There are no free elections in the US
Mon Sep 24, 2007 14:45

There are no free elections in the US

As we watch Bush destroy the United States (by waging illegal and immoral wars; by shredding the US Constitution; by laying the legal and organizational foundations for a police state), let's remember one simple fact:

Bush was never elected. Not in 2000. And not in 2004.

In 1997, I predicted, after exhaustive research, that the election system in the US was so unreliable and full of opportunities for fraud that it was possible to put anyone in the White House, regardless of how patently incompetent and corrupt.

Frankly, I never thought my dire projection would come to pass so quickly, or so dramatically.



Ooops. I created this four days ago
and forgot to push send.

In a way I'm glad because if gives me
the chance to observe something.

A student in the US was dragged out of a
public meeting, tasered and arrested for asking
questions of John Kerry who ran against
Bush in 2004.

Notice how the new media's approach
to the story immediately distracted
viewers from the actual questions the young
man asked.

The AP (Associated Press) went so far
as to report on the comedy routines
this young man had on his personal
web site - but never even mentioned
what it was he asked about at the Kerry

In case you missed it:

He was asking about election fraud in
Ohio in the 2004 election.

The evidence is clear: Bush lost Ohio
and was given it using fraud, thus he did not
really win the 2004 presidential election.

So why did Kerry let himself be robbed?

Good question - and one you apparently
get tasered, and then ignored, for asking.

- Brasscheck

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Without Justice, there is JUST US!


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To all, in case you missed this--
Olberman tops the ratings. lie spreading propagandist. wait you are a pepube! you don't believe the truth to begin with.

IRS Agent Admits to Tax Evasion and Embezzlement

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- An Internal Revenue Service agent on Thursday pleaded guilty to charges he helped a real estate developer avoid taxes and also failed to pay taxes on $250,000 he embezzled from the developer.

Federal prosecutors said that in addition to a prison term, Bohdan Senyszyn is responsible for paying nearly $720,000 in lost taxes to the government.

Senyszyn will be fired from the IRS, prosecutors said. The certified public accountant joined the tax agency in 1986 and worked in the Paterson office, where he audited large and mid-size businesses.

He was suspended without pay in February 2005 and indicted in April 2006. His trial was to begin next month.

Senyszyn, 50, of Roxbury Township, is to be sentenced Jan. 8 by U.S. District Judge William J. Martini. He remains free on bond.

Senyszyn faces up to 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine on a bank fraud charge, up to five years in prison and fines of $250,000 for illegal financial structuring, and up to five years and $100,000 in fines for tax evasion.

The scheme began in 2002, when Senyszyn agreed to assist a friend, identified as D.H., a real estate developer in Sussex County. In violation of IRS rules, Senyszyn provided tax and business services to D.H. in exchange for home improvements done by D.H., Senyszyn admitted.

Senyszyn said he created a series of companies, partnerships and a trust to conceal his embezzlements.

The mechanics of election fraud
Interestingly, every country in the world had this news in the headlines this summer, but one: the United States. In the US, this story was completely censored.


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