Last week’s Irish abortion referendum was rigged.
The official result was—get this—a preposterous 22 points—yes 22 points!—out of step with one of the final opinion polls of the campaign. And that was no rogue poll—other surveys put the anti-abortion side even higher.
Canvassers in towns and villages across Ireland reported huge support for the pro-life cause on doorsteps—sometimes at rates of 100 per cent; yet the official result recorded a majority for the abortion cause in almost every constituency, and the pro-aborts won the national vote by two to one.
Pro-life rallies in the run up to the referendum numbered over 100,000; whereas, their pro-abortion counterparts mustered derisory turnouts of two or three thousand hardcore lefties and embittered cat ladies.
There was no organised opposition to the 2015 Irish SSM (same-sex marriage) vote, and none of the major pro-life groups got involved in opposing it on the ground—unlike the abortion referendum. Yet bizarrely, the pro-abortion cause easily out-performed the vote for gay ‘marriage’ in last week’s referendum.
In keeping with the Big Rig strategy—a subspecies of the Big Lie—the Deep State rigged the abortion vote referendum on a massive scale; the theory being that, as with the Big Lie, the bigger the rig, the more it stupefies the target into dazed submission—Shock and Awe administered in the psycho-political realm.
Bear in mind that the Irish vote had implications not just for Ireland but also for Northern Ireland, the United States, Poland, Spain, Hungary, and other countries where abortion is still a burning issue. So, for both domestic and international reasons, the Deep State needed the defeat to be huge and psychologically crushing. Is anyone naive enough to believe they wouldn’t rig it under such exigent conditions? Seriously?
In Ireland, remember, there are no alternative media, and almost no independent journalists of any kind. No one here is watching the Rothschild crooks of the government and the Alinskyite far Left, so they can get away with just about anything.
Crucially, Ireland also has proportionally one of the largest and most powerful Masonic networks in the world—networks that almost no one—not even the strongest Catholics—seem to be aware of. Indeed, the silence in Ireland surrounding Freemasonry is a not so paradoxical a testament to its huge power and success. A secret society that is talked about is, after all, by definition, not so secret.
In 2008, the then Prime Minister of Ireland, Brian Cowen, called the current Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar (an openly homosexual Neocon), and his party colleagues ‘Freemason F***ers”. Within a few months, Cowen and his government were hit by a huge bankster-induced financial crisis that brought the country to its knees, and destroyed Cowen’s political career. The “Freemason F***ers” have held the tiller on behalf of Rothschild globalism ever since.
As for Ireland’s pro-abortion Left, it is dominated by criminals and terrorists. The Workers Party, a criminal terrorist, Stalinist gang with strong links to British intelligence, took a leading part in the campaign, as did Ireland’s mainstream left-wing party, Labour—itself dominated by ex-Workers Party stalwarts.
Pro-abortion Sinn Fein is another criminal enterprise controlled by British intelligence—as are the thuggish Trotskyist parties, such as Solidarity (aka the Militant Tendency). Who in their right mind would expect any of these guys to play by the rules of democracy?
In any other country on planet earth, a gaping chasm of 22 per cent between opinion polls and official results would be laughed off the stage. Even the UN would express extreme scepticism. However, so punch drunk have Irish Catholics become over several generations, they long ago stopped noticing what stares them in the face.
Organised opposition to Rothschild globalism in Ireland does not exist—only a single issue anti-abortion movement, which cringes, Stockholm-syndrome style, in the face of its Zio-leftist persecutors, does.
They must know in their hearts—from their own experience canvassing—that the results are a sham, but they remain silent. Why?
To call modern Ireland a banana republic is a gross insult—to banana republics. The electoral system is rife with liberal (in both senses of the term) fraud. A University of Cork study found that 600,000 extra voting cards had been issued in the 2007 Irish general election, 488,000 in the 2016 election. On a good day, that’s enough fake votes to swing the presidential election in America, never mind referendums in a small country like Ireland.
When queried about this huge scandal at the heart of the democratic system, an Irish government spokesman bleated that one in four voters were asked for ID at voting centres.
Codswallop, of course—I know of no one who was ever asked for ID when going to vote—but even if it were true, what about the other 75 per cent who don’t get asked?
Needless to say, the media have consistently ignored the issue of hundreds of thousands of voting cards that belong to no one alive, and that can, therefore, be used by anyone.
Tellingly, after the official outcome of the referendum was announced, it was left to two American ex-pats to state the glaringly obvious: Patrick Lauser and his brother Josiah, who both live in Cork, said plainly that the referendum was rigged and cited as proof the fact that pro-lifers were blatantly and arbitrarily removed from the voting register, while foreigners with no right to vote were given voting cards “out of the blue”—something the brothers themselves witnessed. Many others witnessed similar shenanigans.
Alone among modern nations, Ireland consistently refuses to count votes until the day after voting has ended.
