Interesting, thanks for the clarification. I would be curious if you called the main number listed on the website from outside if you'd see/hear it ring, or if phones have been disconnected/forwarded as well.
you posted this early Monday morning...exactly when did you make this visit ?.....early Monday ?.....Sunday ?.....Saturday ?.....have you gone back ?.....let's hear the truth, phony...
Invest if you believe in something or else go elsewhere with your negative rederick and foolish postings 24/7 is how I see it... Not just here, but everywhere out there.
Sorry for loss......again I was trying to warn you and you had the nerve call me a name. At least I'm not throwing in your face........which could be easily done. LLEN again remember when they went public.....thought they could make a run of it. See I remember PUDA too. Same thing. YZC one of China's biggest still not even doing well.
If you study that graph, the first thing you will notice is that libertarianism is not as pure of policy as the graph suggests.
Nor are any of the others, so there is a grey area where policy arguments and principles shift over time then shift back.
For example, in the 1940s, democrats then are very much like republicans to day, except for the blatent racism. Democrats over the years have managed to accuse republicans of doing and believing things they never did. It always has been liberals who use race as a political issue and they play on both sides of it.
Republicans gerally, or more specifically Conservatives, see race as a non issue and view a person on their merits.
"totally opposite to
the despicable thinking of libertards."
Not really......not these libtards.
These libtards are pushing for the legalization of marijuana and some other drugs. ...so are libertarians.
Abortion, equality, rights are all libtard buzz words. Libertarians are in favor of all that as a general policy.
The real difference is that libertarians despise big government and liberals love it.
On the other hand libertarians agree with conservatives that the people hold the power and grant some of it to government as the people see fit.
Libtards see the power as belonging to government and then loaned out to the people as the government sees fit.
In my view, this is the real difference and what separates liberal and their Marxist friends from conservatives and libertarians.
Again, it is pretty complicated when you try to sort it out.
Libertarianism is exactly opposite of authoritarianism, both are locked in a political opposition.
Obama is a authoritarian Marxist. probably opposed to some liberal points of view, however there are few liberal left in the democrat leadership.
Libertarians are closer to liberals then are to conservatives generally.
Conservatives are law and order types, libertarians are all about free will and no restrictions. But Conservatives also despise authoritarians.
Conservatives are all about keeping traditions that have worked well for 100s of years, Libertarians are more about tearing all that down.
Both liberals and conservatives share part or parts of the libertarian views however. Just as some Conservatives and some liberals can become authoritarians given that they have no opposing group or groups against them to moderate their behaviors.
There are also differences between these labels in America and in Europe. In Europe Conservatives are mislabeled as fascists. This stems from the Italian Mussolini but fascism was actually a political movement with a party of the same name. It began the era of crony capitalism and requires a authoritarian leader or tyrant.
It's complicated, but the root word of libertarianism is indeed liberal or liberalist. To" liberate" in thought and actions...actually could be construed as a anarchist is some libertarian groups that are extreme.
Ron Paul, for example, is really a blend of conservatism and liberalism however he is socially liberal and fiscally conservative.. He is also a isolationist, a trait that conservatives gave up and purged some 60 years ago. Libertarians have adopted it.
I could go on and try to show the differences between classical liberalism and Marxism , and the conservative offshoots, but I would write a book. and I have not even mentioned communism.
No!……the root of Libertarians is not ‘Liberal’, but ‘Liberty’ totally opposite to
the despicable thinking of libertards.
Could you tell if it was empty inside, was there mail piling up, etc or did it look like someone had been there recently?
Kabani has admitted no wrongdoing, but yes, they are certainly subject to law suits.
I suppose you could file a suit now, however proceedings on it are stayed pending the results of the criminal matters. I don't expect that to happen until next year unless he pleas out.
I would wait for more ammunition against Kabani. Currently there is none but some may be revealed. If you recall, the SEC has a ongoing investigation into LLEN on the civil side. It too is stayed pending the criminal charges.
If the SEC charges Kabani, you will then have your opening to proceed. IMO
I've been saying for some time that we shareholders need to sue Kabani, the individual board members, and anyone else who is in the middle of this mess. The auditors absolutely should have been confirming receivables, should have done significantly more due diligence after the initial claim by Alpha relating to ownership, etc. If this is a fraud, each board member should be individually sued due to incompetence and potential collusion with Lee. It's possible they have some insurance that might cover managment fraud and that should be looked into also. Now, how do we start this lawsuit as I'm finally ready to admit that there is some degree of fraud going on, just not sure how much.