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[Editor's Note: In this most recent dispatch from Peru, Richard Deegan chronicles the latest maneuverings of NWO elitists to control and manipulate the runoff election in Peru slated for May 28, 2000. In order to postpone the foregone, conclusive defeat of NWO puppet candidate , A. Toledo Manrique, a fabricated ploy concerning "problems' with election-related computer systems software was instigated in an attempt to postpone the election-giving NWO strategists more time to guarantee the final 'outcome'.]
By Richard Petty Deegan
As the Peruvian runoff election approaches the constitutionally set date of May 28, George Soros, financially thriving from Standard & Poor’s downgrade of the Peruvian dollar, sent one of his top dogs, Chilean citizen Jose Miguel Vivanco, from Washington to Lima to replace the disgraced Carter Center group Transparency and do what he could to further disrupt President Fujimori's re-election.
. Vivanco, Executive Secretary of Soros’ Human Rights Watch, arrived in Lima on May 23 and immediately stated that if the Peruvian election was not postponed, the United States would implement a series of “serious and drastic sanctions.” He further threatened that the OAS was ready to utilize its Rule 1080, which refers to the illegal overthrow of a member government, to take control of the situation in Peru. He promised to release a full report May 25 (saying this after less than 48 hours of arriving in the country).
OAS Observer Balks at Manipulation
Perhaps revolted by the intransigence of Toledo Manrique, Stein issued a statement attempting to distance the OAS from Toledo Manrique, in which the OAS “Would prefer a period of ten days to review the computer program. But the final decision is up to the legally constituted Peruvian authorities. If they decide that the election is to be held May 28, they must be respected. The OAS will participate as observers if the election is May 28” (OAS #12, May 24).
Toledo Manrique, who had announced yesterday that 26 of his twenty nine incoming congressional slate would renounce their chairs, was soundly repudiated by 2d Vice Presidential candidate David Weisman, who stated “We haven’t even thought about that. That is something that would have to be analyzed at length, in a process in which Toledo Manrique would have some input.”
The Carter Center group Transparency was rocked by further disclosures evidencing their favoritism for Toledo Manrique, as more high ranking officials come forward to tell the truth about the inner workings and manipulations of this “impartial” NWO outfit. One of the latest was Martin Gomez, formerly Director for the State of Huaraz, who revealed pressure to place Toledo Manrique workers as volunteers and to fabricate irregularities.
The president of the National Society for Computation reiterated his offer (originally made May 19) to conduct the vote count on two levels: "one with our computer system and another, kind of prehistoric method. I call on all the math teachers of grammar and high schools, because even though we’re Peruvians, we can still add numbers; to assist by counting the votes manually, using your fingers. We’ll each place the results in a sealed envelope and let Cardinal Cipriani open them. If there’s a difference anywhere, I’ll resign.”
The 'Defective' Software Ploy
Finally, you will recall that we are strictly prohibited by Peruvian election law from giving any poll results within fifteen days of the election. However, let’s say dreams are exempt.
Thus a recent dream indicated that 54% of Peruvians would not vote for Toledo Manrique under any circumstance, and more than half totally disapprove of his campaign mate and ex-wife, Eliane Karp, formerly of the World Bank, US AID, etc., who claims that she spent much of the early 1980s in the (drug- and terror- infested jungles) mountains “helping the people with their crops.”
While most Peruvians participated in peace rallies, Toledo Manrique
spent May 18, the twentieth anniversary of the first Shining Path terrorist
attack in Peru, which left many dead in Chuschi, calling on his people
to “go to the streets”- to “rise up against the dictatorship.” Sound familiar?