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All "investment" properties, the housing bubble to end all bubbles.

excellent, they have room for the whole of the uk, problem solved, pack your bags get on the plane, it should only take a couple of years to adjust to the additional social freedoms youll get over there

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Except 50% deposit required up front, no NINJA loans.

And only about 10-15% of the population is buying them the other 1.1bn people don't buy these things, they live in other places and build their own.

Oh and large scale fraud in banking means torture THEN death.

Compare to the UK for a decade £0 deposit required even negative deposit! Wirth 125% loans. NINJA loans and nigh on 50-100% of the population at it.

Large scale fraud in banking = free money.

Their big problem is the mercantile system they are using has a shelf life. The CCP know this and are doing stuff about it. Pre 2005 for instance public healthcare was very variable, it was semi standardised and subsidised around 2006.

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Maybe the UK government should use a few of these vast cities to house the persistent workless population of the UK. Would certainly cost less than housing them in the UK.

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All "investment" properties, the housing bubble to end all bubbles.

The video is dated March, so probably made in January 11 or earlier... still registering 9.5% growth...

There is no question that China will pay for this bubble, but this will not derail (as opposed to delay) her ascend.

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it should only take a couple of years to adjust to the additional social freedoms youll get over there

The difference is smaller than you think... :ph34r:

Blair's foremost legacy are all those police state laws he introduced.

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Their big problem is the mercantile system they are using has a shelf life. The CCP know this and are doing stuff about it. Pre 2005 for instance public healthcare was very variable, it was semi standardised and subsidised around 2006.

They recognise the symbiosis that exists between social welfare and a consumer based economy- a reality that seems to elude our own leaders as they seek to demolish the welfare systems of the west. People who are scared to get ill, old or unemployed do not go shopping.

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They recognise the symbiosis that exists between social welfare and a consumer based economy- a reality that seems to elude our own leaders as they seek to demolish the welfare systems of the west. People who are scared to get ill, old or unemployed do not go shopping.

Yes.. the US healthcare system is one major reason why their rate of small business formation has dropped below European levels; if you have a job with health benefits, leaving to start your own business becomes even more of a gamble.

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Except 50% deposit required up front, no NINJA loans.

And only about 10-15% of the population is buying them the other 1.1bn people don't buy these things, they live in other places and build their own.

But where does that 50% deposit actually come from? Can there really be that many people in China who really have that much ready cash?

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


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