Sunday, May 29, 2005

"The Silence of the Scams: Psychological resistance to facing election fraud"

From a post on

If you want to know why most people, including our purported "leaders", are ignoring the obvious evidence of vote fraud, it's worth checking out "The Silence of the Scams: Psychological resistance to facing election fraud" by psychologist Diane Perlman. Her article appeared in one version here Perlman discusses various aspects of the psychology of electoral domination--what is being done to people and how they allow it. What we should be trying to figure out is how to get people to stop allowing themselves to be misled and intimidated, and willfully shutting down their critical faculties.

Posted by: Kate Forrest at May 27, 2005 08:36 PM


******* From the article *************

Some Links for Detailed Accounts of Voter Fraud

For a proper psychological understanding of suppression, it is necessary to recognize the quantity and quality of information being suppressed. The extent of fraud and ignorance of it are mind-boggling. Below are some links with detailed information.

Links for detailed information about voter fraud

A Guide to Ohio and New Mexico Recounts: Statistical Anomalies and Evidence of Voting Machine Malfunction and Fraud in the 2004 Presidential Election January 5, 2005
By: Audit the Vote and Help America Recount

Analysis of 2004 Election Irregularities

TV Networks Officially Refuse to Release Exit Poll Raw Data
By Gary Beckwith, The Columbus Free Press, 22 December 2004

Thom Hartmann in “Dialing for Democracy—Now Is Critical
January 3, 2005,

20 Amazing Facts About Voting in the USA

Partial list of incidents reported in the news

Ten preliminary reasons why the Bush vote does not compute, and why Congress must investigate rather than certify the Electoral College (Part One of Two)
by Bob Fitrakis, Steve Rosenfeld and Harvey Wasserman

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Read and weep. It illustrates the real size the fight that lay ahead. It's the Sheeple again darnit.


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