November 29, 2011
Forget Frank Marshal. Move over Malcolm X. Just ignore Jo Ann Newman. Beat it Bari Shabazz.
Recent research indicates that President Obamas’s REAL father was none other than John F. Kennedy, our 35th President. Here is the evidence.
First, there is a physical resemblance. Pay close attention to the eyes, teeth, and lips:
Next, there was a connection between the Kennedy family and Obama’s family, as told by Obama himself:
In his command of the US political stage over the past year, Barack Obama has inspired many a comparison to John F Kennedy. Both young senators brought a lofty message, an appealing young family and a movie-star aura to the presidential race. But the two men forged a less known link – before Obama was even born.
The bond began with Kenyan labour leader Tom Mboya, an advocate for African nationalism who helped his country gain independence in 1963. In the late 1950s, Mboya was seeking support for a scholarship program that would send Kenyan students to US colleges – similar to other exchanges the US backed in developing nations during the Cold War with the Soviet Union. Mboya appealed to the state department. When that trail went cold, he turned to then-senator Kennedy.
Kennedy, who chaired the senate subcommittee on Africa, arranged a $100,000 grant through his family’s foundation to help Mboya keep the program running.
One of the first students airlifted to America was Barack Obama Sr, who married a white Kansas native named Ann Dunham during his US studies. Their son, born in 1961 and named for his father, has only once mentioned his Kennedy connection on the campaign trail.
“[T]he Kennedys decided: ‘We’re going to do an airlift,’” senator Obama said during a March speech in Selma, Alabama. “We’re going to go to Africa and start bringing young Africans over to this country and give them scholarships to study so they can learn what a wonderful country America is. This young man named Barack Obama [Sr] got one of those tickets and came over to this country.”
The question must be asked if this was an act of charity, or whether there was an ulterior motive designed to shield JFK. We now know that JFK suffered from what is called sexual addiction, a problem that was not recognized back then:
John F Kennedy’s prodigious sex life is now well known. He always sailed close to the wind. During World War II, Kennedy was kicked out of US Navy Intelligence when the FBI taped him in a hotel room with Danish beauty queen, Ingrid Arvad, a known Nazi sympathizer who, J Edgar Hoover claimed, was a former mistress of Hitler. Kennedy was transferred to the Pacific where he became a war hero.
His behaviour was extraordinarily reckless. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, when the world hovered on the brink of nuclear war, JFK was in the cabinet room in the White House discussing whether to press the button when a pretty young secretary came in. Kennedy turned to his Secretary of Defence, Robert McNamara, and said: ‘Bob, get me her name and her phone number. We may avert war tonight.’
As with Roosevelt, the press covered up for him. Plenty of hints were made about his affair with Marilyn Monroe and the others. A Newsweek reporter walked into Kennedy’s hideaway in Palm Springs during the 1960 election to find actress Angie Dickinson relaxing on Kennedy’s bed. Nothing was published.
Even more scandalous stories were hidden away. Kennedy, the first Catholic president, was a divorcee when he married Jackie. He had married Florida socialite Dune Malcolm in 1947. Kennedy also had daily reports of the Profumo scandal delivered to the Oval Office, marked for his eyes only. He had been involved with some prostitutes in London and was frightened that he might become embroiled.
Part of the nature of sex addiction is that it is less about sex and more about the need for the thrill and the rush of adrenaline:
Sexual Addiction – What is it?
Sexual addiction is, in its simplest form, a normal sex drive that has become obsessive, to the point that behavior is out of control. Sexual addiction is referred to as a ‘process’ addiction, as opposed to a substance addiction like alcohol or drugs. In a process addiction, the euphoric feeling (or “high”) comes from chemicals released into the brain, rather than from an external source. As the mind becomes accustomed to the release of these chemicals, it searches out for continued sources of that high. This could be from eating, the adrenaline rush of competition, putting yourself in dangerous situations, or from sexual stimuli. Sexual addiction can take on many forms, from the use of pornography and masturbation to repeated sexual affairs, patronizing prostitutes, and voyeurism.
We also know that Kennedy was addicted to these dangerous liaisons, having engaged in affairs with a prostitute and possible East German spy, Ellen Rometsch, with a White House intern, Mimi Beardsley Alford, and with others. He also had affairs and a menage a trois with press aide Priscilla Weiss, code named “Fiddle” by the Secret Service; and press aide Jill Cowan, code named “Faddle.” There were many others. Public knowledge of any of these could have ended his career, but his urges were simply too strong. Despite the danger, Kennedy was helplessy caught up in his addiction.
