Skip to comments.The strange death of Hawaii’s Department of Health Director, Loretta Fuddy!
Posted on 01/22/2014 12:48:02 PM PST by iontheball
Indonesians inherited their hatred of negroes from the arabs who brought islam to Java. They still look down on negroid peoples from Africa because they have been conditioned to see them as slaves. The boy may have been teased because of his negroid appearance and his obvious crinkly-negroid hair.
At the time, Indonesia covetted the land of Papua New Guinea, part of which which they annexed, (I forget which year) and the people of West Papua are called by the nick-name of fuzzy-wuzzy by Australians because of their hair...
During WW2, they were known as the fuzzy-wuzzy angels, for their help to the wounded Australian soldiers, whom they carried back to base along the Kokoda Trail.
So, long story short, telling people the boy was from Iryan Jaya, the Indonesian name for West Papua would have been more to his advantage than to be seen as a negro.
Well, if we go ba into the original freeper who claimed to be a missionary in Kenya and gave us great detail of o birth there at least two years before he announced he was running for office ,Stanley Anne Obama
I’ve yet to hear any other eye witness that would prove otherwise!
Bet you’d like that to happen here, wouldn’t you?
so, his hair is just a genetic anomaly?
This isn't directed at the Article II Sec. 1 issue.
This is a small part of a direct effort to consider the proposition that he is who he says he is in Dreams--he isn't.
Not really, all the genetic anomalies are out in force today posting on free republic. The moment one posts something thought provoking or interesting, they all go deaf dumb and blind.
I’m going out to lunch.
No but you don’t know what the master did or didn’t do to his hair. Indianapolis is the home of a very famous AA cosmetician who amount other items for women and men of color were various hair products to straighten hair.
You are only looking inside the box
( I personally think 0 had plastic surgery. Probably gave a picture to the surgeon and said “I want to look like this man!” Who was in the picture is what you all are trying to figure out)
I’m having smoked salmon on rye with sliced spanish onion and capers.
Irian Jaya? Never heard of it. Guessing from the context that it's one of the very numerous Indonesian islands. Does Obama have physical characteristics consistent with the native populations there?
WEST PAPUA = IRIAN JAYA
Ok, you got me, Subud wears a cap, Zeituni wears a wig and zero has his usual cheerful, warm expression.
BY GOLLY I JUST GOT IT! SUBUD AND ZEITUNI HAD A BABY!
fuzzy hair - he’s got it
For the benefit of those who may not be familiar with the requirements, please state accurately the requirements rather than your opinion of what the requirements are. The requirements are: natural born citizen, 35 years of age, and 14 years residence in the US.
Article Two, Section One:
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.The meaning of "natural born citizen" is disputed. There are numerous threads on that topic and I won't delve into that here.
Speaking of Maya . . .
whom Stanley named after Maya Angelou,
— who was besties with Malcolm Little, including working closely with him during his African sojourns while she lived there, and
— who hurried to Hawaii for an extended visit with her brother Bailey Johnson shortly after Malcolm was assassinated in 1965 . . .
— did we ever connect the dots between Stanley Ann and Ms. Angelou and their common ties to the island? Was there a close relationship, close enough for a namesake, and where did it begin? Were they in Hawaii concurrently 1965? Might a child’s travels be involved?
I’ve never trusted coincidence.
Check to Polk directory and see where her brother lived Was it in close proximity to the university? On the same island even?
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