Lies & Fictions about Obama’s Unwitnessed Birth
Teacher from Kenmore recalls Obama was a focused student
By Paula Voell
NEWS STAFF REPORTER
When Barack Hussein Obama places his hand on the Bible today to take the oath of office as 44th president of the United States, Barbara Nelson of Kenmore will undoubtedly think back to the day he was born. It was Aug. 4, 1961, at Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women & Children in Honolulu.
[Can you really think back to a day that you have no memory off, a day that she cannot identify by the calendar? What follows contains no hint as to what day it happened.]
“I may be the only person left who specifically remembers his birth. [How exactly do you remember something that you did not witness??? And what exactly does “specifically” refer to?]
His parents are gone, his grandmother is gone, the obstetrician who delivered him is gone,” said Nelson, referring to Dr. Rodney T. West, who died in February at the age of 98. [And falsehood # 2 appears: Nelson never said that Dr. West delivered him, so why is there a quotation mark at the end of that sentence but not at the beginning? Was it supposed to be a quote or not?]
Here’s the story: Nelson was having dinner at the Outrigger Canoe Club on Waikiki Beach with Dr. West, the father of her college friend, Jo-Anne. Making conversation, Nelson turned to Dr. West and said: “‘So, tell me something interesting that happened this week,’” she recalls.
His response: “Well, today, Stanley had a baby. Now that’s something to write home about.”
[Nash notes: The Dr. failed to clearly speak the first word of his reply, or she failed to hear it since it was nothing more than the letter “a”. It is very normal to semi-speak that vowel when it starts a sentence since it is normally pronounced: “uh”, instead of as the long version pronunciation (“A”). What he said was: “uh Stanley had a baby.” It’s all too common to truncate the “uh” and not speak it loud enough to be heard. A similar failure of pronunciation occurred with the most famous words ever spoken: “That’s one small step for (uh) man, -one giant leap for mankind.” Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11.]
The new mother was Stanley (later referred to by her middle name of Ann) Dunham, and the baby was Barack Hussein Obama.
“I penned the name on a napkin, and I did write home about it,” said Nelson, knowing that her father, Stanley A. Czurles, director of the Art Education Department at Buffalo State College, would be interested in the “Stanley” connection.
[Since neither of them knew the person of Stanley Ann Dunham, it struck them both as very odd that a female would have such a name. If they both knew her, then it would make sense to say that “Stanley had a baby”, rather than a Stanley.]
She also remembers Dr. West mentioning that the baby’s father was the first black student at the University of Hawaii and how taken he was by the baby’s name.
Nelson went on to be a high school principal, a harpist, a watercolor artist and poet.
Nelson encountered “Barry” again, when she watched high school basketball games, where her students played.
“The team came alive when he got on the court,” she said. “He was not only quick and graceful, but he could see the pattern and zero in on the opening. Though he wasn’t a starter, he was a graceful, passionate athlete who played back-up forward. He had a definite presence on the court.
[apparently so, at least in her worshipful mind. He was unskilled, and motivation does not translate into skill, which is either natural or honed into being by a million hours practicing, which didn’t interest a self-admitted lazy person. At the White House he demonstrated his skill by missing about 19 out of 21 shots at the hoop. And we’ve all seen how great he throws a baseball.]
“I often sat with his grandmother, who was a no-nonsense woman with these very solid Midwestern ways about her,” said Nelson. “She loved that boy and he adored her.”
As a high school teacher of British, Biblical and Middle Eastern literature, Nelson taught Obama.
“He wasn’t usually the first one to speak, but he was an attentive, active listener,” she said. “While the others might be bouncing off the surface, he came straight from the center. He picked up on the patterns of ideas and then he’d make a statement that moved the class to the focal point.
[Translation, the answers by everyone else were boring to me and I couldn’t have cared less about them, but Barry had fascinating answers because he was so different and fascinating and I definitely was not bored with him, he intrigued me deeply with his exotic origins, -so unorthodox! ]
“He also had a lovely, engaging sense of humor,” Nelson said. “He was firm, but he wasn’t aggressive or in your face.” [and what students are ever “aggressive or in your face” in Hawaii??]
During one class the question was posed “of what should we be most afraid,” drawing answers that included “death,” “hell,” “biological warfare,” “fear” and “isolation,” said Nelson. [clearly, very superficial things all. (???)]
“I recall Barack sitting in the back of the room,” Nelson said, demonstrating a hands-behind-his- head pose and describing his lanky, outstretched legs. [why in God’s name, would anyone remember clearly exactly what posture one specific student had when he was but one of a couple dozen??? -unless one had a odd fascination with him, and it seems she must have.]
