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Over 123% of Sevastopol residents vote to join Russia!

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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 02:01 AM
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in Crimea 320000 probable immigrants in Israel - blue blood why they voted for Russia? parasite wants to cling to red blood cattle




posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 02:09 AM
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Census 1897 - 1900 predominantly ethnic population color light blue jews blue russians ic.pics.livejournal.com...



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 05:18 AM
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Xcathdra


“At 20:00 in Crimea, 1,250,426 people voted,” Malyshev announced. “This result does not include Sevastopol. When Sevastopol is included, 1,724,563 people voted,” he said. Therefore, according to Crimean “authorities,” 474,137 people from Sevastopol voted in the “referendum.”

However, as of November 1, 2013, according to the Department of Statistics in Sevastopol, the permanent population of the city numbered 383,499 people, and the total population at that time was 385,462 people.



Have we managed to ascertain if the bloggers initial assumption is correct with a map of polling areas yet?

Is it 474,317 'from' Sevastopol voted or 474,317 voted in Sevastopol?



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 06:32 AM
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khimbar

Xcathdra


“At 20:00 in Crimea, 1,250,426 people voted,” Malyshev announced. “This result does not include Sevastopol. When Sevastopol is included, 1,724,563 people voted,” he said. Therefore, according to Crimean “authorities,” 474,137 people from Sevastopol voted in the “referendum.”

However, as of November 1, 2013, according to the Department of Statistics in Sevastopol, the permanent population of the city numbered 383,499 people, and the total population at that time was 385,462 people.



Have we managed to ascertain if the bloggers initial assumption is correct with a map of polling areas yet?

Is it 474,317 'from' Sevastopol voted or 474,317 voted in Sevastopol?




Nope.. hence the reason ive kept asking if anyone could locate the polling results.

Although with the thread drift its possible it was posted and then buried.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 06:34 AM
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mangust69
Census 1897 - 1900 predominantly ethnic population color light blue jews blue russians ic.pics.livejournal.com...


Lets try again...

I am looking for official polling results.. not ethnic breakdown.

Also for someone who refers to Ukrainian officials as Nazis, you certainly go after Jews a lot. Anything you would like to share with the rest of us?



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 06:43 AM
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Xcathdra

khimbar

Xcathdra


“At 20:00 in Crimea, 1,250,426 people voted,” Malyshev announced. “This result does not include Sevastopol. When Sevastopol is included, 1,724,563 people voted,” he said. Therefore, according to Crimean “authorities,” 474,137 people from Sevastopol voted in the “referendum.”

However, as of November 1, 2013, according to the Department of Statistics in Sevastopol, the permanent population of the city numbered 383,499 people, and the total population at that time was 385,462 people.



Have we managed to ascertain if the bloggers initial assumption is correct with a map of polling areas yet?

Is it 474,317 'from' Sevastopol voted or 474,317 voted in Sevastopol?




Nope.. hence the reason ive kept asking if anyone could locate the polling results.

Although with the thread drift its possible it was posted and then buried.


Hence me asking if they'd been found. The thread drift is strong in this one indeed.

I can't find them anywhere; it would seem to be the simplest explanation though, that the bloggers initial conclusion from the data is flawed.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 06:51 AM
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I wonder if all 123% of them still feel the same way now that Russia has invaded.

Russian forces storm Ukraine Naval HQ in Crimea



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 06:55 AM
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Riffrafter
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I wonder if all 123% of them still feel the same way now that Russia has invaded.

Russian forces storm Ukraine Naval HQ in Crimea



Since freedom of speech and expression is now illegal under Russian law, we will never know.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 08:18 AM
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Well, I guess this is an example of "getting out the vote".
Up until now the record had been held for the vote to change Rhodesia to Zimbabwe at 114% of the eligible registered voters voting.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 09:10 AM
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So, here

itar-tass.com...

They say this.



Voter turnout in the Crimea on 20:00 (22:00 MSK) was 81.36%, said Mikhail Malyshev.

Turnout in the referendum in the Crimea was the highest in recent years
"At 20:00 in the Crimea voted one million 250 thousand 426 people, - he said. - This is the result, excluding Sevastopol." "In view of Sevastopol voted one million 524 thousand 563 people," - said the head of the commission. That, he said, the figure corresponds to 82.71% According to Malyshev, these figures have not changed.


This could all potentially be explained by someone transposing a 7 for a 5.

In fact, where did the blogger get the number from exactly?



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 09:32 AM
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Can anyone verify this quote?

'“At 20:00 in Crimea, 1,250,426 people voted,” Malyshev announced. “This result does not include Sevastopol. When Sevastopol is included, 1,724,563 people voted,” he said.

I can only find him saying that 1,524,563 people voted in total which gives 274137 voting in Sevastopol which given the population in the OP of 385462, is about 70% isn't it? Which if you remove children etc could take it to the 80% actually quoted.

I realise no-one cares, and now the 123% meme is out there and people believe it, but I'm really not sure it's true. In fact I think the blogger made a mistake.

And cue tumbleweed as it doesn't nicely fit peoples notions of the election in Crimea...



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 09:36 AM
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Right, we need a Russian speaker.

www.ntv.ru...

They say he said this.


Mikhail Malyshev , chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea on the organization and conduct of the referendum: "At 20:00 in the Crimea voted 1000000 250 Millennium 426 people. This result excluding Sevastopol. Given Sevastopol voted one million 524 thousand 563 people, which corresponds to 82.71 percent figure. "



Here's the announcement. Does he say 1,724,563 or 1,524,563?

