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Labour Postal Ballot Fraud In Blackburn

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June 3, 2009

New Labour Postal Ballot Fraud NOW in Blackburn

I posted recently about the monumental scale of postal ballot fraud organised by New Labour in 2005 in Blackburn.

http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/200...oral_fraud.html

I have irrefutable evidence that this is happening again, and New Labour are engaged yet again in criminal electoral activity in Jack Straw's constituency.

Michael Poultney, New Labour sub-agent for the North West Region Euro Election, has written to the Electoral Commission to complain that the rules governing the discarding ot torn ballots inadvertently favour the BNP.

http://www.blackburnlabour.org/blog/Torn-p...ge-the-BNP.html

In doing so, Poultney reveals he has been looking at the postal ballots and seeing how people voted.

I have noticed that a few postal voters have cut or torn their ballot papers only submitting the portion of each paper in line with their marked X.

But party scrutineers are specifically banned from seeing where the "marked X" is when postal ballots are opened.

The rules on this are very strict and could not be clearer. Nobody is allowed to see how the postal ballots are cast until they are counted with the others - not least because at the opening of postal ballots, they are accompanied by signed forms identifying the voter.

This is the rule on opening postal ballots. It could not possibly be clearer:

candidates and agents should not make any attempt to see how any individual ballot paper is marked, nor make any attempt to take notes on how ballot papers are marked. In any event, all ballot papers will be kept with the voting side face down and so it will not be possible to see how the postal voters have voted

http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/__da...ents-GB-WEB.pdf See Chapter 5 para 15 of the Electoral Commission's Guide.

How then did Poultney know where the vote was on these ballot papers?

That is the law, and plainly Poultney - and very probably the Blackburn returning officer - has broken the law. I know from experience as a candidate in Blackburn that if you are not New Labour, you certainly won't get to see how postal ballots are cast. The local returning officer is, of course, the New Labour chief executive of the New Labour borough council and the people actually opening the ballots are employees of the New Labour borough council.

Anybody who thinks that deep political corruption begins only at Westminster is a fool.

UPDATE

In response to New Labour commenters trying to defend this, look at Poultney's letter quoted above again and read it carefully.

I have noticed that a few postal voters have cut or torn their ballot papers only submitting the portion of each paper in line with their marked X.

It is obvious that he has been looking at a number of ballot papers, and knows where the X is and that they have torn the paper in line with it - ie, rather than for example tear the paper in half a good way below their X. So he is definitely looking at who postal voters are voting for, (and not just the BNP voters). That is simply illegal - you can't spin it away.

For goodness sake, New Labour have had Blackburn councillors jailed for postal vote fraud. The place stinks of corruption. The ex council leader, Lord Taylor of Blackburn, has just been suspended from the House of Lords for corruption. Stop acting all innocent.

http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/200...abour_post.html

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Many councils, including Birmingham, Leicester, Ealing and Blackburn, are happy to spend taxpayers' money on this seditious poison."

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Blackburnistan, thoroughly enriched to 3rd world standards and Islamified to Caliphate status...

http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/...rror_bomb_plot/

http://www.thisislancashire.co.uk/news/147...errorist_haven/

http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/..._are_teachers_/

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4499849.stm

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/columnis...l-Religion.html

"Borrowed any good books from your local public library lately?

I'm told Women Who Deserve To Go To Hell is proving especially popular in Tower Hamlets.

It may not have been shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize, but it apparently flies off the shelves in East London.

The crazy guys at Hibt ut-Tahrir are behind Funds In The Khilafah State, which contains a handy guide for Muslims on shedding the blood and seizing the property of apostates.

That, too, has found its way into the public libraries of Tower Hamlets, where you can also lay your hands on books by Abdullah al-Faisal and Abu Hamza, aka Captain Hook...

Many councils, including Birmingham, Leicester, Ealing and Blackburn, are happy to spend taxpayers' money on this seditious poison."

Grime, whats going on?? You didnt add 'Vote BNP' at the bottom of your message??! :lol:

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Blackburnistan, thoroughly enriched to 3rd world standards and Islamified to Caliphate status...

http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/...rror_bomb_plot/

http://www.thisislancashire.co.uk/news/147...errorist_haven/

http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/..._are_teachers_/

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4499849.stm

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/columnis...l-Religion.html

"Borrowed any good books from your local public library lately?

I'm told Women Who Deserve To Go To Hell is proving especially popular in Tower Hamlets.

It may not have been shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize, but it apparently flies off the shelves in East London.

The crazy guys at Hibt ut-Tahrir are behind Funds In The Khilafah State, which contains a handy guide for Muslims on shedding the blood and seizing the property of apostates.

That, too, has found its way into the public libraries of Tower Hamlets, where you can also lay your hands on books by Abdullah al-Faisal and Abu Hamza, aka Captain Hook...

Many councils, including Birmingham, Leicester, Ealing and Blackburn, are happy to spend taxpayers' money on this seditious poison."

Grime, whats going on?? You didnt add 'Vote BNP' at the bottom of your message??! :lol:

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