“When he pulled himself upright I thought ‘Bingo. Here we go,’ ” she said, expecting the discussion to move to a new level. [“A NEW LEVEL”??? What level comes after “DEATH” “WEAPONS OF MASS DEATH, and HELL??? BINGO! NOTHING!]
“And he said, ‘Words. Words are the power to be feared most. Every individual has an unmonitored arsenal and whether they are directed personally or internationally, words can be weapons of destruction.”
[Well! If ever I read words that were NOT the words of a dope-smoking, lazy, middle-class kid in an elite academy, it would be those. “an unmonitored arsenal”, sure… those came out of Barry’s mind and mouth, -when pigs fly. If he was so insightful, so thoughtful, so wise, then where are the transcripts from any of his schools??? Hidden forever.]
It was such moments that led Nelson to honor Obama at his 1979 graduation with the traditional draping of a lei around his neck.
“I had a yellow plumeria tree and I could get only enough blossoms to make five leis,” she said. “I had taught more than 200 students, but one of those leis went around the shoulders of Barack Obama.” [So she effectually admits that she had a school-girl crush on him since she singled him out as one in forty to be honor, but honored for what?? Grades?? Why did she deny a student who worked his or her ass off to get stellar grades by singling out a lazy student except that she felt an affinity toward him, -he, the undeserving?]
Years later, the ideas Obama expressed resonated as Nelson wrote “War of the Words,” which includes the lines: “ I fear the powerful pugnacious words, Weapons that miss the flesh and pierce the heart.” (Songs of Honor, 2006). [more imaginative writing, -the imagination never sleeps.]
In the author’s notes, Nelson describes the classroom discussion with Obama that inspired the poem and she adds this information: “Interestingly, this former student is now a very wise, articulate U. S. senator.”
[that’s “information”? Since when is an adoring opinion considered information? Apparently since both women, (interviewer and interviewee) were Obama-lovers. And why not be, since he was sooooo wise, wise enough to have Bill Ayers ghost-write his “great” autobiography, which is also full of great-reading fictional accounts, including over 30 identical nautical phrases that Ayers used in his own published book.
Gee, how did that happen? Surely they could not have come from the same mind? -the mind of someone who was a friend and neighbor, a co-workers at running the Annenberg Chicago Challenge Foundation, and whose home was the site of the launch of Obama’s political career. That mind? Oh, that’s just conspiracy talk! Pay it no mind, … no mind at all. -and stop looking behind that curtain!
This interview almost reads like an adoring O.J. Simpson fan interviewing an adoring O.J. Simpson juror.]
Copyright 1999 – 2009 – The Buffalo News copyright-protected material.
“Into this already incendiary political drama now comes mega-author Jerome Corsi – both of whose two previous No. 1 New York Times bestsellers have profoundly impacted the U.S. presidency – with “Where’s the Birth Certificate?: The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible to Be President.” Published by Washington, D.C.-based WND Books, a division of online news giant WND.com, the book launches nationally on May 17.But a month before its debut, it had already rocketed to No. 1 on Amazon’s bestseller list.
In fact, Obama’s release, after years of stonewalling, of what is purported to be his long-form birth certificate, was a preemptive strike against this book. As the Washington Post has documented, it was April 21 that Obama had his team of lawyers contact Hawaii about releasing the document. That would be exactly one day after “The Drudge Report” featured Corsi’s book, propelling it to top bestseller status. Obama’s preemptive move was understandable: Presidents and presidential candidates have been afraid of Corsi ever since “Unfit for Command,” coauthored with John O’Neill, thwarted John Kerry’s presidential ambitions in 2004.
In this controversial new book, going far beyond the issue of birth certificates, Corsi documents conclusively that no legal authority has ever verified Obama’s legal eligibility to be president, that glaring inconsistencies, blackouts and outright fabrications in his life narrative have generated widespread doubts, and that, in fact, a compelling body of evidence says Obama is not a natural-born citizen as is required of all presidents by Article 2, Section 1, of the Constitution.
~ Why does Obama have 2 different birth doctors? ~
Buffalo News, Snopes, Hawaii disagree on attending physician
Posted: May 03, 2011
The White House release of a copy of Barack Obama’s long-form Hawaian birth certificate continues to raise more questions – since the name of the president’s attending physician differs from previous published reports.
The name on the purported birth certificate lists Dr. David Sinclair as the obstetrician who delivered Obama in 1961.
But reports by the Buffalo News and supposedly confirmed by the hoax-busting website Snopes.com indicate the name of Obama’s birth physician was Dr. Rodney T. West.
