Monday, May 10, 2010

The Difference Between Elections in the UK & in Malaysia

1. In the UK, the election commission is impartial, not like in Malaysia. . ., macam baruah BN aje!
2. In the UK, there is no such thing as "if you do not vote for us, we will not develop your constituency".
3. In the UK, there is no such thing as "if you do not vote for us, you are ungrateful," or "you are pendatang", or "you can leave this country"!
4. In the UK, there is no such thing as what has been done by UMNO goons, i.e., taking your ID card before election by force or by bribing you!
5. In the UK, there are no phantom votes. The EC does not register 30 phantom voters in one address!
6. In the UK, there is no magic show of a sudden appearance of another ballot box to rig the votes.
7. In the UK, the armed forces personnel or government servants can vote for whoever they wish without fear or favour!
8. In the UK, you do not need to bribe 20 Sterling pounds to the voter.
9. In the UK, the police work for the voters and do not become the baruah for some particular political party!
10. In the UK, the political parties are not divided according to ethnic groups, skin color or religious faith.
11. In the UK, they do not threaten you with bloodbath a la May 13 if any party loses the election.

by arazak, May 10, 2010 comment on Malaysia Today, "Malaysians who voted in UK: Beware!"

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