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david icke

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  1. This is TRUE!! I'm not David Icke!! In fact I was really surprised because I only registered a few days ago and a lot of people assumed I was actually the real David Icke. I thought the David Icke avatar might be errr... as in being able to use God-like prophetic knowledge to predict WTF is going to happen to house prices. I've decided to give up this user name and I'll re-register under something else. But the David Icke website is actually very inspiring... although that would definetly be a conversation OFF TOPIC!!
  2. Rents were not much better. Not a single place was advertised for rent at under £200 a week-and that gets a studio or a one-bedroom flat. This madness is just one aspect of the picture. Across London there were also 104,000 perfectly decent flats and houses standing empty last week according to the government's Empty Homes Agency. Most are kept empty by profiteering landlords and developers hoping to cash in as prices rise still more.
  3. just one example Rents were not much better. Not a single place was advertised for rent at under £200 a week-and that gets a studio or a one-bedroom flat. This madness is just one aspect of the picture. Across London there were also 104,000 perfectly decent flats and houses standing empty last week according to the government's Empty Homes Agency. Most are kept empty by profiteering landlords and developers hoping to cash in as prices rise still more.
  4. I think that summarises Brain To Let landlords. Making money by ripping off your fellow countrymen is easy, anyone could do it, you don't need any particular talent and your net contribution to society is nothing. Try making money by exporting goods to other countries - i.e. help make this country richer and stronger and not weak and fragmented. That would be impressive.
  5. Three cheers for the Google translator!! ... The index of fruitfulness is of 1,6 children per woman The agglomeration around London, called Large London the British government raised the interest rates on several occasions. Traditionally, the British borrow fromfluctuating rates. Gone up rate was the subject of an electric shock, the rise of the immediately ceasing price. Becoming aware of the crash, certain owners put on sale their good. In Mars 2004, the British market knew its stronger fall since 1995 (sources: Reuters). Which are the reasons of the real crash in Great Britain? The int
  6. I think I would rather take a chance of having my nuts blown off in a war than give all my cash to money lending scumbags.
  7. It would be worth moving into a houseshare first for a while to get a good feel for the area. To buy effectively you need a street by street understanding of the area particularly if you are going to let rooms. Buying a house without any local knowledge at all is very hit and miss - unless you trust EAs!
  8. Aaaahh good old student landlords :angry: I moved into a place with 3 girls that looked like it had been recently bombed for the princely sum of 28 p/w. I spent the first three days burning junk in the garden. About 2 months later our boiler was playing up, so I called the emergency numbers and the repairman that came out said it was pissing out Carbon Monoxide (oh yes - the killer). My room was on the ground floor next to the kitchen so I was just lucky to get through my student days without ending up like a miner's budgie.
  9. Most people have an inkling that the mainstream media is trying to con us day in day out and for the first time there is a genuine source of alternative news provided by the internet. You no longer need huge amounts of money to put your message out there and the VIs are losing the information war.
  10. It depends what your definitions of quality of life are I guess. When I lived in Birmingham you walk could around some areas and it would look like someone had spent the whole of the previous evening emptying bins in the streets. The 100 metre walk from the office to the car park got so bad they had to install extra lighting and a dedicated security guard after 3 people got robbed at knife point in the space of a month. As for the good old corner shop being the hub of the community you would be lucky to find anyone who could speak the language! The community has been raped - if it hasn't
  11. I remember the strikes in the 70s as a kid. No electricity and mum getting out the candles at night. Loved every minute of it!! Strikes don't affect you if you have a cheap place to live. If house prices are high you are forced into work just to pay the mortgage so you have to compromise your ideals.
  12. Buying a house and getting yourself in debt is a very easy thing to do. Resisting the herd mentality and not buying is actually quite difficult as you have to trust your own judgement against the often ambiguous mainstream media. Asking prices might still be going up but for me I just can't bare (bear?) to part with my hard earned money so easily.
  13. Every house tells a story, and rightmove can be a bit voyeurisitc some times. It looks like a old person has lived there and either passed away or been shunted into a home (as seen by the the bathroom and lounge carpet) Then their son/daughter has come in fresh from watching some DIY program and converted the loft and cellar using neutral colours and cheap furniture from homebase and re-fitted the kitchen i.e. spent 5 grand tarting up a pile of crap and hoping to cash in while the FTBs are still on the floor recovering from a 8 count.
  14. You can't really tell from the photo but it doesn't look like there is a window so how you could use the celler as a bedroom or kitchen is a mystery. You could probably keep a gimp down there but that's about it. If picture 2 is the cellar then the house has got 2 kitchens which is weird!!
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