Are De Friday newspapers colluding to give the impression of a secure referendum vote?

Maranatha

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Have you seen the common theme on the cover pages of all of the Irish newspapers featured on broadsheet.ie this morning? De Friday Papers | Broadsheet.ie

What message do they collectively convey? Answer: Don’t worry! Today's vote will be safe and secure.

These photos were clearly taken in one photo-shoot. Oh the imagery! A woman helping the garda (the blue shirt) to carry a voting box to a polling station down a winding road (why not drive the car folks?) with "wait-for-it" a cross in the background! Then the respective headlines from the slimey “blue shirt” leadership. “End the legacy of shame” rattles our openly homosexual prime minister. That’s just priceless. Tanaiste Coveney preaches “Ireland is Frozen in Time without a Yes Vote”. Really Simon? What is truly chilling is your very recent overnight conversion to chief abortion bloodhound.

I was accused of being a paranoid conspiracy theorist yesterday. Today I’m an avowed conspiracy realist. :cool:

My OP entitled “Will Irish Government go so far as to rig the referendum result” detailing my concerns of a secure referendum vote was zoo’d last night at 10pm without explanation. The thread can still be found here http://www.politics.ie/forum/zoo/264060-will-irish-government-go-so-far-rig-referendum-result.html (although only available to registered political offenders!) ;)

But seriously, why the need to convey the same basic image/message on the front page of each of these major newspapers? Does it really represent what will actually transpire? Will every polling box have a garda escort assigned from when the box is initially locked to when it’s opened on Saturday morning for the count? I think not.

I believe that the vote will most likely be rigged through ballot stuffing in the major counting centres tonight while the nation and her blue-shirts are all sound asleep. That's my opinion and I have a right to express it on this forum without censorship.



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Have you seen the common theme on the cover pages of all of the Irish newspapers featured on broadsheet.ie this morning? De Friday Papers | Broadsheet.ie

What message do they collectively convey? Answer: Don’t worry! Today's vote will be safe and secure.

These photos were clearly taken in one photo-shoot. Oh the imagery! A woman helping the garda (the blue shirt) to carry a voting box to a polling station down a winding road (why not drive the car folks?) with "wait-for-it" a cross in the background! Then the respective headlines from the slimey “blue shirt” leadership. “End the legacy of shame” rattles our openly homosexual prime minister. That’s just priceless. Tanaiste Coveney preaches “Ireland is Frozen in Time without a Yes Vote”. Really Simon? What is truly chilling is your very recent overnight conversion to chief abortion bloodhound.

I was accused of being a paranoid conspiracy theorist yesterday. Today I’m an avowed conspiracy realist. :cool:

My OP entitled “Will Irish Government go so far as to rig the referendum result” detailing my concerns of a secure referendum vote was zoo’d last night at 10pm without explanation. The thread can still be found here http://www.politics.ie/forum/zoo/264060-will-irish-government-go-so-far-rig-referendum-result.html (although only available to registered political offenders!) ;)

But seriously, why the need to convey the same basic image/message on the front page of each of these major newspapers? Does it really represent what will actually transpire? Will every polling box have a garda escort assigned from when the box is initially locked to when it’s opened on Saturday morning for the count? I think not.

I believe that the vote will most likely be rigged through ballot stuffing in the major counting centres tonight while the nation and her blue-shirts are all sound asleep. That's my opinion and I have a right to express it on this forum without censorship.



Maranatha
Nothing should surprise anymore. PP not offering odds on referendum vote after Irish Times poll arguably one of the more sinister turns of campaign.Screamed to me that unscrupulous parties targeting a Yes vote taking a hand
 

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Have you seen the common theme on the cover pages of all of the Irish newspapers featured on broadsheet.ie this morning? De Friday Papers | Broadsheet.ie

What message do they collectively convey? Answer: Don’t worry! Today's vote will be safe and secure.

These photos were clearly taken in one photo-shoot. Oh the imagery! A woman helping the garda (the blue shirt) to carry a voting box to a polling station down a winding road (why not drive the car folks?) with "wait-for-it" a cross in the background! Then the respective headlines from the slimey “blue shirt” leadership. “End the legacy of shame” rattles our openly homosexual prime minister. That’s just priceless. Tanaiste Coveney preaches “Ireland is Frozen in Time without a Yes Vote”. Really Simon? What is truly chilling is your very recent overnight conversion to chief abortion bloodhound.

