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Discover the real facts! Connection between George Soros, Bill Gates, Microsoft, and Smartmatic (implements EVMs worldwide)

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In 2017, Smartmatic’s Director admitted their system could produce “At Least One Million” phantom votes in the Venezuela election.

Bill Gates and Microsoft have had a relationship with Smartmatic for 20 years!

Qvive Editor: In a shocking revelation that raised eyebrows around the world, Smartmatic’s Director admitted in 2017 that their system had the capability to produce “at least one million” phantom votes in the Venezuela election. This admission sparked concerns about the integrity of the electoral process and raised questions about the security of electronic voting systems.

As one of the world’s largest democracies, India faces its own set of challenges when it comes to conducting free and fair elections. With a population of over a billion people spread across diverse regions, ensuring the accuracy and security of the voting process is a monumental task. The use of technology in elections has been a topic of debate, with proponents arguing for increased efficiency and accessibility, while many point to the risks of manipulation and fraud.

As seen in the case of Smartmatic’s admission, electronic voting systems can be vulnerable to exploitation and manipulation. In a country as vast and diverse as India, the stakes are even higher, making it essential to implement robust safeguards to protect the integrity of the democratic process. In this article, you’ll discover the link between Geroge Soros, Bill Gates, Microsoft, and Smartmatic.

Of course! Bill Gates and Microsoft gave Smartmatic voting machine application company an award back in 2000

Microsoft awards Smartmatic for technological innovation

Smartmatic was recognized as one of Microsoft’s Top Five Packaged Application Partners of the Year.

Redmond, July 15, 2000.- With only a few months operating, Smartmatic, the device-networking based solutions provider, is already recognized as one of Microsoft ‘s Top Five Packaged Application Partners of the Year, and the most outstanding in Latin America.
Microsoft’s award is oriented toward “excellence and innovation in the development of tailor made solutions and services”, as stated by the firm in an official press release. 875 companies from 79 countries participated in this edition, an unprecedented number in the history of these awards, which come in six different categories.
In the area of Packaged Applications, besides Smartmatic, there was also the Indian company Talisma Corp., as the most prominent in the Asia/South Pacific market, the German company Gluck & Kanja GmbH, in Europe; the Canadian company Pivotal Corp., in North America; and the South African Persetel Q. Data Chem, in Africa / Middle East.
Antonio Mugica, CEO of Smartmatic, and Alfredo Anzola, VP of Business Development, received the award for Latin America. Jim Allchin, Vice President of Platforms and member of the Microsoft Senior Leadership Team, responsible for the corporation’s business management, granted the award, together with its President, Bill Gates, and it’s CEO, Steve Ballmer.
With this award, Smartmatic enters the exclusive group of Microsoft’s most prominent partners in each of the five regions where this company operates. “These partners have developed outstanding solutions in their respective fields, and every finalist deserves the recognition”, says Charles Stevens, Vice President of Microsoft’s Enterprise Partner Group.

ElectionGuard is open-source software created by Microsoft, free of charge, as part of the company’s Defending Democracy Program. ElectionGuard uses technology called homomorphic encryption to keep people’s votes secret and secure while still enabling the math required to count votes.

April 24, 2017 : Smartmatic Appoints New Asia Pacific President

London-headquartered Smartmatic, the global leader in Automated Elections, Smart Cities, and Identity Management Solutions, has announced the appointment of Ramaakanth Sake as President of its Asia Pacific operations (APAC).

Ramaakanth Sake

Ramaakanth, based in Singapore, will assume the overall responsibility of directing Smartmatic’s operations and organization throughout the Asia Pacific region. As president of APAC, Ramaakanth will oversee India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, all Southeast Asia, Oceania, Korea, Japan and China.

Since its inception in 2000, Smartmatic has developed and manufactured in Asia more than 275,000 voting and counting machines. Its R&D lab in Taiwan has been crucial to the consolidation of its position as the undisputed leader in the industry. Smartmatic has helped conduct the three largest electronic vote counting projects in Asia and has successfully completed Smart City projects in the Philippine provinces of Bataan and Bulacan.

According to Smartmatic CEO Antonio Mugica, Ramaakanth’s appointment holds a strategic importance to the company as he points out that the Asia-Pacific region is “shaping up to be a key engine for the global economy, opening enormous opportunities for the industry.”

