Its self-projection Eudius. It's Ray that does what he accuses long-time longs of doing. The behavior he describes is more likely from those who are newly invested and hoping for a quick return. This was the case for him when he first invested. Now he's just a bitter old sour-puss-y.
Fact is long-time longs have seen the pattern of share price manipulation. We're outraged each time, but we're used to it. We understand that this is the norm with Nanologix. Some of us are surprised when good news isn't able to break thru once and for all at least the blatant manipulation being used to crush the share price for no fathomable reason other than to cause the Company to fail so that they don't need to cover all the unsettled shares in their books. I am not surprised and have not been for a couple years now. I've moved that bar to news of deals and evidence of significant revenues (such as direct via financials or indirect via issuance of dividenends).
The challenge long investors face is that the crooks are able to print as many fake shares as they need to satisfy any level of buying interest as long as they believe there is a chance that the Company will not GREATLY succeed. Its OK for them to continue their MO if the Company just gets by because it will take a lot of money to fight them legally. If the Company never generates significant profits, the game will continue until they eventually win.
I don't believe announcements of deals with multi-billion dollar companies will be enough. Evidence of the revenues generated may also not be enough as I don't put it past them to resort to other more extreme means.
The best chance for success in breaking these crooks is to surprise them giving them no time to react. Until then, I am resigned to the high likelihood that share price will remain perpetually depressed.
I am a long-time long and that is my perspective.