View Full Version : NWO International Vote Rigging Watch
05-08-2005, 03:53 AM
In my opinion the NWO is in place in earnest, and practically overtly, with all the vote rigging going on lately.
Starting in the US in 2000 and 2004, there are many other places where elections have been obviously rigged or conducted under very suspicious circumstances.
Hungary 2002 (Vote stealing, intimidation, etc.)
Netherlands 2003 (murder of Pim Fortuyn)
Georgia 2003-2004 (Soros paying the salaries of the entire goverrnment)
Ukraine 2004 (The suspected poisoning of presidential candidate Yushenko)
Great Britain 2005 (Vote rigging Florida style)
Palestine 2005 (Fatal poisoning of Arafat)
George Soros most definately has been intimately involved in the rigging of several other national elections, by providing vote counting software and hardware, I can't come up with more places. I'm sure you guys can add a few more places and details to the ones mentioned above.
05-08-2005, 06:54 PM
How dare you! Insinuate Soros rigs elections! Why, he's out "promoting" democracy! Dont you read the newspapers? 8-)
With regards Australia...there are 2 'commentary and analysis' stalwarts of the Australian electoral system...Kerry O'Brian and Anthony Green.
When the final thrashing was posted the looks on their faces said it all..."jaw drop".
I pray to God I get a hold of the footage. It speaks more than a year long analysis of the result...which seems to have NEVER occured to anyone.
I always thought Howard would scrape home...the polls were saying this consistently for months...and then...THRASHING.
How would they have 'rigged' it to GAURANTEE HOwards re-election? Very difficult. Oz uses the old tried and true methods.
Other strange events was the COMPLETE dissapearence of the contender Mark Laitham. He SIMPLY dissapeared after a bout of 'pancreatitis'.
Latham was a Left wing conservative. Highly intelligent and ABSOLOUTLY outspoken. Known as a brawler (literally) and the only politition to have publicly called Bush "the most dangerous President in living memory"...and Howard and the Liberal party a bunch of "arse lickers"...with regards to following Bush.
He had a hatred of the establishment in this country and I was quite frankly surprised that his plane did'nt crash in a tragic accident just before the election.
Some internet commentators have commented that his life and family were threatened...given his COMPLETE silence and dissapearence from public life this would not surprise me.
He is about to release a book on the events leading up to the election. It's supposed to be riviting. I cant wait.
09-19-2005, 02:31 AM
GERMAN ELECTION 2005
<a href="http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050918/ap_on_re_eu/germany_election">Merkel Wins Most Votes in Germany Election</a>
By DAVID McHUGH, Associated Press Writer Sun Sep 18, 7:30 PM ET
BERLIN - Conservative challenger Angela Merkel won the most votes in German elections Sunday, according to official results, but fell short of a clear mandate to govern as Chancellor
Gerhard Schroeder staged a dramatic comeback and proclaimed that he should head the next government.
The inconclusive results made it likely that Germany's next government could be weakened because of the narrow vote margin and difficulties in forming a coalition.
The vote centered on different visions of Germany's role in the world and how to fix its sputtering economy. Schroeder touted the country's role as a European leader and counterbalance to America, while Merkel pledged to reform the economy and strengthen relations with Washington.
Merkel's Christian Democrats failed to win the majority needed to govern, even when combined with her preferred coalition partner, the pro-business Free Democrats.
The Christian Democrats and ally Christian Social Union won 35.2 percent of the vote, compared with 34.3 percent for the Social Democrats, according to the official results. Schroeder's coalition partner, the Greens, won 8.1 percent. The pro-business Free Democrats, with whom Merkel had hoped to form a center-right government, had 9.8 percent. The new Left Party, angered by Schroeder's efforts to trim the welfare state, had 8.7 percent.
The result reflected counting in 298 of 299 districts; voting in the final district, in the eastern city of Dresden, has been delayed until Oct. 2 because of the death of a candidate.
[Really? Slight delay due to the DEATH OF A CANDIDATE??? Has anyone any information on this? This reminds me of <a href="http://judicial-inc.biz/van_gogh_murder.htm">Pim Fortuyn</a> in Holland or <a href="http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/print.asp?ID=854&Pictures=Off">Jürgen Mölleman</a> in Germany./Draken]
Germany's election authority did not immediately say how the results would translate into parliamentary seats. Turnout was 77.7 percent.
Supporters at Merkel headquarters were subdued after the party's poor performance. The Christian Democrats consistently polled above 40 percent during the campaign, with surveys giving it a double-digit lead.
[This was the case in the latest Hungarian election as well: consistent reports up right to the wee hours of the morning to the effect that the current government is losing by a large margin to anti-Socialists. Then, suddenly, out of the blue, a miraculous comeback by the sitting Leftists - around 4-5 o'clock in the morning - and everyone is left dumbfounded and in shock, watching the news or reading the papers the next morning. Reports of widespread intimidation at polling stations and massive tampering with ballots gets covered up by corrupt massmedia... /Draken]
If Merkel is to become Germany's first female chancellor, she has to find a coalition partner that would force her to water down plans to shake up the sluggish economy, Europe's biggest.
