While this concept of “unity” sounds nice, itʻs not necessary or realistic to reclaim a nation.
After all, how “unified” is the United States?
In America’s “two-party system,” aren’t those two parties diametrically opposed over nearly every issue?
And what about the subdivisions of the many factions? Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Conservative Democrats, Liberal Democrats, Conservative Republicans, Liberal Republicans, Independents, Socialists, etc.
If unification is the ideal criteria, shouldn’t all these American factions be in “unity” or in “agreement” before the US makes any important decision or takes any action or conducts its operations?
Have you ever watched the US congress or the British parliament in session? Do they exemplify unity?
If you really think about it, democracy is the opposite of unity, while only dictatorships demand unity.
So why should Hawai`i have to conform to a standard that no other nation, not even the US, is required to uphold?
A Free Hawai`i is the unifying cause. The various factions are already united in what matters most — the burning desire to see Hawai`i restored as an independent, sovereign nation.