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observant andy

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  1. Thanks for the link FTF. I have always been suspicious of the state education system having an hidden agenda its about Dumbing us down and it is there in black and white for all to see.
  2. But your royal highness that rabble at HPC have been warning of this for years, did you not bother doing a google and finding them out . You could have read a thread from August 2004 called borrowed time to get an insight of what was going on. http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...pic=249&hl=
  3. A very good book well worth reading, however the report from iron mountain although conspirital holds some truth also in my humble opinion.
  4. I think you might be right there but i couldnt do with my 3g mobile and wireless broadband
  5. Are mobile phones wiping out our bees? It seems like the plot of a particularly far-fetched horror film. But some scientists suggest that our love of the mobile phone could cause massive food shortages, as the world's harvests fail. They are putting forward the theory that radiation given off by mobile phones and other hi-tech gadgets is a possible answer to one of the more bizarre mysteries ever to happen in the natural world - the abrupt disappearance of the bees that pollinate crops. Late last week, some bee-keepers claimed that the phenomenon - which started in the US, then spread to co
  6. You are right the yearly drops they quote as bad in the last housing downturn are what we are now witnessing in months, so FTB who bought at the top of this latest housing bubble are up sh it creek without a paddle in my opinion. Batton down the hatches this is not going to be pretty.
  7. After reading this thread this video came to mind. Classic
  8. well done Gordon at least those who benefit from a net will like you because alot of people in this country think you are a treasonus half wit and hate you.
  9. It is very hard for opposition politicians to let the cat out of the bag because all parties who are in power use the very useful tool of inflating the money supply which is a stealth tax which only works by keeping the sheeple in the dark of how the economy really works.
  10. The masked Tulip posts are a significant contribution to this forum with his depth of knowledge on a varied amount of subjects which would be a shame for all of us if he decided not to contribute anymore. However since this topic was started The masked Turnip has in my opinion acted sensibily by putting a disclaimer on all his posts regarding this matter to stop anyone thinking they are the same poster.
  11. Well done all Bears who have been on this forum for a long time now, The news available is now Bearish compared to last year when people still believed the only way was up for the housing market.
  12. The amount of gold reserves Britain holds compared to the amount of fiat money in the economy
  13. I agree with some of what you say a large amount of people across the spectrum have got themselves in alot of debt. However to say that all houseowners are prudent is a generalisation because some have tried getting on the ladder by self certification mortgage and some by overstretching themselves because they have worked out how much they can afford at historical low interest rates but have had no inclination that interest rates go up sometimes dramatically. Other people are the amateur BTL these are the most stupid of people because they dont know the difference between a current asset and
  14. I remember reading a letter in the Financial Times about three years ago about this womens concerns about the amount of consumer debt which had been accumulated this at the time was 868Billion she was going on that if this continued then it would have disastrous consequences for the economy due to this debt timebomb. This is when I became interested in this large debt since then I have seen in disbelief this amount pass the 1 trillion mark and now nearing 1.1 trillion. I remember also a few years ago after the dotcom boom the government ,media urging the consumer to spend near christmas to
  15. For years the Uk was always under the threat of an attacks from the IRA. Then nothing was heard from them but was replaced by Al Qaeda who incidentaly have never attacked the UK. Now you dont hear anything of Al Qaeda (accept when the government use terrorism has a justification to giving up our civil liberties.) but now we are hearing on the news alot lately about the IRA. Is this neoconservatism in action to always giving the UK public a fear factor so that government can force their agendas.
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