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Is Hawaii a State or is it the Kingdom of Hawaii and sovereign?

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August 29, 2015 2:30PM

Hawaii is a State. The United States has no kingdoms.

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April 21, 2010 1:26PM

Hawaii is part of the United States of America. It became the

50th state in 1959.

Hawaii's history is very complicated to comprehend and the years

of propaganda doesn't help. There have been 4 instances where the

U.S. has acknowledged this. 1) The Blount Investigation: Where

Pres. Cleveland sent James H. Blount to investigate the 1893

overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom. 2) 1988 Legal Opinion entitled

"Legal Issues Raised by the Proposed Presidential; Proclamation

to Extend the Territorial Sea"

3) 1996 legal opinion entitled Validity of

Congressional-Executive Agreements that Substantially Modify the

United States' Obligations Under an Existing Treaty"

4) 1993's Apology Bill signed by President Clinton Everyone is

made to believe that Hawaii became a part of the U.S., but no one

wants to say how that happened. Hawaii was annxed back in 1898

during the Spanish-American War via the Newlands Resolution. But

anyone who knows the U.S. Constitution would remember that in

Article I, Sec. 8 it states what the House is allowed to do, and

how their power is limited to the United States.

Article II, Sec. 2 states that only the President shall

have the power to make treaties. How can it be possible then, that

a Resolution that came out of the House (created by Congressman

Francis Newlands) be a treaty of annexation, something that only

the President can make?

In both the 1988 and 1996 Legal Opinion I mentioned above they

quesiton how that was possible, yet they had no valid reason why or

how. Then the fact that they tried to have a voting back in 1959 to

have Hawaii become a state. That too was another thing gone wrong.

And the illegalities continue.

The 50th US State.


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