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Dubai

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  1. Nice charts..... I presume you mean a second leg down is necessary to take the curve back to, or below, mean levels?
  2. I admit that I'm rubbish at maths.... but the vat rise is actually just over 14%, isn't it?
  3. First, there could be a move towards economic protectionism and political nationalism, with the great event in the years between 2014 and 2018 being a confrontation between the US and China. War. Why does that even figure? We should be past that........
  4. Exploitation Of Young "I am not a Victim, I am Powerful" repeat until you feel good or fancy a beer.
  5. It is possible, and it will happen. It's a good job that nobody is immortal......
  6. Maybe. As to the comment "but their lifestyles are far superior to that enjoyed in the 1960s" I'm not sure about that. Material consumption does not necessarily make for a superior lifestyle. For example, I'd rather be stuck in a tent, smoking whacky backy with a couple of 'liberated' ladies, not having to worry about being spotted by CCTV or the local Citizens Watch, not having to worry about credit card repayments, not having to worry about the monstrous amount of petty infractions that we have today, than stuck in front of a 46" plasma watching a sh1te film that has been made solely for purpose of extracting cash from your credit card. It's just a lifestyle thing, I suppose....
  7. You become a "Veteran" after 3000.... then you get stuck in limbo for eternity.... 5000 is the next 'milestone', I think .... are you a status junkie?
  8. Er, sorry to butt in..... I think you'll find that the majority of people who live like that are doing so because they have borrowed money to do it.
  9. Wow, what a find! Well done! This should be pinned.......
  10. A reply..... emmiemToday 12:51 AMWho went to the secretive international Bilderberg crime cabal in Spain this year? Maybe they could tell us who's next in line for the austerity fascism treatment. Interesting to note that the meeting was in Greece last year - they've crashed and burned. Will Spain be next?There's a very easy way of implementing savage cuts without disclosing plans or consulting anyone. Simply cut the money supply off. No one will go to work if there's no money for wages and my guess is that's what Cameron is already planning to do. He will drastically increase CO2 taxes (remember, that poisonous gas?), and give vast amounts of borrowed money to countries with space programmes and despots with huge Swiss bank accounts. Then he will zap the public services that most affect the very vulnerable and the elderly. (Useless eaters). After that he will make sure interest rates stay negative while the cost of food, energy and other necessities inflate to the stratosphere. Negative interest rates will more or less eliminate the middle class, those best placed to articulate a coherent protest.Cameron is a programmed clone whose claim to fame will be to preside over the biggest transfer of wealth in modern history. I always wondered why the Palace of Westminster was guarded by special forces armed with machine guns. Surely they wouldn't blow themselves up with one of their false flag 'terror' operations, would they? Got to give them credit for planning ahead.
  11. This may have been answered and I missed it (7 pages is a lot to trawl through!).... but why is international aid a sacred cow?
  12. You'd be better off buying a caravan or an RV for that kind of money. Or a big tent!
  13. Oh dear..... nothing changes.... so much for clegg's liberty speech. [email protected] http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/coalition-reneges-on-pledge-to-scrap-central-nhs-database-1992670.html
  14. Wait until godman sucks buys back in.... they have the luck of the Irish.... flogged 43% 3 weeks before the disaster.... http://moneycentral.msn.com/ownership?Holding=Institutional+Ownership&symbol=BP
  15. So, here's a list of the richest people in the world http://en.wikipedia...._billionaires So where are the Rothschild', Rockerfeller's, Her Maj etc. etc.?
  16. Maths is certainly not my strong point, so how do they turn a rise of 0.2% in one month into 8.5% over 12 months?
  17. There's a lot of people telling the UK how to run itself these days..... is it a Nation anymore??
  18. No idea what he's on about.... but it seems dire!
  19. The correction, soon to be crash, is here: the market had a bigger relative open to close move today than it did on May 6. We closed at the day's lows on massive volume, despite definitive central bank intervention, regardless whether it was the SNB, the ECB, or the Fed. The central planners have lost control of the market, and all thanks to the inevitable collapse of hyper capitalist Keynesianism coming out of the formerly most communist country in the world. A day of ironies. And it's not over. Futures are already down another 4 handles. The correction is coming, and it will be a bloodbath. The Fed can not push rates lower. It will print. It is inevitable. It is our destiny. http://www.zerohedge.com/article/bloodbath
  20. Germany’s parliament today passed a bill that will mean that about 66 per cent of the country’s income tax revenue each year will go to banks in the form of interest payments on souvereign dent bonds held by Greece, Portugal and other eurozone nations.Chancellor Angela Merkel’s centre-right coalition government voted to give 123 billion as Germany’s portion of a 750-billion euro loan guarantee package prepared by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund to enable governments to keep up interest payments to banks on souvereign debt.The bill was passed by the Bundestag with with 319 "yes" votes, 73 "no" votes and 195 abstentions.The abstentions came from the center-left opposition Greens and Social Democrats (SPD) and a handful of CDU/CSU and FDP backbenchers.The 123 billion euro bank package comes on top of the 22.4 billon that Germany’s parliament voted to give Greece two weeks ago.German taxpayers will, therefore, have to give 145 billion euros or 77% of the country’s annual income tax revenue to the banks in the highly likely event of Greece, Portugal and other countries not being able to meet their souvereign debt interest payments.Snip.....Never in recent European history have governments so blatantly looted taxpayers.If nothing is done to reverse these bills, the economic and social collapse of Germany, Greece and EU nations is inevitable.Some sobering statistics in the full article here: http://www.theflucase.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3543%3Agermanys-parliament-votes-to-give-66-of-countrys-annual-income-tax-revenue-to-banks--123-billion-qeurozoneq-package-passed&catid=41%3Ahighlighted-news&Itemid=105〈=en
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