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Scotland Vote No In Referendum – Selfish, Scared People, Well Done!

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posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 05:33 PM
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a reply to: stumason


I found it difficult to try and be clear on all the generations, and I think

you may have miss understood me in that Victoria was German but

the present Queen Elizabeth four generations later has a very

watered down German bloodline from Victoria .... plus (Elizabeth's)

father had three generations of watered down blood line and was

born in England and lived his whole life in England.

It was Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon the mother of the present Queen who

was from a pure "English / Scottish" and therefor "British"

bloodline.

Hope I've explained that a bit better




posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 05:40 PM
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a reply to: eletheia

Nah, I understood you perfectly - it's just Victoria wasn't German!

She was the Daughter of a German woman (her Father was English and the Duke of Kent) and married a German (which is where they picked up the name Saxe-Coburg Gotha that people like to wave around as proof of their German-ness) but she herself was born and bred British. While she could speak a variety of languages, first and foremost she spoke English around the home and in Public..

Sorry, I don't mean to nitpick, but I do like British history....



posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 01:51 AM
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originally posted by: Korg Trinity

originally posted by: Hilux1996
A picture Speaks a thousand words!






The fact that the YES crowd post their disgusting and insulting thoughts so readily and don't accept the democratically voted decision, speaks volumes about the kind of people that voted YES.

What a bunch of ill informed, uneducated and ill mannered people!



Korg.



Just wanted to say I now regret falling out with you over chemtrails. I do SO much agree with you on this topic.



posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 07:19 PM
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Scottish Referendum Conspiracy Theory Video Investigated By PoliceA bizarre conspiracy surrounding the result of Scotland's referendum is being investigated by police, it has been reported.

Police Scotland are said to be looking into a video posted by an internet blogger that apparently proves electoral fraud.

The YouTube user, called "John Son of David," describes in the post how he received an anonymous phone call telling him to collect a carrier bag full of "Yes ballots" that were apparently chucked away in Glasgow.

Riffling through a plastic bag he can be heard saying "you couldn't make this # up… somebody has intercepted these postal votes."

www.huffingtonpost.co.uk...
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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 07:21 PM
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a reply to: douglas5

Page doesn't exist....



posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 07:33 PM
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a reply to: stumason



thanks s bud fixed now



posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 07:46 PM
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a reply to: douglas5

Cool - just read/watched it now...

Bit odd, really - in Glasgow, who voted Yes anyway? So this, if it is even true, is unlikely to have any affect on the result. Also, if someone was out to rig the vote, why dump all the "intercepted ballots" in a bin bag to be found? Whjy not simply burn them?

Just smells a bit fishy...



posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 07:56 PM
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a reply to: stumason

a few of my friends were talking the other day about the ballot papers , it was the first time some of us had voted and i paid quite a bit of attention to it as it will be the one and only time i will vote ,

The papers had no markings either side bar the yes/no box one other member here said they should have had markings on them and not only me thought it funny pencils were used as a big pack o pens in Tesco is a £1



posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 08:06 PM
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a reply to: douglas5

Then you should vote more, as you'd see there would be nothing odd about what you just described. I vote in all the elections and every ballot paper I've ever had has been printed on one side and blank the other, nothing too fancy, just a list of names and occasionally the party symbol next to it, with a box. Not sure what you were expecting, really...

And we have pencils too...

But feel free to bring your own pen, by the way. That's perfectly acceptable

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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 02:05 AM
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originally posted by: douglas5
a reply to: stumason

a few of my friends were talking the other day about the ballot papers , it was the first time some of us had voted and i paid quite a bit of attention to it as it will be the one and only time i will vote ,

The papers had no markings either side bar the yes/no box one other member here said they should have had markings on them and not only me thought it funny pencils were used as a big pack o pens in Tesco is a £1


I discovered the same thing when I went to vote. The woman at the table asked for my address, which I gave her. I then proceeded to hand her my passport which she waved away saying there was no need. She struck off my name from the list. There were only 2. My wife and I. But my wife couldn't vote as she was at home sick.

The women gave me a piece of paper that looked very simple. No info on the back. No identifying numbers saying I was the one filling it in.



It was all so simple. I remember asking myself 'Why didn't they look at my identification? I could have been anyone!'

Correct. How about the many that didn't vote? How many ballots were filled out in their name?

And No Exit polls conducted? Something was up with that referendum. It was very sloppy and you could see the easiness of a possible fix!

These ballot papers could have been printed off from someone's home computer. It was no better than a Kindergarten Referendum!



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 02:43 AM
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Have to add this bit in. A report from Global Research which are a very good source for non biased News reporting outside of the Mainstream Media.

