*PRIVATE US COMPANY SINGULAR LOGIC CONTROLS EVERY ASPECT OF GREEK ELECTIONS
*PRIVATE UK COMPANY, ELECTORAL REFORM SERVICES, CONDUCTS POLLS AND ELECTIONS FOR TRADE UNIONS, POLITICAL PARTIES AND COMPANIES
Greece’s opposite party New Democracy has decided to call off the leadership election due to take place on Sunday as IT technical problems prevented conservative voters from casting their ballots in the morning.
Was the IT system able to rig the vote? Did the controlled opposition leadership of New Demcrocracy begin to worry someone had taken a look at the IT system? Were they afraid of a genuinely free vote?
A private US company Singular Logic, controlled ultimately by KKR and its head, former CIA director David Petraeus, conducts Greek national elections.
I have heard Singular Logic gives free mobile phones to election officials around Greece to send them the results.
What checks are there in place to ensure that Singular Logic is reporting election results in Greece accurately? Who is checking Singular Logic?
If IT systems can rigged, they can be rigged elsewhere.
A rigged IT system could explain why Bavarian Premier Horst Seehofer, who has shown such catastrophic passivity in the face of an orchestrated migrant crisis, was re elected last night with 87 % of the vote. Stalin probably got fewer votes.
Interestingly, a private UK company, the Electoral Reform Services Limited (ERS, formerly Electoral Reform Ballot Services), was established in 1988 to provide a balloting and polling service to organisations conducting elections and polls.
“The service is widely used by trade unions, political parties, building societies and companies when balloting their members or shareholders in ways defined by the law and their internal management. In many cases these organisations are forbidden from conducting their ballots internally in an attempt to ensure that the ballots are conducted impartially,” says Wikipedia.
Electoral Reform Society, a shareholder in the ERS, campaigns for proportional representation.
Germany is turning into a case study on disastrously undemocratic nature of proportional representation.
Jonanathan Porrit, who said in 2009 that the population of the UK must fall to 30 million, is a member of its advisory committee.