15 June 2016
Get ready for the coming mother of all election frauds
By Mike Smith
15th of June 2016
I always cringe whenever people talk about and look forward to elections in South Africa as if they have hopes that the ANC can somehow be outvoted at the polls.
I have only voted once in my life and that was in April of 1994. I already saw then that voting in SA was just a sham.
People vote in Transkei in the morning just to be bussed in to vote in Cape Town in the afternoon. People with invalid and false ID documents still being allowed to vote and the floor crossing that just pulls the Mickey out of any “Free and Fair” election. Dead people who are 120 years old on the voters roll... It’s a total farce.
This year on the 3rd of August South Africa will have their local government elections.
Last month, Parliament was told that the IEC (Independent Electoral Commission) was without the proper addresses for up to 46% of the more than 26 million people registered to vote in the August elections.
Yesterday in the Constitutional Court Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said the voters’ roll, as it stood, was "inconsistent with the rule of law" and he gave the IEC 18 months to fix it. However the IEC said the elections will go ahead as planned despite 12 million people with no proof of address.
That means you can make up a bogus voter’s roll and add names as much as you like. You cannot prove that the person actually exists and is living at that physical address and is eligible to vote in that ward. You just bus them around from voting station to voting station like always and win ALL the wards.
Despite this…Phephelaphi Dube, director at the Centre for Constitutional Rights, said the August 3 local government elections could still be free and fair.
Bwhahaha…What a joke!!!
“She said a valid voters’ roll was not the only measure of free and fair elections. “It is but one, dare I say, not so important consideration. Other factors include conduct of political parties before elections and on election day, the ability of political parties to canvas for votes without intimidation, the ability of the state broadcaster to fairly cover political party campaigns etc.”
Excuse me? The “State Broadcaster” has become the ANC regime’s personal propaganda voice and there is intimidation at every election. The SABC doesn’t want you to see the ANC’s violently discontented voters and don’t even want to read the newspaper headlines that carry such stories.
On top of this, the Constitutional Court is aware of the crooking of the ANC.
The case stemmed from a November 2015 Constitutional Court ruling that the 2013 Tlokwe (Potchefstroom) by-elections in the North West were not free and fair. The African National Congress had won all the contested wards except one.
Following the by-elections, the IEC conducted its own investigation into the allegation that voters not entitled to register in these wards had been registered, and that their participation had affected the by-election results.
It found that 1 040 people had been incorrectly registered on the segments of the voters' roll for the affected voting districts.
See what I mean? They just bussed the voters around from one ward to another and had them voting over and over until they won them all…But it is “Free and Fair”…Ridiculous. Fucking Banana Republic, I tell you.
I have come to learn a long time ago that the ANC/SACP’s game is “Power forever”.
One man; One vote; One time. That is it...just like the rest of Africa.
After 1994 all the subsequent elections were mere sideshows to amuse the public and make them feel as if they are living in a “Democracy”. All smoke and mirrors. Vote as much as you like...the ANC stays.
The sheeple haven’t woken up to fact yet that they are living in an illusionary “Rainbow Nation”; an Alice in Wonderland scenario where nothing is the way it seems and the truth is that we are enslaved under the yoke of a One Party Communist Dictatorship.
If you want the ANC out, there is only one way… Shoot the useless bastards out of power. If you insist on voting; Vote with your feet. Get out of this hell hole.
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