General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challenge-Put An End To Corrupt Conservative Party Vote Rigging In Cornwall

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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by Marhak » Mon Jan 17, 2011 12:47 pm

Why does it take a professor to come up with that solution? Most of us suggested that!

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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Wed Feb 09, 2011 9:54 pm

The foregoing pages contain a myriad of reasons why the Parliamentary Voting System And Constituencies Bill,
which the LibDemCon Coalition Government is attempting to ram roughshod and without proper scrutiny through
the House of Commons and House of Lords, if enacted in its current form and without fundamental revision of UK Electoral Law UK and UK Election Returning Officer powers, will not produce outcomes which will have any credibility or verifiably one person-one vote democratic foundation.

See :idea: HERE :idea: for the threat to the integrity and cohesion of Cornish Parliamentary representation and Cornish democracy represented by the above democratic defects and deficits if they remain uncorrected within or prior to implementation of either half of the Parliamentary Voting System And Constituencies Bill .



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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Sat Feb 26, 2011 12:03 am

Increasingly Gritty Amateur Fisherman, The BBC's Graham Smith -
:idea: Putting the BIG Old Wily Pearly Caviar Laden Right Royal Sturgeon Through Its Ponderous Paces... :idea:

Of course, a change of tempo and tack or three may help reel the old bugger in...

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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:33 am

The BBC Moderators appear to be fiddling with our intrepid fisherman's tackle -
Apparently censoring and now terminating interesting and informative discussion on matters
in the public interest as Smith engages :idea: Battle With The Beast :idea:.

Too many multiple property owner multiple electoral roll registering multiple voters on the BBC Board of Trustees?




For Nantucket, Montauk, Gardiner's Bay etc etc etc
hear
Looe, Mevagissey,Padstow, Penzance, PORTHLEVEN, HELFORD etc etc etc...

If the Fishing Can Be Sorted Out , so can the voting...
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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:01 pm

BBC Intrepid Investigative Reporter And Amateur Fisherman Graham Smith taking a breather...
:idea: Rod Gone Limp? :idea:

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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Fri Mar 18, 2011 8:53 pm

BBC Radio anti-Cornwall 'Investigate' 'Political' 'Reporter' Graham Smith's Rod Appears To Have
:idea: Gone Very Floppy :idea:
Perhaps it will stiffen up again soon...

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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by Stephen Richardson » Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:37 pm

When one person suffers from a delusion it is called insanity. When many people suffer from a delusion it is called religion.



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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by Marhak » Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:07 pm

I believe that the Celtic League were the first to insist that Lavery investigated this appalling abuse of Cornish democracy, and I'm not impressed with the way Smith has moved in and is trying to take the credit for it.

947 second home owners identified as being part of this electoral fraud. What about their wives and offspring of voting age? What's the real number? Should George Eustace's 60-odd majority be reinvestigated? This story is far from over.

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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:24 pm

Marhak wrote:I believe that the Celtic League were the first to insist that Lavery investigated this appalling abuse of Cornish democracy, and I'm not impressed with the way Smith has moved in and is trying to take the credit for it.
Not quite right, Marhak (a number of mutually resonating groups and individuals - including the CL - have been coming at it from different angles over a considerable period of time), but never mind.
You are right to affirm 'This story is far from over'. When the upper end of the BBC give it and its wider implications and ramifications - particularly in relation to the proposed :idea: BOGUS REFERENDUM :idea: - the UK wide news value it warrants, fur will fly. The ramifications across the UK are enormous. And will actually lead, in due course and the sooner the better, to the novel concept of 'One Person-One Vote Democracy' being introduced to that élite multiple property owner minority manipulated banana republic we know as the UK.
Smith's efforts - if somewhat ramshackle and variable in intensity and concentration - should be welcomed despite the near racist anti-Cornish rubbish he has been writing otherwise. He is the only BBClone at any BBC corporate level who has actually helped move the scandal of non-resident multiple property owner interference in democratic processes in Cornwall & Scilly up to a higher profile in the public domain and to a wider audience generating greater public awareness of these shocking facts about 'democracy' in BANANA REPUBLIC UK as a whole.

This is the flag that should be flying at Westminster until all this
BANANA REPUBLIC UK Electoral Registers and Voting FRAUD is sorted out:

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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:34 pm

BANANA REPUBLIC UK NEWS UPDATE! - :idea: HOT BANANA! :idea:
BANANA REPUBLIC UK :idea: BOGUS AV v FPTP 'Referendum' :idea: Hitting The Buffers Of Bananadom?

'Around 1,000 people who own second(
???) homes(???) in Cornwall have been taken off the Duchy's voting register after fears over undue influence on election results.Cornwall Council has confirmed that 947 people with homes(???) in the Duchy have volunteered(!?!) to come off the roll to avoid any suggestion they have voted twice (well - did they or didn't they?). It followed the local authority writing to thousands of second-home owners to remind occupants that if they voted in the Duchy as well as elsewhere they would be breaking the law. Critics have said it is a "scandal" if holiday home owners who spend a fraction of their time in the region are voting in general elections in Cornwall.

Around 5 per cent of properties in Cornwall are thought to be second homes.(
more actually)

Officials say they do not know if any of the part-time residents now off the list used their vote in Cornwall at last year's general election.(Really? WHY NOT?)

Fears that holiday-home owners might be able to influence the outcome in closely contested elections has led to calls for the Government to legislate against the problem. But with ministers indicating that existing powers are sufficient, council officers have been asked to draw up a policy whereby holiday home owners would not be automatically placed on the electoral register.

Alex Folkes, a Liberal Democrat councillor and vice-chair of Cornwall Council's electoral review panel, said that while electoral officials are doing an "excellent job", they are struggling to interpret the law. It means Cornwall Council will have to "lead the way nationally". He said: "The 'one-person, one-vote' voting system is fundamental to our democracy. The next step is to look for a robust policy that falls within the Electoral Commission guidelines."

Dan Rogerson, Lib Dem MP for North Cornwall, said: "We are starting to see something happening, but it is nowhere near enough. One thousand is a small number given that organisations like Halifax say there is something like one-in-ten second homeowners in parts of Cornwall.'


NOTE:The absence of Conservatives leaping to the defence of the principle of 'One Person-One Vote'.
NOTE:The extent to which the Liberal Democrats have got themselves mixed up in a right old


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:idea:Camerum Banana Davetatorship Cleggnog :idea: Image
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Nicholas The Unrequited turns over to face the wall for the rest of his solitary dark night,
pondering upon that 'miserable little compromise' AV PR/FPTP Hybrid token gesture and
dreaming of how things might have been while waiting for the dawn of yet another
demoralising day of menial handmaiden household chores...
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Re: General Election Cornwall 2010–The Kevin Lavery Challeng

Post by TeamKernow » Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:20 pm

:idea: TORIES AT IT AGAIN :idea:

NOTE VERY WELL:

Cornwall Council is the ONLY local Government body in the entire UK
to have conducted the close electoral roll scrutiny and cleanup operation described
:idea: HERE :idea:

:idea: 1,000 Gone With More To Go Yet :idea:

Q:What are the chances of a properly scrutinised GENUINE AND GUARANTEED
'One Person-One Vote' UK-wide AV v FPTP 'Referendum' by May 5th 2011?
A: ZERO.

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