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Tom Winnifrith's BearCast - Time to revolt against the Crony Capitalist nomads, brokers, PRs and boards

Tom Winnifrith Saturday 6 December 2014

 

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I was thinking, as I rode home through ghostly olive groves illuminated by a full moon, about the mindset of Daniel Stewart employees who want to beat me up. My crime is to point out the fact that they have earned vast sums by floating and raising money for frauds, so screwing ordinary AIM investors. 

I do not claim to be an Angel but I do not regard pointing out the wickedness of this as being a terribly bad thing to do. But the Crony Capitalists who have grown rich on AIM, the Nomads, brokers, PRs and boards really do not like hearing this unpleasant truth. They actually think I am a bad guy for rocking the boat and as such wanting to beat me up is acceptable.

In 2014 the Crony capitalists have had a good year. Investors on the AIM Casino have had a shit year.  I explain why the system is flawed, why the City does not understand the anger we peasants feel and how we peasants ( ie investors) need to start taking concreate steps to make our anger known.

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