Cobbling together Internet criticisms of the Kenyan “birth certificate,” the pseudonymous Ron Polarik races to get in front of the growing snowball of rejection and declares it a forgery in a post on The Free Republic forum, calling those who believe the document “lunatics”.
Polarik (aka Ron Polland) said:
I am amazed at the cluelessness of many people in this forum about the above obvious fake document. For instance: Kenya didn’t become a republic until December 1964; E.F Lavender is a common detergent in Kenya & the certificate# 44 0 47 is laughable: 47 = he’s the 44th US President, O = Obama & 47 = his age. Are all these coincidental you lunatics….
In 1961, Mombassa [sic] was in ZANZIBAR, not in Kenya.
Note, that E. F. Lavender was the name of someone from Australia in 1915.