Birth Certificate – very interesting
Curiouser and curiouser….(I think it should be ‘More Curious’…Jim)
It was brought to light that back in 1961 people of color were called
‘Negroes.’ So how can this ‘birth certificate’ state he is
‘African-American’ when the term wasn’t even used back then?? This isn’t
This is interesting!
Here is a comment from a reader to George Ure at UrbanSurvival.com:
"As you all know, Donald Trump made a big deal about Obama’s birth
I will tell you right now that I had never given this "birther" issue
any credit. I watched the hype and the crazies come out. I completely
dismissed the entire ordeal altogether. In fact, it was not until the White House released the birth certificate that it had gained my attention. I am the studious sort of guy, and I have plenty of time on my hands. So, I took a close look at this
While I would have thought that this issue would have been closed for
good (and, got the crazies to crawl back into their holes), I found two
extremely strange inconsistencies that merit some attention.
First of all, the birth certificate that the White House released lists
Obama’s birth as August 4, 1961. It also lists Barack Hussein Obama as
his father. No big deal, right? At the time of Obama’s birth, it also
shows that his father is aged 25 years old, and that Obama’s father was
born in "Kenya, East Africa". This wouldn’t seem like anything of concern, except the fact that Kenya did not even exist until 1963, two whole years after Obama’s birth, and 27 years after his father’s birth. How could Obama’s father have been born in a country that did not yet exist? Up and until Kenya was formed in 1963, it was known as the "British East Africa Protectorate". But, this is not the only thing that I found that just does not jive.
The other item that I looked into was the hospital that Obama was born
in. On the birth certificate released by the White House, the listed
place of birth is "Kapi’olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital".
This cannot be, because the hospital(s) in question in 1961 were called
"KauiKeolani Children’s Hospital" and "Kapi’olani Maternity Home",
The name did not change to Kapi’olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital
until 1978, when these two hospitals merged. How can this particular
name of the hospital be on a birth certificate dated 1961 if this name
had not yet been applied to it until 1978?
Go ahead, look it up. I am not talking crazy talk, these are the facts.
Like I said, I thought that this was a non-issue until the actual
certificate was released. Now that it has been released, of course I had
to look into it. I have found these issues, now I know that something is
up. If you doubt me, just look at the following resources:
Sure as hell, the hospital part is true, as you can read about the 1978
Post-colonial history (from Wikipedia)
The first direct elections for Africans to the Legislative Council took
place in 1957.
Despite British hopes of handing power to "moderate" African rivals, it
was the Kenya African National Union (KANU) of Jomo Kenyatta that formed
a government shortly before Kenya became independent on 12 December
1963, on the same day forming the first Constitution of Kenya.