Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen has compiled several archives of the CIAestablishing links between the Agency and the institutions and people who have had close relations with Barack Obama, his parents, his grandmother and his stepfather. The first partof his case highlights the involvement of Barack Obama Sr. in the actions of the CIA in Kenya. These operations were aimed at countering the rise of communism in Sino-Sovietinfluence in student circles, and beyond, they were also intended to obstruct the emergence of African leaders not aligned.
Business International Corporation, the CIA front in which the future president was
exercising the United States, organized conferences bringing together the most powerful leaders and employed journalists as agents abroad. The
work conducted qu'ya Barack Obama in 1983 is
consistent with the mission of spying for the CIA has met his mother,Stanley Ann Dunham in the 1960s, after the coup in
Indonesia, for behalf of other CIA frontcompanies, including the East-West Center at the University of Hawaii, the U.S. Agencyfor International
Development (United States Agency for International Development,USAID)  and Ford Foundation . Dunham met
and married Lolo Soetoro, Obama'sstepfather, the East-West Center in 1965. Soetoro was recalled
to Indonesia in 1965 as an officer senior to
assist General Suharto and the CIA in the bloody overthrow of
President Sukarno 
Barack Obama Sr. met Dunham in 1959 when Russian courses at the University ofHawaii. He was among the lucky winners of a ferry service between the East Africa andthe U.S. to bring 280 students in various academic institutions uniennes states. According to a report from Reuters in London on September 12, 1960, this operation simply enjoyeda "help" the only Foundation Joseph P. Kennedy. It aimed to train and indoctrinate futureagents of influence in Africa, a continent while becoming the ground of the power strugglebetween the United States, the Soviet Union and China to influence the plans of the newlyindependent or about to become.
When selecting expatriate students, Masinda Muliro, vice president of the Kenya AfricanDemocratic Union (Kenya African Democratic Union, KADU), denounced the tribalpreferences favoring the majority ethnic and minority group Kukuyus Luo. This favoritismfavored supporters of the Kenya African National Union (Kenya African National Union,KANU), led by Tom Mboya, the unionist and nationalist. This is Mboya who chooses to send Barack Obama senior attend the University of Hawaii. Obama senior then married,father of a child and waiting for a second child in Kenya, Dunham married on the island ofMaui February 2, 1961. Dunham was pregnant with Barack Obama three months agowhen his union with Obama senior. It became the first African student to integrate a U.S.
Also according to Reuters, also
said Muliro would want to send a
delegation to the United States to
investigate Kenyan students who received "gifts" from the Americans and to"ensure that gifts
given to students at the future [are] managed by people sincerelyconcerned
about the development of Kenya. "
Mboya received at the time a grant of 100,000 dollars from the Foundation Joseph P.Kennedy, under the invitation program for African students, after having refused the same offer from the State Department. Clearly, Mboya was concerned would have arousedsuspicions U.S. assistance directly in Kenya's political pro-communist, already suspiciousof his ties to the CIA. The program was funded by the Joseph P. Kennedy and the Foundation of African-American students. Obama Sr. was not part of the first groupairlifted to the United States but one of the following. This assistance program for African students, organized by Mboya in 1959, included students from Kenya, Uganda, Tanganyika, Zanzibar, Southern Rhodesia and Nyasaland and Northern (now Malawi) .
Reuters also reports that accused Muliro favoritism for the selection of recipients
of U.S. aid "to disrupt and embitter other African students. "Muliro said that" the
advantage wasgiven to the tribes majority [the
Kikuyu and Luo] and that many students selected by
theUnited States had failed the entrance exams while
other students were non-selected statebest recommendations. "
Obama Sr. was a friend of Mboya and a native of the Luo tribe. After Mboya's assassination in 1969, Obama Sr. testified at the trial of alleged murderer. Senior Obamaclaimed to have been the target of an attempted murder in the street after his court appearance.
Obama Sr. left Hawaii for Harvard in 1962 and divorced Dunham in 1964. He married aHarvard student, Ruth Niedensand, a U.S. Jewish, with whom he returned to Kenya and had two children. Their union also ended in divorce. Obama Sr. worked at the Ministry of Finance and the Kenyan Ministry of Transport and within an oil company. Obama Sr. died in a car accident in 1982; major Kenyan politicians attended his funeral, including RobertOuko, who became Minister of Transport and was assassinated in 1990.
