Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Media Lies For Their Affirmative Action Messiah

Here is a long portion from a deceitful editorial written to shill for a lying Pres__ent who has committed document fraud with forgery, offered from a typical obamanoid enemedia source which seeks to keep lies afloat for Barry Soetoro, aka Barry Dunham, aka Barry Obama, aka Barack Hussein Obama. Following the lying filth from Fartley is a letter sent to him by a man who has done the research to expose Barry’Obamas criminal fraud. Enjoy, I’ve posted them here to save them for posterity since so many things are scrubbed from the Internet which expose the criminal affirmative action fraud-in-chief.

I have taken the liberty of adding a few comments in italics.

Obama's birth certificate: Final chapter. This time we mean it!
By Robert Farley
Published on Wednesday, July 1st, 2009 at 7:12 p.m. [ ]

Back on June 27, 2008, PolitiFact published a story we hoped would put the whole Obama birth certificate controversy to rest. It ran under the now-laughable headline, "Obama's birth certificate: Final chapter."

Oh, how naive we were.

More than a year later, the debate continues to rage on the Internet among the "Birthers" movement, people who doubt that President Barack Obama is a natural-born citizen of the United States and is therefore ineligible to serve as president. Or at least, they say, Obama has yet to sufficiently prove things one way or the other. [As far as I can discover, this is one of the few truthful entries in this obscenity from Fartley.]

The conservative Web site is the conductor of the Birther train. On the site, you can donate money to rent billboard space that asks "Where's the Birth Certificate?" They've got a petition demanding the president produce his original birth certificate — now signed, they say, by 400,000 people. From the site, you can buy "Where's the Birth Certificate?" yard signs and bumper stickers. The site has recently run stories about a man whose attempts to sell a purported Obama birth certificate from Kenya on eBay have been repeatedly shut down.

And on May 28, correspondent Lester Kinsolving pressed the issue all the way to the White House, squeezing in a couple questions at the end of a daily press briefing with White House spokesman Robert Gibbs.

Here's how the exchange went:

Kinsolving: "One question concerning what the president said in his speech on Thursday, and I quote, 'I ran for president promising transparency, and I meant what I said. This is why, whenever possible, we will make information available to the American people so they can make informed judgments and hold us accountable.' End of quote. Do you remember that statement?"

Gibbs: "I can confirm he said that."

Kinsolving: "Good. In consideration of this very good promise of transparency, why can't the president respond to the petitioned requests of 400,000 American citizens by releasing a certified copy of his long form birth certificate listing hospital and physician?"

Gibbs: "Are you looking for the president's birth certificate?"

Kinsolving: "Yes."

Gibbs: "It's on the Internet, Lester."

Kinsolving: "No, no, no — the long form listing his hospital and physician."

Gibbs: "Lester ... This question in many ways continues to astound me. The state of Hawaii provided a copy, with a seal, of the president's birth. I know there are apparently at least 400,000 people that continue to doubt the existence of and the certification by the state of Hawaii of the president's birth there, but it's on the Internet because we put it on the Internet for each of those 400,000 to download. I certainly hope by the fourth year of our administration that we'll have dealt with this burgeoning birth controversy." [ Gibbs lied dutifully, in typical convoluted fashion, like every good democrat will to protect their criminal-in-chief. ], through an owner, the Western Center for Journalism, responded with an ad in the conservative publication Human Events that called Gibbs' response arrogant, factually incorrect, lies.

Moreover, the ad said, "members of the liberal elitist media ... instead of pressing Gibbs on his outrageous statements ... openly laughed."

The ad is right about that; journalists could clearly be heard chuckling at Kinsolving's questions.

The question here is, did Gibbs lie?

Some background: On June 13, 2008, after months of hounding by the media and wild Internet speculation that Obama was actually born in either Indonesia or Kenya, the Obama campaign finally released a copy of Obama's "Certification of Birth" from Hawaii and posted it on the Internet. [ This is a very important point since it is a major admission that the Obama campaign is behind the forgery which has been posted on the Internet! The specious CoLB ‘thing’ Obama has claimed is a valid Hawaiian document is a clear forgery with numerous contradictory aspects Dr. Ron Polarik has easily exposed! Even a retired documents expert with the FBI has submitted a sworn affidavit in the Keyes v Obama eligibility lawsuit in California which states the thing on the Internet is bogus! ] The document states that Barack Hussein Obama II was born on Aug. 4, 1961, at 7:24 p.m. in Honolulu, Hawaii, to parents Stanley Ann Dunham and Barack Hussein Obama.

End of story? Hardly. If anything, it merely intensified the debate. Numerous critics arose on the Internet claiming the document was a fraud. It was the wrong color. It was missing an embossed seal. There was no crease from it being folded and mailed.

