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I want to pass on this Amazon.com book review of Jerome Corsi’s latest book, Where’s the Birth Certificate? The reviewer gave the book 5 stars!

The book adress the pratical end of the USA soberany by the richs and pagan iluminat against cristianity a 3 sicle plan to destroy us but will not sucedy Jesus is gong back to Tzion Ierushalaim Israel soon! Shabat toda!

WTBC? ranking:

  • Amazon.com: 146
  • Barnes & Noble: 637

19 Responses to Book review

  1. avatar
    US Citizen June 4, 2011 at 2:47 am #

    Cherish this post.
    In order to write it, the reviewer ignored his remedial 3rd grade spelling lessons, took time away from his cousin’s loving touch and missed his daily Palin bus updates.
    Truly, this person is blessed with the spirit of the Lord.
    Perhaps even Lord Voldemort.

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    J.Potter June 4, 2011 at 3:48 am #

    I am so glad you spotted that one! Mine, an attempt to encourage reader to consider sources, hasn’t received much comment yet:

    http://www.amazon.com/Wheres-Birth-Certificate-Eligible-President/product-reviews/1936488299/ref=cm_cr_dp_hist_1?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&filterBy=addOneStar

    If you approve, I’d appreciate a vote. My apologies to Doc for the plug.

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    J.Potter June 4, 2011 at 3:48 am #

    In defense of this post, it is from Brazil. Supposedly.

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    Mary Brown June 4, 2011 at 5:36 am #

    I suspect this person is a Christian Zionist. This point of view is being pushed on Christian Radio and has become part of the landscape. I recently left a Bible Study that I loved and participated in for 20 years because they began to push this idiocy. It has become part of the political view of the Christian Right. Then they tie it all into President Obama and their dislike of him. I know Representative Bachman is an advocate. She is Lutheran and I know Lutheran theologians reject it. My pastor has given me quite a bit of material to read over the summer which includes some historical as well as Biblical references. I am becoming very vocal when confronted with it. I think certain cynical political operatives like Ralph Reed use it to fire up the troops.

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    Thrifty June 4, 2011 at 10:16 am #

    BARACK OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE DOES NOT EXIST IN FOUR SIDED TIMECUBE. YOU ARE EDUCATED STUPID ONE-IST IF YOU DENY KENYAN FOUR CORNER SIMULTANEOUS FOUR DAY CYCLE.

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    Thrifty June 4, 2011 at 10:16 am #

    Please I hope someone gets that reference and doesn’t think me sincerely nuts.

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    Majority Will June 4, 2011 at 10:42 am #

    Thrifty:
    Please I hope someone gets that reference and doesn’t think me sincerely nuts.

    Well, not sincerely as such but still. 😉

    BUT I UNDERSTAND YOUR Ray OF TRUTH if you evolved from teenager, HUMAN CUBIC.

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    Bob June 4, 2011 at 10:50 am #

    Before he read the book his brain functioned normally.

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    J. Edward Tremlett June 4, 2011 at 11:24 am #

    Zionism by way of Sao Paolo? Timecube indeed.

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    Mary Brown June 4, 2011 at 2:09 pm #

    He speaks the language of a Christian Zionist.

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    Zixi of Ix June 4, 2011 at 5:30 pm #

    Christian Zionism seems to divide people everywhere it lands. It is deeply rooted in Republican Party politics at this point, and has the power to fracture the GOP even more than it is currently split.

    A friend (who is an observant Jew) told me that Christian Zionists are at least part of the reason that many Jewish people don’t vote Republican.

    He said that Christian Zionists believe that the return of the Jews to the Holy Land, fulfills Biblical prophecy.

    At the same time, he said that CZ’s believe that Jews won’t be “saved” unless they convert to Christianity, which indicates that the support for the Jewish people and Israel by conservatives is limited and entirely self-serving.

    The CZ “support” for Israel is so strong that any deviation is seen as Satanic, which is without a doubt part and parcel of their vitriolic rejection of Obama. He’s foreign in every way to them, racially, religiously, in every way possible.

    I’m a fiscal conservative who can no longer call myself a Republican, in large part because of this sort of thing.

