Friday, November 5, 2010

Canadian (CSIS) role in forged Obama birth certificate?

'Jay McKinnon, a self-described Department of Homeland Security-trained document specialist, has implicated himself in the production of fake Hawaii birth certificate images similar to the one endorsed as genuine by the Barack Obama campaign, and appearing on the same Daily Kos blog entry where the supposedly authentic document appears ... In the course of my subsequent email exchange with McKinnon -- more on that in the next article -- he at last agreed to release the following statement: 'I believe there is overwhelming evidence that Senator Obama is a natural born US Citizen, and I have no evidence to contradict that belief.' He did not relate to the veracity of the Obama birth certificate images. This is Part 4 of a series. Here's where you can find Parts 12, and 3. Other articles about Barack Obama and his mysterious background are linked on the upper left of this article. In Part 5 (coming soon!), more on the email exchange with Jay McKinnon, some hints from him about 'Uncle Mark', a referral to the 'Canadian CIA,' [Maurice Strong at CIDA or CSIS or Frank McKenna at SIRC] and an attempt by him to downplay the importance of the purported online birth certificates, the authenticity of which he admits cannot be verified.'


Anonymous said...

Obama really was born in Hawaii, as his official birth certificate from Hawaii shows, and as the verifications of the Republican officials and Republican governor of Hawaii confirm.

There is not the slightest evidence that the posted document was forged. Only two guys who would not give their real names have claimed that it was forged. The officials in Hawaii have confirmed the facts on the document. (What would be the point in forging a document if the facts on it were exactly the same as what was in the files, which is what the officials have said.)

The McCain campaign checked out the allegations of forgery, as they checked out the allegations of birth in Kenya, and found them both false.

Marc Stinebaugh said...

Saying that the McCain campaign "checked out the allegations" is absurd as they are both easily controlled by the same network.