“I think the point was lost on the crowd that even *today* a person could go to Hawaii, fill out a form showing that their parents lived in Hawaii one year prior to their birth (show tax returns or other documentation) and get a birth certificate. Presto!”
That was loud and clear to me. Which now we know why the usurpers picked HI as the state.
Perhaps the first short form COLB was an abstract of the manufactured information actually on file. Then, when time came to produce a long form, it presented a new problem But would someone have taken the time to find out what the handwritten number codes referred to? Because if the birth registration was done, say 1985, and a birth certification was created, where did those handwritten numbers come from? In other words, how long did they use that particular handwritten number coding practice?