SNP: voter registration raised – 800,000 could drop off – Not allowed to vote!!


 Via @ShaunyNews @

This has been raised and timely as well. Many may be unable to vote in this years General Elections for reasons below. This is another attempt by the London ‘Elite’ to make sure Scotland is silenced again. We can’t let this happen. If you are unsure if you can or can’t vote – DO SOMETHING ‘NOW’ TO MAKE SURE YOU CAN VOTE! Don’t wait till the last week and you can’t vote. Act now!

SNP MSP Rob Gibson has written to the Electoral Commission to raise concerns over voter registration. Mr Gibson’s letter comes following news that hundreds of thousands of people in Scotland face being removed from the voters roll due to new regulations based on moving from household to individual voter registration.

Earlier this week it was reported in The Herald newspaper that as many as 800,000 people who signed up to vote in last year’s referendum may not be eligible to vote in the Scottish Parliamentary elections in 2016. Mr Gibson, SNP MSP for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross has now written to Andy O’Neill, head of the Electoral Commission Office in Scotland, seeking clarity on this and expressing concern at the manner in which people are being contacted.

Mr Gibson said:

“One of the great successes of last year’s referendum was the level of engagement and voter participation that swept across every community in the weeks and months before September 18. “Never before have so many people signed up to have their say in the democratic process in Scotland – it is vitally important that we aim to retain this level of voter participation. “The Electoral Commission’s transition from a household canvass of voters to individual registration in Glasgow alone has seen 100,000 fewer voters registered so far – and this could mount to 800,000 across Scotland if new means are not found to encourage voter registration in good time for the 2016 Scottish Parliamentary election.

“The letter I received from my local Electoral Registration Office did not make clear what elections this reregistration would impact on. It only informed me that I could not be re-registered because my date of birth and National Insurance Number were not sufficient identifiers. This letter was worded in an unnecessarily unhelpful way – I would urge a more open and engaging approach.

“I look forward to hearing back form the Electoral Commission; I hope they too share these concerns and can detail me with plans which will alleviate fears that the great expansion of our democracy in Scotland faces being reversed by current procedures.”

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By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

5am in the morning, bit sore, bit tired, rolling roll up’s by the way for curious people (Hi Mum) Talking about the guy with the bag of yes votes, Gordon Brown and more 





The Guy in the Van with supposed ballot papers Video 1


The Guy in the Van with supposed ballot papers Video 2


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Received an Email from Electoral Commission – RE: Vote Fraud






By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

Dear Mr Gibson

Thank you for your email to the Electoral Commission.

We are aware of a video clip circulating online in which an individual claims to have come into possession of ballot papers from the recent referendum on independence for Scotland.

The Electoral Commission did not administer the referendum on independence for Scotland; this was the remit of the Chief Counting Officer, Mary Pitcaithly, by virtue of her position as the Convener of the Electoral Management Board for Scotland. Local logistical arrangements were the responsibility of the relevant Counting Officer for each local counting area.

There are arrangements in place to maintain the security of ballot papers at all times in any electoral event. At the close of poll, the Presiding Officer for each polling place seals the slot of the ballot box and any polling agents (representing any of the registered campaign groups) who are present may also affix their seal to it. The ballot box and other relevant documentation from the polling station are delivered to the count centre directly and without delay; these items are not left unattended at any time and are only handled by authorised members of the Counting Officer’s staff.

Subsequently, the counting of votes is observed at all times by representatives from the registered campaign groups and independent observers; Electoral Commission representatives may also be present. On completion of the counting of votes, each Counting Officer will have arranged for the counted and rejected ballot papers to be sealed in separate packets, along with the other relevant documents from the polling stations, the postal vote processes and the count, to the Proper Officer of the local authority area in which the votes have been cast. In order to maintain a clear and transparent audit trail, each packet is labelled with a description of its contents, the date of the referendum, how long the packet is to be kept and when it is to be destroyed. Each Counting Officer records the details of the number of packets sent to the Proper Officer and obtains a receipt from the Proper Officer indicating that the parcels have been safely received.  All packets containing referendum documents are stored securely before being transferred to the Proper Officer so that no unauthorised persons can tamper with them. This is in accordance with guidance issued by the Chief Counting Officer.

