Cracking down on Islamic electoral fraud. An action that should have been undertaken long ago

What's under the mask? Is it a man? A woman? Entitled to vote? Voter ID is something that should have been brought in years ago.


The news that there will be a pilot project to check voter identification in some of Britain’s more heavily Islamised areas is very welcome. It’s a policy that’s been a long time coming but it’s one that if it is implemented properly and not watered down, could help to make some British elections more honest.

For decades now we’ve seen the phenomenon of Muslims and Leftists voting for Muslim candidates or Islam-friendly non-Muslim ones, who then work to impose yet more Islam on the area, which has the effect of turning the whole area Islamic. This new Islamised area swiftly becomes one in which non-Muslims don’t want to live in. Sometimes this is because a large amount of Islam changes the area they live into such an extent that they don’t they feel welcome in it any more. In other cases people flee Islamised areas so that their children will be safe. Some parents feel that their child may be at risk among a large number of followers of the ideology of Islam. Many people have noticed that Islamic culture, when it is in a minority is concerned with minority rights, but when an area becomes heavily Islamised the idea of minority right s goes right out of the window. People notice this and vote with their feet which has the effect of making the area they flee from even more Islamised.

Because of the dire effects that bent Muslim votes can have on an area and on its politics, Islamic voter fraud is a problem that most urgently needs to be dealt with. It’s taken a long time to come despite a great number of warnings about Islamic electoral fraud and high profile cases of electoral malpractice such as in Tower Hamlets.

The new policy will require those voting in elections in certain areas to provide photo identification at the polling station and will also introduce restrictions on postal voting. Here’s a section of a Daily Telegraph article on Islamic voter fraud. As is usual policy for this blog the original text is in italics whereas this blog’s comments are in plain text.

The Daily Telegraph said:

Voters in towns and cities with large Muslim communities where there are concerns about election fraud will have to show their passports or driving licences before casting their ballot.

The Government has announced that voters will have to produce identification to vote to reduce the risk of “endemic corruption” and protect the democratic process.

About time too. The problem of Islamic electoral fraud has gone on for far too long now.

The voter ID scheme will be trialled in 18 areas which have been identified by police and the Electoral Commission as being “vulnerable” to voting fraud, including Bradford and Birmingham. The pilot schemes will be implemented during local elections in May 2018 before they are rolled out nationwide.

Now what would Bradford and Birmingham have in common that would make them places of concern when it comes to electoral fraud? Of course it’s Islam. Wherever you get a significant number of Muslims in an area then you will get electoral fraud. You will also get non-Muslim politicians who will take advantage of the whipped mosque vote or the bent Islamic postal vote and promote Islamic or pro-Islam policies. This is what has happened in areas such as Newham where Stephen Timms MP seems to spend an inordinate amount of time concerning himself with Pakistani matters in order to whore for votes with this community. It’s also happened in Newham’s neighbouring borough Redbridge where Wes Streeting was allegedly propelled into the Ilford North seat partly by Islamic votes that may or may not be entirely honest.

The Government will also introduce legislation to ban political campaigners from handing in large numbers of completed postal ballots on election day.

It comes after concerns that activists are “harvesting” votes to boost support.

This is a good move but it doesn’t go nearly far enough. It’s time for postal votes to be heavily restricted to more select and deserving groups such as those who are serving in HM Armed Forces or voters who have medical reasons that preclude them from getting to the Polling Station.

Ministers are also prepared to raise the maximum sentence for electoral fraud from two years to 10 to act as a “deterrent”.

It’s one thing having stiff penalties, but these laws have to be enforced. I fear that this bit of the legislation could go the same way as the legislation outlawing Female Genital Mutilation, which is that it will be on the statute book but rarely if ever used when it should be because of political concerns.

The Government is also considering checking people’s nationality to prevent immigrants who are not entitled to take part in UK elections from voting.