Our friends from went to Chicago, held the document in their questioning hands and examined it closely. Their conclusion: It's legit. [ One would hardly expect document forgery co-criminals to state otherwise. I mean really, didn’t courts take Willie Suttons gang members’ statements as exonerating for Willie’s whereabouts? … Oh, they didn’t? … Exactly! ]

On Oct. 31, 2008, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, director of the Hawaii Department of Health, issued this statement: "There have been numerous requests for Sen. Barack Hussein Obama’s official birth certificate. State law prohibits the release of a certified birth certificate to persons who do not have a tangible interest in the vital record.

"Therefore I, as director of health for the state of Hawaii, along with the registrar of Vital Statistics who has statutory authority to oversee and maintain these type of vital records, have personally seen and verified that the Hawaii State Department of Health has Sen. Obama's original birth certificate on record in accordance with state policies and procedures.

"No state official, including Gov. Linda Lingle, has ever instructed that this vital record be handled in a manner different from any other vital record in the possession of the state of Hawaii."

Even the governor of Hawaii, Linda Lingle, a Republican who at the time was stumping for John McCain, said it was on the up-and-up. [ An interesting sleight of hand here, Fartley! The statements from Hawaii are placed together in your essay as if issued in a single release--they were in two separate releases, and you tried to infer that these statements are evidentiary of an Hawaiian long form but they are carefully worded to avoid making such an assertion since to do so would be a violation asserting the person making the statements had seen and was verifying what is written in the documents held in the Hawaiian vaults! This is the typical careful deceit characteristic of those sent to protect the affirmative action liar in the Oval office from being exposed. ]

Over? No way.

All that proved, the birthers concluded, was that there is, in fact, an original birth certificate, and that the public hasn't seen it. The new argument goes like this: Obama never published his "Birth Certificate" (a "Certificate of Live Birth") on the Internet; what he posted was a "Certification of Live Birth," what WorldNetDaily describes as "a 'short-form' document that is generated on-the-spot and based on what is contained in a computer database at the time it was printed out."

Some on the Internet speculate that the original "long form" — which might include the hospital where he was born as well as the attending physician — might show Obama was foreign-born and ineligible to be president, but that that wouldn't show up on the "short form."

Moreover, WorldNetDaily claims even the state of Hawaii doesn't accept "Certification of Live Birth" as proof that an individual was physically born in Hawaii.

They point to a policy from the Hawaii Department of Home Lands, which stated on its Web site:

"In order to process your application, DHHL utilizes information that is found only on the original Certificate of Live Birth, which is either black or green. This is a more complete record of your birth than the Certification of Live Birth (a computer-generated printout). Submitting the original Certificate of Live Birth will save you time and money since the computer-generated Certification requires additional verification by DHHL."

That's actually a misnomer, said Lloyd Yonenaka, a spokesman for DHLL. In order to be eligible for their program, you must prove that your ancestry is at least 50 percent native Hawaiian. And when he says native, he means indigenous. They don't even care if you were born in Hawaii. [ This is a boldfaced lie. Typical! If one reads the list of requirements, one is aimed precisely at proving ‘born on Hawaiian soil, the presentment of a valid long form birth certificate! ] They use birth certificates as a starting point to look into a person's ancestry. Very different.

Here's what the DHLL site says now: "The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands accepts both Certificates of Live Birth (original birth certificate) and Certifications of Live Birth because they are official government records documenting an individual’s birth. The Certificate of Live Birth generally has more information which is useful for genealogical purposes as compared to the Certification of Live Birth which is a computer-generated printout that provides specific details of a person’s birth. Although original birth certificates (Certificates of Live Birth) are preferred for their greater detail, the State Department of Health (DOH) no longer issues Certificates of Live Birth. When a request is made for a copy of a birth certificate, the DOH issues a Certification of Live Birth."

When we spoke to a spokeswoman for the Hawaii Department of Health, she said too much was being made of the difference between the so-called "long" and "short" forms.

"They're just words," said spokeswoman Janice Okubo. "That (what was posted on the Internet) is considered a birth certificate from the state of Hawaii." [ What Okubo actually stated when asked what she could verify regarding the thing posted on the Internet was that she could not know what that thing was since she had not seen the physical document from which the images--which she had not seen until that day--were produced! Professional lying is so quaint don’tchaknow. ]

"There's only one form of birth certificate," she said, and it's been the same since the 1980s. Birth certificates evolve over the decades, she said, and there are no doubt differences between the way birth certificates looked when Obama was born and now.

"When you request a birth certificate, the one you get looks exactly like the one posted on his site," she said. "That's the birth certificate."

