Skip to comments.Name Change for Obama Found in British Columbia?
Posted on 06/06/2011 5:25:25 AM PDT by Beckwith
On June 3, Steven Pidgeon gave a terrific interview on Trunews, discussing new and important information contained in his book, The Obama Error. This is worth listening to the entire hour discussion. Some important tidbits:
Pidgeon found at the Consulate in British Columbia, just over the US-Canada border, a record of a name change from Barak Mounir Ubayd to Barack Hussein Obama in 1982.
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This appears to be another indication of Imam ozero’s British citizenship.
I’ve said from the beginning that it made more sense for Ann to go to Canada for the birth (since they lived in Seattle, they’d know the places to go for pregnant teens with charities paying for the birth) than Kenya.
Wonder if this name (Barak Mounir Ubayd) is in the Hawaii birth records?
Bump for Later
But who would be the father with the last name Ubayd?
That’s a new name to me - perhaps another Kenyan?
for later..looks intersting
Barak Mounir Ubayd???
Barak Moaner U Bad???
Sounds like another wild goose chase...
Sure could explain Obamacare’s forcing insurance companies to cover children until they are 26. What if mom not being insured led to her going to a Canadian hospital for his birth—and cost him his legitimate US citizenship?
According to the urban dictionary, “ubayd” means “sexy hermaphrodite”.
It gets scarier by the day to not be entirely sure of the occupant of the White Hut.
Mounir appears to be an Egyptian name.
Oh, and of course Barak is clearly Arabic.
If what I read elsewhere about Pidgeon’s interview was correct, the Ubayds were wealthy Saudis who spent a great deal of time in Canada and Ann Dunham was Zero’s nanny.
What has me confused is that Pidgeon also said he believes Malcolm X was Zero’s father.
A Pookistan name..?
Perhaps 0bambi is related to Ghegnis Khan..?
Brak collects names like some people collect trophies.
Whatever it is it sure isn’t American.
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