How Was The British General Election of 2015 Fixed?
A ballot box
I think it’s obvious that this election was fixed! This can’t be tolerated, so direct action must be taken! Here are some details of how the election was fixed.
First of all, there are a few factors to consider, which made this general election different from all others before it.
There was the collapse of the Lib Dem vote. This made it likely, but by no means definite, that in most Lib Dem held seats, the party which had come second in 2010 would gain the seat. The Lib Dems lost seats not only to the Conservatives, but also to Labour, as well as to the SNP. They lost a total of 49 seats, and didn’t gain any seats. The seats they lost were redistributed as follows…
Conservatives – 27
Labour – 12
SNP – 10
Nick Clegg after keeping his own seat but his Lib Dems being slaughtered
From this we clearly see that the SNP became a new force. They had pledged not to support the Conservatives, so that makes it 27 Lib Dem seats lost to the Tories and 22 Lib Dem seats lost to the anti Tories. These figures in themselves don’t lead to a Conservative victory. The Conservatives were on track to lose not only certain seats, balanced out by possible gains, but also to have their number of seats reduced.
For a few decades now, the share of the Conservative and Labour combined votes has been decreasing to about 65% at the general election of 2010, and was widely predicted to drop to 60% at the 2015 general election. I think this actually happened, but was covered up or distorted by the opinion pollsters, with methods such as redistribution of the don’t knows, as well as “weighting”.
Of course, if the 2010 and 2015 general elections had been fought under proportional representation, people’s votes, as well as the result would have been completely different. The votes cast for the 2009 European Parliamentary election for the UK were as follows: Conservative 37.7%; UKIP 18.8%; Labour 18.8%; Lib Dem 15.9%; Green Party 2.9%; British National Party (BNP) 2.9%; SNP 2.9%; Plaid Cymru 1.4%. If we use these percentages as the result of the General Election of 2010, the number of seats for each party would have been roughly as follows: Conservative 245; UKIP 122; Labour 122; Lib Dem 103; Green Party 19; BNP 19; SNP 19; Plaid Cymru 9. These figures total 658 seats instead of 650, using the conventional system of rounding up to the next whole number where the figure after the decimal point is 5 or greater. Some countries have a hurdle, such as 5%, which parties must reach to get any seats at all. I don’t think Britain could introduce a hurdle for some time, because it would prevent smaller parties from being established. I think if the Lib Dems had stuck to their guns and insisted on proportional representation as the price of their support, then they would’ve got more than 103 seats in the second general election of 2010, which of course never took place.
The familiar black ballot boxes
I’ve also been getting reports about the actual ballot boxes at some of the counts. I’ve heard that instead of the familiar black ballot boxes, the ballot papers came out of white transparent or translucent plastic boxes, to be placed onto tables for counting. How and when were the ballot papers transferred into these boxes?!
The SNP told their supporters to take lots of measures, including taking photos and following vans, to try and prevent any vote rigging, as you can read on https://twitter.com/csi_pillows/status/595180206152908800/photo/1 .
The BBC exit poll of 316 seats for the Conservatives wasn’t accurate and was manipulated by the system called “weighting”, which can be used to fix the figures in any way someone wants. My conclusion is that it was fixed.
We were consistently told that, due to constituency boundaries, Labour would win more seats if their support was the same as the Conservatives, which it was. These figures don’t lead to a Conservative majority.
The Conservatives had a number of US Republican Party campaign workers. That party has been accused of fixing US Presidential and State elections. This is what could easily have led to a Conservative majority!
There were fifty key marginal seats where Labour were ahead of the Conservatives just before the election, but mysteriously Labour failed to win enough of them to create a hung parliament, which means the results could have been fixed. These seats, complete with results, were North Warwickshire (Con hold), Thurrock (Con hold), Hendon (Con hold), Cardiff North (Con hold), Sherwood (Con hold), Stockton South (Con hold), Broxtowe (Con hold), Lancaster and Fleetwood (Labour gain), Amber Valley (Con hold), Waveney (Con hold), Wolverhampton South West (Lab gain), Morecambe and Lunesdale (Con hold), Carlisle (Con hold), Stroud (Con hold), Weaver Vale (Con hold), Lincoln (Con hold), Plymouth Sutton and Devonport (Con hold), Dewsbury (Lab gain), Warrington South (Con hold), Bedford (Con hold), Brighton Kemptown (Con hold), Pudsey (Con hold), Brentford and Isleworth (Lab gain), Hove (Lab gain), Enfield North (Lab gain), Hastings and Rye (Con hold), Ipswich (Con hold), Halesowen and Rowley Regis (Con hold), Nuneaton (Con hold), Gloucester (Con hold), Northampton North (Con hold), Bury North (Con hold), Kingswood (Con hold), Erewash (Con hold), Blackpool North and Cleveleys (Con hold), City of Chester (Lab hold), Croydon Central (Con hold), Worcester (Con hold), Keighley (Con hold), Wirral West (Lab hold), Cannock Chase (Con hold), Harrow East (Con hold), Loughborough (Con hold), Warwick and Leamington (Con hold), South Swindon (Con hold), Ealing Central and Acton (Lab gain), Pendle (Con hold), Stevenage (Con hold) , Elmet and Rothwell (Con hold), Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire (Con hold). This is a totally unbelievable set of results for those mass murdering, slave trading, bedroom taxing, Housing Benefit capping, Fire Brigade cutting, tuition fee hiking, food bank booming Tory bastards!
I think what’s needed now is violent protests, riots, and civil disobedience to bring down this dictatorship! By this I don’t mean lots of shouting while standing behind a Police line. In the early 20th Century the Suffragettes smashed all the windows in London’s Oxford Street, set fire to and bombed MPs houses, and sailed past the Houses of Parliament shouting at MPs through a megaphone. I mean attacking the Police just for wearing their uniforms, pushing their vans over, setting fire to them, using tear gas, stun guns, etc. An important tactic is also to work as one unit or team, staying in touch by radio or phone, as well as by linking arms, or even chaining yourselves together, a bit like the Borg in Star Trek.
I demand another general election in 2015 under proportional representation! We need both the Conservative AND the Labour parties to be banned and their MPs barred from standing for office ever again! There must also be lots of electoral observers so that the result can’t be fixed.