Eric, I agree with your comments in your recent posts re our Swedish friends. They are a real asset to the Board. They can see very well where we fall short, due to the culture/national variances etc. Their ‘voluntary’ input to offer unconditional help wherever and whenever, comes over loud and clear. Imo
We do need this decision for all of the obvious reasons. Then we can get back to talking about £3+ a share. Hang on, I forgot Graphite. Make that a tenner. Lol. Atb
Good of you to share your thoughts and information. You obviously spotted we shareholders were finding it difficult to post anything of a positive nature on our own forum, without it being pounced upon.
Suzy, I don't know if anyone has managed to figure it out, but my handle/nick is of course a direct response to he who shall not be named. :) I've read here for months, but eventually felt compelled to register in order to dispute some of his claims.
Since I now have an account, I will also of course try to share whatever information I get from our Swedish forums, that I feel haven't reached you guys. So perhaps some good comes from his presence after all :)
One fact I've forgotten to report is that Beowulf applied for an exploration license close to Sala Silvergruva in the middle of April. An area that has proven to hold lots of mineral deposits in the past. So our exploration efforts continues, and gives us a relief with the fact that Kurt seems to see the company becoming a long term player.
Thank you for the information. The Minister for Rural Affairs has a sensible and a progressive approach whilst embracing the green considerations. Sadly, unlike Britain’s ‘greens’ who are militant in their approach, and not progressive, even reckless in application. The loss of badly needed jobs to China for example is the result, together with additional and avoidable damage to the planet. Cheapskates. Atb
has clearly stated he is pro-Kallak. I quote him "It should be attractive to live and work in rural areas. I see the green sector, rural development and regional growth as important components in creating jobs and growth throughout the country". The minister is part of the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation in Sweden, who is handling the Kallak application.
Admin won't do anything Sooz, too many chat pages for them to wade through. If you aren't happy with a post, at least if you report it you know it will have been brought to their attention. Anyway, up to you. Maybe you should ask our antagonist first, so that you are directed exactly what to think, and ultimately, what you are then allowed to do. Lol.
He may post some useful information, yes, but it's only what he wants you to read, and it won't raise your spirits. He may say that it is factual, but it isn't the full picture, only one from a biased angle, the view of an opposer, designed to create doubt. He won't change his spots, even though he may suddenly appear supportive, or at least less pompous, as he did yesterday. He's only pretending.
Living by the sea is great, if you don't mind all seasons. It suits me. Spring tides are my favourite, high swells. The power of the sea is something to behold. Can't mess with it either. Lol.
Anyway, try and get outside if you can, will do you good I reckon.
I would like to go among my flowers today but too much work to do. On reflection, I'm now thinking it's better not to report his posts and leave it to Admin....then we have evidence that might be useful. Enjoy the sun.you're lucky to live by the sea.
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