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Thinking of voting in mayoral or council elections in May? Forget it. Democracy has been stifled by the Covid regime. The coronavirus regulations, revised just before Christmas, were notorious for halting the promised 5-day festive frolic, but a little-known detail is the provision that voting would be allowed as an essential activity. This seemed to confirm that local elections would go ahead, including those for the mayor and assembly in London, while also indicating that the regulations were meant to last until at least the end of spring.
Indirectly heard from a council meeting in Manchester is the news that the elections there will be delayed. The council wanted to wait until July, due to the likelihood of persistently high Covid infections. But the council does not fix the election date, and allegedly it was told by central government that the elections will not be held until May 2022.
Supposedly this will also apply to London, and possibly the devolved administration in Wales and Scotland too.
Two questions arise. First, who made this decision?
Ordinarily the political cabinet, which includes the prime minister and secretaries of state. However, it is becoming apparent that Britain is ruled not by Boris Johnson, but by a ‘national government’, led by his deputy Michael Gove and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer. See how Starmer’s call for a national lockdown within 24 hours was imposed on demand.
Secondly, why was this decision made? Voting should be safe, with a limit of two people at a time in the polling stations, and a turnout of around 40% including a high proportion by post.
A progressive human rights lawyer and former director of public prosecutions, Starmer is prominent in the globalist elite, having been groomed into a position of power through his membership of the Trilateral Commission (to which every US president since Jimmy Carter has belonged, except Trump).
The Trilateral Commission has been working on bolstering democracy, which it regards as prone to reactionary populism and backwardness. Getting more younger and minority ethnic citizens to vote is important, and to this end such globalist organisations are promoting electronic voting.
This brings us to Lord Malloch Brown, chairman of Smartmatic. A close associate of George Soros, Malloch Brown was possibly working behind the scenes on the US election, which Trump supporters believe was rigged. A batch of Smartmatic machines was recently purchased for £9 million by Sadiq Khan. Smartmatic is used for counting ballot selections, but in some countries such as Estonia it provides for fully remote digital voting.
Electronic voting would need an act of parliament. Delaying until 2022 would make sense. And, arguably, ensure that the right candidates win. After all, we no longer live in a civic democracy.
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