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On 5/14/2023 at 9:38 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

It's a damned if you do and damned if you don't situation. Without voter ID the system will continue to get abused, and with it many won't bother.

 

I don't think voter ID is necessary for voting in person, after all I believe most vote fraud is done through the postal votes.

 

Turnouts are just as low as they were last year, so the requirement to show valid ID hasn't actually put people off. This is just another attempt to further push the idea of a 'national ID card' - whether that be a 'physical' card or a digital one.

 

Don't fall into their trap!

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16 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I don't think voter ID is necessary for voting in person, after all I believe most vote fraud is done through the postal votes.

 

Turnouts are just as low as they were last year, so the requirement to show valid ID hasn't actually put people off. This is just another attempt to further push the idea of a 'national ID card' - whether that be a 'physical' card or a digital one.

 

Don't fall into their trap!

 

We already have a national voter ID card, it is called the Electoral Register, i use the card that is sent in the post, i think it to be fair and reasonable to have one as long as the Electoral Register is secured from government interference and corporate voter manipulation, and any use other than for voting purposes of the individual that it is assigned to, or any offense committed in its misuse should be punishable by life imprisonment.

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2 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

We already have a national voter ID card, it is called the Electoral Register, i use the card that is sent in the post, i think it to be fair and reasonable to have one as long as the Electoral Register is secured from government interference and corporate voter manipulation, and any use other than for voting purposes of the individual that it is assigned to, or any offense committed in its misuse should be punishable by life imprisonment.

 

I agree, I have posted here before that while every eligible voter receives a polling card through the post, it is not required to be presented at the polling station before you receive a ballot paper.

 

Well I think it should be. No polling card, no ballot paper. No need to present ID, that should be sufficient.

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I agree, I have posted here before that while every eligible voter receives a polling card through the post, it is not required to be presented at the polling station before you receive a ballot paper.

 

Well I think it should be. No polling card, no ballot paper. No need to present ID, that should be sufficient.

 

The system we have i think to be the only way the election should be handled, the electronic system, that i thought at the time would be tampered with when first implemented has now been proven to be useless at best, and at worst good bye to your rights and hello dictatorship sponsored by wedon'tcare & co of un-elected unaccountable irresponsible shitbags that just love to hang out with the wef crowd of psychopaths and once in power never gotten rid of again, as long as there is eyes on all the way through the process it means there is always accountability.

As for a national database ID system then i am totally opposed to any such notion and or implementation of any type, 👍

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1 hour ago, sock muppet said:

As for a national database ID system then i am totally opposed to any such notion and or implementation of any type,

 

I would agree, but don't we already have this in the form of the national insurance ID system, so the taxman can keep tabs on you? This issue then becomes, who has access to the database. 

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20 minutes ago, Campion said:

so the taxman can keep tabs on you? This issue then becomes, who has access to the database.

 

The issue is not 'who' has access to the database, but rather 'why' is there a database that is in real time, in terms of elections then that database is solely used for the duration of the election process and retired from use when complete, this is fine and little to no harm can come of it and strengthens the integrity of the election so fraud is actively and strongly discouraged, the problem with an active database used in real time that tracks everything is just that, it has obliterated your rights to nothing of any worth and strengthens the method in so doing, and is by nature an intrusive violation of your right to privacy, the 'who' is an unnecessary question to ask because the 'who' is always shitbag & co that does not value you or your rights at all, and instead always favours itself over you, always, 👍

The W.H.O is now synonymous with evil shitbag & co and anyone that thinks otherwise is a traitor to every freedom loving person on this planet, their actions have ensured this because of the last three years, disgusting behaviour that shows the compassion they really have and their intentions to be nothing more than a chance to grab power for itself without any accountability and not even an elected body. 🤡🌍

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20 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

What do you mean by “your country?” Depending how far you go back the demographic changes a lot. Not digging just wonder what time period you consider the base standard. 
I can trace direct family ties to all U.K. countries. Pretty sure there’s some Germanic and Scandinavian as well. To be expected considering how many invasions our fair isles have seen.

