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Looks Like It’s Over, Things Are On The Up!

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Rate of decline almost slowed to a halt, house prices increasing month on month, the FTSE up 11 days in a row and near certainly that we are now in positive GDP territory.

I know some of you people want the UK economy to fail. I've been on this site since it opened and I know those of you that are tin foil hat wearing doom and gloom merchants that seek to bring down this great nation. Personally I think there should be a law for you alongside those we extradite for treason but that's a different thread...

I just wanted to make sure I was the first one that said in response to some of the loony comments I've seen recently ('just a few months and it'll all come crashing down', 'winter will wipe it out', 'I'm hoping for a modest decline of another 40%', etc, etc.) that your wishful dreams of apocalypse are just that... fantasy land Peter Pan fairytales.

There will be no double or triple economic recession no matter how hard, you, the tabloids, Radio 4's Today programme or BBC breakfast (with their MASSIVE RED DOWNWARD POINTING ARROW OF DOOM) try to instigate it.

Sorry to be the one to break it to you.

Over the last year I've come to realise that you are the real capitalists. The families and hard working individuals who have lost everything though your hard work to sink them are the real losers. The fat-cat landlords are biding their time until the next boom. You however, seek to capitalise on the misfortunes of others . You are the real greedy fat-cat, get rich quick wannbes and I'm glad it looks like you're failing hard.

I'll post back here in day or two to check how the latest house price increases have made your subsequent negative flames look a bit silly and sorry again to be the bearer of bad news.

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national debt - potential crisis

public sector to contract painfully

credit card delinquencies

business loan costs escalating

unemployment onerously rising month on month

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Rate of decline almost slowed to a halt, house prices increasing month on month, the FTSE up 11 days in a row and near certainly that we are now in positive GDP territory.

I know some of you people want the UK economy to fail. I've been on this site since it opened and I know those of you that are tin foil hat wearing doom and gloom merchants that seek to bring down this great nation. Personally I think there should be a law for you alongside those we extradite for treason but that's a different thread...

I just wanted to make sure I was the first one that said in response to some of the loony comments I've seen recently ('just a few months and it'll all come crashing down', 'winter will wipe it out', 'I'm hoping for a modest decline of another 40%', etc, etc.) that your wishful dreams of apocalypse are just that... fantasy land Peter Pan fairytales.

There will be no double or triple economic recession no matter how hard, you, the tabloids, Radio 4's Today programme or BBC breakfast (with their MASSIVE RED DOWNWARD POINTING ARROW OF DOOM) try to instigate it.

Sorry to be the one to break it to you.

Over the last year I've come to realise that you are the real capitalists. The families and hard working individuals who have lost everything though your hard work to sink them are the real losers. The fat-cat landlords are biding their time until the next boom. You however, seek to capitalise on the misfortunes of others . You are the real greedy fat-cat, get rich quick wannbes and I'm glad it looks like you're failing hard.

I'll post back here in day or two to check how the latest house price increases have made your subsequent negative flames look a bit silly and sorry again to be the bearer of bad news.

ok thanks

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Guest KingCharles1st

DAMN- I felt so terrible after reading that I rogered myself with a Kango Hammer

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It's just delaying the inevitble though. Robbing all the Peter's in the future to pay Paul today. It has to be paid back. This country will be in debt forever and no-one will lend to us. That will be the real crisis.

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