Is Hawaii a legal state of the United States ? Megeso Kou


On February 23rd, 2016, the following conversations took place on KKCR radio, with Kauai Chief Prosecutor Justin Kollar. The discussion was in regards to the Prosecutor seeing, and providing, irrefutable proof that Hawaii is a legal state of the United States. During this discussion, the Chief Prosecutor says that he is “COMFORTABLE” with what he has seen that Hawaii is a legal state of the United States. The question is, ‘Did he see the actual Treaty’? If so, then producing a copy in court would be easy and legally satisfy those who pursue this truth. As of now, people are being prosecuted and oppressed on an assumption that the United States has jurisdiction in Hawaii. The truth must be told and proven, or was Hawaii illegally annexed? Where’s the treaty? Also, in the court of law, the Chief Prosecutor is well aware that one must be found guilty of something “BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT”. Does “BEING COMFORTABLE”, regarding what he has seen as proof, even though he has not shared this proof with those of us being denied our human rights, and our inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. In the process of getting to the truth, individuals are being oppressed, harassed, assaulted, arrested and prosecuted, against their will, especially when no bodily harm has been committed. I ask again, “Does BEING COMFORTABLE seeing something, that is not the actual treaty, qualify as “BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT. I don’t know about you, but I have a lot of doubt when one cannot produce a document that is supposedly a part of history, one way or the other. Seems like abuse of power. I choose to live, and co-create, in a world of peaceful nations. Stop the insanity of world war and separation and evolve into a world of peace and unity, where abundance is for all.

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