Again this is something that should have been done many years ago. It’s worrying that the problem with ineligible people being allowed to vote has gone on so long. I also wonder what effect it has had on British politics? I wonder how many votes won by MP’s in migrant heavy constituencies for example David Lammy’s Tottenham one were actually cast by those legally eligible to vote? It’s a difficult thing to prove but in Tottenham there a large number of Eastern Europeans, Russians, Brazilians etc who may not be legally permitted to vote, but who may well have done. The highly cosmopolitan nature of the constituency does I’m afraid make it more likely that ineligible people could have voted if not out of malice, then out of ignorance.

In an article for the Telegraph, Chris Skidmore, minister for the Constitution, said: “We already ask that people prove who they are in order to rent a car, buy a mortgage or travel abroad – and I believe we should go further by taking the same approach to protect voting rights.

“In many other transactions ID is an essential requirement – voting for a democratically elected government, your MP or your councillor is one of the most important transactions someone can make and it is right that in turn their identity and the security of their vote should be protected.”

Mr Skidmore is correct. We are quite happy to present ID for banking or other purposes so why shouldn’t this apply to voting? The right to vote was dearly bought for us by previous generations and every bent Muslim vote both nullifies an honest vote and eventually degrades the electoral system. Each bent Muslim vote is also an insult to those who experienced blood, mud and bullet partly in order that the United Kingdom have honest and fair electoral and governmental systems.

Islamic electoral corruption is something that urgently needs to be tackled because its effects are often so dire. Whole areas are now being regarded as unsafe for non Muslims to bring families up in. As I’ve said on here before I cannot now safely walk down the road I was born on wearing a Kippah because of Islamic Jew hatred. The area in question has now become so bad and so dominated by Islam that there is no way I could bring up a child there. Their chances of surviving schools dominated by Islam unharmed are very low in my opinion. I’ve little doubt that there are some members of other faiths that Islam considers with disdain who also feel the same way about the damage Islam does to previously mixed and relatively peaceful areas. Islamic electoral corruption has given Islam more power than it deserves and Muslims in authority use that power to advance Islam even if that is to the detriment of others. This is a phenomenon we see all over the country. The effect of Islamic electoral corruption is far more damaging than the sort of ‘affinity voting’ that we’ve had in the past where Catholics would vote for Catholics, Jews for Jews or Methodists for Methodists etc. Then these anomalies didn’t really have too much of an effect, yes you may have had a mainly Catholic area returning a Catholic MP or a a Jewish area returning a Jewish MP but it didn’t have the effect of ruining entire areas or driving minorities out which is what happens when areas become Islamised via widespread and whole scale electoral corruption.

Islamic electoral corruption has also affected our major political parties. The Labour Party for example is notorious for pandering to Islamic causes and Labour councillors and Members of Parliament have often turned a blind eye to Islamic crime just as long as the Islamic votes for Labour keep coming in. We should never forget that Fourteen hundred girls in one town alone suffered abuse at the hands of Islamic Rape Gangs yet the local Labour dominated political structure did everything they could to push these attacks under the carpet. In that case Labour’s desire for Islamic votes meant that they had to keep the Muslim community happy and Labour saw t that hiding these mass rapes was a way of keeping local Muslims happy and voting Labour.

These new policies are to be welcomed and I hope they pass through Parliament with the minimum amount of fuss although I can see these proposals being attacked by the Left and those Labour MPs who owe their seats in whole or in part to bent Islamic votes. We should expect the opponents of this policy to claim that it will disenfranchise young people who may not have photo ID and although they may have a point, this is a far lesser problem in terms of scale than is the problem of Islamic electoral corruption. Although there will be a small number of honest voters who may have problems with this new policy or may even in extremis find themselves disenfranchised, it may be a price worth paying for a serious attack on the growing problem of Islamic electoral corruption and malpractice. Britain and Britain’s political system cannot let the problem of Islamic voter fraud and electoral manipulation fester any longer. It’s having a dire effect on the nation for the amount of time that it has, for reasons of political correctness and political expediency, been allowed to go on. Islamic electoral corruption is a suppurating boil that needs most urgently to be lanced and I hope that this legislation will start to do it. It doesn’t in my view go far enough, but it’s a damned good start on tackling the very serious and very damaging problem of Islamic electoral malfeasance.


Daily Telegraph article on the new policy of cracking down on Islamic electoral fraud

UK Polling Report into Tottenham constituency