One leading possibility: a linkup between her Christian Democrats and Schroeder's Social Democrats, viewed by some as a recipe for paralysis in a country plagued by 11.4 percent unemployment.
The unclear result opened a scramble among the parties to see who could come up with a majority.
Schroeder, written off as a lame duck a few weeks ago, refused to concede defeat, saying he could still theoretically remain in power if talks with other parties were successful.
"I feel myself confirmed in ensuring on behalf of our country that there is in the next four years a stable government under my leadership," he said to cheering supporters at party headquarters, flashing the thumbs-up signal and holding his arms aloft like a victorious prizefighter.
But Merkel claimed a mandate from voters to form a new coalition government. Voters were choosing lawmakers for the 598-seat lower house of parliament, which elects the chancellor to head the government.
"What is important now is to form a stable government for the people in Germany, and we ... quite clearly have the mandate to do that," she said.
The result was a big comedown for Merkel, who smiled but twisted her fingers in apparent agitation as she argued that she had a mandate to be the next chancellor. A grinning Schroeder said the apparent outcome marked a failure for Merkel.
Both Merkel and Schroeder said they would talk to all parties except the Left Party. Free Democrats leader Guido Westerwelle said his party would not work with the current government pair, the Social Democrats and Greens.
Schroeder's performance was a reminder of the 2002 vote, when he came from behind to narrowly win re-election after his vociferous opposition to the war in
Iraq received public approval.
A turning point was Schroeder's performance in their only head-to-head debate Sept. 4. He hammered her tax adviser, Paul Kirchhof, for having proposed a 25-percent flat tax, even though that is not part of Merkel's program.
Merkel also was hurt by a campaign gaffe by Edmund Stoiber, leader of the Bavarian sister party the Christian Social Union. Stoiber disparaged voters in the economically struggling former East Germany, saying he did not want the "frustrated" east to decide the result.
Now, Merkel's plans to make it easier for small companies to fire people, cut payroll taxes and let companies opt out of regional wage bargaining agreements seem much farther away. Her foreign policy plans — among them, to oppose Turkish membership of the
European Union — also were up in the air.
Juergen Thumann, head of the Federation of Germany Industry, said the result was "bitterly disappointing."
"This will making governing much more difficult," he said on N-TV television.
Schroeder defiantly taunted Merkel in a joint television appearance Sunday night, saying she would not receive the post of chancellor in any deal with the Social Democrats.
"If Mrs. Merkel manages to form a coalition with the Free Democrats and Greens, I can say nothing against it," Schroeder said. "But she will not win a coalition under her leadership with my Social Democratic Party."
Asked if he would be chancellor in a left-right coalition, Schroeder answered, "How else would it work?"
If the new parliament cannot elect a chancellor in three attempts, President Horst Koehler could appoint a minority government led by the candidate with a simple majority.
ZDF projected the following division of seats: Christian Democrats, 217; Social Democrats, 213; Free Democrats, 63; Left Party, 54; and Greens, 51. More seats can be added to the lower house of parliament in Germany's system of proportional representation.
Other possibilities were an all-left government of Social Democrats, Greens and the Left Party, but a Left Party leader, Oskar Lafontaine, ruled out joining such a coalition.
Another possibility would be the Christian Democrats, the Greens and the Free Democrats.
09-19-2005, 02:48 AM
Why am I not surprised?
"Update: 12 September 2005 - election result delayed:
The death of a German election candidate in the city of Dresden means the final result of the country's general election will be delayed by two weeks. Voting in Dresden's 160th district will not take place on the scheduled 18 September election day due to the death of a direct candidate for the right-wing extremist National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD), officials said. Nevertheless, Germany's Constitutional Court has ruled that preliminary election results from the Sept. 18 vote can be released, despite appeals by unnamed citizens that they should be kept secret until Oct. 2 when a by-election in the city of Dresden takes place. Preliminary election results are normally released several hours after polls close at 6 p.m."
So the death of YET ANOTHER non-Socialist is playing a major role once again in European elections.
There is a list of dead microbiologists. Should we introduce a list of dead non- or anti-Socialist politicians?
Also, isn't it funny that in the two news reports, from yahoo.com and the German embassy respectively, they seem to deliberately down-play the political significance of this death, like it didn't really matter. They don't go into ANY detail about the cause of death, like that didn't matter either!
"Unnamed citizens"? Why unnamed? What are they hiding? Why would they want to keep preliminary election results secret? The report says they are normally released several hours after polls close? Why wait to a by-election? Is one election not enough?
Until I KNOW what caused his death, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE - I don't exclude anything.
09-19-2005, 03:09 AM
<a href="http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=6079">Death of Nationalist Holds Up German Election Results</a>
Report; Posted on: 2005-09-12 01:38:46
Kerstin Lorenz was a forward-looking voice for unity and positive change.
