CITED RENOWNED SWISS AUTHOR IN LECTURES AT CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL
by John Charlton
(Oct. 28, 2009) — A lot of heated debate was stirred up on the web, when The Post & Email in 2 reports published the testimony of witnesses to the 2004 Keyes vs. Obama debate, in which Obama conceded that he was not a “natural born citizen”. Read those reports here:
Now it has come to light that Obama is familiar with the Swiss author’s work, The Law of Nations, and that therefore knew what he was discounting in the 2004 debate.
The evidence is cited by the New York Times itself, which published a reading packet from Obama’s 1994 Seminar, “Current Issues in Racism and the Law.”
The damning evidence consists in a citation from Vattel’s work, on p. 9 of his course handout to his students in 1994. Therein it indicates that he assigned them to read an excerpt from Vattel’s work, which was contained on p. 29 of his Reading Handout anthology, under the title, “Historical Foundations.”
Considering that Indian rights would involve questions of native born citizenship and citizenship rights, it would have been arguably necessary for Obama to have considered Vattel’s doctrine on these key issues, in which texts Vattel describes at length the notion of “natural born citizen”, which includes 2 parent citizens.
Obama’s father was a British subject at birth, and therefore according to 4 Supreme Court rulings, Obama is not qualified as a “natural born citizen”, and thus cannot lawfully hold the presidency of the United States.
The discrepancies of Obama’s personal history were previously reported by The Post & Email in the article entitled:
Interestingly enough, among the topics Obama suggested students discuss are Inter-racial Adoptions.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.