Daily Archives: May 4, 2010

Our Undocumented White House Resident

Canada Free Press

“I say, that, in order to be of the country, it is necessary that a person be born of a father who is a citizen; for, if he is born there of a foreigner, it will be only the place of his birth, and not his country.”


This quote is taken directly from Vattel’s book on the Law of Nations, which has been a world recognized and time honored reference guide to understanding “natural law,” and the natural birthrights of national citizenship recognized by all civilized nations for more than two-hundred and fifty years.

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Enforcing immigration law would be a bargain

Washington Examiner

Even as the Obama administration plans to challenge and undermine Arizona’s new immigration law, the White House still wants state residents to know it feels their pain. “It’s really a cry of frustration from Arizona,” Homeland Security Secretary — and former Arizona governor — Janet Napolitano said on ABC Sunday. “It’s a frustration ultimately that will only be solved with comprehensive immigration reform.”

But for the majority of Arizonans, the source of frustration is not the absence of comprehensive reform. It is the federal government’s half-hearted enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws. And what is seldom discussed in the current controversy is how little — in relative terms — better enforcement would cost.

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Welcome to Arizona Mr. Obama

U.S. Anti-Terrorism Policy: Get Lucky

Canada Free Press

“I know, too, that Islam has always been a part of America’s history.”

That’s what President Obama said in his Cairo speech, an early effort to reach out to Muslims throughout the Middle East and the world. The problem is, he is dead wrong. Muslims were not here prior to or during the Revolution. They did not participate in the Civil War though for centuries they were notorious as slave traders. During World War Two they were on Hitler’s side.

And, over the weekend, a naturalized American, formerly from Pakistan, is alleged to be the man who tried to kill a lot of Americans in New York’s Time’s Square.

So, while not “always” having been part of America’s history, Muslims are currently leaving their mark on it in the twenty-first century.

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Minister of Lands in Kenya Declares Obama “was born here in Kenya” –

The Betrayal

imageNew Ad – Washington Times National Weekly Edition – 03 May 2010 – Page 5

The Minister of Lands in Kenya, James Orengo, on 25 March 2010 during Kenyan National Assembly debate on their new Constitution, declares on the record that Obama “was born here in Kenya” and is not a “native American”!

Another Kenyan Minister, Dr. Bonny Khalwale, stated on the record on 14 April 2010 in the Kenyan National Assembly that Obama should repatriate himself to Kenya.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/30855663/Minister-in-Kenyan-National-Assembly-on-25Mar2010-states-Obama-born-in-Kenya-not-native-American

Charles Kerchner, Commander USNR (Retired)
Lead Plaintiff, Kerchner v Obama & Congress
http://puzo1.blogspot.com
http://www.protectourliberty.org

When will the Lame Stream Media stop ignoring the signs of massive fraud in the life story of Obama and launch a full scale, in-depth investigation into Obama’s hidden and sealed early life records including his original typed fraudulent registration birth registration done by his maternal grandmother in Hawaii in 1961 and the one filed by his mother and paternal family witnesses at the Mombasa Hospital in Kenya as stated by relatives in Kenya including the maternal grandmother, Islamic religious rites associated with the birth records in Kenya, the mysterious missing kindergarten school records, adoption records in Indonesia, Occidental and Columbia College admission and financial aid records, travel documents, and what passports from what countries he used at various times in his life.

CDR Charles Kerchner
Pennsylvania
Lead Plaintiff
Kerchner v Obama & Congress

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Taking Advantage of an Oil Crisis

American Thinker
Days after being elected in November 2008, President-Elect Barack Obama’s Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, spoke to a Wall Street Journal gathering of business leaders and stated that the economic crisis facing the United States is “an opportunity to do things you could not do before.”
“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” Emanuel said.

And why should we think this administration isn’t letting the Gulf of Mexico oil crisis go to waste?
Don’t be fooled for a moment. History proves that the Gulf leak is a messy dream come true for hardcore environmentalists — -many of whom surround Mr. Obama.

Is a Radical Islamic Movement Spreading Throughout America?

Family Security Matters
The National Ummah – a Muslim movement that seeks to transform American cities into sovereign Islamic states – has gained a foothold in metropolitan areas throughout the country. Few groups are more radical, subversive, and dangerous.
The movement is led by Jamil al-Amin, (H. Rap Brown) from his cell in a maximum security prison on the outskirts of Florence, Colorado, where he is serving a life sentence for killing two police officers.
Some of the Ummah mosques maintain armed militias. Others provide training in marital arts and guerilla warfare. Almost all operate beneath the radar of local, state, and federal law enforcement officials.
Last October, after conducting a raid on Ummah congregations in Detroit and Dearborn, Michigan, federal investigators said that the movement was small and regional with only a few hundred active members. But thousands of African-American Muslims pledge their allegiance to the Ummah (Arabic for “community”) and a short list of mosques affiliated with the movement is as follows:
  • The Universal Islamic Brotherhood in Cleveland
  • West End Community in Atlantic
  • Ta’if Tul Ministry in Los Angeles
  • First Cleveland Mosque
  • Masjid al-Islam – Washington, D.C.
  • Dar al-Hijrah – Falls Church, Virginia
  • Masjid Mohammad – Washington, D.C.
  • Peace in the Hood – Cleveland
  • Masjid Bilal – Lexington, Kentucky
  • Masjid Waritheen – Oakland, California
  • Masjid Ibrahim – Sacramento
  • Sankore Institute – Green Haven Penitentiary
  • Community Mosque – Winston-Salem
  • Adams Center – Washington, D.C.
  • Masjid Mujahidin – New York City
  • Masjid al-Mumin – New York City
  • Masjid al-Taqwa – New York City
The movement is an outgrowth of Dar ul-Islam, an Islamic street gang in Brooklyn. Many members of the gang ended up in Green Haven, a maximum security prison in upper New York

where they established Masjid Santore, a mosque within the prison. The prison mosque receives full funding from New York state legislators.

Another offshoot of Dar ul-Islam is Jamaat ul-Fuqra, an Islamic group that operates Islamberg and approximately 40 additional Islamic paramilitary compounds throughout the country.
On October 28, 2009, the FBI raided a warehouse in Detroit and two houses in Detroit and arrested eleven Ummah members on charges of mail fraud, the illegal possession of firearms, trafficking in stolen goods, and altering vehicle identification numbers.
In the course of the raid on the warehouse, Luqman Ameen Abdullah, the ringleader of the group, opened fire on the federal agents and was killed in the ensuing gunfight. Luqman Abdullah was the imam of the Masjid al-Haqq in Detroit, a mosque that was part of the Ummah network. He sought to claim a section of blight ravaged Detroit for his group in order to establish a sovereign Muslim enclave governed by Sharia (Islamic law).
In his sermons, Imam Abdullah called upon his followers to launch an “offensive jihad” against U.S. officials and to carry and use firearms. Imam Abdullah was one of the founders of the Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA). Another founder was Siraj Wahhaj, an un-indicted co-conspirator in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center and imam of Masjid al-Taqwa in Brooklyn.
MANA was formed to defend Jamil al-Amin and to advance the Islamic take-over of the United States by “cultural jihad” – pushing for black/Muslim privileges under the guise of equal opportunity and civil rights.