The army is there so that if our nation is threatened they can go kill the bad guys. I don’t care who is in the army I just want folks I can rely on to go and kill bad people. That is why we have an army. It is not there as a decorative force to mirror society. Only fruitcakes on the left worry about quotas. Do we really need 0.2% of soldiers to be trangender and c2% to be LGBT? Or do the gays not matter in this game and we should only focus on women soldiers and those from ethnic minorities? And why pick on the army and not other public sector bodies. Surely we have a right to know how many gay and lesbian dustbin operatives there are? From what I gather that sector is lmost entirely male, why is that? Where is the gender equality in dustbins?Wednesday 8 July 2020
Today it is Haile Selassie who gets de-statued. This confuses me. Then Nigel Wray gets confused as to the value of the FTSE 100 and of Apple. I share his confusion, can you help me. I discuss Burford (BUR) and then go to town on Totally (TLY) where the balance sheet is a joke and today’s results statement needs to be rewritten and re-issued. Finally I have just filmed the first main stage presentation for MineProphets on July 18. It is almpst an hour long and, I learned a lot from it, it really is most excellent. Book your seat HERE
Earlier today I flagged up an email t0o the great and the good from disgusted Chariot Oil & Gas (CHAR) shareholder Mo Majid which raises major questions. Now, thanks to Winnileaks I publish two of the 17 emails sent by Mo to the company and its evil PR spinners Celicourt wheich went unanswered. they raise grave questions about Chariot and also about its use of Fat Bastard, the whore blogger, Malcolm Graham Wood to ramp the shares. Enjoy.
From: Mohammad Majid
Shares in BP (BP.) closed the prior week heading down towards 300p but are currently back above 310p, particularly following an “agrees to sell petrochemicals business to INEOS” announcement…
The following letter has just been sent to the great and the good of the political and media classes and the creme de la creme of the AIM World. Natch I did not get a copy but it arrives via Winnileaks and appears a damning indictment of Chariot Oil & Gas (CHAR) and certainly would not tempt me to buy the shares at 1.96p. Enjoy…
I start with the latest statue pulldown, Frederick Douglas, and what it says about the insanity of 2020. I then move onto Peter Brailey and the P45, re Rock Rose Energy (RRE), [email protected] Capital (SYME), Iconic (ICON), Boohoo (BOO) and Big Dish (DISH). Tomorrow I record the first video for MineProphets, remember to book your seat HERE.
There are some situations in life where you want everyone to lose: a Manchester Derby for instance. The contest to be the next Archbishop of Canterbury is usually in this category. Which BBC staff get fired because of cost cuts is another. And here is another of these battles
Drowning in debt Cineworld (CINE) was in a hole when Covid struck. It had agreed the $2.1 billion purchase of the Canadian chain but with all of Cineplex’s theatres going darker than Justin Trudeau’s face on party night, thanks to the shutdown, and with Cineworld’s existing 787 theatres also shuttered, going ahead would have been financial suicide.
i comment today once more on Boohoo (BOO) but also clarfify my position on the minimum wage as I seem to have confused some of you. I also look at Amigo (AMGO) the biggest market riser on Friday but I am not so sure it is justified. Finally, it is just 13 days to MineProphets, please make life easy for Darren and book your ticket early, ie today, HERE
[email protected] Capital (SYME) must hold some sort record for incompetence by managing to show Proforma Net Assets of £226.3 million in its Prospectus dated 4 March 2020 which then become net assets of only £778,000 as shown by its accounts as at 31 March 2020 when announced on 1 July 2020. I have explained why this is such a monumental scandal and what happened HERE. But who exactly is to blame? This will shock you.
Fund manager Mark Magarian was bullish on the gold market before the crisis began since they were expecting some action by the Fed. However, the pace of the Fed’s efforts has been vast and rapid and thus, he says, he would be absolutely shocked if we don’t see $2000 for gold soon.