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submitted by Terry R. Wiley

Kenya gained its independence from Great Britain in 1963 but was a de facto one-party nation from 1969 to 1982

(Apr. 14, 2010) While the March 25, 2010 Kenyan Parliament meeting Minutes, or Hansard, stated unequivocally that Barack Hussein Obama was born in that country, the topic had also been mentioned  repeatedly at the Parliament session held one day after the U.S. presidential election.

The following excerpts are from the Minutes of November 5, 2008, all containing references to Obama’s relationship to Kenya as expressed by members of the Parliament and entered into the official record.  Items in bold were added by The Post & Email for emphasis.

Page 3260: Dr. Khalwale: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. You have heard none other than the Leader of Government Business acknowledge that because of Obama’s win in the United States of America (USA), the House is crippled. Could we allow him to move a Motion for Adjournment so that we could also continue the celebrations of having a Kenyan ruling the USA? I humbly request!

Page 3266: The Assistant Minister for Water and Irrigation (Mr. Kiunjuri): Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, as you can see, people are really celebrating.  However, I am wondering whether the Americans have not reported to work and yet it is their victory. I am also hoping that there will be no homecoming for Obama. If there is one, the Leader of Government Business should alert us in good time so that we can set up a committee to organize for his homecoming.

Page 3275: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, the President-elect, Mr. Obama, is a son of the soil of this country. Every other country in this continent is celebrating the Obama win. It is only proper and fitting that the country which he originates from should show the same excitement, pomp and colour. I, therefore, seek leave of the House that we adjourn to discuss the issue.


Hon. Members, as you may be aware, the people of the United States of America have just had a historic election where the son of this soil, Barrack Hussein Obama, has been elected the 44th President of the United States of America and the first African-American President in the history of that country, please join me in registering and sending this House’s congratulations to the President-elect Obama for overcoming great odds to emerge victorious.

Page 3277: As we congratulate the American people and more, specifically, Senator Barrack Obama who is now President-elect, it is important to reflect on the journey that he has travelled so far. When countries get their foreign policy right, a lot of hope can ensue. What I have in mind is the famous Kennedy airlifts of the 1960s when many Kenyans were, due the friendship with the then Government and the late Tom Joseph Mboya, given the opportunity to travel to the United States of America as a result of [The Vice-President and Minister for Home Affairs] which we now have an African American of Kenyan origin being President-elect. This is momentous.

Pages 3277-3278: At the beginning of this year, Senator Barrack Obama called me at midnight and told me:  “Mr. Vice President, could you make sure you sort out this problem?”  I want to assure him that the problem has since been sorted out.

Page 3281: …That is why a young man who, in spite of his age and inexperience, in spite of the colour of his skin, his tribe and descent, was able to win the elections that were truly historic.

Page 3284: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I would like to take this opportunity to also congratulate Barrack Obama on his victory and also say that even as we look at that victory say it is possible, it is only possible because there are structures in place in the US that make it possible for any potential candidate to win, irrespective of whether they have a lot of money which they have gotten legally or illegally….

Page 3285: It does not matter what kind of structures we have in place for an Obama to come out of the Kenyan environment.

Page 3287:  As a student of International Law, I would like to say that the concept of sovereignty has, in recent years, received a bashing and, therefore, changed in the light of globalisation. One of the things that affected it is the migration that has seen a lot of people migrating from African countries to the West, and Barrack Obama is a product of that reality. If you go the USA now, we have many Americans who are called Irish Americans, Hispanic Americans and the list goes on. I want to proudly say that Mr. Barrack Obama falls in the category of the ones that are called Kenyan-Americans.

Page 3287: Kenya is going to receive a lot of attention, but let it not be negative because we are the home of the President-elect of the USA. Let us receive attention for being pioneers and overtaking Rwanda and other countries that have promoted the issue of women rights…

Page 3289:  I also want to pay tribute to the late T.J. Mboya for organising an airlift. That was a visionary leader and if he did not do this, we would not be celebrating the success of our brother, Obama from Kogelo.

Page 3291: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, if there is one lesson we can learn from Obama being elected as the first African to the presidency of the United States of America is that courtesy of having very strong institutions that would allow that.

Page 3293: Some Kenyans had spoken and said that opinion polls are misleading. However, they have seen what it means. If you are a good performer in whatever role you are playing politically— I highly congratulate Obama and salute Americans, Black, White and other races, for what they have done in showing the world that a leader can come from any community. I also want to congratulate Kenyans for the support they have shown. It showed the Americans that we were supporting one of our own.

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  1. I googled Kogelo. Kenya and read some of the info, the Obots are going to say that every reference in the Nov. 5, 2008 Paliament document was to Obama’s father, not to Obama himself.