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    red-diaper baby 1942 June 4, 2011 at 11:37 pm #

    In all fairness, the writer of the review is Brazilian; I thus think his lack of English skills is understandable. It just goes to show — there are religious monomaniacs outside the southern US Bible belt! What I find considerably more appalling is the preposterously partisan “product description” on the Amazon website:

    In Where’s the Birth Certificate? two-time No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi demonstrates conclusively that no legal authority has ever verified Obama’s legal eligibility to be president, that glaring inconsistencies, blackouts, and outright fabrications in his life narrative have generated widespread doubts, and that, in fact, a compelling body of evidence says Obama is not a natural-born citizen as is required of all presidents by Article 2, Section 1, of the Constitution.

    “demonstrates conclusively” ???? “compelling body of evidence” ???????

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    misha June 5, 2011 at 4:35 am #

    red-diaper baby 1942: Corsi demonstrates conclusively that no legal authority has ever verified Obama’s legal eligibility to be president,

    Know who else was a red diaper baby? Lani Guinier. She’s also Afro-Judeo, and was so smeared, she withdrew. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lani_Guinier

    Interesting pattern. You know, only white women who were communists would have relations with negroes. Which means Obama was at least exposed…

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    misha June 5, 2011 at 4:40 am #

    Zixi of Ix: A friend (who is an observant Jew) told me that Christian Zionists are at least part of the reason that many Jewish people don’t vote Republican.

    CZs also egg on settlers into violent confrontations with Arabs, in the hope of sparking Armageddon. They encourage settlers to steal from Arabs, telling them the bible gave them the rights to the land- Jews only. Whenever a CZ says that to me, my response is “an offer letter hasn’t yet arrived in the mail. When will I get it?”

    Sarah Palin – “I think the settlements should be expanded.”

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    Dr. Conspiracy June 5, 2011 at 8:19 am #

    red-diaper baby 1942: Corsi demonstrates conclusively that no legal authority has ever verified Obama’s legal eligibility to be president, that glaring inconsistencies, blackouts, and outright fabrications in his life narrative have generated widespread doubts, and that, in fact, a compelling body of evidence says Obama is not a natural-born citizen

    Yes, I agree the publisher’s blurb is junk.

    I don’t see the significance of their argument beginning “no legal authority….” Barack Obama received the certification of his election by the Congress and that is what the Constitution calls for. Are they saying that the US Congress is an “illegal body?”

    The second part of their argument looks like “the absence of evidence is the evidence of absence.” But this is a magician’s misdirection because there is quite a bit of evidence that confirms that Barack Obama was born were his parents were living. The argument basically says “anything that is not perfect in Obama’s life story is evidence that he was born in Kenya” even though nothing in Obama’s life story actually implies he was born in Kenya.

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    Scientist June 5, 2011 at 8:25 am #

    Doc: I believe you misunderstood. Red-diaper isn’t making that argument, he’s criticizing the book blurb for making it.

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    red-diaper baby 1942 June 5, 2011 at 8:42 am #

    Dr Conspiracy — as Scientist has pointed out, you seem to have misread my posting. I was citing the “Product Description” of the book on the Amazon website, as misleading and partisan. It was evidently simply copied from the publisher’s info or from the blurb on the book’s dust-jacket (I haven’t seen it, but that’s how it reads). I tried to make my point clear with the multiple question marks, but evidently I failed.

    I myself live in Europe, so I use Amazon.uk; its Product Descriptions tend to be more objective.

    I find it difficult to post on these discussion boards (not only this one), since my postings (which as a scholarly writer I try to make as clear and unambiguous as I can) are so often misread and/or misinterpreted. Perhaps some readers tend to skim the posts, looking for a simplistic message.

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    Dr. Conspiracy June 5, 2011 at 8:42 am #

    red-diaper baby 1942: Dr Conspiracy — as Scientist has pointed out, you seem to have misread my posting.

    Sorry about that. I have repaired my comment.

    There are almost 95,000 comments now, and after that many I do tend to skim them sometimes.

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    Daniel June 5, 2011 at 6:04 pm #

    red-diaper baby 1942: What I find considerably more appalling is the preposterously partisan “product description” on the Amazon website:

    I think you’ll find that for Amazon, the product description is generally, if not always, written by the books publisher or author. It’s not surprising, therefore, that the product description always paints the product (book) in glowing complimentary terms.

    If you call your own book “utter crap, not worth the money” it’s unlikely you’ll sell very many. In advertising, honesty is NOT the best policy.