”Corsi releases statement blocked by Kenya” ”Soldiers detained WND reporter, quashing announcement of Obama findings”


Supporters of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) blockade the country’s main railway line through Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya, 29 January 2008.




WND is publishing for the first time the prepared opening statement by Jerome Corsi for the scheduled Oct. 7 press conference in Nairobi that was shut down when he was detained by Kenyan military and immigration authorities.

As Corsi developed the text the previous day, he shared it with key government officials and accepted suggestions for changes.

The only governmental factions Corsi was unable to interview in Kenya were Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Orange Democratic Movement party members still remaining loyal to him.

Corsi said the office of Kenyan President Kibaki and Vice President Kolonzo were fully informed of his intention to hold the press conference at the Grand Regency Hotel, and neither expressed any objections.

Prepared Remarks
Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D.
Senior Staff Reporter

For the past week, I have been in Nairobi, Kenya, investigating the ties between Sen. Barack Obama and Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, as first presented in my New York Times No. 1 best-selling book, “The Obama Nation: Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality.”

Chapter 4 of my book was devoted to Kenya.

As a result of the investigative journalism I have done in Kenya this past week, I can now verify the following:

  • Senator Barack Obama and Prime Minister Raila Odinga have been in direct contact since Senator Obama’s visit to Kenya in 2006.
  • Senator Obama has advised Raila Odinga on campaign strategy and helped Raila Odinga raise money in the United States for Raila Odinga’s presidential campaign in Kenya.
  • The memorandum of understanding Raila Odinga, representing the Orange Democratic Movement, or ODM, and Sheikh Abdullahi Abdi, the chairman of the National Muslim Leaders Forum, or NAMLEF, signed on Aug. 27, 2007, is now verified as a genuine document in the original long form Abdi produced for Kenyan television.
  • An eight-page document drafted for Raila Odinga as an executive summary of his campaign strategy, entitled “Positioning and Marketing of the Orange Democratic Movement and the People’s President – Hon. Raila A. Odinga,” that was allegedly prepared by the party’s core strategy team has also been verified as a valid document.
  • Odinga’s 2007 presidential campaign strategy called for exploiting anti-Kikuyu sentiments, claiming victory and charging voter fraud even if the campaign knew the election had been legitimately lost and being willing to fan the flames of ethnic tribal tensions and use violence as a last resort by calling for mass action which led to the destruction of properties, injuries, loss of life and the displacement of over 500,000 Kenyans. This was to create a situation forcing the Electoral Commission of Kenya to declare Odinga the winner or having him declare himself, by force, “The People’s President” at a rally in Uhuru Park.
  • Even though Odinga has not fulfilled his promises to the Muslims who voted for him, he continues to cause concern among Kenyan Christians, because he has not declared his position on Shariah law and the Kadhi’s Court in Kenya.
  • Sen. Obama remained in active phone contact with Odinga, through the New Hampshire Democratic Party primary in January, continuing to support Odinga, turning a blind eye to the memorandum of understanding signed with Muslims and the post-election violence instigated as part of the ODM campaign strategy.

Until the U.S. presidential election in November, I will be substantiating these charges on WorldNetDaily, where I am a senior staff investigative reporter.

I also plan to be actively on radio and television in the United States to explain the results of my research in Kenya and the articles I plan to write on WorldNetDaily.


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3 Responses to “”Corsi releases statement blocked by Kenya” ”Soldiers detained WND reporter, quashing announcement of Obama findings””

  1. sarahbarracuda08 Says:

    I hope the reason that Jerome Corsi has not been on the Sean Hannity Shows – is bacuse he is working HARD to be sure that his facts are hard and fast and cannot be “debunked” by the media.
    (I also pras that his is recovering from the trauma of his detention and deportation in Kenya- and that he was not poisoned. He has been bedridden since his return to the US- and some poison effects can be like that of arthritis. God Speed Corsi)

    It would be such a BLESSING if someone could get SOMEONE from the inside of the government (Senate) to corroborate the e-mail ISPs and cell phone call LUDS from Obama to Odinga- or Obama’s “second”- Mark Lippert.

    We need absolute evidence- not just this internet, new media horse-hockey.

    It pains me that Jerome Corsi, Peter Berg, Sean Hannity and even Bill O’Reilly and FOX News have been painted as right “wingnuts.”

    “The Truth is Out There.”

    Why can’t you get it out to the people?

    We have to fix this economy- and it cannot be accomplished by a Socailist who wants to “spread the wealth” and has no faith in America.

    Wake up America- we only have 2 weeks!

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