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RBC, RUBICON LIMITED
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Not an all time low today in actual price but a match of the all time low of the 30 day average according to BigCharts.com.

Can we expect something?






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Don't expect we'll get to see a financial report again either. Something will have happened by then. Guess we will never know whether Lukie Luke got his payout or not.



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post Posted: Mar 16 2019, 05:27 PM
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As anticipated, no AGM notice. Instead NZ suffers a mass killing under the guise of religious hate on the Ides of March. Surely Lukie Luke isn't that embittered on not getting his payout.

Q reckons there is no such thing as coincidence. Q also says NZ attack wasn't the main act and to expect more in Europe. I remain perplexed as to what a kiwi is doing in the White House. Equally perplexing is how or why he has remained there when the Trump administration seems to be a merry go round with resignations and appointments every day.

None of it matters though because RBC and Hughie are now acting unlawfully according to the Companies Act and there own Constitution.

We are in the twilight zone.






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Watching a juicy plum being held as subsidiary by a shell reminds me of the Brierley days.

Sell the sub for pennies and make a transaction with the shell? Could be the only outcome if Hughie's star has crested.



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Hughie prides himself on the issue of providing good governance to any company he is associated with. Which makes the next two days all the more important.

They are the last two days he has to lawfully provide notice of the AGM. I am excepting the weekend because they are not working days. If he has received a waiver from the NZX this should have to be provided to the market as well in lieu of notice.








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At this rate I doubt they will even provide notice of an AGM. Probably won't even hold. As if Hughie n the boys want to front up to yucky little shareholders and account for themselves.

I mean if they can just ignore the NZX requirements for director resignations and major transactions with full knowledge the NZX and regulators won't do anything then who cares about an AGM notice?



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Wonder if anyone has the courage to ask why CSIRO and the Chinese avoid Arborgen like the plague, choosing instead to partner up with Futuragene.

Would love to hear the answer to that one.



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Five working days before we get to know when we can hit Hughie up with the big and embarrassing questions.

Seems strange that absolutely nobody in NZ has any desire to "chat" about RBC and its ground breaking science. And RBC is loathe to comply with its legal requirements by not telling anyone about Lukie Luke hitting the high road. Be it with or without payment.

Now that would be a good question to ask at the AGM.








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Nine working days by the end of today to get the AGM notice out.

Where were these new GE trees grown? NZ law prevents it I believe. Though that may've been modified somewhat because I recall some kind of act of sabotage being made against a plot being reported in the media a long long time ago. It might explain the secrecy around it all.

What if they were grown in China? Not everyone has forgotten about the CNIFP in partnership with the Chinese. The same Chinese who are now in negotiations with the Americans over agricultural products amongst other things. Hughie is their point man in this region with his Trilateral Commission a.k.a Rockefeller Group network connections. What role does a kiwi in the Whitehouse play then? If any.






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Two weeks left before they must lawfully provide the AGM notice.... unless... the NZX grants them a waiver.

What's the best that is exactly what happens.

We might be heading for a Fourth of July celebration here. Can smell a Hughie rat from miles away. It's not as if he wishes to go through the disdain of meeting shareholders again.



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