Friday, 1 May 2015

EXPECT VOTE RIGGING



Latest poll in Scotland. SNP set to win EVERY seat in Scotland

The opinion polls suggest that, in the May 2015 UK general election, the Scottish National Party (SNP) will win all of the seats in Scotland .

Nationalists on track to win all Scottish seats

The pro-independence parties (SNP and Greens) are supported by 56% of those polled.

The anti-independence parties are supported by 43% of those polled.

We believe that the recent Independence Referendum in Scotland was rigged and that a majority of Scots actually voted for independence.

We expect that there will be rigging of the vote in the coming UK general election.

A new pamphlet describes in detail how MI5 and John McTernan, chief of staff to Jim Murphy, the Scottish Labour leader, 'rigged' the 2014 independence referendum by creating thousands of fake No ballot papers.

Beware the Banana Republic Postal Ballot - Craig Murray.

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23 comments:

  1. Queen Lizzie won't be 'purring like a kitten' if the actual vote is allowed.

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  2. Tony Blairs new labour party had huge donations from the teachers and the postal union the CWU in exchange for not sacking 30,000 postal staff for mechanised mail sorting.

    The sorting machines already in use were programed to throw out mail with Tory voters names. Several large boxes of this mail were taken to a Dorset sorting office and hidden until after the election.

    The postman who organised this over the space of a year left the post office 'and became a government minister.'

    Some whle later mandelson, jewish style, wanted 30,000 men sacked if possible with redundancy payments, many men had their medical records thrown at them, men who were slow, non team players all kinds of men were sacked on trumped up charges

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    1. My company might be moving me to another division because i can't keep up the pace. I have been doing 50 hour weeks for years, and often more, but now I'm burnt out. I told them that i didn't want the O/T anymore and they said i have to do it.

      I like being home playing my piano or guitar, or programming the synths, my heart isn't in work anymore. The protestant work ethic is propaganda, we work far too hard - making the mega rich even more rich.

      Quality of life is important, but i hardly ever go for walks, or do nice things other than have too many beers weekends. I work hard at learning to play guitar and keyboards because one day i hope to escape the monotony of being an engineer.

      We are all being exploited in the matrix, we have a fake capitalist system designed to make work as they can get us to.

      But we're lucky there are still some employment protection regulations left. They can't sack me for being average, or slightly below average, and they can't sack me for not doing the overtime. I think it is time i took something back from the ruthless ruling class. I think i will take it make much easier from now on.

      And another hobby of mine is writing on the blogs. That's far more interesting than work.

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  3. Once in a while, slaves votes for new masters (executioners). Its Brits' turn to do this again.

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  4. Thanks Aangirfan, The comment above is interesting. If hoping to lose votes, why not have a nice big bonfire? Hiding them in Dorset so they could be found later seems most odd. Still people are like that.
    As far as vote rigging goes, the whole thing is pure conspiracy nonsense obviously. Britain's democracy is vital, thriving and every aspect of the British political system is beyond reproach as are all the fine institutions of the British state. Especially the way that most of the parliamentary Upper house are lifetime appointees based on their wealth and/or status! What could be more Democratic than that?
    They didn't even manage to do a good job rigging the Scottish independence vote, it was pretty obvious when there was an opinion poll a few weeks later and the disappearing majority was somehow magically restored. As Wayne Madsen wrote they were clearly rigging the polls prior to the vote also.
    The thing that I found disheartening was the way the S.N.P almost seemed complicit due to their failure to pay for exit polls that would have made the plot far harder to pull off..
    One interesting thing with the election is that we may be seeing the end of single party majority government in Britain. Anglo and US political pundits have tended to rubbish the multi-party coalition governments that are the norm in much of the world but It seems likely that this will be the reality in Britain also from now on. It is actually possible that Blair will be the last single party majority elected Prime Minister.
    http://crimesofempire.com/2015/04/29/baltimore-ablaze/

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    1. James, under The Edinburgh Agreement exit polls and recounts were both specifically disallowed. It seemed odd for them to put this into the agreement, why would exit polls be a problem in a democracy???

