Friday, June 02, 2006

The Emperor has No Votes

It is now beyond dispute that the 2004 election was stolen.

The non-partisan and highly-respected government agency, the Government Accountability Office, verified that the electronic voting machines used in 2004 were wide open to fraud, and that fraud likely occured in Ohio, Iowa, Nevada, New Mexico, and other states.

The security flaws in electronic voting machines are so complete that anyone can instantaneously install software which will change the vote counts. See this New York Times' Magazine analysis, and also E-Voting Machine an Easy Hack from Wired Magazine.

Exit polling data shows that there was vote fraud.

And Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and leading reporter Greg Palast have shown that the emperor's cronies intentionally spoiled, rejected, purged and otherwise refused to count enough ballots to take the election away from Kerry (not that I like Kerry). See also this article.

Moreover, And spend 10 minutes at this website and you'll realize that electronic vote fraud is not some raving conspiracy theory, but is real.

Indeed, the following headlines from the last two weeks hint at the magnitude of the fraud:

Still think we have "free and fair elections" in the United States of America?

"Ye shall know the truth, and the truth will make you mad." - Aldous Huxley. Now that you know, what are you going to do about it?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was beyond dispute that the 2004 election was stolen since... 2004...

Greg Palast wrote an article about it the very next day after the election. sounded the alarm the very next day after Palast.

Common Dreams wrote an article the very next day after FreePress.

Then when you count in the provisional ballots just thrown in the trash and not counted, and other evidence of fraud gathered within a week of the election ( )

The recount even had to acknowledge some of the fraud and adjusted the numbers slightly.

But we have known the election was stolen almost as soon as they stole it, and people made noise. It's just now that big names like Robert Kennedy, Jr. are in on the action that now people are taking it seriously.

2:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some people have the opinion that there is no tangible "proof" the election was stolen...i.e., no paper trials, etc....but is there not plenty of circumstantial evidence, along with some actual tangible evidence...?

2:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We know the election was stolen, both of them but Palast is a loser.

Palast set us up for the whole fradualent Bush service documents -- Bush dodged the draft and went AWOL, but the documents Palast and his buddy what was his name Burkett (?) provided as proof were false.

That allowed Bush supporters and the media (who appear to be one and the same) to go hog-wild on the forgery while not addressing the truth -- Bush went AWOL.

Palast should stay out of any discussion of anything that Americans value. He is not a good investigative reporter (perhaps deliberately -- who knows, he could be a GOP plant?) and when he makes a big stink then gets the basics wrong, we all lose.

Like we did in 2004 when Palast endorsed forgeries obscured the truth about Bush going AWOL.

2:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you can always tell a republican supporter - they always respond to fact with insults.

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As was 2000 and 2002.

3:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have had fraud in elections nationwide for at least 70 years in America. The electronic voting machines just made fraud almost failsafe undetectible.

Seems the lefties are the main ones in the anti-voting machine fraud groups, but none of them to my knowledge are busy asking for the right thing. Those groups all talk about better computer programs and "paper trail" (paper receipt printed from machine) but none of those "solutions" are solutions.

Electronic voting machines should have always been out of the question from the beginning. They can be hacked at any second, and every time a test was done with printed "paper trail" receipts, the machine count never matched the verified way the people voted. So those bills in congress are bad joke too.

We need paper ballots hand counted in full public view and counted in each voting precinct.

Because the crooked machines were forced on localities, we the people should no longer trust our elections officials. We should not let the paper ballots and their counting out of public view on voting day. Absentee voting will have to end, and early votes on early voting days must be counted in the princinct or early voting place that same day in full public view.

These ideas won't eliminate fraud but they will go a very long way in that regard.

The left wingers do not want to solve the problem, and that is what bothers me about Palast and Kennedy. Anyone who does not say that all the machines need to be deep sixed immediately are just part of the problem

3:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Then, MR. Kerry IS the President,
and has been since the election.

3:17 PM  
Blogger MRI Hero said...


I've heard these allegations for a while, but didn't pay any attention because the facts seemed nebulous and too dispersed - not now - read Kennedy's article - it is a mind changer - there is just way too much evidence.

I've got a lot to say at:

3:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for presenting this viewpoint. I do have one request. Will you please stop referring to deliberately engineered "back doors," which are intended to facilitate vote fraud, as "security flaws"?

