"Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything." Communist Tyrant Josef Stalin

Last Minute Requests re: Iowa

January 24, 2000 NA e-wire


Last Minute Requests re: Iowa

The USA Today Ad appearing 72,000 copies of the paper in western Iowa and other areas served by the Kansas City regional distribution center for USA Today has already caused our subscribers to the Network America e-wire to jump by almost 25%.

And, visitors to our Network America website has jumped by 5% in the last three days, when measured against all visitors since it's inception in November of 1998. (visitors jumped from 8,400 to 8,800 or so since the ad appeared on Friday, January 21, 2000.).

I strongly urge all subscribers, both new and old, to register at www.topica.com so that you can look at our Network America Archives (we will put these archives on our website at the end of each month, Jan 2000 being our first month of operation with the Network America e-wire listserve). Some of the recent messages are absolutely essential, especially for sincere skeptics, who might be tempted to think we're hyping or overblowing the danger to the American Electorate posed by computerized vote counts, Voter News Service, and the Four Big TV Networks. And there's a lot more to come in future e-wires.

These messages are sent out to be a kind of advanced "correspondence course" on honest elections vs. votefraud dangers. When you absorb this information for a few months, you will have a "college degree" in the subject.

This, along with who has control of issuing money and credit, and who has control of communications outlets, is THE fight for the coming century and coming millennium. The next "1776" may have to fought not at one Bunker Hill, but at thousands of Bunker Hills, i.e., polling places, internet provider sites, etc. We must not allow a Ruling Elite of Bullies to limit our access to political speech and news information on the internet, and to continue keeping the ballot counting process away from the American people.

Here are the last minute urgent requests, especially to anyone in Iowa:

If anyone can personally run a copy of our USA Today ad into a talk show host, or a key person in the Forbes, Keyes, or Bauer campaigns, that would be appreciated. If anyone can go to a Caucus site to see if they can observe a Voter News Service "Entrance Poller", these are the things to watch for if you find one: A) did they arrive by 6:30 PM for the 7 PM Caucus start? B) How many people talk to them out of those entering? C) How do they call their results into Voter News Service? Cell Phone? Pay Phone?

D) Tell them your doing a survey for a public service organization, Citizens for a Fair Vote Count, and ask how they were hired, and what instructions they were given. Most of the workers may be college students and may be cooperative; if they're from the League of Women Voters, they might not be as cooperative. If anyone can go to a Democratic Caucus, or knows a Democratic Chairman in an Iowa county, ask them where they have been instructed to call their votes. If the answer is Voter News Service, this will provide us with powerful ammunition. If anyone anywhere can e-mail this message into anyone they know in Iowa, or any list in Iowa - we would greatly appreciate it.

Please email us with any results at netamerica@unidial.com or at jconditjr@networkamerica.org - Thanks much. And finally …

CNN and the other Political outlets are subtly down playing the significance of Iowa, because of the Caucus nature of the event - only 20% as opposed to 50% participate. However, it is a truism of politics that those activists or "true believers" usually drag a few of the less committed voters along with them. So the Iowa Caucuses are probably pretty representative. What the network's fear is that they cannot control the outcomes except by nibbling around the edges in Iowa and New Hampshire. You will NEVER hear Jeff Greenfield at CNN or the despicable Bill Schneider at CNN downplaying the significance of any of the computer-generated counts, or (God forbid) questioning them in anyway. . . . We'll carry a report on the Iowa Caucus itself - and the results - to be issued Monday night.


Jim Condit Jr.
Director, Citizens for a Fair Vote Count

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Please forward our messages to friends and opinion molders, and tell them about our websites and daily e-wire communications. This information, especially in election season, offers an opportunity to de-stablize the New World Order Ruling Elite and restore honest elections with citizens checks and balances, true Freedom under God, and true Free Enterprise in America.

Let fellow citizens, opinion molders, pastors, public officials, internet news outlets, and major newsmedia outlets know -- that we will not believe the published results of elections until transparent, verifiable, honest vote counting methods are restored, i.e., paper ballots with citizen checks and balances, with the ballot counting under the control of the neighborhood registered voters in each precinct.  

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