Monthly Archives: May 2011

Something to hide – something to find

According to this report the Kenyan government was not able to find a birth certificate for Østupid. There are a few things in the report to emphasise:

1. The ministry of national heritage has commissioned a cultural museum in Kogolo (a bit of an overkill in my opinion). However, there has been a dispute about who is to provide the land which has placed the project on hold.

2. Mama Sarah (something like Frumma Sarah in the play “Fiddler on the Roof”) seems to be all over the place with her statements. There is, however, some confirmation that she did claim that Østupid was born in East Africa. It is just that no one can find any records to prove it.


****Something that has gone through my mind regarding the unreliability of Frummah Sarah, is that she did witness the birth of a son to a white woman, except that it was not Ann, but the next wife. It is possible that Frummah Sarah is so confused that she does not seem to be able to distinguish between the two women. If this is the case it would explain one discrepancy in her accounts of what took place. *****

3. The Kenyan government has decided to re-dedicate the tomb of the old drunk Barry sr. That project has been delayed because of wrangles over who owns the plot.

4. Mama Sarah has been living on the high hog, and has been going to such exotic destinations as Tripoli, where she met with Gadhafi….. how nice!! (perhpas that explains some of Østupid’s dithering and two-faced attitude over the subject of Libya)

5. and you will love this statement:

Philip J. Berg, a former Pennsylvania deputy attorney general, included a transcript of the taped Oct. 16, 2008, telephone interview and sworn affidavits in a filing with the U.S. Supreme Court after lower courts dismissed as frivolous his Aug. 21, 2008, complaint alleging Obama was born in Mombasa.

Critics point out many reasons to be skeptical of the recorded telephone conversation, including the possibility something was lost in the translation and the fact that, through her interpreter, she later clarified that her famous grandson was born in Hawaii, not Kenya. Nevertheless, two members of the Obamas’ Luo tribe who are fluent in the local Luo dialect, Swahili and English told WND that after carefully listening to the tape they believe she declared Barack Obama Jr. was born in Kenya and that she was present at the birth.

The discussion of Sarah Obama’s purported claim is found in reports by Kenya’s National Security Intelligence Service, or NSIS, and official letters indicating the Kenyan government investigated the possibility that President Obama was born in Kenya.

As WND reported, two letters purportedly written by Kenya’s immigration secretary during the 2008 U.S. presidential election campaign stated that officials in Nairobi could not find evidence Obama was born in Kenya. But the official said the government had “information” that relevant birth records may have been removed or were missing.

An “interim report” by the NSIS issued in September 2008 “concludes that a birth certificate in the name of Barack Hussein Obama may have been issued” in Kenya “but to confirm this would require a further thorough joint investigation” by the NSIS and Kenya’s Central Intelligence Department, or CID.

The report said that none of several investigations by various officers has been conclusive and that some leads require further investigation “because it appears some powerful forces as it were are hell bent in defeating this investigation.”

At the time of Obama’s birth, the procedure in Kenya was for the hospital to issue a “birth notification slip,” which would then be presented to municipal authorities by the person registering the birth.

“No such slip was found or proved to have existed,” the report says. “A thorough search at the old registry of the Mombasa Municipal Council did not yield anything. However, this does not remove any possibility that Barack Obama could have been born at the [Coast Provincial General Hospital].”

Meanwhile, a 2009 internal NSIS report (page 1 and page 2) said conflicting stories suggest the “the Obama family is trying to hide something but are not doing a very good job of it.” The report stated:

We have also investigated Mama Sarah to find out if she is speaking the truth but she had come out as vague and incongruent.

In one interview with Mama Sarah Obama our officers recorded that Mama Sarah says she cannot remember if she attended the birth of Barack Obama or visited his parents at the Coast Provincial General Hospital around the official birthday of Barack Obama. But she confessed to have had part of her family there at around the same time. Some of her brothers were already working in Mombasa.

In a second interview done much later, she says that she is sure Barack Obama was born in Mombasa because she was visiting her family there when he was born, and they were called to the CPGH (Coast Provincial General Hospital) where she met Barack Obama’s mother for the first time.