But, in the early 1960′s there was another form of forbidden love, one even more dangerous than affairs with spies – inter-racial sexual relations. As a bona fide sex-addict, JFK would have been unable to resist the societal taboo against inter-racial sex, which at that time was illegal in Virginia, the site of many orgies and sex-parties for the Washington elite. As shown here, JFK had his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy help to get rid of these laws, although it was too late to help JFK.
The end of miscegenation laws: the Loving v. Virginia case:
In a most ironically named case “Loving v. Virginia,” Richard and Mildred Loving — an inter-racial married couple — were arrested in the early morning of 1959-JUL-11 by police who entered into their bedroom. They had been married five weeks before in the adjacent District of Columbia. The couple pleaded guilty to a felony under Virginia’s Racial Integrity Act of 1662. 5 They could have each received a 5 year prison term; instead, they were partly exiled from their home state for 25 years. Each was allowed to return to Virginia, but not together. The judge apparently ignored the principle of separation of church and state as well as the equal protection clause in the U.S. Constitution when delivering his decision. Part of his ruling stated:
“Almighty God created the races white, black, yellow, malay and red, and he placed them on separate continents. And but for the interference with his arrangement there would be no cause for such marriages. The fact that he separated the races show that he did not intend for the races to mix.”
Although often referred to as black, Mildred Loving regarded herself as a Native American of Rappahannock and Cherokee heritage. 5
Ms. Loving wrote to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy for help. He referred her to the American Civil Liberties Union who took the case. They lost at the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, but appealed to the US Supreme Court. In 1967, the court unanimously overturned the Virginia law and similar miscegenation laws of 15 other states. 6 Persons of different racial backgrounds have been able to marry throughout the US ever since.
Kennedy certainly had access, in the legal sense, to young black women. Jackie Kennedy admits:
Back in the ‘60’s, John Kennedy and Dr. King were good buds, but after JFK’s death Jackie’s relationship with Dr. King became strained. Wire taps were placed on King’s phone lines by the then director of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover. According to the late Jackie, the taps recorded King allegedly trying to arrange an orgy while in town for the March on Washington in 1963.
“[JFK] told me of a tape that the FBI had of Martin Luther King when he was here for the freedom march,” Jackie said on the newly released tapes. “And he said this with no bitterness or anything, how he was calling up all these girls and arranging for a party of men and women, I mean, sort of an orgy in the hotel, and everything.”
There is NO reason to think this was the first time such sex parties were arranged. With the Kenyan students on tap, President Kennedy had a ready cover story in case nature took it’s course and a little JFK was born. Abortion was illegal in those days. Being in the United States on a visa, the foreign students were subject to immediate deportation which reduced the risk of blackmail. Kennedy’s experiences had already proven that he had a harem full of women to do his will, and this was several decades before DNA tests were available. All Kennedy would have to do is find the inter-racial baby a good home.
Birth certificates were more easy to obtain in those days and births could be registered many months later for home births. Who would ever think the baby of a white woman and back man was actually the child of a white man and black woman? And what would be a wonderful state to do such a thing?
Well, there is no state physically further away from Washington D.C. than Hawaii. And, Honolulu being the home of Pearl Harbor, Kennedy, an ex-Naval officer during World war II would be sure to have friends there. One of those friends may have even been Dr. Rodney West, a retired Naval officer who had also served in Word War II.
Rodney T. West, M.D. was born on the island of Maui in the then Territory of Hawaii. He graduated from the Punahou School in Honolulu and attended Northwestern University in Chicago, where he earned his Medical Degree. He returned to the Islands, spent 18 months as an intern and resident at the Queen’s Hospital and then went into a private practice in Honolulu. He joined the United States Naval Reserve in January of 1940. Twenty months later, September 5, 1941, he was called to active duty and was stationed at the Medical Dispensary on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor and was there on the morning of December 7, 1941. He spent the rest of World War II on Johnston Island in the Pacific and at various Naval Air Stations on the American mainland.
At the end of the war, he returned to Honolulu and on March 26, 1946 was discharged from active duty. In September of 1949, he resigned from the Naval Reserve as a full Commander. Then, after practicing on the Big Island of Hawaii for a year, he returned to Honolulu and joined the Obstetrics and Gynecological department of the Straub Clinic. In December of 1956, after delivering at least 5,000 babies – and other things, he retired from the practice of medicine. In 1963, he served as the President of the Hawaii Medical Association and in 1975, he helped found and was the first president of the American College of Physician Executives.
