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Bulletin Board Moron of the week (11/16) in honour of charlatan and snake oil salesman Darren Winters

By Tom Winnifrith | Sunday 17 April 2016


Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.


Darren Winters sent me a lawyers letter in the Autumn for calling him a charlatan and snake oil salesman and threatening me with legal action if I did not withdraw what is a statement of fact. I shall see the Winters bitchez in court and he is a moron for thinking I'd say anything else. Anyhow Winters got another courtroom beating from team Sheriff today so maybe he has learned who not to try to bully. Back to real morons and this week's Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest where there was only one winner...

To see the full list of entries click HERE but congratulations to Juicin Drumroll for spotting this gem on the LSE Asylum regarding Imaginitik and yes RT really is the fraudster Rob Terry:

Brotherhumble
Posts: 4,429
Off Topic
Opinion: No Opinion
Price: 3.875
RE: nothing but buys
Today 22:03

With RT on the scene now and his ability to generate shareholder profit IMKT share price is likely to head much further north from here. Those having benefited from the RT roadshows and the detractors who have lost money will argue the toss while the newbie pounders whether to invest and ride the inevitable waves. I did my a few more today.

Ok - can you find someone stupider than Brother Humble on the Bulletin Boards or twitter  - tweets from David Lenigas or Chris Oil are admissable. Post away in the comments section below with a deadline of midnight Sunday


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  1. This is “NolosstillSell” on the LSE FRR board assuring the morons that the perennially loss making, pissy little Frontera Resources (MC 18m) is actually strategically important to the US Economy.

    FRR Monday 11:17 Nolosstillsell
    I really do feel that the US govt will not allow this to fail. It is too strategically important for them and that is what I get a lot of comfort from.


  2. Juicin Drumroll

    LSE, the Teathers Financial (TEA) thread, a Jason Drummond wheeze.

    The share has been suspended for 4 months, the legendary, disruptive app hasn’t worked for weeks, the phones are not being answered, an RNS promised at the end of Feb has failed to arrive, our hero, Jason Drummond, is to be found working somewhere else & yet this moron is expecting good news!

    Heywindom
    Posts: 14
    Off Topic
    Opinion: No Opinion
    Price: 2.25

    Investor show
    Today 12:34

    The investors show is in a couple of weeks, so got a feeling we will receive a positive RNS before 30th April.

  3. LSE WRN – where else and PhiloBeddoe (who has obviously taken one punch too many) states

    WRNSun 13:04I think the Worthington group conglomerate is most likely loaded up with deals and with many more in the pipeline. The fact we’re still pursuing the merger with Nuna suggests an RTO situation continues to exist, ie, the size and number of transactions remains on a scale that continues to trigger an RTO and therefore continues to necessitate the merger with Nuna. If WRN was suddenly an empty vehicle of little value, there is simply no way we’d be spending this much time, money and effort pursuing the merger with Nuna. If the deals had been lost, if an RTO situation no longer existed, we’d have presumably just resumed trading using our existing main market listing, which we still have, and which has not been cancelled by the FCA. Also, the FCA would never allow a company to remain suspended for 18+ months unless there was genuine reason and genuine substance to it all, coupled with strong evidence that progress was being made. It’s a bit like a butterfly developing inside a chrysalis. On the outside it looks like not much is going on, just the occasional sign of movement. But on the inside there’s a tremendous amount of activity and change going on, it’s just not visible yet to the outside world. I’ve no doubt once Nuna has been sorted, we’ll resume trading as a multi billion dollar global conglomerate with multiple listings. The value will surely be there, it’s just a question then of how many shares in issue we’ll have which will ultimately determine how that value translates into share price. Personally, I continue to believe we’ll resume with a tiny number of shares to start with, then add more as Mcap increases, at staged intervals and always at a premium to the current SP at the time of issue, as per Q&A. The simple maths is, if we resume trading as a multi billion dollar global conglomerate with a tiny free float and huge interest, then our SP is pretty much guaranteed to rocket to astronomical highs.

  4. LSE LGO – 10 p per share – FFS another Lenigas groupie

    So dl going to be non executive. Work over on well to increase production .royalty payments reduce on oil sale .oil is on the up .20 mil investment is sorted but awaiting for finalisation. No more sale signe .proven Gordon oil resavour what else we need from an oil company I realey don’t won’t to be out of this till I see 10p very soon


  5. zeronegative

    The Cornishman..

    I think its pretty obvious that “PhiloBeddoe” on the WRN board is a piss taker and therefore shoud be treated as such.

