Smoking-gun evidence of vote-rigging in the Scottish Independence Referendum. -LW
In Dundee, a strong YES area, the count was suspended twice due to fire alarms. The turnout in the strong YES area of Dundee was 78.8%, which is lower than the 85% turnout in Scotland as a whole In Dundee, ‘Yes’ ballot papers were spotted on a ‘No’ table.
THE “integrity” of the electoral register in Scotland has been called into question ahead of this month’s historic referendum vote after it emerged yesterday that children as young as three have been registered to vote and received polling cards. Once this is achieved, a corrupt if not criminal, manual count will sway the election in favor of the Bank of England, of course with the help of their secret servants called the Mi5. That’s when the voter fraud and rigging begins, and in the end, all questions about the legitimacy of the vote cannot be settled once the evidence is destroyed. The process is already in place. The ballots are thrown away. Easy-peazy. recount re-count
Margot MacDonald, former deputy leader of the Scottish National Party, wrote to the boss of MI5, Andrew Parker (above) asking for an assurance that MI5 spies would not interfere in the referendum on independence for Scotland. In Dundee, a fire alarm led to the evacuation of the building where the vote was being counted
As recently as Sunday, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth expressed hope that Scottish voters think very carefully about the future before voting in Thursday’s independence referendum, adding, “Well, I hope people will think very carefully about the future.”
A day after the Queen’s remarks, British Prime Minister David Cameron warned the Scots against declaring independence from the UK. As a final push for the No campaign, Cameron said, “There’s no going back from this. No re-run. If Scotland votes ‘yes’, the UK will split and we will go our separate ways forever,” he said in an emotional manner.
This is while the British state broadcaster BBC has been accused of biased coverage against the independence of Scotland. Salmond has slammed the network for using a “dirty tricks campaign” to disrupt the outcome of this week’s referendum on Scottish independence. scotland scottish independence “scotland independence” “vote no” “vote yes” vote uk british “united kingdom” “great britain” ballot 2014 2015 future union england london evidence camera footage media news entertainment count counting “made in uk” “made in scotland” whiskey “scotch whiskey” campaign government election elite games trendy trending viral europe “european union” gbp pound gold oil edinburgh glasgow “elite nwo agenda” exposed truth contract contractor alex jones infowars rant gerald celente max keiser david icke anonymous spain italy quebec texas states u.s. usa illuminati bilderberg royal bloodlines citizenship daboo7 glenn beck coast to coast am lindsey williams louis farrakhan
A survey conducted by Britain-based ICM research foundation and released on Sunday, showed that the pro-independence campaign enjoyed 54-percent support compared to the 46 percent for anti-independence campaign.
The Westminster has repeatedly warned against Scotland’s independence, saying it will jeopardize the UK’s stability and damage its international standing. Scottish authorities, on the other hand, argue that independence from the UK would free Scotland from London’s austerity policies and unnecessary military spending. The independence referendum could result in Scotland’s breakaway from the United Kingdom after more than 300 years of political union.
In Glasgow, “Police are investigating ten cases of electoral fraud.”
Voters turned up at polling stations to find that people had already voted using their names. Police officers have remove the ballot papers concerned. The papers were from 10 different boxes across Glasgow, and not concentrated in one area. In Dundee, a strong YES area, the count was suspended twice due to fire alarms.