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“Uncle Omar” Found!

“Uncle Omar” Onyango Found!

Dreams From My Father, by Barack Obama, was first published in 1995, It is the story of how Barack Obama returned to Kenya in 1988 to trace his roots, and has become the cornerstone of Obama’s political biography. Two thirds of the way through the book Obama’s half-sister talked about Africans who had emigrated to the West and were never heard of again, “like our Uncle Omar, in Boston . . . They’ve been lost, you see.” A few pages later Obama meets his step-grandmother, Sarah, for the first time in the village of Kogelo. On the walls of her hut are photographs of Omar, “the uncle who had left for America 25 years ago and never came back”.

Well, finally, the lost uncle has been found. Obama’s long-lost “Uncle Omar” has been arrested for alleged drink-driving outside Boston and detained as an illegal immigrant. The arrest ends a mystery over the fate of a relative that the President wrote in his memoir had moved to America from Kenya in the 1960s. Official records say Onyango Obama, 67, was picked up outside the Chicken Bone Saloon in Framingham, Massachusetts, at 7:10pm on August 24. Police say he nearly crashed his Mitsubishi 4×4 into a patrol car, and then insisted that the officer should have given way to him. A report filed with the Framingham District Court said that a breathalyser at the police station registered his blood alcohol at 0.14mg/100ml of blood, above the state limit of 0.08mg. After being booked at a police station, he was asked whether he wanted to make a telephone call to arrange for bail. “I think I will call the White House,” he said.

Onyango Obama (Uncle Omar) is the half-brother of the president’s father, Barack Obama, Sr. Back in 1992, an immigration judge had ordered Onyango Obama to leave the United States, but he ignored the order. According to AP, the uncle has held a Massachusetts driver’s license since at least 1992 and he also had a Social Security number, even though he is an illegal immigrant. Margaret Wong, the Cleveland lawyer who successfully represented Obama’s aunt, Zeituni Onyango, confirmed through a representative last night that she has also been retained to defend Onyango Obama.

Aunt Zeituni Onyango Also Found – In 2008

This is old news, but what the heck… While searching for Uncle Omar The Times of London found a Zeituni Onyango, who also played a prominent part in President Obama’s book. A six-week search by the Times led eventually to Boston and to Aunt Zeituni Onyango. The Times called the Zeituni Onyango in Boston three times. The first time a woman said that she “went to California.” The second time a woman said: “She died last summer.” The third time a woman said, in French, that she did not know her at that address. On visiting the public housing project, however, neighbors confirmed that she was indeed the “Auntie Zeituni” in President Obama’s book – as she eventually confirmed herself. President Obama’s Auntie Zeituni was living as an illegal immigrant in a Boston public housing project. Zeituni Onyango faced deportation before a Boston immigration judge granted her asylum last year.

In an unreal display of chutzpah, Zeituni Onyango says we are now obligated to make her a citizen of this country because she’s an immigrant. She illegally overstayed her visa, received welfare, and lived in public housing for the last 10 years. Yet, she complained that she was a poor single black woman who was not given help. “I didn’t take any advantage of the system. The system took advantage of me.” “I didn’t ask for it; they gave it to me. Ask your system. I didn’t create it or vote for it. Go and ask your system,” she said. She has a successful nephew whose wife spends lavishly on clothing, accessories and vacations. Dare the thought cross their minds that the First Family might look after their aunt, rather than have taxpayers do it?

Uncle Omar and Auntie Zeituni are the children of President Obama’s grandfather Hussein Onyango Obama, by his third wife Sarah, the woman President Obama calls “Granny,” because she raised his father, Barack Sr, who was Hussein Obama’s son by Hussein’s second wife, Akumu.

As of 2008 when the Times found Aunt Zeituni, Uncle Omar had still not been found.

Coverup?

Have we ever heard of any of these members of Obama’s family before all this media coverage started? These aren’t distant relatives, they’re his aunt and uncle! What do we know about Obama’s brothers and sisters? He has eight half brothers and sisters – some in the US, one in China, some in Africa. What about his parents? Obama’s father, Barack Obama Sr., was a Kenyan foreign student in Hawaii when he met Obama’s mom, Stanley, who was a teenager. Obama Sr. already had a wife and baby back in Kenya, but he married Stanley anyway. He was a polygamist. His mom and dad originally met because of their love of Communism, revolution and third world-ism. It also informs us about Obama’s beliefs.

Never before has an American president been subjected to so little scrutiny, or had such an empty resumé with so many gaps in his life. We don’t know about Obama, or his values, or his history, or even his family. And the reason we don’t know any of this is because the MSM doesn’t tell us. How many more “long lost relatives” surprises await us?

But that’s just my opinion.

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