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A small example proving elections are rigged.

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posted on May, 15 2015 @ 12:00 PM

Throughout the many election throughout the years there have been accusations of fixing and cheating. This has been hard to prove and history tells us very little is done about it.

There UK elections this year have in shocked me as I genuinely couldn't believe the tories were voted back into government. So the conspiracy instinct in me calls foul play. This is just gut instinct and based on no facts or evidence.

However looking at this piece of small time news I feel this gives an insight into the fact the elections are rigged and this story I feel illustrates this.

The basic outline is a socialist candidate standing in the UK election was somewhat surprised to find he had received 0 votes. This really surprised him given that he knew for FACT that he had voted for himself. Also his family and friends all admit they voted for what has happened here?

Mistakes by the voters....maybe mistaking his name with another

He was so hopeless he realised he didn't even want to vote for himself

......or the system is rigged and the system has been caught out taking votes to attain a preferred result.

Either way it's pretty suspicious....


posted on May, 15 2015 @ 12:08 PM
a reply to: liteonit6969

Yeah it is unfortunate that this is the truth,but man can't seem to do anything without trying to rig it in his favor.
They just couldn't take a chance on someone else winning.

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 12:19 PM
a reply to: liteonit6969

This is the holy grail for the itelligencia. You control the internet, you control the whole game.

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 01:45 PM
a reply to: liteonit6969
One possible explanation is in the link;
"Thirteen ballot papers were rejected as void".
If he and his supporters were prompted by socialist enthusiasm to mark their papers with anything except the vote itself, that would have got them voided.
That's the first thing to check, anyway.

P.S.The Mirror's use of the phrase "General Election" is a little misleading. The man was a candidate in a local council election taking place on the same day.

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posted on May, 15 2015 @ 01:57 PM
As the local said "what's the point of the socialist complaining"!!!!!! Is this man an idiot? This strikes at the very heart of an election. It made no difference whether the man got 1 vote or a thousand votes, every vote must be accounted for otherwise if they lose a couple of votes whose to say that they haven't lost a thousand votes.
Not only MUST there be a recount but ALL the vote counters must be investigated as they are supposed to be impartial.
It also raises the question, If it happened here where else has it happened and to what degree?
This is not sour grapes, this affects the very basis of an election.

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 02:09 PM
a reply to: crayzeed

I agree with everything you have said. There are too many knee jerk reaction claiming sour grapes. However people need to look at what is quickly becoming the norm in our society. Corruption now controls every country on earth. Money power and sex rule supreme and anyone who doesn't bow to these are disposed of quickly.

Why are people so happy to turn a blind eye and claim ignorance.

When the future generations read back in history we will be laughed at as the easily lead mass who put up very little resistance.

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 03:16 PM
a reply to: liteonit6969

In the UK MI5 or rather a powerful clique within and members of the Police through a masonic based Heirarchy rig the election's, it happened when Niel kinnock did in reality win the election as he was going to reverse thatchers state industry sell off's but the vested interests who now had helped themselves to the family silver did not want him too and had the backing of not just our intelligence but then also the CIA.
It has just happened again under this what can only be called a right wing coup that is now in power and going back to the 70's the tory's were going to be put into power under mountbatten as a installed prime minister as they were even about to stage a military coup to take over the government so do not be too surprised.

They got away with the Kinnock election fraud and it was fraud, most labour votors at the time were angry when Kinnock did not contest the result and some think he may have been blackmailed into his acceptance.

They got away with the murder of Diana who was seen walking to the ambulance by at least one credible witness which then took over an hour for a five to ten minute journey, they embalmed her body so that evidence of the pregnancy would not be found as they were not going to have Al Fayad's grandchild as brother to the future king of England (they are the power behind and there seat is the Established heirarchy, yes the crown is ceremonial but those position's have very real power).

And now the 2015 election they have apparently gotten away with it again so with each win and each time they get away with it they get bolder and more self righteous as well as a little more careless, after all who do they have to answer too, they run the Judiciary and the Police and the Government.