Then we can clear this up finally and put this into the hoax bin.


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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 02:52 PM
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khimbar
Right, we need a Russian speaker.

www.ntv.ru...

They say he said this.


Mikhail Malyshev , chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea on the organization and conduct of the referendum: "At 20:00 in the Crimea voted 1000000 250 Millennium 426 people. This result excluding Sevastopol. Given Sevastopol voted one million 524 thousand 563 people, which corresponds to 82.71 percent figure. "



Here's the announcement. Does he say 1,724,563 or 1,524,563?

Then we can clear this up finally and put this into the hoax bin.


edit on k093703bamWed, 19 Mar 2014 09:37:34 -0500 by khimbar because: (no reason given)


Trying to label something as a hoax because you are unable to debunk it is getting old from that side of the fence. If the Crimean elections were so democratic then why have they not released any voting statistics breakdown? Why have they not released the actual law used for the vote, so we can find out who was allowed to vote and who was forced to stay home.

As of now the report is 123% voting participation in Sevastopol alone. That number is accurate until Crimea / Russia release the numbers to say otherwise. Voter fraud occurred, resulting in Crimea being illegally annexed into Russia.

Since the entire world minus like 5 nations have condemned this action by Russia / Crimea, I would say you guys have a LOT of work to do to justify the illegal actions.
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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 02:59 PM
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Of course 123% was a hoax ... just individuals trying to taint the referendum.

So obvious.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:00 PM
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It isn't. The op blogger is incorrect.

The blogger in the OP states this.

'At 20:00 in Crimea, 1,250,426 people voted,” Malyshev announced. “This result does not include Sevastopol. When Sevastopol is included, 1,724,563 people voted,” he said. Therefore, according to Crimean “authorities,” 474,137 people from Sevastopol voted in the “referendum.”

What the guy actually said was this...

Mikhail Malyshev , chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea on the organization and conduct of the referendum: "At 20:00 in the Crimea voted 1,250,426 people. This result excluding Sevastopol. Given Sevastopol voted 1,524,563 people, which corresponds to 82.71 percent figure. "

www.ntv.ru...

The blogger made up 200,000 votes by changing a 5 to a 7.

So it's wrong. 123% didn't vote.

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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:03 PM
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Xcathdra

Since the entire world minus like 5 nations have condemned this action by Russia / Crimea, I would say you guys have a LOT of work to do to justify the illegal actions.
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All of which is irrelevant and off topic.

123% didn't vote. The blogger got his numbers wrong by 200,000.



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:10 PM
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The poster has no credibility.

Final results from Sevastopol

True figures are 262,041 voted for Join the Russian Federation, of total 306,258 of registered voters. Registered voters that did not vote was 32,157.

You wont find the OP claim because it is in fact made up.
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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:44 PM
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Reinmax
The poster has no credibility.

Final results from Sevastopol

True figures are 262,041 voted for Join the Russian Federation, of total 306,258 of registered voters. Registered voters that did not vote was 32,157.

You wont find the OP claim because it is in fact made up.
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khimbar
All of which is irrelevant and off topic.

123% didn't vote. The blogger got his numbers wrong by 200,000.


Feel free to support your claims with links to the sources you guys made your decision off of please.

Also, if the information is made up wrong, why did Pravda also carry the story?
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posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 03:51 PM
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Xcathdra


Feel free to support your claims with links to the sources you guys made your decision off of please.

Also, if the information is made up wrong, why did Pravda also carry the story?
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I already have. Twice.

Here.

www.ntv.ru...

Here's a video of him giving the speech in question, so I believe. A Russian speaker could clear this up instantly.

Their translation, via Google translate.


Mikhail Malyshev , chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea on the organization and conduct of the referendum: "At 20:00 in the Crimea voted 1000000 250 Millennium 426 people. This result excluding Sevastopol. Given Sevastopol voted one million 524 thousand 563 people, which corresponds to 82.71 percent figure. "

Read more: www.ntv.ru...


Here again.

itar-tass.com...



"At 20:00 in the Crimea voted one million 250 thousand 426 people, - he said. - This is the result, excluding Sevastopol." "In view of Sevastopol voted one million 524 thousand 563 people," - said the head of the commission. That, he said, the figure corresponds to 82.71% According to Malyshev, these figures have not changed.


As to the other, ask Pravda.

Now I'll ask you one. Why did the blogger add 200,000 to the totals he used?



posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 04:00 PM
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One of the 17 year old snipers from right sector base Lviv, who was captured by locals, maybe will tell about the details.

Fascist Russia:



The Treaty enumerates 10 articles which will come into effect after ratification

Russia will guarantee that the people who live in Crimea and Sevastopol will be given the right to keep their native language as well as the means and conditions for learning it.

Thus, article 3 of the treaty stands that there will be three official languages in Crimea and Sevastopol: Ukrainian, Russian and the language of Crimean Tatars.


Remember the new team's (oligarchs supported by nazi's) first democratic language regulation after the putsch?
Very long, but worth to read it.




It is also obvious that there is no legitimate executive authority in Ukraine now, nobody to talk to. Many government agencies have been taken over by the impostors, but they do not have any control in the country, while they themselves – and I would like to stress this – are often controlled by radicals. In some cases, you need a special permit from the militants on Maidan to meet with certain ministers of the current government. This is not a joke – this is reality.



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