By Tom Winnifrith | Thursday 30 November 2017
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I shall cover the abject results from fraud MySquar (MYSQ) in detail later. But first there is the matter of why the souls of CEO Eric Schaer and chairman Piers Pottinger will burn in hell. They are men beneath contempt - I refer you to a statement in today's numbers relating to events in Myanmar.
"The government has remained stable and open to the international community to accelerate growth, however since September 2017 the Country has faced challenges in regard to civil unrest that is receiving global media attention. While this is an unfortunate situation, it is not our place to offer commentary, other than to reassure investors that it does not and should not directly impact the business or strategy of the Group in any capacity. "
Fuck you Pottinger. Fuck you Schaer. This is the second time you have used the phrase "civil unrest" to describe what is happening to the Rohingyas in Rakhine State. More than 600,000 of these poor folks have fled in the face of what can only be described as genocide and ethnic cleansing. What is going on is an obscenity and merely to describe it as "civil unrest" is just an untruth. Gents you are apologists for pure evil. You describe children being beheaded, babies clubbed to death, mass rapes, folks being burned alive as "civil unrest?" Pottinger, Schaer you are scum.
I am at a loss as to how Nomad SP Angel, broker Beaufort and PR man Damian McCrystal allowed their names to go at the bottom of this release. You too are vermin. You are the lowest of the low. But I guess you will put your names to anything in return for your monthly retainers.
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