In 1960 Smokey Robinson wrote the song,”Whose Lovin’ You..?” Eversince the songs release many have taken turns to sing the song with the Jackson 5, late Michael Jackson, Michael Buble and recently Shaheen Jafargholi singing at the Michael Jackson Memorial.
A former political secretary during the SNAP era said the present G5 “sacked”and SUPP 7 “staying out of SUPP’s hq”-factional disagreement will need to be solved as the impending elections will leave the 35 out of 71 seats in jeopardy.
The 3 coalition parties in SUPP,PRS,SPDP needs to change with time. Politics changes with time and the parties cannot hold on to the same “formula” to stake a claim for their ‘agreed and consensus ” seats.
SNAP during its peak time had 18 seats but what happen to SNAP? Is SNAP still around or for that matter PBDS?
PBB with 36 seats no doubt he said “tried and tested” will still be a tough nut to crack and PR would not find it easy to even break the stranglehold. The past few months prior to the GE13 there were a lot of ill-feelings and mistrusts amongst the Barisan partners.
There was ‘open warfare” plus sabotaging but though the grassroots were fighting each other for their parties survival the top echelon leaders have yet to use the “guillotine” to chop the traitors to BN.
The usual brushing under the carpet syndrome “show us the proof..?” plus they are doing just to out manoeuvre the opposition will catch up with BN sooner than expected. BN must squeeze the living daylights out of the ‘traitors’ or what we know bests and nothing will happen to BN will shatter in front of everyone.
Did we not hear what the former SUPP President George Chan said to the Prime Minister when he losts in 2011?
Let’s be realistic and James Masing is up to his usual notoriety says a political enforcer in SPDP.
This extracted from FMT,”Irrespective of how SPDP president William Mawan feels, PRS will accept the ‘errant’ five if they decide to join, said its president James Masing.
Did James forget to ask someone else says an SPDP Youth Exco. If we remember rightly please check the May 16th 2013 article and we did find the statement as ,’Bengoh state assemblyman Dr Jerip Susil seems to think the possibility of this happening is “very real”.
WHY IS JAMES SO CHOOSY?
He should be saying to SUPP,”Whose Lovin’ You ..?” Instead he chooses to court the G5. This extract,”In an immediate reaction to Nansian, Masing who is a Senior Minister in taib’s state administration said: “Since Mawan and SPDP cannot compromise with the group, it is better for them to join any of the existing BN parties rather than joining the opposition.’
Looking at events happening in recent days it does seem that the G5 are getting “jittery” says a senior SPDP supreme council member. SPDP will still lay claim to the 4 seats eventhough the assemblyman joins another component party. SPDP will still maintain its 8 seats and will not compromise of anything less.
The G5 must be reminded that in 2011 Assistant Minister Larry Sng was not included in PRS candidates list. Will they be given the seats? Of course the risks is there if BN breaks the consensus and “all hell will break loose”
What if SPDP makes the move and offer Wong Soon Koh and his assemblyman to join them? Did not Jerip said the deregistration is ‘real.?”
Why is James not courting the SUPP7..?
Well this is what a former SUPP member who has drawn up a way for the politicians as an escape route:-
Option 1 is for Chin to register SUPP Baru for his supporters.
Option 2 is forming a new party and
Option 3 is for members to join any of the existing parties within BN.
“Don’t forget there is also the Barisan Nasional Party (BNP) which was registered as a political party in January 1974. It receives anyone who is not a member of other BN political parties as a direct member of Barisan Nasional.
Could this be the formula to be applied to solve the problems of the elected representatives from being partyless in the event that SUPP be deregistered?”
PRS can court the 4 of them making their assemblyman to 12 for now but what if SPDP courts SUPP. This will make SPDP with 7 and going into the elections provided the scenario winning all seats after 8+7=15 seats.
Whose lovin’ you is a HIGHLY CHARGED song and G5 and SUPP7 will need to weigh their options soon. The word is out that the State elections would be held sooner than expected. Even Noroden Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department is getting in the act by predicting it to be held in 2015
( extracted from Borneo posts-Normally, our state election is called a year earlier, so my prediction is it will be held in 2015)
ARE YOU LOOKING AT WHAT IS A NEW MECHANISM IN PLACE FOR BN SARAWAK GOING INTO THE 11th STATE ELECTIONS?
In time the picture would be clearer and it must be done to benefit the present ruling BN government or PR would cash in on the weaknesses.
The threat is real and when you finish reading this please don’t say these words,”NO WAY,IT WILL NOT HAPPEN..”