ELECTION FRAUD: MEDIA GENIE ESCAPES FROM TORY BOTTLE

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Is Dodgy Dave heading for a Tricky Dicky sticky End?

mesnipOne of the most reliable things in life is what behaviour patterns tell you about a person. If someone will knowingly lie to the readership of the Daily Telegraph about what a piece of opinion research means, then he or she is likely to do other things of equal or greater mendacity. Not being British – but being paid to lie to the British about the most important decision since June 1940 – suggests two things. First, the recipient is a mercenary whore; and second, the paymaster is a pimp.

The whore and pimp in this case are Lynton Crosby and the Conservative Party respectively….and disrespectfully. When I posted the Crosby piece last week, I’m sure most readers just thought I was a market research anorak sounding off; when the post about Cameron the parrot went up, doubtless most in the Remain camp thought it was just more Brexiteer propaganda. Well, it wasn’t and it isn’t: the misuse of research “results” to start a bandwagon can get you thrown out of the Market Research Society; paying direct marketeers to pretend they’re researchers will get you thrown out of the Marketing Society; paying electioneer specialists to masquerade as researchers can get you thrown into jail…especially if you lied about your election expenses in doing so.

When the election expenses story broke, I paid scant attention to it. It is rare in the UK for any person to go to jail for political expenditure during an election: accusees are usually given the benefit of the doubt. The fight to win a seat is kick-bollock-and-scramble non-stop for weeks…..it’s easy to make a genuine mistake in that context.

When I saw the Twitter-screaming going on, it was the usual conclusion-jumping suspects on the Left: keen to big up a minor offence, and then run away like jack-rabbits if the Carter Rucks and Alistair McAlpines head into town.

But the day before yesterday was a turning point, and it centred around this ‘whistleblower’ piece at The Canary – a site whose outlook I occasionally share, and I do respect most of the professionalism that goes into it. It changed the nature of the crime from petty theft to grand larceny: equally to the point, it pointed fingers firmly at Crosby in particular and Camerlot in general:

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It would be a very odd election ops director who didn’t get involved in appointing RM. It would be a very sloppy Party leader who didn’t personally sign off a sum approaching £90,000. As a new broom sweeping clean, it is quite likely that Crosby initiated and led the hiring  of RM…it took place, after all, some two years after his appointment.

And what RM is supposed to have done is, clearly, break the Representation of the People Act. At this point, the alleged fraud ceases to be trivial. Cameron the double-talking neoliberal conscience-free corporate parrot hired the shifty track record of cringe-worthy Crosby….now they’re being savaged by a conscientious Canary.

The Canary’s follow-up piece the next day was a classic use of well thought-out serial investigative journalism. Having established the strong likelihood of electoral fraud, the site now (for once, rightly) accused the BBC of ignoring a big story, and instead attacking Jeremy Corbyn. It also brought in the history of regime change in the newsroom following the appointment of former Newscorp journalist James Harding.

So now we follow the arrows of corporate coup from defrauding democracy to taking over the national broadcaster via two known allies of the Tory Party….Newscorp and HSBC. And this too loops into the sterling work done by lone bank bounty hunter Nick Wilson who’s been banging on about this entire bank/corruption/media blackout/Tory links web of cronyism since God was a girl.


Events are now building. The Conservatives’ hot denials have not been given additional credence by the Party’s attempts to interfere with police work through the Courts, and/or slap injunctions on well-founded and informed speculation. Not only have all these attacks been thrown out by the judiciary, it now looks odds-on that Nigel Farage’s General Election defeat will be declared null and void. For the first time in British history, the Government of the Day – demonstrably lying its ugly head off about the Brexit risks during a tense referendum – finds itself the subject of widespread police investigations that might well, ultimately, toss the possibility of ongoing widespread fraud into the referendum campaign itself. The revelation that polling cards have been wrongly sent to foreign migrants working in the UK may well have been an innocent cock-up. Or not.

If nothing else, District Judge Barron’s especially pointed words, on granting an extension to the fraud investigation, will have made it clear to the Conservative Party élite that they have a major fight on their hands:

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In a society where many of us are losing faith in liberal democracy’s ability or will to resist the creeping corporate surveillance State, it is reassuring to see that large parts of the judiciary have not, as yet, lost the plot.

