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7 AUGUST, 2018

LORRIN THURSTON'S STAR ADVERTISER
TODAY, IS FEATURING THE CLAIMED
BIRTH RECORD OF BARACK OBAMA.

https://www.newspapers.com/clip/22419146/aug_4_1961_barack_h_obama_born_in/

'PROBLEMS'

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2012/10/are_obamas_1961_newspaper_birth_announcements_fake.html


——> On June 28, 2008, Honolulu resident Thelma Lefforge Young passed away.
Mrs. Lefforge's address of 6085 Kalanianaole Hwy would soon appear on the
web in a August 13, 1961 Honolulu Sunday Advertiser birth announcement: 'Mr.
and Mrs. Barack H. Obama, 6085 Kalanianaole Hwy., son, August 4.'

Best evidence (hat tip: Butterdezillion) is that an image of the August 13
Honolulu Sunday Advertiser (with twenty-five birth listings) was first
posted on the web sometime around July 23, 2008 by a documentary filmmaker
named Lori Starfelt on a TexasDarlin blog. Starfelt's heroes include
Malcolm X, and her political writings include "More Americans Killed By
Right Wing Terrorists In The 90s Than Foreign Terrorists." Starfelt claimed
that while working on a film titled The Audacity of Democracy, she received
her copy from a nameless research librarian at the Hawaii State Library.
Starfelt's film was eventually released in 2009 to little or no fanfare.

In addition, Starfelt said she "talked" to Department of Vital Records and
the Honolulu Advertiser. She learned that in 1961, hospitals would take
their birth records to Vital Records, which would post a sheet at the end of
the week for the Honolulu Advertiser to pick up. The Advertiser would then
"routinely" print this information in their Sunday edition.

Starfelt calculated that since Obama was born on Friday, August 4, 1961, and
since hospitals didn't take birth certificate information for the first few
days after a birth, Obama's birth records would then be taken to Vital
Records on the following Friday (August 11, 1961). Hence, Obama's birth
announcement appeared in the 8/13 Honolulu Sunday Advertiser.

In fact, however, a ten-day sample of birth lists from the August 1961
Honolulu Advertiser, collected by blogger "Ladyforest," shows that births
were posted not just on Sunday, but throughout the week.

8/8 Tuesday - 50 births
8/9 Wednesday - 76 births
8/10 Thursday - 82 births
8/11 Friday - 0 births
8/12 Saturday - 0 births
8/13 Sunday - 25 births - Obama's birth announcement
8/14 Monday - 49 births
8/15 Tuesday - 0 (?) births
8/16 Wednesday - 67 births
8/17 Thursday - 203 births

Starfelt's credibility, and thus the credibility of the Advertiser birth
announcement, immediately comes into question. Did Starfelt make up the
story about births being posted at the end of the week by the Advertiser, or
was she misinformed by the Advertiser, the Hawaii Department of Vital
Records, or both? There is another confusing detail. The Nordyke twins
were born on Saturday, August 5, 1961, in the same hospital Obama was
reported to be born in, but their birth announcement appears in the
Wednesday, August 16 Advertiser.

Starfelt unfortunately passed away on March 16, 2011, just when the Donald
Trump/birth certificate debate was beginning to heat up. Starfelt's
memorial service was held in May 2011 at The Unitarian Universalist Church
in Studio City, California. Coincidently, Obama's grandparents, Madeline
and Stanley Dunham, were members of the Unitarian Universalist Church in
Seattle and Madeline Payne-Dunham's memorial service was held in 2008 at the
Unitarian Universalist Church in Hawaii.

At about the same time as Starfelt's July 2008 posting, a blogger named
"Infidel Granny" posted the same birth announcement image on an AtlasShrugs
blog. Infidel Granny claimed to have received her copy in an e-mail from
the same nameless research librarian who helped Starfelt from the Hawaii
State Library. Infidel Granny briefly resurfaced in 2009 in an AtlasShrugs
blog, where she opined, "I sure hope you don't think I had anything to do
with a forgery."

