Monday, February 1, 2010

Oh dear! Is This an Official Kenyan Road Sign Commemorating Obama's Birthplace?

[Update:  Truth about the sign revealed!  Read the story at WorldNetDaily.]

Is this for real, or is this an elaborate joke?  While you ponder that question, consider this quandry reported by

Unveiled! Hawaii's 1961 long-form birth certificates
by Jerome Corsi
 Images of two 1961 Hawaii birth certificates similar to the one President Obama purportedly has on file have now been unveiled. 

The Honolulu Advertiser published photostats of the original long-form birth certificates of twin daughters born to Eleanor Nordyke at Kapi'olani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital Aug. 5, 1961, one day after Obama was supposedly born at the same facility.

The Nordykes' certificates include information missing from the short-form document for Obama published online, including the name of the hospital, the name of the attending physician, name and address of the parents, the race of the parents and the race of the baby.
You decide where the truth rests.

So many unanswered questions.
So many coverups.

[UPDATE:  After posting this image I discovered that Google offers a tool called Google Translate, so I used it to see if the characters match those we see on the sign. I suggest you give it a try as well.  I know nothing about Arabic, but the translated results looked different, although the characters were so tiny I  could barely distinguish them.  Considering the public's demand for the truth, it wouldn't surprise me if this sign is somewhere in the U.S.  If so, someone went to a lot of trouble, which at the very least indicates that this issue will not go away until we get some transparency from our opaque President.]


  1. At the very least, it shows someone has a lively sense of humor!!

  2. Bob, America is not an country of Arabs (yet) - but there are those ethnic groups and Muslims living here and citizens. What about commentators that "put out junk"?

  3. The arabic immediately to the lower right of 'Kenya', when read from left to right, as the creators of this image seem to think Arabic is written, are Ha, Alef, Waw, Alef, Yeh. If, like this image's creators I was borderline retarded, I might pronounce it Ha-Wa-Ee. It pains me that I would even have to point out this is a joke.