There is still a long way to go. The phone hacking affair was swept away with obvious CPS collusion, Andy Coulson’s obvious perjury was dismissed by a Beak before the jury could make their own minds up, while the Daniel Morgan murder, the Elm House investigation and a host of other suspiciously connected police investigations were obstructed by all manner of inappropriate means used by corporate fascists. But one senses the frontal-lobe driven power-freaks overreaching themselves – as they always do in the end.

There exists a very powerful group of people in the UK – across banking, the media, retailing, politics, and Internet Service Provision – who do recognise where the line is…but have no qualms about crossing it. They also grasp that only when ‘respected’ mainstream media start publishing serious allegations will Middle England be shaken out of its assumptive acceptance torpor.

This is how it was with Nixon. David Cameron may well be heading for his Nixon moment.

Related from a recent Slogpost: the political awareness of Middle EnglandU

 

 

 

46 thoughts on “ELECTION FRAUD: MEDIA GENIE ESCAPES FROM TORY BOTTLE

  1. All I can say JW is ‘Wot a shock’! All this from a chap who has a first from Oxford. Never would have seen it coming. I wonder Camerlot and his boys picked up few tips from the bloke who claims to run the most transparent administration ever, an administration which doctors information, lies to judges, heck, lies to everyone. Sounds like the EC, Camerlotties and the Saviour of the World on the other side of the pond have been sharing more than ‘How to do it’ manuals ,eh?

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  2. I also saw the story a while ago but, dismissed it, I even mailed you about it on 4th May, and as you have said, paid scant attention to it, I don’t suppose it will come to much, pressure will be brought to bear, it will be suppressed, the next ‘beak’ it comes before will be of a more ‘sympathetic nature’ towards Cameron, particularly as we are approaching the, ‘Do or Die’ moment. Also I suspect Washington will ‘lean’ on the right people.
    Big carpet, big broom, there, job done. It’s par for the course.

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  3. Thanks for the heads up JW. The Canary is another site to be added to my bookmarks.I find it incomprehensible that many of my intelligent U.K. friends still believe in the impartiality of the BBC despite copious evidence suggesting otherwise.

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  4. How convenient that this story ‘breaks’ three weeks before the referendum, in which the foreign-owned press are desperate for Brexit to win, so their owners can get their greedy hands on more of this country’s wealth. They’ve been more than happy with the stooge Cameron for 10 years, and indeed hailed his qualities to the rafters just a year ago while smearing anyone in his path, whether Miliband or Farage.
    So until there are resignations among the nation’s editors for sitting on this story for a year, despite it being all over the independent media, I’ll refrain from believing a word they say about it now, thank you.

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  5. “…The phone hacking affair was swept away with obvious CPS collusion, Andy Coulson’s obvious perjury was dismissed by a Beak before the jury could make their own minds up,….”

    Whilst Rolf Harris was brought in to Shock The Nation, nay The World, away from Murdoch and his Criminal friends, Coulson even being sentenced on the same day as Rolf, nearly all of the MSM focussing on Rolf, of course, and not the measly 18th handed out to Coulson, who was out in five…Of course, Brook’s trial too just happened to run in very close tandem with Rolf too…

    *’Cutthroats, Crooks and Conmen’ running this land, for sure, (*this being the title of a Show of Hands song)

    Gross Negligent Manslaughter is openly taking place in the UK, where thousands of people are taking their own lives, despair and loss of hope coupled with the desire to no longer want to live in such a foul and inhuman country/world.

    My Darlin’ Dad went to war AGAINST such evil……….

    I miss him each and every day, 27 years after his death, but I am thankful he’s not here to see what has become of his once beloved country.

    Take The Bastards Down!

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  6. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3550305/Tories-admit-FAILED-declare-hotel-bills-worth-38-000-election-expenses-amid-claims-charges-smashed-local-spending-limits.html

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3589916/Tory-party-chiefs-personally-approved-election-expenses-rules-investigated-police.html

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3550974/Guilty-Tories-admit-Lord-Crony-s-election-team-DID-break-law-failing-declare-40-000-expenses.html

    All this – documented and WITH ADMISSION. 9 Police forces ‘investigating’, need another 12 months in this case…
    Hoping everyone will have forgotten, because we will have lost the cause and be in the eu with handcuffs and leg irons on very soon.
    Police? Judge? They’re made of putty. The LAW’s A COMPLETE ASS.

