Tony Pua, “For years you hid behind a pseudonym, ‘Lim Sian See’ to take potshots at Pakatan leaders because there’s no need to be accountable.”
9 October 2017
Liga Bandung to acara sukan yg diadakan 2.6 tahun sekali oleh IFB cawangan Bandung. Hermantat ada tak dlm carta organisasi ni ? Kah3
7 October 2017
Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua has admitted to receiving a RM100,000 loan from BN strategic communications deputy director Eric See-To 12 years ago.
However, Pua said at the time See-To was not yet with the ruling coalition, and neither does the loan make the latter a sombody.
“Yes, you kindly provided me with a RM100,000 10-day loan for my then-company when we faced problems with our own debtors some 12 years ago – fully repaid, yes, 12 years ago. Yes, thank you very much.
“So, because of that, you are ‘somebody’? Because of that, you are terribly ‘hurt’? Are tears rolling out too? Do you need a pacifier?,” Pua said in a Facebook post last night.
October 7, 2017
Stop trying to fool people with debate, Pua tells BN man
PETALING JAYA: Tony Pua has accused Barisan Nasional (BN) strategic communications deputy director Eric See-To of trying to fool the people by challenging him to a debate.
Mocking See-To on his lack of credentials, the Petaling Jaya Utara MP said there would be no point in having such a debate.
“For years you hid behind a pseudonym, ‘Lim Sian See’ to take potshots at Pakatan leaders because there’s no need to be accountable.
“Now, you are not a minister, deputy minister, MP or state assemblyman. So, you are a nobody in politics.
“Anything you say in a statement or in a debate, is completely deniable by your political bosses,” Pua said in a statement.
11 July 2017
Apparently.. this is Lim Sian See, aka Eric See-To. Betui ka?
4 May 2017
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
LSS vows to quit writing forever and ever if Syed Akbar Ali
LSS goes on to challenge not just Syed Akbar but also a pro-Mahathir Facebooker Mohd Hanizam Yunus:
“I challenge Hanizam, OutSyed and the rest of the PakaTun this:
If MOF is not declared Bankrupt by 11 July 2016 or even 11 Aug 2016, you must all make a public apology for your fitnah during Ramadan and quit writing forever.In return, if MOF is indeed declared bankrupt on those two days, I will reveal my public ID, make a public apology and kow-tow to both of you and quit writing forever.“
Subang Jaya rat not a ‘giant’ after all
It was not a ‘giant rat’ that was caught in USJ 11 based on photos of it circulating online but rather the camera angle which made the rodent seem extra-large, said Subang Jaya state assemblyperson Hannah Yeoh.
Are you mutating them?’
Further checks online found Facebook user Lim Sian See posting the picture, asking what Yeoh and the Selangor government were doing to combat the problem.
“(Are you) trying to breed rats bigger than dogs? Are you mutating them with air lombong enak dan lazat (delicious water from mines)?
“Is this a new record entry in the Malaysian Book of Records ?” asked the Facebook user whose post received more than 1,000 shares.
Lim, nevertheless was also slammed by other Facebook users who called him a BN cybertrooper and some had also asked why the Selangor government was blamed on the matter.
Several Facebook users also pointed out that an article Lim had accompanied with his post was written in 2011.
The New Straits Times article then had quoted residents in Subang Jaya as claiming that some of the rats were as big as cats.
The four-year-old article however showed that the rat problem was not new in the constituency and MPSJ had to resort to numerous campaigns and ways to tackle the problem.
Outside Thiagan And Kumar Dental Surgery at Jalan USJ 11/1J, 47650 Subang Jaya, Selangor.
What are you doing YB Hannah Yeoh and Selangor Govt?
Trying to breed rats bigger than dogs?
Are you mutating them with air lombong enak dan lazat?
Is this a new record entry in the Malaysian Book of Records?
Read this ” Some residents claimed that some rats were as big as cats. Even cats were seen cowering in fear when face-to-face with the huge rats.”
One Man’s Meat
Saturday, 31 October 2015
A conversation with Lim Sian See
The anonymous Facebook political commentator says his/her aim is to make the public sift the truth from the propaganda.
I MET for the first time an object of curiosity among political aficionados on Facebook. An anonymous Facebooker named Lim Sian See has been attracting a following with his/her wry comments on Opposition politicians.
On Wednesday, I had a lunch meeting with the Facebooker in a restaurant in Kuala Lumpur.
Later, I had a question-and-answer session with him/her on WhatsApps.
Q: Is your name really Lim Sian See?
A: No, it is not. It’s a pseudonym – much like Chedet, Mark Twain or Lewis Carrol.
Q: Why do you remain anonymous?
A: I am not a politician or in any political party or NGO, and I do not harbour any future ambition to do so. I see no need for me to publicly claim any recognition.
Q: Does the public know who you are? Do those you target know who you are?
A: Dozens of people know but not the public in general.
In fact, the majority of my Facebook friends and followers are aware that this is not my real name. One person even commented that he doesn’t even care if I am actually a living table as long as what I write is true and backed by evidence and facts.
The authorities know who I am for sure. In fact, Special Branch officers have visited me twice to ascertain my identity. Therefore, I am very careful to make sure whatever I post is not defamatory or untrue.
I do believe that those I “target” know who I am but for reasons known only to them, do not want to “expose’ me – perhaps to avoid giving me free publicity.
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