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Spain should be taken seriously as a possible or likely threat to the United States. Voting Interference Past long-term history with socialist excesses; tyrannical dictators Ongoing “high strangeness” with dysnfunctionally gay   royalty  (it’s an underworld of sexual abuse, multi- generational abuse, eroticism and neuroticism)… and more The old Spanish New World Thing = Hispania = ethnoreligionism across the New World’s descendant countries The tendency to link old Spanish royalty, Ferdinand and Isabella, as elite and something to reclaim as Spanish-Catholic right to take back - and dominate the American southwest and all of the United States through a Spanish link with Islamic Iberian connections: the whole thing is an “Iberian Power” thing; the ethno-religionism things of Isabella as a saint and linked to the Mother Mary motif, despite the fact Ferdinand and Isabella, along with their Spanish priest cohorts, were tyrants who killed many Jews, Muslims and other non-believers in a long-winded Inquisition, the famous one, the one we usually think of when we say “Inquisition.”  Although there were other Catholic-based inquisitions over hundreds of years in different regions, the Spanish Inquisition rightly is the most famous one.  When Spanish-Native American descendants try to reclaim regalness through the line of the old Ferdinand/Isabella era, they are using loosely associated ideas and emotion, not facts. Spain is a kind of invisible enemy, not really understood or discussed.  It was complicit with the Axis powers (Hitler, Nazis) during World War II and was under the thumb of a truly tyrannical system for decades after that.  Many people in New Mexico and throughout Hispania - defined here as the Old Spain, New World’s scattered descendants - adhere to an illusionary motif that loosely includes the late 15th century’s Spanish royalty and that Queen Isabella is a saint to be revered like Mother Mary. Mexican cling to this feeling of royalty as a sense of specialness and authority over the United States American government, feeling that if they could only get back to the good old days, life would be so much better. They consistently forget the little details like the Spanish Inquisition and the vast kill zone of human waste left by the gluttonous Spanish, a tendency that is still with us through the vast cartel system which suffocates all of Hispania.  Anywhere you go in Latin America and Mexico, it’s the old Spanish system for cruel domination and vast displays of public murders.  Hispania never grew out of the old colonial craze: the United of States of America did. Research Gate [on Spain elections] 2013/09 The electoral consequences of corruption scandals in Spain https://www.researchgate.net/publication/256842157_The_Electoral_Consequences_of_Corruption_Scandals_in_Spain The Guardian [on American elections] 2019/04/23 Scytl, which provides election night reporting and other online election management tools, is based in Spain. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/apr/22/us-voting-machine-private-companies-voter-registration Snopes Fact Check, Scytl, Spain, Obama, States vs. Federal voting 2012 https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/scytl/ Excerpt:  Origins:   Scytl is a provider of online voting solutions based in Barcelona, Spain. In January 2012, Scytl expanded its reach in that market through the acquisition of SOE Software, a provider of e-Government software solutions. The item reproduced above claims the Obama administration has “sold the processing rights of our votes in the general election” to Scytl, the pending use of Sctyl’s systems in U.S. elections will make it impossible “to track and verify our votes,” and Scytl’s CEO was a donor to Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.  Taking these points in order, we find:  The Obama administration could not possibly have “sold the processing rights of our votes in the general election” to Scytl, as the federal government does not run elections: individual states do. It’s up to each state to determine on its own how to conduct its elections and what voting systems to use. Moreover, it’s highly unlikely any states will be choosing to use systems like Scytl’s to implement online voting on anything more than a very limited basis in the 2012 general election. Scytl’s current list of customers includes only a few U.S. states plus the District of Columbia, all of whom have so far limited their use of Scytl systems to providing a means for overseas (i.e., military and absentee) voters to cast their ballots remotely. According to Discovery News, even those scant initial uses of online voting failed to pan out in some cases, and those systems will not be Medium 2019/07/14  Scytl’s role in Russian attacks and its ‘impact’ on millions of U.S. votes.  By Brian Mohr. https //medium com/@brianmohr/scytls-role-in-russian-attacks-and-its-impact-on-millions-of-u-s-votes- e5f038f37503 Excerpt:  Scytl has followed these same practices in U.S. elections for more than a decade.  In 2009, it registered with the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) as the first Internet voting manufacturer in the U.S. under the EAC Voting System Testing and Certification Program. That same year, Congress passed the Military and Overseas Voters Empowerment (MOVE) act.  It instructed the Pentagon’s Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) to “test new or emerging voting technology to better serve overseas citizens and the military.”  Despite years of proof about the lack of security for online elections, In 2010 FVAP awarded Scytl nine of the 20 states slated to use private vendor systems to deliver blank ballots online to military and overseas voters. It was the largest number of states assigned to any of the six contractors involved.  Also that year, Scytl announced it had carried out electoral modernization projects in 14 States for the U.S. General Election. Those sates included New York, Texas, Washington, California, Florida, Alabama, Missouri, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, New Mexico, Nebraska, West Virginia, Washington D.C. https //medium com/@brianmohr/scytls-role-in-russian-attacks-and-its-impact-on-millions-of-u-s-votes- e5f038f37503 Updates 2020/09/11 Medium and other material on Scytl added;
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