Hawaii, the stolen paradise
The US claim of Hawaii being “lawfully annexed as the 50th State” is not true, the blog piece insists.
In the blog piece “Hawaii The Stolen Paradise” from the WordPress site https://hawaiithestolenparadise.wordpress.com/ , it is explained that “Hawaii was a recognised independent nation prior to January 17, 1893.” That day, Hawaii’s indigenous government “was illegally overthrown by the United States” and since then, the US “has illegally assumed control over Hawaii,” turning entire chunks of its islands into military bases that project US power to much of Asia-Pacific.
The blog piece insists that the US claim of Hawaii being “lawfully annexed as the 50th State” is not true. In fact, it said, the US government signed a Joint Resolution of the Congress in 1993 that “acknowledges that the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii occurred with the active participation of agents and citizens of the United States and further acknowledges that the Native Hawaiian people never directly relinquished to the United States their claims to their inherent sovereignty as a people over their national lands, either through the Kingdom of Hawaii or through a plebiscite or referendum.”
In 1999, the blog says, “the Hawaiians reinstated a government pro tempore and continue to implement steps to reinstate laws of the Hawaiian government to reclaim their sovereign independent status from the United States.”
The documentary , a Venispa Production in association with Imafilm tells that story. It is a 52-minute video that follows Hawaiian activist Ken O’Keefe, as he travels back to Hawaii to help in the effort to expose its history’s dark little secret and to reclaim it from the US Government.
You can watch it on the Youtube channel “Reel Truth History Documentaries”. #