Very easy for you to pick out the few occasions when it appears you were right. What about the rest?
Oh, and I have never 'refused to believe' anything at all. Being pragmatic, I just remain very sceptical when information always comes from the same unverified source, and without any other source of corroboration. And for your information, I don't think I have ever expressed any opinion regarding the MG6; you must be mistaking me for someone else, or imagining I had posted something which I haven't
, although I admit to being surprised that the 6 was dropped completely and was not replaced with a new model, and puzzled as to why MG seem so far behind the rest of the world in their engine technology (especially as they led us all to believe that they were designing new up-to-date engines only 4 or 5 years ago). Very odd!
I have always been enthusiastic toward MG, but I have to say I have become very disillusioned and feel they are giving me the appearance of a company that doesn't know where it is going, much less how to get there. They don't even give me the impression that they have any idea where the road they are currently treading may lead them.
Some of the information you have repeatedly claimed to be privy to, seems to me to be the type that most companys would regard as 'sensitive' and any employee/manager at MG Motor who is divulging such information to outsiders certainly shouldn't
be doing so - and in turn, it shouldn't be passed on into the public domain. "Careless talk costs lives", or in this case, can serve to undermine MG Motor (perhaps that is someone's intention?).
As to the 'someone who works there'
; he did specifically
confirm to me at the time you first started suggesting that there was no more finishing off of the MG3 going on at Longbridge that you were incorrect. Should I believe someone who works there? or should I have believed an apparent outsider who has supposedly quoted an undisclosed and unverified source? (I say apparent outsider - for all I know, you might be William Wang
) It is logical to favour information from the person known to work there as being correct.