Obamas father, Barack Obama Sr., center, is shown wearing floral leis on his graduation day at the University of Hawaii in the early 1960s.
And supposedly, at the University of Hawaii graduation in June 1962, you have Neil Abercrombie, Stanley Armour Dunham, at least three people who were photographed at the Nachmanoff social gathering, including Ann/Anne USA, some Navy personnel, a Japanese lady who graduated from the University in 1959, and a couple of young fellows who bear no relationship that I can see, to the rest of the gathering. A few union members maybe, for good measure. Out in the open, at night.
There's also good reason to think that maybe this photograph was taken on the Kenyan's visit to Hawaii in 1970. If you compare the Kenyan's facial features to his 1970 images at the airport, that looks a whole lot more like him than the early 1960 images.
Try it. I do have comparison images, but they are on another computer, and not accessible right now. Leave the door open...you've been lied to on so many levels, to the extent that NOTHING is as you are expected to believe.
you're right, that's exactly what Beckwith wrote on The Obama File:
In a recent article in the link (Claremont Review of Books), national-security guru Angelo Codevilla makes a provocative claim.
Another photo, published in a Honolulu newspaper in 1959, he writes, shows [Anns father] Stanley Dunham escorted by uniformed U.S. Navy officers, greeting Barack Obama Sr., as he arrived in Hawaii from Kenya.
In the photo, Dunham stands next to Obama smiling. Codevilla contends that the CIA might well have assigned Dunham to keep an eye on Obama, an unwitting pawn in the agencys mission to woo the emerging African elite.
If Codevilla is right, then Jacobs book is close to all wrong. In her account, Obama arrives, alone and friendless in Hawaii, not surrounded by 20 well-wishers, chief among them a future father-in-law who was not yet supposed to be there.
If the date of the photo can be verified as 1959, Codevilla is likely right, and the mystery deepens.
So both Cashill and Codevilla are referring to an image that was published by CBS in 2007. That doesn't get you any closer to where it supposedly appeared in a Honolulu Newspaper in 1959...IF IT DID.
...Another photo, published in a Honolulu newspaper in 1959, shows Stanley Dunham escorted by uniformed U.S. Navy officers, greeting Barack Obama, Sr., as he arrived in Hawaii from Kenya. Because Obama was among 80 other Kenyans whom CIA had chosen for sojourns in the U.S. to influence them, it is logical that he and others like him would have been placed around the country in the hands of trusted handlers. The greeting photo suggests that Dunham may well have been one of these, and hence that the Kenyan did not meet Dunham's daughter, Ann, in a classroom. This would fit the chronology: Classes started on September 26. Ann was pregnant by early November. Obama was housed at the University of Hawaii's East-West Center facility funded by the Asia Foundation, itself funded by CIA...
That entire paragraph is full of so many holes...
The Kenyan wasn't chosen, he was rejected from the list of students compiled by Mboya. His fare was paid by Elizabeth Mooney, who was working in Kenya for the Laubach organisation. He didn't arrive with the airlift students, he was already in Hawaii when the first contingent of students arrived at Idelwild airport.
He arrived in July 1959. 'Ann was pregnant in early November...'???? IN 1959?
And the Kenyan student was a student at the University NOT The East West Centre.
Fat lot of use that was. He needs to edit/rewrite.
the information I posted is from the archived OBAMA FILE
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Purely my personal conjecture, Codevilla spent a period if time attached to the Navy. As did Nachmanoff at whose home in Hawaii the social gathering photographs were taken. I am inclined to believe the original photograph source might have been Nachmanoff and the image found its way to Codevilla.
And no, no one ever did find where that image was first published, if it was. It’s only useful to show the Kenyan student in the company of a girl identified at the Nachmanoffs as Ann/Anne USA, and indicates that both Stanley Armour Dunham and Abercrombie were there in the group image in which the Kenyan is wrapped in numerous lei. (Aside from several other people who I have not named.)
