The biter bit…

It made me smile to an extent the Labour Party candidate for Tower Hamlets complaining about electoral fraud in the recent mayoral vote for that islamic republic London Borough. After all, Labour basically gerrymander the entire Parliamentary process to the extent that you need far less votes to be a successful Labour MP than any other MP of any other party.

The other part is of course the hypocrisy in Labour complaining about the result when the winner in a sense was invited along with his Bangladeshi cohorts in to shore up the Labour vote by rubbing the ‘Right’s nose’ in Multiculturalism and diversity.


The extremist-linked mayor of Tower Hamlets, Lutfur Rahman, benefited from “industrial-scale” postal ballot fraud and may also have been helped by “organised fraud in the counting of the votes”, according to his Labour Party rival.
John Biggs, who was narrowly defeated in May’s highly controversial election, said he and party colleagues had seen a number of ballot papers at the count where a vote for him, or candidates supporting him, had been crossed out and a different vote written in.
He accused Mr Rahman’s supporters of a “considerable amount of election fraud, principally centred around the manipulation of postal votes” and said there were “very significant doubts about the integrity of the ballot”.
The accusations form part of a damaging dossier of evidence, some of which will be submitted to the High Court tomorrow as part of an attempt to overturn the election result.
In a separate article for a local newspaper Mr Biggs said: “I remain a good loser, provided it was a good competition. But I am becoming clearer by the day that, remarkably in this mother of democracies, it could ultimately be declared that the election was bent.”

Thing is, Labour, Parliament, the Electoral Commission et al, were warned of this likelihood years ago, by the Bangladeshi government of all people who consider our voting system lax and susceptible to fraud. The bringing in of easily accessible postal voting by Tony Blair’s government was simply the cherry on top of the icing on top of the cake in which the supposed votes accruing to Labour went to parties supporting islamic beliefs and faith systems after Labour cast Rahman out of the Party because of alleged corruption and extremist views.

When you invite uncontrolled immigration in from areas which have no respect for the indigenous population, have a history of electoral corruption, who are encouraged not to integrate and have supremacist tendencies owing to a perverted form of religion, you’re asking for trouble and indeed it appears we have it.

It’s hypocrisy writ large for Labour to complain about what happened, they invited it in despite warnings and even today try to cover up their involvement in this type of dirty politics.

Yet people still vote for them believing that they support the working class, a class whom they’ve betrayed almost at every turn.


4 comments for “The biter bit…

  1. Errol
    July 27, 2014 at 6:58 pm

    Labour do not support the ‘working class’. The Left don’t. They’re out for themselves. The political wonks want to make money, the Lefty trogs such as the Oaf Jones, Child Penny and the odious whelp Toynbee simply want to trough by keeping people poor while pocketing plenty of cash along the way.

    They stand for nothing except the fanatical desperation to profit at someone else’s expense.

  2. Mudplugger
    July 27, 2014 at 9:35 pm

    May be just a tad unfair to both Bangladeshis and Labour, as they are not alone in this matter.

    In other immigrant-dominated areas, a similar scale of ballot-fraud has long been conducted, particularly since the unregulated expansion of Postal Votes. You’d be amazed how many apparent ‘residents’ can be registered at a tiny two-up, two-down terraced house in Bradford – they’d barely have room to breathe, let alone live there – but most don’t even live in this country anyway, some don’t live at all (you’d also be amazed how long the dead can vote, post mortem). Then there’s the Proxy Vote fiddles too……

    The defence of Labour arises because, in such areas, traditional British party-labels are irrelevant – the ‘family votes’ go to whichever candidate promises the best kickbacks to buy that batch of votes, regardless of party-label. Indeed most such candidates do not stand for a party out of any principled support for its policies, they know little and care less about policies – it’s simply a channel for personal advancement and, ideally, an opportunity for pedallable influence and/or access to public funds. All the major parties carry out the same ‘trawls’ for votes in those areas, using the same tactics and behaviours – some folk are suprised to learn that those nice cuddly Lib-Dems are some of the most professional exponents of it.

    Cynical I may be, but then a ‘cynic’ is what an idealist calls a realist – this abuse of the democratic process is real but few dare raise it for fear of the ‘racist card’ being played.
    The term ‘Banana Republic’ was used by one brave judge, and he’d only seem a small example of it – in truth, the comparative abuse of our electoral system is an insult to banana republics everywhere.

  3. Furor Teutonicus
    July 28, 2014 at 6:29 am

    People still vote for them, because the average voter appears to have a diconect between what they experience in their every day lifes, and every day politics, to what they do in the ballot box.

    They apear to be unable, at any point, to connect the two things.

  4. July 29, 2014 at 9:33 am

    As with the Election Fraud in Birmingham in 2005, categorised by that Judge as ‘actions’ which would disgrace a Banana Republic, so with the continuous disgrace in Tower Hamlets.

    The trouble is, everybody concerned with the Electoral Process turns themselves into spaghetti knots whilst trying to avoid the plain, straightforward term: Fraud.

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