Showing posts with label Electoral Fraud. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Electoral Fraud. Show all posts

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

The Electoral Coup of 2015

All credit and respect to ANGRIFAN.


Jim Messina (above) helped David Cameron's Conservatives to win the UK General election of May 2015.

Judicial Watch announced that it had "indisputable evidence" that the White House engaged in election tampering in at least two states in 2009.

Jim Messina and Rahm Emanuel, both top White House staffers at the time, are named as the chief perpetrators of the scheme to attempt to manipulate election outcomes in Pennsylvania and Colorado.

Kent Police are enquiring into electoral fraud in the Thanet South seat where the UKIP leader Nigel Farage (above) failed to be elected.

Kent Police said: 'Kent police have received a report of electoral fraud. Enquiries are on-going.'

The seat was won by Conservative candidate Craig Mackinlay, who got 18,838 votes compared with Farage's 16,026 in the general election. 

A spokesperson for UKIP said that UKIP did not make the complaint.

Kent Police consider allegation of electoral fraud 


Many people claim that someone rigged the vote in Thanet South, where UKIP's Nigel Farage was defeated.

Many people cite:

1. The unusually long time it took for the votes to be counted.

Ballot papers going 'missing' for seven hours.

2. The UKIP success in the local elections in Thanet South, which were held at the same time.

In the General Election vote, UKIP's Farage lost by 2,812 votes to the Conservative candidate Craig Macinklay.

In the local election, Ukip gained overall control of Thanet council.

How come the Scottish independence referendum showed a large NO vote, and yet, a few months later, the Scottish National Party won 56 out of the 59 seats in Scotland?

There are many strange results in the UK general election held on 7 May 2015. 
On 29 April 2015, an opinion poll showed that in 50 key marginal seats, Labour was ahead of the Conservatives.

ITV News Conservative Labour Battlegrounds Poll « ComRes

The ITV News Battleground poll studied the fifty most marginal Conservative-held seats where Labour were second at the last election.

The results showed that Labour led the Conservatives by three points across these seats. 

Labour stood at 40% in these key battleground seats, with the Conservatives on 37%.

This represented a swing of 3.5 points from the Conservatives to Labour.

If these results had been replicated on election day, and if there were a uniform swing across all these constituencies, it would have seen Labour win forty of the fifty seats.

Many Conservative candidates in these constituencies were genuinely surprised when they actually won their seats.

In Cardiff North, a Lord Ashcroft poll had put Labour on 41%, ahead of the Conservatives (30%).

Yet the Conservatives won the seat.

It had been predicted by the political expert Ian Dale that Labour would win Brighton Kemptown.

Yet, the Conservatives's Simon Kirby beat Labour's Nancy Platts.

In Stroud, the Conservatives won, thus defying the bookmakers' predictions.

George Galloway says he has uncovered 'widespread malpractice' in postal voting, and says that the result in his constituency should be 'set aside'.

George Galloway to mount legal challenge over election defeat

James Harding

The media played its part in 'rigging' the election.

"The BBC's sympathetic treatment of the Tories during Election 2015 shouldn’t surprise us, as the head of BBC News and Current Affairs is a man called James Harding, who was previously editor of Rupert Murdoch's neocon newspaper The Times..."

Google appeared to be trying to hide material linking top Conservatives to child abuse rings, deregulation of the banks...

Stolen ballot papers could have been used to help the Conservatives win in certain key marginal seats.

On 29 April 2015, the BBC reported that a van containing more than 200,000 ballot papers had been stolen.

The ballot papers had been printed in London and were heading for Hastings and Rye and Eastbourne - ahead of voting in the general election on 7 May.

Police said it was believed the van was parked in Longbridge Road, Dagenham, at about 19:30. The theft was discovered at about 06:25.

Stolen van held Hastings and Eastbourne ballot papers - BBC

Rob Ford, senior lecturer in politics at the University of Manchester, noticed that the Conservatives succeeded in concentrating their votes "in the seats where it counted."

"The Tory vote went up four points in the key marginals it was defending from Labour and in the marginals it was looking to win from the Liberal Democrats.

"Conservative support was flat or falling" in many other areas.

Labour had been expected to win in Hastings and Rye.

Hastings & Rye - Lord Ashcroft Polls.

In Hastings and Rye, the Conservative candidate Amber Rudd surprisingly won with 22,686 votes with Sarah Owen, Labour's candidate, receiving 17,890 votes.


