Wednesday August 24, 2016
Katie Hopkins, France and most folks so wrong on Burqa ban and gagging Islamofascists
EU leaders react to Brexit by ignoring the little people even more
Inbred chavs on Isle of Wight get their man: David Hoare of Ofsted walks

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Katie Hopkins, France and most folks so wrong on Burqa ban and gagging Islamofascists

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Life under the rule of ISIS, the Taleban or even the loathsome House of Saud is not much fun for a variety of reasons. Women are told they must cover up - the state dictates what they can or cannot wear. It gets worse: the state dictates what one can or cannot say. In the old days I was allowed to say that such a way of living is regressive and unpleasant and that a liberal society as we, sort of, enjoy in the West was superior. I rather worry that a hardline Moslem might now claim that what I have just written offends him and thus report it as a hate crime. God only knows how our uber PC rozzers would react to that.

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EU leaders react to Brexit by ignoring the little people even more

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You would have thought that leaders of the failing Evil Empire would have reacted to Brexit and the surge in support for anti EU parties across the continent by at least pretending to listen to the people of Europe. Surely a few cliches about "we must listen" would have been standard spin. But the EU really does not care.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: So Servision are you bust yet? Will African Potash beat you to death's door?

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I end with a couple more questions for Darren Atwater to see if the pizza Hard Man is going to get deported back to Canada. I start with a few words on City of London (see HERE) and African Potash (see HERE) before moving on to ECR Minerals (ECR), Harvest Minerals (HMI) and in some detail uber-dog with fleas Servision (SEV). Tomorrow my Guardian reading sisters arrive. Woe is me.

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City of London - It only broke the law for 7 hours 24 minutes: Andy Crossley returns

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This is bizarre if somewhat academic. AIM Listed City of London (CIN) has no cash and - almost certainly - negative net assets and thus it is bust and is worthless as explained HERE. But it was - as of 7 AM - today also breaking the law, well the 2006 Companies Act when Jason Granite quite as a director. PLCs must have two directors so as at 7 AM City was breaking the law. Not that AIM cared.

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Not an April Fool: Save 33% on a UK Investor show and Saracens cabaret ticket by ordering before Sept 1

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The UK's top one day investor show is now jointly owned by the family of the man known as Britain's Buffett, Nigel Wray, and this week the first details of the breathtaking 2017 event have been published. It is now accepted that this is Britain's premier one day investor event. Now under new ownership it is going to be better than ever. The 2017 event is going to be a blockbuster!

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EXPLOSIVE: African Potash and the £600,000 bung it neglected to mention in its pre-placing ramp

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On December 1 2015 AIM listed African Potash (AFPO) announced what appeared an incredible marketing deal for its fertiliser with a company called Beryl - of course nothing has come of the deal and what African neglected to mention was a £600,000 bung. A source in London has sent me the signed contract. One month and 12 days ahead of a bailout placing investors were grossly mislead as to the nature of the Beryl deal. Potash shares need to be suspended at once and AIM Regulation and the FCA have to get involved.

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The Chairman's Blog 5: Sir Benjamin Dover of Global Mining Endeavours writes (preparing for interviews)

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Following the example set by Paul Warwick the chairman of worthless penny stock Andalas (ADL) in starting a blog, Sir Benjamin Dover of AIM listed Global Mining Endeavours has decided to follow suit and like Paul promises to be Candid in his approach. Day 5

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City of London - now just 1 rat left on sinking ship: the company is now breaking the law - bankruptcy looms

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AIM Cesspit listed City of London (CIN) is surely a sinking ship. If Nomad Peel Hunt had a shred of integrity it would surely quit now on news that a third director has quit in six days leaving just one rat on board - chairman Paul Milner. The shares are off by 24% today to 3p but fair value ahead of suspension, administration or both is surely 0p. The Company is now in Breach of the Companies Act 2006, S154(2)which requires a public company to have at least two directors. Do hapless Nomad Peel Hunt or the oxymorons at AIM Regulation care about companies breaking the law? It appears not.

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Inbred chavs on Isle of Wight get their man: David Hoare of Ofsted walks

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School results on the isle of Wight are piss poor and so Oftsed boss David Hoare mistakenly commented on this and suggested that there were perhaps good reasons why the offspring of the inbred white trash that inhabit the island's poorer districts fared so badly. You could see the poor fellow was doomed. Somehow he has survived for a month but now he has gone.

What Hoare said was obviously true. But

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