“I am confident that Ramaakanth’s experience, energy, and vision, combined with strategic-thinking, excellent sales track-record and exceptional leadership abilities, will make him the ideal executive to lead our efforts as we partner with forward-thinking governments in the region wishing to embrace technology solutions to improve governance,” Mugica said.

Confident about opening even more opportunities for Smartmatic in the region, Ramaakanth said “I am excited to join Smartmatic’s passionate and energetic team. I look forward to partnering with election commissions, and governments across the APAC region to bring efficiency and transparency to their elections and improve the life quality of citizens.”

Ramaakanth has enjoyed a successful career spanning over two decades. Before joining Smartmatic, he worked for the Tata’s and then Motorola Solutions for 20 years in India and Singapore, where he rose to the position of Vice President-MSSSI.

About Smartmatic

Smartmatic is a technology company that develops and implements technology and services to help governments become more transparent and efficient. It employs over 600 people in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium, US, Mexico, Barbados, Haiti, Brazil, Panama, Venezuela, Colombia, Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan.

The company also produces smart cities solutions (including public safety and public transportation), identity management systems for civil registration and authentication products for government applications.

BLAST FROM THE PAST: Smartmatic CEO Introduces Creepy Bill Gates at Global Citizen Conference in June 2015

A photo resurfaced on Friday night of Smartmatic CEO introducing creepy Bill Gates at the Global Citizen Conference in June 2015.

The Global Citizen is a globalist social justice organization aimed at ridding global poverty through socialism.
The organization includes the support of prominent leftist leaders including Bill Gates, the Obamas and Pope Francis.

In 2015 Smartmatic CEO Antonio Mugica introduced Bill Gates at the Global Citizen conference.

Antonio Mugica is a former Chavez lackey and is the founder and CEO of Smartmatic voting systems.

The Smartmatic software application was used in the voting machines to steal elections for the dictators running Venezuela and this year in the United States to steal the election away from President Trump:

Ref: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/12/exclusive-read-explosive-report-dominion-voting-systems-given-legislators/

But we didn’t realize until today that Gates’ relationship with Smartmatic goes way back to the year 2000. In a post we found on the Wayback Machine, Smartmatic reported that they received an award from Microsoft:

We uncovered a similar post at Smartmatic at about the same time:

Here is what was noted at the bottom of the press release:

Bill Gates and Microsoft have had a relationship with Smartmatic for 20 years!

Elections.Smartmatic : Jul 22, 2016

India promotes proposal for the development of electronic voting machines

The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s administration supports startups developing electronic voting machines as part of a plan to boost accelerators in India. The Cabinet has approved the initiative to create secure, reliable, and affordable devices with paper vote receipts. The objective is to give emerging talent the opportunity to contribute to democracy and electoral processes. The Prime Minister aims to provide developers with a competitive technology framework. The plan includes incentives for startups that find technology to prevent vote manipulation. Several schools in the country have adopted e-government initiatives to promote education and encourage participation.

https://www.smartmatic.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Improving-Election-Integrity-Through-Technology-2022-1.pdf

Smartmatic Director Admitted in 2017 that Their System Was Able to Create “At Least One Million” Phantom Votes in that Year’s Venezuela Election

Smartmatic has been stealing elections in Venezuela since at least 2004.

In Ausust 2017 Smartmatic Director Antonio Mugica admitted that the Smartmatic machines and software created at least one million phantom votes in the national elections in Venezuela.

Mugica added that the fact election observers were not in the room helped Smartmatic machines steal the election.

This statement by Mugica was in August 2017.

The related Dominion equipment is used in North Carolina, Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona and Pennsylvania– key battleground states this year.

According to Townhall, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a statement last week defending the integrity of the 2020 election. The problem, however, is two of the main election software companies that have been called into question – Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic – sit on CISA.

Via Tracy Connors.

Election Company: Venezuela Result was Tampered

Smartmatic implicated in alleged bribery scheme involving top Filipino election official

September 22, 2023:

Smartmatic, the voting technology company suing Fox News and former President Donald Trump’s top allies over their false claims that its machines rigged the 2020 election, was implicated in an alleged bribery scheme involving the former top election official in the Philippines, according to court filings obtained by CNN.

The court documents indicate that the Justice Department has filed money laundering charges against former Filipino election administrator Andres Bautista – and that four executives from Smartmatic subsidiaries are implicated as uncharged co-conspirators. 

