Foreign Firm Tallies Iowa Caucuses

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    American Free Press.

    The Israeli Defense Company That Tallies the Iowa

    By Christopher Bollyn

    The Iowa caucus is only a few days away and the
    nation's attention will be directed to the results,
    which signify the beginning of the U.S. presidential
    race. But does anyone watch who tallies the results of
    the Iowa caucus?

    The Iowa caucus results were tallied in 2004 by a
    company that is headed by a man whose company was
    bought by Elron Electronics, the Israeli defense firm.
    I suspect that it will be the same this year. Don't
    expect to see any grassroots political activists doing
    the tally in Iowa. The Israeli defense establishment
    takes care of that part of the American "democratic"
    election process.


    In the summer of 2004, I first learned that a foreign
    and out-of-state company using Interactive Voice
    Response (IVR) technology tallied the Iowa caucus

    The system used to tally the 2004 Iowa caucus results
    was provided by a company called Voxeo, which was
    apparently based in Orlando, Florida.

    Now, who really is Voxeo, and why are the Iowa caucus
    results tallied by them? I don't know if the 2008 Iowa
    results will be tallied in the same way, but I
    wouldn't doubt it.

    Voxeo is headed by Jonathan Taylor, who is the
    company's President and CEO. This is what his Voxeo
    webpage says about him:

    Jonathan combined his experience in both business
    operations and technology innovation to found Voxeo in
    1999. Under his guidance, Voxeo has seen triple-digit
    revenue growth for four consecutive years and has been
    profitable since January, 2004. Prior to Voxeo,
    Jonathan founded and helped bring three additional
    software and infrastructure service companies to

    From 1995 to 1997, Jonathan was the founder and
    President of InterResearch and Development Group
    (IRdg), Inc. IRdg created and licensed iPost - the
    first internet powered OEM unified messaging solution
    - to leading telecommunications providers including
    Ericsson, Motorola and Unisys. IRdg was acquired by
    Elron Electronic Industries (Nasdq: ELRN) subsidiary
    MediaGate in 1997.

    There you have it. Jonathan Taylor's company, which he
    founded, was taken over by Elron Electronic
    Industries, the Israeli defense high tech company:

    In its early days, Elron focused on defense,
    particularly electronics and avionics, as well as the
    emerging medical and technology sectors. In 1966,
    Elron founded Elbit, which combined the expertise of
    the Ministry of Defense-Research Institute in special
    computer design with Elron's experience in electronic
    product design, manufacture and management.


    This is important information that Americans need to
    know and which they will not find in the
    Zionist-controlled media in the United States. It
    needs to be understood that the entire election
    process in the United States is a fraud. More than
    that, it is a fraud that is being perpetrated by the
    Israeli defense establishment on the naïve and
    gullible American public.

    The sine qua non of an honest and transparent election
    process is the open counting of the votes by the
    voters themselves in each polling station in front of
    the open eyes of other citizens and members of the
    media. Any compromise in this most fundamental and
    essential process which acts to remove the citizenry
    from the vote-counting process simply cannot be

    This is what Americans MUST get back to, in every
    polling station in the nation: paper ballots that are
    hand counted in front of the public.

    Nothing else will do to protect their democratic
    franchise in the United States - NOTHING.

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