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Pakistani Printers Make Fake Afghan Voting Cards

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posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 10:04 AM
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Pakistani Printers Make Fake Afghan Voting Cards


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Printers in this city near the Afghan border say they have produced thousands of fake voter registration cards at the request of Afghan politicians for use in that country's parliamentary elections on Saturday.

The cards, some shown to The Associated Press, add to evidence that fraud could undermine the elections and further destabilize the Western-backed government of President Hamid Karzai.

A fraud-marred presidential election last year threatened the credibility of the Afghan administra
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posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 10:04 AM
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The printers said they had produced thousands of cards, along with plastic sheaths to laminate them, for roughly 20 rupees (23 cents) apiece.

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The Afghan government is more corrupt than ever and sadly, the American government could probably care less, save for the media attention, so long as the Afghan government holds US corporate and special interests above all else.

I think it's safe to say that the Afghan government is a complete failure and I wonder if the CIA or other portions of our own government have a hand in this. After all, they do need to ensure that puppets, partial to corporate interests, maintain their positions in government.

After all, the heroin isn't going to produce itself and the energy corridor is still going to be needed. What better way to ensure "democracy", than to ensure it's tainted and the so-called beacon of democracy can maintain a government that is partial to her interests.

--airspoon

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