Thursday, 7 May 2015

The most corrupt elections for 150 years

And so we're all off to the polls today and Cameron's laziness has left us with two major problems in addition to those he inherited. Firstly was his failure to push through changes after the Scots referendum that would have excluded Scots MPs from voting on English affairs - thus negating the blackmail that the SNP are now able to exert over labour. Secondly, his failure to eliminate Labour's corrupt advantage from Electoral Quotients that are way beyond the limits of any advanced democracy and worse than some banana republics. 

In addition, voting fraud and intimidation are rife in certain Commonwealth population constituencies - as the case brought by four ordinary electors in Tower Hamlets has just shown. The Metropolitan Commissioner should hang his head in shame for not doing this himself - with a force of 34,000 plods at his disposal. Likewise in all the towns in which police have turned a blind eye to child sexual abuse they will almost certainly also have turned a blind eye to electoral fraud by the same community.

Registration problems will also skew the result; Michael Pinto-Duchinsky has said there are 3m folk on the rolls who should not be there and 3m missing who should be. And add to this the total cock-up over getting postal ballots out to up to a million expats after 20th April that means many who wish to vote are unable to do so.. 

I don't think it's an exaggeration therefore to claim this as the most corrupt election in 150 years - and one that should shame what's left of the UK in the eyes of the world.

20 comments:

DeeDee99 said...

The Establishment doesn't care, as long as it gets a monkey who will dance to the EU's tune. And they get that whether it's a Tory or Labour monkey who "wins" the corrupt process.

right_writes said...

If the civil service is as corrupt as its media wing, the BBC, then I certainly don't want a Belgium situation here.

The BBC already thinks it runs our minds, anyway, there has been a studied exercise in shutting UKIP out of the election, run by the BBC and for all I know directed from Downing Street.

As a commenter wrote elsewhere this morning... I cannot believe that only 11% of citizens are exercised about the things that UKIP stands for!

Anonymous said...

Cameron, is weak but God knows Milistone is a communist - how bad could it get?

"the total cock-up over getting postal ballots out to up to a million expats after 20th April that means many who wish to vote are unable to do so.. "

That was never a mistake, it was though, by design, for they know pretty damn well - all if not most would vote UKIP.

Mere incompetence doesn't cover it, as you say, it is corruption and corruption certainly does riddle the Electoral Commission.
A piss poor bunch of self serving Bliar inserts and full of the long marchers of COMMON PURPOSE, the Electoral Commission never was fit for purpose.
Jenny Watson and her sordid office rent boys are as bent as only hairpins can be, it is here that the EU [quangocracy] plays with our system - for there is no oversight - that's the fucking idea.

A Shitty voting system and third world shit hole - Britain: we have arrived at our destination.

ONLY by voting UKIP can we even attempt to start to put it right.

You know what to do.

Ravenscar. said...

Five years ago they knew the date of this GE, FIVE YEARS to plan it!

FFS why can't these fucking idiots get a few postal votes out to ex pats?

Wankers.

Ravenscar said...

apols, I used some of this blogs' thoughts on Express site and did not link.

Sorry R.

Dean Ditchbank said...

‘Electoral fraud’ is one of our many euphemisms for the Islam issue. Postal votes allow Muslims to corrupt our political process. Maybe only those over fifty can see this, and maybe that is why some postal voting forms never reach retired ex-pats.
But all parties – except UKIP – are paying their homage to the Muslim vote with special promises and concessions. Making concessions in the expectation that the other man will make concessions to you, and that together you will reach and compromise and be happy with it – all that is engrained in our political culture.
But those of one unhappy culture believe that concessions and compromises represent weakness and dishonour, so they are constitutionally unable to make them. That’s why the Muslim constituency will keep pushing, and the British political establishment will keep walking backwards until our entire liberal political world disappears.
Unless we try another, more robust, approach. We stood up to the IRA and we prevailed. Shall we try that again?

Anonymous said...

May heaven forfend it... but if for a moment you are considering voting for this fuckwit clown......

Have a gander at this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlTggc0uBA8

proglodyte said...

@anon

It's beyond me why the red puppeteers ever imagined they'd win an outright majority with this tosspot as their figure head.

Anonymous said...

I've yet to understand how postal votes can be opened before election night:

http://labour-uncut.co.uk/2015/05/02/revealed-eds-night-time-dash-to-casa-brand-driven-by-postal-ballot-panic/

Raedwald said...

Ravenscar

Think nothing of it; I'm not precious about such things. It's the message, not the author, that's important

Michael said...

Ravenscar, I think it may have something to do with UKIP becoming too good, and also representative of British values these days, but I may stand corrected tomorrow...

Anonymous said...

Raedwald said:

'I don't think it's an exaggeration therefore to claim this as the most corrupt election in 150 years - and one that should shame what's left of the UK in the eyes of the world.'

In the fullness of time I think you'll be proved right. If they're prepared to turn a blind eye to the mass rape of little English girls what hope is there for a clean election in these same areas.

Steve

Brightside Bob said...

All Hell will break loose when Farage 'loses'. Yes, I believe 'They' are that brazen/desperate.*

BTW, The Mrs & I voted UKIP this morning.

*Reverse Midas Touch... ;)

Budgie said...

Anon at 10:34 said: "I've yet to understand how postal votes can be opened before election night ..."

The are opened to auto verify that the voters are on the register. This is not practical on election night. I am assured that secrecy is maintained.

Span Ows said...

I have quoted and linked.

by the way, you've spelt Duchinsky wrong (needs another s): Duschinsky

Cascadian said...

Sunderland result-UKIP 18%, labour are going to be in big trouble in the north.

Cascadian said...

Doh make that 21.5% UKIP in Sunderland

G. Tingey said...

Well
YOU ARE ALL WRONG ...
Cameron has, effectively a government of his own.
I still dread the result, same as I dreaded all possible results ...

Cameron will sign TTIP & continue to downgrade our defences.

Of course, Sturgeon is totally irrelevant, because it's Salmond who will be leading the Scot's negotiations.
Let us hope for a federal UK ... with, in time (another 50 years?) the Irish re-joining

subrosa said...

The SNP have never voted on English only issues but I read today that this policy is to change.

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