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Is this really it? (re: possible Obama's Kenyan B.C. - Attny Taitz) Click on the link
orlytaitzesq.com ^ | 8/2/2009 | rxsid

Posted on 08/02/2009 1:35:53 AM PDT by rxsid

Edited on 08/06/2009 12:10:02 AM PDT by John Robinson. [history]

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To: iontheball; LucyT; David; Fred Nerks; BP2; All

NO I’m thinking that a clerk from the hospital in Mombassa (Which has a Dutch government/clerical background) passed the information on to the American Embassy.

The embassy not knowing the SADO was unable to transfer citizenship because of her age*, wire the information provided to them by SADO and in the space for race typed the word AFRICAN** given to them by the hospital, not negroid, to Hawaii. Where they in turn “Registered” BO’s birth.

*Not their job, job for the court system.
**The dutch used the word Africander to designate a WHITE person living in Africa. Did they use African to designate the black? Help find the answer.


9,241 posted on 08/14/2009 2:00:31 PM PDT by hoosiermama (ONLY DEAD FISH GO WITH THE FLOW.......I am swimming with Sarahcudah! Sarah has read the tealeaves.)
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To: hoosiermama

wiki says:

Afrikaners are Afrikaans-speaking people who have been established in Southern Africa since the 17th century and are mainly of northwestern European descent. Afrikaner is a noun (demonym), Afrikaans the adjective (i.e., an Afrikaans person or an Afrikaner).

hmmm...afrikaner=white


9,242 posted on 08/14/2009 2:07:05 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (DON'T LIE TO ME!)
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To: MHGinTN

I seem to remember seeing a stronger connection. But I am not following that closely as you apparently are so I will take your word for it.


9,243 posted on 08/14/2009 2:12:56 PM PDT by Natural Born 54
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To: hoosiermama

The embassy not knowing the SADO was unable to transfer citizenship because of her age*,
__________________________________________

Oh I’m sure they would know the law...

But if they thought the Mom was older they would be satisfied and not bother to folow up about the question of citizenship...

I wonder what age is on the REAL BC for the Mom ???


9,244 posted on 08/14/2009 2:18:34 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: Fred Nerks

Fred, I cut and pasted this into the above post from the site and then put quotes around it.

Afrikander - a white native of Cape Province who is a descendant of Dutch settlers and who speaks Afrikaans”

When I went back just now to the site, I found your post.

I was looking into Afrikan....tried hitting synonim and antonym and was looking for a African confirmation of non-white= Afrikan. Has it be scrubbed already or just another branch of what I was looking for Afrikan.


9,245 posted on 08/14/2009 2:23:08 PM PDT by hoosiermama (ONLY DEAD FISH GO WITH THE FLOW.......I am swimming with Sarahcudah! Sarah has read the tealeaves.)
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To: mojitojoe

SOURCE DATE 1962

But now you can see why the 'official story' is 'they met in a Russian Class' Obama Sr studied at the AFRO-AMERICAN AFFAIRS INSTITUTE.

9,246 posted on 08/14/2009 2:30:53 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (DON'T LIE TO ME!)
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To: Fred Nerks

from:
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=Afrikan&searchmode=nl

Afrikander
1822, “South African native of Du. descent,” from Du. Afrikaner “African,” with intrusive -d- on analogy of Hollander, Englander, etc. (Afrikaner is attested from 1824).


9,247 posted on 08/14/2009 2:31:39 PM PDT by hoosiermama (ONLY DEAD FISH GO WITH THE FLOW.......I am swimming with Sarahcudah! Sarah has read the tealeaves.)
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To: David

I don’t trust Perkin’s one bit. They would do whatever they had to do or were paid to do to cover up. Attorneys ethical? What a joke, especially with the stakes this high. That is exactly why 99% of the investigating and the results are never posted on the forum and go on behind the scenes via emails, FReepmails, telephone, etc.
I think it’s only a matter of time. The evidence is mounting fast.


