Suppressed history is revealed for all to witness the accounts as they happened which confirms the U.S. belligerent occupation of the Kingdom of Hawaii that is still in effect under the international law of occupation and which is cintinuously being violated by the United States of America. It’s disingenuous to maintain the belief that Hawaii is part of the U.S.A. and native Polynesian Hawaiians are indigenous to the crimina, rogue country that terrorizes the world with ongoing war crimes. It is only logical that the U.S.A. must de-occupy the Kingdom of Hawai’i and restore its recognized total independence that it has achieved since 1843.
Queen Liliuokalani to the President.
(Received February 3, 1893.)
His Excellency BENJAMIN HARRISON,
President of the United States:
MY GREAT AND GOOD FRIEND: It is with deep regret that I address you on this occasion. Some of my subjects, aided by aliens, have renounced their loyalty and revolted against the
constitutional government of my Kingdom. They have attempted to depose
me and to establish a provisional government, in direct conflict with
the organic law of this Kingdom. Upon receiving incontestable proof that
his excellency the minister plenipotentiary of the United States, aided
and abetted their unlawful movements and caused United States troops to
be landed for that purpose, I submitted to force, believing that he
would not have acted in that manner unless by the authority of the
Government which he represents.
This action on my part was prompted by three reasons: The futility of a conflict with the United States; the desire to avoid violence, bloodshed, and the destruction of life and property,
and the certainty which I feel that you and your Government will right
whatever wrongs may have been inflicted upon us in the premises.
In due time a statement of the true facts relating this matter will be
laid before you, and I live in the hope that you will judge uprightly
and justly between myself and my enemies.
This appeal is not made for myself personally, but for my people who have hitherto always enjoyed the friendship and protection of the United States.
My opponents have taken the only vessel which could be obtained here for
the purpose, and hearing of their intention to send a delegation of
their number to present their side of this conflict before you, I
requested the favor of sending by the same vessel an envoy to you, to
lay before you my statement, as the facts appear to myself and my loyal
This request has been refused and I now ask you that in justice to
myself and to my people that no steps be taken by the Government of the
United States until my cause can be heard by you.
I shall be able to dispatch an envoy about the 2d day of February as that will be the first available opportunity hence, and he will reach you with every possible haste that there may be no
delay in the settlement of this matter.
I pray you, therefore, my good friend, that you will not allow any conclusions to be reached by you until my envoy arrives. I beg to assure you of the continuance of my highest consideration.
HONOLULU, January 18,1893.