WND senior staff writer Jerry Corsi

Barack Obama. Kenya. Raila Odinga. Deadly riots that destroyed hundreds of Christian churches. The 2008 U.S. presidential campaign. Got questions? Hear the story from the man who investigated as WND founder and editor Joseph Farah is joined on a teleseminar by “The Obama Nation” author Jerry Corsi.

To attend this event, Thursday at 6 p.m. Eastern Time, click here now!

The event will be simulcast via telephone or webcast, it’s your choice, but make plans to participate in the 45-minute discussion.

WND already has reported how Corsi, during last week’s trip to Kenya, discovered documentation of Obama backing Odinga in a campaign that ultimately included post-election riots that left about 1,000 people dead and hundreds of Christian churches destroyed.

WND also reported how Corsi was detained by soldiers with guns and immigration officials just as he was scheduled to hold a news conference about his further investigation into Obama’s Kenya involvement and again later into the bribes paid to enable his departure from Kenya.

Sen. Barack Obama with Raila Odinga

Corsi will discuss what he found and what an American senator’s involvement in internal Kenya politics could mean to the U.S..

As WND previously reported, Obama openly campaigned for Odinga during the Illinois Democrat’s 2006 Senate “fact-finding visit” to Kenya.

WND also has reported on an online campaign document, apparently part of Odinga’s plan, that states: “It is possible to trigger a class war by painting the Kibaki Government as an insensitive, uncaring group of Muthaiga Golf clubbers. Available research also suggests that this strategy could also resonate with poor kikuyu youth who feel economically marginalized by their own government. As part of this strategy the party should seek to elevate the emotions within all youth constituents who may … be willing to vote for us in the protest. Visible signs of class disparity will provide important fodder for this theme.”


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