The origin of the second birth announcement is even more murky. The best
evidence (hat tip: Butterdezillion) is that sometime around August 13, 2008,
a Honolulu resident named "Koa" posted the August 14, 1961 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin birth announcement on TexasDarlin apparently after she found
it herself in the Hawaii State Library. The first twenty-five births in the
August 14 Honolulu Star-Bulletin announcements match exactly in the same
order as the twenty-five births from the August 13 Advertiser.

Were identical birth lists between the two papers common? Hawaii Health
Department spokeswoman Janice Okubo confirmed, in fact, that both 1961
newspapers received vital statistics from the Health Department, who in turn
had received its "information directly from hospitals."

A ten-day sample collected from blogger "Ladyforest" from the August 1961
Honolulu Star-Bulletin shows births posted with no apparent connection to
the ten-day sample from August 1961 Honolulu Advertiser shown above. Hence,
spokeswoman Okubo is discredited.

8/8 Tuesday - 56 births
8/9 Wednesday - 4 births
8/10 Thursday - 0 births
8/11 Friday - 0 births
8/12 Saturday - 17 births
8/13 Sunday - 21 births
8/14 Monday - 58 births - Obama's birth announcement
8/15 Tuesday - 0(?) births
8/16 Wednesday - 18 births
8/17 Thursday - 129 births

The Honolulu Advertiser added that "birth announcements from the public ran
elsewhere in both papers and usually included information such as the
newborn's name, weight and time of birth."

Where "elsewhere" is located is a mystery. No samples collected of the
August 1961 newspapers show the newborn's name, weight, or time of birth.

PolitiFact's Robert Farley added that a reporter named Will Hoover checked
with newspaper officials and "confirmed those notices came from the state
Department of Health," with Hoover explaining, "That's not the kind of stuff
a family member calls in and says, 'Hey, can you put this in?'" Farley then
pondered, "Take a second and think about that. In order to phony those
notices up, it would have required the complicity of the state Health
Department and two independent newspapers -- on the off chance this unnamed
child might want to one day be president of the United States."

Just how independent were the two newspapers? On June 1, 1962, less than a
year after Obama's birth, joint operations began between the two newspapers
under a company called the Hawaii Newspaper Agency, and then, after
occupying the same building for almost fifty years, on June 6, 2010, both
newspapers merged into one newspaper called the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Farley should take a second and question the "complicity" of the Hawaii
Health Department and two vaguely independent newspapers to "phony up"
August 1961 microfilms in the summer of 2008.

Samples from the two, at the time, "independent" Hawaii newspapers in August
1961 show that most births announcements fell in an eight-day range about a
week behind the date of the papers publication. For example, the Monday,
August 7 Honolulu Star-Bulletin births range from July 24 to July 31, August
14 Star-Bulletin births range from July 31 to August 7, and August 16
Advertiser births range from August 3 to 10.

All seventy-four births from the August 13 and 14 Honolulu Advertiser can be
found in the seventy-five births from the August 12 and 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin, and vice versa, in an unbelievably confusing and mishmash
manner. For no apparent reason, the identical birth lists were broken up
into smaller blocks ranging from two to twenty-five names, and then these
smaller blocks of names were randomly jumbled together with the birth names
within the smaller blocks, without exception, remaining in the same order:

1. The August 13 Honolulu Advertiser contains 25 births (#22 Obama) matching
exactly in order the first 25 births (out of 58) in the August 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin.

2. The August 14 Honolulu Advertiser contains 49 births, which can be
separated into seven blocks found in the August 12 and August 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin:

(1) 1-19 match August 14 Star-Bulletin # 3 (35-54)
(2) 20-21 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 4 (16-17)
(3) 22-26 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 3 (11-15)
(4) 27-29 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 1 (1-3)
(5) 30-33 match August 14 Star-Bulletin # 4 (55-58)
(6) 34-42 match August 14 Star-Bulletin # 2 (26-34)
(7) 43-49 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 2 (4-10)

