Sunday, May 6, 2007

Vote Rigging In Ijok?

Barisan Nasional is still celebrating its victory in the Ijok state seat’s by-election held on April 28, 2007. The euphoria is far from over. But, BN has issued a verdict that Parti Keadilan Rakyat (People’s Justice Party) is already dead.

Very interesting. Yes, the verdict is very interesting. It is also misleading. But, it can become extremely intriguing, or even mind-boggling, if you know that the BN victory is actually not a victory after all…

All these while you have suspected the existence of phantom voters being imported from outside Ijok. This suspicion may be true. That, however, is not the primary factor which contributes to the BN victory.

The principal factor is the existence of extra ballot papers. These ballot papers were said to have been parked in one the safest places in Ijok.

I am not going to elaborate where were the papers exactly being kept or how the papers ‘found their ways’ into the ballot boxes all over the polling stations in Ijok on that day.

Just make your own intelligent guess. Do you believe that the voters’ turn-out on that day was really over 80 per cent? Very historic wasn’t it? But, can it not be the outcome of rigging? Think about it!

If PKR is very much interested about this rigging, why doesn’t the party instruct its people to park themselves at one warong right opposite the Ijok Police Station.

Ask them to snoop around and put their ears close to the ground. I am sure they will smell something there!

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