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Why Was The Media Not More Vocal Regarding House Prices

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Lot's of articles now kicking around in the mainstream media that house prices are to HIGH.

like this one:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/personal-finance/half-youngsters-priced-out-ever-2404134

why has it taken so long for this to go mainstream? we were well OTT in terms of ratios to incomes from 2005 onwards.

this is a lost decade for anyone priced out, and looking like at least another lost decade unless something gives.

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Lot's of articles now kicking around in the mainstream media that house prices are to HIGH.

like this one:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/personal-finance/half-youngsters-priced-out-ever-2404134

why has it taken so long for this to go mainstream? we were well OTT in terms of ratios to incomes from 2005 onwards.

this is a lost decade for anyone priced out, and looking like at least another lost decade unless something gives.

ride the boom, ride the bust...simple.

I still think they have seriously underestimated the mindset of the country.

they would like it all to be blamed on immigrants.(convenient overt scapegoat for a covert enemy)

immigrants do not control TV scheduling that allows for incessant property porn for 3 hours per day every day...the constant ramping is/was on goebels-style scale with the same mentality.....so the people in charge have to be treated with the same level of contempt.

we want the REAL culprits....look to those who OWN the TV channels,the major communictions facilities(ie phone and internet), and are seeking to monopolise the energy,transport and local government infrastructure.

don't take it too personally.this is most definitely a global-scale problem.

some of the more obscure TV channels are testament to that.

UK=DAVE

DEMNARK=CHARLIE

SWEDEN=STEVE

FINLAND=JIM

i think france and germany probably have too

all churning out the same shite.

Ford was actually right...whoever is doing this IS following the protocols as a blueprint.

the bad news for UK is we might just have to let nature run its course and give up at some stage.(even winston churchill eluded to such a scenario....

...first one, as barroso sort of describes, is a federated EU....(.churchill said UK should be annexed by canada and become anglo-american bloc). NOT AS PART OF THE EU AS BARROSO MISQUOTES AND TAKES OUT OF CONTEXT

..basically he also said that failing that(and subsequent annexation of UK into eurpoe) then there may come a time when anglo-america...ie the anglo-irish fugitives plus US and canada, would have to attack UK...as it would theoretically be under occupation

you can't win the war without losing one or two battles.

(yes I am suggesting that at some stage maybe 30 or 40 years from now UK may be run by foreign entities who are enacting exactly this plan)...short of an invasion by canada and a new pseudo-martial government installed fairly promptly.

(traitors suitably dealt with as per common law requirements)

it should be important for everybody else to note that this is NOT designed by or desired by UK nationals...end of story.

Edited by oracle

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I'd say 2003, and I think Faisal Islam mentioned it back then.

So did Vince Cable. And even the occasional BBC report. By 2004 there were lots of articles in the press warning of a bubble and the expectation of a correction, which Gordon headed off with a dose of Ballsian stimulus.

But those were voices in the wilderness. It's only since the banks went bust that the idea of HPI being bad became mainstream.

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Its the Mirror. Tories are in office.

HPI during labour = good. HPI during tories = bad.

Is there much else to say?

I guess at least thus the mirror is only evil 50% of the time. The Express is always evil.

That was just given as an example. The Express actually printed a letter from a reader last week saying how high house price inflation was bad - must of been a first.

It seems to be all over the place at the moment, 2007, 2008 there didn't appear to be much in the mainstream media - this site was one of the few places you could hear an alternative opinion.

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Newspapers run stories with the angle that they think their readers want to hear. They sell more as a result.

True, but despite the ramping, Express sales are going down year by year.

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