Why The Kenyan Obama Birth Certficate Is An Obvious Fake

August 3, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – Listen up, birther conspiracy theorists! Believe what you will about Obama’s Hawaii birth certificate (nothing has stopped you before), but please be aware that the Obama Kenya n birth certificate is an obvious fake.

Don’t believe me? All it takes it a little bit of a logical look. I don’t even have to make an argument. A new report by the Daily Kos does it for me:

* First, the hospital is Coast Provincial General Hospital (sometimes said to be Coast Province General Hospital), not Coast General Hospital.
* Second, Kenya was a Dominion the date this certificate was allegedly issued and would not become a republic for 8 months.
* Third, Mombasa belonged to Zanzibar when Obama was born, not Kenya.
* Fourth, Obama’s father’s village would be nearer to Nairobi, not Mombasa.
* Fifth, the number 47O44– 47 is Obama’s age when he became president, followed by the letter O (not a zero) followed by 44–he is the 44th president.
* Sixth, EF Lavender is a laundry detergent.
* Seventh, would a nation with a large number of Muslims actually say “Christian name” (as opposed to name) on the birth certificate?
* Eigth, his father (born in 1961) would have been 24 or 25 when he was born and not 26.
* Ninth, it was called the “Central Nyanza District,” not Nyanza Province. The regions were changed to provinces in 1970.

These are only a few of the pretty obvious and transparent flaws in the document.

It isn’t real, people. Sorry, but this is an even bigger scam then the original conspiracy.

He’s president. Don’t like it, you might want to spend the next few years in your homemade bomb shelters. Just sayin’.

Editor’s note: On a related topic, Media Matters has released an ad going after Lou Dobbs over his promotion of the “birthers” movement. The ad is set to appear on CNN during Dobbs’ program Tuesday, and will appear on Fox News and MSNBC as well.


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11 Responses to “Why The Kenyan Obama Birth Certficate Is An Obvious Fake”

  1. Posts about Daily Kos as of August 3, 2009 » The Daily Parr on August 3rd, 2009 11:42 pm

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  2. Old Man Dotes on August 3rd, 2009 11:55 pm

    Wait… Faux News is going to air a non-pro-Nazi ad? Must have cost a boatload of money!

  3. Dr. Herr on August 4th, 2009 12:16 am

    Orly Taitz didn’t get caught at all. I am a forensic scientist and I also looked at the document from Australia. It is clearly different when examined by professional means. I also have compared the document she posted to 5 other Kenyan birth certificate copies made about the same time. They match perfectly.
    The 1956 remington typewriter type(which is what made the copy of the certificate Taitz put on the net.) cannot be photo shopped and duplicated. It is in my opinion genuine.
    I have a bit of credibility in the field as I have been doing this for 31 years.

  4. sweets on August 4th, 2009 12:54 am

    If Kenya’s birth certificate is real.. so Hawaii’s birth certificate ??????????????

  5. BrianB on August 4th, 2009 10:15 am

    I believe this is real, all the 9 points can definitely be disputed, conspiracy buffs and non-conspiracy buffs alike can have all the opinions and statements they wish, ONE FACT remains and that is that Mr. Obama has not released the documents that any normal citizen would need to produce just to get employment. This is what is sad about this entire ordeal, which has been going on now for over 2 years. The “birthers” as they are called and all the other conspiracy theorists will simply continue to re-hash this stuff until Mr. Obama provides definitive proof, which he has failed to do (so far).

  6. Revrant on August 4th, 2009 11:49 pm

    No, it’s a forgery you birthers, you can find this information all over the net, it’s an obvious, blatant, error ridden forgery and a sad attempt that has destroyed the birther movement’s legitimacy.

  7. Darren Potter on August 4th, 2009 11:52 pm

    Responses to Criticisms raised by DailyKOS, which would not be necessary if the DailyKOS could at least would have an open-mind and think through some of the criticisms.

    * Criticism: Document is dated Feb. 14, 1964 and includes “Republic of Kenya,” even though that designation wasn’t official until months later. Response: It would be common for a state after recently declaring it’s independence to act independently rather than continue under the old rule.

    * Criticism: The number 44-O-47 is coincidental as President Obama is the 44th president, and was 47 years old. Response: The number is 44,047, with a “zero,” not an “O.”

    * Criticism: The name E.F. (Earth Friendly) Lavender is a soap. Response: Also the name of a plant. Lavendar also is a SURNAME!

    * Criticism: Coast General Hospital actually is Coast Provincial General Hospital. Response: People abbreviate. It’s not proof of anything.

    * Criticism: Obama’s father, born in 1936, would have been 24 or 25, not 26. Response: Obama Sr.’s actual birthdate isn’t known.

    * Criticism: Would a nation with a large number of Muslims say “Christian” name? Response: Wikipedia reports, “The term Christian name is often used as a general synonym for given name.”

    * Criticism: Obama’s father’s village would be nearer Nairobi, not Mombasa. Response: Mombasa would have better facilities than Nairobi where Obama Sr. probably had few ties.

  8. rasjvnesta on August 10th, 2009 9:36 am

    i am a kenyan.alla i know is dat obama wasnt born in kenya though the father wa s a kenyan.i tend to wonder too how he got that cert,if he really has,n he was born abroad.n mimnd u ,he aint a kenyan citizen though a descedant

  9. Sunnstarr on August 25th, 2009 1:15 am

    Cross-reference the ‘Orly Taitz’ document with the ‘Lucas Smith’ birth certificate (See below.) and just wait for the experts in document forensics to speak.

    Make sure you are looking at the actual ‘original images released’. There are many people on the Internet playing games with these images. Ultimately, analysis of these documents will be performed on the actual paper originals and not photographs or scans.

    Take a look at the latest Youtube video released on August 22, 2009:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkWd2INPhL4

    If you follow enough of these websites, you’ll keep coming across the same names – people that are apparently on Obama’s or Acorn’s payroll that do nothing all day but spread disinformation.

    Seek out the truth! Under this mountain of deception and corruption lies the heart of clever Muslim using ‘Taquiya’ Trojan horse tactics and trying to run out the clock.

    The American people’s good nature and generosity of heart has been used against them – Just as predicted by a Russian leader so long ago.

    It’s not too late to take our country back. Stay positive. God bless America.

  10. jack smith on December 26th, 2009 4:23 pm

    I am a 59 year old white man I have seen and done most everything. But never have I seen such stupid voters to vote for a known foreigner muslim

  11. olivia on December 28th, 2009 4:39 pm

    Jack Smith – For a man of 59-years you are easily misguided by cold manipulation, hysterics, and lack of evidence. Religion doesn’t factor into anything, but even if it did there is not a shred of proof that Obama is Muslim, and plenty against it. There is no proof he is foreign. It is people like you that drag the IQ of the country down, and your appalling grammar as a 59-year-old man is further proof of this. Thank God people like you are so rarely taken seriously in our increasingly rational society.

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