3. Conversely, the August 12 Honolulu Star-Bulletin contains seventeen
births which can be separated into four blocks found in the August 14
Advertiser:

(1) 1-3 match August 14 Advertiser # 4 (27-29)
(2) 4-10 match August 14 Advertiser # 7 (43-49)
(3) 11-15 match August 14 Advertiser # 3 (22-26)
(4) 16-17 match August 14 Advertiser # 2 (20-21)

4. The August 13 Honolulu Star-Bulletin contains twenty-one births with no
matches to either the August 13 or August 14 Honolulu Advertiser and,
curiously, no birth dates after July 31. At least three of the birth
announcements can be found in the August 17 Honolulu Advertiser.

5. The August 14 Honolulu Star-Bulletin contains 58 births (#22 Obama) which
can be separated into 4 blocks found in the August 13 and 14 Advertiser:

(1) 1-25 match August 13 Advertiser # 1 (1-25)
(2) 26-34 match August 14 Advertiser # 6 (34-42)
(3) 35-53 match August 14 Advertiser # 1 (1-19)
(4) 54-58 match August 14 Advertiser # 5 (30-33)

A few questions need to be asked. Why were blocks of identical names
between the two newspapers jumbled together in a hodgepodge manner when
identical birth lists were given to the newspapers by Hawaii Vital Records?
Did someone from the Hawaii Newspaper Agency in the summer of 2008
intentionally cut and paste blocks in a random fashion in order to sow
confusion into "phonied up" August 12, 13, 14, 1961 microfilms?

In the August 14 Advertiser (#22 Obama), birth announcements #56 and #57
repeat for "Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Kamalu Jr., 3427-A McCorriston Street,
son. August 6."

A few more questions need to be asked. Why is there a repeating birth
announcement? Why does the birth announcement repeat in only one of the
birth lists when, once again, identical birth lists were given to the
newspapers by Hawaii Vital Records?

As noted, the twenty-five births from the August 13 Advertiser match exactly
in the same order the first twenty-five births of the August 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin.

In the August 13 Advertiser, the announcements seem to be listed randomly
until the thirteenth posting -- "Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker, daughter, Aug
7." From there, the births clump together in descending order by date of
birth, all August: 7, 7, 6, 6, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 4, 4, 4, 4. The pattern
continues through the twenty-second posting -- "Mr. and Mrs. Barack H.
Obama, son, Aug 4" -- and ends with the twenty-fifth and final listing, "Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Wong, son, Aug 4."

The August 14 Star-Bulletin (#22 Obama) birth list likewise begins randomly
with the descending pattern starting with the thirteenth posting -- "Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Walker, daughter, Aug 7" -- but then runs longer to the
thirty-fourth posting, "Mr. and Mr. Raymond, son born on Aug 3" -- i.e.,
August 7, 7, 6, 6, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3.
After #34, the births appear to be randomly listed with a tendency to
sometimes be clumped together by date of birth.

Even more questions need to be asked. Why does a descending pattern
suddenly appear in a birth list otherwise randomly ordered in both papers?
Why does the same descending pattern found in the August 13 Advertiser birth
list run from entry #13 to entry # 25 and then from #13 to #34 (out of 58)
in the August 14 Star-Bulletin birth list? What are the odds that an
orderly descending pattern involving twenty-two names would naturally emerge
in an otherwise random list?

Assuming an eight-day range (August 1-8) and a pattern beginning on August
7, the only two dates which continue a descending pattern are 7 and 6. The
chances that a 7 or 6 would be picked from the dates (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8) is 2/8, or 1/4. If a 6 was picked, then the chances that a 6 or 5 would
be picked, continuing the descending pattern, are 2/8, or 1/4, and so on.
The odds, then, that a continuous pattern starting on August 7 would run for
twelve more dates is (1/4)^12 = 1 in 16,777,216. The odds the pattern would
run for another nine dates (for a total of twenty-one) in the second birth
announcement is (1/4)^12 x (1/4)^9 = (1/4)^21 = 1 in 4,400,000,000,000.

