Electoral fraud focus intensifies

The developing story of investigations into alleged attempts to commit electoral fraud through disgracefully easy and avoidable abuse of the postal vote system, is gaining traction in the dead tree press.  Since the original revelations concerning a suspicious increase in the number of new voter registration were reported in the Independent, the Daily Mail and the Times among others have picked up the story.

The estimable Dr Richard North at EUReferendum has been tracking the story and making points that too many in the media seem happy to ignore, or haven’t the wit to grasp.  His latest piece today on the subject is titled ‘Vote early, vote often’.  It is a rather apt summation of the corruption of the electoral system.  But perhaps to really reflect what is happening among this country’s crumbling ruins of a democratic process, the phrase should be updated to read ‘vote early, vote often, vote as someone else’.

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2 Responses to “Electoral fraud focus intensifies”

  1. 1 Sinjun 05/05/2010 at 12:53 pm

    There can only be one motivation for the postal vote charade; and everybody knows it. Labour politicians, from evidence gleaned via online news, appear to be the overwhelming culprits. This was not spelt out in the BBC report last night where it appeared that the Tories, with perhaps 1/2 cases of electoral fraud, were equal beneficiaries. And yet again, those none the wiser were led to believe that ‘ethnic minorities’ or Asians accounted for most of the cases of voter personation…PC rules again. The problem is an overwhelmingly Kashmiri problem, aside from Tower Hamlets (Sylhetis) and a couple of cases in Gtr Manchester (also Sylhetis). Don’t expect a ‘hardhitting’ Dispatches-style report into the clan system and the disenfranchisement of women…

  1. 1 The United Kingdom is a Banana Realm « Autonomous Mind Trackback on 09/05/2010 at 1:44 pm
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