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'hunger Eats Civilization'

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Finally I leave you with a thought from Dylan from his brilliant work on the unfolding structural rise in grain prices. “Hunger eats civilization” says Marjane Saatrapi, author of the beautiful book Persepolis. Food inflation has a dark history. It has been said that the 70s food crisis contributed to the Iranian revolution. We know the Russian Revolution started with starving workers protesting high bread prices. The Parisian riots of 1789 following the devastated crop of 1788 snowballed into the French Revolution and the revolutionary fervour which swept Europe in 1848 followed a sequence of bad harvests”. No wonder the Chinese authorities have leapt into action. The Fed may have opened a can of very toxic worms. What price for emerging markets in this brave, but very hungry new world?'

oh dear....

Don't worry, Baba Yaga predicted that WW3 would start in November 2010, but it will end by 2014. Lots of nuclear and chemical weapons too, and most of human life in the northern hemisphere will be wiped out. And the Muslims will take over Europe.

I'm bookin' a ticket to Australia, mate!

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Don't worry, Baba Yaga predicted that WW3 would start in November 2010, but it will end by 2014. Lots of nuclear and chemical weapons too, and most of human life in the northern hemisphere will be wiped out. And the Muslims will take over Europe.

I'm bookin' a ticket to Australia, mate!

Your trolling is getting boring.

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  • 261 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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