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Experts claim voters ‘said one thing and did another’ while Conservatives thank ‘shy Tories’ for shock election results

Jennifer Smith — Daily Mail May 8, 2015

A campaign’s worth of polls have been wiped out this morning as the General Election results poured in, with the once small gap between the Tories and Labour now gaping.

Surveys carried out in recent months placed the two major parties as equals with pollsters predicting a 35 per cent result for each party as recently as last night.

But a 10pm exit poll last night pushed David Cameron to the top, predicting his party would secure 315 seats.

And at 7am today, with just 45 seats undeclared, the Conservatives were on track for a sweeping majority with a 10 point lead on Labour.

While it is too early to determine exactly where the polls went wrong, experts said many voted differently to how they said they would at the last minute.

Peter Kellner, president of YouGov, told the BBC ‘people have said one thing and they did something else in the ballot box.’

‘We are not as far out as we were in 1992, not that that is a great commendation,’ he added, referring to the election which tipped Labour for victory before the Conservatives triumphed.

Others have chalked the surge in Tory support down to a silent majority of voters who have steered clear of campaign research.

Conservative MPs have already thanked ‘shy Tories’ for swaying the election in their favour, pinning their victory on groups of voters whose preferences remained unknown.

In Wales, where the party has enjoyed its biggest success for more than a decade, junior Office Minister Alun Cairns said: ‘I’ve always felt it was going to be far better than the polls suggested.

‘We’ve always seen in Wales that there are shy Tories.’

Another factor may have been previously undecided voters, with a ComRes poll on Wednesday revealing almost 40 per cent wanted to avoid a Labour-SNP coalition.

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Jon Stewart Mocks “Lone Star Lunatics” Over Jade Helm Concerns

Paul Joseph Watson — Propagandamatrix May 5, 2015

Stewart (born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz)   characterized Jade Helm as an exercise that will prepare U.S. troops for “missions against ISIS-like groups,” although a study of the actual Jade Helm literature reveals that the drill is more geared towards infiltration and occupation techniques rather than armed combat.

“You know who’s calling it a ‘Texas takeover’? Lone star lunatics. Dallas dicks, Houston assholes,” Stewart said. “There’s no Texas takeover. The United States government already controls Texas…..just borrow a textbook from a neighboring state — it’s all in there.”

Stewart goes on to call Lt. Col. Mark Lastoria’s appearance at a town hall meeting in Bastrop to answer questions from “crazy people” about Jade Helm “a waste of time,” before lambasting Texas Governor Greg Abbott for announcing that the Texas State Guard will monitor the exercise, not “take on the United States military” as Stewart chides.

Stewart ends the skit by suggesting that Texans are only concerned about Jade Helm due to their racially-driven hatred of President Barack Obama.

“It appears you are on the verge of being taken over by ISIS or the United States of America,” Stewart said. “So you have a choice to make.”

As we have documented, over the past two weeks dozens of media outlets have characterized concerns over the exercise as being founded in baseless paranoia, ignorant of the manifestly provable preparations for domestic disorder by both the U.S. Army and the federal government that have been unfolding for decades.

While Jade Helm will by no means herald the implementation of martial law, it will serve to further acclimatize Americans to the sight of troops on the streets and the militarization of law enforcement, something that leftists like Stewart are normally concerned about.

Two other prominent voices have also weighed in on Jade Helm in recent days, but with a somewhat different take than Jon Stewart.

On Sunday, Senator Ted Cruz said he had reached out to the Pentagon for answers on Jade Helm and that he understood why people had their concerns.

“I understand the reason for concern and uncertainty, because when the federal government has not demonstrated itself to be trustworthy in this administration, the natural consequence is that many citizens don’t trust what it is saying,” said Cruz, adding, “I think part of the reason is we have seen, for six years, a federal government disrespecting the liberty of the citizens. That produces fear, when you see a government that is attacking our free speech rights, or Second Amendment rights, or religious liberty rights. That produces distrust.”

Meanwhile, in an article published by WND, Chuck Norris shot back at leftists who had mocked Governor Abbott for his announcement, adding that Americans should be skeptical about the true purpose behind Jade Helm.

“Concerned Texans and Americans are in no way calling into question our brave and courageous men and women in uniform,” wrote Norris. “They are merely following orders. What’s under question are those who are pulling the strings at the top of Jade Helm 15 back in Washington. The U.S. government says, “It’s just a training exercise.” But I’m not sure the term “just” has any reference to reality when the government uses it.”

