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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LOL, and “Shifty Camel Trader”
“But who would be the father with the last name Ubayd?”
Ooops, he said the Ubayds were Egyptian, not Saudi. My mistake.
Obama’s true in is.... Satan.
The American Consulate in BC is in Vancouver, just 200 road miles from Seattle - the closest one to Seattle. Ann Dunham, smart woman that she was, would know this.
A least it is better than the fake BC 0bama is trying to peddle.
This is well worth the 56 minutes to view it all.
Yes. His family swears Ann was in Kenya for the birth but you know how all these white women look alike.
There is just too much BS going on with BO. The media should be held criminally accountable for letting him get as far as he did without exposing who he really is. I will bet you there are dozens who DO have all the info on him.
Thanks for the link.
Very interesting audio interview.
Ybatd...muslim for “one who serves”
Well no kidding...this asshat has been serving turds on a plate since he came on the scene
bookmark for later
Ping for later
“the Ubayds were wealthy Saudis”
Didn’t Obama get his college money from some “wealthy Saudis”?
It was a good interview.... and I was getting caught into the thoroughness of him when out of the blue he says that Malcolm X is Obama’s true father.
I turned it off at that point.
Is there any proof, one shread of evidence the Malcolm X and Stanley crossed paths at all?
I mean, everything else now that this guy has to say is rabish.
Nor is Obama guess all is even.
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