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The Last Election By Andrew Gamwell
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A dystopian fictional tale set after the 2015 UK General Election, ’The Last Election’ is a story of a family who escaped the 2019 rioting and subsequent breakdown of society. Living in... More > exile, our main character records notes and diary entries, setting out hopes and solutions with the hope that he and his family can one day return to the UK. "A Fictional Tale Narrating The Death Knell Of Society After The 2015 UK General Election” “Disturbing Story Where Fiction Appears To Mirror Fact”< Less
Jimmy Wilds: The Soldier Who Elected A Government By Douglas Forrest
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One of six children, Jimmy grew up in Dorset during the depression. He left school at fourteen to become a farm hand before working on the roads. When he heard about the peace accord with Germany he... More > joined the army before war started. He became a Royal Corps of Signals dispatch rider. This book follows Jimmy through the streets of Alexandria, Egypt, where he was the dispatch rider to the Mediterranean Fleet’s Headquarters, HMS Nile. He delivered messages to many prominent people. For five years he slept under canvas before returning to the UK. There he was answerable directly to Churchill and delivered some vital messages relating to the latter stages of the war. Jimmy’s positive attitude, coupled with his sense of duty, shines through. He never saw himself as a hero but he was a quiet, yet essential, part of the war machine. With untold stories of wartime events, this book will surprise and delight.< Less
Fatal Election By Mike Scantlebury
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The General Election of 2015 is tearing the country apart, dividing friends and family, colleagues and workers. Up north, in Salford, the rivalry is even worse, aided and abetted by a series of... More > terrorist outrages that has everyone on their toes. What is going on? Why are they being targeted? Only Mickey and Melia seem to have the ability to answer the questions, even though they aren't even close at the moment. They each have their own assignments. Mickey is on a canal barge, heavily disguised, working his way close to local politicians. Melia meanwhile, has been delegated to work with the Canadian Navy, temporarily berthed in Salford Docks with an enormous submarine. Why are they there? They have brought a present for the British government, they say, but seem surprisingly reluctant to hand it over. Melia wants to ditch the responsibility, and might have done, but for a rather attractive Lieutenant, who is taking up all her attention. Maybe, after all, Mickey will lose his place in her affections. Disaster!< Less
The Population Problem and the Presidential Election By Garcia-Gonzalez
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Since 2007 I have been, on and off, posting on the web statistical information and arguments in favor of mandatory population control which I have connected through the years to the US presidential... More > elections (2008-2012-2016) by claiming that population control is the number one issue in politics not only here but worldwide.< Less
Nigerian Elections In Historical Perspective By Olatunji Oloruntimehin
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In Nigeria, as in many other parts of Africa, democracy has had a chequered history, and remains fragile. Part of the explanation has been that dominant political forces constantly undermine the... More > effective involvement of the people as key players in the processes of governance. ‘Nigerian Elections in Historical Perspective’ seeks to find explanations to the problems of unrepresentative governments resulting in poor governance and retardation of economic and social development.< Less
Winning Elections Strategies And Manipulations By Alfred Mbati
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The game of knowing how to play the cards of Winning or Retaining Political Power / Elections is very intricate and complex. Only a few people have mastered the game. This booklet enlightens you on... More > how an Election is Planned, Organized, Executed and Won. The diversity and complexity of Politics / Elections usually determines who shall win or lose an election when it is properly mastered. As a contender in an election, your desire is to always have things panning out as you expect in spite of competing interests or entities.Politicians or Elections Entities are always faced with Political Cartels, Economic Cartels and Social Cartels who either directly / indirectly influence the outcome of the elections. This is crucial as it is the people who count the vote and not the people who vote that determine the winner of the election. Also, all State or Government Leaders are only front men who have been placed in those positions to distract you from the people who really run the country.< Less
The Italian General Election of 2013 By De Sio Lorenzo et al.
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Italy is experiencing in recent years a season of political instability and uncertainty, especially after the crisis of Silvio Berlusconi’s leadership in the centre-right camp. A situation... More > which has not improved after the results of the general election held in February 2013, whose overall outcome can be described as a dangerous stalemate. A new, anti-establishment party becoming the largest party with 25,6% of votes; the absence of any cohesive political majority in the Senate (whose vote of confidence is required); the installation of a government based on an oversized, hardly manageable political majority, led by Enrico Letta. How did all this happen? First answers to this question are presented in this book, which collects revised versions of short research notes published in Italian on the CISE (Italian Center for Electoral Studies) website between February and April 2013, along with additional material published in Italian and English by CISE scholars on the Italian and international media.< Less
The Philosophy of Governance By V Bright Saigal
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A Non – Fiction by V Bright Saigal. In a system every one should get maximum benefits out of governance, that is every individual’s right. This should be the philosophy of governance.... More > The functioning of the government should resemble that of a human body, a total co-ordination of every selfless organ. Philosophy and empty promises will not fill an empty stomach, but following through on the promises of satisfaction shall be a fulfilling food. False propaganda will not bear fruit, but ploughed land and hard work will garnish enough crops to feed the masses. Rights cannot be harvested unless the sense of duty is dutifully invested. Unless the sense of responsibility is honored the holiness of right is an empty promise. In the place it is honored there is prosperity, where there is not, it is a barren land.< Less
The Philosophy of Governance By V Bright Saigal
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A Non – Fiction by V Bright Saigal. In a system every one should get maximum benefits out of governance, that is every individual’s right. This should be the philosophy of governance.... More > The functioning of the government should resemble that of a human body, a total co-ordination of every selfless organ. Philosophy and empty promises will not fill an empty stomach, but following through on the promises of satisfaction shall be a fulfilling food. False propaganda will not bear fruit, but ploughed land and hard work will garnish enough crops to feed the masses. Rights cannot be harvested unless the sense of duty is dutifully invested. Unless the sense of responsibility is honored the holiness of right is an empty promise. In the place it is honored there is prosperity, where there is not, it is a barren land.< Less
General Election 2015 Unexpected Victory By Chandra Bouri
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My notes and views about the recent General Election in the UK. How no-one had any luck in predicting the outcome. Also what success I had in using my bookmaker's odds in my detailed look at all 650... More > constituences. Some facts and figures relating to the General Election.< Less