"Lolo Soetoro was a colonel in the Indonesian armed forces and worked for the CIA-installed dictator, General Suharto, from 1965, after returning to Indonesia from Hawaii, where he married Ann Dunham, to 1970, when he joined Exxon. President Obama’s mother arrived in Indonesia to join Soetoro with young Barack Obama, Jr. in October 1967, while the CIA’s anti-PKI and anti-Sukarno “mopping up” operations were still taking place."
"There is a strong reason to believe that Armour Dunham worked in the 1950s for the CIA in the Middle East. An FBI file on Armour Dunham existed but the bureau claimed it destroyed the file on May 1, 1997. Considering the sour relations between the FBI and CIA during the Cold War, it is likely that Armour Dunham was being monitored by FBI director J. Edgar Hoover in the same manner as a number of other CIA officials and agents were being surveilled. Similarly, the pre-1968 passport records of Obama’s mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, were destroyed by the State Department."
"Well this happens all the time within the CIA. You see entire families growing up in the CIA culture. It is not just something that would have happened to President Obama. But we see how CIA has been around since 1947. We see the third generation now at the CIA, the third generation of some families. So that is not an unusual thing to happen. And I would note that when Obama left Chicago to go to Pakistan, not only was he in Pakistan, but he was being hosted by many top level Pakistani families including the Soomro family. His friend Soomro replaced Pervez Musharraf; when he stepped down, he replaced him as the acting president. It was not that he was just there back-packing around. He was there being hosted by some of the top level families in Pakistan, and in those days Pakistan was, of course, a CIA supported dictatorship just like where he grew up in Indonesia under Suharto; it, too, was a CIA-supported dictatorship."