With the way small biotechs with promising developments are beaten down by stock market dingbats. The incoherence between the academic scientific world, which develops products such as Dc Vax and the dog eat dog crumb bum world of stock market shenanigans is comical.
Yes, he's a short. The giveaway is the endless negativity. Investors who have lost and become disgusted with the stock have long left, and don't have the time to comment. Those who are still invested don't rag on the company, they hope the science proves valid, and simply want the best for the company and its investors and the patients involved. His motivation is to spring loose a few more shorts to gobble up. And believe it or not, the shorts really do want the shares. Even though reading their comments one would think only a mental case would want the shares.
I tend to agree but there are degrees of offshoreness, so to speak. Israel for instance might want to allow a promising treatment on a non-guarantee basis. No individual doctor would want to sponsor innovative but unproven treatment, but a national health service might.
No one with an IQ capable of comprehending the biochemistry necessary to evaluate NWBO uses language like that. When I was in grad school if someone like "fred" piped up with words like "t--d" heads would turn and the professor would point to the door.