by Kathleen Gotto
(Apr. 16, 2010) — The pride, applause and open adulation of President-Elect Barack Obama erupted spontaneously throughout Kenya’s November 5, 2008 parliament meeting. It was the day after Obama’s “election” and the points of order were repeatedly sidetracked as various ministers shouted out Obama’s name and gave flowing tributes to their “son of the soil.”
Several ministers who had submitted points of order were absent from the meeting, celebrating the fact that one of their own will now bless the whole world.
“I know that his victory will assist to improve the economic welfare of the people, not only of the USA, but all over the world.” (The Minister for Public Works, Mr. Obure, page 3262 of the Minutes)
There is no mistaking the numerous acknowledgments from Kenya’s parliament ministers on the birth status of Barack Hussein Obama. One rather chilling statement made was when Dr. Khalwale asked the Deputy Speaker on a Point of Order, “Could we allow him to move a Motion for Adjournment so that we could also continue the celebrations of having a Kenyan ruling the USA? (page 3260)
A Kenyan ruling the USA? God help us! However, all the evidence points to just that. And Kenya’s official minutes from November 5, 2008 heap tons of more fuel on the fire of speculation.
But, wait a minute, you say. What about Hawaii? Hasn’t that issue already been settled? Wasn’t there a birth announcement about baby Barack published in the local Honolulu newspaper? And didn’t Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director of the Hawaii Department of Health, publicly declare that Barack Obama was born there and is a natural born citizen? Why would she say that when it is now common knowledge through the indefatigable efforts of some pretty savvy lawyers that only a natural born citizen, the child of two U.S. citizens, is eligible to serve as the U.S. president? Did someone forget to inform Fukino that Obama’s father was a Kenyan? Well, you could almost excuse her not knowing that because Hawaii is so far out there in the Pacific pond that such details as having an African father must not have reached the island. Or if it did, she must have mistaken “African” for “American.” Who knows?
You almost have to pity those who are hiding behind the skirts of Fukino, who insists she has seen Obama’s vital records. And yet, Jill T. Nagamine, Deputy Attorney General of the State of Hawaii, publicly stated that her office will not or cannot corroborate any of the Department of Health’s public statements regarding the alleged birth of Barack Hussein Obama in Hawaii. Well, now, where does that leave Dr. Fukino? The chief law enforcer’s office for the state of Hawaii is leaving her out there on a limb. Does the lack of support for Fukino by Hawaii’s Attorney General stymie those hoards of congressmen, journalists, media, and all sundry groups from relying on Fukino’s unsubstantiated and unsupported statement about Obama’s birth? Of course not. The fools who cling to Fukino’s skirts are desperate and have nowhere else to go. The clumsy web posting of what was purported to be Obama’s Certification of Live Birth (not even a birth certificate with identifying data) has been thoroughly examined by at least two forensic document examiners and debunked.
“O, what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!” Sir Walter Scott could have easily been speaking of the times in which we now find ourselves. But back on November 5, 2008, Kenya’s Parliament ministers had no idea of any deception on the part of their native son, Barack Obama. From the many comments made at that meeting, it appears they truly believed that Obama was the shining beacon on a hill for not just America, but for the whole world. It is easy to see how they could have been carried away by their exuberance and pride. They may have exhibited misplaced hope and expectation for their Kenyan brother, but they could hardly be accused of not knowing the birthplace of Barack Obama. Obama’s close ally, Marxist Raila Odinga, serves as the Prime Minister of Kenya, at least when he is not too busy hunting down Christians to slaughter. Surely he would have set the other ministers right on Obama’s place of birth if it were not in Kenya. There is no evidence he did that.
The preponderance of evidence for a Kenyan birth is mounting. The men and women of Kenya’s Parliament seemingly would possess unimpeachable credentials to be in a position of knowing that Obama was born in Kenya. Then there was also the proclamation made by Kenyan Ambassador to the U.S., Mr. Peter Ogengo, a couple weeks after the November 2008 election.
During the radio program on November 22, 2008 on Detroit’s WRIF 101 FM “Mike in the Morning,” a decision was made to make a phone call to the Kenyan Embassy in Washington, D.C. During the course of the call, Mike and co-host Trudy were connected to the Ambassador’s office. After a short conversation with a secretary of the Ambassador, Peter Ogego [sic] picked up the phone.
Mike’s co-host asked the Ambassador:
“President-elect Obama’s birthplace over in Kenya, is that going to be a national spot to go visit, where he was born?”
Ambassador Ogego [sic] responded:
“It’s, um, already an attraction. His, his, uh, paternal grandmother is still alive…”
Mike’s co-host then interjects:
“But his birthplace, they’ll put up a marker there?”
Ambassador Ogego [sic] responds:
“It depends on the government, it’s already well known.”
Kenyan Ambassador Peter Ogego [sic] had just announced to the whole world on live radio that the President-elect, Barack Hussein Obama, was born in Kenya, his birthplace is already an attraction, and placing a marker is up to the Kenyan government. The location of his birthplace is already well known, intimating the location does not need anything further to distinguish it.
On November 5, 2008, as evidenced from the minutes, the ministers obviously had a misunderstanding of the qualifications for an American president. Several ministers commented how anyone could become an American president. They cannot be blamed for their ignorance, however, because much of America was just as ignorant as the Kenyan ministers were then. At least the Kenyans had an excuse. Their constitution is a fluid document subject to the whims and agenda of those entrusted to write it and rewrite it.
There is something very peculiar that took place during the November 5, 2008 Parliament meeting that needs to be highlighted. On page 3278 of the Minutes, the Vice-President and Minister for Home Affairs, Mr. Musyoka, stated:
At the beginning of this year, Senator Barrack Obama called me at midnight and told me: “Mr. Vice President, could you make sure you sort out this problem?” I want to assure him that the problem has since been sorted out.
(Several hon. Members stood up)
Mr. Deputy Speaker: You are all out of order!
So, sometime in early 2008 Obama calls Mr. Musyoka and asks him to sort out a problem Obama has. Now what kind of help could a Vice President of Ministry of State for Home Affairs provide? Would not “home affairs” deal with birth data? Did Obama request a seal be placed on his birth certificate in Kenya? Whatever Obama’s problem was, Mr. Musyoka apparently took care of it. But why would several members stand up and create a disturbance to the point they were called out of order? Did it stem from what Mr. Musyoka had just said? If so, why? These are questions that beg an answer. There is another question begging an answer: Is Barack Hussein Obama ashamed to call Kenya his birthplace, or just practicing his usual cover-up and deception?
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