Came across this vid on Youtube and not sure what to think of it as I can't even hear what the author is saying or even tell if she's speaking
english. Not sure why some folks bother to make a video but not check if the volume is loud enough and/or their speech intelligible.
What is she getting at if anything?! Esp as far as 'time traveller' or 'clone'? Clones of Obama is a new theme to me, then again he does sort of
look like one of the nubians of egyptian history, i forget the name.
I could hear the girl perfectly. Cracked me up when she points out the 666 behind "obama".
Could be Obama, but most proberly not. Suppose someone could ask if he hung out with Michael Jackson at the 93 super bowl half time show.
But like the YouTube girl says " people are dying and then there's Obama" you may not get a reply.
The woman in the video is completely demented!!
This thread is crazy, it's not Obama but even if it was, who cares?
What a bizarre and insane woman and pointless thread.
Also how can you not hear what she's saying?
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The Obama-image looks more like Michael Jackson than Obama. If I was Obama I'd sue this woman for libel, slander, and lack-of-stand-up-comedianship.
As for the 666 symbolism behind the Obama-like phantom, that's the price of a beer.
Obama would have been 33 at the time that does not look like a 33 year old man,that kid in the video looks to me anyway no more than early 20's
here's another video claiming Obama in it at the 1:00 minute mark
it does resemble him but who knows?... he was in Chicago in 1993
this has a brief picture of Obama in 93,I have no clue how to take a screen grab so I'll post the video
it doesn't look like the kid in the op's video
edit on 30-8-2015 by TWILITE22 because: (no reason given)
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