Example: You said, "Moreover, the security flaws in electronic voting machines are so complete that anyone can instantaneously install software which will change the vote counts."

TRUE, and everybody should know this, and thank you for posting the information.

BUT, do you get that the way you're saying it makes it sound like there are just these unfortunate, accidental defects that are being exploited by vote-fraud artists?

Whereas, in fact, the vote fraud STARTS WITH THE MACHINE DESIGN!!!!

Sorry, my typo-tantrum.

4:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well.. Now that we know it was stolen, and our votes don't count, what are we going to do about it?.. Protest?

This "democracy thingy" is a sick joke... They know that we are on to them.. Get ready for Martial Law..

Whoever has the most guns wins the argument. Might makes right.. and they write the history books.. "Our troops coming back from Iraq will make great police enforcement officers"

Freedom=slavery.. Lies=truth..

"Just as all the cops are criminals, and all that sin are saints, as heads are tails just call me Lucifer, because I'm in need of some restraint." MICK.

We got Negroponte (expertise: death squads) running the U.S. for the Satan worshipers.
We got nothing but Israeli firsters in all the major positions of political power, they have hijacked the fourth estate, the State department, the Pentagon, Our Congress, and Senate. We have the people who orchestrated 911 at the very pinnacles of our national security apparatus.

Protest ..What a joke… We the American people , are under attack from a foreign government/entity that has enthroned itself thru deception.

Protest .. What a joke.

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kerry conceded early in the morning Pacific time, well before my vote, and millions of others, were counted.

Kerry wanted 40,000 more troops into Iraq and Kerry promised (like Bush has done ad nauseam) that he would defend Israel -- a country that we do not have any kind of defense treaty with -- using U.S. troops. Any defense of Israel would be illegal under U.S. law and would most probably result in World War III as Russia and China have huge stakes in the Iranian oil fields.

The Democrats went after Nader in Florida, when the GOP had filed late -- the Dems could have won the election right then by contesting the GOP's late Florida filing, rather they threw their financial weight on picking on Ralph, one of the few candidates who had the chutzpah to challenge the Ohio election results.

Hayden, ol' Mr. NSA wiretapping himself, was confirmed by a US Senate vote of 78 to 15 -- do the math you delusional Demos -- how many Dems had to cross the aisle to get Hayden confirmed?

The GOP is evil, the Dems are stupid.

Here's the kicker: take it or leave it but I went to an Ivy League and I'm taking it:

Kerry was two years ahead of Bush in the Yale *secret* fraternity "Skull & Bones"-- why does it matter? Because Kerry would have chosen the fraternity brothers who chose Bush, and Skull & Bones has initiation rituals wherein pledges are forced to do very embarrassing things that can be later used against them.

"Secrets of the tomb..." and I'm not kidding. Do a web search on "Victor Ashe" and "George W. Bush"

So before you lament what could have been a Kerry victory, think about what nefarious deals went on between the Dimwits and the Repulsives to ensure that Bush *won* and reflect that a Dem win would have meant nothing to the anti-war, pro Bill-of-Rights people who make up the REAL thinking class of this country.

We have a uni-party ruling this country, one which has a foreign policy controlled by Israel and the military-industrial complex, and a domestic policy controlled by corporations. The sooner you realize it the sooner we will get our country back.

5:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.S. Iran is no threat to the United States, nor is it a threat to Israel unless it is attacked. Iran has not started a war since the middle of the 1700s, and it does not have anything resembling a nuclear weapon.

It's only sin is that it stands in the way of Israel's hegemony and that our craven and cowardly government will never stand up to the pro-Israel lobbies as evidenced by the standing ovations given Israel's new Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, when he told a joint session of Congress that the U.S. must attack Iran.

I would suggest everyone read the study done by Dean Stephen Walt of Harvard, and Professor John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago. It's called "The Israel Lobby & U.S. Foreign Policy" and it's been hailed worldwide for telling it like it is. You can find it on the internet.

I would also suggest everyone read Ahmadinejad's interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel. You will be suprised at how much more reasonable he is than Our Dauphin or Hitlery Clinton.

Here is the interview in English:,1518,418660,00.html

Also read the official Iranian translation of Ahmadinejad's 18 page letter to our Idiot-in-Chief.

