Thursday, February 21, 2013

How could a healthy society with a free press and functioning political system permit this quite apparent fraud to go officially unaddressed and forensically unassessed by any responsible federal authority?

Feb 20
Written by: Diana West

President Obama speaks to reporters about the online birth certificate White House officials uploaded on Wednesday, April 27, 2011.

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Below is an original essay by David Solway, but first an introduction.
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There are at least two basic ways to approach the signal, neutralizing event of American history.
Before I present examples of both by a singular guest-author, I realize I first have to specify what that signal event is. Our non-recognition is testament to many things, not least of which is the event's almost anti-climactic nature. We might think of the event as only the most visible manifestation, like a sore or lesion, of an underlying sickness in American society that more intangibly has rejected morality, bankrupted the law, and devalued the Constitution. Maybe the shame of it all is why we pretend this manifestation isn't there.
I refer to the president's all-but-certainly forged online birth certificate. How could a healthy society with a free press and functioning political system permit this quite apparent fraud to go officially unaddressed and forensically unassessed by any responsible federal authority? It could not. It would be impossible for a healthy democratic society to behave so irresponsiblly, so undutifully, so cravenly. Thus, we are not a healthy, democratic society; nor have we been for some time leading up to this signal presidential fraud. (The new book, American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation's Character, is a history of that transformation.)
So, returning to the two approaches to this signal event: First, there is the personal approach, which grapples with (and sputters over) the realization that there is -- even in this age in which the frequent need for identity documents is universal -- one law for the mighty and another for the rest; second, there is the scientific approach, which rationally (but not necessarily dispassionately) assesses evidence and probability to conclude We, the People have been sold a nasty bill goods.
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