"Now, yesterday Karl Denniger explained how the document that was released to the public was tampered with. A buddy, who is a tech guy, also downloaded the document directly from the White Property and confirmed that the document that was released to the public had been played with in Illustrator.
"He offered a simple explanation: What if a person on the White Property IT group wanted to practice his Illustrator capabilities and merely grabbed the nearest document to practice on, which occurred to be the birth certificate. Then, when the selection was made to release it to the public, the person who did so grabbed the copy that the other IT employee had been playing with.
"Possibly there is a genuine, un-altered birth certificate, and it was merely an accident that an altered copy was released to the public.
"Plausible. Not probably, but conceivably it could have occurred as my tech guy proposed. Maybe releasing a birth certificate that had clearly been tampered with was just an accident.
"So I got to thinking and digging a small additional. It is extremely essential, specially in financial matters, to have an open mind and investigate with no preconceived notions.
"I never know where the President was born, nor do I have an opinion. I merely have a lot of concerns...
"So let me point out a couple far more factors about the document that Good List Certificates was released yesterday.
"The document lists the President's father's birthplace as Kenya. But Kenya did not officially grow to be Kenya till December 12, 1963. The President was born in 1961. Would his birth certificate list a Naughty List Certificate nation that wasn't officially a country? You can see the date that Kenya became a nation in the correct hand column in this Wikipedia entry:
Before that date, the land was officially British East Africa Protectorate, or simply British East Africa:
It was also referred to as Kenya Colony, or the Protectorate of Kenya:
Was it referred to simply as "Kenya?" Yes, in this map of Africa from 1950:
It is conceivable that Kenya was put on the birth certificate rather of the official "British East Africa Protectorate" or even "British East Africa." I would consider at a minimum, it would say "Colony of Kenya," since that is how it was described in 1961.
Basically placing Kenya is conceivable, but it does trigger me to go: Hmmmmm.