September 5, 2019 in Columnists, News by RBN Staff


By Je Suis Spike


Donald Trump, who sees America as his first concern, which includes American independence, is conducting himself like American Royalty it may be argued, and the powers that-are-and-have-been want to depose him because, unlike President Trump, they do not put America first.

We’ve seen royalty deposed in America before.

Maybe you’ve forgotten your history?

Well let me refresh your memory.

Queen Lydia Lili’uokalani was Hawaii’s last queen, ruling from January 29, 1891, to January 17, 1893, shortly before Hawaii became part of the US. During her abbreviated reign, Lili’uokalani defended her people, and the independence of the Hawaiian nation.

Like Queen Lili’uokalani, Donald Trump went to the best schools. They have other things in common, including their love for their people, hers the Hawaiians of her day and his, the American. Well before Lili’uokalani became queen, she saw plantations in her nation owned by foreigners growing quickly, and she was fearful that the power these foreign landowners were gaining was a threat to Hawaiian culture and society.

Sound familiar? She sounds all the nativist that President Trump is accused of being.   (Perhaps she was also a white nationalist or white supremacist or “whomever is the object of liberal hate du jour.”)

Donald Trump echoes these very real concerns- foreigners owning America and gaining power over the people with whom he shares a nation, a culture and borders- as he seeks to curtail foreigners from gaining any more power in America, even attempting to trim some of their power back.

“By the time Lili’uokalani became queen, the foreigners’ hold over Hawaii was very strong. She believed that the Hawaiian people should rule their own land without interference from outsiders, whom we would today call “internationalists.” She tried to institute a new constitution restoring power to native Hawaiians. She was unable to complete her task.

Though we do not need a new Constitution, in the same way as during the queen’s reign, when Donald Trump won the Presidency, the influence of foreigners in America was very strong with foreign lobbyists and foreign governments even buying a huge interest in America’s uranium reserves, strengthening the Russians, while enriching the Clintons.

President Trump, with no real help from a Congress that was, in name, controlled by his party, THE COWARDS CALLED THE REPUBLICANS, did what he could, mostly by removing burdensome regulation and helping others, such as immigration enforcement personnel, to do their jobs.   Of course, like we will learn how the queen’s legitimate efforts were met with questionable resistance, so has Donald Trump been hindered by the swamprats and other haters of others’ liberties. Yes, many hate your liberty; many Americans hate the liberty that other Americans hold dear, they clamor for government to enforce their own hate-filled, socialist desires on the people, while denying the rights and liberties of other Americans.

This is most un-American!

Back to the queen of Hawaii and the foreigners who sought to control her land, a land that she and her people loved dearly.

In January 1893, armed U.S. Marines* [honorable men often used as tools for the corrupt powers-that-be] landed in Honolulu and marched to the queen’s palace. Queen Lili’uokalani gave up her throne the following day. The Hawaiian people tried to revolt while the queen was charged with treason and held inside her palace for months. Her campaign to remain independent was unsuccessful.

Will President Trump be more successful in wresting from powerful interests, our land, our America? We will see.

But know this, he cannot do it alone. Are you prepared to take your land and your liberties back from those who work tirelessly to steal it from you?

As was asked of Elliot Ness by Jim Malone in movie The Untouchables, “What are you prepared to do?

Thank you for reading this,

Je suis Spike

I served in all commissioned ranks from second lieutenant to Major General. And during that period I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer for capitalism. I suspected I was just part of the racket all the time. Now I am sure of it.”