Given the neurotic fixation the Irish state class has with presenting a modern high tech image to the world, this is a dead giveaway that Irish voting is systemically rigged. On the only occasions when the eyes of the world are on Ireland, its ostensible rulers choose to portray their nation as a tribe of lazy slobs, too soft and shiftless to work through one night of the year counting votes.
Of course, the real reason for this apparent malingering is that, during the hours between voting and official “counting”, the cabalist creatures of the night come out to play at the count centres. A video from the Irish Lisbon EU Treaty referendum of 2009 shows a guy casually LEAVING—not entering—a vote centre in Cork, with a ballot box under his arm. No police, security or supervision of any kind, is visible in the large municipal hall. Anyone could, and probably did, have done anything they liked with ballot boxes that night.
Not that one could rely on the Irish police, even if they were on the scene. In blatant contravention of the Irish constitution, which—as in most modern states—stipulates that the police must stay out of politics, the representative association for senior Irish police officers publicly declared its support for the Irish gay marriage referendum proposal in 2015.
Given this embrace of the most radical elements of the cultural Marxist agenda on the part of the notoriously corrupt Irish cops, how can anyone seriously expect them to uphold the law against vote fraud? The phrase “putting foxes in charge of the henhouse” doesn’t begin to describe it.
Because of the culpable naivety and intellectual sloth of most Irish Catholics and social conservatives, the cabalists and their leftist and Neocon catspaws reckon they can get away with fraud on a blatant scale that would get them chased out of town with pitchforks anywhere else.
Who’s to say they’re wrong? In 2O11, pro-abortion radical leftist Michael D. Higgins “won” a landslide in the Irish presidential election, even though he had trailed by a whopping 19 points in opinion polls carried out one day before voting. What’s more, the now defunct teletext service of the Irish state broadcaster, RTE, mysteriously announced this astonishing result while voting was still going on.
To the best of my knowledge, no one questioned this obviously fake election—an “event” that even Nicolae Ceausescu would have blushed to stage.
None of the above is to suggest, by the way, that opinion polls themselves are above suspicion, but two things are for certain: if polls in Ireland or any other Western nation are rigged, they will be rigged in favour of the abortion cause, not against it. Moreover, in a country like Ireland, where the media, the political class, and the trash celeb culture all fanatically promote the abortion cause, the number of anti-abortion voters is bound to be radically understated—not exaggerated—in polls. It’s a sad but undeniable fact that many will feel shame about publicly expressing anti-abortion views—especially to strangers.
In order to make the huge referendum wins of the cabalists in Ireland appear plausible, the Irish and global media made great play of the supposed huge waves of young Irish emigrants that allegedly came home to vote in both the gay marriage and abortion referendums. More fake news.
Close relatives and friends of mine work in Dublin airport, and they assured me that there was no spike whatsoever in inward traffic during the period of either referendum. I, myself, visited Dublin airport on the Sunday after the Friday abortion vote and saw almost no 20-30 something Irish people in the departures area at all—which there certainly would have been if huge numbers had come home to vote two days previously. If anything, the airport was unusually quiet for a Sunday, especially considering the holiday season had already begun in earnest.
Moreover, as my sister—who works in the airport—observed, 3,000 rugby fans travelling to England for a match practically brings the place to a standstill, so imagine the impact the alleged 100,000 “yes voting emigrants ” would have had.
You’d notice them, that’s for sure; yet my sister and her colleagues noticed nothing.
Unless many of these pro-abortion zealots swam home to Ireland from Australia and America in order to vote, the whole thing seems a bit of a puzzle.
Why is this important? It proves the media were psychologically prepping the public in Ireland and elsewhere for a huge yes vote, and blatantly lying in the process. It proves, in short, that the referendum was not a referendum at all but a giant staged event, like the “trial” of Slobodan Milosevic or the “search” for Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction.
Yet, some wiseacres who can make you shudder and sweat with tales of the evil power of “the cryptocracy”, and their dastardly machinations, swallow the election/referendum Kool Aid every time.
The “cryptocrats” promote abortion, chopping off kids’ genitals, and genocidal wars, but according to some of their critics, they draw the line at rigging elections and referendums. Either that or they’re not capable of pulling off such rigging. Or both.
So, in this view of things, “the cryptocrats” aren’t really that evil or that powerful after all—just a little bit evil and a little bit powerful.
And if you believe that, I’ve got some holiday villas in sleepy, tranquil Yemen I’m looking to offload.
 No Clear Winner In Final Referendum Debate, The Independent, May 23, 2018
 Declan Ganley interviewed on ‘The World Over’, EWTN, May 3, 2018
 Bloated Voter Register Raises The Risk Of Electoral Fraud, Irish Independent, January 15, 2016
 Brothers who moved to Ireland to live in a country without abortion, claim referendum was rigged, Irish Independent, May 26, 2018
 Irish referendum count at Cork City Hall.
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