Yet a report that West was the attending physician – and not Sinclair – comes from Snopes.com, the self-described “definitive Internet reference source”:
Snopes reference to Obama birth physician: The name was originally identified in a news story by reporter Paula Voell of the Buffalo News in upstate New York:
The previous reports, which date to Jan. 20, 2009, quote a New York woman, Barbara Nelson, who said she “remembers” the birth of Barack Obama. Her statements later were cited by the Democratic Underground website under the headline “Independent Confirmation of Obama’s Birth.”
The references continued to appear online as late as this afternoon. WND could get no on-the-record response from the Buffalo newspaper. The Snopes report appeared to be based on the newspaper report.
In 2009, Obama supporters jumped on the Buffalo paper’s story, which quotes Nelson saying she may be the only person left “who specifically remembers his birth.”
The report continued: “‘I may be the only person left who specifically remembers his birth. His parents are gone, his grandmother is gone, the obstetrician who delivered him is gone,’ said Nelson, referring to Dr. Rodney T. West, who died in February at the age of 98.”
However, Nelson later told WND that her knowledge of the birth came only from West, with whom she was dining, and the subject was brought up because of the mother’s novel name and the “musical” name of the son, Barack Hussein Obama.
She told WND at the time that the conversation also was memorable because Obama’s mother’s name was Stanley, named after her father, and the son also was named after his father.
However, Nelson told WND, “I don’t know in what capacity [West] knew about this particular birth.”
Nevertheless, the “reports” continue to cite the reference to West as “the obstetrician who had delivered him.” [a lie of the obamunists seeking to fill in a black hole where his background narrative should be.]
Nelson explained that West was a leader in the development of obstetrics services throughout Hawaii before Obama was born, however, she said the assumption that West delivered the baby, or that she said that, were wrong.
“Being one of the leaders in obstetrics in Hawaii, he could have had physical or informational access to all of the obstetrics [on the islands],” she told WND.
The discussion centered on the “peculiarity of a woman named Stanley,” she said.
“I just said tell me something [that has happened],” she said. “And he says Stanley had a baby, and that’s something to write home about.”
[Nash repeats: The Dr. failed to clearly speaking the first word of his reply, or she failed to hear it since it was nothing more than the letter “a”. It is very normal to semi-speak that vowel when it starts a sentence since it is normally pronounced: “uh”, instead of as the long version pronunciation (“A”). What he said was: “a Stanley had a baby.” A similar failure of pronunciation occurred with the most famous words ever spoken: “That’s one small step for (uh) man, -one giant leap for mankind.” Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11.]
He also told her the father was the first African student at the University of Hawaii, “another interesting local thing,” Nelson told WND.
“[West] never said to me, ‘I delivered a baby,'” Nelson said.
Read more: Why does Obama have 2 different birth doctors?http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=294665#ixzz1LROHPtqb
OBAMA’S HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER CLAIMS DIFFERENT DOCTOR
by Miki Booth
Image released by the White House on April 27, 2011 purported to be a copy of Obama’s long-form birth certificate
(Apr. 27, 2011, Tulsa, OK) —The putative president and his enablers have really gone over the line today, Wednesday April, 27, 2011. It just goes to show there is a culture of fear and desperation in the house at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
First off today, World Net Daily published a scathing expose of Hawai’i Dept. of Health and their “helter-skelter” handling of requests for long form birth certificates. They have been doing incredible documentary acrobatics changing policy and procedure to fit Obama’s claims.
With the release today of the newly “cooked” copy of his birth record Obama has brought the wrath of every red-blooded American down on his head. His father was a British subject therefore Obama is not an Article II, Section I constitutionally eligible “natural born citizen.” He has illegally taken our government and surrounded himself with enemies of the Constitution and those cronies decided today was the day to release this particular red herring.
Why now? Why not last year when he could have kept an 18-year decorated Army flight surgeon from going to federal prison for asking to see the document that Obama now flaunts with seeming impunity. Terry Lakin is nearing completion of a 6-month prison term, leaving Leavenworth stripped of his 18-year career, dismissed from the Army and loss of all benefits. The most disgusting aspect of this travesty is the heartless punishment of putting him in prison three days before Christmas, away from his wife and three children. A clear message to anyone that would challenge Obama’s legitimacy.
The unraveling has begun. Today there are big changes in the Intelligence community. New players and musical chairs in the CIA. Create clutter, create confusion, backlog inquiries, and shake everything up to avoid evidence getting shook out.
Read the Vancouver Scenario that I wrote a few years ago, followed by the Seattle scenario, and its part II “Why Baby Obama Was Born in Vancouver.
Adrien Nash July 2014