July 4 is a Date which many in the Kingdom of Hawai’i will NOT celebrate… Disappeared News 7-3-16… “History that should not – and will not – disappear: July 4, 1894, illegal overthrow of Hawaii completed”

hawaiian_kingdom_shield_40This is not a day for celebration for many who know that they live in the Kingdom of Hawai’i. I personally do not feel like mindlessly and unconsciously celebrating an “Independence Day” for a country (which, of course, has really operated as a corporation the past hundred-fifty years) which essentially tried to steal the Kingdom of Hawai’i.

“Tried to” is the key phrase here.

Anyone who reads this blog (at least the Kingdom of Hawai’i Series) very likely understands that the entire process, from the taking of the Queen, to calling in the Marines, to then forming a so-called “Provisional Government”, to then forming a so-called “Republic of Hawaii”, to then forming a so-called “Territory of Hawaii”, to then having a plebiscite for statehood, leading to a so-called “State of Hawaii”, was illegal, both according to US law and international law. And yes, it was planned. And yes, it was a conspiracy.

That is undeniable. If anyone questions that, I suggest trying to find a copy of the Treaty of Annexation of the Kingdom of Hawai’i (not the “Republic of Hawaii) by the United States. Have fun with that one. I’d also suggest watching the Pinky Show video. And/or take a listen to Buzzy Agard (Kp posts 1, 2).

I’m also not one to promote viewing July 4 as what the author describes as “a holiday that tears people apart here in Hawaii”. I feel the crying and “tearing apart” is being set aside, and moved beyond. As seen with Mauna Kea last year, many of the people of Hawai’i, who know they are living in the Kingdom of Hawai’i, are standing up for and reclaiming their Kingdom.

This will not go away. The movement towards re-recognizing (returning, restoring) the Kingdom will continue no matter how many politicians, ex-governors, “American patriots”, journalists, try to minimize it, or say, “Just get over it; Hawaii is a State and that’s that. We’re sick of hearing your sovereignty BS.” The movement is powerful. And it will not end until the Kingdom of Hawai’i is recognized once again as an independent nation of the world.

“On July 4, 1894, the Republic of Hawaii was declared, with Sanford B. Dole as president. The illegal overthrow of the independent nation of Hawaii was complete. Yes, although your daily paper may want you to forget this, it is history that should not be ignored.

A treaty of annexation was never passed by Congress, and President Grover Cleveland withdrew the treaty. Then on this day in history… On July 4, 1894, the archipelago’s new leaders responded to this rebuff by proclaiming a Republic of Hawaii, with Sanford Dole as president. Under its constitution, most legislators would be appointed rather than elected, and only men with savings and property would be eligible for public office.

“As Stephen Kinzer tells the story in Overthrow, America’s century of regime changing began not in Iraq but Hawaii. Hawaii? Indeed. Kinzer explains that Hawaii’s white haole minority — in cahoots with the U.S. Navy, the White House and Washington’s local representative — conspired to remove Queen Liliuokalani from her throne in 1893 as a step toward annexing the islands.

“The declaration of the Republic was not a single, static event. There was considerable debate in Congress on resolutions condemning the overthrow and proposed annexation… If you’re not familiar with Hawaiian history, beware of websites that work hard to re-write it. The true picture of the overthrow is not pretty, nor can the acts of the US government be justified or whitewashed.”

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History that should not—and will not—disappear: July 4, 1894, illegal overthrow of Hawaii completed (by Larry Geller)
[Kp note: click any of the images below to enlarge them.]

“President Cleveland further concluded that a “substantial wrong has thus been done which a due regard for our national character as well as the rights of the injured people requires we should endeavor to repair” and called for the restoration of the Hawaiian monarchy.”

Cannon on the steps of the occupied Iolani Palace

On July 4, 1894, the Republic of Hawaii was declared, with Sanford B. Dole as president. The illegal overthrow of the independent nation of Hawaii was complete.

Yes, although your daily paper may want you to forget this, it is history that should not be ignored. There’s even a federal law confirming the truth of the history they refuse to print.

From the Apology Resolution, United States Public Law 103-150:

Whereas, in a message to Congress on December 18, 1893, President Grover Cleveland reported fully and accurately on the illegal acts of the conspirators, described such acts as an “act of war, committed with the participation of a diplomatic representative of the United States and without authority of Congress”, and acknowledged that by such acts the government of a peaceful and friendly people was overthrown… President Cleveland further concluded that a “substantial wrong has thus been done which a due regard for our national character as well as the rights of the injured people requires we should endeavor to repair” and called for the restoration of the Hawaiian monarchy.

Whereas, the indigenous Hawaiian people never directly relinquished their claims to their inherent sovereignty as a people or over their national lands to the United States, either through their monarchy or through a plebiscite or referendum.

A treaty of annexation was never passed by Congress, and President Grover Cleveland withdrew the treaty. Then on this day in history…

On July 4, 1894, the archipelago’s new leaders responded to this rebuff by proclaiming a Republic of Hawaii, with Sanford Dole as president. Under its constitution, most legislators would be appointed rather than elected, and only men with savings and property would be eligible for public office. This all but excluded native Hawaiians from the government of their land… [From Overthrow, a book by Stephen Kinzer]

What was the motivation? Need you ask? Why is the US in Iraq?From the Washington Post review of Overthrow:

As Stephen Kinzer tells the story in Overthrow, America’s century of regime changing began not in Iraq but Hawaii. Hawaii? Indeed. Kinzer explains that Hawaii’s white haole minority — in cahoots with the U.S. Navy, the White House and Washington’s local representative — conspired to remove Queen Liliuokalani from her throne in 1893 as a step toward annexing the islands. The haole plantation owners believed that by removing the queen (who planned to expand the rights of Hawaii’s native majority) and making Hawaii part of the United States, they could get in on a lucrative but protected mainland sugar market. Ever wonder why free trade has such a bad name?

The road leading up to the declaration of the Republic of Hawaii was rocky, and can’t be summed up in a short blog article. Did you know, for example, that a US Senate investigation revealed that a bribe had been offered to Queen Liliuokalani to turn against her people and support the Republic? This snip is from a New York Times article on the Senate investigation, dated 1/29/1894:

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The declaration of the Republic was not a single, static event. There was considerable debate in Congress on resolutions condemning the overthrow and proposed annexation. For example, this snip from the 1/25/1894 New York Times will give you an idea of the complexity that we lose in simplifying Hawaii’s history:

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Each article is much longer than the snips above. It would be worthwhile to skim the New York Times for a complete account of the Congressional debate. No doubt this has already been done. If not, the articles are available on-line for the harvesting..

If you’re not familiar with Hawaiian history, beware of websites that work hard to re-write it. The true picture of the overthrow is not pretty, nor can the acts of the US government be justified or whitewashed. Google cautiously.

Let your children know that there is more to July 4 than barbeques and fireworks. It is a holiday that tears people apart here in Hawaii. See how you can work this history into your celebrations and festivities, so that it will never disappear.

About Kauilapele

I am a Spirit of Light working with energies on this planet on the Big Island of Hawai'i (for 15 years). My spiritual missions have taken me from the Big Island of Hawai'i to neighbor islands (Oahu, Kauai), as well as to Turtle Island (N. America), Peru (Cusco), Bolivia (Lake Titicaca), and Egypt (Gizeh, Saqqara, the Pyramids) (see my YouTube page).
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