I don't even want to post it here because it's plainly obvious, but whatever.
So anyway. Austria just had its election and the "far right" guy lost 49.7% to the green party, who won at 50.3%. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36362505
Here's the thing. Why is it that all of these democracies are always split down the middle 50/50? Why is it that when people vote, they never agree on something so much you get 70%+?
But wait, I'm getting ahead of myself. So when the people went out to vote yesterday, the "right wing" guy was butchering everyone. He was set to win this, easy mode. Then they get the mail votes today. Somehow, Austria has set a record for mail votes. They have received over 3 times the average amount, and 2/3rds of them were for the "green party" guy. Just enough to put this guy a half a percent above his competition and get him to win the election, even though everyone predicted he would lose by a landslide.
Now I personally find this weird because the mail in votes don't reflect the votes by the people who actually showed up to the polls. Statistically speaking, it shouldn't matter if you mail in your vote, or show up for it. Given a large enough population (we're talking millions here, so yeah, large enough) all votes should follow a similar pattern. Just like one roulette table should be identical to another roulette table given enough spins. But this wasn't the case here. And now the voting record shows, some towns have had a 147% voter turnout.
Suspicious as fuck if you ask me, especially since the "right wing" party who was set to win this was against rapefugees.Archiving this just in case.
The word "misogyny" is like a bad joke, dropped at the first sign of trouble.