A comparison of the August 1961 Sunday Advertiser and the corresponding next
Monday's Advertiser and Star-Bulletin (i.e., August 6 and 7, August 20 and
21, August 27 and 28) would show if it was a normal occurrence for birth
lists (1) to incorporate a jumbled mishmash of blocks of identical names,
(2) to contain repeating names, and (3) to contain orderly descending
patterns.

A partial list of thirty-nine births from the Monday August 7 Star-Bulletin
microfilm contains no repeating names and no continuous descending patterns
longer than two births.

Despite the confusion and uncertainty surrounding the two newspaper birth
announcements, FOX news anchor Bill O'Reilly stated that although he is
"very busy," he has in fact himself "looked into the birth certificate" and
"found out there were two separate birth announcements made in Honolulu
newspapers on the day Barack Obama was born." Huh?

O'Reilly then estimated off the top of his head the "odds" that someone was
"conspiritorializing" the birth of a "little mixed-race baby" and "planted"
two newspaper birth announcements in 1961 are about "29 gazillion to one."
Someday, when O'Reilly isn't too busy, he might try calculating the odds
that, during the summer of 2008, a fake birth certificate was planted on a
Saul Alinsky-inspired website, and two fake 1961 newspaper birth
announcements were planted on the web by a complicit Hawaii Health
Department, two "independent" newspapers, two anonymous bloggers, and by an
unknown filmmaker who believed that more Americans were killed in the 1990s
by right-wing terrorists than by foreign terrorists.
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Best evidence (hat tip: Butterdezillion) is that an image of the August 13
Honolulu Sunday Advertiser (with twenty-five birth listings) was first
posted on the web sometime around July 23, 2008 by a documentary filmmaker
named Lori Starfelt on a TexasDarlin blog. Starfelt's heroes include
Malcolm X, and her political writings include "More Americans Killed By
Right Wing Terrorists In The 90s Than Foreign Terrorists." Starfelt claimed
that while working on a film titled The Audacity of Democracy, she received
her copy from a nameless research librarian at the Hawaii State Library.
Starfelt's film was eventually released in 2009 to little or no fanfare.

In addition, Starfelt said she "talked" to Department of Vital Records and
the Honolulu Advertiser. She learned that in 1961, hospitals would take
their birth records to Vital Records, which would post a sheet at the end of
the week for the Honolulu Advertiser to pick up. The Advertiser would then
"routinely" print this information in their Sunday edition.

Starfelt calculated that since Obama was born on Friday, August 4, 1961, and
since hospitals didn't take birth certificate information for the first few
days after a birth, Obama's birth records would then be taken to Vital
Records on the following Friday (August 11, 1961). Hence, Obama's birth
announcement appeared in the 8/13 Honolulu Sunday Advertiser.

In fact, however, a ten-day sample of birth lists from the August 1961
Honolulu Advertiser, collected by blogger "Ladyforest," shows that births
were posted not just on Sunday, but throughout the week.

8/8 Tuesday - 50 births
8/9 Wednesday - 76 births
8/10 Thursday - 82 births
8/11 Friday - 0 births
8/12 Saturday - 0 births
8/13 Sunday - 25 births - Obama's birth announcement
8/14 Monday - 49 births
8/15 Tuesday - 0 (?) births
8/16 Wednesday - 67 births
8/17 Thursday - 203 births

Starfelt's credibility, and thus the credibility of the Advertiser birth
announcement, immediately comes into question. Did Starfelt make up the
story about births being posted at the end of the week by the Advertiser, or
was she misinformed by the Advertiser, the Hawaii Department of Vital
Records, or both? There is another confusing detail. The Nordyke twins
were born on Saturday, August 5, 1961, in the same hospital Obama was
reported to be born in, but their birth announcement appears in the
Wednesday, August 16 Advertiser.

Starfelt unfortunately passed away on March 16, 2011, just when the Donald
Trump/birth certificate debate was beginning to heat up. Starfelt's
memorial service was held in May 2011 at The Unitarian Universalist Church
in Studio City, California. Coincidently, Obama's grandparents, Madeline
and Stanley Dunham, were members of the Unitarian Universalist Church in
Seattle and Madeline Payne-Dunham's memorial service was held in 2008 at the
Unitarian Universalist Church in Hawaii.

