Cardboard ballot boxes with zip ties have come under scrutiny for their vulnerability to voting fraud. With concerns about the integrity of government agencies and fact-checkers on the rise, the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has recently launched a “Referendum Disinformation Register,” raising further skepticism.
The AEC, as the most trusted government agency responsible for shaping our nation’s future policy settings, holds a vital position in ensuring transparent and honest elections. However, if infiltrated by globalist agents, it could be manipulated to serve their interests. For example, pre-poll ballot boxes could be tampered with after closing time, allowing unwanted votes to be replaced with pre-prepared ballots favoring certain political parties. This manipulation could accelerate Australia’s transition into UN-WEF control, something that the controlled-opposition Liberals might struggle to achieve.
The AEC’s recent introduction of a “Referendum Disinformation Register” in preparation for the upcoming “Voice to Parliament” vote adds to concerns. Critics argue that the “Voice” implementation does not genuinely benefit remote Aboriginal communities but instead aims to create division and conflict. The ulterior motive behind this is the globalist agenda of reclaiming farmlands and placing them under UN control. Multigenerational family farms are regarded as “stolen land” that should be returned to the “first nations” at the expense of Australian farmers. This agenda aligns with the concept of “15-minute cities,” which would confine people within urban environments to control carbon emissions, while the globalist elites freely travel the world.
To add to these concerns, the AEC’s attempt to combat disinformation raises questions about their ability to address the flaws in their own systems. The assertion that ballot papers are tracked and counted with transparency and accuracy is not sufficient evidence. The potential for well-funded globalist activists infiltrating the AEC and influencing the election outcomes cannot be dismissed. Despite attempts to engage with the AEC to address these concerns, the organization has responded inadequately, relying on its own authority as experts.
In light of these challenges, there is a need for electoral reforms that ensure the integrity of the voting process. Implementing paper-based, in-person voting with proper identification on the day would help minimize the risk of fraud. Postal voting should be limited to specific circumstances, such as overseas voters or those in hospitals or care homes, with strict deadlines for ballot submission. These measures would help restore public confidence in the AEC and ensure that elections truly represent the will of the people.
It is crucial to address the flaws in the current electoral system while also acknowledging the influence of globalist agendas. Protecting Australia’s democratic principles and safeguarding the rights of its citizens should be the paramount objective. By implementing transparent voting practices and preventing unauthorized access to the electoral process, Australia can maintain the integrity of its elections and protect the interests of its people.