Beyond that, Ahmadiniejad is a figurehead with no power and as the World Council of Churches just said, Israel is the true threat to peace in the Middle East.

But keep on putzing around between the two war-mongering parties, and watch your kids die when UsRael attacks Iran and Russia, China, South Asia and most of the world rush to Iran's defense.

Or do your homework, it's only your kids' lives at stake...

5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kerry is not the winner. The way I see it the rightful President would be the only one that was actually selected by the people. President Gore.

6:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does this mean I can no longer go to Iraq and kill me some stupid Iraqi children!? Nobody is gonna keep me and my fellow Marines from supporting our leader and nobody is gona keep me from my duty. I'm going to kill every Iraqi, women , old man and babies if I have to, to keep my beloved country safe from these terrorists!! For every man , women and child that are put out of their misery by my fellow Marines, there are 99.9 who are only pointing their weapons at the Iraqi terrorists. KILL KILL KILLKILL KILLKILLKILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL THEM MOTHER FUCKERSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

6:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Killing Iraqi's is fun YAHHHHHHHOOO!

6:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

kerry could have challenged the certification of the electoral college votes but he had more important business that day visiting Israel, his real constituents?

6:26 PM  
Blogger Tahoma Activist said...

George, I freakin love you man. But you gotta do something about these trolls. I think I stepped in something. Eeewww.

Anyway, keep spreading the word! Contact your local media!

And call your Senators! 1-888-355-3588

6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kill me an Iraqi
It sure feels good
Slice open their belly
Drop'n babies like a turd
Give their heads a smacki
The one's who never learned
That America is no lackey
The peace lovers will burn
That baby for CNN
That sand monkey until it bends
All the people who deny our might
Them like a bug cause they're wrong and we're right
Can't wait for the draft and all you blind kids will see
How fun it is to kill when your a FUCKING MARINE!!!!!!!!
God Bkess America.

7:10 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Buy guns.

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this disseminating misinformation and spinning at max speed or what?

What would Michael Rupert say about this? What would he call the Kennedy family, this great pillar of democracy [sic] in America? Difficult to choose from: The Corleone, or the Barzini family of the American politics?

As for Greg Palast, isn’t he right out of the Ministry of Truth? Sure he is good at reporting the "news" which is meant to be leaked, has passed its sell by date, meant to distract you from a much bigger story (e.g., the assortment of Iraqi massacres committed by the marines which could see an end to the illegal occupation in Iraq) or “revealing” something that you can’t do a damn thing about?

Apply a simple credibility test, however, and you'll see how fast Palast credentials turn brown. If this guy is such a hot journalist (rather than being a spook, as suspected in some European circles), how come then he hasn’t uttered a single word about the biggest and the single most important historical event since WWII, the demolition works on 9/11?


“While almost no French or US journalist is doubtful about the official version released by the Bush administration on the September 11 attacks, 42 percent of all US citizens questions the dogma of an Islamic conspiracy. Such a questioning is raising serious mistrust of the mainstream media in the United States and significant rejection of political institutions, as revealed by a survey conducted by the prestigious International Zogby Institute.” [Thierry Meyssan]

8:58 PM  
Blogger Tahoma Activist said...

The last poster is trying to paint Palast as the enemy of the people? That's rich. Just cause the guy hasn't come out about 9/11 doesn't mean squat. Lots of people haven't. Doesn't mean anything. The only reason I do it is because nobody reads blogs, and I won't lose my job even if they do.

10:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a farce. Every third world voting is less fraudulent.

And many of the standards, e.g. party voter helpers at the voting places or the oversight of vote by state secretaries who are also campaign leaders are far beyond my understanding of a neutral and fair vote. Seems you're so used to it you even recognize it anymore.

Sorry to say it: But the US government, the congress and the senate are the most corrupt and fraudulent principle of reign worldwide nowadays.

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tahoma “Activist” (!)

It means a lot of freaking squats. How could anyone think there's a more important issue, when 9/11 is being used as a pretext to incinerate the world?

When the Titanic is sinking, everyone aboard expects the watch (Palast and other journalists) to tell them who (and the how, what, and where) torpedoed the boat. They’d hardly want to discuss the previous week’s puke menu!

