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This post was edited by abramicus at 2016-5-18 11:56|
The Marcos Jr supporters are exceptionally patient and calm for the past one week, but if the darn script of a worm is not reversed, they will turn every "n" into a "?", by hand, if they have to.
The game is up. The Beast is cornered. If it keeps devouring the hard earned votes of the people, it will be shredded into a million pieces. Its "Blue Pill" cannot work its spell on an awakened people. They know whom they voted for, and they will not take an electronic NO for an answer.
PEOPLE POWER IV - VOX POPULI, VOX DEI.
On May 9, 2016, the Filipino people voted with their ballots, that have been tainted, unfortunately, after 75% of them have been counted, giving Marcos Jr a whopping one million votes lead, and then, the hash code of the server was changed, supposedly in order to correct a non-critical typographic mistake. After that, Marcos Jr was reported by the Server that swallowed the Blue Pill to be steadily losing to his rival Robredo at a mean ratio of 42 votes for Marcos for every 58 votes for Robredo, for the next 2,061,292 votes. And then, again at the same mean ratio of 42 Marcos for 58 Robredo, for the next 4,090,140 votes.
They say, that is because the sample is naturally non-random, and random variation cannot be expected from the variable of percent votes received by Marcos Jr because different regions reportedly transmitted their results at different times (not necessarily true if one looks at the data). But, if it is naturally non-random, and this non-random variable, called "relative per cent of votes received", furthermore has zero variance, then there is a term for such a variable. It is a non-random variable that is called a "constant". Constants, do not depend on any variable. They do not depend on who votes for whom, and how often. Constants are fixed, regardless of how the variables are generated or collected. Isn't that the most persuasive reason why the 75% who voted before the hash code was changed by a script to make a typographic correction believe that the outcome after that seminal event was effectively "FIXED"?
And if this fixing is not removed, would these 75% who had already declared their winning candidate not wish to vote again, not privately, with ballots that can be scripted away, but publicly, with their feet that all can count, and thus remove all doubt?