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Low Demand Is Central To Germany's Ills

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Low demand is central to Germany's ills

A better argument this week from AK, his point about German exports seeming relatively high because of their low consumption is important I guess.

Still, it comes back to the spend spend spend theory of his. Obviously you need some demand, but neither Japan, the US or the UK are great examples of how to it, are they - or are they...

Or are they?

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germany has not had the house price bubble like others have, thus they never created the debt that made our economies seeminly look better than theres.

Credit keep us going for the years germany has been stagnating, its kept usa and australia and holland going as well.

When we cannot loan anymore and are all maxed out (pretty much there now), We will expeirience what is happening in germany but with a nasty sting which makes it a lot worse, and thats that we have all this debt as well asthe poor economic climate.

germany is the perfect example of what would have happened in the uk without the housing bubble, and surely the real motive as to why the government feels its ok to shaft badly a section of society.I mean surely they cant be doing it for some sick joke.

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germany has not had the house price bubble like others have, thus they never created the debt that made our economies seeminly look better than theres.

Credit keep us going for the years germany has been stagnating, its kept usa and australia and holland going as well.

When we cannot loan anymore and are all maxed out (pretty much there now), We will expeirience what is happening in germany but with a nasty sting which makes it a lot worse, and thats that we have all this debt as well asthe poor economic climate.

germany is the perfect example of what would have happened in the uk without the housing bubble, and surely the real motive as to why the government feels its ok to shaft badly a section of society.I mean surely they cant be doing it for some sick joke.

Yes - summed up nicely. We will have ID card enforced taxes and a landlord's growing rents to support, under a national population database, while incentive is sufficated out of existance under this landlord economy with a declining currency and Italian style public sector buerocracy and Labour relations.

Germany knows what inflation did to it, when savings are destroyed, the desire to restore a moral order to thier currency and society means voting out democracy. All the horror of WWII is due to the heavy debts which it owed after WWI.

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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?


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



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