This is how the media use to function before they became full time slaves to Rothschild, Rockefeller, and recently Soros. Look at the detailed research!
I found all this on not the NY Times or CBS news, but on The Consider Freedom Blog.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Did S. Ann Dunham, mother of barack hussein obama, immigrate him to Indonesia and did he become an Indonesian citizen?
Evidence suggests that she might have:
Note that the president's mother's first given name is "Stanley". It can be a bit confusing when you're looking at the paperwork. She was named for her father and her mother: "Stanley Ann".
Note in the document above, the child Barack Hussein Obama (Soebarkah) is to be removed from his mother's passport.
We don't know why because the President won't tell us, but additional evidence suggests that Lolo Soetoro adopted him and that young Obama became an Indonesian citizen.
Once in Indonesia, Barack Hussein Obama, quite possibly adopted legally by Lolo Soetoro, his step father, is enrolled in an Indonesian state school (Muslim school) under the name "Barry Soetoro".
The relationship between the US and Indonesia was very tense in the 1960's and it's likely that adoption was the only way that little Barack/Barry could enter a state school in Indonesia. Indonesia does not allow dual citizenship.
Sept. 18, 1962
Lolo Soetoro, a 32-year-old citizen of Indonesia, was admitted to the United States as an exchange visitor under Section 212(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act to participate in graduate studies at the Center for Cultural Technical Interchange Between East and West, University of Hawaii.
Lolo Soetoro's program at the University of Hawaii terminated June 15, 1964. On June 19, 1964, the universitygranted permission for him to remain in the United States for practical training until June 15, 1965.
March 20, 1964
Stanley Ann Dunham Obama divorced Barack Hussein Obama in the Circuit Court of the First Circuit, State of Hawaii.
March 24, 1965
Ann Dunham marries Lolo Soetoro in Molokai, Hawaii, as documented by Certificate of Marriage, License No. 80296, State of Hawaii, Department of Health, Research, Planning and Statistics Office
July 19, 1965
Stanley Ann Dunham is issued Passport No. F777788 by U.S. Department of State (passport application destroyedby State Department in 1980s). It is unknown whether Dunham had a U.S. passport prior to 1965, because the State Department claims her passport records prior to 1968 were destroyed in the 1980s in accordance with unspecified "guidance" from the General Services Administration.
Dec. 12, 1966
Application by Lolo Soetoro to obtain a waiver of the foreign-residency requirements of the student visa that allowed him to come to Hawaii to attend the University of Hawaii is denied, as documented by letter dated Dec. 12, 1966, from John F. O'Shea, district director, U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service. Soetoro argues that the hostility in Indonesia made it unsafe for his wife to travel to Indonesia and that the separation caused by forcing him to return to Indonesia would be a financial hardship for his wife. The Immigration and Naturalization Service rejected the argument, saying in Mr. O'Shea's letter Dec. 12, 1966, that the hardship Soetoro described was "usual" in such cases.
July 20, 1966
Lolo Soetoro leaves Hawaii to return to Indonesia, according to multiple references within Department of Justice and Immigration and Naturalization Service documents.
June 29, 1967
Dunham applies to the State Department to amend her U.S. Passport No. F777788 to change her name from Stanley Ann Dunham to her married name Stanley Ann Soetoro. The marriage to Lolo Soetoro is listed on the amendment form as having occurred March 13, 1965, in Molokai, Hawaii.
Ann Dunham Soetoro travels from Honolulu, Hawaii, to Jakarta, Indonesia, via Japan Airlines, using U.S. Passport No. 777788, documented by a request by Dunham Soetoro to obtain an exception allowing her to travel on an expired passport. The request was granted by the State Department Oct. 21, 1971.
Barack Obama accompanies his mother, traveling as a child named on her U.S. Passport No. 777788. Obama incorrectly identifies the 1967 flight with his mother to Indonesia as being on a Pan Am jet, and he recalls a three-day stopover in Japan (Source: Dreams from My Father, page 31). State Department records list no other travel to Indonesia by Dunham Soetoro from 1967 to 1971.
Aug. 13, 1968
Dunham Soetoro applies from Jakarta, Indonesia, to the U.S. State Department to renew her Passport No. F777788, issued July 19, 1965, for an additional two years. The passport is renewed until July 18, 1970, five years from its issuance.
In the same application, she amends her Passport No. F777788 to exclude her child, identified as Barack Hussein Obama (Soebarkah), from her U.S. passport.
Aug. 15, 1970
Obama's half-sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, was born to Lolo Soetoro and Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro in Indonesia.
1971, unidentified date
Barack Obama lived in Indonesia for "over three years by that time," discussing a visit with his mother to the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta at an unspecified time before he returned to the U.S. (Source: Dreams from My Father, p. 30).