Please be assured that we take any allegations of electoral fraud very seriously. However, as the Electoral Commission does not have any power to investigate allegations of electoral fraud, any such allegations must be reported to the police. We have spoken with the police who have confirmed that this matter has also been reported directly to them. A person purporting to be the individual shown in the video has contacted us today and stated that he has sent the ballot papers to the police.

I hope this addresses your concerns, but if you have any further question, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Yours sincerely,

****** *******

Referendum Officer


This guy here has handed in the ballot papers to the police:

I don’t really know what to make of this. But the lad in the van HAS given the ballot papers to the police.

So if he is real, these votes are real, then what?

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Guys this is getting very real, and we must do something I am sure many have seen this. I download and store EVERYTHING on a pendrive and online and give to a friend, same as many are doing. It isn’t even a debate anymore, the vote was rigged, we were cheated

Add it all to what we already know And add in all the people who went right to the police/Electoral Commission

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Police Investigate Illegal Postal Ballot Claims

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Police are assessing allegations that agents for the pro-union campaign breached election law by “taking tallies” of postal ballots in the weeks before the Scottish independence referendum poll. A complaint was made to the Electoral Commission following comments made by Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson after the polls closed last Thursday. She said Better Together campaigners were “incredibly encouraged” by what they had seen at sample postal ballot openings. Ms Davidson said: “We’ve had people at every sample opening around the country over the last few weeks while that’s been coming in. We’ve been incredibly encouraged by the results from that.

“Different local authorities have had openings around the country. “It is illegal to discuss any of that while any ballot is ongoing, so until 10 o’clock tonight no-one could talk about it. “But there’s people in the room that have been sampling those ballot boxes as they’ve been opened, and they’ve been taking tallies and their reports have been very positive for us.” Postal ballot openings are held to verify that the ballots are genuine and that the signature and date of birth given along with the ballots match official records. 

The Scottish Independence Referendum Act 2013 states that ballots must be kept face down during the process and precautions must be taken to prevent anyone from seeing the votes made. Ruth Davidson admitted LIVE on TV votes were seen, so it gave the Pro-Unionist’s the know how where to attack and scare. BANG! Got them! 

Agents for the campaigns are allowed to attend but are bound by the act not to “attempt to ascertain at the proceedings in connection with the receipt of the ballot papers the outcome for which any vote is given in any particular ballot paper or communicate any information with respect thereto obtained at those proceedings.” A spokeswoman for the Electoral Commission confirmed that it had received a complaint about the matter. The body has no remit to investigate breaches of electoral law and police were subsequently made aware.

A spokesman for Police Scotland said complaints were being assessed.

I ask EVERYONE to send everything they think suspicious to the police, big or small. They are onto ‘something’, I got this Article and sent it to Police

She admitted boxes were opened and counted, should not have happened

She admitted boxes were opened and counted, should not have happened

I was one to complain regarding this by Ruth Davidson from the Tory Party.


Another on alleged vote irregularities

Another on alleged vote irregularities

Scotland Independence Worse Than Year 2,000 Bush Vs Gore Election Fraud


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Why did 1 million people not vote who were registered? – VIDEO PROOF CHEATING

Scottish independence: Referendum votes ‘up for sale’ on eBay


The eBay listing from a vendor in Glasgow said the vote was for sale because it “would not change anything”

How WRONG is this, we must be aware of this and report it when it happens.

Police have launched an investigation after a number of people apparently tried to sell their votes in the independence referendum online. Votes for the 18 September ballot were listed on internet auction site eBay, which has since removed the items. The Electoral Commission said both the selling and buying of votes was illegal.

One online listing offered buyers a “unique piece of British history”. The Glasgow-based vendor wrote that he was selling his vote – with a starting price of 99p – because he did not “give a flying monkeys [sic] about any of this”. He went on: “This is my very own unique piece of British History! “This could be the deciding vote. Who knows? I am a hard working Scottish citizen with a house, a gorgeous wife and 2 beautiful kids who are my world. “This vote will not change anything in our lives so I have decided not to vote.” The listing was signed off: “Happy Bidding.”