  2. Terrry Wiley wrote: “While the March 25, 2010 Keny’aan Parliament meeting Minutes, or Hansard, stated unequivocally that Barack Hussein Obama was born in that country”

    Can you be more specific? I scanned the above doc and ran several word searches and came up empty handed. I have a saved copy of the document in question. Or was the doc scrubbed and re-posted?

    Also, being just a little leary, especially after the April Fools Ed Hale hoax, can you unequivocally vouch for the veracity of these documents? I read the 2008 document and while there are a lot of refererences, “a son of the soil” which could be interpreted as merely his “heritage”.

    I want to believe this is all true but am just a wee bit skeptical given what we truthseekers have been through the last two years.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Regarding the November 5, 2008 Hansard, on the second page, or page 3260, towards the bottom of the first column, it reads: “Dr. Khalwale: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. You have heard none other than the Leader of Government Business acknowledge that because of Obama’s win in the United Stated of America (USA), the House is crippled. Could we allow him to move a Motion for Adjournment so that we could also continue the celebrations of having a Kenyan ruling the USA? I humbly request!”

    1. The minutes have all of the above details that reference Obama being Kenyan born. I was able to download it to a word document and did a search of several words for each of the various paragraphs; they all checked out. I’m not sure if the minutes are still available though.
      Mrs. Rondeau replies: The March 25, 2010 Minutes are still available at the Parliament website; however, the November 5, 2008 Minutes have been removed.

  3. Just found this website. Has any of this come up on FOX? Anywhere?
    I am amazed that this is just coming up now. Does anyone really believe anything will come of it???
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: We believe it is always of value to look for and expose the truth, wherever it might lead.

  4. The best way to get this to go viral is to get a video up on YouTube. Unfortunately, I am not that talented in that area. Anyone else? I would think the video should contain screen shots with all the statements, the letter sent by The Post & Email, the newly scrubbed Parliament website, etc. I would be happy to provide all the information I have if someone can put it together.

    1. I just found that site as well. I tried to download it, but was unable to, even when I tried to set up an account. But I got smarter and took screen shots of all the relevant pages. I think a big story emerging here, which is not unusual, is all the cover-up and scrubbing of the internet going on. What a coincidence that the day the Kenyan Parliament received the emails sent by The Post, they decided to remove access to all the relative documents that were previously accessible on their website.

    2. Thanks so much for doing this, nwo37, as I really wanted to do some research on it. Hey Kenya, nah nah nah nah nah! (Sorry, couldn’t help it…)

    3. I can’t print from the alternate link, can’t copy and paste either. I tried to sign up and do it, but, no luck. Can someone help me figure out how to make a copy?
      Mrs. Rondeau replies: Click on “download and print.” You can simply download it without printing.

      1. Thanks, I never did get signed up to download it…but, I now have three printed copies, 41 pages each, and no ink left…and that stuff is expensive too.

        Anyone need a printed copy? I think I’ll send my Rep. Congressman Jonh Boozman a copy, he’s a conservative and a pretty good guy.

  5. Absolutely astounding and a great job of investigative reporting, Terry!! The FBI is going to be tired of hearing from me as I just sent your whole article to them and used up all the characters allowed for the “tip”. Yes, there certainly is a sense of a growing mass of evidence piling up. Thanks again for all your hard work and determination!

  6. That is some incredible stuff…I wonder how many people are aware of this?

    What is the most effective way to got this out, even if most will ignore it, it needs to be out there, everywhere!!
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Talk to everyone you know and inform them that our government has been taken over by a usurper and a traitorous Congress. Then tell them to do the same. If we can inform a majority of the voting citizens, or even “a tireless minority,” as John Adams said, we can gain enough momentum to oust every single one of them who have done this to us.

  7. Well, well, well…. how surprising. The Kenyan website(s) are “scrubbed” of the two documents referenced above. I can bear true witness to the fact that one of the docs DID exist. I managed to print a hardcopy of the “RDRAFT25” doc. But I never got the same chance for the “5.11.08A” document. Man, this angers me to no end.

    1. kjTx,

      Is the 5.11.08A document a “Kenyan National Assembly, Wednesday 5th November 2008, 51108A” document you are looking for? I found it on “Scribd” at: http://www.scribd.com.


      Scribd also has the RDRAFT25, March 25th, 2010 Kenyan National Assembly (Kenyan Parliament) Official Report:


      I noticed Scribd has this also: “Taitz v Obama – 21.1 – Attachments #1 [Recap] Exhibit Statements of Kenya Minister of Kenya Minister of Lands (The same thing as RDRAFT25)


      Bob 1943 and Ms. Rondeau: Scribd won’t let me copy & paste these from Scribd. I will try to download the above without printing it, through your suggestion here Ms. Rondeau, I’ll see if this works. Thank you.