The <a href="http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000100&sid=aDWuclCqSQSo&refer=germany">untimely death</a> of Kerstin Lorenz, a candidate for the German nationalist <a href="http://www.npd.de/">National Democratic Party (NPD)</a>, has thrown a monkey-wrench into the hotly contested German elections.
Kerstin Lorenz, only 43, died after a collapse while on the campaign trail in her Dresden district. Her death will delay the results of the September 18 elections for at least two weeks since, under German law, voters in her area won't vote until early in October. Elections authorities have to print new ballots and the new candidate has to have time to campaign. The NPD has already named Franz Schönhuber as their new standard bearer in the nationalist strong-hold.
The German vote, which pits Social Democrat <a href="http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=4600">Gerhard Schroeder</a>, the <a href="http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=3034">Belgrade Bomber</a>, against a conservative coalition, is expected to be so close that the former East German city of <a href="http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=4846">Dresden</a> may tip the balance.
Kerstin Lorenz lived a life for her people. An activist with the conservative Repulikaner, she fought hard for <a href="http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=5071">unity with other nationalist forces</a>. Her position was that the nationalist message was so simple and self-evident that the time was ripe for a modern approach to German people, especially in the <a href="http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=6010">ex-Communist East Germany</a>, an area plagued with high non-White immigration and unemployment. While her <a href="http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=3005">strategy has had surprising success</a>, Frau Lorenz finally left the national Republikaner organization to become a stalwart with the NPD.
The NPD has been the target of serious state persecution, and their increasing appeal to Germans worries the politically correct of all the major parties. Frau Lorenz would be pleased that even in death she fought the corrupt system.
"Lorenz, 46, died yesterday after suffering a cerebral apoplexy on Sept. 5 during an election campaign event, according to the Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten newspaper."
09-19-2005, 03:41 AM
Should we be surprised?
And who are the 'reactionaries' SPECIFICALLY attacking the NWO program? The Nationalists.
Unfortunately Bush is'nt one and Bush is still alive.
Very sad to see DRAK.
And yet the more they grip...the more the grains of sand will squeeze between their fingers.
11-14-2005, 02:55 AM
<a href="http://judicial-inc.biz/moellemann_assassinated_by_israe.htm">Jurgen Moelleman Was An 'Extra-Judicial' Killing</a>
Israel's policy of 'Targeted Killing' must be reviewed
Moellemann Was A German Politician Who Was Wary Of Zionist Influence
<a href="http://www.wikiverse.org/juergen-moellemann">Juergen Moellemann</a> was a rising German politician, who was funded by Arabs. He was the head of the <a href="http://18.104.22.168/arab30_l/">'Arab German Society'</a>.
He was charismatic, handsome, colorful, and during his military career, he served Germany as a paratrooper in the <a href="http://www.wikiverse.org/bundeswehr">Bundeswehr</a>. He was extremely outspoken about the Zionist role in the destruction of Germany over the last 90 years.
He Was Political Dynamite For Israel
The <a href="http://www.islamonline.net/English/News/2003-06/06/article09.shtml">leaflet</a> dubbed Israel an "occupation state" and reaffirmed support for Palestinian resistance attacks against Israeli targets.
Description Of Accident
Moellemann jumped with ten others, his chute opened normally, but at 3200 feet the harness broke, and his reserve chute wouldn’t open (even an automatic reserve failed).
Moellemann went into freefall to his death.
The Zionist press then accused him of embezzlement, and proceeded to disgrace his memory.
German Police Look The Other Way
"We are of course investigating all possibilities. The range of possibilities in such a case is very large. You can put them in three categories — an accident, a suicide, or sabotage, for instance manipulation of the parachute by another person."
Zionists Mount A Vicious Campaign
Michel Freidman, a vicious Zionist, who was under investigation for white slavery, drugs and weapons smuggling, is also a talk show host who never relents on the holocaust.http://judicial-inc.biz/moelle7.jpg
Friedman hated Moellemann for his anti-Israeli remarks, and his sympathy with Arab causes.
Zionists plot revenge
The Zionists did not want this charismatic leader to run Germany, so they decided on assassination. The present German government breezed over the investigation in accordance with Israel's wishes.
In a book published a couple of months ago, Möellemann claimed that <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guido_Westerwelle">Westerwelle</a> had been blackmailed by the Mossad (Israeli secret service) with the threat of revealing that he is a homosexual.
What Points To A Mossad Assassination?
Israel has a policy of 'Extra-Judicial' killings. Moellemann would eventually have been elected as Germany's chancellor, and he would never have backed Bush and his escapades.
After Israel eliminates Iran, the world economies will start to fail. Moellemann would be a pivotal European leader, the right person at the right time, and people would be eager for his message.
The stakes are very high, due to folks worldwide waking up to the Zionist menace. The Zionist poodles, aka the 'Tony Blairs', will be run out, and probably prosecuted. This fear drives the Zionists into extreme acts of depravity, as if it was their "last hurrah".
Even the Russians won't protect them, not after seeing their country destroyed by Zionist Communism, and raped by today's Oligarchs.
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