Criminal offence

A spokeswoman for the Electoral Commission said it had made an agreement with eBay that any such “votes for sale” listings would be taken down and referred to police. She added that selling and buying votes was a criminal offence that could lead to a year in prison or a “substantial” fine. “Anyone that believes an offence may have been committed, for instance because bids were made on a vote advertised as ‘for sale’, should refer this matter to the police,” she told the BBC. “We advise eBay to refer any such cases to the police themselves.”

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “We will respond appropriately to any issues which arise. “We are investigating these incidents and therefore cannot comment on the outcome of these incidents until all inquiries are concluded. Where other incidents are reported they will be investigated and appropriate action taken.”

Tory child abuse whistleblower: ‘I supplied underage rent boys for Margaret Thatcher’s cabinet ministers’ As Media go to for Tories and Westminster HARD

Via The People and Daily Mirror and self research

3 HUGE Media hits against the ‘Establishment’ and ‘No for Scotland’ Today. Is there an Agenda? I just did this on two, now a third one. Why would 3 HARD HITS come in one day? This could bring down The Conservative Party and much of Government. I am thinking is this some ploy to keep Scotland thinking ‘All will be well’ If so, PLEASE DON’T BE FOOLED, they did this before. But lets stick to these 3 stories today

Thatcher covered up Conservative Sex Scandal – WOW MEDIA ARE GOING WITH IT!

BETTER Together’s place in the referendum campaign was last night thrown into confusion, after it emerged its official application to take part contained the wrong address.


Now this!! STORY 3!

Senior Tory cabinet ministers were supplied with underage boys for sex parties, it is sensationally claimed. Former Conservative activist Anthony Gilberthorpe said he told Margaret Thatcher 25 years ago about what he had witnessed and gave her names of those involved. His allegations that he saw top Tories having sex with boys comes after David Cameron launched a Government inquiry into claims of a cover-up. Anthony, 52, said: “I am prepared to speak to the inquiry. I believe I am a key witness.” Trawling seedy streets during a Tory conference, Gilberthorpe says he was asked to find underage rent boys for a private sex party at a top hotel.

Today, more than three decades later, he claims he was acting on the orders of some of the most senior figures of Margaret Thatcher’s government. Anthony says he was a ­full-time ­political activist when he helped procure the “youngest and prettiest” boys for several cabinet ministers after being told to find “entertainment”. In a series of explosive claims about conferences at Blackpool and Brighton in the 1980s, he alleges boys as young as 15 indulged in alcohol and cocaine before they had sex with the powerful politicians. He says one person who attended a party is a current serving minister. Others said to be present at the parties included Keith Joseph, Rhodes Boyson, Dr Alistair Smith and Michael Havers

As a young aspiring politician, Mr Gilberthorpe admits being in awe of the men, but now insists: “They ­manipulated and groomed me to do their bidding.” He said: “I was just 17 when I first went to a conference in Brighton in 1978. I couldn’t believe I was rubbing ­shoulders with all these important people and I couldn’t believe that they were taking such a keen interest in me. I would have done anything for them because I was so desperate to make it in politics. “During the years I was attending conferences between 1978 and 1985, I was a full-time political activist. At the same time I was running for office in district and county council elections.”

Cabinet Minister: Former Education Secretary Keith Joseph

Mr Gilberthorpe claims that at the 1983 Blackpool conference he was asked by Dr Alistair Smith – the Tory Party Chairman in Scotland – to arrange for young rent boys to have sex with two high-profile cabinet ministers, who we are not naming today. Other MPs at that party were said to include Rhodes Boyson and Keith Joseph. In that week he presented the ­then-Prime Minister Mrs Thatcher with a cake to mark her 58th birthday. But he says he also had a more sordid role – using his young looks to find these underage boys for her ministers. At the time, the age of consent made it illegal to have gay sex with anyone under 21-years-old. He said: “Dr Smith, who I looked up to at the time and was the most ­important Tory in Scotland, told me to go and fetch some ‘entertainment’, which was code for young boys and handed me a handful of bank notes. There was about £120.” Mr Gilber-thorpe claims he was not shocked by the request.

