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We see VI's saying all is good..

We see reports waying this and that..

We get hopeful.. then concerned..

Do you know what helps me.

The country is not coping.. not at all.

We see reporters blazing at Gordon Brown about debt..

We see reports about people failing with debt..

We see daily reports about reduced customer spending cuts hitting all shops and stores..

does it look like the country is coping...???????????

We worry on here that they may never drop..

I could understand that if we saw high house prices and no impact anywhere..

If the country was doing great.. and all was fine..

But does it seem fine??

On any level...?

christ.. let house prices stay where they are....

what the hell would happen??

But the economy and the country is unzipping..

everywhere...

sorry.. just wanted to say

Worry about your job..

worry about recession....

But be thankful that you havent got a damned house

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We see VI's saying all is good..

We see reports waying this and that..

We get hopeful.. then concerned..

Do you know what helps me.

The country is not coping.. not at all.

We see reporters blazing at Gordon Brown about debt..

We see reports about people failing with debt..

We see daily reports about reduced customer spending cuts hitting all shops and stores..

does it look like the country is coping...???????????

We worry on here that they may never drop..

I could understand that if we saw high house prices and no impact anywhere..

If the country was doing great.. and all was fine..

But does it seem fine??

On any level...?

christ.. let house prices stay where they are....

what the hell would happen??

But the economy and the country is unzipping..

everywhere...

sorry.. just wanted to say

Worry about your job..

worry about recession....

But be thankful that you havent got a damned house

just look how far we've come in the last twelve months ! once a ridiculed minority, but it is now the bulls feeling the heat.

SIPPS has been de-bunked. All they had left to hope for was interest rate cuts.........except last times 9-0 decision has left that one dead in the water.

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Thats the thing..

Even if interest rates do drop..

then the problems that caused them to raise would still manifest themselves.

Whats happening now is a clear demonstration of what has happened...

the curtain drawn aside..

draw it again.. low interest rates..

That is only going to leave the problems there..

Heres the line..

MASSIVE INFLATION OF HOUSE PRICES DOES NOT WORK...

HAS NEVER WORKED

CAN'T WORK..

AND NO ONE CAN PRETEND THAT IT IS WORKING NOW..

ITS A DAMN ABERATION

EVERY TIME ITS A TEMPORARY ABERATION

ITS DAMN OBVIOUS

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Thats the thing..

Even if interest rates do drop..

then the problems that caused them to raise would still manifest themselves.

Whats happening now is a clear demonstration of what has happened...

the curtain drawn aside..

draw it again.. low interest rates..

That is only going to leave the problems there..

Heres the line..

MASSIVE INFLATION OF HOUSE PRICES DOES NOT WORK...

HAS NEVER WORKED

CAN'T WORK..

AND NO ONE CAN PRETEND THAT IT IS WORKING NOW..

ITS A DAMN ABERATION

EVERY TIME ITS A TEMPORARY ABERATION

ITS DAMN OBVIOUS

maybe the BOE will turn out to be our friend after all. ?

seems they are more worried about inflation than the high street...

9-0 was a pretty "independant" decision

could they provide the trigger that will speed up this whole process ?

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