Barack Obama: Department of Defense Correspondence -
Correspondences between Senator Barack Obama and the Department of
Defense, dating from March 3, 2005 to February 8, 2008. These
documents were released in October 2010 by the Department of
Defense, after a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
Leahy, Michael Patrick: The Myth of Barack Obama's Early Life, 2008?
"Beginning with the publication of his memoir, Dreams from My Father, in 1995, Barack Obama has promoted a myth of his early life, one that is familiar to every American who pays attention to the political process. His African father, Barack Obama Senior, abandoned his white American mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, in 1963 when he was two years old, leaving them in Hawaii while he went off to study for a Phd. in Economics at Harvard. Barack Obama Senior was the recipient of a scholarship that offered enough money to support him, but not his young wife and son. His life story, on which he has so famously expounded, is one of a young man trying to make sense of that abandonment. The evidence suggests a different and far more complex truth, one that as the writer of his own life story, Barack Obama had a duty to explore more fully. While we can't fault Barack Obama for believing the fictional account his mother told him about his father's role in his early life, we can fault him for failing to undertake even the most rudimentary investigation of the truth behind this fictional account as an adult, and subsequently perpetuating that fiction publicly for over thirteen years"
Madsen, Wayne: The Story of Obama: All in the Company, 2010. - 33 s.
'Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen has discovered CIA files that document the agency's connections to institutions and individuals figuring prominently in the lives of Barack Obama and his mother, father, grandmother, and stepfather. The first part of his report highlights the connections between Barack Obama, Sr. and the CIA-sponsored operations in Kenya to counter rising Soviet and Chinese influence among student circles and, beyond, to create conditions obstructing the emergence of independent African leaders.
From 1983-84, Barack Obama worked as Editor at Business International Corporation, a Business International Corporation, a known CIA front company.
President Obama's own work in 1983 for Business International Corporation, a CIA front that conducted seminars with the world's most powerful leaders and used journalists as agents abroad, dovetails with CIA espionage activities conducted by his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham in 1960s post-coup Indonesia on behalf of a number of CIA front operations, including the East-West Center at the University of Hawaii, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Ford Foundation. Dunham met and married Lolo Soetoro, Obama's stepfather, at the East-West Center in 1965. Soetoro was recalled to Indonesia in 1965 to serve as a senior army officer and assist General Suharto and the CIA in the bloody overthrow of President Sukarno.'
Aagaard, Charlotte: USA likviderer terrormistænkte som aldrig før: Siden Obama overtog magten i Det Hvide Hus, er USA's likvideringer af terrormistænkte mangedoblet. Borgerretsorganisationer og eksperter anklager USA for brud på folkeretten. I: Information, 10/28/2011.