      1. Good News!! On http://www.scribd.com – I can download and save anything I want from here now. I found out through trial and error, that I first had to create and open an “Open ID” account on Scribd to be able to download anything from Scribd. A Scribd “Open ID” account apparently automatically links Scribd.com to your “aol” or “other” email account to identify you, and you can then download & upload items from Scribd, once your identity and your email address has been confirmed online. Like Bob1943, I first tried to sign up and open various accounts here on Scribd, but somehow “Scribd” at first wouldNOT open up for me and work!…… So I created and opened an “Open ID” account on http://www.Scribd.com, linking to my “aol” account, and it works very well now, and I can download & save and upload items here very easily now!

      2. Nevermind – I found it on the Kenyan Parliament 2010 weekly plenary hansard schedule and it is there. The statement is half way down pg. 31.


        It is a .pdf amongst many. No link other than what is posted above.

        Looks like the entire 2008 weekly plenary hansard was removed on April 14, 2010 at 8;40AM or PM.

        Great work!! I have more confidence now…Thank you for all your effort!
        Mrs. Rondeau replies: Yes, here is the direct quote for anyone who missed it in an earlier article this week: “If America was living in a situation where they feared ethnicity and did not see itself as a multiparty state or nation, how could a young man born here in Kenya, who is not even a native American, become the President of America?”

      3. Hi Bob and ALL at 7:49 pm,

        Can you please read my comments above and below? To “download & to save” something off of Scribd.com onto a C/D or to an external saving device, that you want to save from Scribd.com, such as, “Kenyan National Assembly, Wednesday 5th November 2008, 51108A,” first go to this link at Scribd:


        Okay, you are at and are looking at this link at Scribd above. Let’s say you want to “download & save this above link to a C/D or to an external saving device” you are looking at on Scribd. Okay, while you are at Scribd looking at the link that you want to save off of Scribd, – simply click on “download.” “Download” is located at the link you are on at Scribd, at the top of the screen that you are on.

        Scribd will pop-up a new screen, and ask you to “log-in” as a user or to “sign up as a user.” If you don’t have an account here (like I didn’t), and you can’t “log-in” as a “user yet,” this is what I did and what you, Bob1943, and others can do on Scribd: You and I can click on: “sign up for a user Open ID” account on Scribd, to get a “user-log-in” account at Scribd. Okay now, click on “sign up for an Open ID” account on Scribd, and enter in your email address and info into it.

        The web site Scribd will identify and verify your email address with your personal I.D. in about one minute. Then Scribd will then allow you to: “Log In” now as a User at Scribd with a User Log-In Identity as an “Open ID” Log-in at Scribd through the email address and info you typed in at “Sign Up for an Open ID” at Scribd.”

        Now, you have a created a User Log-In “Open ID” at Scribd that was created by the email address and the info you typed into Scribd at Sign up for an “Open ID” that you can now use to “Log-in” as a User with an “Open ID” at Scribd.

        Bob1943, and ALL, this is the way you and I can “log-in” as Users of Scribd with an “Open ID” that we can each sign up and create to use on Scribd.

        Now we can Log-In as a User with the “Open ID” we created on Scribd. Scribd requires us to “Log-In as a User” at Scribd to enable you and I at the Scribd web site – to be able to download and save (burn) to a CD or an external saving device of any of the links or articles we may want to save off of Scribd. Only when you “Log In as a User” on Scribd, like with the Log-In User “Open ID” account we created above at Scribd, can you downloard anything off of Scribd.

        Okay, now that we signed up and created a Log-In User “Open ID” account at Scribd, we can download and save the files off of Scribd, that we want now, and we do NOT have to print them out until we want to, and we just keep the files we downloaded on our C/D’s or external saving devices that we saved (burned) off of Scribd. This saves us so much money and time… Bob1943, and ALL, I hope I have explained it okay. and that you understand this… and I hope this helps.

        I can also help people who to save (burn) YouTube videos and other videos into CD’s/DVD’s for evidence, if people want to know this. If people want to know how to do this here, just say so, and I’ll send in examples of how you can do this, if TP&E will print it.

  8. I have a feeling very similar to that of being under swollen rain clouds just before they break and the storms begin; that feeling of the air being too thick and heavy. In 2008 and 2009, these clues and pieces of evidence came to the front in little bits – sprinklings here and there. It’s all coming to the front at a rapid pace now. Something’s gotta’ give soon. This storm that’s been building for a couple of years is going to break soon. I feel it.

  9. What is the context of:

    “Pages 3277-3278: At the beginning of this year, Senator Barrack Obama called me at midnight and told me: “Mr. Vice President, could you make sure you sort out this problem?” I want to assure him that the problem has since been sorted out.”

    This is damning. Do you have a link, Terry? I am big on verification before I disseminate.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: The links to both Hansards are provided in the first two paragraphs of the article, but you can also find them at the Kenyan Parliament’s official website at http://www.parliament.go.ke/parliament/index.php. We do not publish anything that is not fully investigated first.