The turnout figure was given at near 60%.
In fact it was around 40%.
(Dublin was said to be busy, but Dublin Central had a mere 40% turn out, and Dublin South 53%, confirmed by Presiding Officers in individual polling stations prior to the count. More locally confirmed figures expected tomorrow.)
Another 50% of votes were added during the count to the YES totals, doubling their number.
In the film above, it is clear that no attempt was made to hide the total lack of security surrounding the ballot boxes. The lids are open. Boxes are being carried in and out willy-nilly.
You would have thought that if you had decided to fix an election, you would at least hide the evidence. But these EU fraudsters don’t even care.
The turnout was reported before the count at being about 50% across 43 counties. See HERE in the Irish Times. This is the same article reporting the Fine Gael poll at 60% to YES, when the same poll was originally reported on the Irish Times website at 52% to 48%, and later altered to match RTE news bulletins of 60 to 40%.
Taking the turnout figures alone, this tends to confirm that turnout figures grew substantially after the polls were closed, as suspected, and that the real vote was close. Fine Gael are a YES-0supporting political party. So even the 52/48 split might have been wrongly reported in YES’ favour, and a higher turnout figure given, as on the ground reports indicate a lower poll still.
All the evidence points to chicanery and rigging.
See earlier post Irish Police Threaten Referendum Monitors To Back Off.
From daniel 1979 blog
Under Irish law, ballot boxes are required to be delivered by members of the Gardai to the polling stations at 7:00 am on the date the election takes place.
This legal requirement applies to ALL polling in Ireland, whether elections or referendums.
On this occasion, however, the ballot boxes were delivered to the private residences of the polling/Returning Officers, 48 hours prior to the Referendum.
A number of honest Returning Officers formally objected to this BREACH OF PROCEDURE, and to the concomitant prospective breach of security, let alone of the electoral legislation.
We understand that such objections were officially dismissed out of hand on the spurious and diversionary grounds that the ballot boxes possessed no commercial value, so it would be in nobody’s commercial interest to steal them.
The central issue – that since the Irish ballot boxes were delivered 48 hours early they could be ‘stuffed’ with YES votes by returning officers, as routinely happens in places like the former Soviet Republic of Georgia – was of course not addressed.
The Irish voters were given pencils to make their mark on the ballot, even though all Irish electoral ballots are supposed to be filled with black pen.
Almost nobody was asked for any form of ID or information at the polling stations.
The ballot boxes were left unattended and moved about by many people without question.
At least one box in Cork was removed from the count centre by an unknown individual as shown in the attached picture and video link.
Many foreign nationals and others who were not legally entitled to vote voted in this Referendum. Irish Times article “Gardai to investigate suspected vote fraud”, shows seven voters registered to an empty house.
It follows that, given that the local electoral law was flouted, THE OUTCOME OF THE IRISH REFERENDUM IS FRAUDULENT AND MUST IMMEDIATELY BE DECLARED NULL AND VOID.
UPDATE – See more detailed figures of turnout HERE