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A New Wave Of Inflation Expected World-Wide

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Very interesting reading here (includes Maggie's legacy)

David McWilliams

Just like the Bruges speech, which signalled the beginning of a 20-year war in British politics that will end with Cameron’s referendum, the recent developments in the US economy could also be a major turning point, one that could usher in a new era of higher inflation all over the globe.

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When everything is going up, deflation QE is around the corner, when everything is going down, inflation even more QE is round the corner.

Is anyone still listening?

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Purpose designed inflationary and credit cycles are what the banks have been doing to maximise profits from us since 1694.

This.

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Very interesting reading here (includes Maggie's legacy)

David McWilliams

The article doesn't contain a single word of argumentation to back up his claims that we are about to lurch into inflation. I read it all the way through - and not one sentence actually argued the point. I am interested in reading intelligently written articles on the subject - not that meaningless piece.

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Someone posted a video on the collapse of complex societies in another thread. Its interesting to relate inflation to diminishing marginal returns of productivity. Indeed, denninger noted productivity improvements have been falling over a long timescale in the US, and have recently gone negative. Here the situation is worse, with productivity lost over a longer time frame.

During eras of productivity growth, government can steal the difference, and people wont notice. They wont get richer, but theyll maintain their standard of living. Now we are losing quality of life, to pay for banksters and the sub standard public sector.

Its about time people woke up and repudiated all government authority.

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In 1979 Thatcher became Prime Minister after the fag end of Socialism.

In 2010 Cameron became Prime Minister during the fag end of Neo-Liberalism

I'd like to think these failed ideologies would be cast aside and the few best bits of both used to derive something new. Unfortunately we're more likely to regress back to either Socialism or even Mercantilism. The common middle ground always gets crowded out by the rhetoric of the extreme.

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History suggests that all eras come to an end and are superseded by something totally different. Maybe we are going into an inflationary world and we just don’t realise it yet. Indeed the death of Margaret Thatcher last week may not just be the end of a person, but could be the end of the era she engineered. Watch US economic data closely over the coming months for signs of the big switch.

Just like the Bruges speech, which signalled the beginning of a 20-year war in British politics that will end with Cameron’s referendum, the recent developments in the US economy could also be a major turning point, one that could usher in a new era of higher inflation all over the globe.

If inflation is going to get even more out of control then by 2017 its devastating effects will be more than clear to the general public so a referendum vote on the eu (if there is a referendum in 2017) will more than likely blame eu membership and result in an even more resounding NO vote.

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  • 242 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% +
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      • Even
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      • up 5%



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