The CIA documents indicate that Mboya was an important agent of influence on behalf of the CIA, not only in Kenya but across Africa. According to a weekly report of secret CIA(CIA Current Intelligence Weekly Summary) dated November 19, 1959, Mboya was responsible for monitoring the extremists in the second Pan-African Conference in Tunis.
"Serious friction [had] developed between Prime Minister of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah,and the Kenyan nationalist Tom Mboya who [had] actively participated in December to monitor extremists in the first Pan African Conference in Accra . "The terms" actively participated "suggest that Mboya was cooperating with the CIA, whose report wasprepared by its field staff in Accra and Tunis. It was during this period of "collaboration"with the CIA in Accra and Tunis that Mboya allotted to Obama senior a scholarship andwas offered the opportunity to go abroad and enter the University of Hawaii, where he met and married the mother of the current president of the United States.
In a weekly report of secret CIA oldest, dated April 3, 1958, appear these words: "[Mboya]remains one of the most promising African leaders. "The CIA, in another secret weekly report, dated December 18, 1958, the Kenyan nationalist Mboya called a" young voicecapable and dynamic "during his participation in the proceedings of the Pan African Conference, and was seen as opposing "extremists" such as Nkrumah, supported by.
In a declassified CIA document on the Pan African Conference of 1961, Mboya's conservatism, like that of the Tunisian Slim Taleb, is clearly defined as the counterweightto the politics of Nkrumah left the clan. The pro-Communist were elected to head theorganizing committee of the Pan-African Conference at the Cairo conference in 1961,which was attended Mboya. In the CIA report, the names of several of these leaders are mentioned: that of the Senegalese Abdoulaye Diallo, Secretary General of the Pan African Conference, the Algerian Ahmed Bourmendjel, the Angolans Mario de Andrade, of theNtau Mokhele Basutoland (Lesotho former), the Cameroonians Kingue Abel, AntoineKiwewa the Belgian Congo (now DRC), the Ghanaian Kojo Botsio, Ismail Touré ofGuinea, T. O. Dosomu Johnson of Liberia, Mali's Modibo Diallo, the Moroccan MahjoubBen Seddik, Djibo Bakari Niger, Tunji Otegbeya Nigeria, Kanyama Chiume of Nyasaland,the Somali Abdullahi Ali, the South African Tennyson Makiwane, and Mohamed FouadGalal united Arab Emirates.
The only participants who received the approval of the CIA were Mboya (which is every indication that he was an indicator of the CIA), Joshua Nkomo, a native of Southern Rhodesia, B. Munanka Tanganyika, Abdel Magid Tunisians Shaker and Ugandans John
Nkrumah was finally dismissed in 1966 after a military coup organized by the CIA, while on a state visit to China and North Vietnam. This operation was implemented one year afterthe agency took against President Sukarno, another military coup in which Obama'smother's family played a role. Some evidence suggests that Mboya's assassination in 1969was organized by Chinese agents acting on behalf of the government factions charged by the Kenyan president, Jomo Kenyatta, Mboya to fight against and thereby eliminate a politician African pro-American unien leading. All embassies in Nairobi had put their flagsat half mast in memory of Mboya, except one, the People's Republic of China.
The influence exerted by Mboya in Kenyatta's regime will
last long after his death, whenObama Sr. was still
alive. In 1975, Josiah Kariuki, a socialist member of KANU (the party he helped to set up with Mboya and Obama
Sr.) was assassinated. After the murder,Kenyatta government sent three ministers who rebellious "were related to either personallyKariuki, either Mboya. "This
information was originally classified as secret (classification level Umbra), she appeared in several memos from the
CIA in the Middle East, Africa andSouth Africa. She was
later posted on the network COMINT June 24, 1975. The information in this report, as evidenced by its level of
classification, from eavesdroppingconducted by the Kenyan Ministry of Interior. Nobody has ever been accused of
Wiretapping associates Mboya and Kariuki is a proof that the NSA and the CIAmaintained their surveillance of Barack Obama Sr., an individual, as an alien in the United States, which was likely to be subject occasionally the wiretapping law, which are responsible NSA and Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ, the electronic
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