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CIA has software that can alter votes.. (Was it used lately?)

via markcrispinmiller.com

From Cat McGuire:

Listen to retired USAF Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney explain how the CIA has special software that can alter votes –  7 min video
https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/politics/the-cia-ability-to-hack-the-vote/

This tool has been around. I had heard about it, but looks like its being trotted out again.  

Read this analysis to see how it very well could have worked its black magic on the Wisconsin and Michigan votes (scroll down to the third Update – 4/11/20, 15:00)
https://off-guardian.org/2020/11/03/discuss-election-day/

RELATED:

Last night in Pennsylvania, Jo Jorgensen’s vote count DROPPED BY HALF over a few minutes

An Easy vote card arrives for a Christchurch man who has been dead for 16 years – note: there are no ID checks at NZ polling booths

“The card allows someone to turn up and vote and there are no ID checks at polling booths”

Stagg told Newstalk ZB his household received their voting packs before the easy vote card for Harris arrived – but Harris was the only person to get a easy vote card sent to the residence.

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A Christchurch man has received an easy vote card despite being dead for 16 years.

The card allows someone to turn up and vote and there are no ID checks at polling booths.

Jason Stagg shared the photo on Facebook of the mail addressed to Rosston Keith Harris, who he says is his step-grandfather, with the caption: “Dead men can vote now apparently, I wonder how many dead men will vote this election?”

Another photo shared by a friend of Stagg, Life Connection Baptist Fellowship pastor Carl Bromley, showed the easy vote card for Harris cut out.

Bromley asked “how many deceased people are getting voting cards and whose (sic) using them to vote for who?”

Stagg told Newstalk ZB his household received their voting packs before the easy vote card for Harris arrived – but Harris was the only person to get a easy vote card sent to the residence.

“I was really, really surprised because he [Harris] was the original owner of the property I’m living in. He built it in the 1960’s and he’s long dead.”

Stagg said he hadn’t contacted the Electoral Commission about the issue as he didn’t know where to go with it.

“I’m just wondering how many other dead people are getting these easy vote cards,” he said.

“How many dead people are going to vote in this election?”

Both Bromley and Stagg are proud supporters of the New Conservatives.

An Electoral Commission spokeswoman confirmed Harris is still on the electoral roll despite his death in 2004, and they are following the claim up with Births Deaths and Marriages.

She said they receive daily notifications from the government department and a case like this is extremely rare.

The commission often follows up when mail is sent back to them when someone is no longer living at a property.

The spokeswoman wouldn’t comment on whether or not they could tell if Harris’ vote card had been used to vote and wouldn’t be drawn on specifics due to privacy reasons.

(See images at link)

SOURCE:

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/easy-vote-card-arrives-for-christchurch-man-who-has-been-dead-for-16-years/PEEBWSF5XA7EGFDTN4RQ2ZXY3E/?fbclid=IwAR3v2BEem5fV_J1CRpTkCkyBX1ITe2yR9sxGG8s52mabUe5qJB28kboA2TI

Online voting is impossible to secure so why are some governments using it?

From csoonline.com

Dr. Vanessa Teague is one frustrated cryptographer.

A researcher at the University of Melbourne in Australia, Teague has twice demonstrated massive security flaws in the online voting systems used in state elections in Australia — including one of the largest deployments of online voting ever, the 2015 New South Wales (NSW) state election, with 280,000 votes cast online.[ Keep up with 8 hot cyber security trends (and 4 going cold). Give your career a boost with top security certifications: Who they’re for, what they cost, and which you need. | Sign up for CSO newsletters. ]

The response? Official complaints about her efforts to university administrators, and a determination by state election officials to keep using online voting, despite ample empirical proof, she says, that these systems are not secure.

While insecure voting machines have received most of the attention since the 2016 U.S. presidential election, states and municipalities continue to use — even enthusiastically adopt — web-based online voting, including 31 states in the U.S., two provinces in Canada, and two states in Australia. Wales in the UK  is pushing hard for online voting. The country of Estonia uses online voting for its national elections.

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LINK: https://www.csoonline.com/article/3269297/online-voting-is-impossible-to-secure-so-why-are-some-governments-using-it.html?fbclid=IwAR3W7ftnIJbWsfQGVmpltGusA9_O_xQ-CuMrtpxTgLPZMioOIRsrAfsdtN0

The illusion of choice & why the Nats (who usually don’t care about the poor) are welcoming more refugees

From William McGregor
 

Y’ know, we have an election coming up later in the year, and all I seem to hear from the die-hard Kiwis is “National has got to go; Key & his ‘cronies’ have sold us out (to overseas investors)”!
And they’d be right, but there’s a far BIGGER issue going on here, if you take the time to dig deeper! Here’s what I see; this is MY view ….

Politics in Aotearoa has always been between TWO major parties – no different than almost every country in the world; that’s just the way it has ALWAYS been.
Yes – other smaller parties have come (& gone) & they have been more of a DISTRACTION than a help; and they serve to make people feel there ARE other alternatives, but there’s not – there’s left or right, (up or down, in or out) – that’s just how it is!

Third, fourth generation Kiwis have grown tired of the same old record playing the same old song…. we went backwards & forwards – National/Labour, Labour/National and it got to a stage where Labour was looking forward to having their turn again …..

Key did some VERY SERIOUS DAMAGE ….

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Selling out to overseas investors, back-door deals – leaving faster than he came into the political arena; this WASN’T by chance; this is VERY ORCHESTRATED by very POWERFUL PEOPLE, something most can’t BEGIN to understand!

Polls (strategically held in specific areas) have been used by the media to manipulate the masses! If those polls were held in Otara (Auckland), Highbury (Palmerston North) or Aramoho (Whanganui), they would be SO DIFFERENT they wouldn’t be recognizable!

Seventy to eighty thousand immigrants (refugees) a year over the last few years – that wasn’t by chance either! THINK! Those who arrived since 2008, and have applied (& got) voting rights, WHO do you think they would vote for? – the party that brought/allowed them (& their families) here, or the other party?! Straight up …. and they’re PUSHING New Zealanders to take a minimum 50 thousand per annum; they are GUARANTEED VOTES for them (National). Who bites the hand that feeds them?! They (the NEW New Zealanders) would feel OBLIGATED to vote for National; most would see Aotearoa as “Club Med” compared to the countries they came from!

We can’t even accommodate our own, yet the “Government Depts. can’t help our new arrivals enough…. housing/benefits/medical/schooling/employment …. by chance?! – NOT ON YOUR NELLY!

Regardless of party policies, you will ALWAYS go to the ones you feel are your rescuers, and National know this; they RELY on it, and they will play it to the hilt!

And we will let them, because that’s how we roll …

 

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Ask yourself, what do the Nats care about the homeless in NZ, about child poverty, about youth suicide? Under their terms we’ve seen those stats worsen to the point we’re the world’s worst at all of them! And so in that light the above opinion rings very true. Were they truly caring they would also be caring for their own. They’re not. As I repeat regularly, under their watch we have all these dubious stats of shame. They don’t even flinch about it. Business as usual. So the caring motive doesn’t hold water for me. And it’s not about Kiwis not caring for the needs of refugees. I’m sure most us do. The point here is, we’re deep in the mire with 42K homeless. Their doing. I have noticed, Herald’s published an article with the affirmation of no less than four other former NZ PMs on the need to welcome 500 new refugees now.  So four other riders (of the same horse) agree. Very comforting.  EnvirowatchRangitikei