By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM | Wednesday 6 April 2016
David Lenigas would like to let shareholders who have lost a fortune in LGO Energy, Inspirit, Afriag, Lenigas Cuba, Polemos, Doriemus, etc, etc that he shares their pain as we can show in the photo below.
In a bullying email today Jabba The Hutt says that he does not own a 100 foot yacht "that was years ago". Instead in the marina in the tax haven of Monaco where he lives poor Mr Lenigas has to struggle by on a 36 foot Fjord boat which is five years old. According to Yachtworld that would have cost a mere £215,000 to buy so Mr Lenigas is really sharing the pain of those who have backed his various companies.
I am almost in tears thinking of how Jabba has shared the pain. FFS the man is now the patron saint of capitalism. He is a fucking hero. Give him a Nobel prize. Should we start a whip round to buy him a bigger yacht? Sod the starving millions in Africa they can eat Yusuf Kajee's smuggled tobacco, sod the fight against cancer and to save endangered species it is time we all dipped into our pockets to help Dave.
Let's stop investing in placing after placing for shite companies which then fund Big Dave's vast wages. All that causes is pain as the shares tank and become worthless. Lets avoid that slow pain and not bother with the intermediate step just write a cheque to Big Dave with a ref on the back "Buy the yacht you deserve in Monaco"
Meanwhile here is a picture of a 36' Fjord - please supply a suitable caption in the comments section below with a deadline of no-one is watching O'Clock on Friday.
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