Regarding the accusations of Electoral Fraud:


It started with grainy videos on YouTube, showing official counters doing odd things with the ballot papers. Stories emerged of people at polling stations being told that someone using their name had already voted. Children had been registered to vote. The police “were investigating”, while Westminster pooh-poohed it all.

A small and angry petition was launched by Change.org. First addressed to Alex Salmond it is now going to his Deputy Nicola Sturgeon, and is approaching 100,000 signatures. And yet morehas emerged of the odd and dishonest practices that have appeared to capture the No result so wanted by Westminster. Among them are:

Ballot papers with no identifying marks on the back (illegal)

Ballot boxes from polling stations delivered to counting centres in private cars by only one person (illegal)

Postal ballot papers apparently being sent to England first

Pro-union people being allowed to open and inspect postal votes several days before the referendum (illegal)

And there were no exit polls. Before the referendum various polls said that the No campaign was leading, although the Yes side were catching up. Just before the vote these polls had the Yes side suddenly dropping back even though on the ground the campaign for independence seemed to be getting stronger. But polls are not that accurate, particularly those published by pro-Union media.

Exit polls are. They are conducted outside the polling stations and researchers ask people coming out how they have voted. In the space between the polling stations closing and the counting of votes completed, exit polls give a fairly accurate picture of what the result will be. But the media, particularly the BBC and ITV, were asked not to conduct exit polls. That fact alone convinces me that the Scots have been robbed of their independence. And Westminster should hang its head in shame. More, it should be investigated by the police.


See with that I agree. The Ballot Papers, the lack of security during the vote and after.

Looks to me that Westminister made sure this was a Farce from Start to Finish.

Scotland's Referendum - Stolen



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 02:48 AM
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a reply to: Hilux1996

Have you not voted before either then? That's all pretty standard you know. I've never once shown any id, just take my polling card and job done.

Nothing sinister at all.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 02:57 AM
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originally posted by: stumason
a reply to: Hilux1996

Have you not voted before either then? That's all pretty standard you know. I've never once shown any id, just take my polling card and job done.

Nothing sinister at all.


I didn't have a polling card. Neither did a lot of people. When I said sorry that I didn't have it she remarked that it was ok as it was not required! A lot of other people just repeated their addresses!
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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 04:54 AM
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a reply to: Hilux1996

It was very odd that there were no exit polls, I've never come across that before in my long years of voting. I thought it was strange at the time, since both camps were outside the polling station and I was the only one there at the time. I figured they just didn't like the look of me! Normally they're practically climbing up you to hear who you voted for.
I see that Jim Sillars has called for an inquiry into the allegations too, but I won't hold my breath. There are too many discrepancies for a lot of us to feel confident about the outcome of the vote.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 05:46 AM
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There was no ban on exit polls, simply that the poll groups knew from their pre-poll research that the result would fall within the margin of error and hence be useless.

No poll company will risk it's reputation in that situation, and no-one would commission it either. Polling on such a big issue is mind bogglingly expensive.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 05:51 AM
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It is a disgrace that Gordon Brown has now launched a petition calling for 100,000 signatures to pressure Westminster into keeping the promise of more devolved powers. This from the 'triple lock' salesman that guaranteed said powers would be forthcoming.

I am a yes voter and would never sign such a petition, I wonder how others feel though.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 06:30 AM
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originally posted by: KingIcarus
There was no ban on exit polls, simply that the poll groups knew from their pre-poll research that the result would fall within the margin of error and hence be useless.

No poll company will risk it's reputation in that situation, and no-one would commission it either. Polling on such a big issue is mind bogglingly expensive.



I have never been asked after voting who I had voted for?

and if I had been asked I would not have told them, or, would have

said the opposite of what I had voted ..... Its nobody else's

business.

Accurate for casting
Nah!......



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 06:32 AM
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originally posted by: midicon

It is a disgrace that Gordon Brown has now launched a petition calling for 100,000 signatures to pressure Westminster into keeping the promise of more devolved powers. This from the 'triple lock' salesman that guaranteed said powers would be forthcoming.

I am a yes voter and would never sign such a petition, I wonder how others feel though.



Let him run around making himself look the arse he is


Korg.


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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 06:40 AM
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Well I suppose it makes him feel 'important' he's had nothing

much to do since he ceased being PM. LOL!!

Had to be very carefully when I typed that the *r* and the *a* in

important seemed to have a life of their own...



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 06:44 AM
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originally posted by: eletheia
a reply to: Korg Trinity


Well I suppose it makes him feel 'important' he's had nothing

much to do since he ceased being PM. LOL!!

Had to be very carefully when I typed that the *r* and the *a* in

important seemed to have a life of their own...


Well in the news today, Viagra apparently makes you go blind.... That explains it!


I also heard that after he left the pm position he was approached by an EMI talent scout... they wanted him to front a band called one dimension


Korg.


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