    No-one with half a brain cell could write such utter nonsense and believe it to be true.

    Who else could write “we’ll resume trading as a multi billion dollar global conglomerate with multiple listing” and not die laughing.


  6. Worthingtonian

    Zero, trust me Philo is deadly serious. Doug Ware once put ‘$2m NAV’ and ‘multiple listings’ in RNS statements and the WRN morons have been taking him at his word ever since. Any challenge to their faith is just met with hoots of derision – ‘you’re Tom Winnifrith…’ ‘you must have a massive short…’ ‘go back to making pizza…’ etc., etc.

    The faith (and the fatwa against any naysayer) is as strong as ever. Despite the fact that no-one has seen nor heard from Messers (sic) Ware or Spurway in over a year.

    But it does make one wonder why the merry-go-round of deadline extensions / lack of accounts without being struck off / NUNA payments suspension is allowed to continue. There were rumours of dawn raids pre-Christmas, yet the front row of the NUNA creditors meeting are still at liberty. Surely comeuppance for Old Mother Worthington, and all who cling to her apron strings, must be imminent?


  7. J P Spaghetti

    Speaking of Philo Beddoe, if you look very closely at the opening sequence of Every Which Way But Loose you’ll see planks of wood on the back of his truck fall off as he turns a corner. Sounds like this poster’s several planks short of a gymnasium himself…

  8. Philobeddoe. Who else?

    I love the, “We can say with a high degree of certainty, the 10 deals and $2 Billion NAV are genuine” based upon his idiotic and ever longer diatribes. This is nothing more than a truly and genuinely backward individual resorting to desperation.

    One must feel for him as he’s not got the intelligence to realise how ridiculous his ranting has become.

    “Just over a year ago, Doug announced via RNS news of 10 deals and a total NAV “expected to exceed USD $2 Billion”. Claims published in an RNS will likely have been verified by LSE to ensure they are accurate, truthful, genuine etc, and that there is sufficient evidence to back up the claims. We can say with a high degree of certainty, the 10 deals and $2 Billion NAV are genuine. In the event deals had been lost, they would likely have been replaced, indeed more may well have been added by now. We already know 10 deal partners and a growing pipeline of prospective deal partners were happy to do business with WRN before the merger and on the terms agreed; and nothing’s changed. Yes time has moved on, but so has progress, both business progress and progress towards resumption. WRN is no less attractive to deal partners now, than it was when we shook hands on $2 billion worth of deals. And the plan remains the same; to resume trading as a diversified global conglomerate – with the apparent intention of having a multi billion dollar NAV. Trading in the company’s shares may have been suspended, but business will have gone on. Including the business of brokering deals. And deal partners aren’t sat idle or stuck in limbo either; their businesses will have gone on as normal, totally unaffected by the suspension. To shareholders, it feels like everything has stopped for 18+ months, but all business (and businesses) will have carried on as normal, totally unaffected by the suspension.
    It was the FCA’s decision, based on the number and size of deals, that an RTO had been triggered, which led to the decision to merge with Nuna. If all our deals had been lost, if we were no longer in an RTO, WRN is still main market listed – presumably, if all was lost, we’d take the easy/simple route back with whatever deals we had left. Instead, we continue to pursue the merger with Nuna; the path taken due to the RTO, which strongly suggests an RTO situation still exists, ie, the number and size of WRN’s deals remains on a scale large enough to trigger an RTO. The deals may or may not have changed, but we appear to remain in an RTO situation, a “fundamentally different business” (to quote the FCA) hence the ongoing plan to merge with Nuna. There is every reason to suspect we’re still talking 10+ deals and $2 Billion+ NAV or somewhere in that general ballpark.
    Meanwhile, the authorities, who have had full and unfettered access to everything WRN/NUNA for the last 18+ months, appear satisfied. If there was anything to worry about, it would not have taken the authorities 18+ months to find it. The authorities have a view of what’s going on inside – and for them to appear happy and to have not taken any action in 18+ months, is a pretty clear indicator that all is well behind the scenes.”


  9. zeronegative

    More from Philobedoe – WRN (or is it Robbajob from QPP days) with the greatest work of fiction since the Bible. Where do you begin with the utter drivel posted by this clown.