After the war, he earned a B.S. in chemical engineering from Kansas State University and worked as a chemical engineer before enrolling in the Universitys Graduate Library School in 1960. Prior to his work as Systems Librarian, Payne held positions as Reference Librarian and Research Associate in the Industrial Relations Center at the University.
Now it might just make more sense that somewhere in ‘Dreams’ Stanley Ann is placed in Chicago, working as an au paire. Words put into her mouth have her there when she was only ‘sixteen then’
No one ever bothered to ask, why would she have been accepted to attend the University of Chicago...
In the 1960s, Payne helped the University of Chicago library guide a major transition from a paper-based environment to an electronic environment, said U of C interim library director Alice Schreyer, who once worked with Payne.
And a marriage certificate and a birth certificate would also be an exhibit. Or are you saying that the judge would accept verbal instructions for both, and NOT require to see documentation?
That a divorce decree and a sole custody can be issued without any identification documents?
What WAS on that missing page 11?
You've lost me. Like Jack Cashill, who should know better, everyone is totally invested in the myth that Stanley Ann Dunham was Ann/Anna Obama.
Even though she wasn't in Hawaii. The student shown on the letter from the university as having been enrolled from Fall, 1960, was the student Ann Obama, living at the Pratt/Dunham residence.
While Stanley Ann was most probably living with her Uncle, Charles T Payne, or her Aunt Margaret, both of whom were connected to the University of Chicago. Charles lived in Hyde Park, where his wife Melanie was later on a committee with the wife of David Axelrod.
I'm done. The reason you can't find Stanley Ann in Hawaii is that she wasn't there. She didn't show up until January 1963 with a toddler after she changed her name on Social Security from Stanley Ann Dunham to Ann Dunham Obama.
It's there, right under your noses.
ANN DUNHAM OBAMA. Just like the name on the fake LFBC. To which they had to add (Stanley) to make you believe it.
On the divorce decree the court wrote due proof was made to this Court that the said parties are legally intermarried
Wait for it: And the court was presented with a marriage certificate and a birth certificate. They were identified on the missing page 11, and the documents were removed from the divorce file, never to be seen again.
In fact, it was Obama Sr. who told the INS officials about the wife and child, and they were openly skeptical about the validity of the marriage.
The most significant problem with Jacobs reporting, however, is that she seems to have gotten information others did not.
Wrote Dahling in the memo, based on a recent conversation with Obama Sr., Subject got his USC wife Hapai 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.
Hapai apparently is Hawaiian for pregnant. USC is shorthand for United States citizen. According to Jacobs, the Dahling memo also noted that Obama Sr. had previously been warned about his playboy ways.
This same memo showed up in the batch requested by the Arizona Independent and posted online the evening of April 26, 2011, the night before President Obama shared his birth certificate.
Although reporter Heather Smathers had the same April 12 memo that talked about Obama Sr.s playboy ways, the Independent did not report on the potential adoption
The reason for Smathers silence was simple enough: the critical sentence had been redacted on the document she received. In terms of sentence flow and length, it would seem to fit right in place in the middle of the documents third paragraph.
... and Miss Dunham is making arrangements with the Salvation Army to give the baby away.
That is pure conjecture. There are too many missing words to reach that conclusion. It's also doubtful that the name is 'Miss Dunham'
That the Kenyan may have advised the student advisor in April 1961 that he had married Stanley Ann Dunham doesn’t make a marriage. All it suggests to me is that this is the point in time in which the identities of the student Ann Obama and the Dunham daughter were blended.
Ann Obama wasn’t Stanley Ann Dunham. Ann Obama is seen standing close to the Kenyan student in the group photograph supplied by Codevilla.
This photo, published in a Honolulu newspaper in 1959 shows [Ann’s father — hands in pockets] Stanley Dunham escorted by uniformed U.S. Navy personnel, greeting Barack Obama Sr., as he arrived in Hawaii from Kenya.”
In the photo, Dunham stands next to Obama smiling. National-security guru Angelo Codevilla contends that the CIA might well have assigned Dunham to keep an eye on Obama, an unwitting pawn in the agencys mission to woo the emerging African elite.