Yet in another interview Mama Sarah turned hostile and gave a conflicting testimony that Barack Obama was born in Hawaii and the family only got to hear or learn of the birth through a letter that Barack Obama’s father sent later.

All these conflicting testimonies point to the fact that the Obama family is trying to hide something but are not doing a very good job of it.

This means that we’re dealing with a situation that calls for caution and only a joint investigation would do.

The internal NSIS reports suggest the intelligence agency was considering subpoenaing Sarah Obama to testify under oath because “she has become a hostile witness to our investigations.”

The reporting investigator noted, however, that because of her stature, a subpoena would require permission from the minister for internal security and the attorney general, “and I can assure you this is not tenable at the moment.”

“I urge you to try to get information from her or elsewhere in the best way you can.

NSIS reports also refer to birth “records of interest” at the Lady Grigg Maternity Unit at the Coast Provincial General Hospital in Mombasa:

For instance, we noticed several alterations and quite a number of insertions that were irregular. Generally, the records bear no alterations and if there were, a certificate of alteration has to be issued against the alteration by the birth records office at the Mombasa district commissioner’s office.

I find it intriguing that neither Hawaii nor Kenya have birth records relating to the pResident in the White House. It still looks like a massive fraud has taken place. Like many, I do not accept the new certificate because it looks like a fraud, yet, I am happy to accept that he was born in Hawaii. It makes no sense that there was a birth in Mombassa, and that Ann hopped on a plane, virtually the next day to return to Hawaii, then turn up in Seattle within weeks of giving birth. It is more likely that she had a home birth in Hawaii, and that she then chose to take up studies in Seattle, away from the drunk womaniser Barry Sr. There is absolutely no evidence that they lived together, either before or after the birth of Barry. In other words I am happy to accept the immigration documents relating to Barry sr that indicate the August 4 birth in Hawaii.

Once again, the place of birth is irrelevant because Barry sr is the acknowledged father. As such, this means that Barry jr was not a natural born citizen, he had British citizenship at birth, and he was a dual citizen which means he cannot be classified as Natural Born Citizen. The 14th amendment would apply giving him the native born citizenship (just like my cousins who have an Australian mother) but that does not mean that he was eligible to be POTUS. Natural Born Citizenship as mentioned in your Constitution has a much higher meaning than that of native born.

Is she running? Will she run? Sarah Palin is the best possible candidate

If you did not know already, the one person I have really begun to like is Sarah Palin. Ever since she was announced as John McCain’s VP pick I have more or less taken notice. Oh yes, the Oz press was full of those more ridiculous stories criticizing the woman, but they never went looking behind the scenes to see if any of them were true… typical LSM. Then I found Hillbuzz, which I came across in a rather curious way, and I saw their defence of Sarah’s son Trig.  I have been a reader of Hillbuzz since early 2009. Then I had a month long visit in the USA and Canada in July 2009 and was introduced to Sarah via the TV. I was impressed with her – this is one woman who could respond to reporters without resorting to teleprompters and notes – yes that is what I saw with her interview. This was about a week before Sarah announced that she was stepping down as Governor of Alaska, which in my opinion was the right decision at the time.

There has been a lot of speculation regarding whether or not Sarah Palin is going to have a tilt at becoming the Republican candidate to contest the Presidency in 2012. If ever there was a woman who could do that role, it is Sarah Palin. On top of that if Col Allen West was her VP pick, then it would be the ideal partnership.  With Allen West there would be no more of this kowtowing to Islamists, since Allen West has shown himself to be someone who understands the nature of the beast.

Today, Hillbuzz has an article that contains a picture of Allen West and Sarah Palin at Rolling Thunder. It is a very natural picture, and yet it shows strength in both individuals.  However, it seems that the likes of Charles Krauthammer have started to go into overdrive with their negative comments that are meant to sow the seeds of doubt in peoples minds. The Daily Caller has an article about the latest diatribe from Charles Krauthammer.