The 1970 general election was won, unexpectedly, by the Conservative Edward Heath, a frequent visitor to the island of Jersey.

If there was vote rigging in the 2015 election, the main purpose was to give David Cameron a majority.

Only in a limited number of marginal constituencies would the vote need to be rigged.

The Powers-That-Be would not have wanted to save Member of Parliament John Hemming.

Hemming had helped Leah McGrath Goodman, who has been investigating the Jersey child abuse and Haut de la Garenne

Hemming lost his seat.

Conservative candidate Chloe Smith in Norwich North

In the constituency of Norwich North, Lord Ashcroft's opinion poll placed Labour ahead of the Conservatives.

On polling day, "fears of defeat were initially thought to be growing" in the camp of the Conservative candidate Chloe Smith.

Conservative Chloe Smith retains Norwich North seat..

During the vote count at Norwich North, the fire alarm went off, although there was apparently no evacuation.

There was a turnout of 67.8pc - up almost 3pc on 2010. 
The Conservative Chloe Smith was announced as the winner with 19,052 votes, compared to second place Labour with 14,589 votes.

Vince Cable.

The Conservative Tania Mathias beat the Liberal-Democrat Vince Cable in Twickenham by 25,580 votes to 23,563.

Vince Cable is an enemy of Rupert Murdoch.

Rupert Murdoch supported the Scottish National Party (yellow) in Scotland and the Conservative Party (blue) in England.

The Powers-That-Be were angry with Labour for attacking Israel over its attack on Gaza.

Jews turn away from Ed Miliband's Labour Party. / Aangirfan: ED MILIBAND HIT BY TOP JEWS

The result of the May 2015 UK election

"At the recent Israeli general election, the polls got it wrong."

Elections can be rigged.



The Conservative's Robert Halfon (above) has almost doubled his majority to retain this previously marginal seat.

Robert Halfon was born to a Jewish family living in Hampstead, London.[4][5]

His grandfather was an Italian Jew, living in Libya.

Robert Halfon has been the Political Director for Conservative Friends of Israel.

Tulip, the Labour candidate, is part of the Establishment.

Tulip held on to this marginal seat, which was once held by the Conservatives.

Labour, Tulip Siddiq: 44.4% share of the total vote.
+11.6% change in share of the votes

Conservative, Simon Marcus: 42.3% share of the total vote.
+9.6% change in share of the votes

Independent, Ronnie Carroll: 0.2% share of the total vote.


Dumfries & Galloway 

This is an SNP gain from Labour.

Scottish National Party, Richard Arkless: 41.4% share of the total vote
+29.1% change in share of the votes

Conservative: 29.9% share of the total vote
-1.7% change in share of the votes

Labour: 24.7% share of the total vote

Dumfries and Galloway was once a relatively safe Conservative seat, with the vast majority opposing independence.

Sheffield Hallam

The Liberal Democrats' Nick Clegg once worked for Sir Leon Brittan, who has been named as a child rapist.

Nick Clegg (above) has held onto his seat.

Nick Clegg: 22,215 votes.
-13.4% change in share of the votes

Labour: 19,862 votes.
+19.7% change in share of the votes

Conservatives: 7,544 total votes.

A City on a Rock - Goya (It's a forgery)

In the UK General election, the EXIT POLLS showed:

The Conservatives were expected to get 316 Members of Parliament, just short of a majority.

A party needs 326 MPs to have a majority.

Labour was expected to get 239 MPs.

The Liberal Democrats were expected to get only 10 MPs.

The Scottish Nationalists were expected to get 58 MPs.

Plaid Cymru 4, UKIP 2 and the Greens 2.

The EXIT POLLS conflict with the earlier OPINION POLLS which showed Conservatives and Labour neck and neck.

The final YouGov poll suggested: 
Conservatives 284

Labour 263

John Major, who won the 1992 election, was involved in the 1991 Gulf War.

In the 1992 general election, both the exit polls and the opinion polls suggested a Labour win, and yet the Conservatives under John Major were declared the winners.

Was the 1992 election rigged?

From the beginning of 1992 campaign, the parties were neck and neck in the opinion polls, with Labour fractionally ahead. 

The commentators predicted a hung parliament.

The exit polls suggested a hung parliament.

The official result was: Conservatives 42.8 per cent of the vote, Labour 35.2 per cent.

The fire alarm goes off at the Scottish Referendum count in Dundee.