Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate; So Fake It Had To Be Done On Purpose

Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate; So Fake It Had To Be Done On Purpose

Okay – I know my readers have been waiting for my reaction to the obviously assembled document that the White House threw up on their website this morning.  Once again, I will state unequivocally that the BC does not matter, the fact that this SOB has three different citizenships (American, British, and Indonesian) disqualifies his sorry golf-teeing ass from being president.  Second, we all knew that whatever document was presented was going to be a fake because it’s been years since we have been asking for this document and ‘that’s how it’s done in Chicago‘, and third, Donald Trump was the man enlisted to bring up the issue so that a document could be released without drawing attention to the when of it.  The only curiosity questions I have left is ‘why obviously forged’ and ‘why now?’  Who gains and how?

In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way. – Franklin D. Roosevelt

Now for the forgery.  First up; Karl Denninger of MarketTicker.org showing that the AP’s scan of the document the White House gave them is just that; a scan. He then shows the document that was posted on the White House website as a manufactured photoshop document that has layers, overlays, no ‘scan landmarks’, color blurring, etc.

Next up, Alex Jones and one of his photoshop experts explaining the layering, original print and added print, and wondering why the White House would release an obviously assembled document.

Meanwhile, and while you are most definitely not watching, Ben Bernanke, Fed Chairman, gave the first ever Federal Reserve press conference (which I will cover tomorrow after more rest), and four star general, David Petraeus being tapped as the new head of the CIA. Is anybody else asking the glaring question of how a military general goes from overseeing combat operations to the most corrupt intelligence service in the world? Maybe this will help… David Petraeus:

General Petraeus was the General George C. Marshall Award winner as the top graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Class of 1983. He subsequently earned MPA and Ph.D. degrees in international relations from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and he later served as an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the US Military Academy. He also completed a fellowship at Georgetown University.

Are you feeling good about his appointment now, or do you feel like the war against American sovereignty and liberty has just been ramped up? Does anybody else feel like a whole hell of a lot more has been going on for a very long time inside the military-industrial complex than even we have been able to dig up.  Damn…I was just starting to feel like I was catching up… UPDATE: And then I just remembered this happening today…

U.S. Effort to Remove Drug CEO Jolts Firms

A government attempt to oust a longtime drug-company chief executive over his company’s marketing violations is raising alarms in that industry and beyond about a potential expansion of federal involvement in the business world. The Department of Health and Human Services this month notified Howard Solomon of Forest Laboratories Inc. that it intends to exclude him from doing business with the federal government. This, in turn, could prevent Forest from selling its drugs to Medicare, Medicaid and the Veterans Administration. If the government implements its ban, Forest would have to dump Mr. Solomon, now 83 years old, in order to protect its corporate revenue. No drug company, large or small, can afford to lose out on sales to the federal government, a major customer. The campaign against drug-company CEOs is part of a larger Obama administration effort to pursue individual executives blamed for wrongdoing rather than simply punishing companies. The government has tried to prosecute Wall Street executives in connection with the 2008 financial crisis, but with limited success.

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