Should Sarah announce her candidacy, I will be pleased that she is willing to take a punt on the race to beat Østupid. She is one person who has been very consistent with her remarks and her comebacks, and her push against his Marxist policies.

Two more Australian soldiers die in Afghanistan

This is the third Australian soldier death in Afghanistan within a week. The first soldier to die was killed by an IED. His body has just been returned home. Now comes the news of two more deaths. Here is the latest report on these incidents. What is really shocking is that in the second incident, where the soldier did not die at the scene, but he died later in hospital, he was shot by an Afghan National soldier. We are training these people!!!!! The circumstances of the incident are under investigation and the Afghan has not been apprehended. To this I add that another Afghan on the scene did attempt to shoot at the fleeing man.

I have been very proud of the fine job that has been done by Air Vice Marshall Angus Huston. It is always with pride that I can say that when I lived in Townsville for a period of a year, Angus and his family were my next door neighbours. He has been exemplary in this particular job, even though it has been very hard on him. Angus will be stepping down as chief of Defence by the end of June.


Here is an extended report on the deaths of the two Australian soldiers. It should be noted that the Australian soldier killed by the Afghan soldier was flown to a base where the medical assistance was provided by American doctors. He died of his injuries on the operating table.

What is interesting about the report is that it describes some of the security precautions that are put in place with regard to the Afghan soldiers. My question: was it enoough? How can anyone be sure about this Afghan? He was obviously a renegade. He was a new arrival at the base, and he got into an argument with the Australian and then shot him at least 3 times.

The other Australian to die was a helicopter pilot, whose Chinook had crashed. There were 5 others injured in the crash.  It should be noted that the pilot had been active with rescue work during the floods.

Signs of the downfall of a regime

Whilst the situation in Yemen has not yet been resolved (and Al Qaeda has taken over one town in the south), and the situation in Syria has been escalating, all eyes have remained on Libya. The so called Arab spring seems more like a springboard for Islamists to gain control of the Middle East. Whilst I still believe the National Transitional Council with regard to their motivations, I have always remained sceptical about Egypt, Tunisia, Syria, Yemen and a number of other M.E. countries where there have been uprisings. One could say that most of these people have been useful idiots. Libya remains a standout because of the nationalism that is involved (however, should the Salafists raise their ugly heads, then we will know the actual direction that things will take).

The example of the end of the Pavli  (sp) regime in Iran remains an example of what is normally expected when a dictatorship style of regime is about to fall. The Shah of Iran will be remembered for his secret police and the murders, imprisonments etc that occurred at the end, rather than the blossoming of the people. The same is true of Saddam Hussein – if he did any good, then that is forgotten by the fact that he secretly killed thousands in his dungeons.  Therefore when applying those standards to the situation that we are witnessing this year we can indeed show that in order for the regime to fall the following needs to happen:

1. Mass defections of the leadership

2. Mass defections of the military

When Pavli was sent into exile, the final step had been the defection of the military and his personal guard.  We also saw this when Muburak was hounded from office – the military told him to go. In the coming weeks I think we will see it in Syria and Yemen. Right now we are witnessing the defections in Libya.

In the past few weeks there have been some more high level defections. One of them was the man in charge of the Libyan oil company. Today there is an announcement that more than 100 people have defected including some generals and other army officers. One of the generals in this last group estimates that the strength of the armed forces remaining is about 20%. These officers have denounced the violence against women and fellow citizens in the various cities within Libya. They have called upon the remaining officers and military to do the same and abandon Gadhafi.

This abandonment by top military personnel should be the writing on the wall, but Daffy Duck in his mental state is being extremely stubborn. The head of the African Union, Zuma from South Africa, was engaged in talks yesterday. Nothing has changed because the African Union roadmap to peace had already been rejected by both NATO and the rebels. Gadhafi has lost all legitimacy to remain as leader in Libya. His military and his ambassadors have abandoned him. He needs to exit whilst he has the opportunity.