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Some Quotes for VE Day

Sent in by a Correspondent — May 8, 2015

World War 1
“Should Germany merchandise (do business) again in the next 50 years we have led this war (WW1) in vain.”
– Winston Churchill in The Times (1919)
World War 2
“We will force this war upon Hitler, if he wants it or not.” – Winston Churchill (1936 broadcast)
“Germany becomes too powerful. We have to crush it.” – Winston Churchill (November 1936 speaking to US – General Robert E. Wood)
“This war is an English war and its goal is the destruction of Germany.”
– Winston Churchill (- Autumn 1939 broadcast)
“The war wasn’t only about abolishing fascism, but to conquer sales markets. We could have, if we had intended so, prevented this war from breaking out without doing one shot, but we didn’t want to.”
– Winston Churchill to Truman (Fultun, USA March 1946)
“Germany’s unforgivable crime before WW2 was its attempt to loosen its economy out of the world trade system and to build up an independent exchange system from which the world-finance couldn’t profit anymore. …We butchered the wrong pig.”
-Winston Churchill (The Second World War – Bern, 1960)
“We made a monster, a devil out of Hitler. Therefore we couldn’t disavow it after the war. After all, we mobilized the masses against the devil himself. So we were forced to play our part in this diabolic scenario after the war. In no way we could have pointed out to our people that the war only was an economic preventive measure.”
– US foreign minister James Baker (1992)
“Not the political doctrine of Hitler has hurled us into this war. The reason was the success of his increase in building a new economy. The roots of war were envy, greed and fear.”
– Major General J.F.C. Fuller, historian, England
“We didn’t go to war in 1939 to save Germany from Hitler…or the continent from fascism. Like in 1914, we went to war for the not lesser noble cause that we couldn’t accept a German hegemony over Europe.”
– Sunday Correspondent, London (17.9.1989)
“The enemy is the German Reich and not Nazism, and those who still haven’t understood this, haven’t understood anything.” – Churchill’s chief counselor Robert Lord Vansittart (as said to foreign minister Lord Halifax, September 1940)
“Lies come along first, and drag along the gullible.
Truth limps in long afterwards, hanging on the arms of time.”
– Balthazar Gracian

Miguel Rix publica un libro sobre la Energía Libre

Media — May 9, 2015 at 10:35 am

Miguel Rix publica un libro sobre la Energía Libre

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Desde su exilio venezolano, el polifacético artista y activista ha publicado un nuevo libro con un tema que ahora mismo “vende”: la energía libre, enfocado, desde su propio título, hacia la repercusión más importante que supondría. La Libertad para el Ser Humano.
En él, Rix hace un recorrido por los científicos heterodoxos que pusieron las bases teóricas sobre una realidad que hoy día está emergiendo, por fin, de entre las catacumbas del underground.
Siendo el tema sumamente técnico, Rix ha caminado por esas turbulentas aguas con seguridad y buen tino aunque, por supuesto, el tema mueve a la controversia y la polémica, y a buen seguro generará no pocas discusiones.
Las 60 páginas que he leído hasta el momento son muy interesantes: ¡ojalá que algún día tengamos el libro en el estand de la FNAC dedicado a Nicola Tesla!
Aquí conoceréis más sobre el ejemplar.


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Político mexicano: “la financiación de mi campaña viene del crimen organizado” (uno más al que se le escapa)

Política actual — May 9, 2015 at 9:44 am

Político mexicano: “la financiación de mi campaña viene del crimen organizado” (uno más al que se le escapa)

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A cuenta de los arranques de sinceridad de Cospedal (“queremos saquear España”), os dije que parecía que la verdad ya no se puede refrenar en el Planeta Tierra, a la espera de más incidentes similares.
Bueno, pues ahora es un político mexicano de Baja California a quien se le escapa que su financiación “procede del crimen organizado”.
“Tan sencillo como esto, en mi Gobierno ni vínculos, ni ventas dobles de plazas. En Baja California Sur no va a tener lugar la delincuencia organizada. Mi carrera política y mi trabajo es transparente. Por eso, también, el financiamiento de mis campañas no tendrán lugar a dudas a que viene del crimen organizado“.
Del grado de hipnosis a que ha llegado la población, da idea que después de decirlo, la gente le aplaude.
PD: Los resultados de las elecciones en el Reino Unido son muy pero que muy sospechosos.


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