    This country is governed by LAZY CORRUPT DOGS. Nobody knows what WORK IS anymore.
    ps who (female crony) got the new year’s honour, YES – CAN YOU BELIEVE IT – for the battlebus ‘administration error.’

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  7. Compare and contrast how much effort Channel 4 are putting into the election expenses story with the BBC’s scant coverage.
    Also, you may be right JW, perhaps there is still a sense of decency in Middle England and it is about to stir and take its revenge on Camerlot.

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  8. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3550305/ Tories-admit-FAILED-declare-hotel-bills-worth-38-000-election-expenses-amid-claims-charges-smashed-local-spending-limits.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3589916/ Tory-party-chiefs-personally-approved-election-expenses-rules-investigated-police.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3550974/ Guilty-Tories-admit-Lord-Crony-s-election-team-DID-break-law-failing-declare-40-000-expenses.
    All this – documented and WITH ADMISSION. 9 Police forces ‘investigating’, need another 12 months in this case…
    Hoping everyone will have forgotten, because we will have lost the cause and be in the eu with handcuffs and leg irons on very soon.
    Police? Judge? They’re made of putty. The LAW’s A COMPLETE ASS.
    This country is governed by LAZY CORRUPT DOGS. Nobody knows what WORK IS anymore.
    ps who (female crony) got the new year’s honour, YES – CAN YOU BELIEVE IT – for the battlebus ‘administration error.’
    Contempt.

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  9. and more. Lots lots more….” needing more time”…. give it to me, I could deliver a verdict in 3 days. GUILTY – 20 YEARS EACH.
    Let’s see the Police and the Judiciary deliver Justice, before we are forced to announce that they are made of putty and that the law’s a complete ass.

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  10. I saw the story also and became active on it,(remember about a year ago John did a post) because i believe this may run and run with more serious (it’s possible for one person to own a house in every constituency and vote in them all with postal voting & returning officers can only check there local register)may possibly be exposed! and since doing so my twitter account has twice been attacked!

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  11. It goes some way to explain why Cameron did nothing about Blair’s postal vote fraud ,he was in it up to his neck anything to defraud UKIP supporters out of their votes.

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  12. John..Great piece!
    But tell me, are you serious? “Nigel Farage’s General Election defeat will be declared null and void”.
    Oh please be true!!!!!

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  13. So now we follow the arrows of corporate coup from defrauding democracy to taking over the national broadcaster via two known allies of the Tory Party….Newscorp and HSBC.

    So here we have a country which is effectively under the rule of the corporations, do we not? Is it then any surprise that a man like Corbyn is lambasted from every corner of the media?

    Now, you end with:

    There exists a very powerful group of people in the UK – across banking, the media, retailing, politics, and Internet Service Provision – who do recognise where the line is…but have no qualms about crossing it. They also grasp that only when ‘respected’ mainstream media start publishing serious allegations will Middle England be shaken out of its assumptive acceptance torpor.

    If such people have no qualms, then you may rest assured that any allegations in the so-called ‘respected’ mainstream media will be of a quality to serve to please the somnulent of Middle England, make them think that sitting down and doing nothing more active than go to sleep, is actually a great idea. It will be more bread and circusses, with a few political gladiators lying dead in the middle of the amphitheatre, with the possibility of Cameron amongst them.

    But mark my words: anybody who replaces him will only be a new head on the hydra.

    Now tell me: will Brexit make any difference to this state of affairs? There are those who believe that they will have more democratic power because of the removal of the objectionable EU. Yet ingrained in Britain’s governmental system is the very thing they are wanting to leave the EU to free themselves of!

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  14. You might have to!

    But given Britain’s culture of intransigence, most of the people going your way will be driving to work, not walking in protest.

