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1 1 Mobile phone to silent mode, Introduction & Stickers, Outline of Programme and Duration, Expected results, Register, Scribe for FAQ & Feedback form, Time-keeper.

2 2 Correct question should be: Can you afford not to vote? In life, asking the wrong question, gives you the wrong answer ! Video: This Concerns Us AllThis Concerns Us All

3 3 WHY HOW WHAT

4 4 Why should we vote? Or even register to vote? WHY BOTHER?

5 5 Apathy: No point. System is unfair, Lazy: Too troublesome to go to post office, No facilities: Not convenient to register, Automatic: No! They can’t force me! Afraid my vote can be detected, REASONS NOT TO BOTHER

6 6 Trust: Don’t trust politicians, Fed-up with politics, Apartheid, Discrimination, Lack of education opportunities, Lack of scholarships, I am leaving at the 1 st opportunity. REASONS NOT TO BOTHER

7 7 WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE? For every reason we have not to vote, there is a more compelling reason to vote!

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9 9 Don’t let others speak for you! What about your younger brothers or sisters who can’t vote? What about your sick grandpa or grandma? What about the sick and blind? What about those in prison who cannot vote? Hospitals, Mental institutions, Friends and relatives overseas, Even outstation on polling day. Will you speak for them?

10 10 IT’S BECOMING GROOVY TO VOTE!

11 ECONOMICS

12 MUCH POORER OFF Where you are today, is not an accident. It’s by design !

13 13 CORRUPTION: WE HAVE LOST RM 1.1 T RM 39,000/person! Highest in the world per capita ! illegal-money-chart-RM150b-lost-in-2009?p=11519#post11519 Global Financial Integrity (GFI) reports that Malaysia lost USD 338 Billion (RM 1.08 trillion) from year 2000 – th largest in the world!

14 14 How much is RM 1.08 Trillion? RM 100 notes stacked all the way from Singapore to Phuket! That’s RM 540 B every 5 years. RM 4.86 Billion per Parliamentary seat. Each voter in Sabah lost RM 150,000 Each vote in Sarawak lost RM 165,000 = 78% of US Govt’s gold in Fort Knox! tonnes 260,272,000 oz With Gold price: RM 5297/oz

15 What can you get with RM 1.08 T ? Every family can have a herd of 72 cows! 15 Now do you understand why politicians want to buy your vote? 4,320 Every Constituency can have 20 NFC’s!

16 16 NATIONAL FEEDLOT CORPORATION BOARD OF MANAGEMENT Daughter age: 25Son age: 27 Son age: 31 Husband RM215,000 monthly

17 17 Mar 2008: What if ? 3,134 votes can give Party B a 2/3’s majority! Would you have voted if you knew you could help Party B get 2/3 majority? 3,134 votes

18 18 Mar 2008: What if ? 56,842 votes can bring Party P to Putrajaya! Would you have voted if you could help Party P get to Putrajaya ? 56,842 votes

19 You cannot afford not to vote ! Your current financial situation is not an accident ! It’s due to corruption and poor management. You cannot afford a car nor a house. Your parents have to help with the down payment. It takes 2 generations to pay off. What about abandoned houses? Why is the govt not protecting the people? Your parents still have to support you. They cannot retire. What are you doing about it? Register and vote ! 19

20 That brings us to the end of PACABA 0.4 Why Vote ? The next part will be PACABA 0.5 Where are we headed ? Please join our movement. Go to Click at the top yellow banner to go to pacabatraining site to sign up with Tindak Malaysia and be trained as a PACABA.www.tindakmalaysia.com Thank you for listening. Together, we can make a difference ! 20


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