You all know what we have to do but we are disorganized and need a true leader, we need a new Cromwell.

They have to be brought to justice and we need to get the one's in MI5 and hang this clique out on the washing line as they are responsible for this crime and so many other's against our own nation, we are the British so what the hell are they?, do they see themselves as a superior species or something, they are patently traitors and British Statute still has there punishment on the book's, we just need someone to carry it out.

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posted on May, 15 2015 @ 03:37 PM
I have a couple of questions regarding this.

A: why would a group of people go to the trouble of rigging a vote against someone who stood no chance of being electected?

2: why do so in such a way that would raise such an obvious cause for investigation?

D: where are the similar cases in other council elections?

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 04:01 PM
a reply to: nonspecific

To be honest I'm not an expert in election rigging so I can't give a guaranteed answer. However I think the counters would be adding to piles throughout the counting process. Not knowing the candidate wouldn't get another vote and placed a small pile onto let's say a tory pile.

I don't think it's done on an obvious calculated system. I think it's enough for the counter to be taking one off as they put one on a pile. Then transferring to the desired pile.

All speculation/guess work. Also it doesn't matter what election it was....fact is the system is corrupt. We allow this to happen.

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 04:06 PM
I am unsure as to the exact working but am of the understanding that there are multiple counters from various sources.

For an effective rigging it would mean collousion between all of the counters in order to be effective given the risk.

As stated before the candidate was never going to win so what would be the benifit of cheating be?

a reply to: liteonit6969

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 04:07 PM
a reply to: LABTECH767

Brilliant post.

I can understand the outside hatred of Britain. Which is sad as it isn't a fair reflection of its people. It is a small elite who control and pull the puppet strings.
What frustrates me is people find it easy to motivate themselves to argue when you offer them an alternative view from the official narrative. But then go back to burying their head in the sand.
Where is the mass' critical thought? I'm not asking to believe me or any one person...just look for yourself and ask questions. That is what will make the difference.

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 04:08 PM
a reply to: liteonit6969
Come on, let's be realistic here.
This is Kent. Archetypical conservative country. A socialist candidate was never going to get many votes anyway.

I still think the most plausible explanation is the one I've already suggested.
The candidate voted for himself, and so did a dozen friends and family. That's the most he could have expected.
Knowing their candidate stood no chance, they took the opportunity of adding rude anti-capitalist comments to their papers.
So the clerks at the count followed the rules and put all thirteen aside as "spoiled ballots". End of story.

posted on May, 15 2015 @ 05:04 PM
a reply to: liteonit6969

a reply to: liteonit6969

One thing this election heighlighted to me was the massive amount of bias in the media, especially the BBC who used to be a fairly honest and unbiased source of news, they have even before the last election continually skipped over the real issues, why and who is telling them to tow this line.

I however can no longer trust the BBC and I grew up on there news and program's.

They never heighlighted why one of the richest nation's on the earth with a relatively small population has a growing use of food bank's, the impending mass eviction's as the Tory's cut rent payment's for benefit recipient's, the 73 people on average who die including suicide within six week's of having there benefit's sanctioned, the intriguing and worrying history of a much younger David Cameron as a possible MI5 contact who did have some questionable deal's in arabia on behalf of Thatchers governemt under which several nuclear deviced which had been decomissioned by the south african government dissapeared along with the potential global nuclear implications that this bring's to mind or the mysterious large donation to the Conservative party that followed this disapearance, Iran may have been one of the recipiant's of these weapon's.

You might find this interesting?.

What is rigging our election's to someone who would do this.

posted on May, 18 2015 @ 06:39 AM
We have scrutineers here in Aus. Members of each party are present at the polling booth when counting starts, looking over the shoulder of the counter/s. Firstly they make sure the counting is done right and secondly, anything they think they can make a case as a void vote or that it should go in their pile not the other party's they can challenge and argue their point with the supervisor.

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