On the banned list are any questions about Obama's post-Columbia University employment with Business International Corporation, a global financial and political information company that WMR previously reported was a front for the CIA.
White House Press Corps members have been quietly told that any questions related to BIC, Obama's withheld records while he was a student at Occidental College in Los Angeles from 1979 to 1981, or his records at Columbia, are forbidden. . .
In 1981, Obama spent time in Jacobabad and Karachi, Pakistan, and appeared to have an older American "handler," possibly a CIA officer. WMR previously reported that Obama also crossed the border from Pakistan and spent some time in India. At the time of Obama's stay in Pakistan, the country was being built up as a base for the anti-Soviet Afghan insurgency by President Carter's National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski and later by President Reagan's CIA director William Casey.
Obama has suspiciously refused to release his transcripts from Occidental or Columbia University and he has remained cagey about his post-Columbia employment with BIC.
The word from the White House press corps is that if anyone were to ask Obama about BIC or possible past CIA work, domestically or abroad, the offending reporter would see a quick pulling of the White House press credential.