9,248 posted on 08/14/2009 2:35:18 PM PDT by mojitojoe (All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for the people to remain silent.)
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To: hoosiermama

Afrikaner. Speaks Afrikaan. Dutch. White. I don’t know any more...


9,249 posted on 08/14/2009 2:38:16 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (DON'T LIE TO ME!)
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To: mojitojoe

Barry does not even pronounce his name correctly.
He invented a new pronounciation.

Politico, July 3, 2009

” One curious note about Obama and pronunciations is that he apparently changed the pronunciation of his own name as an adult.
His father, a Kenyan, went by Bear-ick, with the accent on the first syllable,
The Washington Post wrote during the campaign, yet his son used Buh-rock (accent on the second syllable). “

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0709/24466_Page2.html

I’ve seen Obama’s sister pronounce his name and she takes the made up pronounciation even further-
she takes the “ rock “
and makes it into a throat clearing noise.
In Dreams, Barry said his grandfather was a
“ white revisionist “ who made up fictional stories about the family.
( Page 21) **
Barry wrote that he tended to trust his grandmother’s stories over the grandfather’s.
From Barry’s conception,
it seems this entire clan has been living out one lie and fantasy after another.

** Just noticed at the bottom of page 21, Dreams...Barry writes something we’ve been hearing a lot,lately.
Maybe, he’s also prescient.

” ..for many white people of my grandparent’s generation and background,the instincts ran in the opposite direction,
the direction of the mob.”


9,250 posted on 08/14/2009 2:41:51 PM PDT by Wild Irish Rogue
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To: Fred Nerks

Sr.’s first name is spelled with a “C” in that clipping.


9,251 posted on 08/14/2009 2:59:31 PM PDT by Jedidah ("Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." George Santayana)
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To: Fred Nerks

Just looked into the origin of the language


...snip...
Arguably, the largest legacy of the Dutch language lies in South Africa, which attracted large numbers of Dutch, Flemish and other northwest European farmer (in Dutch, boer) settlers, all of whom were quickly assimilated.[57] After the colony passed into British hands in the early 19th century, the settlers spread into the hinterland, taking their language with them.

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It is estimated that over 90% of Afrikaans vocabulary is ultimately of Dutch origin.[60][61] Both languages are still largely mutually intelligible, although this relation can in some fields (such as lexicon, spelling and grammar) be asymmetric, as it is easier for Dutch-speakers to understand Afrikaans than it is for Afrikaans-speakers to understand Dutch.[62]

It is the third language of South Africa in terms of native speakers (~13.3%),[63] of whom 53 percent Coloureds and 42.4 percent Whites.[64] In 1996, 40 percent of South


ALSO one word can have multiple meanings (whichis also true for most African languages) See below:

Dutch is a stress language; the stress position of words matters. Stress can occur on any syllable position in a word. There is a tendency for stress to be at the beginning of words. In composite words, secondary stress is often present. There are some cases where stress is the only difference between words. For example vóórkomen (occur) and voorkómen (prevent). Marking the stress (´) in written Dutch is optional, never obligatory, but sometimes recommended.


9,252 posted on 08/14/2009 3:07:08 PM PDT by hoosiermama (ONLY DEAD FISH GO WITH THE FLOW.......I am swimming with Sarahcudah! Sarah has read the tealeaves.)
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To: Fred Nerks

Just looked into the origin of the language


...snip...
Arguably, the largest legacy of the Dutch language lies in South Africa, which attracted large numbers of Dutch, Flemish and other northwest European farmer (in Dutch, boer) settlers, all of whom were quickly assimilated.[57] After the colony passed into British hands in the early 19th century, the settlers spread into the hinterland, taking their language with them.

