In 2014 the Electoral Commission issued a report on electoral fraud. The following comments are of vital importance:
This was repeated in 2015.
UKIP noted in the 2015 General Election and in 2015 during the Oldham by-election that certain communities appear to be undertaking considerable electoral fraud. Postal voting is at the very centre of this. The muslim (predominantly people from within the former Pakistan and Bangladeshi communities) community appears to be at the centre of it. UKIP people have seen Imams walk in to Oldham Council with a huge box of postal votes. We have been told that within the communities such as Oldham and Bradford Imams tell people in the community to simply sign the postal votes and drop then off so that the Imam can decide who will be voted for.
The Labour party and its candidates debase themselves beyond all recognition to satisfy this group of people. Imagine, the left who venerate equality above all else agreeing to go to meetings where women and men are segregated? I would never have ever expected a Labour candidate to agree to such a meeting, but they seem to fall all over themselves desperate to agree to such disgusting scenes were women and men are segregated, because in islam women are second rate and cannot be allowed any form of equality.
What's worse, is that they kept on doing it. It happened in the May 2015 General Election and happened again in the by-election. But they do it because they know that they will get votes out of debasing themselves in attending such meetings. No other party would ever agree to attend a meeting in which women were required to sit elsewhere. It is vile, but Labour knows that if they objected, the Imams would consider filling out the forms for someone else to win - Labour cannot afford to lose those votes, so debase themselves.
We know that this goes on. We know that the vote rigging goes on. Another report was issued on 12 August 2016, this time by Sir Eric Pickles, the former local communities minister. The following are excerpts from his report.
Postal Votes, Paragraph 71:
"Abuses of postal voting on demand were noted too often be carried out in communities where an individual’s right to vote in secret and exercise free choice may not be fully valued. Evidence was presented of pressure being put on vulnerable members of some ethnic minority communities, particularly women and young people, to vote according to
the will of the elders, especially in communities of Pakistani and Bangladeshi background. There were concerns that influence and intimidation within households may not be reported, and that state institutions had turned a blind eye to such behaviour because of ‘politically correct’ over-sensitivities about ethnicity and religion."
Para 108 Recommendations
"The review considered evidence of voters in Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities reporting concerns that the secrecy of the ballot was undermined by party activists’ knowledge about their choice to vote by post. The electoral roll holds details of all registered electors, including details of whether they have requested a postal vote. It
was suggested that some political parties were overstepping their remit in collecting and recording information on whether voters had chosen to vote by post. Elected representatives, candidates, registered political parties and local constituency parties may request that the Electoral Registration Officers provide copies from the electoral roll
of the absent voting records and lists used in elections. They are only permitted to use the information for research or electoral purposes and for any purposes compatible with the restrictions applicable to the full use of the electoral register by that recipient"
"This obviously has resonance in communities which are not fully integrated or for individuals who are vulnerable. Research undertaken on behalf of the Electoral Commission in January 2015 within Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities in Britain revealed a lack of understanding of the voting process and how electoral fraud could be
committed. This was allied in some communities to a concept of ‘kinship’ which meant that individuals felt obliged to operate as part of a collective community and not have individual choices. This can be exacerbated where there is a feeling that only by acting in concert will a community get its voice heard."
Once again we see the police and people in power are afraid of tackling illegality in this community because the far left (and a lot of Labour) ill scream "Wacist" if ever anyone from the muslim community is criticised. We saw with Rotherham, 1,400 children were knowingly raped and abused by people from this community because social workers were too frightened of being called racist. We know this because when a follow up report was undertaken[2A], the authors found that the first report was simply ignored as being wrong, despite that it was crystal clear that it was not. Social workers just carried on letting young girls and boys being raped by people from these communities. These people know they can get away with rape and abuse because so few police and social workers dare face up tot he ultra hard left screeching "racist" at anyone who dares to criticise someone from these communities.
The original report says this:
"By far the majority of perpetrators were described as 'Asian' by victims, yet throughout the entire period, councillors did not engage directly with the Pakistani-heritage community to discuss how best they could jointly address the issue. Some councillors seemed to think it was a one-off problem, which they hoped would go away. Several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so."
"Frontline staff did not report personal experience of attempts to influence their practice or decision making because of ethnic issues. Those who had involvement in CSE were acutely aware of these issues and recalled a general nervousness in the earlier years about discussing them, for fear of being thought racist."
"Several councillors interviewed believed that by opening up these issues they could be 'giving oxygen' to racist perspectives that might in turn attract extremist political groups and threaten community cohesion. To some extent this concern was valid, with the apparent targeting of the town by groups such as the English Defence League. The Deputy Council Leader (2011-2014) from the Pakistani-heritage community was clear that he had not understood the scale of the CSE problem in Rotherham until 2013. He then disagreed with colleague elected members on the way to approach it. He had advocated taking the issue 'head on' but had been overruled. He was one of the elected members who said they thought the criminal convictions in 2010 were 'a one-off, isolated case', and not an example of a more deep-rooted problem of Pakistani-heritage perpetrators targeting young white girls. This was at best naïve, and at worst ignoring a politically inconvenient truth."
"Agencies should acknowledge the suspected model of localised grooming of young white girls by men of Pakistani heritage, instead of being inhibited by the fear of affecting community relations. People must be able to raise concerns without fear of being labelled racist. Offenders’ communities should do more to report and tackle the issue. Outreach work towards them is essential. Multi-agency Safeguarding Hubs should be set up, linked to the Crown Prosecution Service."
Case after case of electoral fraud is reported. Look at the case of Erlam v Mohammed Lutfur Rahman  EWHC 1215 (Comm) being the case of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Mohammed Lutfur Rahman. You can download the decision HERE. This man thought that electoral law did not matter. He could do what he wanted. He is not the only one. he was banned form holding political office. He bankrupted himself to get out of paying court costs in January 2016. No doubt there will lots of dodgy transfers of assets before the bankruptcy.
We see time and time again that electoral fraud goes on. We see time after time that it is the same people, feeling secure behind the ultra hard left who will not allow a muslin to be criticised because to do so must automatically be "racist" which is total bullsh!t. Social workers would rather children, young, broken and vulnerable boys and girls, be raped and abused because they were/are more frightened of being called a racist than providing the protection these children need.
It is time that someone took a stand. Professor Alexis was criticised inside Rotherham Council, with social workers saying she was wrong. They ignored the report, suggesting they will continue allowing the muslim community to carry on with their qur'an backed paedophilia.
We have known about electoral fraud for a long time. Every report cites the same towns and the same communities. What do we see as a response? Labour crawling on their knees begging the Imams to use the postal votes to benefit them. I hope that in 2020 the people of England see what has been happening and kick out the hard left and bring to Parliament people who are not frightened of confronting this head on. We should tackle these blights on our democracy. We should stand up to these communities. We should vote UKIP.
 "Electoral Fraud in the UK Final Report" Electoral Commission January 2014
 August 2016 UK Government Sir Eric Pickles: "Securing the ballot: Report of Sir Eric Pickles’ review into electoral fraud"
2A Parliament, February 2015 by Louise Casey CB "Report of Inspection of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council"
 Jay Alexis August 2014 Rotherham Council "Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham 1997 - 2013"
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