Voter Fraud Inevitable
from Digital Elections
Technology changes, while human nature
remains constant. Voter fraud is a repetitive part of the election experience. The lack of integrity in voting procedures,
and more importantly the ballot counting process, causes the gravest concerns and casts substantial doubt on the legitimacy
of the entire political system. Eight years ago in a different presidential cycle, the article 2004 - a time to go fishing, asks why do people tolerate this tainted and pseudo election process.
As the twisted notion, that one’s vote actually alters the establishment status quo,
persists in the shallow minds of naive benefit spongers, the harsh facts testify to a different outcome. The essay Fatalistic Reality and
Election Futility, laments the actual results.
should we expect for 2004, a presidential election year? First off, the misnomer that presidents are elected must be dispelled.
They are selected. Any reasonable and sensible person must conclude that Thomas Jefferson could never win the nomination of
a major party.
Political parties have always hated the Republic. Their
purpose is to confuse and distort politics in order that their organizations can manage the process of sham elections. The
fraud that there is a real difference between the DemocRATS and RepubliCANTS, should be apparent to even the most obsessed
party activist. So why do the masses continue to act as asses? Why do they still vote? The only answer that potentially explains
this discontent from sane reality is that voters believe they get something out of supporting a politician."
The introductions of marvelous digital ballot computing devices are a programmer’s
arena and a politician’s dream. The Daily Kos in the article, ELECTION FRAUD: It's the
Voting Machines, Not the Voters, points the finger at the digital device.
"After every election, the system continues to grind citizens into the ground. The
privileged few continue to accrue their vast sums of booty, as the debt soars to heights that only a super computer can calculate."
"How can we rely on voting results when the cases of voting machine problems are so
There are over 200,000,000 million registered voters.
It would take a huge amount of voter fraud to tilt an election. However, an entire county's votes can be compromised by voting
machine problems, and they have, many times over.
The GOP is yelling
about Voter Fraud, when the real problems are the well-documented problems with voting machines? You never hear them yelling
about this reality."
The political machines of the
duality party monopoly work the 0’s and 1’s to game the system. The idea that a true competition exists pushes
the limits of reason. The elites behind the current political selection, keep the appearance of a cutthroat race, when the
administrators of the vote counting codes program the agreed upon results into the outcome.
with this approach does not secure protection from intentional tampering to the operating system code. Mr. Rashid cites a
"It turned out DREs weren't all that secure. Several researchers examined the copy of the Diebold voting system
software and found "egregious security lapses," such as incorrect use of encryption, that put it at "high risk
of compromise." If the voting systems had been tampered with before the election to incorrectly record the votes, there
was no easy way for election official to verify the votes had been recorded correctly."
S. Levine in a column, Can We Trust Voting Machines?, provides evidence of more skepticism.
"Do we want the source code that tells the machine how to register, count, and tabulate votes to be
a trade secret such that the public cannot verify that an election has been conducted accurately and fairly without resorting
to (ironically) paper verification? Can we trust the private vendors when they assure us that the votes will be assigned to
the right candidate and won’t be double-counted or simply disappear, and that the machines can’t be hacked? As a September USA Today editorial described, all of the above have either been proven to be potential risks or
have actually happened."
The thesis against centralization of counting ballots results argues that the method to fix a national election is
far greater with the use of electronic voting machines. The expense of a billion dollar campaign is a mere payoff to the media
moguls to gain favor in the contorted psychological wasteland of the medium message. Substance and sincere engagement on issues
and policy are virtually unknown in the staged combat of diversion and subterfuge.
In order to gain a keen insight into electronic
voting abuses watch the videos.
Black Box Voting - with Bev Harris - Voting Fraud in the
2012 Presidential Elections Part 2
A key criticism is that any system that consolidates the tallying of votes
or presents a surreptitious method of distorting or fixing the results should be discarded. The imperfect paper ballot practice
of precinct vote counting had a greater degree of a safeguard then an electronic centralization count.
the proposition that direct elections can be designed to reflect the reliable will of the electorate is a false objective
and a frightful abandonment of the fundamental purpose of America. "The Republic is severely crippled, when direct democracy replaces representation."
The intention to inculcate the vote among (theoretical) equals to affirm the rule of (elite) unequals, is an offense
against all humankind. A representative government that excludes political partisan careerists is essential. A populist infusion
of citizen responsibility into local civic life is indispensable to a just society. During this latest quadrennial election
season, the political foreplay surrounding the coronation of the next tyrant in chief is sickening.
The total ballots recorded for president in the 2008 election was 131,393,990, of which Barack Obama received 69,498,215 votes. The estimated
voting age population was 230,872,030. The obvious inference is that any candidate would be a minority president,
when selected. The perception that the majority rules America is patently absurd.
A major theme
of the "TC" series of essays is that the federal government is illegitimate. During
this current electronic pageant "reality show", the promise of righting the ship of state is an elusive fantasy.
The valid replacement political system to the profane oligarchy that subjugates our fellow Americans is the model of The TUN - a true representative
council. Read this Inherent Autonomy article for the background and full explanation for real representative
"For those who favor and prompt
a state or national constitutional convention, it is necessary to have a true representative alternative to the nuisance of
direct democracy or the fascism and cronyism of two-party tag team elections. Is it possible to apply this method through
the current political establishment system? Most unlikely; however, the importance of the exercise and future debate is to
have an alternative when the current unconstitutional system collapses."
The most rabid utopian statists want to abolish the Electoral College. Many of these same collectivist egalitarians favor early balloting, internet
voting and oppose providing proof of registration before casting a vote. The extent of their ignorance rivals the deceit of
the phony party divergence.
The campaign circus hardly fosters
confidence in political leadership or honesty. In addition to the partisan torture of countless lies and corrupt tactics,
the public is subjugated to the insult of doctoring the ballot count. Over a hundred million of our compatriots will sit on
their hands and stay home for this next presidential election. The fictitious claim that the people provide consent to the
ruling class is offensive.
After the suffrages are processed,
it would come as no surprise if the results exceeded those that were actually cast. When will Americans wake up to the surreal
exploitation of their natural rights? The Black Box Voting junto is the new Tammany Hall. This level of corruption brings
the greatest insult, The United Nations will monitor
election, do you feel 3rd world.
this an imposition on U. S. sovereignty? Do we now trust the United Nations with securing our individual liberty? Is our national
government supreme, second only to God, or are we now "earthers"? Have you surrendered being an American?"
So much for the Grand National experiment, RIP for a once great nation.
SARTRE – October 28, 2012