Curiously, President Kennedy also spent time in several naval hospitals on the American mainland:
On 15 February, Kennedy reported to the Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Training Center, Melville, Rhode Island. Due to the reinjury of his back during the sinking of PT 109, Kennedy entered a hospital for treatment. In March, Kennedy went to the Submarine Chaser Training Center, Miami, Florida. In May while still assigned to the Center, Kennedy entered the Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Massachusetts, for further treatment of his back injury. At the Hospital in June, he received his Navy and Marine Corps Medals. Under treatment as an outpatient, Kennedy was ordered detached from the Miami Center on 30 October 1944. Subsequently, Kennedy was released from all active duty and finally retired from the U.S. Naval Reserve on physical disability in March 1945.
Notice that Dr. West also has connections to the Punahao School in Honoulu and attended medical school in Chicago. Obama was also admitted to the prestigious Punahou School. And, Obama went to work in Chicago after graduating law school making the city his political home.
Dr. West was an OB/GYN and delivered over 5,000 babies. Also:
[West] served as Chief of Staff at … Kapi’olani Maternity Hospital, 1953, and Medical Director, Straub Clinic, 1967-77.” The quote is from a cached web page of the Mamiya Heritage Medical Center. The Mamiya web site is under redesign, butcopy has been saved here. So it is very plausible that West was at the Kapi’olani Maternity Hospital (as it was called then) in an executive capacity in 1961.
It would have been a very easy matter for a man in Dr. West’s position to assist a fellow Navy man with a problem such as this, particularly when all it would have required was a little laxity with the paperwork.
One final note. Stanley Ann Dunham and Baby Obama lived on Seattle, Washington during the autumn of 1961. In November 1961 JFK made a visit to the city. The trip was hurriedly scheduled shortly after the two moved there:
The Caption for the following photograph read:
That’s some worried look on Jack’s face! I wonder what the problem was?
Don’t we all wonder. Of course, Kennedy spoke at the University of Washington:
You can view all the photographs here:
There is still much work to be done tying in all the details, but if you think about it, this account answers many of the open questions. There was no courtship or romantic relationship between Obama’s parents, because both were going through a sham. As a married couple, there could be no legal questioning of any child born during the marriage. There are no pictures of a pregnant Stanley Ann Dunham during this time, because she was never pregnant in 1961.
President Obama managed to get into Harvard because his real father, John Kennedy also attended the school. The Kennedy famiy greased the path. All the birth certificate questions now have a rational explanation – – – one Navy man helping out another Navy man, and very patriotically, he is also helping out his President. This explains President Obama’s seeming ease in moving into the upper echelons of the educational system (Princeton and Harvard) without any apparent family money and mediocre grades. And it explains Obama’s easy transition into the political Democratic Machine in Chicago. It also explains the lack of transparency and the paucity of records relating to President Obama’s life.
So, forget Bari Shabazz. Think Barack Hussein Kennedy.
Patric’ The Patriot
FRIEDRICH WILHELM VON STEUBEN
As the individualistic woodsmen hunters of the colonial militias that comprised the Continental Army failed against the highly organized British forces, General Washington sent Benjamin Franklin to Paris to meet with Prussian military genius Lieutenant General Frederick Von Steuben, to ask him to come and train the American troops. Realizing that his reputation as a homosexual was becoming a bit of a problem in Europe’s kingdoms, he agreed.
Von Steuben arrived at Valley Forge, that cold winter of 1778, with a young French nobleman who was his ‘assistant’ and lover. As he spoke almost no English, Washington assigned two young inseparable officers, who were fluent in French and were lovers, to work with Von Steuben to translate his work. They were 20 year old Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Hamilton (who was also likely to have been this nation’s first mixed race officer) and 24 year old Lieutenant Colonel John Laurens (who was the son of the President of the Continental Congress that year, Henry Laurens). Laurens later died in battle, becoming one of America’s first Gay heroes. Their love letters still exist.
It is unlikely that General Washington, engaged in founding a nation, had the time or inclination to concern himself with who was sleeping with whom. Twenty six years later, Vice President Aaron Burr murdered Alexander Hamilton in a duel in Weehawken New Jersey. We can only speculate as to whether Burr disliked Hamilton’s bi-racial status, his economic policies, or perhaps his bisexuality.
As the last bastions of discrimination against LGBT fall, it is time to get rid of this flagrantly sexual orientation biased clause requiring natural born citizenship.
Vive la France! Vive la Vattel!
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