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Share Price: 112.00Bid: 111.75Ask: 112.00Change: -4.25 (-3.66%)Faller - Igas Energy
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.22%Open: 116.00High: 116.50Low: 110.00Yesterday’s Close: 116.25



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ianrcrane
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Morbid Corporatism
29 Mar '14
The Police & Security Services have a comprehensive database of all those who they have the audacity to label 'Economic Terrorists' ... it was a bit disconcerting to have senior police officers, whom I'd never met previously, address me by name. However, I also know that some of those Officers have done some research for themselves and are appalled at being used as the 'iGas Private Army'. Of course there are other officers who take great delight in behaving like the UK Gestapo and wouldn't hesitate to use even greater force if they thought they could get away with it! There have been some 220 arrest at Barton Moss ... the irony is that the behaviour of the Greater Manchester Police has provided the Barton Moss Community Protection Camp with far more publicity that would ever have been achieved had GMP upheld their oath and 'facilitated peaceful protest'! Meanwhile, Ken acknowledges that the industrial revolution was indeed built upon the bodies (195,000 in the Coal Mining industry between 1850 & 1996; an average of 111 deaths every month for 146 years - Source: http://www.cmhrc.co.uk/site/disasters/ ). It is only 174yrs since the age at which a young boy could be sent down the pits was raised from 6yrs of age to 10yrs of age. Life is evidently cheap to industrialists, global corporatists ... and those out to make a fast buck. The corporatist disciples of the 'Profit above ALL else' philosophy are evidently free and easy with the lives of others!
 
kenstaff
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00.36 Mr Crane
29 Mar '14
I'm not sure if Ian really means this ( im sure he doesnt ). however perhaps he would correct his 00.36 post in which it infers
That a ' list of politicians & shareholders be made for Igas and the like'

Now what would manifest from this list, who knows, but as we all know from world events since 2001 , the idea of even making a list, seems beyond discussions for a Bulletin Board. This can encourage the wrong sort!

So will you correct this??

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It might be time to begin compiling a list of all Politicians, Employees, Suppliers, Police, Share Holders, etc who are helping to facilitate the rush towards Unconventional Gas extraction in the UK

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kenstaff
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RE: Cupability
29 Mar '14
You get the drift....

Danny Boyle’s bucolic vision of Britain dominated the stadium as the ceremony opened. Farmers and milkmaids tended to 70 sheep, 12 horses, 10 chickens, three cows, two goats, 10 ducks, and nine geese while a cricket match and a maypole dance went on. At 9.09pm the 40ft tall model of an oak, left, made of steel and fibreglass, was lifted by a winch. Inside were two spiral staircases, which allowed the actors and dancers dressed as the new working class to emerge into the stadium and go to “work” as the Industrial Revolution, bottom left, began.
ndustrial Revolution

From trap doors beneath the stage, above, giant factory chimneys began to rise, top. These chimneys, ranging from 80 to 100ft, were made of inflatable fabric painted to look like grey- brickwork. They were blown up, like bouncy castles, by high-pressure fans. The crew below stage kept them straight using winches, while trapeze artists did the same using a series of gears and pulleys attached to the steel wire rope strung across the roof of the stadium. On the stage floor “factory hands” pulled levers to give the impression they were being raised by mechanical means.
ooms and steam engines

At the same time, looms and models of Bessemer steam engines appeared on stage to create the choking, dust-filled atmosphere of the dark satanic mills. Around the engines, ranks of workers re-enacted the factory day with hammers, brushes and shovels.
The five engines were assembled from light aluminium steel and wood by 10 professional stage crew members below stage and two above, accompanied by two volunteers. The 32ft long by 9ft wide engines were named after the northern industrial towns of Accrington, Burnley, Cleethorpes, Doncaster and Eccles. Four battery-operated looms, each 15ft tall, were driven up ramps onto the stage, where weavers and machinists pretended to operate them
kenstaff
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RE: Cupability
29 Mar '14
Half way through your G4 STORM You Tube clip
pretty entertaining for conspiracy theory ideologists.....

You mention a lot about seeing things others can't, which I get......talking about UK gov and Obama paving the way for us to accept an alien invasion is a bit tongue in cheek, however if you dumb it down, yes we have spin every Monday morning, dont drink coffee, dont hog the middle lane, interest rates do this/ that the other blah blah.....

Now the one thing I can see is how the UK is sat on one huge mass of coal, which had given birth to modern Britain. There are many graves in the UK where there have been mining accidents, and now we have a chance to tap into this reserve to continue with the United Kingdoms prosperity.

Also mentioned is the Olympic Opening ceremony. Now as we know this depicted the story of Britain to be told to the world. This was the story of the INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

Written and produced by Frank Cottrell Boyce and Danny Boyle.
Excellent it was, and perhaps we take a moment to reflect the moment when it shows the masses of peasant farmers, servants to the few lords of the manor, leave their fields, and dig for COAL!!!!

Roll VT ( that means Video tape)

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/olympics/london-2012/9435386/London-2012-How-the-might-of-the-industrial-revolution-was-created-on-stage.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Cottrell_Boyce

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Boyle

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khPtHlSGx5c
maisung
Posts: 27
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:121.00
lanrcrane
29 Mar '14
Sorry to read your post! It seems that you don't understand the issues. Fracking is much less invasive than other extractive industries. Unlike mining, it leave strata in place. The water course issues and "earthquake" fears are grossly exaggerated and picking on this "issue of the day" does nothing to further the cause of ecology in our nation.
ianrcrane
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Cupability
29 Mar '14
It might be time to begin compiling a list of all Politicians, Employees, Suppliers, Police, Share Holders, etc who are helping to facilitate the rush towards Unconventional Gas extraction in the UK. Every one of these people will have to bear their share of culpabability when the inevitable contamination and negative health impacts manifest IF this industry ever becomes established in the UK.
ianrcrane
Posts: 21
Observation
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:121.00
Analysis ... not Prophecy
29 Mar '14
The role of the analyst is to connect the dots in an effort to avoid tragedy and travesty ... although anyone capable of doing a few hours of serious research will quickly come to the realisation that the Uncoventional Gas industry has left a trail of devastation in its wake ... all those who ignore the irrefutable evidence from the US, Canada & Australia will have to share the burden of culpability when the same contamination and health issues begin to manifest in the UK. Although the rapidly growing network of anti-fracking communities around the Country will be doing there best to ensure that this abomination is not unleashed beneath our densely populated Country.
kenstaff
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F r a CK ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
28 Mar '14
Crane on Fracking

Watched his Crane report on You tube, a lot of talking!!!
& not sure his mate Brian looks my cup of tea!!

however found one of his you tube movies

thats quite entertaining.
I will watch it all this weekend

Aliens- Olympics-9.11 etc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khPtHlSGx5c
kenstaff
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28 Mar '14
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kenstaff
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RE: Barton Moss Protection Communit..
28 Mar '14
Keep us updated

' Our inside man' :-D

Love the rig, its nice and white

better than them Ugly Coal mining winding towers...... and WIndmills that you despise... :-D

When r u off to Dart Sites??

They are gung ho , to get some cash in the till!!!

Igas are already raking it in.................

ps. can we have some of your video links to watch that are not about Fracking.
recommend some subjects for us ( seriously!!)



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