Listen carefully to what DAP's MP for Bandar Kuching Chong Chieng Jen has to say about logging companies and the profits that they make.
"Tens of million in profit from a 3,000 ha site" - he says.
In this Oct, 2010 Opposition mouthpiece video, Chong who is Sarawak DAP secretary and now CEC member cries out aloud for native rights against logging.
He alleged -"Sarawak's resources being given to companies linked to Chief Minister's sister"
He claimed the basic human rights and lifestyle of the natives are adversely affected by logging purportedly carried out by companies 'linked' to the CM.
Sarawak chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud is a BN component leader. The state DAP leaders together with some PKR activists have been hurling wild accusations against Taib for decades now.
Never mind the fact that to-date there is not even an iota of evidence to support their allegations against Taib.
The DAP and PKR activist, together with their Pas crowd, are also the darlings of foreign anti-logging activist.
The likes of Bruno Manser and his ala-'multi-level marketing' BMFoundation have lauded these local 'activists' as heroes of the natives for their strong anti-logging stance.
I wont be surprised if the DAP and PKR in Sarawak have had received funds from such international anti-logging groups to mount a challenge against Taib on the pretext of anti-logging campaigns.
Unlike the DAP's very own latest land/logging scandal in Perak/Kelantan, the allegations against Taib are yet to be proven.
On the contrary, DAP's direct involvement in this latest logging scandal is factual. Even Datuk Ngeh and his cousin cum secretary Nga have indirectly admitted that they are not full-time politicians championing the people's cause as portrayed.
Now listen to the Kuching MP's views in the video again, but this time remember that the natives are the Orang Asli in Kelantan and the logging company belongs to the DAP... and/or their transparent, trustworthy and holier than thou leaders from Perak.