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Raising The Retirement Age To 66, 70, 75 Etc

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As per title really, In the real world of the private sector, companies will easily find ways around this (as they must) and the only employer that will implement this will be the public sector (more years on the gravy train for ps workers who are already sheilded from the reality of real life).

The gap widens yet again.

Time for injin world, no other way now :(

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The simple fact is that the ponzi is becoming top heavy. Putting money to one side for a moment, the key things are resources and labour. Too many people not producing (or a shortage of resources) cannot be supported by those working.

The joy of the debt based money system is that you can load people up with debt which requires them to keep working to service that debt under the threat of taking away that they have worked for all their lives. You can also make money scarce which means that people have to keep working to obtain it. The more money you have, which people need, means you can get them doing your bidding in exchange for your magic money.

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Current technological advances mean we can already produce more than enough of what people really need to live for most people to not work full time. Someone doesn't like the idea of that and is determined to use the boomer bulge ( and the debt based system described above) as an excuse to fundamentally alter freedoms in this country. Someone has used the borrowing binge to accumulate a lot of this magic money while others have accumulated a lot of debt.

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We have entered an energy crisis which will severely reduce production and people are going to have to work if they want to survive.

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The simple fact is that the ponzi is becoming top heavy. Putting money to one side for a moment, the key things are resources and labour. Too many people not producing (or a shortage of resources) cannot be supported by those working.

The joy of the debt based money system is that you can load people up with debt which requires them to keep working to service that debt under the threat of taking away that they have worked for all their lives. You can also make money scarce which means that people have to keep working to obtain it. The more money you have, which people need, means you can get them doing your bidding in exchange for your magic money.

or

Current technological advances mean we can already produce more than enough of what people really need to live for most people to not work full time. Someone doesn't like the idea of that and is determined to use the boomer bulge ( and the debt based system described above) as an excuse to fundamentally alter freedoms in this country. Someone has used the borrowing binge to accumulate a lot of this magic money while others have accumulated a lot of debt.

or

We have entered an energy crisis which will severely reduce production and people are going to have to work if they want to survive.

If Ponzi were alive today he would be ashamed. This is beyond Ponzi-we really do have to find a new word for it. Same with "boomer"-very played.

Thinking about it it can't be a Ponzi. His victims didn't know they were being screwed-anybody paying tax and NI DO.

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If Ponzi were alive today he would be ashamed. This is beyond Ponzi-we really do have to find a new word for it. Same with "boomer"-very played.

Let's call it a Browner scheme then and the sh1t bubble.

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