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Setantii

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  1. Not had a pay rise for three years and lost our company private health care twelve months ago.
  2. Got to agree. The Government bailouts have stopped the rot for the moment. However when they come to try and pay back these debts the shit wil hit the fan. No politician can dare tell the truth about this mess. Any major politician bold enough to speak out would spook the markets and start the collapse (which I think is inevitable long term), thus being wrongly tarred as the man who brought down the economy.
  3. Would it be possible to build up a decent credit rating by circulating a number of moderately sized debts (say five seperate debts of around £1000 pound each) between various credit card accounts, making sure you pay promptly each month so as not to incur any interest payments? If so how long would it take to build up a decent credit rating?
  4. Glad to see somebody else will be voting NO2EU as well as myself.
  5. This quote really nails it - "We do not have jurisdiction to directly go out and audit reserve bank activities specifically".
  6. The mortgage is the only debt we have - around £25,000 left to pay.
  7. IMO the fundamental cause of the current crisis is the debt based economic system we are all trapped in.
  8. It's probably more like for every £20 of debt there are £1 savings.
  9. But what if all the land further up the river was already occupied? Also would you ever resort to force to stop your air being polluted?
  10. Hey Injin, any chance of answering this question I asked earlier? (post 110 on the thread) Thanks. http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...t&p=1707625
  11. Who says there is any more fresh water in the area? Example, a company sets up near your home and you are being poisoned by the noxious fumes from the factory blowing in your direction. You'd just pack up and leave rather then try and stop the people responsible? What if all other land is already occupied and there is nowhere to escape to?
  12. Why the ****** should they have to move because some inconsiderate bastards up the valley are destroying their land base? IMO they'd have the moral right to use force to stop the poisoning of their water.
  13. She was just keeping abreast of fashion but at least she'll have the mammaries.
  14. "from a size 34C to 34E" - That's inflation for you and it appears she'll soon be going bust!
  15. I know Jade Goody has nothing to do with the original post but I'd like my say on the subject. I despise everything 'Jade Goody', the brand, stood for. She was a 'chav' who became famous for showing her 'kebab' and giving a guy a blow job on national t.v. That said I understand how she had no real control over her 'career' and was merely promoted by corporate ******sters as a symbol of hope for many that no matter how untalented or thick you are you still have a chance at 'success'. The woman's dying and will leave two little kids behind. For that reason alone (being a father myself) she has my utmost sympathy. I'm sure she'd give it all back for another twelve months with her children. IMO anybody who can't sympathize with her current plight is a hard hearted individual indeed.
  16. I sometimes think that the 'man made global warming' scare might actually be a scam to open up a whole new market for people to invest in. As you rightly pointed out there comes a time when capital has nowhere left to expand unless new markets can be created.
  17. Anybody rich enough to pay a financial wizard to find every tax loophole available . . . . .
  18. Well I'm glad somebody else can see the apparent hypocricy displayed by whinging savers.
  19. I pay tax and yeah I get some of it back through tax credits, big ******ing deal, I still pay more in to the system then I get out.
  20. Not really. Anybody who pumped their savings into property, assuming that prices will always go up , is rightly regarded as a fool on these boards. Most hear take great glee in their coming demise. By the same token, anybody stashing their savings into a bank account, assuming that the bank will never fail and they will always be paid decent interest rates, is also just as deluded surely?
  21. If it wasn't for the educated financial racketeers trying to suck the uneducated into an exploitative system that milks them for all they're worth we wouldn't be in this mess. Of course you savers couldn't give a shit as long as you were getting your juicy interest payments. Your just like the bankers, fooking leeches on the back of the average working man.
  22. I have a job but I can't afford the luxury of savings and as far as I'm aware my work collegues are all in a similar position. We earn just enough to put a roof over our heads, pay the bills, put food on the table and buy a few pieces of cheap plastic tat to ammuse the kids. So when I hear people earning enough to have spare cash to save, who now have their savings protected by the taxpayer (which includes people like me who don't have savings but pay into the system) it grates me no end to hear them crying over their lost interest payments. The banks are bailed out, the savers are bailed out, but people like me pay towards this extortion and have to thank our lucky stars we're still in a job!
  23. I'm getting rather sick of savers bleating on about how the current low interest rates are ruining them financially and how it's not worth them saving their cash. How quickly they forget that if it wasn't for the taxpayer being forced to bail out the banking system these people wouldn't have any savings at all!
  24. I tend to agree. I think people would have more chance bartering with cigs, booze, tobacco and drugs then with gold.
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