Skip to comments.FULL NAME LIST: U.N. "ELECTION OBSERVERS"
Posted on 10/27/2012 6:20:47 AM PDT by Lazamataz
This roster has been passed to me by a reliable source. It indicates names, nationalities and locations to be 'monitored' for 'fairness'.
Some uses of this roster might be to 'monitor the Monitors', and to see if any of the names on the list have any prior history with Communism, Anarchism, or helping to CREATE voter fraud.
Freepers, get busy working.
Are they going to do something about busloads of people voting multiple times?
Are they going to do something about black panthers standing in front of polling booths holding bats?
Good, now Rick Perry knows who to arrest at the airport when they arrive.
Of extreme interest. Perhaps some of our better researchers can identify names of ‘observers’ that have questionable associations and histories with voter fraud.
Should send this to the crazies at alex jones’s infowars site so they can protest outside against the these eurotrash and UN lapdogs, they really hate the UN and for good reasons with all the sex abuse and scandals in the UN one would be a fool not to.
I could not disagree more stringently. The UN has no business doing ANYTHING in the United States! Get them the hell outta here. This is going to be trouble.....
This is a setup to throw the US election
to the al Qaeda-in-America regime run by Obama and Holder.
The UN cannot stop its own perversions of child rape
and slavery, and they DARE to come to the USA to ‘watch’?
Who is paying for this?
And I was being suffiteous.
Er, I mean facetious.
Really, Laz? Really? Wow. How 'bout "NO WAY IN HELL!"?
Them 44 elections observers are going to do a great job monitoring such wonderful bastions of voter fraud like Harrisburg, Albany and Sacramento.
Because that’s where the fraud exists. Not Chicago, Milwaukee or Detroit.
I was being facetious, and pointing the monitoring at the Democrats — the true purveyors of Voter Fraud in America.
The winners are the high end restaurants and escort services that they patronize on our dime!
The UN observers are a Democrat distraction. Unless urban voting machines are carefully monitored and vetted, the Democrats will simply steal this election. They have never had a greater incentive for fraud. The Republicans simply have to devote personnel and resources on ballot security. It would hurt to pay pre election rewards to Democrat operatives who expose fraud schemes.
JMHO, the list above can also be used as an alert of potential concentrated efforts of vote fraud by the ‘rats.
...jeesh, the only place in Texas these geniuses are going is Austin. Couldn’t be a bigger tipoff if they painted that list in dayglo.
OF COURSE NOT.
Now, a Republican vote, cast legitimately and only once... now THAT is something that bears CLOSE INVESTIGATION.....
.... to these Marxist goons, anyways.
Open Society Institute, (ie., George Soros) through one of it’s many tenacle “orgs” would be my bet.
I thought I noticed one name on the list, and I was right. Gunnar Garbe, Assistant Director - ARD Morning Show with WDR
A radical left-wing “journalist” from Germany.
Per the Pierre paper, they will be observing in South Dakota. (Res votes, most likely)
Gotta love the German and Albanian observers headed to Louisiana and Mississippi. Welcome to the South, Y’all!
Thursday, 7 January 2010 SENATE INQUIRY INTO 'CONVOY OF DEATH'
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee, chaired by Senator John F. Kerry (Democrats) is to investigate the 'Convoy of Death' and subsequent mass graves site at Dasht-e-Leili, near Mazar-e-Sharif in northern Afghanistan.
The Senate inquiry comes in the wake of President Obama receiving a report about the convoy and the Dasht-e-Leili graves site, from his National Security team. In July 2009, President Obama was so concerned about war crimes allegations involving US military and local Afghan soldiers, that he instructed his national Security team to "collect the facts" and present them to him in a report. There was a positive response to this from human rights organisations, including a Physicians for Human Rights response on YouTube. However, it now seems that the hoped-for Presidential investigation into the convoy and mass graves may not take place, and the report itself will not be made public.
There is no reason to believe that the Senate inquiry is being welcomed by the White House. This means that the White House is unlikely to support the inquiry. If the Senate inquiry wishes to have sight of the White House report, it may ask for it, but may not receive it.
Physicians for Human Rights will support the Senate inquiry by submitting documentation relating to the PHR forensic team's part-excavation of the grave site in 2002. PHR personnel who took part in the site excavation will also make themselves available to Senate investigators. Jamie Doran, the producer-director of the 2002 television documentary, "Afghan Massacre: The Convoy of Death" (YouTube short version), will also make available his film (official site) and other archive materials, and personal knowledge of the incident. Ditto yours truly.
More on this as the Senate inquiry gets under way. Posted by Andy McEntee at 12:42 No comments:
Found at: http://andrewmcentee.blogspot.com/
The so-called "convoy of death" in Afghanistan is about alleged US complicity in the early years of the Afghan War in allowing the northern alliance to exterminate people
found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afghan_Massacre:_The_Convoy_of_Death
alleged war crimes committed by the Junbish-i Milli faction of the Afghan Northern Alliance under General Abdul Rashid Dostum against Taliban fighters. The Taliban fighters, who had surrendered to Dostum's troops after the November 2001 siege of Kunduz, were transported to Sheberghan prison in sealed containers. Human rights groups estimate that hundreds or thousands of them died during and after transit. Afghan Massacre: The Convoy of Death presents testimony from interviewees stating that American military personnel were present at and complicit in some of the mass killings, known as the Dasht-i-Leili massacre.
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