For a smart activist... see below:

To the other anonymous who wrote:

“Palast set us up for the whole fraudulent Bush service documents -- Bush dodged the draft and went AWOL, but the documents Palast and his buddy what was his name [...]Like we did in 2004 when Palast endorsed forgeries obscured the truth about Bush going AWOL.”

You are, of course, 100 percent correct!

This anonymous believes that Palast works for the Ministry of Truth [as described by Orwell in his masterpiece “1984”, which you have no doubt read.]

12:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Palast always talks about FBI and other top-secret U.S. government files "landing" on his desk. His desk is in England -- that's a long way to fly for a file ;-) Why send them all the way over to him when Wayne Madsen is "Inside the Beltway"? ;-)

Past that, someone I know was asked by Palast to provide the number of a news organization. This is how much of an "investigative" reporter Palast is, the number is available on the news organization's web site under "Contact." My 8 year old could have found it.

I have caught Palast in so many "mistruths" over the last few years it would be exhausting to think about them all.

The elections were stolen, no doubt about that. But by whom? Kenneth Blackwell, Ohio's Sec. of State at the time was on the board of the infamous Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA).

JINSA is said to be one of the secret hands running US foreign policy and is closely allied to the other neo-conservative groups, which have both Repulsive and Dimowit members.

Donna Brazille just signed a statement from the infamous Project for the New American Century, putting her in cahoots with Cheney, Rumsfeld, the military-industrial complex, and the Israel-firsters.

Bush's father was taken down by the pro-Israel lobby after he proposed taking a fairer stance toward the Palestinians. 70% of Clinton's re-election (according the the Capitol magazine "The Hill") was funded by American Jews. Maybe Jr. actually learned something from his predecessors?

Maybe Chimp promised the pro-Israel lobbies (like his Zionist *Christian*) base, more in 2004?

Maybe Kerry, his fellow Skullster (whose real name is "Kohn" -- like Wesley Clark whose real name is "Kahane" --both variations of the name given to Jews of the pristly caste which is "Cohen") was a pastsy, set-up, perhaps willingly, to fail?

Edwards was sure taken by surprise by Kerry's concession. But then Edwards had just attended a Bilderberg meeting, so he'd become a member of the fold too (do a web search on it -- the Asia Times, probably the best paper out there, had a story on it)

Seriously, those hoping for a Democratic *victory* better be careful what they wish for. Our future is being decided by the military-industrial complex and the pro-Israel lobbies, whoever wins will win because of their macinations and will follow their bidding, with disasterous consequences.

Don't believe me? Both Pelosi and Clinton (Hitlery) last year promised the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) that the U.S. would attack Iran.

Do your homework, again, it's only your kids lives at stake.

10:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the previous Anonymous on Palast

Astute observations... congratulations!

There’s also the added paradox that even the embedded journalists can and do get their heads blown off for committing minor deviations, let alone blurting out major “revelations.”

As for the military-industrial complex, whereas they could have been regarded as an autonomous force in the 1950s 60s and even 70s, there has since been a marked shift in their kismet. It is now the Wall Street banks that own major stakes in the complex and therefore determine policy, decide direction and appoint the managers – as they do with the government.

10:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Steal an election, start a war, force Amazon to ban books like "America Deceived" by E.A. Blayre III, cage the opposition, and tap the phones. That should do it. The last link before Google Books pulls it:

11:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a few more words about Palast.

Palast had an interview on Alex Jones show in year of 2001 after 9-11., Palast made some remarks that would indicate that he fully accepted the "offical story" of 9-11. (Audio and/or transcript available somewhere on web.)

Palast said last year that he believed Gary Webb committed suicide as official story said, though Webb was said to have shot himself in the head - TWICE.

Palast put out article about two years ago how he was against Second Amendment.

Palast, as I said in my earlier post here, ascribes to "just fix the computer programs" and "give paper trail receipt" ideas to fix vote fraud problem. Those are NOT solutions to computer vote fraud.

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is what Palast wrote in 2003 about the alleged suicide of Dr. David Kelly, the British (Iraqi WMD) government scientist,

"Dr. Kelly, who had been proposed for knighthood was named, harangued and his career destroyed by the outing. He then took his own life."

10:14 PM  

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