“Oh, honest Americans, as Christians hear me for my downtrodden people! Their form of government is as dear to them as yours is as precious to you. Quite warmly as you love your country, so they love theirs. With all your goodly possessions, covering a territory so immense that there yet remain parts unexplored, possessing islands that, although new at hand, had to be neutral ground in time of war, do not covet the little vineyard of Naboth’s, so far from your shores, lest the punishment of Ahab fall upon you, if not in your day, in that of your children, for “be not deceived, God is not mocked.” The people to whom your fathers told of the living God, and taught to call “Father,” and now whom the sons now seek to despoil and destroy, are crying aloud to Him in their time of trouble; and He will keep His promise, and will listen to the voices of His Hawaiian children lamenting for their homes.”
– Lili`uokalani, Last Queen of Hawai`i
I’ve said many times that Hawai’i is one of the “states” of the Union that has a better-than-average chance of seceding from the Union.
Have you ever heard the story…the REAL story…of how the United States absorbed Hawai’i? I promise that you have not heard this story if you have been educated in any American public school since 1959.
The US Federal government stole Hawai’i in 1959. Hawai’i had been an American colony since 1893 when the US military and American fruitgrowers overthrew the Hawai’ian monarchy and occupied the country. The DC criminals simply made it official in 1959. In 1993, President Bill Clinton signed Public Law 103-150, the “Apology Resolution,” which formally apologized for the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1893, and recognized the unrelinquished inherent sovereignty and right of self-determination of the Native Hawaiian people.
The DC criminals may have apologized, but they didn’t give anything back.
Watch this short presentation on Hawai’ian history:
Visit the Hawai’i independence website at: http://FreeHawaii.info
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