Former Russian dictator Stalin said, “It’s not who votes that count, it’s who counts the votes.” Maybe President Obama knew something Americans didn’t know. In January, Congress allowed the largest vote-processing corporation in America, the Tampa-based software company SOE, to be bought by the Spanish online voting company SCYTL. This is a major step towards global centralization of all election processes. SCYTL, whose funding comes from international venture capital such as Balderton, is run by Goldman Sachs veterans Tim Bunting and Mark Evans. Based in Barcelona, Spain, it is rumored the CEO Pere Valles is a socialist who donated heavily to the 2008 Obama campaign. Valles lived in Chicago while Obama was a senator. SCYTL runs elections in numerous countries, such as England, France, Canada, Norway, Switzer-land, India, Australia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates. In 2010, it was involved in modernizing election systems for the mid-term elections in 14 American states.
With SOE’s software, the Spanish company will record, count and report the votes of Americans in 26 states, a total of 900 jurisdictions across the country. Since these votes will be routed by satellite to Spain, compiled and then returned to America, this one company has acquired the means to manufacture the outcome of not only the 2012 election, but all future elections held in America.
With SCYTL Internet voting, which our armed forces will do, there will be no ballots and no physical evidence and no way for the public to authenticate anything having to do with counting votes. Spanish employees in Spain will see the results and then send them — or whatever they want — back to America. When you view your local or state election results on the Internet, it may appear these results are controlled by your county’s election division, but in reality, most results are redirected to a private corporate site controlled by SOE software which operates under the name ClairityElections.com.
In 2010, SCYTL challenged anyone to “hack” into their system. Computer students at the Univer-sity of Michigan took the challenge. Upon opening the system for use in the District of Columbia, the UofM “fight song” was heard after each ballot cast. How is any of this legal? Why did Congress allow a foreign company, separate from U.S. law and oversight and controlled and backed by former employees of Goldman Sachs, to be in a position to sway any future elections? Is the fix in?
Full Article: South Lake Press – Clermont, FL.