Election fraud is certainly nothing new, so widespread as to be universal. During the famous election rigging in the 2000 and 2004 Presidential elections, during which George W. Bush resoundingly lost to his opponents but was installed in the White House anyway, the following tricks were used. There was no way to support a recount as Diebold machines electronically captured the votes, and electronic results could be changed with no audit trail. Counts were easily changed by wifi laptops nearby, and were observed being changed. Ballots on paper were lost, at times found in dumpsters. And recounts were denied by Republican judges and state officials.
The clues that the vote in Scotland was rigged are many. The polls were on an upswing for the YES vote, and then suddenly turned the other way, at least in the press. Momentum on a much debated subject does not suddenly swing. Momentum going into the final days traditionally continues to build, reflecting undecided voters finally making a choice. What would have changed the direction? New facts? Polls are manipulated in several ways, by carefully choosing the respondents to skew the result, and by limiting the number of respondents. It is important to have the polls going into an election mirror the results. In Scotland, even the final polls only showed a 2% advantage to NO, vs a final result of almost 10%.
Where the focus is on how the observers were kept away from the counting tables, and how ballots were placed in the wrong piles, this is looking in the wrong direction. Paper ballots can be recounted, and were recounted. Fraud thus happened before the ballots reached the counting rooms. An example is Dundee where fire alarms emptied the rooms and the vote turnout was a full 6% lower than the rest of Scotland. Edinburgh had a turnout a full 10% below the rest of Scotland. Was the weather a deterrent? Thus the will of Scotland was stolen, for the EU, for the Queen, and for the establishment in general. In the end, it will not matter, as the Pole Shift will be a great leveler.