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The Queen Approves Of Marx!

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Engaging animation of a talk on the crisis - from a marxist:I guess he's a marxist, because he refers to Marx with approval. Plus he speaks with forked tongue in pitching Hayek against Keynes. But most of his points will chime with HPCers. Anyone with sense will join an anti-capitalist organisation, which I agree with. Problem is he proposes "to change our mode of thinking". Usual academic tosh. We simply need to protect honesty and responsibility through the law.

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genius.

how come no-one has thought of this before?

Keep it simple.

The sarcasm is rich, coming from the guy who cheers on the morality of negative interest rates. Please expand on the morality of marxism and explain why it's right that taxpayers earn less than scroungers can get by the benefits system. Tell me where justice fits into the equation, how good is positive and bad is negative.

You'll testify on the superiority of your theories, until we're all dead and therefore irrelevant. But a simple explanation would be good.

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Keep it simple.

The sarcasm is rich, coming from the guy who cheers on the morality of negative interest rates. Please expand on the morality of marxism and explain why it's right that taxpayers earn less than scroungers can get by the benefits system. Tell me where justice fits into the equation, how good is positive and bad is negative.

You'll testify on the superiority of your theories, until we're all dead and therefore irrelevant. But a simple explanation would be good.

dont worry his theories are going to die - the market will succeed as it always does - maybe quite a bit of pain and unrest first though - its a shame because it doesnt have to be this way

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  • 146 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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