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23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

On another note. I think the isles have always faced invasion of some sort. Foreign or domestic. Not always by country’s but by ideologies or groups. Most likely the same in any country really. It’s not a good thing but to raise awareness makes you a nutter or bigot.

My idea of country is a group of people working towards shared goals and values. I don’t care what personal beliefs a person may have as long as they support the whole. Maybe because I am from a pre internet generation I can see the harm the internet has done at all levels of society. Read an article a few minutes ago about younger people feeling more lonely. The net has eroded at an incredible speed people confidence, social awareness and ability to interact person to person imo. How many people interact with others and laugh and joke nowadays? All humour is not allowed by the left and woke brigade.

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35 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

What do you mean by “your country?” Depending how far you go back the demographic changes a lot. Not digging just wonder what time period you consider the base standard. 
I can trace direct family ties to all U.K. countries. Pretty sure there’s some Germanic and Scandinavian as well. To be expected considering how many invasions our fair isles have seen.

 

Ancient invaders transformed Britain, but not its DNA
https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22530134-300-ancient-invaders-transformed-britain-but-not-its-dna/

 

I was looking for a graphic that shows that our roots aren't as diverse as progressives claim but couldn't find it, but the fact that they (not you) use invasions to support their argument isn't helping their point, surely?

 

When I say our country, I just mean normal Brits that can trace their roots in these isles back a long time. "Normal" meaning people that don't have strange dual loyalties.

 

Cornish people and other Celts can trace their lineage back a significant amount of time so it's okay.

 

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Why? Because zoomers have degens for role models. Hip hop and roadman bullshit have been a disaster for society.

 

This prat isn't learning his lesson, and Tate wants to help him? How about helping out an impoverished youngster that isn't terrorizing people? We have gone mad as a country. 

 

 

"I'll say bluntly, he knows he is in a protected class. He knows there's two-tier policing in this country and he can get away with this stuff."

 

Yes, we are second class citizens.

 

"The UK welfare state provides everything they could ever need and they piss all over it, and act like fake gangsters. Kids in South African townships and rurals would prosper with just 1/10th of what they get."

https://twitter.com/shakazulubrnr/status/1660770199006576643

 

"Bruh we gonna get put back on the boats"

https://twitter.com/jay_bizzz/status/1660785161733128192

 

"This brother is genuinely gonna have us deported, whether we were born here or not"

https://twitter.com/walker07_the/status/1660845086219857923

 

Good to see that folks are pissed off with his behaviour.

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On 5/10/2021 at 6:31 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Lying press.

 

 

Media Drops ‘Asian Hate’ Story, as it Becomes Impossible to Blame White People for Attacks Which Have Only Increased
https://theredelephants.com/media-drops-asian-hate-story-as-it-becomes-impossible-to-blame-white-people-for-attacks-which-have-only-increased/

 

 

On 1/13/2023 at 6:40 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Charlie covers the anti-white lies coming from the stop Asian hate crowd.

 

 

 

 

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My bad for being a ghost. I need to catch up with a couple of folks on here. I was up north last weekend, and have been a bit tired this week since getting back.

 

My view from my apartment in Salford Quays.

 

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It's okay there to be honest.

 

Stay away from Piccadilly Gardens if you don't want to be demoralized though, or if you're a vulnerable young white girl or woman. I was up there with a pal that's not as right-wing as me, and even he couldn't believe what he was seeing. Just type "Piccadilly Gardens third world" on Twitter or something if you don't know what I'm on about.

 

Edit: Also, if you want to eat out in Manchester, be aware that of the cashless shite up there. I went to about 6 places that didn't take cash.

 

And manny folk, what happened at Old Trafford? They have metal detectors at the door for the club store.

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Just noticed Robert F. Kennedy Jr. with that Vera Sharav person. It's all so tiresome.

 

Not that it should surprise anyone with eyes. In 1964, shortly after announcing his intention to run for a U.S. Senate seat from NY, RFK headed to Eastern Parkway to meet Schneerson. Seems like Jr is just following his footsteps.

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