It is a strange and frightening true
detective story. It contains fact, film, documents and visions seldom seen by
the public. It is a troubling look at the corruption of the American vote that
most Americans cannot bear to believe is even partly true.
The authors assert, and back it up
with daring reporting, that your vote and mine may now be a meaningless bit of
energy directed by preprogrammed computers — which can be fixed to select
certain pre-ordained candidates and leave no footprints or paper trail.
In short, computers are covertly
stealing your vote.
• For almost three decades the
American vote has been subject to government-sponsored electronic theft.
• The vote has been stolen from
you by a cartel of federal "national security" bureaucrats, who
include higher-ups in the Central Intelligence Agency, political party leaders,
Congressmen, co-opted journalists — and the owners and managers of the
major Establishment news media, who have decided in concert that how America's
votes are counted, by whom they are counted and how the results are verified
and delivered to the public is, as one of them put it, "Not a proper
area of inquiry."
• By means of an unofficial
private corporation named News Election Service (NES), the Establishment press
has actual physical control of the counting and dissemination of the vote, and
it refuses to let the public know how it is done.
This book also contends that the theft
of your vote or Votescam, is part of a supposedly patriotic
"collaboration" between federal officials and the news media that
began shortly after the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963, when the
"responsible" American press was persuaded by American intelligence
services to hide from the American people the actual implications of the
My brothers, Jim and Ken Collier,
report this story as if the "hounds of hell," as Ken used to put it,
were snapping at their journalistic heels.
I, too, am a journalist and editor by
profession, and a skeptic by training. Yet, as hard as I have tried not
to, I now believe they were actually holding the tail of an elephantine
conspiracy that they uncovered, inch by heart-rending inch.
After reading Votescam, the
impatient citizen may well ask: "Why if there is truth in the charges, are
there no indictments?"
That question is one of many provoked
by Votescam's reporting, and if Americans actually value their vote then
there will be indictments based on this book's data and documentation.
My brothers peeked behind Oz's curtain
and into a voting booth where people of power had secret hold of all the levers
— as well as all the keys on the computer keyboard.
Yes, that's one hell of a conspiracy
and it — as Jim and Ken uncorked it — doesn't stop there. You may be
shocked, annoyed, angry astounded or alarmed to find out where and how deep my
brothers feel it penetrates.
Votescam is one of the weirdest
trips 1990s Americans may take. My hope is that you will suspend disbelief for
a while and read it with an open mind. If it raises questions you will demand
Answers to "improper
inquiries" is what this book is about. It's what excellent journalism,
in its best days, is also about.