Once Daffy Duck has gone, we will then know more about the Libyan direction. The people in Benghazi do seem to be more pro-western. I assume that is because many of them have been educated in the U.K. or the USA. However, there are pockets of people who are Islamists and have associations with Al Qaeda. Will they try to take over the government? They might be too weak to have much influence, and only time will tell whether or not the Islamists will gain a foothold.  If the National Transitional Council is true to its word, then Libya will set the future standard for a Middle East style democracy.

However, there should be warning bells in regard to Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood have been very crafty in that they have pretended that they will not seek election, yet they have formed a political party. There is also evidence of a rise in the activity of the Salafists. Egypt is following very closely the path of Iran prior to the takeover by the Mullahs. Stupid people like the present WH regime cannot see that there is a very real danger and that should MB become successful that Egypt will align itself with Iran. This is very much on the cards.

Other very worrying signs come from Tunisia, where the revolution had come from the people, but the Islamists and Salafists have been gaining a foothold in the towns, imposing their will on the people, and seem determined to take power and then force women to wear the black sacks of nothingness.  They are doing this by forcing out those imams who are what I would call moderate, and replacing them with hardliners.

Whilst I have not been dealing all that much with Yemen and Syria, there are some developments, especially in Yemen. Saleh is also on the ropes, and he refuses to leave power in Yemen. Over the weekend Al Qaeda successfully took a town in the south of Yemen. However, there are some who believe that this happened with the consent of Saleh so that he could try to prove that without him in power Al Qaeda would take over the country (more Arab spring). I do not know if that is true. Yemen is another country where the military have been abandoning the regime and are sticking up for the people.

In 2009 when there was an uprising in Iran because the election was stolen by Ahmahnutjob, the world turned its back on the people. There were protests, which from the point of view of those involved were peaceful, until the basijj showed up and started up the violence. Hundreds of Iranians were killed, and thousands were injured. It was not until Neda was gunned down that there was any real world focus on the events. Even then Angela Merkel had to prompt Østupid to say something and to denounce the regime violence agaisnst the people, and then he went back to doing nothing, turning his back on the Iranian people because he wanted to be friends with the regime. The human rights abuses in Iran are shocking. People were dragged from their homes, many were beaten in the prisons, forced to sign false statements, and many young women and young men were raped (some never recovered from their injuries, with at least one being dumped in a ditch at the side of the road). Then the hangings behind closed doors began, and even now we do not know how many have been killed by the Iranian regime since 2009.  If the military had sided with the people perhaps we would have seen the end of the regime, but you have to keep in mind that the Grand Pooh-bah, expecting trouble, had imported members of Hezbollah to do his dirty work. Syria is using the same tactics, using the basijj to do the dirty work.

Gobbledy Gook – oh my (good for a laugh)

How do some Brits view the speechs of Østupid? Well you need to read this article and then have a good laugh. It is an absolute classic of nothingness and gobbledy-gook. You need to read all three questions and read the answers to the questions.

Two new thought provoking cartoons

Here are two links to Big Government where you will find these cartoons.

Read the first one very carefully. It is full of a cast of characters from American Allies Anonymous. It is what I think is very throught provoking and it shows the seriousness of what is happening around the world. Reset diplomacy? Not likely!!  American diplomacy has been on the skids since Østupid took office. The man is a moron (not to be confused with a Down’s Syndrome child who has more intelligence).

I think  you will like the second cartoon with the original commentary of the authors, especially scene 2.

Pakistan gets serious – arrests a former naval commando and his brother

Reuters is reporting that the Pakistani security officials have arrested two brothers – Kamran Ahmed and Zaman Ahmed – in relation to the attack on the naval base last week. The report has some interesting detail about the brothers and the ex-navy commando, including the fact that he was bounced from the navy because he attacked a senior officer and was declared mentally unfit for duty. Perhaps what they really meant was that Ahmed was showing signs of being an Islamist which is incompatible with being in the armed forces.

As usual, one has to read the details to find the extra little nuggets of information. In this case, the report indicates that Ahmed had supplied information about the naval base to a militant network. Also, Ahmed was suspected of involvement with an earlier attack upon an army base but was never arrested over that particular crime:

The Pakistani Taliban, which is allied to al Qaeda, claimed responsibility for the attack on the Mehran base, but many analysts believe they had inside help.

