Thursday, November 8, 2012

UPDATE - The Mystery Vote of 2012 - Who is Really President of the United States???


It’s Election Day post 48 hours and at this point Mitt Romney has received approximately 58 million votes, Barack Obama picked up approximately 61 million votes. As you can see there is now a three million vote spread between two opposing philosophies. That’s not very much is it, when so much is at stake? It’s now the difference between capitalism and socialism, good and evil, right and wrong, law-abiding and lawlessness. That’s why I’m passing on my thoughts on this election and its unusual similarity with the very mysterious 2010 California mid-term election.  
Keep this in mind that voting experts have proclaimed that the Republican vote in Tuesday’s election was 3 to 4 million votes shy of the turnout for John McCain in 2008. Now, that’s interesting isn’t it since this election was far more important to Republicans than Democrats which also saw an even greater drop in participation by 8 million votes.
In my article posted on my blog on November 6th 2010 “Something Stinks to High Heaven in California and it’s not the Pot – Is There Voter Fraud in California?” I discovered an interesting trend.
After going through this week’s 2012 national Presidential election results I discovered an almost exact phenomenon had occurred in the 2010 California mid-term election. See below my 2010 observation. It’s hauntingly like Tuesday’s results. 

"If every person in California that voted for Republican John McCain for President in 2008 voted straight ticket Republican on November 2, 2010 (midterm elections) every Republican would have won by 1,000,000 votes. Meg Whitman would be Governor, not Jerry Brown. Carly Fioreno would be Senator, not Barbara Boxer. What Happened in California?"

Now, if you take the 4 to 5 million Republican voters who for some mysterious reason disappeared and add them back Mitt Romney would be President-elect. And in 2010 you found the 2 million Republican voters that vanished from the California landscape, Meg Whitman would be the Governor of California.
As you can see in both races, when there is a sizable decline in Democrat turnout for their candidates, mysteriously Republican voters and their votes disappear. When technically there should be more of them, because of added enthusiasm which no one can deny was the highest seen in decades?
Of course there’s voter fraud in many elections but this seems to be a manipulation of voting on a grand scale that would put any corrupt Chicago precinct boss to shame. There is no doubt that the Democrat controlled City States of New York, Chicago, Boston, L.A., San Francisco, Philadelphia, Baltimore, D.C., St. Louis and Detroit have honed their skills to perfection but this, this is so disturbing one has to think there is a much greater force at work.
With the pressures of Internationalism, Globalism, One World Order proponents using the United Nations as their legitimacy our political parties may all be in on the fix. And the fix is to overwhelm our electoral process with their agenda to overrun our political system, legal system, borders, natural resources and military, all for the purpose of leveling the playing field.
You can call this a conspiracy if you want. I frankly don’t care. The things that are now going on in our country are not American; they are foreign to these shores.  No one can deny that our once trusted U.S. media that now marches in lockstep with global news agencies and all global governing bodies is complicit in this grand scheme to socialize and redistribute our wealth to third world countries while relinquishing our national sovereignty to higher global governance.
Yes, our elections are fixed; it’s as plain as the nose on your face and your ever devaluing dollar. – N.P.Contompasis  
UPDATE – 11/9/12 8:00 A.M. P.S.T.
I posted this article on my blog a year ago that hit the news on a Sunday morning and it was gone within 24 hours. After Tuesday’s Presidential election you can see why.
From Fox News –

Voter Machine Hacking is Now as Easy as Pie - Did You Wonder Why Some Liberal Democrats Were Elected in the Last Election? - Here's Why!

Researchers Hack Voting Machine for $26

By Matt Liebowitz

Published September 30, 2011 
Campaigning for the 2012 presidential race has already begun, but what the candidates don't know is that come election day, hackers could be the ones whose votes have the biggest impact.
Researchers from the Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois have developed a hack that, for about $26 and an 8th-grade science education, can remotely manipulate the electronic voting machines used by millions of voters all across the U.S.
The researchers, Salon reported, performed their proof-of-concept hack on a Diebold Accuvote TS electronic voting machine, a type of touchscreen Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting system that is widely used for government elections.
(Diebold's voting-machine business is now owned by the Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems, whose e-voting machines are used in about 22 states.)
In a video, Roger Johnston and Jon Warner from Argonne National Laboratory's Vulnerability Assessment Team demonstrate three different ways an attacker could tamper with, and remotely take full control, of the e-voting machine simply by attaching what they call a piece of "alien electronics" into the machine's circuit board.
The electronic hacking tool consists of a $1.29 microprocessor and a circuit board that costs about $8. Together with the $15 remote control, which enabled the researchers to modify votes from up to a half-mile away, the whole hack runs about $26.
Two of the takeovers show the researchers controlling the buttons on the keypad despite what the "real" voter enters. But in what Warner called "probably the most relevant attack for vote tampering," the researchers were able to blank the e-voting machine's screen for a split-second after the "vote now" button was pressed. While the screen went dark, they remotely entered their own numbers into the DRE's keypad.
Johnston explained in the video: "When the voter hits the 'vote now' button to register his votes, we can blank the screen and then go back and vote differently and the voter will be unaware that this has happened."
Johnston and Warner say that the ease with which this type of remote hack could be deployed highlights the need for e-voting machines to be designed better, with not just cybersecurity, but physical security in mind.
"Spend an extra four bucks and get a better lock," Johnston said. "You don't have to have state-of-the-art security, but you can do some things were it takes at least a little bit of skill to get in."
Today's Breaking News of the remote hackable voting machines are built by the company Premier Elections Solutions which collect the vote for 28 million voters in 1,400 jurisdictions in 33 states. That's 22% of the national vote overall but for many states like Ca., N.J., N.Y., N.H., Nv., Ne., Mo., Il., Oh., Md., Vi. and 22 others it's 100% of the vote


UPDATE - 11/9/12


If you think this can't be done on a large scale watch this video - It makes no difference when this testimony was taken the fact is, IT CAN BE DONE. - N.P.Contompasis

1 comment:

army.wife.23 said...

Lol. Your conspiracy theory stuff is kind of funny. Maybe Republicans didn't win because they are a hateful, judging people. Isn't judgement for God? Not for man! And the democrats figured that their views and "beliefs" are not the beliefs of everyone. Its funny how this country is supposed to have freedom of religion. Heck, the reson white people came to America was supposedly to escape religious and political opression. Yet "christians" are the only one with real freedom to do and say whatever they want. Even if it is offensive. Yet someone insults your intolerant religion and you cry, "what about my freedom?" Lol. Tell me why your religion is so great when it has included the murder and enslavement of more peaceful religions. Its funny. Christians say let go and let God handle each situation. Yet when something doesn't go your way, instead of admitting it may be gods will you complain. Its satan. What if its god saying "shut up down there, I'm in charge and ill handle it. Quit whining, I take care of you." But no, people think its their duty to play god and say what's right and what's wrong. Maybe the election wasn't rigged. Its not a conspiracy. There are just more people with common sense voting now
. Who wants to throw themselves to the wolves and accept the next George Bush into office. I don't, we are just getting out of war and getting things cleaned up. Drop it, if you believe in god belie e he has it under control and stop crying "injustice!"