Hindi na ito balita, luma na ika nga. Nabisto ang ganitong maruming gawain - special Ops nung nadaya ni Bush si Gore noong 2000 presidential election sa Miami, Florida. Tulad din sa Pilipinas, talamak din ang manipulasyon, dayaan na tinatrabaho ng "SPECIAL OPERATION GROUP" o ang tinatawag na "Dirty Tricks Department" sa US, maging sa maraming bansa sa mundo.
Kahit super electronic at modernized na ang election sa US, katulad sa Pilipinas, nagaganap ang "dagdag-bawas, dagdag-dagdag, dis-enfranchisementng mga boto." Kamukha din sa Pinas, mga PEKENG kinatawan, bogus na representatibo at presidente ang nananalo sa US. Ang tanong, "matiis kaya ito ng mamamayang Amerikano?"
Ang lesson dito, "huwag na huwag agad tayong magpapaniwala na komo imomodernized na natin ang halalan sa 2010 presidential election ay ganap ng masasawata ang pandaraya sa election." Alalahaning hindi garantiya ang election modernization program ng Comelec sa isang malinis at credible na election, kailangan nating mabusisi ng maraming beses hanggang sa detalye ang AUTOMATED COUNTING MACHINE na itinutulak ng Comelec at ilang mga sektor. Ano mang "super high tech" na bagay ay nakukubabawan pa rin ng tao, na HAHACK pa rin ng mga computer huckers o naha-hijact pa rin ito ng masasamang elemento ng lipunan.
- Doy Cinco
By Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet.
Posted January 17, 2008.
Allen Raymond, a former Republican National Committee operative, shares secrets from the GOP bunker.
Allen Raymond worked inside Republican election circles for years, until he was convicted of illegally jamming telephone lines to New Hampshire Democratic Party offices on Election Day in 2002. After serving five months in jail, he and co-author Ian Spiegelman wrote How to Rig An Election, Confessions of a Republican Operative. The book details Raymond's rise in GOP campaign circles; the attitude, tactics and strategies used to win; and how the RNC asked his firm to jam Democratic phone lines, but would not defend him in court after Democrats fought back and pressed court charges. AlterNet's Steven Rosenfeld interviewed Raymond about his political education, GOP tactics and his take on the current presidential field.
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