Pre-election polling was carefully managed to overestimate threat from Labour

The pre-election polling was carefully managed to overestimate the threat from Labour, and disguise the Lib Dem collapse.   Peoples’ minds were cleverly focused onto the possibility of tax rises, price rises and greater national debt from middle class-hating left-wingers in the labour Party.  That in turn ensured voters thought first with their wallets – about money and the fear of not having enough of it, consigning social issues like freedom, immigration, the environment and foreign wars down the scale of priorities.

Assuming minimal input from postal voting (which I would still look at incidentally as a way that elections are fixed, especially in target seats), the strategy of putting Ed Miliband as Labour leader, in favour of his far more electable brother David, and creating the party as an electoral bogeyman, has apparently worked.  Support for the Conservatives has held.

TPTB want Cameron kept in place, as they did Blair.  He, like Blair before him, sends Britain’s armed forces in support of NATO and the US wars whenever requested.  That’s why they want him as PM.  That’s why they manipulate the media and everything else at their disposal to keep him there, sending opposition parties into oblivion (as they did the Conservatives when Blair was the war-maker).

Farage made a few anti-war noises.  (He supported fracking, which was an electoral and intellectual mistake).  But fracking-support wasn’t enough to get the real election controllers to accept his entry into Westminster politics.  The system has pulled out all the stops to block him – apparently successfully.  The real agendas of war, world domination, depopulation and control of humanity by unseen, powerful forces decide the outcomes of elections, not voters.  Voters are simply and cleverly manipulated to bring the required result – by all means, fair, foul and worse (Assassination of Robin Cook, John Smith for instance).

Ed Milband will be rewarded with the traditional free ride in the EU presumably, like Neil Kinnock was, for keeping the desired leader in power by acting out the role of no-hoper.  The wars can go on.  Millions will die, and the English Middle Class will survive a few more years, harassed by growing state power, taxation, Islamisation and mass immigration.  They won’t stop and vote to change course with Nigel Farage, as they fear the left, and losing their possessions more than all of the above.  The tragedy is that they will lose all those anyway once the system comes round to take them.  Fracking will be deployed to gas people living and working in country areas until they move out.  Private property will be taken in one form or another.  We will be finished, and the chances we were offered to slow the assault were spurned.

The good thing to see is the greater size of the UKIP and Green votes showing more people awakening by degrees.  The earth and humanity needs more though.  We have to look beyond conventional politics, and work as foot soldiers.  Getting more people to see what we are faced with if we can is just one thing we can do.   There is a massive job to do.

One assumes the count is being done correctly, but things like faulty fire alarms and exploding police cars should be watched out for –


Lummie. A police car has caught fire outside the count in Hinckley:

COMMENT on Politicalbetting –

John Curtice and his exit poll looked nervous about his projections but that exit poll is not far out at all and what does this outcome say about Peter Kellner and YouGov,Lord Ashcroft and the rest,who have turned out to be offering snake-oil? Heads must surely roll.

SHROPSHIRE NORTH – UKIP surges as in many other seats across the country, but not winning many seats.  The interesting thing is the collapse in Lib Dem vote and the stability of the other parties.

Candidates for 2015:

  • OWEN PATERSON (Conservative) 27,031
  • Andrea Christabel Allen (Ukip) 9,262
  • Graeme Roger Currie (Labour) 10,547
  • Duncan Kerr (Green Party) 2,575
  • Tom Thornhill (Liberal Democrats) 3,148
  • Turnout 66.84 per cent

Results from 2010:

  • OWEN PATERSON (Con) 26,692
  • Ian Croll (Lib Dem) 10,864
  • Ian McLaughlan (Lab) 9,406
  • Sandra List (Ukip) 2,432
  • Phil Reddall (BNP) 1,667
  • Steve Boulding (Green) 808
  • Conservative majority 15,828
  • Turnout 65.7 per cent

21 Responses to “Pre-election polling was carefully managed to overestimate threat from Labour”

  1. Aldous says:

    “The real agendas of war, world domination, depopulation and control of humanity by unseen, powerful forces decide the outcomes of elections, not voters. Voters are simply and cleverly manipulated to bring the required result – by all means, fair, foul and worse (Assassination of Robin Cook, John Smith for instance).”

    Surely this is more than enough reason not to participate in this periodic 5 year charade? ZOG Parliamentary Democracy(sic) is an absolute sham and should be avoided and rejected like the plague that it is.

    VOTING IS CONSENT to it and ENDORSEMENT of it imho.