A group of between four and six militants besieged the base for 16 hours and destroyed two P-3C Orion aircraft from the Unites States, crucial for Pakistan’s maritime surveillance capabilities.

Pakistan has faced a wave of assaults over the last few years, many of them claimed by the Pakistani Taliban and other al Qaeda-linked militant groups.

In October 2009, a small group of militants attacked the Army’s General Headquarters in Rawalpindi, taking 42 people hostage, including several officers. By the end of the day-long siege, nine gunmen, 11 soldiers and three hostages were dead.

Impact of the G8 summit on Libya

The Gadhafi regime remains defiant. Their latest response is “we are an African country”, and we “do not listen to the G8”. However, the G8 communique was important because, for the first time Russia showed that it was losing patience with Gadhafi, and that it no longer saw Gadhafi as the legitimate leader of the country. However, it is the alternate National Transitional Council that continues to gain legitimacy in this situation. The leadership in Benghazi is not associated with Al Qaeda. Amongst the group are ex-members of the Gadhafi regime. In fact the spokesman for the NTC is an ex-official of the regime. Another of the officials had been living in the USA and had returned to Benghazi to assist with finance matters.

That being said, we now need to focus on any new attempts to engage in talks with Gadhafi via the African Union. South Africa’s Zuma is due to arrive in Tripoli for talks, and it is believed that an exit strategy will be discussed. Medvedev has also promised to send someone to Benghazi and to Tripoli for talks. The Benghazi National Transitional Council have advised that there can be no negotiations until Gadhafi leaves. (It is best to ignore anything that comes from Østupid because his opinions on the subject are virtually irrelevant. Daffy is not going to take notice of that extremely weak leader who also needs to go).

On the war front itself, nothing much has changed, except that I am learning more about some of the British military equipment that is being used. Their spy plane is really very impressive, and it is from this aircraft that much of the action is directed. Whilst there is relief in Misrata, the actual shelling of the town has not stopped. Neither has it stopped for Zintan and for other towns that have been under seige. On top of that the Daffy goons have continued to harass the population in Zawiyah and Tripoli, with an increase of arrests and beatings, and disappearances.

The situation in Libyan was certainly more extreme than in Syria and Yemen, as well as Tunisia and Egypt. However, the killing of the civilian populations in each of these countries should be roundly condemned. The Syrian situation continues to be serious, with the Iranians taking a much larger role in the crackdown and the murder of the civilians. Yemen is heading towards civil war, and Al Qaeda has successfully taken over one town. (I will address that situation elsewhere).

totally unrelated but…..

I am not a fan of Brad Pitt, and I do like Angelina Jolie as an actress. Normally, I would not read anything about them…  their love life… their supposed break-ups etc. etc. However, this news item caught my eye and I had a look.  Besides the pap in the article, what caught my attention was: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie homeschool their children!!  Now that is interesting.

The Arab Spring – Tunisia – onwards Islamist soldiers

Just spotted this article, and I think that it is a good warning for anyone who thinks that the Arab spring will lead to real democracy. The article speaks about a Tunisian who is secular, a man who is a creative director and who has been honoured for his work. In April he was stabbed in the head – minor wounds. Just recently a very serious threat was made against his life.

As we expect, the Arab spring is something different from what has been inferred. This is the case in Egypt where we are witnessing the rise of Muslim Brotherhood, as well as the rise of the Salafists who are connected to Al Qaeda.  What we had not seen had been a similar activity in Tunisia. It is way too soon to know about Libya since they are still trying to get rid of a very evil man, but we do know that there are elements of Al Qaeda in Libya, and what we do not know is their strength in the total community. Hopefully, someone will report more accurately on this particular subject.

However, this is about Tunisia, and the group known as Ennhada, which is Tunisia’s largest Islamist party. Here are parts of that story that are of interest:

But just a week later, the source of some of the hostility to him became clearer.

