The news is a week old, sorry but I have deliberately not posted it before as I knew it would make the teamrampitup unhappy and I couldn't be bothered with the abuse it would bring me, but here is a little for those unable to open the link above.
President Higgins sent his condolences to the people of Western Sahara this week following the death of the disputed territory’s leader-in-exile risking a souring of relations between Ireland and Morocco.
The Polisario Front is a Sahrawi rebel national liberation movement aiming to end Moroccan presence in the Western Sahara.
In October 2012 the Moroccan Ambassador to Ireland was temporarily withdrawn after President Higgins became the first European Head of State to meet with Mr. Abdelaziz. Officials from the Department for Foreign Affairs were keen to the point out that the meeting was not an official recognition of the SADR state but rather that Mr. Abdelaziz represented the native people of Western Sahara.
It was a major coup for the Western Saharan Independence Movement.
I would value the opinion of any genuine investor here who has not heard about this news.
I feel it relevant myself as a confirmed shareholder, especially as the name San Leon Energy is quoted in the article.
I feel that this news, as suggested in the article, which I did not write myself, could effect our investment in Morocco.
Happy to engage with any genuine shareholder in a debate over this. I will not be responding to any post slamming this article as irrelevant or complete rubbish as I believe team rampitup have an agenda that certainly does not reflect the actions of genuine investors. I will not be responding to any rude or bullying posters.
It is my opinion that they are getting paid to post by someone, why else would they be so rude and aggressive, if they were genuine shareholders they would welcome all news that may effect their investment.
Seems to me that they have other reasons to be here.
There are those who are trying to censor what is posted here and will bully those off the board who's posts don't pass the censorship test. Why? Because they are afraid of anything negative that might burst their utopic bubble.
Personally, I'm cautiously optimistic about SLE's prospects. However, as a genuine PI, I welcome ALL news, good, bad and ugly. I can decide what is and what isn't relevant, I don't need others to do that for me.
Counter arguments yes, personal insults, we don't need them.
Whats not factual about shareholders not being able to sell their shares?
Whats wrong with my opinion that Mr. Fanning is clever in his dealings and has in my opinion cleverly prevented the company from going bust whilst he sorts out some sort of income to save it and save our investment money?
Go on smithy explain what is dishonest about me expressing an opinion.
I think you should look to yourself before calling others dishonest. It seems the only way you can win an argument is by calling people names and trying to scare them off the BB by making pathetic threats.. How old are you? Man Up!
Good luck with the defamation,is there a chance that your identity will be finally revealed in a court of law?or will you continue your crusade as an anonymous non holding keyboard warrior You won't able to hide forever from the truth
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