    There are several and far more effective means to register one’s [anti-ZOG] ‘vote’ such as non-recognition of your Strawman fictional identity created at Birth Registration or refusing to buy their pulp fiction aka newspapers/jewspapers to name but two. Shunning goods and produce from the bandit and pariah state of Israel is another one. Being such a refusenik is almost better than sex. Non compliance with their sick ways and agenda wherever possible is the key. Refusing to vote in their sham elections is surely one of the easiest and cost free ways of expressing one’s disgust in it all and their shirt-lifting, bum-bandit, kiddy-fiddling, paedophilia ways?

    Meet You Strawman (5:01)

  2. andy baz says:

    How will caste iron pledge Dave wriggle out of the EU referendum now.

    • Steve says:

      His attempts at extorting any kind of fig-leaf, in terms of a sweet variation in EU membership terms for the UK, out of Herr Junker look inter-galactically remote at this point. I hope to live to see the true nastiness of this Bullingdon bully-boy totally exposed to public view.

  3. Tom says:

    Couldn’t agree more. Cameron was channelled back into power by the establishment by every means at their disposal. Miliband, Sturgeon, Clegg and even Farage were all ruthlessly used to achieve this objective. If this victory is genuine, the polls were clearly a charade, as was the media coverage of the campaign.
    But, as you say, Cameron must deliver now (surely?) and millions are waking up to who really runs the country.

  4. Aldous says:

    If the legitimacy of the result is to be believed – a BIG IF – then it surely only goes to prove that the indigenous people of Britain as a whole are not worth saving or worrying about. I used to almost lose sleep at the thought of families losing their homes or livelihoods – even their children to the demonic and secret ‘family courts’ – but are they worth it when they continue to vote for it?

    I’ve long since rejected family and former friends who insist on believing in the Holocaust-Holohoax despite all credible evidence to the contrary and persist in demonising all Muslims for what they did NOT on 9/11.

    These feeble-minded morons have a ‘shoot the messenger’ attitude to ‘inconvenient truths’, even where their own children’s lives or loved ones are at stake. Try telling them that the conventional cut/burn/poison aka surgery/radiotherapy/chemotherapy approach to cancer is just a Big Pharma scam – as Big pharma needs customers not cures – and they will ignore you and put their children on the cancer conveyor only to see them dead a few months later after undergoing deadly, pointless and painful treatment. Sad Goy b’stards the lot of them.


  5. Jennifer says:

    Cheer up, let’s look on the bright side. Karma has been visited upon Balls, Murphy, Cable, Hughes, Laws, among others.
    I did go and put a cross yesterday. A great, freakin, big one across all the names of the players. It may not count as a vote but at least it doesn’t count as indifference.
    They must know that we are not indifferent and are watching their moves.
    (Note to Aldous, spoiling your ballot paper is better than sex.)

    • Aldous says:

      Hi Jennifer, I’ve spoiled a few ballot papers in my time but it’s never felt that good. Recycling beer and wine bottles can be therapeutic though and a great release of one’s anger.

      I once witnessed a lady throwing alternative bottles from the trunk of her car into the bottle bank with serious attitude while spitting venom-like through clenched teeth: “Fcuking Democrats take that and fcuking Republicans take that etc.” Way to go I thought. Vote with your bottles.

      • Jennifer says:

        Yeah, I do that too, Aldous. Anger for the bottles, but cool, clear, thinking for the real enemy. We need strategy. Cheers!

  6. Mark says:

    Craig Murray:

    ‘They are obliged to show their completed postal ballots before sealing to community elders, often themselves Labour councillors’ (Imported Electoral Practices) and;

    ‘Postal ballots must be physically mixed in with other ballots before counting, so that it is impossible to tell if the postal ballot result differs markedly from the voting in person result. I can quite understand why they must be counted at the same time as other ballots, but physically mixed in?’ (Beware the Banana Republic Postal Ballot).

    I stand informed Craig. So, to this extent…

    and, ‘spoiling your ballot paper is better than sex’, that a line…
    yet to experience, havinever-vo-id


  7. Chris Jones says:

    Oh the wretched people of Britain – voting for Cameron and what they think is a stable, conservative hand that stands up for Britain whilst he and his party have already been hard at work selling out Britain’s sovereignity to the EU, to NATO and to global corporate fascism. It’s such a cruel deception.

    So sad also to see all the usual progressive and conservative pundits last night trying to remind everyone how amazing and important democracy whilst we know that it is an illusion of choice, especially under an absolute monarchy. Not one of them questioned democracy and suggested other choices such as republicanism. Still, maybe God has a plan!?

    • Mark says:

      ‘Still, maybe God has a plan!?’ – that’s the question. Now, if we’re talking bible God, there are passages that explicitly state, that God changed his mind in response to a new development after he’d already announced his plan to go in a certain direction eh, Chris, and YES WE WILLL WIN…Mark

      • Chris Jones says:

        Good to know that even God can change his mind! Let’s do it Mark

      • Men Scryfa says:

        For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.
        Malachi 3:6

        Even from the days of your fathers ye are gone away from mine ordinances, and have not kept them. Return unto me, and I will return unto you, saith the LORD of hosts. But ye said, Wherein shall we return?

