In the time since this “President” has taken office and isolated the United States from the entire rest of the world by destroying the United States’ relationships with its allies, the UN has spoken out that Hawaii is still considered militarily occupied by the United States.
The United States (just like Rome did) has amassed a military it can longer afford to realistically maintain. The United States may have distanced itself politically from other nations, but it still wants to rule the world with its military.
Below is a video that shows some of the sentiment coming out of today’s Hawaii. Protecting Mauna Kea from development is only a small part of what appears to be going on in Hawaii. There literally has been a shift in consciousness about the United States’ role in Hawaii. It has now become common knowledge in Hawaii that the United States illegally annexed Hawaii violating international law. It is also now common knowledge in Hawaii that Queen Lili’uokalani never surrendered the Kingdom of Hawaii’s sovereignty, she did however “yield” it until the monarchy was restored. What appears to be happening is the decision by her people to now “unyield” their rights.
While the “President” has been creating corruption like never seen before in the USA and causing political instability, Hawaii has been slowly rising. As traditional American values have gone out the window and replaced with enormous amounts of racism, hate, and greed, Hawaii has slowly been rising.
Even the potential loss of Hawaii as a colony for the United States signifies how much power the United States has lost on the world stage. Typically, other historical empires have only lost colonies as they have entered the final decline stage of their existence. It appears the cat is now out of the bag and will most likely refuse to ever go back in.
Chris Madsen is a writer and activist based in the great state of Hawaii. He frequently writes from the unique perspective of his Pacific home. His opinions are his own.
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