Feng Shui Tips For SUPP: Put THREE Coconut Trees and Giant Bottles!

Feng Shui Tips For SUPP: Put THREE Coconut Trees and Giant Bottles!

First of all let us examine according to SUPP’s official explaination of their logo meanings:

The symbol of SUPP: 3 black interlocking rings inside a red ring against a yellow background.
The meaning of the symbol is as follows:
Yellow colour – represents dignity;
Red circle – represents unity;
Three black circles – represents three main races in Sarawak (Chinese, Malay and Dayak)

Do you think so? How about the SUPP Sarawak Indian members, are they being missed out from the ring logo? Or perhaps it sounds like a bunch of three Yes Men being roped and nosehooked by Yang Dikasihi, eh?

Anyway, to all SUPP goons well here’s a very simple Feng Shui tips lah:

In front of SUPP Headquarters office at Jalan Ong Kee Hui, Kuching, simply place THREE coconut trees and THREE giant bottle replicas. It is very auspicious and reflective of SUPP’s logo as well (THREE rings emblem). It symbolise just how obedient SUPP to Yang Di Kasihi too.

In Chinese it sounds exactly like “Ya Botol!”. “Ya” means Coconut while “Botol” is of course refers to Bottle but it is loosely sounds like “Betul” (means Correct) but mock it to sounds like Botol hence “Ya Botol”. Shout it THREE times then it shows exactly how SUPP said yes to anything Yang Di Kasihi decides to them.

Most Chinese refers SUPP as Yes Man party to Yang Di Kasihi and no Chinese ever forget how SUPP late president Sim Kheng Hong firmly stood beside Yang Di Kasihi during Ming Court Affair climax. Typical Yes-Man leadership! Ya Botol! Ya Botol! Ya Botol! Anything Yang DiKasihi is Yes Alright!

The Dyaks Blog Final Donkeys:

Pathetic isn’t it? No amount of Feng Shui alterations can save SUPP now. That’s why Coconut and Bottle placement is the best description about SUPP: bunch of Yes-Man eunuchs shouting Ya Botol for Yang DiKasihi THREE times forever!

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Chin resorting to Feng Shui irks members, party leaders
by Raymond Tan, Borneo Post, Tuesday 20 December 2011

SIBU: The problems in SUPP, which came to the fore during the run-up to its recent triennial delegates’ conference (TDC), took a new twist yesterday with members criticising their newly-minted president for heaping the blame on Feng Shui.

In local newspapers yesterday, Datuk Seri Peter Chin touched on the possibility of turning to Feng Shui to align the party’s headquarters following a series of setbacks in recent elections and “disharmony” within the party.

He said the Chinese community generally believed in Feng Shui, and in rebuilding the party headquarters after the recent fire, he might consider correcting its Feng Shui.

However, his idea did not go down well with some party leaders yesterday.

The publicity committee of SUPP Sibu branch yesterday hit out at Chin for trying to put the blame on the party’s problems on Feng Shui.

“We all know that the main problem in SUPP boils down to human error, and some leaders in the central committee, not Feng Shui, should bear the responsibility for what had happened.”

The publicity committee said Chin had been the party central’s organising secretary for 16 years.

“The weakening strength in his organising capabilities failed to gather force to win in the recent state election.

“Chin has been in the peninsula for too long; he has not taken care of the party’s affairs in Sarawak well.”

The statement claimed that after Chin shifted his talk to Feng Shui yesterday, Sibu branch was flooded with calls which ridiculed his claim.

“Many members said they did not believe Chin is really a Feng Shui man; he just wants to shift his leadership responsibility.”

The statement asked: “Will such a Feng Shui statement damage the party’s image when a leader shifts its problems to “the wind and the water” elements?

“Will Feng Shui be more important than Chin’s transformation plan to save the party? Will the party’s new hopes lie in the wind and water elements?”

It added that Chin should have plucked up his courage to work on what he had failed to do in his capacity as the party’s organising secretary then, including resolving the alleged irregularities in the branch elections.

“Then, in the spirit of democracy and a commitment guarded by the party constitution, correct and transform to rise with new hope.

“Don’t turn to Feng Shui and make our party a laughing stock.”

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