Obama’s birth certificates: four of them…one the Hawaii long form, one the Hawaii short form— these were released only online, by the Obama campaign’s Ben Lebolt, initially to lefty/Annenberg-funded Factcheck.org and various newspapers. There have been extensive, highly technical computer forensics studies on these images which yielded very convincing cases that these certs are bogus.

One obviously faked Kenyan one that made the net rounds last week. And a very authentic seeming Kenyan one just released by attorney Dr. Orly Taitz…who has doggedly pursued the issue of Obama’s eligibility through the courts, rising from obscurity to become one of the Dear Leader’s worst nightmares.

Remember, right after the election the Kenyan Ambassador said Obama was born in Kenya, and his birth place was a national shrine.

It is on. Taitz and WND have cranked the heat up to “bonfire.”

From WND yesterday on Hawaii’s refusal to certify Obama’s certs:

In response to a direct question from WND, the Hawaii Department of Health refused to authenticate either of the two versions of President Obama’s short-form Certificate of Live Birth, or COLB, posted online – neither the image produced by the Obama campaign nor the images released by FactCheck.org.

Janice Okubu, the public information officer for the Hawaii DOH, also had no explanation for why Dr. Chiyome Fukino’s initial press release last October and subsequent press release last week also avoided declaring the posted images to be of authentic documents.

In June 2008, Ben LaBolt, an Obama campaign spokesman, released the initial short-form Obama COLB to various newspapers including the Los Angeles Times declaring, “This is Sen. Obama’s birth certificate.”

This short-form Obama COLB was released as a .jpg Internet image, displaying no signs of having been folded or of carrying an official State of Hawaii embossed seal. When this short-form COLB was released, the Obama campaign did not explain who obtained the document from the Hawaii DOH or why the document had been held for a year before being released to the public.


Anomalies in this version of the Obama COLB, however, raised several questions among skeptics:

* The printing on the document clearly appeared done by a laser printer, not by any printing device available in 1961.

* The father’s “race” was listed as “African,” not “Negro,” the more expected designation in the less politically correct environment of the early 1960s.

* As noted above, the document evidenced no embossed seal from the State of Hawaii.

* The lack of folds on the document raised questions if and how the document had been mailed by the Hawaii DOH to the requesting recipient.

Two months later, however, on Aug. 21, 2008, FactCheck.org, an organization funded by the same left-leaning Annenberg Foundation that also employed Barack Obama and former Weatherman radical bomber Bill Ayers, produced a short-form Obama COLB that was very different in appearance.


This FactCheck.org document was distinguished by a long blank header that did not appear on the COLB released by the Obama campaign.

This document further came with a stamp on the back, dated June 6, 2007, which suggests the FactCheck.org document could be the source of the image released earlier by the Obama campaign. The image of the COLB released by the Obama campaign displayed no official seal, though FactCheck.org displayed the seal in a side view taken from what appears to be the document’s front. The website did not, however, present a similarly enlarged photo of the back to verify whether the pressing had left the identical image on both sides of the paper. Please click here for much more from WND on the considerable fraud evidence.

Now, the State of Hawaii is not willing to stick it’s neck out further for The Chosen One. Could it be because of the Kenyan Smoking Gun? The new document released by Orly Taitz bears none of the obvious traits of a hoax, unlike the ‘net circulated “Kenyan fake” last week. This Kenyan certificate says Barack Hussein Obama was born at Coast General Hospital in Mombasa on Aug. 4, 1961.

Progressives and others have the heavy artillery out, and are saying that Kenya was not a Republic at the time, therefore this BC is fake. Before you swallow that as fact, consider this:

Critics immediately jumped on the Feb. 17, 1964, date for the document, explaining that the “republic” of Kenya wasn’t assembled until in December of that year.

Media Matters wrote, “Sorry, WorldNetDaily: Kenya wasn’t a republic until Dec. 1964.”

But Kenya’s official independence was in 1963, and any number of labels could have been applied to government documents during that time period.

At Ameriborn Constitution News, the researcher noted that the independence process for the nation actually started taking as early as 1957, when there were the first direct elections for Africans to the Legislative Council.

“Kenya became an Independent Republic, December 12, 1963, which gives more [credibility] that this is a true document,” the website stated.

The 1963 independence is corroborated by several other information sources, including the online African History.

Even the People Daily news agency cited, on Dec. 12, 2005, the “42nd independence anniversary” in Nairobi. “The country gained independence from Britain on Dec. 12, 1963,” the report said.

An online copy of the Kenya Constitution, “adopted in 1963, amended in 1999,” states: “CHAPTER I – THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA, Article 1, Kenya is a sovereign Republic. Article 1A, The Republic of Kenya shall be a multiparty democratic state…”

It was in November 1964 when the region voluntarily became a one-party state, according to an online source.

The region including Mombasa originally was dealt with as a separate independence movement, but it almost immediately became part of Kenya when the sultan of Zanzibar ceded the “coastal strip” to Kenya, according to sources.

The fire is getting hotter. Orly Taitz’s website is under massive cyberattack.

The State Of Hawaii’s is suspiciously unstable today.

Google is scrubbing links to crucial keywords that only apply to these documents.

Get ready.

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