Wednesday, April 27, 2011

QUESTION: How Did Official Hawaiian Documents Record the Race of Blacks in 1961?

I raise this question because the long-form Certificate of Live Birth released by the White House today describes Obama Sr.'s race as "African."  That word is common in today's usage, but because political correctness has renamed many cultural groups over time, was that the designation used for all black babies born at Kapiolani Hospital in the 1960s?  Perhaps someone will release their birth certificate from that time as a comparison.  In the meantime, I'm still searching for an answer.

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Interestingly, in the September 1968 issue of Ebony Magazine, on page 27, there is an article titled "The Negro In Hawaii".  Throughout the article, the author never uses the term African, just "Negro."  The article offers a balanced debate about the pros and cons of being a "Negro" in paradise.  If black people of the 1960s era referred to themselves as "Negro," did the hospitals record the births of black babies as "Negro?"

Here's an excerpt from the article:
The interviewer asked how they would feel about having a Negro as a co-worker. The answer was unanimous: no problem. When asked how they would feel about a Negro as their immediate supervisor, again the answer was unanimous: no problem.

How they would feel if a Negro bought the house next door? A few had doubts, but again the majority fully accepted the possibility.

But then came the question: how would they feel if their daughter dated a Negro . . . or if she married a Negro. Suddenly the picture changed: the great majority drew the line here. They said, in effect, no dice.

How would they characterize Hawaii's attitude toward the Negro? Prejudiced, unprejudiced or partly prejudiced? They stated unanimously: partly prejudiced.

"People want equality for the Negro," said one, "so long as it doesn't affect them personally."

One local Caucasian believed that Hawaii tolerates the Negro because of the small number living here, but that the state still does not accept them.

So, if the state didn't accept black people, would it be reasonable to think that they probably listed a black child's race on a birth certificate as "Negro," rather than African?

What do you think?


  1. Erica:

    No need to wonder about what should have been used to describe "race" on the new fake:


    — definition from:
    1961 Vital Statistics of the United States;
    U. S. Dept. of Health Education, and Welfare;
    Public Health Service;
    National Center for Health Statistics;
    National Vital Statistics Division;

    Race and color

    Births in the United States in 1961 are classified for
    vital statistics into white, Negro, American Indian, Chinese,
    Japanese, Aleut, Eskimo, Hawaiian and Part-Hawaiian
    (combined), and "other nonwhite."

    The category "white" includes, in addition to persons
    reported as "white," those reported as Mexican or Puerto
    Rican. With one exception, a reported mixture of Negro with
    any other race is included in the Negro group; other mixed
    parentage is classified according to the race of the nonwhite
    parent and mixtures of nonwhite races to the race of the
    father. The exception refers to a mixture of Hawaiian and
    any other race, which is classified as Part-Hawaiian.
    In most tables a less detailed classification of "white" and
    "nonwhite" is used.


    This document is also fraudulent and several people are digging into it. It was produced with Adobe pdf v1.3 (Acrobat 4x) on a Mac OS X 10.6.7 Quartz PDFContext.

  2. surely there is a black person born in Hawaii some time in 1961, who supports Obama, who would be willing to show their birth certificate where they are listed as African to prove that this word was normal.

    Or you have to wonder how many black babies were born in Hawaii in that time where the dad was from Africa. It may be they had no idea how to describe him.

    Seems like bc's from that time can be produced from all sorts of different people that can prove or disprove the legitimacy of this certificate.

    Its all a scam anyway. Obama pulled it off. If he gets reelected, then its truly over and he will redefine nbc with an executive order.

  3. Thanks, JayJay, for the information. Very interesting and useful.

  4. Erica & All:

    A bit more information to show how corrupt the WH has become. They are now aiding and abetting felonious criminal document fraud. The first link shows the personal hand of Barky in the fraud and the other two show the WHBC document (which will no doubt be scrubbed soon) to be a complete fraud.

    The Crime Gang HAD to make the WHBC contain the same data as the first few forgeries collectively called the COLBs else they would be admitting the criminal act. As it is now they have ALL doubled-down on the fraud - including the MSM/TV dingbats that are screaming about how this latest fake proves exaxctly what the first fakes had on them ... those unthinking myrmidons of the Flying Monkeys are too stupid to realize what they're doing - NOT ignorant.

    Ignorance can be cured but stupid is forever!!!

  5. stop. hurting. america.

  6. What a load of road apples. Obama Sr. was from Kenya and was an ESL speaker, certainly goes for conversational American English. What if Obama Sr. told the hospital clerk that his race was ''African'' and that's why the clerk put it on the form?

  7. The state of Hawaii clarified this long ago. In recording race, official policy in Hawaii is to allow the individual to self-identify. That is, an individual's race is whatever that individual says it is.

    "Negro" is a distinctively American term for those of African descent. It is certainly not a term an African such as Obama, Sr., even had he heard it, would have used to describe himself.