Har Obama lavet en Castberg og romantiseret sit CV? I dette ret vigtige interview samler Diana West den dokumentation, der findes om præsident Obamas valgbarhed og fødselsattest. Konklusionen synes klar: Barak Obama skulle aldrig have været præsident. Det er meget bekymrende at høre disse ræsonnementer om bedrag og kriminalitet:
Diana West & Frank Gaffney on President Obama’s birth certificate – June 8, 2012
“Why are they treating us this way?” A Frank Gaffney interview from Secure Freedom Radio:
Diana West asks the question that the mainstream media has been intimidated into avoiding: is Barack Obama eligible to be president of the United States? Despite the results of Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Unit, which found that both Obama’s birth certificate and Selective Service Registration card had been forged, Obama’s behavior in the ’08 elections and the very words of the Constitution itself, the government has not allowed for a thorough and fair investigation into the issue of Obama’s eligibility. West urges citizens to not blindly accept the Obama administration’s word, but to question authority over what could be the “biggest potential crime in all of American history.”
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Spineless elite ignore Obama fraud
Diana West rips New Jersey judges who passed buck on eligibility issue
Earlier this spring, President Obama’s attorney Alexandra Hill went to court in New Jersey over a challenge to her client’s eligibility to appear on the 2012 presidential primary ballot.
New Jersey citizens, represented by attorney Mario Apuzzo, made two claims: that Barack Obama has not proved he meets the conditions for presidential eligibility (namely, that he is a “natural born citizen”), and that the proof Obama released attesting to his bona fides (an Internet image of his long-form birth certificate) is fraudulent.
The day free speech died
Diana West – May 31, 2012
Diana West tells of Brit sentenced to jail for speaking her mind on subway
Back in 2001, Britain’s political parties signed a fantastic pledge. They agreed to say nothing to “stir up racial or religious hatred, or lead to prejudice on grounds of race, nationality or religion.”
This gag order did more than keep the parties polite. Vital issues – from massive immigration and multiculturalism to their eradicating effects on British civilization – were officially banned. Thus, such concerns became impermissible thoughts. Not that such issues weren’t already thoughtcrime, as George Orwell would have put it. But this unprecedented pledge turned “violators” into political lepers.
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