Polling Day arrived on 18th Sept. Doors opened at 7am - 10pm.
|A statement from Mhairi who was a polling agent at Bannockburn|
|Posted by RYAN HUNTER in Aberdeen : "I was at the polling station from 7am until the polling station staff left. At 10pm a van turned up and removed signs and the individual polling desks within the polling stations. There was a bus with the driver and 3 or 4 people wearing high visibility vests. The polling station staff boarded the bus. As they were doing so I took a pic" Location : Danestone congregational church, Aberdeen (Fairview street) First Bus : September 18, 2014 10:14:07PM|
|No Yes Votes, really?|
|Marc Pat makes a statement about Vote Rigging|
|Statement from Joyce Armour - who was a polling assistant!|
|Its not possible to pour papers out & for them to come out into a neat bundle like this|
|Fife - How can they come out boxes with elastic bands already on?|
|This was posted in Aug on BT facebook - HOW would they have known 65% of postal votes are no? The postal votes weren't opened until 18th along with rest?|
Ruth Davidson admits Better Together were sampling postal votes
|Yes papers on the No Table???|
|They declared 130,000 + in West Lothian yes? so while we wondering what happened to all the votes in Glasgow and Dundee, West Lothian gained an extra 11,000 from ... somewhere!|
Both Dundee and Glasgow may have voted yes but the figures did not match expectations. Nor did the vote turnout. There is no way this vote was rigged by clerks miscounting, spoiling papers etc. That is not how vote rigging is done.
A Statement from Theresa MacGillivray "My London based neighbours, who use their Scottish house for Christmas Easter, weekends and part of the summer, (some members of which own property in London and haven't lived here for years) voted by post, using their Scottish "holiday" home as their address"
A statement from Sharon McDonald : "I would like to offer the following observation. I was an enumerator at the referendum vote count on behalf of Renfrewshire Council. The Returning Officer was David Martin, Chief Executive of Renfrewshire Council.
The vote counting was finished at 2.30am. What then happened appeared to be a mystery to me.
Mr. Martin and his assistants in suits seemed to be in a flap. This consisted of staring at laptops in front of those who were responsible for collating results and strong words were obviously exchanged.
As time marched on Mr. Martin paced around the hall rather nervously.
Then there was more meetings up a corridor out of view.
There was one lady with a laptop who it appeared was responsible for collating all the the votes but something wasn't going well.
She was taken away by one of Mr.Martin's assistants, out of view of the public, only to return and disconnect her laptop and leave the hall with it under her arm.
Mr.Martin still paced the floor looking uneasy talking to what looked liked aides.
As time passed from 2.30am until declaration time (4.52am) there were visible signs that those in charge weren't happy with something.
During this process there were observers watching everything that the enumerators were doing but not what was being carried out by those recording on the laptops.
From 2.30am until 4.52am the reason we were given for non declaration was to wait for a TV slot....
I would like my friends to share this to see if there's any similar experiences, thanks"
|Quote: 'These boxes were driven in cars by people on their own. These people were those who also had access to spare tags. We are not insinuating that anyone of these three people would have tampered with the boxes but if this is the system country wide we have a major problem'.|
Independence Climber "Last night we challenged the presiding officer regarding the transporting of ballot boxes in single manned cars. Our ballot box was not an issue as it went straight from the hall into the van with the guys to take it to be counted. They had to wait until three personal cars arrived with boxes from other areas. These boxes were driven in cars by people on their own. These people were those who also had access to spare tags. We are not insinuating that anyone of these three people would have tampered with the boxes but if this is the system country wide we have a major problem. When asked what the rules were, she replied, "I do not have that level of information. You will need to wait until tomorrow. It doesn't matter now anyway. It is too late." Naturally we were shocked at her attitude and also her lack of understanding of the legal process. We wrote out a statement. Apologies. It was dark. She also made some corrections. I witnessed all three vehicles but the group of us only witnessed two. Hence we only refer to two. The process was the same for the third. I heard her ask the female in one vehicle, "Are you alone?" To which the person replied, " No, someone followed me but they've gone now." We saw her arrive without escort. The second driver was not asked the question despite also being alone. Why ask if it is not protocol? Someone her is lying or not doing things correctly. Not happy at all. Not sour grapes. Just facts. Made us all feel sick last night."
Just remember - we have oil. Westminster needs Scotland - Scotland is too big an asset therefore for them to simply let go & will do everything under the sun to make sure we cant leave.
And now this! Can there really be an explanation for this? Other than whats staring us right in the face! Scotland have been well and truly SCAMMED!