Mark Hitlerberg invades Hawaii, steals land with his army of lawyers and builds a privacy wall round his new kingdom with money he made selling your privacy.

Strange how he’s decided to buy a property all the way out there in the middle of the pacific ocean away from all the plebs safe and secure behind a massive wall and advanced security. It’ll be the perfect place to preach his “stronger together” message and tolerance towards mass immigration and it’s “benefits” for the native populations.


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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg used a complicated legal framework in Hawaii called “quiet title” to sue ancestral land owners and force them to sell their lands. It was all to secure his private getaway on Kauai. After Native Hawaiians protested, using his own platform, he dropped the suits. But the damage is done, as AJ+’s Dena Takruri explored in this battle of land rights in paradise.




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