Sunday, October 23, 2016

Why I am against Electronic Elections=US Elections


Why I am against Electronic Elections = US Elections

President Putin is an ex-KBG guy who knows how to fiddle with foreign affairs.
He is crafty but he will leave behind electronic traces in spite of the Zombie attacks.
This is why I am against Electronic Elections.
Data can be manipulated at the data entry level.
It is possible to erase the evidence of tampering.
This I called the software.
The HARDWARE is the physical ballot paper that should be retained for scrutiny.
I think American Electronic Election Commission should take advice from our former Commissioner of Election (at least as an observer if not an adviser) Mahinda Deshapriya who did a yeoman service under tremendous pressure.
He was ready to give order to shoot above the knee if anybody tries to tamper with the voting.
That worked in Ceylon where there is a big mafiosi dealing with illegal baby elephant trade.

 

Vladimir Putin's Russia: Will It Rock America's Vote?

No He cannot in a democracy.

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Baby Elephant Saga

Baby Elephant Saga
Monks, Judges, Politicians,Veterinary Surgeons, Media Men covering up facts are not above LAW! 
What the monk should do is to derobe voluntarily (without abusing the saffron cloth) and face the law of the land.

Some of the sexual abuses will come out then.
Read my piece Vigilance Necessary and British Media Guy!


Reproduction

ECONOMY
A deepening crisis within Sri Lanka’s unity government threatens to undermine a crackdown against high profile individuals, including monks and a magistrate accused of stealing baby elephants, official sources said Friday.

The alleged partisan police action against those illegally keeping baby elephants had also figured as justification for President Maithripala Sirisena’s outburst against Premier Ranil Wickremesinghe’s government.

A top official source close to both sides of the political divide said President Sirisena was miffed that police had taken action against two Buddhist monks for keeping baby elephants while turning a blind eye to another.

"The president could order the release of all these elephants and if that happens, it will be a major setback for conservation," the official said. "We hope the president will not take such a decision."

The President publicly criticised the three main anti-graft bodies for working according to a political agenda, apparently of Prime Minister’s United National Party, and heightened a cold war.

The unexpected public censure of the independent bribery commission saw its Director General Dilrukshi Wickramasinghe step down.

The government is expected to review the work of the Financial Crimes Investigations Division and the Criminal Investigations Division with a view to making drastic changes at the top.

Jumbos have become the another example of the alleged politically-motivated inquiries pursued by the police, according to the President’s camp.

Elephants have become a sensitive subject since the President came under pressure from the Buddhist hierarchy to release seized animals.

The monks had argued that they will not have the sufficient number of elephants for the main pageant in Kandy, but the event passed off in August with the participation of over 80 elephants, the minimum requirement.

"The argument that there was a shortage of tamed elephants for cultural events no longer holds, but the political crisis could see some of the seized se animals given back to the (illegal) owners," the official said.

Wild Life Director General Sumith Pilapitiya resigned in June after refusing to carry out an illegal order to return the animals that were taken over by the department during their investigations into illegal ownership of jumbos.

Wildlife minister Gamini Jayawickrama Perera has told parliament that he was determined to stop the illegal trade, but it is not clear if he will be able to resist influential groups with access to the President.

Almost every tamed baby elephant had been captured from the wild after killing its mother, according to wildlife experts who have been following the department’s conservation efforts.

Elephant calves have also been known to be killed by the tranquiliser drugs used to make them more docile for capture.

About 40 elephants are reported to have been stolen from national parks in the past decade.

 

One Cannot Sign off or log off Gmail, WHY?


One Cannot Sign off or log off Gmail, WHY?

Google and Gmail are hooked to all the Android devices once signed in you cannot log off from the device.

How to avoid this?

Do not use Androids. 
Pay a lot and buy Apple Mac.
Better still dash it on the floor that Google and Android go into pieces and then go and buy an Apple Mac.

After 24 hours of struggling and too complaints (not replied) I decided to pen this.


Google expects YOU to be in YOUR own trouble and find a way out YOURSELF.

Google help is enormous RUBBISH.

Only way I could have some respite is to PUT synchronization off for never.

Then again, when you want a service like Google Play or Blogger you have to sign again or switch on the synchronization.

What does it do to your battery?

It drains off in no time with lot of application in READY Mode but rarely used.

It slows down your Android.

What are the options.

1. Do not use Android for mission critical work.

2. Use your wired computer for work which is fabulously fast.

3. Switch off your Android and do not overuse it with your fingers or nails, when on holiday and enjoy the sunshine.

Use only ergonomic keyboard.

We spent years developing the typewriter and then the computer keyboard with added F-1 to F-12 Function keys which we rarely use NOW.

Androids have destroyed human ingenuity and make ordinary guys and gals like you are treated like monkeys run by an American company.

4. Do not fiddle with the screen when stressed, YOU get arthritis before 35 years.

5. Use yahoo.com or AOL.com email, instead.


This is what it says at Google Help but it never works.

Why?
Help that does not Help an ordinary GUY like ME.
  
Below is a bit of rubbish help from Google.

Tap "Settings" on the home screen to open the Settings screen. Tap "Accounts & Sync" to see all Google accounts. Tap the first account and then tap "Remove Account" to remove the account from your Android device. Tap "Remove Account" to confirm.