Skip to comments.Could this be Obama's Kenyan birthcertificate? (someone is smoking catnip)
Posted on 07/28/2009 9:23:04 AM PDT by DoctorJimbo27
I wasn't sure if i wanted to post this, but here goes. I've been holding onto this for a bit now, cause if it's real I don't know if I could get in trouble.
I voted for McCain last year (by default, I wanted huckabee) because I knew Nobama would be a disaster, but i wasn't sold on the citizenship thing. on a whim, I asked a firend in the UK to see if she could find any old records from back when Kenya was a british colony. Well a few days later she emailed me this.
it looks real to me, but I'm not sure. And I havent been able to get a hold of my friend since she sent it to me. If this is legitimate, should i be worried?
Here's the link, I don't have a website to upload it to. http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=281blzk&s=3
The text in the background is Dutch and says something like “this is a non-negotiable document”. It must be a check or a stock certificate. (Dutch is not the official language of England or Kenya).
You should most definitely take this to the API (African Press International) I am sure they will pay you big bucks for it!!!
LOL...go back to the DailyKOS...
Says you! (LOL)
Oh that Rahm. What a rascal!
What black-lined page borders?
Do you mean the boxes in which the handwritten information is?
How did they print crossword puzzles in 1961?
Wellllll -— it COULD be that the government agency bought forms, or the stock for the forms, from the low bidder, in this case a Dutch company. Not bloody likely, though. Just possible.
The doctor’s name looks like Sulu Kimshi.
The background appears to contain Afrikaans/Dutch language words.
I was under the impression he was not born with the name he goes by today. Wasn’t his name Barry?
Oh, what a tangled web they weaved....
No, but this is...
Only one is a signature. The other is the printed name.
I read the Doctor's name as Kim. Under attending physician it looks like DM after the Dr.'s name. It's hard to read the first name.
Of course it could be. You just have to take the time to properly research this sort of thing. Like the time I clicked through on one of those “truth about colon cleansing” advertisements. Man, did I ever learn a lot! Did you ever try that? I mean, the kind of stuff that works its way up there I guess while you’re asleep or something (man, I gotta wash the sheets more often) like tapeworms and the kind of stuff that you usually only see on late-night sci-fi movies bursting out of somebody’s stomach, which I sure wouldn’t want to happen to me because then I really would have to wash the sheets. But you can get rid of it, see? And you don’t have to pay some 400-lb nurse named Agnes to stick a 9-foot tube up yer butt, either. It’s all natural! I’d be happy to tell you all about it but Jim Thompson doesn’t like product advertisements in his threads, so if you’d just post your credit card number, expiration date, and that funny little security number on the back you could have this stuff in your mailbox by next Tuesday. If the package is leaking a little, it’s OK. Oh, if you put “CONFIDENTIAL” on your FR posting nobody else will be able to see it.
It's Dutch. I can make out the words,
"This is not a valid government document. It's political commentary."
Why you fishing for whale in a bass lake?
It may be that the background words are Afrikaans, not Dutch. Any experts out there to make this determination?
If it is Afrikaans, it might just be that Kenya was using a type of unalterable paper from another available African source - and a Commonwealth country.
Again, this is for a document authenticator. This feature might be a dead giveaway of a forgery, or - it might just be a detail that is authentic.
I DO NOT KNOW. Please don’t accuse me of anything, or of speculating.
All this thread is is speculation.
See 76... lol...
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