Skip to comments.Summary of Barack Obama Senior's Immigration Files (vanity & reference)
Posted on 04/30/2011 10:54:31 AM PDT by matt1234
I have created a summary (posted below) of Barack Obama Senior's immigration files, which were recently released. The summary is tabular, hopefully allowing a more systematic analysis. I have highlighted in yellow the more interesting portions. This summary is useful as an introductory research tool or a concise summation for semi-interested readers. Details are excluded except where particularly interesting or unobvious.
When posting comments about a particular document, please include the page # (first column of table). I welcome questions, too.
Barack Obama Sr. to Tom Mboya, May 29, 1962,
Tom Mboya Papers, Box 41, Hoover Institution Archives.
The following link previoulsy led to a web page showing Box Numbers where various correspondence was located, that link now leads to this information:
‘62 letter from father ignores Obama, mom
‘My wife is in Nairobi and I would really appreciate any help you may give her’
Read more: No mention of Obama Jr. in 1962 letter http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=226349#ixzz1L8qUFxJR
QUESTION: How and when did the kenyan MEET Mboya? In an interview with a Hawaii newspaper in June 1962, he told the interviewer he had not been back to Kenya for seven years...
He left the school at Maseno in 1953. If he left Kenya in 1955, as he stated at that interview, Mboya who was five years older, was studying at OXFORD IN 1955!
Understood and thank you.
Thanks for the link to ETL’s homepage. This is the first time I’ve felt compelled to bookmark a FReeper’s homepage.
Thanks for the ping!
I don't know.
In an interview with a Hawaii newspaper in June 1962, he told the interviewer he had not been back to Kenya for seven years...
On p. 50 of the immigration file, BHO Sr. signs in Nairobi, Kenya 29JUL59. So, either his statement (about a 7 yr absence) or the document at p. 50 is false.
Try this path:
C:\Documents and Settings\[user-name]\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files
where [user-name] is variable. Look for .jpg files, one for each page of the immigration files.
Could be both. The teacher at the Maseno school is quoted as saying he left Kenya as soon as he completed school there in 1953. The question is, if he did, where did he go? Three or four years as an illegal somewhere in the US, quick trip home and back again, legal?
He had a relative, ‘Uncle Omar’ (now known as OBAMA ONYANGO) living in Boston. No problem.
He also wrote home to say he was working for an oil company and had married a white woman...who knows?
Here’s the location of the Firefox cache for Win XP -
C:\Documents and Settings\NetworkService\Local Settings\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\********.default\Cache
Also, I forgot to mention — these cached-file-names have NO extensions — and you’ll need to rename the 55 files so the names end in .JPG.
If you find more than 55 ‘JFIF’-containing files (JFIF is a searchable text-string), that are over 100,000 bytes, then you want the ones that are appropriately dated... You could just empty the cache before saving the page as “Web Page, complete”, and that will cause Firefox to download fresh copies of the 55 image files.
Those 55 files stay in the cache (at they do least here), and they don’t get copied to the “files for”-folder of the “Web Page, complete” — the main page of which is saved to your Documents folder; the rest into a new sub-folder. (delete all that after saving the 55 images)
BTW, I don’t use Windows Explorer for all this, because this entire job can easily be completed in 2 or 3 minutes, if you use the correct tool, which is ZTreeWin: -
ZTreeWin does have a learning curve... but well worth it.. Start with the README.TXT and FAQ.TXT, found in the install folder; use F1 to access Help — Download the free trial. (I’m a long time user, with no vested interests.)
According to first article, here is the redacted sentence:
Subject [Obama] got his USC [United Sates citizen] wife Hapai [pidgin for pregnant] and although they were married they do not live together and Miss Dunham is making arrangements with the Salvation Army to give the baby away.