’Independent’ reporter Jerome Taylor gets Â a dose of Islam 101 when he tries to investigate voter fraud in Tower Hamlets, which is ruled by the Muselmafia:Â Click to continueÂ (Vlad Tepes)
There seems to be a problem with corrupt officials, somehow.
A whiff of Dearbornistan:
Â Â£120,000-a-year monitoring officer Islambella Freeman accused of failing to “face up to reality” and accept voter fraud
A senior official at Tower Hamlets has rejected allegations of postal vote fraud â€” claiming Muslim voters simply forgot how they signed registration forms.Â Â Isabella Freeman,Â borough legal chief, spoke in a bid to explain a spike in rejected ballots following a by-election. The Met has launched an investigation into claims of voter fraud.
Police outside a Tower Hamlets polling station called reinforcements today after a candidate allegedÂ that he had been threatened by activists from rival parties.
Update from the Gates of Vienna:
“Multicultural Britain is quite literally a madhouse.”
If you import the Third World, you become the Third World, as the saying goes.
Which is precisely what has happened to Britain. TheEvening StandardÂ reportsÂ that police officers are to be stationed at every polling station in Tower Hamlets after the London Met launched an official investigation into allegations of electoral fraud.
This is something fairly new. The British have usually been able to manage without a police presence at polling stations, but not anymore. Along with massive postal vote fraud comes intimidation, courtesy of Islam â€” which does not of course place too much emphasis on democracy and man-made laws.
TheÂ Evening StandardÂ stated the following:
The Met said it would investigate claims the poll in theÂ Banglatown and Spitalfields wardÂ had been rigged â€” giving victory to Gulam Robbani, an independent candidate backed by the borough’s mayor Lutfur Rahman. He won by just 43 votes… one-in-seven of the postal votes cast in the by-election was rejected.
The one thing that stands out here (apart from Muslim vote-rigging) is the reference to the Banglatown and Spitalfields ward. When occupying armies take control of enemy territory, it is customary to rename the conquered territory. I must be honest, I had no idea there was a Banglatown ward. When this was re-named, and is it not a tad sinister that parts of London are being colonised and their ancient names consigned to the dustbin of British history?