WA’s state Liberals wipeout is likely another “managed election”
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
WEST Australian voters should be asking their state government if some or all of their votes were shuffled off to servers in Europe for “adjudication” and “processing” over the election weekend. They should also be asking how secure this process is because Scytl, the Spanish company caught up in US vote fraud allegations last November, manages elections for WA, Queensland and NSW and has a bad record in election security.
Regardless of McGowan’s popularity, the results of WA’s election are quite unbelievable. And the near destruction of the WA Liberals would serve the bigger political objective of destroying any remnants of conservatism in that party and putting the federal Coalition under more pressure.
According to a report on the Vice News tech platform Motherboard (March 12th, 2019), Scytl’s proposed voting system for Switzerland was found by a group of researchers to have a serious flaw that would let someone alter votes undetected. “The cryptographic backdoor exists in a part of the system that is supposed to verify that all of the ballots and votes counted in an election are the same ones that voters cast. But the flaw could allow someone to swap out all of the legitimate ballots and replace them with fraudulent ones, all without detection,” the report stated. It sounds like a foretaste of the US election.
As part of Scytl’s “management system”, votes are flicked off to overseas servers by whoever is managing them at the ground level. This allegedly makes it easier for election night coverage by the media. Really? This is how Scytl described its operations for the European Parliament elections: “To handle this demanding challenge, Scytl’s election and technology experts deployed Scytl Election Night Reporting. After our partner Kantar gathered the results from each country, they were securely transmitted to the data center housed by Scytl in Barcelona. Then, our team processed the data and uploaded them to a cloud-based infrastructure where they were made available for review by European Parliament officials. Once given the go-ahead, the results were published on the Official European Union Election Results Website, hosted by Scytl, at both national and European levels. At this time, we were also able to automatically send updates through the European Union’s social network channels.”
No possibility for interference or foul play there right? So (i) partner Kantar “gathers results from each country” and then (ii) “securely transmit” them to Scytl in Barcelona? And then (iii) “our team processed the data” and (iv) “uploaded it to the cloud” for (v) “review (and approval) by European Parliament officials”. That’s some five levels of handling before the results are published. And who has the source code? China, as in the case of Queensland, Australia, and US states?
Amid the early accusations of foul play after the November 3 US elections, Scytl denied reports that it had a server in Frankfurt after reports swirled around that a server in the city connected to the US election was seized by US special forces. But it was later revealed in Scytl’s own promotional material indeed had a back-up server in Frankfurt for the 2019 European Parliament elections.
CD Media also published IP addresses of Scytl and Dominion Voting Systems. The IP address search site Neustar confirmed the Scytl site in Frankfurt.
The WA election is ostensibly managed by the Electoral Commission of WA. But Scytl also lives at the same address as the commission – 111 St George’s Terrace, Perth. Do a Google Maps search for “Scytl, Perth” and that’s the address that comes up. Another part to the election puzzle is the big data management company Kantar, that sub-contracted for Scytl at the European Commission election. Kantar also has a Perth office in 24 Railway Road, Subiaco, across town.
Cairns News correctly predicted WA’s COVID lockdown dictator Mark McGowan would win again. The “opposition” Lib-Nat coalition virtually conceded, and were nearly wiped out because apparently a large chunk of the populace is dumb enough to have bought into McGowan’s “I’m-the-big-brave-tough-guy-looking-after-you-all spin.” The premiers secretly love the power the COVID plandemic gives them and their health bureaucrats in particular.
And just to make sure “the people” out there don’t forget how tenuous their existence is without the KOVID Kommandant McGowan, someone representing dark, dangerous forces threw a tinfoil wrapped package (a hat?) into his office on the Tuesday before the election, prompting a dramatic evacuation complete with fire trucks, police and other emergency services. And according to a Labor staffer working at an early polling booth, a person made death threats against McGowan.
The office of Federal Member for Brand, Madeleine King, also received a package on Monday that was opened on Tuesday, sparking an evacuation there. A letter in the package apparently claimed the deliverer had “spores”. Mushroom spores?
This all set off politicians on both sides including the lackluster Opposition Leader Kirkup telling ABC Radio how dangerous life was for politicians these days. “What’s happened at the Premier’s office, whatever’s happened there, is terrible. Any attempted violence or threats have no place in our democracy … You get a lot of abuse all the time. We as politicians are probably used to that. My concern is that this is an increasing trend we’re seeing in our democracies and I feel for the Premier’s staff in particular in this case because they’re the ones who cop it.”
So life’s tough on politicians Mr Kirkup? Weren’t all you MPs being paid while the rest of the country was on the dole or living off savings because politicians imposed totally unnecessary lockdowns and shutdowns of the economy, against the actual existing public health advice on managing pandemics? Were politicians committing suicide or going into bankruptcy like considerable numbers of Australians?