        8Will a man rob God? Yet ye have robbed me. But ye say, Wherein have we robbed thee? In tithes and offerings. 9Ye are cursed with a curse: for ye have robbed me, even this whole nation. 10Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the LORD of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it. 11And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, and he shall not destroy the fruits of your ground; neither shall your vine cast her fruit before the time in the field, saith the LORD of hosts. 12And all nations shall call you blessed: for ye shall be a delightsome land, saith the LORD of hosts. Malachi 3:7-12

        Then they that feared the LORD spake often one to another: and the LORD hearkened, and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before him for them that feared the LORD, and that thought upon his name. 17And they shall be mine, saith the LORD of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son that serveth him. 18Then shall ye return, and discern between the righteous and the wicked, between him that serveth God and him that serveth him not. Malachi 3:16-18

        The Great Day of the Lord
        1For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven; and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the LORD of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch. 2But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall. 3And ye shall tread down the wicked; for they shall be ashes under the soles of your feet in the day that I shall do this, saith the LORD of hosts.

        4Remember ye the law of Moses my servant, which I commanded unto him in Horeb for all Israel, with the statutes and judgments.

        5Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD: 6And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse. {THE END OF THE PROPHETS.}
        Malachi 4

        Praise Be. Praise Be.

  8. Aldous says:

    Men Scryfa, copy and paste from the Holy Scriptures are a real turn off imho. Ye instead of you and spake instead of speak for example.

    Don’t get me wrong; I keep our one and true God and Creator very close but the counterfeit Khazar Mafia Jews even closer. Just don’t ever let them know what you’re thinking as it were.

    It’s strange how a Jew always knows immediately that he or she (or it in some cases) is dealing with a Jew but most Gentiles haven’t a friggin’ clue. I – me Gentile that is – know immediately when I’m dealing with a Jew. It’s virtually stamped on their fore… head to those skinhead baldies like myself with eyes that see and minds that think.

    I’m not really bald, I just don’t like hair on my head. The bald headed Jew Yul Brynner [Youl Yuliy] Borisovich Briner felt the same. I love having a short, back and shine but positively hate quotes from the Talmudic ass wipe.

  9. Julie says:

    “The pre-election polling was carefully managed to overestimate the threat from Labour”. Oh Tap, I agree with you here. And let’s not forget that 34% of the population didn’t vote for any party … that’s more people than those who voted Tory. It’s also suspect that the controllers know the turnout almost immediately for a general election, when it took me months of laborious emails to UK Gov to find the turnout for local elections.

    Freedom of speech will now be rolled in pronto as per Cameron’s UN speech saying people who say “the Jews did 9/11” are dangerous activists … highlighted by Ken O’keefe’s important video.

    We can see Israel carry on committing crimes against humanity, like the massacres in Gaza last year. Which political party in Britain condemned the slaughter of innocent men, women and children? NONE. Some other countries did. What’s the effing matter with British people, voting for more of the same slaughter, peadophilia , corruption and stealing of a Nation’s wealth by effing Jewish psychopaths and their lackeys.

    Essential video by Ken O’Keefe highlighting the Un speech by Cameron and up-date on 9/11.

  10. Julie says:

    Who monitors the voting? After all, the British Establishment is corrupt.

    “The Cook Islands chief electoral officer has headed to Glasgow to monitor voting in the United Kingdom’s general election. “. The Cook Islands? FFS.

    Wikipedia …. more detail PLEASE
    “In the 1990s, international election observation focused on elections in countries with weak democracies or democracies in transition. In recent years, however, there has been an increasing number of observer mission monitoring elections in long-standing democracies, including the United States, France, the United Kingdom and Switzerland”

  11. Chris Jones says:

    And of course VE day today, as valid as it may be, comes straight after a general election , reminding those puppet leaders what they that they are expected to carry on mass war and bloodshed if required – under the guise of security and freedom and with no recriminations. If you want to know who the real extreme ultra nationalists are, no point looking at patriotic and usually well meaning nationalist parties like SNP, Plaid Cymru and UKIP – look at the Labour party, Lib dems and Tories who have led Britain to genocidal war in Iraq, Libya etc under the name of the UK state – about as extreme nationalist as you can get

  12. Lynn says:

    We are all in the do do now. These criminals have the backing of the electorate now to cut and burn what is left . Easy pickings now, what a total collapse will look like. The savages wont stop and have the blessing of the nation. Sic.

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