by Sven Magnussen
My leader and co-patriot, Orly Taitz, Esq., has struck the first blow and drawn first blood in a article on her blog entitled, "Sven Magnussen is a resident of Sweden, not an employee of the State Department, there is no proof to his story about Catholic charities adopting Obama". Orly, I'm disappointed.
Let's clear a few things up so we can stay focused. My name is not SvenMagnussen, Sven Magnussen or Sven Magnusson. SvenMagnussen is a pseudonym I use because I chose not to voluntarily release my name. It's like Dr. Conspiracy, only I'm not bald. For reasons of his own, Dr. Conspiracy confirmed his real name in a blog post. I choose not to do that. Nevertheless, I've experienced many of the same adversities you have highlighted on your website, i.e. vehicle tampering, vehicle break-ins, threats, harassment, etc. I can't prove it, but I'm certain, many important people know who I am and what I'm doing. I don't think I'm anonymous. I choose not assist the entities who want the biggest fraud ever committed against the United States to continue. Also, I'm not Swedish, I'm not an employee of the State Department and I'm not a lawyer.
Your obsession for submitting proof with a civil suit complaint has been your downfall. According to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, proof submitted with a civil suit complaint is ignored. The reason it is ignored is because the allegations in the complaint are considered to be true until the defendant proves the allegations do not have merit. In Court, Judges are referred to as, "Your Honor." Licensed, practicing lawyers are officers of the Court. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are based upon honor and integrity of the judicial officers of the Court. Consequently, the rules dictate allegations made in a civil suit are true until the defendant successfully articulates a theory by a preponderance of the evidence which finds the allegations do not have merit.
After the defendant in a civil suit denies the allegations, discovery can begin. This is when proof of the allegations are obtained. Obama's immigration file can be subpoenaed from Obama or from DHS, USCIS or NARA after a Touhy Exception is granted. Barring that, a rebuttal witness can be called to testify Obama's immigration file does exist and it contains a Certificate of Naturalization issued to him in 1983. If the jury does not believe the rebuttal witness, then corroborating evidence can be subpoenaed. Obama's original Form SS-5, Application for SSN, from SSA can be subpoenaed from Obama or the SSA, after a Touhy Exception is granted. Obama's NUMIDENT file from SSA will identify him as an applicant with permanent resident alien status, as well. Furthermore, Obama's college application and transcript from Occidental College will identify him as foreign student.
How do we know Obama was born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961? We know this because Obama has published and has shown a certified copy of his Certificate of Live Birth stating he was born on August 4, 1961 in Hawaii. You can't ignore a certified, authenticated abbreviated vital record from Hawaii because the long form has been sealed and archived in the State of Hawaii. The long form birth certificate was sealed in Hawaii after the Soetoro adoption was finalized in Hawaii, not Indonesia.
How do we know Obama was adopted by Lolo Soetoro in Hawaii? A sealed and archived long form birth certificate is evidence of adoption. Furthermore, the Associated Press has published a school record of Barry Soetoro, January 1, 1968, which identified him as an Indonesian national and his father as Lolo Soetoro. Again, more evidence Lolo Soetoro adopted Obama. It's a false narrative to explain the Soetoro adoption would not have been recognized in Indonesia because the child was too old. Indonesia law had exceptions for children adopted by Indonesian nationals from a family of divorced parents. The Obama divorce was finalized before the Soetoro marriage and Soetoro adoption.
How do we know Obama was issued a Certificate of Loss of Nationality (CLN) in 1968 when the Foreign Affairs Manual states minors cannot voluntarily renounce their U.S. Citizenship? The Foreign Affairs Manual is a policy and procedures manual used by foreign service officers to enact the policy by the current administration. Each administration updates and revises the FAM to suit their administrative policies within the guidelines of the U.S. Constitution, U.S. Federal Law and treaties entered into with foreign countries. Only the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government is discharged with the Constitutional authority to establish uniform rules and regulations with regard to U.S. Citizenship. The U.S. Congress is discharged with the Constitutional authority to establish uniform laws and regulations with regard to immigration and naturalization. Naturalization is a process of obtaining citizenship. Once citizenship is obtained, only the Executive Branch of government has Constitutional authority to establish uniform rules and regulations with regard to citizenship. The issuance of a CLN is discretionary and entirely within the discretion of the Executive Branch of government.
But, but, but .... the FAM and Court opinion say a minor cannot renounce their U.S. Citizenship. What about that? Anyone of any age can move out of the country and renounce their U.S. Citizenship. Any discussion concerning a minor incapable of making an informed, voluntary choice on forfeiture of citizenship concerns revocability of the CLN and not the prevention of the issuance of the CLN. Minors can return to the U.S. and revoke their CLN for any unspecified reason until six months past their 18th birthday. This issuance of a CLN is entirely upon the Executive Branch of government. The U.S. Congress and the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government have the Constitutional authority to proffer rules, regulations and orders on revocability of a CLN after it has been issued by the Secretary of State. In Afroyim v. Rusk, SCOTUS did not opine the Secretary of State could not issue a CLN to dual citizens who voted in foreign elections. Rather, it opined the former dual citizen could revoke the CLN through application for a U.S. passport.
Why would the Secretary of State issue a CLN to someone who could revoke it? The issuance of a CLN relieves the U.S. State Department and U.S. taxpayers of the burden of protecting and providing service to a U.S. citizens who live abroad and do not plan to return to the U.S. Generally, a former U.S. Citizen must return to the U.S. or plan to return to the U.S. in the near term to revoke a CLN.
In closing, it's important to remember all of the publicly available information in determining Obama's ineligibility. Indisputable proof Obama is ineligible for the Presidency is in his immigration file and not his birth records. Good luck, Orly. You may continue to count me as a supporter. A frustrated ... disappointed ... can't believe you haven't memorized the F.R.C.P. supporter.
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- Serving a Summons, Complaint on the President as an Individual
- Grinols v. Electoral College; Motion for Reconsideration of Order; Obama Demands Service Through DoJ AG
- US Court of Appeals; Naturalized Citizens Not Eligible for POTUS
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