At about the same time as Starfelt's July 2008 posting, a blogger named
"Infidel Granny" posted the same birth announcement image on an AtlasShrugs
blog. Infidel Granny claimed to have received her copy in an e-mail from
the same nameless research librarian who helped Starfelt from the Hawaii
State Library. Infidel Granny briefly resurfaced in 2009 in an AtlasShrugs
blog, where she opined, "I sure hope you don't think I had anything to do
with a forgery."

The origin of the second birth announcement is even more murky. The best
evidence (hat tip: Butterdezillion) is that sometime around August 13, 2008,
a Honolulu resident named "Koa" posted the August 14, 1961 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin birth announcement on TexasDarlin apparently after she found
it herself in the Hawaii State Library. The first twenty-five births in the
August 14 Honolulu Star-Bulletin announcements match exactly in the same
order as the twenty-five births from the August 13 Advertiser.

Were identical birth lists between the two papers common? Hawaii Health
Department spokeswoman Janice Okubo confirmed, in fact, that both 1961
newspapers received vital statistics from the Health Department, who in turn
had received its "information directly from hospitals."

A ten-day sample collected from blogger "Ladyforest" from the August 1961
Honolulu Star-Bulletin shows births posted with no apparent connection to
the ten-day sample from August 1961 Honolulu Advertiser shown above. Hence,
spokeswoman Okubo is discredited.

8/8 Tuesday - 56 births
8/9 Wednesday - 4 births
8/10 Thursday - 0 births
8/11 Friday - 0 births
8/12 Saturday - 17 births
8/13 Sunday - 21 births
8/14 Monday - 58 births - Obama's birth announcement
8/15 Tuesday - 0(?) births
8/16 Wednesday - 18 births
8/17 Thursday - 129 births

The Honolulu Advertiser added that "birth announcements from the public ran
elsewhere in both papers and usually included information such as the
newborn's name, weight and time of birth."

Where "elsewhere" is located is a mystery. No samples collected of the
August 1961 newspapers show the newborn's name, weight, or time of birth.

PolitiFact's Robert Farley added that a reporter named Will Hoover checked
with newspaper officials and "confirmed those notices came from the state
Department of Health," with Hoover explaining, "That's not the kind of stuff
a family member calls in and says, 'Hey, can you put this in?'" Farley then
pondered, "Take a second and think about that. In order to phony those
notices up, it would have required the complicity of the state Health
Department and two independent newspapers -- on the off chance this unnamed
child might want to one day be president of the United States."

Just how independent were the two newspapers? On June 1, 1962, less than a
year after Obama's birth, joint operations began between the two newspapers
under a company called the Hawaii Newspaper Agency, and then, after
occupying the same building for almost fifty years, on June 6, 2010, both
newspapers merged into one newspaper called the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Farley should take a second and question the "complicity" of the Hawaii
Health Department and two vaguely independent newspapers to "phony up"
August 1961 microfilms in the summer of 2008.

Samples from the two, at the time, "independent" Hawaii newspapers in August
1961 show that most births announcements fell in an eight-day range about a
week behind the date of the papers publication. For example, the Monday,
August 7 Honolulu Star-Bulletin births range from July 24 to July 31, August
14 Star-Bulletin births range from July 31 to August 7, and August 16
Advertiser births range from August 3 to 10.

All seventy-four births from the August 13 and 14 Honolulu Advertiser can be
found in the seventy-five births from the August 12 and 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin, and vice versa, in an unbelievably confusing and mishmash
manner. For no apparent reason, the identical birth lists were broken up
into smaller blocks ranging from two to twenty-five names, and then these
smaller blocks of names were randomly jumbled together with the birth names
within the smaller blocks, without exception, remaining in the same order:

1. The August 13 Honolulu Advertiser contains 25 births (#22 Obama) matching
exactly in order the first 25 births (out of 58) in the August 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin.