He said: “It was a norm and an open secret that these older members of the Tory party, like
Dr Alistair Smith, paid for young men to join them at sex parties. “It was the first time I was asked to fetch them but it was hardly surprising as I was becoming one of their trusted people. There was a well known and used cruising area close to the Imperial Hotel, which was a conference hotel. The hotel was not open to the public. “I was expected to find the youngest and prettiest boys. It was what those men wanted. “In fact it was all they wanted. “So myself and another Tory candidate walked down there and sat on some benches underneath an archway in the Pavilion area of Blackpool and waited.”

Attorney General: Lord Michael Havers

He said they were approached within minutes by a “guy aged about 20” called James. He went on: “I asked him if he wanted to come back to the hotel and he said ‘yes’. We asked if he had any
mates and he went away and came back with two boys who were aged about 15 and no older. “It was a surreal situation as we were dressed in suits and ties and they were wearing jeans. “We said we would make it worth their while and the older one held out his hand and I passed him the money to share out. I promised him there would be plentiful amounts of free booze.”

Mr Gilberthorpe claims he then asked hotel security to contact a man inside who worked at the Conservative Party Central Office to arrange for the three rent boys to be given security clearance and special badges that would allow them to enter the Imperial. He said: “All MPs, members of the National Executive and chosen delegates were given name badges that allowed you access to the conference hotel. “Some of them had a small Oscar sign in the corner which was a code to allow others to know you were allowed into these secret parties.” He claimed the Hollywood-style Oscar symbol was actually in honour of gay writer and poet Oscar Wilde. Once inside the Imperial, he says the group walked up several flights of stairs to a room where politicians were waiting for them, along with a table of cocaine.

In attendance: Rhodes Boyson at the Conservative party conference in Blackpool, 1987

He said: “We took them straight upstairs and into a room where Dr Smith and other MPs were waiting for them at the party. They were given drinks and cocaine to snort and then they were all moved into the centre of the room.” Mr Gilberthorpe said he witnessed two senior Tories having sex with the boys. He said: “A couple of other MPs were in the room. I can clearly remember seeing one politician, who is now a serving Tory MP, standing there and watching.” Mr Gilberthorpe also claims that two years earlier in 1981 he saw Sir Michael Havers – then Attorney General – at a swimming pool party at the Tory conference in Blackpool, where underage boys were encouraged to perform sex acts on several politicians, who we are also not naming today. He recalled: “In 1981 I was invited back to the Imperial Hotel by a ­Conservative councillor. “He was a big player in the notorious right-wing group the Monday Club. “We arrived at around midnight and I was led down some stairs to a door where two men were stood as security.

“We were allowed to enter and I was led through a tiled changing room where there were piles of clothes strewn across the floor. We then walked into an area where there was a large pool and lots of men either stood around naked or simply wrapped in towels. “Among the MPs I recognised in there were Keith Joseph and Rhodes Boyson. I saw the Attorney General Michael Havers down there as well. “There were a couple of glass tables set up as a mini bar with bottles of spirits on them and there was cocaine on several tables. I saw several boys who were clearly aged between 15 and 16 down there and I saw that a few were performing sex acts on MPs. “Other young men were acting as waiters walking around with little black bow ties on. I was completely shocked by it because I was still only 20 and I had never seen anything like it.” He added: “I stayed for a couple of hours but was tired because a conference was always a boozy affair where mainly spirits were drunk in large ­quantities from about 5pm onwards.”

Request: Smith ‘asked for young boys’

Mr Gilberthorpe, now 52, says he also attended a sex party at the Grand Hotel in Brighton during the Conservatives’ 1984 conference. On the night before the seafront hotel was hit by an IRA bomb attack, he claims he saw senior MPs engaging in sex acts with boys below the age of consent at a “corridor party” held in a row of rooms on the fourth floor. He said: “There were two guys on the door at the end of the corridor and because we were in the group I was allowed to enter. Several doors were left open and others were closed.

“There were several men walking from one room to another and enjoying sex acts with other naked men, including boys who were clearly only about 15 or 16 years old. I saw Keith Joseph there and a politician who is now still a serving MP. “It was held on the night before the bomb went off and afterwards one MP crudely joked that it was a good job it was, or there would have been rent boys falling through the floor.” Mr Gilberthorpe, who decided to finally break his silence because he fears an Establishment cover-up, also claims that in the aftermath of the bombing, in which five people were killed, he was asked to look after two rent boys.

