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Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Pakistani Election Fraud in UK Tories Found Guilty

Democracy, New Conservative Style

Five Muslim Conservative Party members, including two councillors, in Bradford have been jailed for just over seven years after being found guilty of large-scale voter fraud.
The New Conservatives have joined the growing list of Muslim “politicians” in Britain from all the Westminster parties who have been found guilty of importing election “tactics” from their homelands to Britain.
According to a local report, Tory councillors Reis Khan and Jamshed Khan conspired in a plot with fellow Conservatives Mohammed Sultan, Mohammed Rafiq and Alyas Khan to use fraudulent postal votes to get their candidate Haroon Rashid, elected to the Bradford West seat.
Mr Khan is also treasurer for the local Conservative association.
The practice of Muslim (and in particular, Pakistani-origin Muslim) cheating in Britain’s elections is widespread.
Even the far-left Joseph Rowntree Foundation was forced to admit in a 2007 report that “several cases [of electoral fraud] have involved proven instances of large-scale vote-rigging within British Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities. There is some anecdotal evidence to suggest that practices associated with traditional forms of Pakistani ‘clan politics’ have been a common factor in a significant minority of recent prosecutions for electoral fraud.”
In Slough, Berkshire last year, Six British Pakistanis were jailed for postal vote abuse.
In an earlier case in Birmingham in 2005, local elections were voided and had to be re-run at a massive cost to the taxpayer, as several Pakistani candidates were found to be operating what was described as a ‘vote-rigging factory’.
The judge commented on government claims at the time that postal voting was working: “Anybody who has sat through the case I have just tried and listened to evidence of electoral fraud that would disgrace a banana republic would find this statement surprising.”
The latest court case in Bradford underlined the seriousness of the problem once again.
The Leeds Crown Court Judge Robert Bartfield warned that the fraud threatened to “contaminate” Britain’s democratic foundations and render those principles “worthless.”
The growth in Third World corruption is an inevitable consequence of the Third World colonisation of Britain. All the signs are there, and the only question still to be answered is if the British people will read the signs and respond accordingly.