That is according to this Labour MP who introduced this ten minute bill :
"People who are not registered to vote should not expect to get state pensions and other benefits, says a Labour MP."
"She said it would restore millions to the electoral register at a stroke and "ensure they engage" in democracy."
But even more breathtaking is this :
"If you don't like living in a democracy, fine, but don't expect all the good things that democracy offers in return," she said."
First of all the right to withhold your vote (consent ) is also part of the democratic process(KT is a supporter of the "None of the above" option), it allows people who think all parties are corrupt and full of lairs (and people who dont care about politics) to not consent to being governed by thieves.
The other point i want to make is this, what happens if you dont register to vote, The MP says you wont get state benefits, does it mean that in return the state will not tax you, will allow you to keep your own money and make your own choices? Is this really an "opt out" of the state?
""If you don't like living in a democracy, fine, but don't expect all the good things that democracy offers in return,"
So if i dont consent (register to vote) then i wont receive benefits and i wont be taxed, if so KT is attracted to this. If KT would still be taxed then the idea is one sided and will only benefit the state!