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  15. You have to wonder what tricks the Remain (AK Establishment) camp will pull to ensure the vote goes their way.
    It would seem that the polls are pretty close at the moment and it could well be too close to predict the outcome.
    Remember it isn’t just the UK establishment who is fighting to keep us in. Every organisation on the planet is behind remain and they carry quite a bit of clout, as we say in these parts.
    Are they really going to let a Brexit vote get through? You have to think ‘no’. Then you have to wonder what they may do to stop it happening. A State of Emergency in the UK would certainly stop the vote going ahead and of course a cancelled vote means we remain in the EU until another one, perhaps with more favourable background circumstances takes place.

    We should be ready for anything in the next three weeks, especially in the polls suggest Brexit.

    Idle conjecture? Maybe. But bare in mind we are currently ruled by an elite who appears to have rigged an election…

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  16. Call me cynical, but I can’t help thinking that the 19 police forces investigating proably have enough to go with already but have been ‘persuaded’ to apply for extensions in order to avoid any bad publicity in the middle of the Referendum campaign.

    IIRC, Camerlot jetted in a whole bunch of Young Republicans to help with canvassing too, I’m sure that must have cost a pretty penny and I wonder how that was accounted for…?

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  17. Maybe this is the answer to the “shy Tories” vote in the election and why the pollsters got it wrong. The election was fixed.

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  18. As a follow on to my earlier post.

    There is then the concern about what will happen if we do decide to leave.

    None of the predictions so far have even touched upon the ‘punishment’ scenario.

    Do we really think the EU would sit back and just allow us to leave and do our own thing? Not a chance. The EU does not understand the concept of a shrinking organisation. It is all about growing and consuming its hosts in a rather similar behaviour pattern to cancer.

    Be under no illusions. The EU will go out of its way to make things difficult for us. With the intention of forcing us back into the fold.

    Personally I don’t want to be part of any club that behaves like that which is why I’ll be voting to get and to STAY out.

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  19. If we vote ‘leave’, no doubt there will be some pretext, some crisis that will enable Cameron to declare: “You have voted to leave the EU, I get that, and we respect your decision, but now is not the right time. Could I ask you to wait for, say a year, then we leave”. The year comes and goes and becomes two….Cameron or his predecessor declares: “Because we respect the democratic process and since it has been a long time since the last referendum, a lot has changed. We think it is only right that we test your opinion again….”
    And so, we will vote until we vote the ‘right’ way.

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  20. This is what happens when you have a piece of ungulate filth at the head of government. Election fixer.. just one of the many faeces of Avid Cameldung. If the story has any legs, and if there is any decency left in the plod/judiciary nexus, it will be a much needed and long overdue game-changer – it’ll take more than Mr Bex-Bissell to sweep it under the carpet, any road up. We could well be approaching critical mess.

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  21. The decay of global trade is in tandem with the decay of democracy everywhere. From Camerons behaviour seems like we have definitely taken a “noticeable” step backwards in freedom and democracy across the board and in everything.

    There is one important concept starting to appear as we draw ever closer. What’s the probabilitiy the government for the liar we all now know it to be rig the election. The probabilitiy is as high as the potential BREXIT vote so at 50%+ a 1 in 2 chance of election rigging.

    Then what happens to the perps if they are caught? That goes for paid mercs like the intelligence officers if caught betraying democracy. They would be the more likely candidates for carrying out such an op don’t you think?

    Looks odds on for a fraudulent election now will there be any UN representatives to oversee these fraudulent elections? I mean every othe country gets this treatment when they think fraud might be a problem and as stated we got a 1 in 2 chance now of fraud, probably higher if BREXIT sympathys are higher than being reported.

    No election oversight for this bannana republic then … stop all payments to the UN please it is our turn to have protection in our election process.

    Off bookies tomorrow, place a bet on the EU election to be rigged, a dead cert see can’t lose. Actually will the bookies take the bet or offer odds like Leicester at 5000-1.

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  22. Remember, you Brits and Englanders. If yous are not satting with us at this table you will not be coming together to help making the rules….

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  23. Heidrich.
    What you don’t understand is that we are an island race and as such have quite different views to all those that live on mainland Europe.
    We don’t stand a chance of changing the rules because we will nearly always be outvoted.

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  24. Do not underestimate the ‘ shy Tories’, consistently unseen by the polling companies(1992, 2010, 2015), who, in this instance, may be Labour supporters who are on the Leave side.

