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I have asked myself over the last year, why is that people want to see the banks go under, why do people want to see mayhem, why do people want the euro to implode, why is it they even want to see their own economy fail, they want to see strikes, inflation rising, unemployment rising, governments ridiculed, higher bankruptcies.

Now I get it...

It's far from being destuctive, I think most thinking hard working people are just tired of the present system where we are told by the politcians that all is fine and yet we cannot get a stake in our own society. What so many people now want is for the present system to crumble and be burnt to the ground, and from that something better is born.

The only people that want to see the present structure continue are the ones that have profited and do not give a f*** about their brothers and sisters.

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I have asked myself over the last year, why is that people want to see the banks go under, why do people want to see mayhem, why do people want the euro to implode, why is it they even want to see their own economy fail, they want to see strikes, inflation rising, unemployment rising, governments ridiculed, higher bankruptcies.

Now I get it...

It's far from being destuctive, I think most thinking hard working people are just tired of the present system where we are told by the politcians that all is fine and yet we cannot get a stake in our own society. What so many people now want is for the present system to crumble and be burnt to the ground, and from that something better is born.

The only people that want to see the present structure continue are the ones that have profited and do not give a f*** about their brothers and sisters.

QED.

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In poker terms, the under-35s have been dealt a pretty poor hand. They'd quite happily chuck it in, expecting that the next one couldn't be much worse. However, the over 35s have been dealt a very good hand and they want to play this round for as long as they can, upping the stakes as much as possible.

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  • 284 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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