The bribery claims are sure to reverberate in Smartmatic’s ongoing defamation cases. Trump allies repeatedly peddled the lie that the company manipulated the results in 2020, despite the fact that its machines were only used in one California county that year. 

Smartmatic spokeswoman Samira Saba said in a statement that the Florida-based company “has never won a project through any illegal means” and stressed that the claims in the Bautista case are “not related to Smartmatic election security or integrity.”

Smartmatic filed massive defamation suits against Fox News, Newsmax, OAN, several individual Fox hosts, ex-Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and others. They all deny wrongdoing. 

Some of these pro-Trump figures have tried to push back against the defamation suits by highlighting Smartmatic’s ties to Venezuela and its involvement in foreign elections. 

OAN recently asked a judge to let them seek records from the Philippines government and other countries as part of the discovery process, claiming they have files about “investigations… scandals.. and major problems” involving Smartmatic machines. 

The Smartmatic co-conspirators in the Philippines-related criminal case aren’t identified by name in the court filing obtained by CNN, which says they allegedly “caused or attempted” to funnel $4 million to Bautista “in violation of US money laundering laws.”

According to the charging documents, the Smartmatic executives used “slush funds” and “fake contracts” to facilitate alleged bribes and masked their actions with phony email accounts. “Salsa” was their code word for “money,” the documents alleged. 

Bautista awarded $199 million in contracts to Smartmatic for about 94,000 voting machines and to handle the results of the Philippines’ presidential election in 2016.

Additional Information:

Smartmatic implicated in alleged bribery scheme involving top Filipino election official

Picture of the logo of Smartmatic. (Photo by Ronaldo SCHEMIDT / AFP) (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)

Picture of the logo of Smartmatic. (Photo by Ronaldo SCHEMIDT / AFP) (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images) Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty ImagesCNN — 

Smartmatic, the voting technology company suing Fox News and former President Donald Trump’s top allies over their false claims that its machines rigged the 2020 election, was implicated in an alleged bribery scheme involving the former top election official in the Philippines, according to court filings obtained by CNN.

The court documents indicate that the Justice Department has filed money laundering charges against former Filipino election administrator Andres Bautista – and that four executives from Smartmatic subsidiaries are implicated as uncharged co-conspirators. 

The bribery claims are sure to reverberate in Smartmatic’s ongoing defamation cases. Trump allies repeatedly peddled the lie that the company manipulated the results in 2020, despite the fact that its machines were only used in one California county that year. 

Smartmatic spokeswoman Samira Saba said in a statement that the Florida-based company “has never won a project through any illegal means” and stressed that the claims in the Bautista case are “not related to Smartmatic election security or integrity.”

Smartmatic filed massive defamation suits against Fox News, Newsmax, OAN, several individual Fox hosts, ex-Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and others. They all deny wrongdoing. 

Some of these pro-Trump figures have tried to push back against the defamation suits by highlighting Smartmatic’s ties to Venezuela and its involvement in foreign elections. 

OAN recently asked a judge to let them seek records from the Philippines government and other countries as part of the discovery process, claiming they have files about “investigations… scandals.. and major problems” involving Smartmatic machines. 

The Smartmatic co-conspirators in the Philippines-related criminal case aren’t identified by name in the court filing obtained by CNN, which says they allegedly “caused or attempted” to funnel $4 million to Bautista “in violation of US money laundering laws.”

According to the charging documents, the Smartmatic executives used “slush funds” and “fake contracts” to facilitate alleged bribes and masked their actions with phony email accounts. “Salsa” was their code word for “money,” the documents alleged. 

Bautista awarded $199 million in contracts to Smartmatic for about 94,000 voting machines and to handle the results of the Philippines’ presidential election in 2016. 

Smartmatic supports 24 Elections in 11 Countries in 2021

Smartmatic helped 11 countries modernize their elections with cutting-edge technology solutions

United States, Boca Raton – December 31, 2021 – Election modernization had a remarkable 2021 as authorities from around the world relied on cutting-edge technology to overcome challenges and deliver successful elections. A leading election technology provider, Smartmatic helped conduct 24 elections in 11 countries providing a wide range of technology solutions, from election administration to voter authentication, all the way to online voting.

“2021 was a remarkable year for election modernization,” said Antonio Mugica, Smartmatic’s CEO. “Countries in all corners of the world relied on technology solutions to hold their elections, even in the face of a pandemic, lock downs and faltering supply chains. I’m proud that we were able to assist authorities in the United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Honduras, Albania, Estonia, Zambia, Benin, Uganda, Georgia, Argentina, and the United States.”