    “Just over a year ago, Doug announced via RNS news of 10 deals and a total NAV “expected to exceed USD $2 Billion”. Claims published in an RNS will likely have been verified by LSE to ensure they are accurate, truthful, genuine etc, and that there is sufficient evidence to back up the claims. We can say with a high degree of certainty, the 10 deals and $2 Billion NAV are genuine. In the event deals had been lost, they would likely have been replaced, indeed more may well have been added by now. We already know 10 deal partners and a growing pipeline of prospective deal partners were happy to do business with WRN before the merger and on the terms agreed; and nothing’s changed. Yes time has moved on, but so has progress, both business progress and progress towards resumption. WRN is no less attractive to deal partners now, than it was when we shook hands on $2 billion worth of deals. And the plan remains the same; to resume trading as a diversified global conglomerate – with the apparent intention of having a multi billion dollar NAV. Trading in the company’s shares may have been suspended, but business will have gone on. Including the business of brokering deals. And deal partners aren’t sat idle or stuck in limbo either; their businesses will have gone on as normal, totally unaffected by the suspension. To shareholders, it feels like everything has stopped for 18+ months, but all business (and businesses) will have carried on as normal, totally unaffected by the suspension.
    It was the FCA’s decision, based on the number and size of deals, that an RTO had been triggered, which led to the decision to merge with Nuna. If all our deals had been lost, if we were no longer in an RTO, WRN is still main market listed – presumably, if all was lost, we’d take the easy/simple route back with whatever deals we had left. Instead, we continue to pursue the merger with Nuna; the path taken due to the RTO, which strongly suggests an RTO situation still exists, ie, the number and size of WRN’s deals remains on a scale large enough to trigger an RTO. The deals may or may not have changed, but we appear to remain in an RTO situation, a “fundamentally different business” (to quote the FCA) hence the ongoing plan to merge with Nuna. There is every reason to suspect we’re still talking 10+ deals and $2 Billion+ NAV or somewhere in that general ballpark.
    Meanwhile, the authorities, who have had full and unfettered access to everything WRN/NUNA for the last 18+ months, appear satisfied. If there was anything to worry about, it would not have taken the authorities 18+ months to find it. The authorities have a view of what’s going on inside – and for them to appear happy and to have not taken any action in 18+ months, is a pretty clear indicator that all is well behind the scenes.”


  10. Juicin Drumroll

    ADVFN’s IOF thread.

    Anyone familiar with squire007 from the QPP / WTF threads will get a hoot out of this one.

    superg1 13 Apr’16 – 11:01 – 38554 of 38554 0 0

    Squire

    You sound like someone that knows how it works …..(continues talking to one of his other IDs).


  11. Juicin Drumroll

    I guess Evil must be dissatisfied with the speed WTF is going up & has decided to come out ramping with this ludicrous effort.

    The Evil Diaries: Watchstone “surely a raving buy”

    By Evil Knievil
    15 April 2016

    After many months of waiting for an RNS from Watchstone (WTG) (nee Quindell) that the American investments had run into trouble, they haven’t. Some think these investments are worth 250p per share. On top of that WTG boasts cash of 200p, retained warranty monies of 100p and realisations to come from the industrial hearing division, perhaps a further 100p. That adds up to 650p. Even if it is discounted by, say, 100p for safety’s sake, one arrives at 550p. This is in contrast to the current share price of 225p.

    It also explains why the management incentivisation plan (RNS 21st March 2016), which kicks in at 550p and offers management 10% of the upside achieved from 550p onwards, was signed by the management. If all the foregoing comes to pass, below 300p WTG is surely a raving buy.

  12. Can you find a bigger set of idiots than the LSE WRN board. I just despair at the stuff they post on there. Either in total denial, incredibly stupid or just bloody desperate. All that is wrong with PI share dealing can be found with just a simple browse of that board.

  13. There are a few posters on the WRN board who would merit a category to themselves. The fucking imbecile that is Philobeddoe needs no introduction at all. His lengthy contributions in the distinctive single paragraphs are mind boggling in their extreme idiocy. There are a few other sub contenders, PB78 – this ill-educated arse has pretended to have inside information (then fucked off for a while when it was shown he was a bare faced liar), berates anyone who disagrees with his self deluded stance and finally his contention that he has been in constant communication with a company is laughable.

    “Don’t get me wrong I am still very confident but what I was told and what has happened is very different. Having not heard anything for 2 months having been in constant communication with the company I can only assume things are not going to plan. Why else would the company go completely silent on me for 2 months having previously told me their plans.”

    This deluded bastard should never be allowed to breed.

    Hmmmmm What does PB stand for? i wonder if Philobeddoe was born in 1978.

  14. This is a flavour of the responses from UncleWarzy on the WRN BB. Clearly no-one can express an opinion contrary to the “golden tickets” philosophy without this fucking imbecile immediately them down.

