Report Govt to offer financial guarantees to banks to lend 95% mortgages and abandon post credit crunch regulation in House prices and the economy Posted October 3, 2020 Desperate attempt to win over the ever-growing proportion of voters who haven't benefitted from the propped up 'market', keep plates spinning, save the "economy" (where economy only limps on by pushing more debt slaves), keep the boomer voters happy, keep banks away from more financial stress, slap the back of VIs etc etc. What I want to know is what are the messages that can be pushed in an attempt to worry the tory comms and policy folks into maybe not doing it, say if there were lots of people, especially FTB demographic agreeing with these type of messages in places online other than HPC. Surely they 'test opinion' when floating these type of policy proposals. "Nothing will stop them" you might say - maybe. What about 'Govnt trying to trick vulnerable youngsters into too much debt' or 'we want lower house prices, not higher debt, so stop with the unhelpful interventions that will cost the taxpayer dear, say FTBers' or 'your taxes will go up just so the gov can artificially keep house prices high' or 'I don't want more massive debts, I just want the tories to stop messing with "help" in the housing market that doesn't help me, maybe I might even vote for them in future if they did.'