2. The August 14 Honolulu Advertiser contains 49 births, which can be
separated into seven blocks found in the August 12 and August 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin:

(1) 1-19 match August 14 Star-Bulletin # 3 (35-54)
(2) 20-21 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 4 (16-17)
(3) 22-26 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 3 (11-15)
(4) 27-29 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 1 (1-3)
(5) 30-33 match August 14 Star-Bulletin # 4 (55-58)
(6) 34-42 match August 14 Star-Bulletin # 2 (26-34)
(7) 43-49 match August 12 Star-Bulletin # 2 (4-10)

3. Conversely, the August 12 Honolulu Star-Bulletin contains seventeen
births which can be separated into four blocks found in the August 14
Advertiser:

(1) 1-3 match August 14 Advertiser # 4 (27-29)
(2) 4-10 match August 14 Advertiser # 7 (43-49)
(3) 11-15 match August 14 Advertiser # 3 (22-26)
(4) 16-17 match August 14 Advertiser # 2 (20-21)

4. The August 13 Honolulu Star-Bulletin contains twenty-one births with no
matches to either the August 13 or August 14 Honolulu Advertiser and,
curiously, no birth dates after July 31. At least three of the birth
announcements can be found in the August 17 Honolulu Advertiser.

5. The August 14 Honolulu Star-Bulletin contains 58 births (#22 Obama) which
can be separated into 4 blocks found in the August 13 and 14 Advertiser:

(1) 1-25 match August 13 Advertiser # 1 (1-25)
(2) 26-34 match August 14 Advertiser # 6 (34-42)
(3) 35-53 match August 14 Advertiser # 1 (1-19)
(4) 54-58 match August 14 Advertiser # 5 (30-33)

A few questions need to be asked. Why were blocks of identical names
between the two newspapers jumbled together in a hodgepodge manner when
identical birth lists were given to the newspapers by Hawaii Vital Records?
Did someone from the Hawaii Newspaper Agency in the summer of 2008
intentionally cut and paste blocks in a random fashion in order to sow
confusion into "phonied up" August 12, 13, 14, 1961 microfilms?

In the August 14 Advertiser (#22 Obama), birth announcements #56 and #57
repeat for "Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Kamalu Jr., 3427-A McCorriston Street,
son. August 6."

A few more questions need to be asked. Why is there a repeating birth
announcement? Why does the birth announcement repeat in only one of the
birth lists when, once again, identical birth lists were given to the
newspapers by Hawaii Vital Records?

As noted, the twenty-five births from the August 13 Advertiser match exactly
in the same order the first twenty-five births of the August 14 Honolulu
Star-Bulletin.

In the August 13 Advertiser, the announcements seem to be listed randomly
until the thirteenth posting -- "Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker, daughter, Aug
7." From there, the births clump together in descending order by date of
birth, all August: 7, 7, 6, 6, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 4, 4, 4, 4. The pattern
continues through the twenty-second posting -- "Mr. and Mrs. Barack H.
Obama, son, Aug 4" -- and ends with the twenty-fifth and final listing, "Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Wong, son, Aug 4."

The August 14 Star-Bulletin (#22 Obama) birth list likewise begins randomly
with the descending pattern starting with the thirteenth posting -- "Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Walker, daughter, Aug 7" -- but then runs longer to the
thirty-fourth posting, "Mr. and Mr. Raymond, son born on Aug 3" -- i.e.,
August 7, 7, 6, 6, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3.
After #34, the births appear to be randomly listed with a tendency to
sometimes be clumped together by date of birth.

Even more questions need to be asked. Why does a descending pattern
suddenly appear in a birth list otherwise randomly ordered in both papers?
Why does the same descending pattern found in the August 13 Advertiser birth
list run from entry #13 to entry # 25 and then from #13 to #34 (out of 58)
in the August 14 Star-Bulletin birth list? What are the odds that an
orderly descending pattern involving twenty-two names would naturally emerge
in an otherwise random list?