    “Truly astonishing that someone would arrive back from a very good evening out and decide to randomly read and comment on a share board that they are not invested in.
    You sir are clearly crapping your pants at the thought of this restoring.”

    The truth of the matter is that even if crapping pants were involved it would have resulted in exactly what it looked like – a pile of shite. Everyone knows what a pile of shite is – oh apparently not! Fucking imbeciles like UncleWarzy cannot.

    Let’s just enjoy the laugh when this farce ends and the detractors are:

    a) not shorters
    b) proven correct
    c) not fucking imbeciles

    and the likes of Philobeddoe, PB78, UncleWarzy, dollop, Hepran,fonters, Chrisd1975, Armitage Shanks and Bloodaxe et al. fade into the background like the lowlife stupid worthless scum they are.


  15. Worthingtonian

    There are no words…

    PhiloBeddoe
    Posts: 460
    Off Topic
    Opinion: No Opinion
    Price: 87.00
    WRN
    Today 21:26
    My understanding is that NunaGlobal will become a holdings company for all our global natural resources assets – mining, coal, gas, oil, gold, REEs, etc, etc. Whereas NunaMinerals was focussed on Greenland only, NunaGlobal will be much, much bigger with assets not only in Greenland, but all over the world. If this is indeed the plan, and it makes sense to me that it is, once the true value of NunaMineral’s licences are unlocked and realised, add on to that all the other global natural resources assets we have, and will have in the future, and NunaGlobal has the potential to become a global giant in it’s own right, quite probably a billion dollar company in the making. If I’m right, NunaGlobal will then form one part of the even larger parent company, the Worthington Group conglomerate


  16. zeronegative

    Can somebody please clarify…..Who is buying who regarding WRN.

    Are Worhington buying NUNA or NUNA buying Worthington.

    I thought it was an RTO which would be Worthington buying a bigger company but all I here is that NUNA are buying Worthington but have no cash to do it, CONFUSED!!!!


  17. Juicin Drumroll

    And the winner is?

  18. @ Juicin. It has to be PhiloBeddoe. He’s making every moron effort possible to share the WRN miracle proof-points over on LSE. Even though deadline may have passed on this one.

    Wonder if nunaminerals wordpress might change his tune though? Sounds like the GMM Deal is dead. Even Newman himself saying he is a victim of WRN fraud and has a claim against them.

    https://nunaminerals.wordpress.com/2016/01/06/lack-of-due-diligence-by-the-government-could-cost-greenland-dearly/comment-page-1/#comment-4

    Patrick Newman says:
    WRN agreed to lend my company GREP $550k but they failed fully to do this. They lent 437,500 so we have potentially a claim against them for balance110,000. I was told I would be paid a directors salary – at last minute told there was not enough cash and would I take wrn shares instead. In order not to lose the loan agreement I accepted reluctantly and therefore have not been paid anything ( shares were and remain suspended) I have personally covered lots of the Greenland rare earth projects ltd expenses – of the43750 400,000 went to Nuna as part of the GREP NUna earn in in 2014.

    So I remain hugely out of pocket on this. My colleagues and friends are all professional geologists and specialist in exploration. We feel seriously damaged by association because of what wrn has proved to be.

    - – - — – - – - – — – -
    PhiloBeddoe
    Posts: 463
    Off Topic
    Opinion: No Opinion
    Price: 87.00
    WRN
    Today 19:01

    The RNS which announced the ten deals and $2 Billion NAV proves that deal partners are attracted to WRN, are happy to do business with WRN and are happy with the terms agreed.

    WRN has also stated, in the Q&A, that the pipeline of prospective deals has continued to grow. Even if any of the original ten deals had fallen through, there appears no shortage of prospective deals to choose from. Clearly, there is no shortage of prospective deal partners who are keen to partner with WRN.

    Even if, in the unlikely event, all of the original ten deals had fallen through, WRN successfully negotiated $2 Billion worth of deals before and would have no difficulty doing so again, if necessary.

    Whichever way you look at it, there is every reason to believe the conglomerate will resume trading with a large number of deals and many more prospective deals in the pipeline. And since $2 Billion NAV has already been stated by WRN, it’s fair to assume our total NAV most likely remains in that ballpark.

    Suspension in the company’s shares will not have prevented the business from progressing. And since we’re in the business of brokering deals, there is every possibility more deals may have been added over the last 18+ months.

    It was the original ten deals that triggered the RTO which led to the decision to merge with NUNA. And since we remain on that same pathway to resumption, it would appear we remain in the same RTO situation, ie, the size and number of deals remains on a scale that continues to trigger an RTO. Hence the ongoing intention to merge with Nuna.

