Thursday, 18 September 2014
In Glasgow, “Police are investigating ten cases of electoral fraud.”
Voters turned up at polling stations to find that people had already voted using their names.
Police officers have remove the ballot papers concerned.
The papers were from 10 different boxes across Glasgow, and not concentrated in one area.
In Dundee, a strong YES area, the count was suspended twice due to fire alarms.
A male vote counter “tampering with ballots by marking crosses on ballot papers in the Edinburgh polling station.” Videos Claim Vote rigging.
The turnout in the strong YES area of Glasgow was 75%, which is lower than the 85% turnout in Scotland as a whole.
The county known as Clackmannanshire was expected to vote YES.
Margot MacDonald, former deputy leader of the Scottish National Party, wrote to the boss of MI5, Andrew Parker (above) asking for an assurance that MI5 spies would not interfere in the referendum on independence for Scotland.
Margot MacDonald is now dead.
Maureen Mackay told Scotland on Sunday: “The problem is that our voting system means that all you have to do is turn up and say where you live. There is no check to verify who you are so any votes registered with children could be used by adults.”
One in four Scots believes M15 is working with the UK Government to prevent independence, one poll revealed.
The poll found nearly as many thought the referendum vote would be rigged.
A reader of Scotland on Sunday comments:
“I know of an Edinburgh Tory councillor who on the night of the 1979 Devolution referendum was boasting that he had voted No six times.”
In the 1992 general election, the exit polls suggested a Labour win, and yet the Conservatives under John Major were declared the winners.
Was the 1992 election rigged?
With the current Scottish referendum there are no exit polls.
“Informed sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, have told Press TV that absence of international observers to monitor the independence referendum and close competition between pro- and anti-independence camps are the main reasons that have strengthened suspicion of vote-rigging attempts…
“A survey conducted by Britain-based ICM research foundation and released on Sunday, showed that the pro-independence campaign enjoyed 54-percent support compared to the 46 percent for anti-independence campaign.”
A posting on the “Independent Scot” Facebook page states, “Given the disparity between official poll results and the turnout at Yes meetings and unofficial polls, there has been a bit of a rumble that people are worried the real vote on 18th September will be nobbled.”
Margo MacDonald was a former deputy leader of the Scottish National Party.
She said, before she died, that there are MI5 agents operating inside the Scottish National Party.
Willie McRae, former Vice Chairman of the Scottish National party, reportedly murdered by the spooks.
3. Willie McRae, former Vice Chairman of the Scottish National Party.
Allegedly, MI5 and its friends were involved in:1. The downing of PanAm 103 over Lockerbie.2. CIA torture flights using Scottish airports.
Very few people have turned out to support the NO campaign. Above we see Lord Robertson.
The following is:
The British plan to steal Scotland’s independence referendum
By Wayne Madsen, September 10 2014.
www.dailymail.co.uk.5. Knowledgeable British sources say that massive election manipulation, including tampering with the absentee postal votes, is what is in store for Scotland on referendum day…
Of course, any suggestion that the vote was rigged will be immediately be discounted as an unfounded “conspiracy theory.” …