As for the theory that Obama's original birth certificate might show he was foreign-born, Okubo said the "Certification of Live Birth" would say so. [ This is a proven lie since there is at least one very prominent Chinese man of historical import who held an Hawaiian CoLB stating he was born in Hawaii yet he was born in China. Lying is a way of life for obamanoids--Obama annoyance droids. ] Obama's does not. Again, it says he was born in Honolulu. [ So did Sun yat-sen’s! Sun Yat-sen, Chinese revolutionary and political leader often referred to as the “Father of Modern China,” was able to file a “Certificate of Hawaiian Birth” application and immigrate to the US in 1904 using the form. And it shows Honolulu as his place of birth, just as the Internet forgery shows Honolulu as Barry’s place of birth. ]

We have one more thing. We talked to reporter Will Hoover, who wrote a well-researched story for the Honolulu Advertiser on Nov. 9, 2008, about Obama's childhood years in the the Aloha State. It ran under the headline "Obama Slept Here."

In researching the story, he went to the microfilm archives and found the birth announcement for Obama. Actually, he found two of them, one in his Honululu Advertiser on Aug. 13 , 1961, and in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin the next day . They both said the same thing: "Mr. and Mrs. Barack H. Obama, 6085 Kalanianaole Highway, son, Aug. 4."

But here's the thing. Newspaper officials he checked with confirmed those notices came from the state Department of Health.

"That's not the kind of stuff a family member calls in and says, 'Hey, can you put this in?'" Hoover explained.

Take a second and think about that. In order to phony those notices up, it would have required the complicity of the state Health Department and two independent newspapers — on the off chance this unnamed child might want to one day be president of the United States. [ This is the typical red herring deceit the obamanoid sycophants usually try, in order to make derisive assertions against any who would dare to require the lying CIC prove he is not a criminal fraud. Never have I read of a ‘Birther‘ making that assertion, that his mother or grandmother placed the entry so he could someday run for Pres__ent! But there are other more reasonable aims for placing a false entry regarding the affirmative action fraud‘s birth. Stench like Fartley are not likely to name them however, too plausible for their tastes. ]

In Honolulu, the Obama tour buses take you by the old Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital, now called Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women & Children. Federal laws prohibit hospital officials from confirming that he was born there, but Hoover said it's common knowledge among locals.

So back to the claim that Gibbs lied about posting Obama's birth certificate on the Internet. WorldNetDaily is correct that the Obama campaign didn't post his original birth certificate on the Internet. But their suggestion that there is some significant difference between the two documents is wrong. They both prove the same thing. Maybe the original would identify the hospital where Obama was born, but that's irrelevant. The issue is what city, and therefore country, was he born. The document posted by the campaign proves Obama was born in Honolulu, according to Health Department officials. And that's really the central issue here.

The Health Department says the "Certification of Live Birth" is Hawaii's version of a birth certificate. Calling it by other names — Certificate of Live Birth, Certification of Live Birth — is just semantics. WorldNetDaily may be right that the original birth certificate wasn't posted, but if Hawaii says the the document Obama posted can rightly be called Obama's birth certificate, how is Gibbs lying? We harbor no delusions that anything we say here will slow the persistent drumbeat of the birthers, but we rule this statement False.

. . .


And now for the crushing exposure of Mister Farley’s sycophantic deceits, by the man who has actually sepnt the time and has the expertise to expose the Internet fraud of Barack Hussein Obama.

Dear Mr. Farley:

I’m glad you find document fraud to be so funny, because the American people who were deceived by these phony images are not at all amused:

They certainly are not happy about Politifact promulgating a forgery.

Exactly which part of Obama’s spending a million dollars of campaign contributions to keep his real birth certificate hidden, is “laughable?”

Obama has gone the entire year without ever showing a real, paper birth certificate to anyone in government, anyone in authority, even anyone not shilling for him. What has been shown, however, is a totally fabricated Certification of Live Birth (COLB) image.

Now, what is a really sick joke is claiming that this heavily-doctored "scan image" that’s posted on Obama's website, Daily Kos Website, Politifact's website, and Factcheck's website, was made from the same object shown in Factcheck's photos: the ones with the exaggerated Seal impressions and second fold lines.

Even a five year-old can see that there’s no way in Hades that a high-resolution "scan image," with no Seal or second fold line showing, could ever have been made from the document object shown in the Factcheck photos.

Do you really think the American public is as mindless as the people perpetrating this fraud?

I have to give you props, though.

I never thought that Politifact could be more wrong than the last time they tried to pass off this forgery as the real deal.

It was back in June of last year. Amy Hollyfield was the reporter at the time, and in talking with Janice Okubo, she created a conundrum.

We all know Janice Okubo, don’t we? She’s that helpful Public Relations Officer (Communications Officer) at Hawaii's DOH, who’s not exactly Hawaii’s answer to Google when it comes to all things COLB.