I was accused of being a paranoid conspiracy theorist yesterday. Today I’m an avowed conspiracy realist. :cool:

My OP entitled “Will Irish Government go so far as to rig the referendum result” detailing my concerns of a secure referendum vote was zoo’d last night at 10pm without explanation. The thread can still be found here http://www.politics.ie/forum/zoo/264060-will-irish-government-go-so-far-rig-referendum-result.html (although only available to registered political offenders!) ;)

But seriously, why the need to convey the same basic image/message on the front page of each of these major newspapers? Does it really represent what will actually transpire? Will every polling box have a garda escort assigned from when the box is initially locked to when it’s opened on Saturday morning for the count? I think not.

I believe that the vote will most likely be rigged through ballot stuffing in the major counting centres tonight while the nation and her blue-shirts are all sound asleep. That's my opinion and I have a right to express it on this forum without censorship.



Maranatha
If we still had electronic voting I would be very worried but with the X and paper I think we shall be ok.

It would take a massive conspiracy with many people to stoke the vote, can't see that happening without it being detected.
 

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Eh mods for the second day running you need to find a home in the Zoo for this nonsense.
 

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Not sure your logic is sound.

I would have thought that if Yes is certain then why bother with the inconvenience of voting if you are a Yes voter.

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If anyone seems a Garda on the streets today be warned they may arrest you if your on a list of known no voters.

As well make sure you choose freely which booth you gotta vote in since they may be using a box to corral no votes for dumping.

Be safe out there and remember if you do vote know you should have a go back ready
 

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If we still had electronic voting I would be very worried but with the X and paper I think we shall be ok.

It would take a massive conspiracy with many people to stoke the vote, can't see that happening without it being detected.
There was a message circulating last night that all NO voters should use pen today and not the pencil provided to limit overnight fraud.

I presume that pen is acceptable, can anyone confirm folks?

I might buy a Repeal shirt today and wear it to the polling booth to vote No.
 

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There was a message circulating last night that all NO voters should use pen today and not the pencil provided to limit overnight fraud.

I presume that pen is acceptable, can anyone confirm folks?

I might buy a Repeal shirt today and wear it to the polling booth to vote No.
Pen is perfectly acceptable.

NO supporters are encouraged to attend the vote count also. Unlike other vote counts, you won't need a ticket to validate entry to the count centre, for the plebiscite.
 

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Are the no side conceding defeat already. They should have done it a month ago and saved us having to listen to John Waters, Ronan Mullen and all that Iona institute Bullsh1t.
 

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If they're that f__king, worried, every no voter should write their PPS number on the ballot paper for traceability.

Then, at a later stage, they can demand to see the ballot paper to make sure that their no vote wasn't tampered with.
 

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Pen is perfectly acceptable.

NO supporters are encouraged to attend the vote count also. Unlike other vote counts, you won't need a ticket to validate entry to the count centre, for the plebiscite.
Is that right? Referendum counts are open to the public? Can you link I'd like to go.
 

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Eh mods for the second day running you need to find a home in the Zoo for this nonsense.
indeed , and maybe if there was a spare cage for its creator as well . Speaking of conspiracy theories the votes in Sligo Leitrim will be under the control of a Garda superintendent who has been driving around in his jeep plastered top to tail in NO paraphernalia and who allowed the NO battle bus to park in the Garda station car park in Carrick on Shannon .:lol:
 

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I tell myself "They are all out to get me" many times each day just to keep my paronia levels up. Never evet trust anyone not even yourself !
 

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A more serious concern is the allegation that a large number of non-citizens have been registered to vote.
 

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indeed , and maybe if there was a spare cage for its creator as well . Speaking of conspiracy theories the votes in Sligo Leitrim will be under the control of a Garda superintendent who has been driving around in his jeep plastered top to tail in NO paraphernalia and who allowed the NO battle bus to park in the Garda station car park in Carrick on Shannon .:lol:
Did you object when the GRA supported ssm?
 

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If they're that f__king, worried, every no voter should write their PPS number on the ballot paper for traceability.

Then, at a later stage, they can demand to see the ballot paper to make sure that their no vote wasn't tampered with.
Ha ha!
 


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