Skip to comments.Kapiolani Medical Center Confirms 'African' Never Used On Birth Certificates in 1961 or Now
Posted on 09/14/2011 8:59:18 PM PDT by RobinMasters
We spent a very long (and hot) day talking with many people on the island and filming several scenes with the big check that will be compiled into a video once we get home. There was one conversation, however, that I want to share with you tonight. We spent at least a couple hours at the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children today. I got a call this morning from a reporter with the Honolulu Civil Beat who wanted to interview us, so he met us at the Medical Center. His story should run tomorrow.
After that interview, we went into the records office, and Miki asked to file a form to get her son's birth records. While she was filling out the form, I happened to overhear a woman who was sitting at a desk say something about the race field on a birth certificate she was preparing. I asked her if this was the office that responsible for filling out the birth certificate information for babies born there, and she said that it was.
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Talofa from Samoa
i am a Pcific Islander too, living in Samoa, i am from the BIG ISLAND , Australia...does that count?
>> What nation would that be?
It’s right next to Hispania.
From what city in Spain did your Spanish parent hail? Madrid? Barcelona? From what city in the UK did your Anglo parent hail? London? Liverpool?
Well Australia is the little West Island of New Zealand...
People from Spain are called “Spaniards”. Spanish (or Hispanic) usually denotes people from Latin America.
I think the so-called BC is very fishy for a variety of reasons. Actually, though, this argument by itself isn’t very conclusive. It’s not hard to imagine why someone completing a form in 1961 would have used “African” to distinguish an African father from an American negro father. To many, that would have been an important social distinction.
I would not be surprised if somebody ACTUALLY BORN IN AFRICA like Obama Sr deliberately specified “African” so as to not be confused with American blacks.
Is it just me or does it seem like Joe Biden's public profile is being raised?
Well, I guess that settles it.
One place where ‘African’ could have come from - Shortened form of ‘British East Africa’ since that was the official name of Kenya at the time.
If you knew that you may struggle with what call a native from ‘British East Africa’ - so just ‘African’.
It is unlikely that the HDOH would do that. But someone ‘creating’ a COLB or LFBC image....might.
Probably going to be "or worse" because throwing someone under the bus suggests you come off clean. There's no way anyone can come clean if that piece of paper wasn't real.
I completely agree.
It is another red flag to to see “Kenya, East Africa” in the LFBC image.
I have found no reference anywhere to “Kenya, East Africa”. It is either “British East Africa” or “Kenya”. It seems sloppy at best to combine the two terms since is very unusual. As noted. BHO senior is referenced as a citizen of Kenya in most of the INS documents.
Assuming the LFBC is authentic or just partially authentic, this indicates that Barak Sr. was not present at the birth of his alleged child. Either Stanley Ann or Granny Dunham submitted this information in his absence. If it’s not authentic, then this was filled out by someone who knew even less about Barak Sr. than Stanley Ann or Granny did.
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