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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.