HIDDEN HISTORY: Hawaii Stolen for Benefit of Wealthy American Plantation Owners and Military Interests

Hawaii’s government was overthrown on Jan. 17, 1893, by a relatively small group of men, most of them American by birth or heritage, who seized control of the Islands with the backing of American troops sent ashore from a warship in Honolulu Harbor.

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Source – whatreallyhappened.com

– It is easy to find the courage necessary to support a moral position if that position benefits oneself. True moral courage, however, is proven when one chooses to support that which is morally and ethically right even when such a position is to one’s one detriment.

The people of the United States find themselves in such a position right now, forced to choose between a moral and ethical position that carries with it the potential for “inconvenience”, or supporting the status quo and having to admit to themselves that they are not the champions of justice they imagine themselves to be. By the end of this article, you will know for yourself which one you are.

Most folks have heard that Hawaii is a state, one of the United States of America. Most people, including those who live in Hawaii, accept that statement as a fact.

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2 thoughts on “HIDDEN HISTORY: Hawaii Stolen for Benefit of Wealthy American Plantation Owners and Military Interests

  1. Thanks Stu,

    yet we both know that today every country is a plantation and we are all debt slaves to the kings, merchants, priesthoods and secret societies that waxed rich during the infamous “age of discovery”;

    Its time for a lawful rebellion; a slave revolt; in peace, of course;

  2. Thanks for your comment, UZA. I’ve always believed the most successful way for wage slaves to revolt is to organize and peacefully withdraw their labor – in other words to strike.

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