Assuming an eight-day range (August 1-8) and a pattern beginning on August
7, the only two dates which continue a descending pattern are 7 and 6. The
chances that a 7 or 6 would be picked from the dates (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8) is 2/8, or 1/4. If a 6 was picked, then the chances that a 6 or 5 would
be picked, continuing the descending pattern, are 2/8, or 1/4, and so on.
The odds, then, that a continuous pattern starting on August 7 would run for
twelve more dates is (1/4)^12 = 1 in 16,777,216. The odds the pattern would
run for another nine dates (for a total of twenty-one) in the second birth
announcement is (1/4)^12 x (1/4)^9 = (1/4)^21 = 1 in 4,400,000,000,000.

A comparison of the August 1961 Sunday Advertiser and the corresponding next
Monday's Advertiser and Star-Bulletin (i.e., August 6 and 7, August 20 and
21, August 27 and 28) would show if it was a normal occurrence for birth
lists (1) to incorporate a jumbled mishmash of blocks of identical names,
(2) to contain repeating names, and (3) to contain orderly descending
patterns.

A partial list of thirty-nine births from the Monday August 7 Star-Bulletin
microfilm contains no repeating names and no continuous descending patterns
longer than two births.

Despite the confusion and uncertainty surrounding the two newspaper birth
announcements, FOX news anchor Bill O'Reilly stated that although he is
"very busy," he has in fact himself "looked into the birth certificate" and
"found out there were two separate birth announcements made in Honolulu
newspapers on the day Barack Obama was born." Huh?

O'Reilly then estimated off the top of his head the "odds" that someone was
"conspiritorializing" the birth of a "little mixed-race baby" and "planted"
two newspaper birth announcements in 1961 are about "29 gazillion to one."
Someday, when O'Reilly isn't too busy, he might try calculating the odds
that, during the summer of 2008, a fake birth certificate was planted on a
Saul Alinsky-inspired website, and two fake 1961 newspaper birth
announcements were planted on the web by a complicit Hawaii Health
Department, two "independent" newspapers, two anonymous bloggers, and by an
unknown filmmaker who believed that more Americans were killed in the 1990s
by right-wing terrorists than by foreign terrorists.




QUEEN'S MEDICAL: Refused To Validate Obama Birth !


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DATELINE: 1893 / 2018

QUEEN'S MEDICAL REFUSED TO VALIDATE OBAMA
BIRTH CERTIFICATE.

THEY THEN CHANGED OBAMA'S BIRTH
TO KAPIOLANI.

OBAMA CLAIMED TO BE BORN IN KENYA,
OBAMA CLAIMED TO BE BORN IN TWO DIFFERENT (2) HOSPITALS.

THEY THEN CHANGED IT KAPIOLANI

*** [1893 HAWAII QUEEN]: 5 YEARS HARD LABOR SENTENCE.

http://www.exorcist.org.nz/hawaii_intrigue.mp4

http://www.exorcist.org.nz/krakatoa_1.mp3

QUEEN'S MEDICAL ISSUE:
http://www.exorcist.org.nz/krakatoa_2.mp3

http://www.exorcist.org.nz/krakatoa_3.mp3

*** [1893 HAWAII QUEEN]: 5 YEARS HARD LABOR SENTENCE.


ALEX JONES:
http://www.infowars.com
http://www.prisonplanet.com









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Maangai Kaawanatanga - Tainui Kiingitanga - Te Aotearoa
http://www.exorcist.org.nz Ko te Mana Motuhake
http://www.exorcist.org.nz/iankahi_eriya_nation_john_frum.html
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General George Catlett Marshall -

" But Marshall, charged with the safety of those
who died at Pearl Harbor, first said he was riding
horseback, then changed that story to say he was
with his wife. However Arthur Upham Pope, in his
book containing a diary of Litvinoff (who in 1941
was Russian Ambassador) states that Marshall,
on the morning of December 7, 1941,
was at the airport meeting Litvinoff. "

-- U.S. Senator Joseph Mc Carthy
Melanesian Campaign (W.W. 2)
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