The way this referendum was organized can hardly be described as "democratic" as Barroso has done, and the possibility of it being rigged looks more than likely.
I wouldn't put dodgy dealings past them.
If genuine (please, please, please) then I wonder what if anything will be done about it? Is there an Irish judicial system that would even go near this?
"Is there an Irish judicial system that would even go near this?"If you watched the second clip he is effectively saying NO!And you can be sure that appealing to the EU courts will be a waste of time!
Surely voting fraud is voting fraud & needs to be tackled?
Unless the fraud is carried out by the 'powers that be'.Then it's okay. (Labour - Glenrothes)
The money sloshing about a bankrupt Ireland with mass unemployment saw to the vote that the EU wanted. Fucking disgrace.
I had an awful feeling a while back when the YES campaign were so bloody cocky that it could be rigged - they are so predictable, the bastards, and we can obviously forget about any proper Garda "investigation".
The turnaround in the 2nd lisbon vote was just too large for it to have any credibility. Nobody I know changed their mind for the 2nd vote and although this is a small amount of people its still a decent gauge of opinion.
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