July 30, 2022
The Statehood Fraud
We know that largely because we have exposed the lies and theft pertaining to the U.S.’ involvement with Hawaii, the U.S. State of Hawaii has abandoned any outward celebration of what should be its most important holiday — Admissions Day (Statehood Day) — August 19 this year. But there is another reason other than just embarrassment.
It is the fear that celebrating “statehood” will spotlight one of the most flagrant hoaxes against not only Hawaii, but the entire international community. You see, in 1959 when the U.S. conducted the fake Hawaii statehood plebiscite, it did so under the guise of complying to its “sacred obligation” to the United Nations to conduct a referendum by which Hawaiians could determine for themselves their future political status.
In 1946 when the United Nations was formed, the U.S. along with other colonial countries like Britain, France, Portugal, Belgium, the Netherlands…, submitted the names of their colonies or “dependent territories” to be “decolonized”. This meant the colonial powers were under an obligation to the UN to assist and provide the territories they were “administering” the opportunity to eventually choose for themselves whether they want to be an independent country or not.
The UN placed a high priority on decolonization. In 1946 the United Nations started with 51 member countries. Today, there are 193 members. Roughly 100 of them came through utilizing the UN’s decolonization process.
In 1946 the U.S. submitted Alaska, American Samoa, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to the list of “non-self-governing territories” to be decolonized under the UN’s process.
Yes, technically Hawaii was not a “territory” of the United States (neither was Alaska) but no one, except the lone voice, aloha ʻāina kiaʻi, Kamokila Campbell, protested the travesty, and she was summarily ignored.
The U.S. never intended to let go of Hawaii. So, in 1959, to make it appear to be a legitimate decolonization process, the U.S. conducted a fake referendum in Hawaii. Then, the U.S. told the UN that the outcome was, the people of Hawaii had consented to be integrated into the United States to become its 50th state.
Unfortunately, the UN didn’t notice the U.S. had completely manipulated and subverted the decolonization process to capture Hawaii. The UN blindly accepted the United States’ report and deemed the political question of Hawaii was hereby settled: The Hawaiian Islands are an integral part of the U.S.
But it’s not over! Fortunately, after years of work, we are on the brink of exposing what the U.S. did in manipulating the UN to be an accomplice to the “statehood” fraud. Important UN bodies, the Human Rights Council in October of 2021 and the Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination just two days ago, have finally responded favorably to our complaints and are opening the way to examine the UN’s role in enabling the United States’ fraud against Hawaii.
The U.S. and the State of Hawaii has been downplaying the celebration of statehood for good reason… Hawaii is a Fake State! And the whole world is about to find out.
[The same goes for Alaska. It too is a fake state for the same reasons. Mahalo nui to the native people of Alaska for their long-time partnership in pursuing this issue at the UN.]
Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono. The sovereignty (life) of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.
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