Dr. Alvin Onaka presented a paper at a Population Association of America meeting in Toronto, Canada in 1972. (Image credits: PubFacts, Population Association of America)
Dr. Alvin Onaka presented a paper at a Population Association of America meeting in Toronto, Canada in 1972. (Image credits: PubFacts, Population Association of America)

By Alan Jones | March 2, 2015

(1776 Channel) Hawaii State Registrar Dr. Alvin T. Onaka is linked to national eugenics organization the Population Association of America, 1776 Channel has uncovered.

A paper written by Dr. Onaka was presented by at the 1972 annual meeting of the Population Association of America, held in Toronto, Canada.

A paper written by Dr. Alvin Onaka was presented at the 1972 annual meeting of the Population Association of America meeting in Toronto, Canada. (Image credit: Population Index, Vol. 38, No. 3, Jul.-Sep., 1972 published by the Office of Population Research)
A paper written by Dr. Alvin Onaka was presented at the 1972 annual meeting of the Population Association of America meeting in Toronto, Canada. (Image credit: Population Index, Vol. 38, No. 3, Jul.-Sep., 1972 published by the Office of Population Research)

The Population Association of America was initially planned in 1930 by Margaret Sanger (who provided funding), Henry Pratt Fairchild, Eleanor Jones (president of the American Birth Control League), Harry Laughlin (Eugenics Record Board of Long Island), officials from the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and the USDA, and representatives of several foundations.

The Population Association of America was formally established in 1931.

Dr. Onaka is also connected to the Society for Biodemography and Social Biology (formerly known as the American Eugenics Society) as previously reported by 1776 Channel.

Dr. Onaka is the only Hawaii Department of Health official reported to have access to a dual combination-key lock safe inside the Hawaii Department of Health vault that allegedly holds President Obama’s original birth records.

Dr. Onaka’s stamped signature appears in a PDF image posted at WhiteHouse.gov. The White House alleged during an April 27, 2011 press conference that the PDF represents an official copy of President Obama’s Hawaii “Certificate of Live Birth” (COLB).

Dr. Onaka and Eleanor Nordyke have been connected since the 1970s with the East-West Population Institute, the eugenics think tank at the East-West Center.

Nordyke contacted the media in 2012, long after her retirement from the East-West Population Institute, to proclaim that she was at the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children maternity ward the night of August 4, 1961 while President Obama was born and that she remembered the event.

Nordyke founded Planned Parenthood of Hawaii in the 1970s.

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  • HistorianDude

    We’re still waiting for you to justify calling the East-West Population Institute a “eugenics think tank.”

    • bovril1a

      In point of fact NONE of these organizations are “eugenics think tanks” whatever that means. They deal with statistics, demographics, analysis of migrations and so forth

  • C. Hughes

    “Nordyke contacted the media in 2012, long after her retirement from the East-West Population Institute, to proclaim that she was at the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children maternity ward the night of August 4, 1961 while President Obama was born and that she remembered the event.”
    Wrong again, Mr. Investigative Reporter. She was first interviewed in December, 2008 and she said she didn’t remember Stanley Ann Dunham Obama being at the hospital.

    • HistorianDude

      Let’s help this brilliant investigator along, shall we? Let’s use the google.

      http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2008/Dec/22/ln/hawaii812220320.html

      • C. Hughes

        One of his greatest pieces of investigation was when he thought the Selective Service had changed thier record keeping rules so they that could destroy the microfilm copy of registration cards. I guess he didn’t understand he difference between the record copy and the working copy.

        • HistorianDude

          He is a fabulous dot collector. If only he could learn to connect them competently.