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    2. Thanks, I didn't know that. It clearly makes no sense.

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  5. I cannot speak for the rest of Scotland but in Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders there was a big turnout AGAINST independence. I know this from the people I spoke with and an Edinburgh taxi driver who told me he had questioned all his passengers as to what their preference would be: NINETY per cent said they were AGAINST independence!

    I have come across reports of vote rigging but if that was the case WHY DIDN'T the Scottish Nationalists kick upmore of a fuss over it?

    You are extremely niave if you think that the Scottish Nationalists are any different from any other UK political party. The fact that they are now being backed by Rupert Murdoch should ring alarm bells.

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    1. Under the Edinburgh Agreement both exit polls and recounts were specifically disallowed. Ten cases of vote fraud are still being investigated by Police Scotland. There has been a recent investigation into postal voting in the Scottish Referendum, there have been votes cast for people who do not live at the stated address, who have died, who do not vote etc. There has certainly been widespread fraud, the only contention is the extent to which it was carried out. For example, obvious security measures like seals on ballot boxes and escorting ballot boxes were both failed on a large scale. We will never know just how much this may have affected the result but it certainly DID happen.

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    2. Opinion polls after the referendum showed a majority in favour of independence.

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  6. Yes the vote was rigged and this one will be no different either.

    But that changes nothing. The SNP are still a commie fake nationalist party.

    What we need are Real Nationalists in Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Cornwall.

    Not communist spies and liberalist phonies and paedo protectors (i.e. in N.I.)

    We need Real Celts. Just like when Rome fell last time round. We Saved All!

    That will destroy all this Evil and rescue Britain, Ireland and the Free World!

    Saor Alba Gu Brath!
    Kernow Bys Vyken!
    Cymru Am Byth!

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  7. I would like to see the SNP break away and form an 'independent' Govt much like Norway etc... I would like to see a real 'democratic' party that bases a Govt. on 'meritocracy', able to redistribute the wealth and resources in a fairer way, take down the criminal banking cabals that operate in The City, a Govt. that exposes truth in regards to 9/11, 7/7 (countless other false flag ops)... THAT'S VITAL!!!, condemns Israel and recognises Palestine, invests and promotes green and sustainable energy (releasing suppressed technologies?), cleans up the intelligence agencies... BUT FUCK!

    I can't be a part of this any more, I don't know what the solution is, I only ever participated the only way I know how, and sought strong and honest leadership from others (which apart from this site, I've never really found). I can't see this 'truther' movement achieving anything spectacular soon. Maybe it's a slow process, and we're witnessing the beginning of the 'information revolution' and the effects will be seen by the next generation... who knows.

    Truth is, I am losing my way and losing my faith... more people are waking up, but are reluctant for any major change (out of fear). Most of the population still have their heads up their arses... AND IT'S TERRIFYING! Most of the truther movement are just as interested in attacking each other, as they are in exposing any corruption.

    I don't know, I really don't know... all I know is I'm ready to assassinate some people and employ the tactics the IRA used. People may disagree, and such Guerilla movements have only ever ended in misery and bloodshed, usually benefiting those it sought to destroy. It's just a viscous circle, and I've lost my faith. Posting on-line is not going to achieve anything any more. We have no real political representatives (Russel bloody Brand? :/ ). Any attempt to play 'the game' like The Elites do, means losing you're soul and becoming just like them. I don't believe Anonymous movement will ever achieve anything.

    I'm honestly finished (for a long time at least), Il continue to read this site for news and recommend to others, read the articles James R and other links provide... but I just can't. This site seems to be the most level headed, intelligent and aware... without going into 'Icke' realms of BS, and without purposely putting out misinformation.

    Think about where this movement should go, and how to put our knowledge, research and intelligence into practice, into action... apply to the real world that can positively and constructively make a difference, and threaten those in power.

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    1. I understand frustration but never violence. Saying such things, even flippantly, gives succour to the headline writers of The Daily Mail.

