by Tapestry January 13th, 2011 at 20:18
comment I left on politicalbetting. Mike Smithson was looking at how significant a win might be for Labour and Miliband’s leadership. Yet he failed to mention the strong evidence of poll rigging in recent byelections such as took place at Glenrothes, where the Register actually disappeared, before reappearing six months later with all the names deleted. The best way to forecast an election result is to imagine what result The Order would most like to see, as that is the one that has the biggest chance of occurring.
The BNP are the only party that opposes Britain’s involvement in The War On Terror, and so will inevitably never be allowed to prosper at the ballot box. Labour will win with a stronger showing than expected by the Lib Dems. UKIP will put in a useful performance, but not enough to scare the horses at Number 10 Downing Street, where Cameron has been a very good NWO/EU boy of late. There is no way the feelings of voters will be reflected in the outcome.
It looks as if they’re going to be up to their usual tricks…..(from comment by Andy JS on political betting)
Apart from the exclusion of the BNP, this byelection is crucial for the coalition, as it must show Conservatives and Lib Dems that by working together they stand a chance, but by standing apart from each other they will lose. The seat had to be rigged to get the practice of cooperation established, or if the coalition were to fail, the next stop will be for the eurosceptics to seize control. They won’t stand for that.
How did my forecast do? For the answer go to http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2011/01/this-was-my-forecast-made-last-night-no.html