"In Indonesia, I had spent two years at a Muslim school, two years at the Catholic school" (Source: "Dreams from My Father," p. 154).
Obama was in Indonesia from the time he was 6 years old until age 10, from 1967 to 1971.
On an unspecified date in 1971: Barack Obama returns from Indonesia to Hawaii alone, unaccompanied by his mother (Source: "Dreams from My Father," p. 53). Obama asserts he hands his grandparents his U.S. passport upon arrival in Honolulu (Source: Dreams from My Father, p. 54).
Nothing in the released Freedom of Information State Department documents indicates Dunham Soetoro assisted her son in obtaining a U.S. passport in Indonesia after she amended her passport to remove his name.
To date, Obama has refused to release to the U.S. public his State Department passport records and international travel documentation.
Oct. 21, 1971
U.S. Department of State allows Dunham Soetoro to enter the United States on her expired passport No. F777788. The State Department exception form notes the departure from the U.S. related to the trip was the Oct. 1967 flight Dunham Soetoro took to Indonesia from Hawaii on Japan Airways.
Oct. 20-21, 1971
Dunham Soetoro departs from Jakarta, Indonesia, on Pan American Airlines Flight No. 812, arriving Oct. 21, 1971, in Honolulu, Hawaii, traveling on the exception granted by the State Department on Oct. 21, 1971, to use her expired passport No. F777788.
End of October 1971
Barack Obama Sr. travels from Kenya to Honolulu to attend a school reunion at the University of Hawaii and to visit his son and ex-wife.
Obama's father travels to Hawaii two weeks after his mother travels from Indonesia to Hawaii; father returns to Kenya and mother returns to Indonesia after New Year's Day, Jan. 1, 1972 (Source: "Dreams from My Father," p. 62).
Did Obama's mother remove him from her passport to establish him as an Indonesian citizen, both for his safety and his acceptance in Indonesian schools?
If Dunham had wanted her son to retain U.S. citizenship, she could have kept him on her passport and avoided the trouble of filing an amendment with the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta.
On Aug. 13, 1968, the date Dunham filed the amendment, there was no reason to anticipate she would send her son home alone, something she did not decide to do until three years later, in 1971.
In her own handwriting on the passport amendment, Dunham declared, "I intend to continue to reside abroad for the following period and purpose," stating her stay in Indonesia is "indefinite" because she is "married to an Indonesian citizen."
Lolo Soetoro also appears to have had an influence on convincing Dunham to change her mind about sending Obama to school in Indonesia. Both were worried about that prospect when they were pleading for Lolo not to be forced home in 1966.
A letter to the file by INS/DOJ investigator Robert R. Schultz, dated May 24, 1967, documents a telephone call he had with Dunham in Hawaii on May 12, 1967.
"She also indicated that her son is now in Kindergarten and will commence the first grade next September and if it is necessary for her and the child to go to Indonesia she will educate the child at home with the help of school texts from the U.S. as approved by the Board of Education in Honolulu," Schultz wrote.
Obama would not have needed Indonesian citizenship to study in Jakarta at home with his mother.
Clearly, from the registration record from the Assisi school, being listed as an Indonesian citizen was useful to Obama, much as his mother and stepfather had pleaded to U.S. officials before Lolo Soetoro was denied the waiver he needed to stay in the U.S. legally past 1966.
A previously unknown stepsister of Barack Obama died unexpectedly earlier this year. Internet researchers made the link between the president and his previously undisclosed stepsister, Holiyah "Lia" Soetoro Sobah, after translating from obituaries published in Indonesia. She died Feb. 26, 2010. The obituaries identified Lia as having been adopted by Lolo Soetoro, Obama's stepfather, and Ann Dunham Obama Soetoro, the president's mother.
The surfacing of Lia as an adopted child of Lolo Soetoro and Dunham raises the question of whether Barack Obama himself might have been adopted officially as Lolo Soetoro's stepson while in Indonesia from 1967 to 1971.
According to ABC News (a pro-obama news outlet), the president traveled to Pakistan in 1981. Because he won't release records to the public, there's no way to know whether Barack Hussein Obama traveled on an Indonesian Passport (documents and facts above suggest that he might have become an Indonesian citizen), on a British Passport because his father was a British subject or on a US Passport. The issue could be cleared up by Obama himself if he was willing.
Factcheck.org dismisses the passport issue but does so without any evidence. READ HERE what they say.
This blog reflects research done by people other than me -- a lot of other people. I am simply packaging and re-posting here based on the Freedom of Information Act Request made by Christopher Strunk, News organizations and others.
I leave any conclusions to the reader.
However, I suggest that there is a reason why the president has not made his records public.