Last Updated on April 28, 2023
Paraguayan President Marito Abdo Benitez, who’s widely considered a World Economic Forum and CIA hack by his own people, has led his nation into an electronic voting machine fiasco after giving Paraguayans a false choice between two “different” software options in adopting a national electronic voting format.
President Abdo’s government began the switch to electronic elections in 2020, prepping for the Presidential Election of 2023. The first electronic voting option to be presented to Paraguayans was from the clearly Soros-connected “Smartmatic” election company. It’s controlled by top and long-serving Soros (and Epstein-linked) henchman, Mark Malloch-Brown.
Knowing that the Soros pill would be hard for Paraguayans to swallow, Abdo used a beard – or a mask – in the form of a non-Paraguayan businessman to create the illusion that his government was considering two electronic election options.
“Magic Software Argentina” (MSA), which is also controlled by a top and long-serving Soros henchman, Eduardo Elsztain, was presented as this second option.
Magic Software was ultimately chosen – but not much changed depending on which company won the bid.
In both cases, George Soros, who has recently been closely affiliated with an uncovered transnational drug trafficking operation inside Paraguay, was going to be the winner.
The Paraguayan people revolted, and in late 2022 a mysterious fire destroyed some 8,500 voting machines.
The links between Soros and MSA’s Elsztain, who’s reportedly the largest property developer in Argentina, are tangible and public. Decades ago, though Elsztain was inexperienced and unknown at the time, Soros saw something he liked in the Argentine, so much so that he gave him $10 million.
According to Elsztain’s own recollection, “[George Soros and I] talked for an hour or so, and then he asked how much money I thought I could handle. I told him I could manage $10 million.” Soros, as Elsztain remembers it, simply said “Okay, no problem.”
Soros later explained his seemingly impulsive investment by saying that Elsztain “knew when to sell and when to buy.”
In 2019, a group of computer experts detected a series of irregularities in the electronic voting system that was used in the provincial elections in Salta, a major Argentinian city and state. Despite the blatant election integrity issue, local authorities did not allow a complete audit of the source code provided by MSA – matching what occurred in the recent fraudulent 2022 elections in neighboring Brazil.
Now, serious concerns are being raised by serious people that similar problems will follow MSA to Paraguay.
According to the Paraguayan mainstream press, it is worth mentioning that the ballot printing mechanism used by Magic Software Argentina is the only one in the world based on RFID chips, which – according to experts – are vulnerable to hacking.
This ballot security issue has been harshly questioned by various experts, due to the high risk it poses for fraud in Paraguay’s Sunday, April 30th Presidential Election.
This story is developing and will continue to be updated. Stick with National File as the situation in Paraguay continues to unfold.