Birth Certificate Forgery
courageous columnist tackles the birth certificate
Syndicated columnist and author Diana West tackles the media taboo
on the subject of the serious evidence that President Obama presented
to the nation an electronically-created document purporting to be his
actual birth certificate. In "Silence of the Lapdogs," she writes:
Warning: This column contains news of evidence of possible forgery
and fraud in the long-form birth certificate of the president of the United
States and - bonus - his Selective Service registration card.
I figure the warning is necessary to prevent Americans, particularly
Americans who work in news media and politics, from hurting
themselves on any hard, sharp facts that might poke through my
discussion of what is surely the biggest scandal to emerge around the
seemingly dodgy docs Barack Obama is using to verify his identity.
I refer to the logic- and history-defying news and political blackout of the
March 1 press conference called in Maricopa County, Ariz., by Sheriff
Joe Arpaio's Cold Case Posse.
I ask you: Have you read in your local paper about the technical
evidence that led the posse's three retired criminal investigators and two
attorneys to conclude that the birth certificate image White House
officials uploaded at the White House website on April 27, 2011, did not
originate in a paper format, but rather was created (forged) as an
electronic file on a computer?
It is not merely the mainstream media, but also much of the
conservative media which enforces the taboo on discussion of the
evidence that the President of the United States has, for unknown
reasons, decided to fiddle with the record of his birth. She quotes one
leading conservative editor:
"It's an issue on which people are being marginalized very easily and
very quickly at this point."
Marginalized by whom? The Soros-funded attack machine? The liberal-
dominated "mainstream media"? Fox News-dominated conservative
media? The Obama White House?
Clearly, something has us all on lockdown. That's much, much scarier
than even the amazing possibility that some con artist might be pulling
off the biggest scam in history.
One person who is not intimidated by the threat of marginalization is
Lord Christopher Monckton, who has become perhaps the world's
leading global warming skeptic. If he were worried about what others
would think of him, he would not have endured the years of scorn
accorded global warming skeptics.
On Dennis Miller's radio show Thursday Lord Christopher Monckton, a
former policy adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and an
activist against global warming "alarmism," went all-in on questioning
President Barack Obama's citizenship.
Monckton, the 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, hinted about his
position on the issue in April 2010 at a tea party rally on the National
Mall near the White House. But on Miller's show, he said the birth
certificate issue was far more important that combating so-called
anthropogenic global warming.
"I mean, hey you got a president who has a false birth certificate on the
Internet, on the White House website," Monckton said. "It's not even
clear where he was born. You've got a national debt which is rising into
the stratosphere. You've got unemployment certainly here in California
at 11 percent, 50 percent in the construction industry. These are real
problems. You've got real environmental problems - overfishing,
deforestation, pollution, not so much in the west but certainly in other
countries. These are real problems which ought to be addressed.
You've got poverty. You've got disease. These are again serious
problems in Africa for instance, that we could be helping with. But no,
we're obsessed with making the rich even richer and making the
absolute bankers richer still by going for global warming and cap-and-
trade and other nonsense of this kind."
Ms. West is courageous, because as a syndicated columnist, her
livelihood depends on the good will of the very media she criticizes. For
some people, the truth is more important than personal advantage.
One does not have to believe that Obama was born in Kenya to be
disturbed by the evidence of a digitally-constructed birth certificate being
passed off as authentic by a president. Those who are more worried
about their public image and about being attacked by the media and
political establishment than about getting at the truth will in the end be
judged by their actions. Facts are facts, and Sheriff Joe's cold case
posse has come up with facts that will not be silenced or controverted
by social pressure.
History will render its verdict on Obama, his critics, and his defenders.