London
Working with partner CGI, the primary contractor to the Greater London Authority, Smartmatic ensured the count for the London Mayoral and London Assembly elections was a success, processing approximately 7.9 million ballot papers (nearly 10.5 million votes) over two days. The counting period was extended to allow for COVID restrictions, including reduced staff and social distancing. Authorities published results on its public server in real-time. London has more than 6.1 million registered voters.

Los Angeles County
Following a massive deployment for the 2020 general election, Los Angeles County again used its Smartmatic-built VSAP ballot marking devices in several local elections. A trusted partner of America’s largest voting jurisdiction, Smartmatic provided deployment logistic services as well as Help Desk support in four of those elections.

Bulgaria
In 2021, Bulgaria took a decisive step toward the modernization of its elections with the deployment of Smartmatic A4-517 voting machines in 8 elections. Three of those deployments had nationwide reach and involved 9,600 Smartmatic voting machines. Working with Ciela Norma, the primary partner to Bulgaria’s Central Electoral Commission (CEC), Smartmatic also provided backend services and support functions, such as Help Desk.

During the November parliamentary elections, more than 400 voting machines were used at Bulgarian embassies in 21 countries, leading to the first-ever election in which votes cast abroad were tallied as timely as those cast in-country.

Albania
Albania’s Central Election Commission (CEC) modernized crucial phases of its 2021 elections using cutting-edge technology. 5,538 Smartmatic biometric voter authentication kits were used nationwide in 3,500 polling places to authenticate voters. To ensure a successful election, Smartmatic recruited and trained more than 460 election workers and provided extensive backend, logistics and voter-education services. In addition,

Electronic voting was also available in Tirana, the capital. Voters, political parties observers and other stakeholders praised the implementation of the new technology.

Estonia
Estonia held a new national election offering the online voting system developed by the Smartmatic-Cybernetica joint venture in 2014. Since the introduction of online voting in Estonia in 2005, voter participation has risen continuously. The 2021 elections saw online participation reach 47% of all votes cast.

Zambia
The Electoral Commission of Zambia deployed Smartmatic biometric e-Poll books during the Presidential and Parliamentary elections held in August. 1,000 portable biometric devices were used at polling sites to authenticate voters against Zambia’s clean voter database. The e-Poll books also helped administer polling stations.

Smartmatic provided registration services, training and 2,900 portable biometric kits to register voters ahead of the elections. These kits are equipped to capture voters’ biometric and biographical information, including personal data, fingerprints, facial photograph and signature. The company also helped conducting registry de-duplication to ensure a clean and reliable voter database.

Uganda
In 2021, Smartmatic assisted the Electoral Commission of Uganda to expand and update its nationwide voter authentication system. Smartmatic provided 38,500 biometric voter authentication kits; a central system to integrate, manage and administer kits; warehousing; installation, configuration and testing; call center services; and field logistics. Smartmatic also provided training for thousands of employees, including headquarter operators, field operators, support technicians and EC system administrators. This effort registered about 3 million new voters.

Honduras  
The National Electoral Council of Honduras used a Smartmatic biometric solution to accurately authenticate more than 3 million voters during the general elections. This was Honduras’ first-ever deployment of biometrics.

International electoral observers, civil society organizations and political party representatives who closely monitored the entire process gave a positive rating to this first implementation of biometric technology in the country.

Benin
Using TIVI, Smartmatic’s online voting solution, Benin became the first African nation to use online voting in a binding government election. More than 47,000 voters cast their ballots using the online system during a 24-hour election period. The system design provided Benin officials with complete end-to-end verifiability, a key requirement to ensure transparency.

Georgia 
Deployed a Smartmatic solution to electronically register and count votes for the two rounds of its municipal elections. Using our 1800-plus scanners, voters’ ballots were processed in 31 polling stations. Georgia is implementing a series of reforms and regulations to improve the integrity of its elections to make them more representative and to improve the efficiency of its election administration.

Argentina
Set new records for the speed and accuracy of its provisional results using a Smartmatic solution to digitize and transmitted tally reports. Using Smartmatic’s technology, some 13,000 operators digitized and transmitted tally reports from approximately 11,000 polling stations. This system was also employed in 2019, leading to considerable improvements in speed, accuracy and transparency at that time.