When asked about Obama’s birth certificate, Okubo told Hollyfield that "a copy of the birth certificate was requested in June 2008," but she wouldn't specify by whom.

Even Amy pondered the implications of that statement as she was reviewing the many criticisms of the bogus "scan image":

• Isn’t the date stamp bleeding through the back of the document “June 2007?” (Odd since it was supposedly released in June 2008.)

"Odd, indeed!"

How can a 2007 Certification of Live Birth (COLB), date-stamped "June 6, 2007" have been requested in June 2008?

The answer, though, is quite simple, really:

Hawaii never produced a 2007 Certification of Live Birth for Obama with a date-stamp of June 6, 2008.

Last year, I spoke with the Hawaii State Registrar, himself, Dr. Alvin T. Onaka, who provided me with the following bit of information.

When I asked him if Janice Okubo had confirmed that his office produced a 2007 COLB, date-stamped June 6, 2007, with Obama's birth information on it. He said,

"Absolutely not. No one in our office confirmed it.”

That’s right, Mr.Farley. Obama's 2007 COLB is a nonexistent document, and what’s shown in the "scan image" alleged to be real a real copy of Obama’s birth certificate is nothing but that same, original fabricated forgery that first appeared on June 12 of last year.

What does that "scan image" prove?

Document fraud. Internet fraud. Voter fraud. A forged Certification of Live Birth, designed and proffered with one purpose in mind: to deceive the American public into believing that Barack Hussein Obama was born in Hawaii and is qualified to be President.

A secondary purpose of this document fraud was to prevent citizens and lawmakers from ever seeing his real, original "vault birth certificate.

So, it comes down to this:

Anyone who says that Hawaii issued a 2007 COLB for Obama, and that a true copy of it is posted online, is either (a) misinformed, (b) misleading others, or (c) lying through their teeth.

Regarding Politifact's ridiculous “Truth-o-Meter,”

Did Press Secretary Robert Gibbs lie when he said that the Obama Administration posted a copy of his birth certificate online?

Did Clinton have sex with Monica Lewinsky?

Of course Gibbs lied. Obama’s Campaign lied. Factcheck lied. Daily Kos lied. Snopes lied. Politifact lied. The Star Bulletin lied. The Honolulu Advertiser lied. All the media who are in-the-tank with Obama lied. All of his liberal Leftist supporters lied.

But, the facts don’t lie. There is no 2007 COLB for Obama.

Last year, in addition to getting the word from Onaka, I conducted five months of empirical research that proved, conclusively and irrefutably, that the "scan image" alleged to be Obama's COLB is a fabricated image, and no amount of bitching by the opposition is going to change that fact.

I can't really blame them for thinking they see a real COLB instead of a phony one. After all, there are a lot of people who claim to see religious characters in Cheetos, corn flakes, or fried eggs.

It's all in their heads.

All of the statements claiming that the "scan image" posted online looks "identical" to an actual 2007 COLB, is pure nonsense.

None of the real scan images of a real 2007 COLB, as well as the photos taken of a real 2007 COLB, look anything like what Politifact and Factcheck claim.

The Seal shown in Factcheck’s photos looks nothing like the real Seal shown in real 2007 COLBs.

If you go to my website, The Greater Evil, and read my research, you’ll find at least twenty reasons why the image posted online is totally bogus.

I’ve got another twenty more that show how this one, bogus scan image has engendered the biggest cover-up in political history. All of the efforts made by Factcheck, Politifact, Snopes, and other, assorted Obama flunkies, have been either to promulgate the forgery as a real document or to cover up the fact that document fraud has taken place.

It goes like this: the Obama Campaign claims that they posted a genuine copy of Obama’s real, original birth certificate and then points to Factcheck when anyone asks for proof. Factcheck then refers them to their August 21 article, “Born in the USA,” and points the finger back at the Obama Campaign as the source of the real, original birth certificate.

And, so it goes. What a nice, neat little circle of deceit going on here.

One hand washes the other.

In case you forgot or never knew, Factcheck is funded by the Annenberg Foundation – the same foundation that gave a $30 million grant to William “The Unrepentant Pentagon Bomber” Ayers, to start the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, and then hire an inexperienced community organizer in one Barack Obama, to be the Chairman of the Board working alongside him.

Besides lying about Obama’s birth certificate and doing all it can to cover up the fraud, it was Factcheck who claimed that Obama never interacted with William Ayers as an adult -- let alone directly worked with him on the Annenberg Challenge. The lies that Factcheck has told run long and deep.

Nice sister site you got there, Robert.

Think about that the next time you want to write a screed about Obama's bogus birth certificate.


Dr. Ron Polarik

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