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WITHOUT EXIT POLLS, WHO IS TO KEEP THE VOTE COUNTERS HONEST??? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-9-19 10:10:28 |Display all floors
Can you believe this?  This mother of all elections, of all referendums, does not have a single exit poll in any of its voting stations.  Which means, there is no way to confirm if the counters of the votes are honest or not.  Of course, as persons, they may be honest, but if their machines and computers were rigged to undercount the YES and overcount the NO votes, nobody but nobody, not even the counters themselves, would know!

If the NO votes win, we can all have a big laugh.

This is the so-called "FULL DEMOCRACY" of the U.K. renown.

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Post time 2014-9-19 10:15:45 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-19 10:17

Oh, by the way, there is ONE self-styled "exit poll" consisting of those previously polled by YouGov before the vote, who were asked after the vote what they voted for.  We might as well term this the "Excuse Poll".  Calling people who may have gone to different polling stations, or entered it at different times, what they voted for, does not represent the ACTUAL VOTERS IN REAL TIME.  Well, they sure can represent the voters in their own SANITIZED UNREAL TIME!

Three Cheers for the British Empire . . . nobody will ever know what the Scottish people really voted for . . . Hurrah, Scotland is UNFREED once more!!!

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Post time 2014-9-19 10:32:59 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-19 10:49

Smart money knows what the outcome will be.  The fact that it was betting on the British Pound overnight, suggests it knows what the outcome will be, before the votes are even counted.  Now, in finance, it is called Insider Trading, though in politics, it seriously raises the "possibility" that the final counts may be rigged.

But, aren't they afraid of a recount?

Not at all, because the Chief Counter has DECREED, not by popular will, but by her authority, that regardless of the outcome, there SHALL BE NO RECOUNT, no matter how slim the winning margin is.

Now think, does the people of Scotland benefit from the lack of a recount if indeed there are grounds for suspecting an error, if not actual foul play?  No.  So, is this election then truly free and fair?

A RECOUNT IS A RIGHT OF THE VOTERS TO ENSURE THE HONESTY AND ACCURACY OF THE COUNT, AND IS AN INDISPENSABLE PART OF ANY FREE AND FAIR ELECTION ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, ABSENT WHICH THE PEOPLE OF SCOTLAND HAVE THE INALIENABLE RIGHT TO REJECT THE RESULTS OF A VOTE THAT CANNOT BE VERIFIED.


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Post time 2014-9-19 11:15:51 |Display all floors
IF NO RECOUNT, THEN RE-VOTE!!!

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Post time 2014-9-19 13:10:07 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-19 13:15

WELCOME TO THE DAWN OF ANOTHER LONG DARK NIGHT . . .

Abbey Craig was a lonely place come dawn of September 18, 2014, which would have been the day of a symbolic Battle of Stirling Bridge, as the present day Guardian of the Scottish Kingdom, heir to the post of Wallace, was nowhere to be found.  In fact, many did not know where he went, until he surfaced at Aberdeen to cast his vote in his hometown.  Having done that, he did not return to where the army of Freedom was waiting for his presence -- instead, he told the press, that whatever the result of the vote, implying irregardless of its fairness or accuracy, 99% of the people of Scotland would be happy -- and from that moment on, we knew, we lost our leader and the millennial battle to the Dark Side.

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Post time 2014-9-19 15:43:39 |Display all floors
the scots said no, wake up and smell the coffee abramicus.

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Post time 2014-9-19 16:31:40 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-19 16:36

Referendum Results Are 122 Standard Deviations Away From Polls Conducted Just Before the Vote (i.e., akin to "Entry Poll" as opposed to "Exit Poll") - and Suggests "Divine Intervention".

The results are not credible to a thinking, rational person.  Remember what all the 5 polls said just before the election?  48% Yes and 52% No.  Now look at the actual reported result of 44.7% Yes and 55.3% No.

The polls therefore predicted a 4% gap between the Yes and No votes.

The actual referendum produced an 10.6% gap between the Yes and No votes.

Total votes counted was 3,623,344 votes.  The difference between 10.6% and 4% is 6.4%.  Granted that there would be double counting if one were to move from one side to the other, the actual difference is only half of 6.4%, i.e., 3.2%.

The standard error for the referendum is 0.00026, or 0.026%.  The difference between the poll estimates and the actual referendum results is 122 standard deviations.  This discrepancy cannot be due to chance, and since they are supposed to measure the same event, one just before the vote, and the other during the vote, less than 18 hours apart, it is unlikely to be due to change of voter's intention.  If it is not due to chance or to voter's decision, then it is probably due to external factors that altered the outcome.  What those external factors may be, you can guess, probably accurately as there aren't too many one can think of.  

122 Standard Deviations from the Polls is STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF CONFIDENCE ANYONE CAN DEMAND.

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