    Meanwhile, 18+ months suspended and no action taken by the authorities suggests all is well behind the scenes.

    Whilst focus remains on Nuna for now, the bigger picture of course, is all about the conglomerate, the deals and the NAV. Personally, I’m really looking forward to hearing about our other deals, in particular property and consumer goods, both of which should be great for boosting Mcap and SP.

  19. @Juicin @Philobeddoe

    https://nunaminerals.wordpress.com/leaked-emails-reveal-patrick-newman-victim-of-worthington-group-fraud-on-same-day-greenland-mining-management-listed-for-compulsory-strike-off-and-liquidation/

    https://nunaminerals.wordpress.com

  20. APRIL 21, 2016 ~ NUNAMIN
    Worthington Group PLC RNS October 06 2014 claim :

    “Senior Appointments to Worthington Group plc and Statement regarding CPS Energy Resources Plc…The appointments are: David Winduss BSc ACA, as head of acquisitions. Oleg-Serguei Schkoda, as head of the Worthington oil and gas team.

    http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/WRN/12106345.html

    Truth revealed April 21 2016 by Peter James email leak :

    https://nunaminerals.wordpress.com/2016/04/21/april-21-2016-leaked-email-no-2-shows-more-worthington-lies-oleg-sergi-schkoda-never-appointed-despite-false-rns-claim/

    Sent: Monday, February 08, 2016
    From: “Alex MacDonald” <alex.macdonald@aaog.co>
    To: peterxjames@gmx.co.uk
    Subject: Re: Oleg-Sergei Schkoda Worthington Group

    Dear Peter,

    We have looked into the situation and the facts appear as follows:

    Oleg met the principals of Worthington Energy (WE) at a networking event last year.

    Oleg agreed that his consulting business, Oilfield Strategic Services, would act as a consultant to WE to help them source oil and gas investment opportunities in Africa.
    WE then issued a release stating that Oleg was an officer of the business. Oleg did not agree to this in advance, and has never been appointed as a director or officer of WE or any related entity or business.
    Oleg did present some investment opportunities but they were never followed up by WE. He was paid a monthly retainer for a short while but nothing recently.
    Oleg considers that the consulting contract has been repudiated by WE or terminated by WE for material breach (failure to pay) and that neither he nor OSS continue to be bound by it.
    He is in current contact with Aidan Early but only (i) to try and recover unpaid fees, and (ii) to get his name removed from being publicly connected with WE.
    He has communicated in writing to Aidan Early that he will not work with WE or any of the principals on any matter in future.
    As such, it seems that Oleg has been duped and is clearly out of pocket as a result of his involvement with WE, which in any event was as a third party consultant through a service company and not a director, officer or employee.

    I am not sure that there is anything more that we can usefully add to your understanding of the situation.

    Kind regards,

    Alex MacDonald

    Chief Executive

    Anglo African Oil & Gas

    Mobile: +44 7831 642064

    Skype: Alex.macdonald
    EM: Alex.macdonald@aaog.co
    The information in this e-mail is for the named recipient(s) only. If you are not the intended recipient, be advised that you have received this email in error and that any use, dissemination, forwarding, printing, or copying of this email is strictly prohibited.

    If you have received this in error, immediately, forward it to alex.macdonald@aaog.co highlighting the error and confirming that it has been deleted from your system. The contents of this message will not be in any way binding upon Anglo African Oil & Gas. Opinions, conclusions, contractual obligations and other information in this message, in so far as they relate to the official business of Anglo African Oil & Gas, must be specifically confirmed in writing.

    Sent from my iPhone
    On 8 Feb 2016, peterxjames@gmx.co.uk wrote:

    Dear Alex

    Thank you for your checking of matters in relation to Oleg, Aidan Earley and Craig Whyte.

    We are still awaiting your reply.

    Yours Sincerely

    Peter

    Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2016 From: alex.macdonald@aaog.coTo: peterxjames@gmx.co.ukSubject: RE: RE: Oleg-Sergei Schkoda Worthington Group
    Dear Peter
    Thank you for clarifying and we are just checking some matters in relation to Oleg and will provide further details tomorrow, but in the interim can I make it absolutely clear that there is no connection between the individuals you mentioned Aidan Earley and Craig Whyte and Namibian/Anglo African Oil & Gas.
    Regards
    Alex

    Kind regards
    Alex
    Alex MacDonaldChief ExecutiveAnglo African Oil & GasMobile: +44 7831642064Skype: alex.macdonaldEM: alex.macdonald@aaog.co


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