At an April 17 rally organised by Ennahda, Tunisia’s largest Islamist party, a speaker called for Bouzid to be “shot with a Kalashnikov”.

The audience, which included a senior Ennahda leader, responded with cries of “Allahu Akbar”.

Distracted by the dramas of Libya, Syria and Yemen, the world appears to have forgotten the place where it all started. It was Tunisians, on January 14, who kicked out their dictator and began the Arab Spring. Now, though, there is growing concern here that the birthplace of the democratic revolt will also be the first country to see Islamists take significant political power.

With elections for a body to draw up the constitution due in just eight weeks’ time – though they may be postponed – Ennahda, according to opinion polls, will be the largest single party, with around 30 per cent of the vote, giving it a pivotal role in shaping the new Tunisia.

Mokhtar Trifi, head of the country’s human rights league, says that manifestations of Islamic radicalism – forced veiling, forced prayer, and condemnations for apostasy – are rising, too, all over the country.

But Ennahda draws support from the less prosperous interior.

And in a fractured political spectrum, with a dozen new parties since the revolution, it has the priceless advantage of a history. Formed, under a different name, in 1981, banned in 1990, Ennahda was the main opposition to the authoritarian rule of Zine el Abidin Ben Ali, with hundreds of its members tortured and jailed.

“We fought against the dictatorship. We have branches all over the country. We are not totally prepared for the elections, but perhaps we are better prepared than the others.”

That preparation manifests itself in many different ways. Earlier this month, in the poor Tunis suburb of Ettadhamen, Ennahda activists organised patrols to protect residents from rioting and looting (the local police, despised truncheon-arm of the regime, had their station torched after the revolution, and are still nowhere to be seen).

And in mosques across the country, Ennahda is moving to take control.

“After the revolution, seven local fundamentalists from Ennahda came,” says Aziz Khasseba, a teacher who is fighting to stop what he says is an Ennahda takeover of the Ahmadi mosque in Boumhal, just south of Tunis.

“They created a committee to control the wellbeing of the mosque. They meet every night, behind closed doors. They want to replace the imam and we’ve got up a petition to stop it. Even in front of the lycees [schools], they’re telling young people what to wear. They’re taking advantage of the revolution.”

In the town of Sfax, Habib Maaloul, the former imam at the el-Manar mosque, told The Sunday Telegraph that he and 15 other local imams had been forced from their posts by Ennahda activists.

“I was afraid,” he said. “I could complain, but the government is weak, it doesn’t want to get into a confrontation with Ennahda.”

Though these tactics are classic Islamism, Ennahda insists that their purposes are entirely moderate and benign. “We say that Islam and modernity can live together in complete tranquillity,” says Arbaoui, the spokesman. “Since 1981 we have respected pluralism, choice, and democracy.”

Ennahda does not want to impose the veil, Sharia law or an alcohol ban, though another spokesman, Abdullah Zouari, admits that a ban may be a long-term goal.

But many Tunisians simply do not trust the party. “Our problem is the gap between what they say and what they do,” said Jribi, the liberal leader.

There’s one message in the media and another in the mosques, where they are doing a big campaign. There they say that Islam is a package, you have to take the whole package. For politicians to say that, that’s very dangerous.”

Halima Jouini, of the Association of Democratic Women, says: “They never talk about human rights for women. They never talk about the rates of unemployment among women, only the numbers of women who are left unmarried.”

I have tried to highlight some of the more disturbing information.  Although Tunisia is not Iran, it seems that the Ennhada resembles Muslim Brotherhood. The methods and the taqiyya are the same. There is the claim that they are moderate, but then they are doing sneaky things that indicates that they have a different aim from most of the country.

Tunisia could be the first country to fall to the Muslim Brotherhood, and it looks like Egypt will fall as well. Anyone who believes the MB propaganda is being totally naive about what to expect. In Tunis there is an opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood but they are weak. This is probably the same for Egypt.

At the same time there is some really bad news coming from Yemen, as that country edges closer to civil war. Al Qaeda is on the rise in Yemen. It is a seriously bad situation.