He said: “I rushed over there from my hotel after I heard the blast and saw Keith Joseph stood outside in a blanket.” Yesterday he said: “I was a teenager when I first met these men and they manipulated me and groomed me to do their bidding. “Because they were the most powerful men in the land, I was led to believe it was all OK. In truth they were abusers and once they had tired of me they simply discarded me. It is time this came to light before anyone else is abused. “They didn’t think they were doing anything wrong and it was the norm then. They felt untouchable.”

Questions over Better Together’s lies over registration for referendum role – As Sunday’s media attack Westminster


First this here >>>>>

Thatcher covered up Conservative Sex Scandal – WOW MEDIA ARE GOING WITH IT!

Now this >>>>

BETTER Together’s place in the referendum campaign was last night thrown into confusion, after it emerged its official application to take part contained the wrong address.

The pro-Union movement gave its Glasgow HQ as its address when it applied in April to become a “permitted participant” in the referendum. However, because it is a limited company, the law says Better Together should have used its registered office address in Edinburgh. Better Together said it had been acting on the Electoral Commission’s advice, and that the watchdog told it to use the Glasgow address because this was its day-to-day campaign base. The Commission initially told the Sunday Herald a wrong address would render an application “invalid”, and prompt a fresh application.

However, when the specifics of Better Together’s case were put to it, the Commission said there was “no problem” with the application after all. If the application was invalid, it would cast doubt on the No campaign’s legitimacy. The Commission admitted it had checked Better Together’s address and found the correct one was in Edinburgh, but rather than asking Better Together to amend it, the Commission had simply recorded the Edinburgh address on its own “internal approval record” and used it as the basis for processing the application.

The Commission last night updated its online register of campaigners to show Better Together’s Edinburgh address, and blamed an “administrative error” for not doing so sooner. Earlier this year, the Commission ruled the CBI’s application to be a campaigner was “void” because it was signed by the wrong person, a breach of the same law which says Better Together should have used its Edinburgh address. Despite the inaccuracy, the Commission insisted Better Together’s application was valid and consistent with its guidance and “the law”. However, the Commission was unable to say if the application complied with the relevant section of the Scottish Independence Referendum Act 2013, which is the critical law involved.

A Yes campaign source said: “This suggests real uncertainty and confusion about the exact status of the No campaign, and whether or not they have adhered to their legal obligations. It does indicate a lack of basic competence, which is embarrassing to say the least and could yet be a factor which influences the result.” There are almost 30 registered campaigners in the referendum, including individuals, unions and political parties, as well as Better Together and Yes Scotland. Under electoral law, companies “must” declare their full company name, their office registered with Companies House, and their company number when applying to be a permitted participant. Better Together, whose full legal name is Better Together 2012 Limited, should therefore have used its registered office address. Since its creation in June 2012, this has been 133 Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, the same office as its lawyers, Tods Murray LLP. Instead, it used 5 Blythswood Square, Glasgow.

After the Sunday Herald discovered the error, it asked the Commission in general terms about the consequences of an inaccurate address on a form to be a referendum permitted participant. In a statement on Thursday, the Commission said: “If an organisation or individual provided inaccurate information on their form and notified the Electoral Commission of that, their application would be invalid and we would work with them to make sure they supply an application with the correct information.” However, when we raised Better Together’s address on Friday, the Commission said: “It doesn’t impact on Better Together’s registration at all and there was no problem with the information they provided us.”

In statement yesterday, the Commission said: “The approval of an application by Better Together to register as a permitted participant was consistent with our guidance and the law. Their registration … is valid. “Following Better Together’s application … we verified their details, including checking their details on Companies House. This is a straightforward and standard practice that we carry out with all applications. It would not have required any correspondence with Better Together. Better Together’s address with Companies House was in Edinburgh. “This address should have been recorded on our list of permitted participants rather than the Glasgow address. This was an administrative error on our part and has been amended accordingly on our website.” A Better Together spokesman said: “We followed the guidance and advice given to us by the Electoral Commission. They have made clear to us that there was an administrative error on their part and has been rectified.”