Yesterday, the lying fraudsters at African Potash (AFPO) announced that the now NEX Markets listed company had managed to raise £125,000 gross - this is an admission that it is bust. I refer you back to the annual report that it snuck out at no-one is watching O'clock around Christmas. As a bonus the RNS of yesterday afternoon contained one slam dunk lie from CEO lyin' Chris Cleverley and his pal the senior NED Lord Peter Hain of sleaze. But I guess no-one cares any more. Lets revert to the notes to the last audited accounts which came out at Christmas. RSM Tenon states:
On 1st September the fascist and grubby law firm of Memery Crystal threatened me with a libel suit if I did not agree to hand over to it a blank cheque within 24 hours as well as withdrawing all of my articles about its client African Potash (AFPO) and promising to never write again about Potash. Natch I told Memery to feck off just as I did when it tried to extract cash from me with menaces on behalf of both Pirate Pete Landau and the Globo fraudsters. I really want to see the African Potash bitchez in Court as disclosure will be a hoot. But...
Here we have African Potash (AFPO) CEO lyin' Chris Cleverley in action with his senior NED Lord Peter Hain. I am not sure what they are doing but perhaps you know. Can you supply a suitable caption by midnight Thursday which will be four weeks since Potash promised to sue me for libel for calling them out as a fraud. I'm still waiting. Post your entries in the comments section below. My entry is:
I sensed that those close to the fraud African Potash (AFPO) were getting skittish and now I can reveal that the first adviser has indeed handed in its notice. And I am not surprised as to who it is that has shown that it puts morality ahead of money.
So far all the rats remain on board the stinking ship of fools and fraudsters that is African Potash (AFPO). But one rat is going to jump at some stage as either the authorities prepare to swoop or the company finally runs out of other people's money. We asked who would be first to go and you said:
Aha, let's tell the morons that we are going to take legal action against Tom Winnifrith for pointing out that we are lying bastards who commit fraud. That will allow us to get a rescue placing away but we don't want to go for libel because disclosure would destroy us. Telling spivs you are going to sue the Sheriff of AIM allowed the fraudsters at Sefton to issue more confetti several times and African Potash (AFPO) is using the same playbook. But death for this worthless POS is merely postponed by a few months.
In two days time African Potash (AFPO) must repay its finance director's wife $1.1 million as it is obliged to clear the most expensive loan in AIM history. It has no cash so prepare for mega dilution as the loan will be repaid in shares at 0.29p per share, or lower. Against that background I have, this weekend, shown that on both January 6 2016 and December 1 2015 it lied to investors ahead of its last bailout placing, it engaged in fraud. The man charged with holding CEO lyin' Chris Cleverley to account on this is perma-tango tanned Labour Lord, Peter Hain. I have written to his Lordship today.
I am abroad at the moment and the London Stock market doesn’t kick off until 3PM my time. This has its drawbacks as I have recently found myself reading twitter and bulletin boards while I await the open. Although I am not a particularly sensitive soul I do feel rather cross when I read the perfectly beastly things being said about me.
Just when you thought that our MPs could not sink any lower in talking complete bollocks as they engage in populist pre-election vote grubbing, they turn up en masse to surprise you with a new act of idiocy. Leading the charge on this occasion is the economic illiterate business secretary Vince Cable and the matter at hand is Quindell (QPP).
We are well ahead on our tip to buy shares in Amara Mining (AMA) We told Nifty Fifty readers to buy at a 15.75p offer – the stock is now 23.75-24p. But there was interesting news last week implying that there is more upside still.
I first covered Amara (AMA) in February this year, denouncing the behaviour of the management. Back then it was trading at 42p. Today’s share price of 30.875p represents a nice return on the short side so when it again hit today’s list of 52 week lows my first question was: is there room for more?