Democracy: Russian Style

New thugs same as the old thugs.

The Kremlin is planning to rig the results of Russia’s parliamentary elections on Sunday by forcing millions of public sector workers across the country to vote, the Guardian has learned.

Local administration officials have called in thousands of staff on their day off in an attempt to engineer a massive and inflated victory for President Vladimir Putin and his United Russia party. Voters are being pressured to vote for United Russia or risk losing their jobs, their accommodation or bonuses, the Guardian has been told in numerous interviews with byudzhetniki (public sector workers), students and ordinary citizens.

Why intimidate, Pooty Poot?

Just buy the students an iPod and 20% of them will do whatever the hell you want when it comes to voting.

One Response to “Democracy: Russian Style”

  1. The Retropolitan Says:

    I’d vote for Putin if he bought me an iPod. Even though deep down I know that he doesn’t have a chance of taking Utah or most of the northern states.

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