If Codevilla is right, then Sally Jacobs new book is close to all wrong. In her account, Obama arrives, alone and friendless in Hawaii, not surrounded by 20 well-wishers, chief among them a future father-in-law who was not yet supposed to be there.
If the date of the photo can be verified as 1959, Codevilla is likely right, and the mystery deepens.
The Kenyan student would NOT have identified himself as Negro. This, during a period when the Africans were chanting AFRICAN FOR AFRICANS and demanding self-government. A classification that was to them a huge insult.
If, as is suspected, that LFBC is an amalgamation of various records, therefor the various ‘layers’ then certain aspects of it harken back to the birth of the child in Hawaii that Mary babysat in January 1961. The mother’s name was Ann Obama and that’s why (Stanley) was added in brackets. The birth announcement which doesn’t name the mother, was where Ann S Obama, the student listed in the Polk was living.
It’s not the occasion that is of interest, what is of interest is the identity of the girl standing close to the Kenyan student. She’s got to be the reason the numerous fake lei have been added to the image. She’s not Stanley Ann Dunham, although it appears Stanley Armour was present, as was Neil Abercrombie...who has been quoted as saying he saw the Kenyan with ‘Ann’ and her child on social occasions.
I've often wondered why no one has questioned the obvious anomalies, like there's no Stanley Ann Dunham mentioned in the Kenyan's INS documents, other than on the one occasion where he crossed out the name of his wife, and replaced it with Stanley Ann Dunham, almost as an afterthought on August 31, 1961. That's the same date on another document in which there's no child entered...and zero isn't mentioned by name until two years later, in a document obviously partly completed by someone else. Even the 'Woods' Memo that describes 'his USC wife' doesn't name her. You can run through all of the many documents in that file, and come away not knowing who his wife and child may have been. That unredacted, truncated memo Sally Jacobs had for two years before her book was published, has been accepted to read as if Stanley Ann Dunham is named as the mother discussing an adoption. There are so many words missing due to that truncation, it's impossible to follow the meaning of that sentence. Had 'Miss Dunham' been named in that memo, there would have been no need for the truncation subterfuge. Yet such luminaries as Jack Cashill repeats, parrot like, the obvious anomaly, again, another instance in which Stanley Ann Dunham wasn't named...just as SHE WASN'T LISTED AS LIVING AT THE BIRTH ANNOUNCMENT ADDRESS. That listing was for ANN S OBAMA, STUDENT. Why would anyone accept that was the name of the Dunham daughter...when no one saw her in Hawaii? A four bedroom house shared by the Pratt family and the Dunham couple might well have left room for a student lodger by the name of Ann or Anna OBAMA!
Cindy Pratt, who lived in that house as a teen, remembers Stanley Ann bringing the toddler Obama to the Pratt furniture store - that was when the boy was already old enough to jump up and down on the mattresses... So even those most cherished, long held beliefs in freeperdom repeated over and over, are full of holes. The only one thing that stands out and remains is that Ann Obama was probably the same woman who gave birth in January 1961 and was living at the 13th Avenue E address in Seattle when the famous babysitter said she was. And when was that? When her own daughter, who was born in JULY 1959 was 18 months of age. And that woman and child had absolutely nothing to do with Stanley Ann and the toddler she showed up with in Hawaii in 1963, in January, when she filed for a divorce from a man she had never met.
Someone by the name of Codevilla apparently supplied this photograph without offering to identify the people other than Stanley Armour Dunham and the Kenyan student. It's not clear when this photograph was taken, but there are two people who may remember who that girl was, snuggled up to the Kenyan, one is a woman who graduated from the University of Manoa in 1959, I won't name her, and the fool with the glasses making the rabbit-ears (peace?) sign at the back is Abercrombie. Someone needs to ask him, is this the girl he saw with the Kenyan and their baby on social occasions...because she quite clearly isn't Stanley Ann Dunham.