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Protestors at anti-RimPac war games in Hawaii
Yesterday, despite the forecast of heavy rains from Tropical Storm Wali boring down on Hawaii island, 15 spirited citizen-activists braved the morning downpours to hold a lively public protest of the U.S.-led Rim Pac military exercises, at the Hilo(ITO) airport. Large colorful signs, posters and banners on both sides of Hwy 11 greeted residents and visitors alike, in a highly visible show to educate the Public that the USA military is an illegal occupying force--ever since Uncle Sam's armed Marines supported "regime change" in 1893 and deposed a democratically-elected government in these Hawaiian islands...

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