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  25. william

    Unseen or just ignored? Thoroughly agree that underestimating the groundswell of Brexit feeling among a very significant number who have been biding their time, and becoming increasingly disillusioned to the point of out at any cost, would be manifestly foolish. However, as we are seeing, it will be a very dirty fight in which blatant illegality may have to be confronted the hard way.

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  26. It appears that Corbyn has re-entered the Brexit debate arguing that “a vote to leave means a Conservative government would then be in charge of negotiating Britain’s exit” and that would jeopardise workers’ rights. Almost simultaneously, the Guardian reports that Tim Roache, the new general secretary of the GMB trade union, has said that in his view, Corbyn has been “mealy mouthed” on the issue of immigration and that he needs to be “bolder and braver” in defending it if he is to win over Labour voters to the cause of remaining in the EU”

    I am confused – why would British workers wish to encourage the very policy that most threatens their jobs, wages, housing, school places for their kids, hospital waiting lists etc.?? Or are they so brain-washed by politically correct rhetoric that they really can’t see the wood for the trees?

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  27. They’ll probably be let off with a Conditional Discharge and placed on the Electoral Offenders Register for two years.

    That way they’ll be ready to pull the same trick again next time around.

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  28. “The revelation that polling cards have been wrongly sent to foreign migrants working in the UK may well have been an innocent cock-up. Or not.”

    Referendum voting papers sent to some EU nationals by mistake
    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/02/referendum-voting-papers-sent-to-eu-nationals-by-mistake

    “Xpress, an electoral software supplier to a number of councils, had confirmed that nationality may not have been set correctly for some voters.

    “Xpress have confirmed that they are in the process of issuing a patch for their system that will fix the issue,” it said. “They have now written to all their customers and will issue the patch later this evening (1 June 2016). The patch will cancel any postal votes that have been wrongly issued to electors.”

    The claim (by Xpress) that “Of the two areas they had looked at, one had one elector who was affected, the other had six.” looks rather like the standard Microsoft statement after a massive stable-door has been shut that MS are unaware of any exploitation!

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  29. Good piece John. I tried commenting in the Daily Mail item on South Thanet basically mirroring all the other commenters but perhaps more strongly suggesting it appears that it wasn’t a free and fair election and that Cameron’s Tories had fraudulently bought power providing Robert Mugabe with a master class in corruption. Not sure if the second half of my comment about James Harding’s links to Gideon and the BBC’s silence on this scandal is what did for my comment.

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  30. Jeremy
    Thanks for video. I watched/listened to it all. Garry is entitled to his ‘ views ‘. But he is very wrong in his analysis.
    Does he have an easy salary job? Probably. It’s all very comfortable organised socialism. If that’s what he wants – go get it.
    Mainland europe is very heavily taxed – more than twice UK. Government control behind the scenes in mainland is FAR stronger. They know who is in the country and where. Not so in UK. They don’t need to know. The people are numerous from worldwide because we are FREE. We are individuals, not euro clones. We have love in our hearts for our families and our history.
    Merging countries..? War..? Who knows the future.

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  31. mac – garry is a stay at home Dad like me west of me. The bit I disagree with him is the One World Govt thing. Here you have to register with the police when you move house for example.

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  32. jane7300

    The DM is the last word in online censorship: if your comments fit their political purpose (whatever that might be) they will publish it; if not, they will censor it.

    I gave Martin Samuel one hell of a blocking for trashing me in his column then having the DM censor my right to reply. He was absolutely pilloried in an email sent to all the political leaders, the editors of several national newspapers etc.

    It went along the lines of ‘I couldn’t give one flying f**k what Martin Samuel wishes to say about me, he has the right to call me everything up to and including an ignorant obnoxious c**t if he wants. But the corollary of that is that I have to be allowed the right to do likewise, because otherwise he is the journalistic equivalent of the Nats in apartheid South Africa treating me like the kaffir that my skin-colour precludes me from being…..’

    You really won’t get anywhere trying to engage in good faith with the Daily Mail. It does not believe in democracy, it does not believe in Free Speech, it believes solely in controlling absolutely all information communicated through its website to maximise the benefit toward whatsoever (undeclared) interests it most wishes to promote.

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