It seems many are trying to get on the gravy train or this “one” seriously making a genuine mistake to get himself known. We have been told by some Sarawak bloggers that some government officials just cannot help but try to be one of us. Is he a government official..?? You check up ……not my job hahaha
Its no easy meat to be a blogger and only those who have SOME haha ‘heart and soul” are considered BLOGGERS but those who try hard to be one are termed just a copy and paste copier machines.
This article on one trying to applepolish on Sarawak CM Taib and giving a hard baseball hit at Chin Su Phin might just get this blogger into some bother if you are to check this article which we have copied.
Who is this man..??
( former Sabah deputy chief minister Peter Pang En Yin)
Could we be wrong.??.”
Now this article..
|Inilah dia Chin Su Pig|
“Ini adalah satu penghinaan terhadap rakyat Sarawak khasnya Bumiputera, lebih-lebih lagi ia datang daripada ‘nyamuk’ yang langsung tidak memberikan apa-apa sumbangan kepada kekuatan BN.
“Untuk orang seperti Chin, perkara terbaik untuk dia lakukan sekarang ialah sertai saja DAP dan biar kami dalam BN ‘tampar’ nyamuk ini yang jelas semakin terjerat oleh perangkap DAP.
“BN tidak memerlukan orang seperti ini yang hanya menjadi duri dalam daging. Just go”, kata Idris.
Yes! Get out…go…go…chow…chow.
OOOoooh well..this does look like a goof up. In the light of events please leave it to the BLOGGERS.
Don’t campur lah…!!!
This is Chin Su Phin
and this is his resume.Our Sabahan blogger Bugi Wijaya gave us this :-
As a teenager, Su Phin always loved to go to the beach to build home and sandcastle. Little did he realize that 20 years later, he became one of the many successful developers who built homes for sale.
His skill and knowledge in the construction business had won him many acclaims in the construction business. The key to his success is to be able to complete the job within the time frame and be able to provide a good and quality works. To him, this all boils down to having a strong foundation in every levels of works that include team works.
“Building a home requires a team work from the architect, engineer, down to the workers and laborers.”
“The same goes to building a political organization. We must have the understanding from the various teams when carrying out the various responsibilities entrusted upon us by the central leadership,”Su Phin says.
He is happy to note the Party is made up of dedicated and loyal members who have stood by the Party throughout all these years and withstood all the political storms and criticisms from the opposing quarters. A personal sacrifice is called for if anyone would want to be in active party politics. Often this involves some ‘painful’ financial contributions.
For Inanam division chief, Su Phin, it’s a price to pay for loyalty.
Prior to joining the Party in 1990, the 46-year old former Public Works Department technical assistant had a successful business. He could have given full concentration on it and make money all for himself. But instead, he decided to commit himself to the Party and share much of what he has made for its interest.
But he is doing this for a greater purpose.
“I believe in the Party and in its objectives. That’s why I commit myself,” says the developer cum contractor who has recently completed a low-cost housing project in Balung, Tawau.
He notes that anyone who believes in something would be prepared to pay any cost for his commitment. Su Phin has been a Supreme Council member since 1991. Su Phin is married to Helen Wong and they have three children.