...snip...
It is estimated that over 90% of Afrikaans vocabulary is ultimately of Dutch origin.[60][61] Both languages are still largely mutually intelligible, although this relation can in some fields (such as lexicon, spelling and grammar) be asymmetric, as it is easier for Dutch-speakers to understand Afrikaans than it is for Afrikaans-speakers to understand Dutch.[62]

It is the third language of South Africa in terms of native speakers (~13.3%),[63] of whom 53 percent Coloureds and 42.4 percent Whites.[64] In 1996, 40 percent of South


ALSO one word can have multiple meanings (whichis also true for most African languages) See below:

Dutch is a stress language; the stress position of words matters. Stress can occur on any syllable position in a word. There is a tendency for stress to be at the beginning of words. In composite words, secondary stress is often present. There are some cases where stress is the only difference between words. For example vóórkomen (occur) and voorkómen (prevent). Marking the stress (´) in written Dutch is optional, never obligatory, but sometimes recommended.


9,253 posted on 08/14/2009 3:07:14 PM PDT by hoosiermama (ONLY DEAD FISH GO WITH THE FLOW.......I am swimming with Sarahcudah! Sarah has read the tealeaves.)
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To: BP2; Fred Nerks; David; All

African - a native or inhabitant of Africa

Afrikander, Afrikaner, Boer - a white native of Cape Province who is a descendant of Dutch settlers and who speaks Afrikaans

From:
http://cc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=dutch+african&d=76521979268441&mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&w=a36d9198,2cb96b23


9,254 posted on 08/14/2009 3:09:20 PM PDT by hoosiermama (ONLY DEAD FISH GO WITH THE FLOW.......I am swimming with Sarahcudah! Sarah has read the tealeaves.)
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To: Jedidah
Sr.’s first name is spelled with a “C” in that clipping.

Only the teacher in Kenya would know...for sure:

...Obama Sr — Index No 3422 — joined the school with his elder brother, Joseph...

SOURCE

9,255 posted on 08/14/2009 3:26:54 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (DON'T LIE TO ME!)
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To: Jedidah; mojitojoe

Thinking about it...as a boy he went to a Christian school. His name may have been Barack with a ‘c’ because that’s the english way to write the name. I’m thinking he may have dropped the ‘c’ when he returned to Kenya...he was going to be a big man in a newly independant Kenya, and anything that was British was despised...


9,256 posted on 08/14/2009 3:33:33 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (DON'T LIE TO ME!)
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To: hoosiermama

I am having difficulty understanding why Hawaii would consult with Dutch/Kenyan officials at all if the state has a law where a relative could go into the Vital Statistic’s Offfice and all they had to do was fill out a form, represent they were a resident of Hawaii, and request that their child be issued a COLB. The application would likely be sworn to and the information on the application would serve as the source document for generating the Certification of Live Birth that Obama has been presenting.


9,257 posted on 08/14/2009 3:36:59 PM PDT by iontheball
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To: hoosiermama

As I said elsewhere, I think ‘registered’ could be used as a distinction in the office to signify that the office registrar ‘registered’ the birth based on information from the hospital versus a relative filling out and ‘filing’ an application for a COLB in the Vital Statistics Office.


9,258 posted on 08/14/2009 3:46:32 PM PDT by iontheball
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To: mojitojoe

NO


9,259 posted on 08/14/2009 4:11:33 PM PDT by shield (A wise man's heart is at his RIGHT hand;but a fool's heart at his LEFT. Ecc 10:2)
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To: iontheball

I haven’t read through all the comments on this thread, but I still see people discussing why AFRICAN was listed under RACE.

Has anyone considered that a birth certificate needs to contain adequate information to determine whether one is a natural born citizen? The birth certificate is the single document that documents the scenario of anyone’s birth. Had they entered NEGRO into the RACE slot, the true circumstances of BO’s birth would not have been documented.

Somewhere online during this whole saga, I saw a BC from someone who had born to a US citizen mother and an Asian father. The RACE slot for the father said either JAPANESE or JAPAN.

Folks in the 60’s were much smarter regarding our Constitution, it was much more than just a piece of paper back then.

I wish someone could get into the archived SOPs for Hawaii’s Health Department to see what guidelines they were given back then for entering information in the BCs. I’d bet this could be some good research.


9,260 posted on 08/14/2009 4:19:55 PM PDT by Beach555
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