U.S. Sells 41.3% of Hawaii and Virgin Islands to Canada for $3.4B!
Is Alaska Next?
Canada’s multi-year efforts to buy the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean as a sunny and warm winter vacation destination for it citizens have been abandoned with the announcement today of the agreement to purchase 41.3% of the Hawaiian Islands and 100% of the U.S. Virgin Islands from the cash-strapped United States. The details of the sale follow. Words: 669
So reports Sympatico.ca in a story* leaked earlier today which Lorimer Wilson, editor of www.munKNEE.com, has further edited ([ ]), abridged (…) and reformatted below for the sake of clarity and brevity to ensure a fast and easy read. (Please note that this paragraph must be included in any article re-posting to avoid copyright infringement.)
Sympatico goes on to say that the sale of portions of Hawaii and its Virgin Islands is only the first of several other major real estate distress sales the U.S. intends to conclude by the end of 2011 as a means of offsetting its projected mind-boggling record current account deficit of in excess of $1.6 Trillion.
Terms of the deal were not fully disclosed but those familiar with negotiations put the final price at around $3.3B USD for the Hawaii Purchase and $0.1B USD for the Virgins Purchase. With Canada currently in election mode it is thought that this “gift” to its winter-weary citizens by its current Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, will assure his Conservative Party a majority victory and result in the Hawaii Purchase islands being renamed ” The Harper Islands”. The U.S. Virgin Islands are to be renamed “The Canadian Virgins”.
It is rumoured that the United Kingdom, also in desperate financial shape, is in current negotiations to sell all of its 60 British Virgin Islands possessions (153,000 square miles) to Canada for approximately $125,000,000CDN ($816,993/sq. mi.). Such a purchase would be consolidated into the Virgins Purchase.
The Hawaiian Purchase will exclude the 8 main islands of the state, i.e. Hawaii, Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai and Niihau, leaving 4,512 square miles or 41.3% that are being sold at a price of $731,383/sq. mi.
The Virgins Purchase will include all 133.7 square miles of territory that was originally purchased from Denmark back in 1917. Its selling price works out to $747,943/sq. mi.
For those who are interested:
a) the Louisiana Purchase in April 1803 from France consisted of the purchase of 828,000 sq. mi. of the area from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and from the Gulf of Mexico to British North America (now western Canada). It comprised of approximately 23% of the country’s present land mass which include what are now 14 states in whole or in part (plus small portions of land that would eventually become part of the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan). The purchase price was $15,000,000US or $18.12/sq. mi.
b) the Alaska Purchase on March 30, 1867 (some say the purchase was back-dated from April 1, 1867 so it would not be thought of as a cruel joke on the American people) from Russia consisted of 586,412 square miles at a price of $7,200,000US or $12.28/sq. mi.
John Canuck, Canada’s chief Island Procurement Officer was excited to have two contracts signed, sealed and delivered. “This is a huge deal for us. Now that we have our own tropical locales we expect fewer Canadians will vacation in Florida or Arizona which should help with Canada’s balance of payments and further bolster the value of the Canadian dollar beyond parity with the USD.”
Canuck would not comment on future such purchases (Alaska is rumoured to be the next state that the U.S. would like to unload in its entirety) stating that such unbelievable good fortune would likely not be announced until April 1st 2012.
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The U.S. Premeditated the criminal assumption of a neutral, non-violent nation named Ko Hawaii Pae Aina/Hawaiian Kingdom on January 8, 1893 as posted in the NEW YORK TIMES article PEARL HARBOR COALING STATION http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=F00617FD345B1A738... Congress basically gave a standing order to take over....
Pearl Harbor is part of the Halawa Ahupuaa which had owners living then and the descendants existing today.
More than 20 years of research shows the Piracy(ies) of assuming the Hawaiian Islands by the U.S., England, the Morgan bankers (Int'l bankers too). PIRATES of the World have been uncovered, and have been bankrupt since the American Civil War! also see John Nelson's (legal researcher) article at http://myweb.ecomplanet.com/GORA8037 There are many problematic issues including the issues of "duress" for our Queen, subjects, conspirators supported by the U.S., England, bankers who owe the Hawaiian Kingdom, Royal families, subjects/Hawaiian Nationals $500 Trillion in gold coins retroactive to 1893 for rents and leases....Much evidence found....such as President Cleveland documented as giving Hawaii back to Queen Liliuokalani in approx. 1895+, Two Agreements made between the President and our Queen, Oppositions to Annexation documents uncovered in the Maryland Archives by Hawaiian researcher, etc. See www.theiolani.blogspot.com news on the web for more evidence.
The claims to Pearl Harbor by the U.S. is a FRAUD, based on a FRAUD Deed which was entered in a condemnation case......King Kalakaua provided a FRAUD Deed in the Reciprocity Treaty, etc.........much more that the World needs to know......know the Facts about who the REAL TERRORISTS are! aloha. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGKx2LNbF5M
Now, the following articles were found on the web:
Canada buys half of Hawaii
Canada has just closed a deal to purchase half of the Hawaiian Islands.
The deal is touted as a groundbreaking new way for the US to generate money in order to bounce back from the tough economic times it has seen in the past couple years. Terms of the deal were not fully disclosed, but those familiar with the negotiations put the final price at around $2.3B USD. The purchased land is rumoured to carry the name "Harper Islands"
Talks are currently underway to determine where exactly the border would dissect the islands. Once those details are worked out, each country will build their own immigration and customs offices in order to make travelling through the islands as painful as possible.
John Hennechuk, Canada's chief Island Procurement Officer was excited to have the contract finally signed.
"This is a huge deal for us, and now that we have our own tropical locale, we'll need to shoot new tourism videos and ensure Europeans that our side of Hawaii is American-free."
The deal has left some Americans stunned, while others welcome the sale as a new way to generate income.
"I can't believe it. I live on the land that was sold to the Canadians, does that mean I'm a Canadian now?" asked one local business owner.
"I don't even like Hawaii, it's full of volcanoes and surfers," commented one New Yorker.
With most of the details still uncertain, one very important and dangerous bit of information has recently leaked to the media.
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