      Remember, a week is a long time in politics. Six months ago(ish) Alex Salmond resigned and other parties in Holyrood were even nice about him (no kicking when the man's down). They were sure thoughts of independence were finished, they KNEW that SNP were finished, they considered Salmond to be a 'cult leader'

      Six months later - Nicola Sturgeon is the most respected politician in the UK. SNP are looking to keep their existing seats plus another 53 to take EVERY Scottish seat! The Scottish public who voted NO, have been won over, the YES voters have stayed. Voters in England are also voicing genuine support and demanding real change!

      Don't be frustrated, Rome wasn't built in a day. Some things are worth waiting on.

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    2. "Guerilla movements have only ever ended in misery and bloodshed, usually benefiting those it sought to destroy."

      This is correct.

      The good news is that more people are now aware that the IRA and ISIS have been run by the spooks.

      The best change is the change that happens gradually.

      No earthquakes please.

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    3. Shirlz,
      It is very good to hear from you and to see that you are all right. Many thanks for the kind words and all the other kind things you have done for me. It did and does mean a great deal.
      You have a tremendous amount to offer without any of the Walter Mitty nonsense. ( I am like that too so I do not hold it against you at all.)
      The IRA was controlled opposition for f... sake, they weren't some righteous organisation in the slightest just another low MI cut out used to terrify people.
      Many of the points you make are very sound, but understand this we are fighting a system, so even if we were able to "zap" ten or twenty thousand of their worst, it would make no difference, the system does not depend on the identities who run it, it depends on the ignorance of almost all the people in the world and their unconscious support. That is what must be attacked and destroyed in my opinion and as a bonus it is legal.
      Really hope you reconsider your position mate, you have a chance to destroy the system with your mind, you will never lay a glove on them with "kinetic" measures. Obviously much of the dysfunction you describe is correct, and what you wrote about Aangirfan is very true. But guess what? We get to learn from and build upon the example that Aangirfan has set do we not?
      All the best and hope you receive this in the positive and encouraging way it is intended.

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  8. What, so MI5 are rigging the election, so that the SNP potentially win every seat? Unless the SNP are in on the conspiracy to keep the Tories in power, I can't see what their motivation would be.
    Nevertheless, the cold, hard truth is that the SNP landslide may well be enough to keep Cameron in Downing Street.

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    1. If MI5 rigs the election, it will be to ensure that London has a government that supports Trident.

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  9. Really very sad. But things are happening maybe too slowly for you but that is how it is.
    It seems you do not have a profound and meaningful spiritual practice that sustains and nurtures you as well as giving access to the qualities of empathy, love, compassion and equality that the elites are seriously deficient in.
    Courageous people are speaking out. Yes, they are trying to cover it up but it is all coming out slowly.
    The house of cards is collapsing. It will gain momentum and then hang on to your hats!
    x

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  10. The media north and south of the border is certainly on a pro-SNP hype train and Sturgeon being a left-wing extremist doesn't seem to be hindering her promotion or that of the SNP (phony nationalists).

    Salmond, Sturgeon...what is it with the SNP and fish? Inside joke. And surely Salmond = Salmon = Solomon? (think Peter Salmon, prominent BBC jew). Sturgeon is another artificial name?

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    1. Have you met Nicola Sturgeon? She is very far from being an extremist.

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  11. http://thefreethoughtproject.com/victim-testifies-police-involvement-sex-trafficking/

    Aangirfan, was eleanor roosevelt suspected of child abuse/trafficing?

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  13. I remember a dvd about Dallaire in Rwanda, Shake hands with the devil. The General woul get out at Interahamwe checkpoints and tell them all to clear off! And they would slink away! I had the opportunity to speak to Paul Crockett before he died. He stood up to Manson in Death Valley in 1969. I asked him how he'd done it. Where had the courage come from? Know what he said? "By being completely true to myself." Great answer! Watch Malcolm X on Youtube. What a giant of a man. Check out Hugh Thompson at My Lai.
    "The battle to heal human evil always begins at home. And self-purification will always be our greatest weapon."- Scott Peck

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