Joseph makes an announcement about a new and upcoming book, and discusses the following article about possible voter fraud in the recent Nevada caucus

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Mike M on February 9, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    For those of you who may not be in the know, there is a very sizable mormon population within Nevada. Now I am not saying that one hand washes the other here, but this is a really odd set of circumstances. First, as the article states, Ron Paul and his numbers of supporters has gone doubled since the last election cycle, in every state with the exception of Nevada and a few others. Secondly, there is an odd set of circumstances when it came to the reporting of the election results, there are a few YouTube videos out there that can highlight the situation that came to be, but to put it briefly CNN was yet again the front runner on reporting who the winner was before all the votes were tallied. Third, Nevada has a high mormon population, that in and of itself is nothing that big to report on, however, there is a culture of seeking offices of power with LDS members. This point may need some elaboration. I currently live in Utah, the mecca to all mormons, and there is a distinct quality that mormons have, and that is the need to control their environment and dissent (if you are wondering what I am talking about and would like some insight into this there is are a few websites devoted to explaining the perversion which is mormonism online, just look up excommunicated mormons).
    Mormons are taught that, just like any other religion, that they are the “chosen people” and with that they have a direct access to what god mandates. This train of thought extends not only into their spiritual lives, but their real lives as well, they are given mandates by people form within the church, thru special “revelation”, this is exemplified when a member goes on a “mission” for the church. People within the church are selected to perform certain task, be certain figure heads, and uphold certain duties. To me, in all of my time of being around the LDS people, I have never once seen an average person hold an office of authority within the church. Almost invariably they are well to do people, having an excess of money or clout, it never seems to be a person with whom they have very meager means. Now this is all well and good, and really does not shed that much insight into the reason why the votes may have seemed a little cooked, but when considering what Mitt Romney is, it makes me go hmmm?
    Then again, voter fraud has been an issue for as long as I care to remember. If I had more time to write this I would finish my train of thought, but I am now back in school and I must attend to those duties.

  2. Robert Barricklow on February 9, 2012 at 8:34 pm

    “It’s not the people who vote that count, it’s the people who count the vote.” -Stalin

    Being that Tarkanian, in Nevada’s Republithug Party, is a believer in Stalin’s methodology, she will no doubt be bumped up in the Party.

    Can’t wait for Babylon’s Bansters follow-up!

  3. HAL838 on February 9, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    Just because the world isn’t ending,
    doesn’t mean there is no Happening.

    Lots of stuff going on in The Happening.
    And the whole idea is to survive it with
    as little inconvenience as possible
    while still accepting the proper changes.

  4. legioXIV on February 9, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    Of course there is election fraud, they can’t allow Ron Paul to get anywhere. Sinking him now will save them the trouble and controversy of assassinating him later should he, miracle of miracles, actually become President.

    • Nidster - on February 9, 2012 at 4:54 pm

      Ron Paul understands the dangers that confront him in his run for POTUS. When enough people support him and his ideas and also pray or meditate positive thoughts he can will be protected.

    • legioXIV on February 9, 2012 at 5:20 pm

      Hope so, but I reckon he will want to dump the secret service protection and hire his own.

    • legioXIV on February 9, 2012 at 5:21 pm

      Nonetheless he is a very brave man and we need more of his type.

  5. Owl on February 9, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    Re: Vote Fraud

    You can conduct a pretty honest election with solid, chain of custody, hand counting, and witnesses, witnesses, witnesses.

    One way to tamper with results is to not report them “properly.” Whether its at a caucus, or at other levels.

    “We found many vote-count irregularities based on examining the certified results, precinct-level records and the actual ballots.”

    “Mike Connell — Key Figure in OH Voter Fraud and WH Email Scandals, Dies in Plane Crash”

    “Pinellas elections office knew soon after Election Day of a discrepancy in vote totals on a statewide slot machine initiative, but they didn’t fully investigate for two weeks.

    By then, it was too late to correct the mistake.

    On Friday, as details of the case became known, yet another mistake was revealed.

    Elections Supervisor Deborah Clark gave the state the wrong results of a Pinellas County charter amendment, reporting that voters approved it rather than rejected it, the St. Petersburg Times learned.

    Clark accepted responsibility and said she would do “whatever it takes” to restore confidence in her office.

    “All I can do is apologize to the public,” Clark said. “I feel I let them down. I feel they had a lot of faith in me. I feel badly because I have shaken that faith.”

    Until Friday, Clark had not disclosed the incorrect vote totals to the public, or even to County Commissioner Susan Latvala, a member of the three-person Pinellas canvassing board that counts and approves the votes.

    The latest blunder has raised bipartisan concerns about Clark’s management of the office, which has suffered a series of gaffes since she took over four years ago.

    Paul Bedinghaus, chairman for the Pinellas Republican Party, said Clark should ask the state division of elections to review her office’s internal control procedures.

    “I would do that as soon as possible, before the spring election, in an effort to reassure the voting public that the office is in good order,” Bedinghaus said.

    In the closely contested 2000 presidential election, the office neglected to count 1,400 ballots and counted more than 900 ballots twice. In 2001, her office misplaced six absentee ballots in a Tarpon Springs election. In 2002, she gave voters the wrong ballots in a Lealman election. A month ago, her office lost track of 280 ballots that were not counted until it was too late.

    Clark said at one point she considered the latest troubles clerical errors that could be fixed without telling the canvassing board.

    Latvala said Friday she was stunned when told she had signed off on flawed election results. She did not know of the mixups until a reporter ….”

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