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So, in the event of proper financial collapse, I think it would be a good idea to be holding bricks and mortar, with a bit of land.

Question is - at what point does the whole lot collapse (there'll still be 'ownership' even if the currency is lost!)?

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So, in the event of proper financial collapse, I think it would be a good idea to be holding bricks and mortar, with a bit of land.

Question is - at what point does the whole lot collapse (there'll still be 'ownership' even if the currency is lost!)?

Years yet.

It wont be a Jenga collapse - just graceful decline.

If anyone does take a wrong block out - it will be a european of some flavour.

Edited by Alan B'Stard MP

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So, in the event of proper financial collapse, I think it would be a good idea to be holding bricks and mortar, with a bit of land.

That's why I will be exchanging contracts today for a small house with a big plot and small mortgage. This debt-based financial system looks totally broken to me and a big change is coming IMO although I have no idea what the result will be.

Another sign this week was forcing students into £50k debt for a decent 4-year degree before they even start work and start paying their parents early-retirement pension obligations.

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To envisage a post collapse world i think you should look at south africa or detroit.

Property and land is all well and good, but make sure you live in a good area with similarly well prepared neighbours. All the barbed wire and guard dogs in the world arent going to matter if youre by yourself in a neighbourhood of desperate chavs.

Put it this way, it rather be living on a gated estate in Weybridge when the SHTF than a executive flat in hackney. You'd be a sitting duck, youre provisions unprotected.

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