Hawaiians Want Independence from US Occupation

Thursday, May 03, 2018

Native Hawaiians come out about the US Occupation that they state they are still under. I have been to Hawaii with family in August 1980, when I was 15, and I felt something was off or felt different, but I didn’t really know anything at that young and naïve age of 15. The people seemed friendly, but something felt off.

And, then, a couple of years ago, while watching different videos on YouTube, former US Marine, Ken O’Keefe, considered his real home in Hawaii because he bonded with the people there, and wanted to help them with everything they went through because of the US Occupation.

In 1893, the US Navy illegally overthrew the Hawaiian Constitutional Monarchy, and many Hawaiians never forgave them, as they continue to hope for their independence.

Zionist Mark Zuckerberg has apparently bought land in Hawaii for his own use. He sued Hawaiians to steal their land, and they want their property back.


What do you think?

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  1. Hawaii became the 50th state on August 21, 1959 after the Hawaiian people voted for statehood in a referendum, approved by 93% of Hawaii’s voters. Mr. Zuckerberg dropped the majority of his lawsuits concerning his 700 acre purchase over a year ago. I know it’s hard for you to accept but in America there is no law restricting Jewish people from purchasing and owning real estate. I think the only countries that made that illegal were Nazi Germany, Mussolini’s Italy and countries that were illegally occupied by them between 1933 and 1945.

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