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    • roger
    • 21.01.13 | 16:34 (IST)

    To all my Israeli friends, be vigilant in regards to the election equipment companies, who owns them? who oversees the election process? where the ballot data goes once submittted? who reviews and quantifies the data? and whether that data is counted/processed outside your country by private entities - As all these questions need to be asked to assure no election fraud takes place. I KNOW, sounds obvious but you would be amazed at what you can find out by researching these basic questions. In the great USA, our election equipment companies are privately owned by some of the richest political families, they vie for territories through manipulation, and worse still, our last election votes were not counted in our country, they were counted by a privately owned company in Spain! YES, in Spain!! And do you know what American citizens did - nothing.. We've become institutionalized by our govt and media. Nothing shocks or mobilizes us - that is unless the media tells us we ought to be shocked or outraged.. G-d bless you all during this pivotal election!

    from the article: On eve of Election Day, Israeli politicians chasing after the plentiful floating voters
    First published 10:45 21.01.13 | Last updated 09:04 21.01.13
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