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Now its Mexico's turn to face neo-con inspired mass voter fraud
by Wayne Madsen    The Wayne Madsen Report
Entered into the database on Thursday, July 06th, 2006 @ 15:47:55 MST


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This should serve as the final stop for neo-con election manipulators who interfere in elections to advance their global agendas.

Mexico's conservative, Harvard-educated Oil Minister, Felipe Calderon, took a micro-lead in the recount of the Mexican presidential election votes. Progressive candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his Democratic Revolution Party claimed massive voter fraud. There are reports from across Mexico of more ballots cast than voters, ballots found in trash dumps, and the siphoning of Obrador votes to third and fourth party candidates. This comes as no shock to Americans who experienced similar fraud by the neo-cons in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, as well as various Congressional and gubernatorial races around the country.

As with the American 2004 election, there are reports that outside money, foreign political operatives (in Mexico's case, Republican activists from the United States), and organized crime members infiltrated Mexico to toss the election to Calderon. A recent interdiction by Mexican police of an American plane carrying 5.5 tons of cocaine is being reported as an attempt to pump funds from drug sales to Calderon's and Vicente Fox's PAN party.

The only way to stop this global corporate vote fraud is to do what many Mexicans are planning -- take to the streets, prevent Calderon from taking office, and disrupt the country until the rightful winner, Obrador, is sworn in. Those who interfere with the franchise of the people, especially those who cross borders to engage in such activity, should receive an ultimate form of punishment to avoid repeat offenses and discourage others from such wanton activities.


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