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is it not hard to believe that things can recover quite so fast?

this must have been for the majority (of course not everyone, i know) the most painless [mini] recession EVER!

gordon brown, bush, obama, etc - these people must be real geniuses, we have evolved as a race and society to know

how to fix even the most serious economic ills overnight pretty much just like popping a paracetamol for a headache.

if only those stupid people in the last Great Depression, 1980s & 1990s recessions etc had been able to learn from the future economic wisemen

that we have now like blanchflower, king, darling, balls - well one can but marvel at the prosperity

that would surely have been ours by now.

as things stand, we will never know a depression or recession ever again it seems? they the great minds have found the

permanent fix which includes zirp and to invent money and hand it out to be lent willy nilly.

their confidence suggest there are absolutely no negative consequences, so why this wasn't thought of in the Great Depression is a mystery.

thank goodness the lord sent these people, we are saved.

can now exhale breath and enjoy a good malt, looking forward to that ex council flat in harlesden for £500K, well done Team Labour.

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