Fox searches for link between George Soros and Smartmatic

Request comes as news group faces $2.7bn defamation case from voting technology company over election rigging claims

Fox News is attempting to force billionaire George Soros to disclose any connections to Smartmatic, a voting technology company suing Fox for $2.7 billion over claims made on its network that the 2020 US election was rigged. Fox lawyers argue that comments made by guests on the network about Soros and Smartmatic may not have been defamatory. They point to a past relationship between Soros and Mark Malloch-Brown, the former chairman of Smartmatic’s parent company. Soros’ lawyers have rejected the request as harassment. This comes as Fox works to limit legal costs from the defamation suit, following a $787.5 million settlement with another election tech company Dominion in a similar case.

Ref: https://www.ft.com/content/918e7c25-363c-4181-a967-0875dbe22b30

We’ve uncovered that Bill Gates was connected to Smartmatic, the voting machine application company connected to George Soros, much earlier than previously known. Microsoft gave Smartmatic an award way back in 2000

Many Claimed that Smartmatic has been owned by George Soros (officially) since 2014

Since November 2014, Smartmatic became the property of George Soros, the demonized speculator of Hungarian origin accused of causing financial collapses like the one in 2008.
The news was made public on November 24, 2014 on the firm’s own website. election automation www.smartmatic.com.

It said that the until then leader of the firm of Venezuelan origin, Antonio Mugica, and the British lord Mark Malloch-Brown had decided to form a new organization called SGO.

A first point highlights the role assigned to technology to achieve profound social change. To this end, it proposes empowering individual citizens through voting and promoting data sharing between citizens and their governments.

The other point is to specify that the English lord is Soros’ main bureaucratic operator.

His official profile shows him as vice president of the Quantum Fund, Soros’ main fund, and as a director of the Open Society Institute and the International Crisis Group. His ties to Soros date back to 1993.

Previously, his activity in Latin America stands out within a political consulting firm that advised Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada, in Bolivia, Mario Vargas Llosa, in Peru, and the Chilean opposition against Augusto Pinochet.

Malloch-Brown is a journalist and began his public activity in the newspaper The Economist.

He has been a career United Nations official since at least 1979, when he was involved with refugee services in the Cambodian crisis. There he began working with Kofi Annan, who two decades later would be the secretary general of the UN.

His relationship with the refugee agenda may have led him to links with Soros over the conflict in the Balkans.

In 1999 he became administrator of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), a position from which he offered to collaborate with the dialogue between the government of Hugo Chávez and the opposition in Venezuela, with the express purpose of promoting a recall referendum. . Under his auspices, the UNDP sent observers to collect the signatures required for the consultation.

It is worth highlighting the “coincidence” that Smartmatic’s public display in electoral matters occurred precisely with its hiring, after an international bidding, to carry out the recall in August 2004.

Given the development of history, it is not unreasonable to consider the possibility that the push for the signature as an electoral solution came from Malloch Brown and Soros.

For this it was very convenient to position the idea that Smartmatic was a creation of Chavismo.

It should be added that the British baron was Annan’s chief of staff at the UN in 2006, and then, between 2007 and 2009, foreign minister for Africa, Asia and the United Nations during Gordon Brown’s government in the United Kingdom.

His profile presents him as a member of the Labor Party, although until 2015 he was a member of the House of Lords.

His boss, George Soros, however, has a much more worrying profile.

In 2014 he acknowledged having promoted a coup d’état in Ukraine and his links with the opposition that promoted EuroMaidan.

He is linked to the liquidation of the Socialist States of Eastern Europe in the 1980s and 1990s through donations to organizations such as Solidarity in Poland and Charter 77 in Czechoslovakia.

He is a supporter of economic liberalism and its policies. Between 1979 and 2011, he donated more than $8 billion to causes related to these positions, to promote political changes in his favor.

He is a promoter of the doctrine of the “responsibility to protect”, or to intervene in “humanitarian crises”.

It is worth remembering that in November 2015, the Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia classified the Soros Foundation as an “undesirable organization” that represents a threat to national security and the constitutional order of the country, in addition, the Prosecutor’s Office imposed a ban on all citizens of the country to participate in any project initiated by Soros.
In this report there are original contents of a note prepared for the Ciudad Ccs newspaper.

Source: The Programme on Democracy & Technology, Crunchbase-Image, PSUV, TheCEO, CNN, GP, Wikipedia, Twitter,

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