Sunday, 27 January 2008

Countdown to Election Probe


Something neither the Labour Party or Conservative Party are too keen on is electoral fraud investigations. Unless of course they are on the losing end of it.

However both sides seem to indulge in it, having learnt how valuable a tool it can be in winning elections from the enrichers who have brought the practise to our region of Eurabia.

Well the show to watch over the next fortnight is the one starting in Slough tomorrow where a Hearing will investigate whether a borough councillor of 23 years lost her seat illegally.

Labour’s Lydia Simmons lost to Conservative Eshaq Khan by 116 votes in May last year, which scuppered the party’s plans of retaking control of the council it lost in 2004.
The Labour group will be presenting evidence showing that some voters were registered to derelict homes and large numbers of voters (ethnicity can only be guessed at) were registered to single properties.

This hearing is separate to the ongoing police investigation into voting fraud where three Slough men have been arrested on suspicion of false applications to vote by post in connection with the elections in May 2007.

If you are involved in any election campaign for the British National Party be aware that you may not be fighting your campaign on a level playing field. To some, the British Way, the democratic way is the losers way.

For some of the electioneering tricks that the parties of betrayal get upto, please go visit this link to Liars, Buggers and Thieves site.


5 comments:

traitors should hang said...

Brown banishes 300-year-old tradition by removing Britannia from our 50p coin

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=510614&in_page_id=1770&ct=5

Nobody's lemming said...

...But I believe he is replacing her with Saladin :-(
But honestly now, the voting in Britain has been rigged for a while, until the day of course when Labour has enough of its own imported voters. In a country where everything is controlled by criminal gangs in Saville Row suits (does that still exist), from utilities to the shops we buy from, to the lies we buy as news, we were naive to believe that something as fundemental as the choosing of who actually appears to be running the show, could be left in the hands of the little people. This is why the BNP must make it very clear and very public that in places where voting is taking place, they will be posting guards at every level of the process. There should be no shame in this, and any that becomes apparent should be levelled at those who have made the country into a banana republic. If they were really clever they would carry this forward as part of the publicity.

yorkielass said...

And what are we going to do about it?

Election fraud has gone on here for years now.
It's well known the Pakistanis vote in blocks dictated to them from Pakistan.
Anyone that has not resided here for at least 50 years from abroad should have no vote their interest is not in the interest of the UK.
Banana republic was earned years ago in ref to our elections.
What a disgrace that we should now require watching at election time.
Democracy though is already dead in this country.

yorkielass said...

TOO GOOD NOT TO POST. FROM PJC JOURNAL.

Your right to vote is stolen using Statutory Instruments
by IanPP on Sat 19 Jan 2008 00:44 GMT | Permanent Link | Cosmos
Democracy is being snuffed out in England.

District Councils are being abolished, elections cancelled, councillors terms terminated.


The County Durham (Structural Change) Order 2008

The Cornwall (Structural Change) Order 2008

The Wiltshire (Structural Change) Order 2008

The Northumberland (Structural Change) Order 2008

The Shropshire (Structural Change) Order 2008


This is the wording found in each of the orders above, but the detail below is from the Shropshire order.


Cessation of term of office of district councillors
5. Every person who holds office as a councillor of one of the district councils immediately before 1st April 2009 shall cease to hold office on that date.




Cancellation of district council elections in 2008, etc
12.—(1) Notwithstanding section 7(8) and (9) of the 1972 Act (elections of councillors)—

(a) elections shall not be held in 2008 for the return of councillors to any of the district councils; and

(b) the term of office of councillors elected to any of the district councils in 2004, 2006 or 2007 shall end on 1st April 2009(9).

(2) Nothing in section 89 of the 1972 Act (filling of casual vacancies in case of councillors) shall authorise the holding of an election to fill a casual vacancy in the office of councillor of any of the district councils where that vacancy arises after 30th September 2008 and before 1st April 2009.



Cancellation of parish council elections, etc
13.—(1) Notwithstanding section 16(3) of the 1972 Act (election of parish councillors)—

(a) elections shall not be held in 2008 for the return of councillors to the council of the following parishes—

Alberbury with Cardeston,

Ford,

Minsterley,

Pontesbury, and

Westbury;

(b) elections of parish councillors for those parishes shall be held on the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2009 and every four years thereafter; and

(c) the term of office of the councillors elected for those parishes in 2004 or at any subsequent by-election before the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2009, shall end on the fourth day after the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2009(10).

(2) Notwithstanding section 16(3) of the 1972 Act (election of parish councillors)—

(a) elections shall not be held in 2010 for the return of councillors to the council of the following parishes—

Acton Burnell/Pitchford/Frodesley/Ruckley and Langley(11),

All Stretton/Smethcott/Woolaston(12),

Buildwas,

Cardington,

Church Preen/Hughley/Kenley(13),

Church Pulverbatch,

Condover,

Cound,

Cressage/Harley/Sheinton(14),

Leebotwood & Longnor,

Leighton & Eaton Constantine, and

Wroxeter & Uppington;

(b) elections of parish councillors for those parishes shall be held on the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2009 and every four years thereafter; and

(c) the term of office of the councillors elected for those parishes in 2006 or at any subsequent by-election before the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2009, shall end on the fourth day after the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2009(15).

(3) Notwithstanding section 16(3) of the 1972 Act (election of parish councillors)—

(a) elections shall not be held in 2011 for the return of councillors to the council of any parish in Shropshire;

(b) elections of parish councillors for those parishes in which, but for sub-paragraph (a), elections would have been held in 2011 shall be held on the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2013 and every four years thereafter; and

(c) the term of office of the councillors elected for those parishes in 2007 or at any subsequent by-election before the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2013, shall end on the fourth day after the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2013(16).



Whilst this Government rips our nation apart, it keeps our armed services, the defenders of our freedom, tied up in unjustified wars overseas and out of the way.


Whilst this Government rips our nation apart, the Tories and Liberals sit back and do nothing. They are not fit to represent the people of England.


Your right to vote has been stolen from you.


Remember what we said about 2010.

2010 - Its coming, your freedom is going

Anonymous said...

Does it really matter if the Conservatives or Labour have control of Slough?

Not so far as the future takeover of our Country by Islam is concerned.

Democracy, as Lincoln put it,is rule of the people, by the people, for the people. But we have rule of the people by the political elites for anybody and everybody except the people of Britain.

Most people think it is waste of time getting involved in politics or even to vote.

We will never have anything resembling a true democracy until there is some means of overriding the dictatorship of the professional political class, at least on specific issues.

A system of binding referenda is one obvious solution. Will we get it? Not easily, since those who are in a positon to grant it are those same members of the professional political class, who have a vested interest in not doing so.

There was a time,long ago,when not having referenda was reasonable, given low general levels of education and information.

That is no longer the case. And if Switzerland can have them, why can't we? Switzerland seems to me to be infinitely better governed than is this country.
a think they know