|New Civilization News: Election Fraud
3 comments22 Nov 2004 @ 12:04 by istvan : They don't own the streets?
Well I live in Florida and I have to disegree. Seweral towns here have passed laws in the 1970s that prohibits more than three persons gathering in bublic without a permit. Most of the cities have laws that the maximum unrelated persons that can live in a any housing unit is four. This was passed to eliminate communes. I live in a town that just been declared the most unfriendly platce in the country towarrd homeless and transient individuals. ETC.
Yes it may be even way past time for just talking. It is time to withdraw the only pwer people still have which is whre you put your personal support.
How and where you spend your money. Boycotting the econo/political power structure is where even the poorest still have a say so.
Trying to make a change from within the establishments miserably failed in the past years and it even more impossible now. Support alternatives is what can make changes.
The internet is yet still free, it wont be for wery long, Seek out alternatives, seek out people who are intelligently/without ego trips have and implementing alternatives that can make changes at any level.
Things are not yet hopeless, but hope without planning and actions are like bubbles in air, foolish to try to grasp them.
23 Nov 2004 @ 13:27 by taranga @220.127.116.11 : electronic voting
Has any truly independent expert check the software? and what auditing is included?
In the uk all voting is paper based and all ballot slips have to be stored for six years, they can be checked as the serial no of the ballot can be related to the electoral roll if there is an investigation. It has been reported that throughout the cold war MI5 went to the expense and trouble of recording every single citizen who voted communist! lucky for them that wasn't too many!
I heard a world service report from India back in October where the people behind the very simple and robust Indian designed polling machines warned that the American proposed system lacking any means of independent auditing.
May be the answer is for the UN to set up a multinational electoral organisation that the whole world employs, overseen by 'fair witnesses'.
1 May 2016 @ 22:49 by Barbi @18.104.22.168 : FdtGXUWkwG
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