What would happen if Americans learned that the US government, including all members of Congress, and leading figures in the American media knew it and deliberately hid the truth from us?
If such a scenario were true, the political system and the media, as we now know it, would collapse; most politicians and journalists would lose their jobs, and many would go to jail.
Who in government and the media have the greatest incentive to remain silent and run out the clock on Barack Obama?
Obama and his inner circle know that there is a limit to the opposition’s ability to investigate governmental corruption without exposing their own possible complicity.
Does it explain Obama’s promotion of policies seemingly detrimental to the United States, his ability to lie without accountability, and his constant use of political brinkmanship?
Neither Kapiolani Medical Center nor Queens Medical Center, both in Honolulu, Hawaii, have ever confirmed from their hospital records that Obama was born in either hospital. Between November 20th and December 2nd of 2008, 13 separate Hawaiian hospitals were contacted to determine if Obama had been born there, none of which could or would confirm that it was the facility where he was born. Hawaiian law allows the state to issue a certificate of live birth even if the child is born outside Hawaii, provided the parents have been legal residents for at least one year immediately preceding the birth.
If Obama was born in Kenya, he was not even a citizen of the United States at birth. According to the Nationality Act of 1940, revised in June 1952, his American citizen mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, had to have been a resident of the United States for 10 years, at least five of which were over the age of 14, to confer U.S. citizenship. Dunham did not meet that five-year requirement until her 19th birthday in late November of 1961, almost four months after Obama was born.
In 1966 or 1967, Stanley Ann Dunham married Indonesian Muslim Lolo Soetoro, who adopted Obama–which made him an Indonesian citizen according to Indonesian law. Elementary school records in Indonesia list Obama’s name as Barry Soetoro, his religion as Islam, and his citizenship as Indonesian. Because Indonesia does not allow dual citizenship, Obama thus lost his U.S. citizenship (if he even had it) when he became an Indonesian citizen around 1967.
Indonesia today still does not allow dual citizenship. Under Indonesia law, once Obama became a naturalized citizen by virtue of adoption, he could not lose that status without relinquishing his citizenship in writing, under oath. Upon returning to the United States from Indonesia, Obama eventually satisfied the “five-years-after-age-14″ residency requirement of the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, thus making him a naturalized citizen of the United States at age 19.
It may be that Obama’s Indonesian citizenship permitted him to apply to Occidental College as a foreign student, was the reason why Obama may have never registered for Selective Service, and why he could have used an Indonesian passport to travel to Pakistan in 1981.
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