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Originally posted by JulieMills
this is a no brainer right here.
Now the hard part is to get the news media to ask the question.
[edit on 2-6-2009 by JulieMills]
Originally posted by jam321
reply to post by greenorbs
I have heard of people going to Cuba despite the U.S. travel ban.
But isn't that breaking American law?
I do find the ops timeline very interesting and feel that there are a lot of questions that need answering.
Originally posted by maybereal11
reply to post by Alternative
Yes. I was wrong. Cuba for example...You can travel there, but it requires a world of paperwork with I think the the Department of Commerce since there is an embargo and in theorey they have final approval. So travel is restricted in certain ways at times for certain countries.
As far as this thread is concerned though...there was no Travel Ban in place at the time for Pakistan and the OP is a BS email being shot around by the fringe far right.
Here is the Travel advisory for Pakistan in 1981.
US State Department Travel Advisory for Pakistan in 1981, No. 81-33A
Originally posted by mikerussellus
I'm going to have to join my voice with those that say that this is a needless thread.
Shame on you for picking on him just because he is finally admitting his muslim roots.
Shame on you for shining the light on phoney passports
hidden trips to questionable countries
and dubious birth records.
Originally posted by Southern Guardian
reply to post by PowerSlave
Soetoro signed him up to those schools against the laws at the time, and evidently had to lie. I dont blame soetoro though, school is important, and given the strict laws I guess the lying on the school registration were necessary.
Originally posted by Boomer1941
Don't ask me for sources because it's been awhile, this comes from some other forums.
Originally posted by earlywatcher
how can you possibly know this? were you there?
unless you were party to these things, you are making assumptions
Originally posted by PowerSlave
Actually if he was indeed adopted in indonesia at the age of 5 or younger, he would automatically become an indonesian citizen.