I for one am not taking anything as an insult or personal slight, far from it. As I've said Laffs, we each are approaching this situation with our Company differently at present, and that's all that it is.
First and foremost, none of this is, and should ever be personal. You all seem to be taking my rallying cries as personal slights or insults. They are not. I am simply trying to get as many holders on board as possible.
I am not sure what you think is going to happen by signing up, something bad obviously.
I have gone to great lengths to say there will have to be consensus on any action, nothing can or will happen without it.
I really do see both sides of the coin, but I believe in being prepared for the worst rather than sitting on my hands, doing nothing and potentially hugely regretting it later.
I wish us all the very best for the future and genuinely really want BMR to deliver the positive news that we all hope for.
GC Nothing that I am aware of, the coin bit was a poor joke I will grant you that.
I have looked at old RNS data & after the recent changes I have read every one again. We need assistance from some one with more knowledge on L&Z tailings. I read a post here by Nedd Friday I think & he stated he noticed some contradictions. I asked a couple of questions, he has not replied to my post, he may not have looked in again. In a plc & I know we are listed on AIM, but I was expecting the non Executives board members to be much more vigilant on our behalf. All IMHO
I miss DU. If he turns up, I'd ask him why MA hasn't just focused solely on Kabwe from day one, and not bothered to lead us on a wild goose chase around Northern Zambia. After all, the sp is a penny, so it's not as if much preservation of the sp has been achieved with our chasing of the quite probable ghost assets of Chingola and Ndola. Waste of money, time, as well as grinding shareholder nerves, while also increasing the number of shares in issue. Why bother doing all that? A non-asset grab. Had it have been only Kabwe, we would have saved time, money, perhaps better preserved shareholder sentiment and currently possibly had a fewer amount of shares in issue.
MA has indeed mystified everyone, including it seems, himself. I hope though, after all this drudgery for us shareholders, that he hasn't done anything naughty.
I more than understand, but have you considered that you don't? We are on the same side, but at this time have different views as to the timing of rallying for an EGM, which is what you are doing. You are pressing people, some perhaps who are raw, and who need time and space. Their own time and space. It's not difficult to understand really, but it seems for you, difficult to accept. Every person feels different over this EGM matter, but the intensity of the situation has snowballed so far as you are concerned. Others however, don't wish to yet get involved until AB is allowed more time, and maybe even until the next news is out, to see if matters with the Company are further clarified and/or the AGM is announced. To be honest, that seems fair to me, but not to you, so I feel you should allow people to trickle onto the EGM list as and when they are ready. Otherwise, it does become an issue, as, even though you may want to hit the ground running with this, it is a last resort play that you are suggesting, and as such, I don't want any part of that until I'm ready, and neither should anyone else.
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