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Looks like someone who truly "gets it" right down to the issues of land pricing and the long term effect of banks pumping this debt into a doing nothing other than pump its value up.

He'll be right the banks will destroy the Irish economy, debt ratio 200% by 2008, makes Japan look like a tea party.

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I once heard him call housing an un (or was it non?) productive asset and complain about the situation in Dublin where businesses were being closed to make way for yet more housing (haven't read article yet, so apologies if he covers this issue in the article).

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