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House Prices: Londoners Threaten To Flee The Capital Over Housing Costs

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Over 1 million native Londoners have left London NET in the last 25-30 years to other parts of the country, taking their ill gotten gains from the effects of the land and monetary system with them.

...Or other countries with more sensible housing policies!

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lol. Over 1 million native Londoners have left London NET in the last 25-30 years to other parts of the country, taking their ill gotten gains from the effects of the land and monetary system with them.

What's new?

...but they are also taking their businesses, there experience and expertise....oh and their kids. ;)

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lol. Over 1 million native Londoners have left London NET in the last 25-30 years to other parts of the country, taking their ill gotten gains from the effects of the land and monetary system with them.

What's new?

Just what I was going to say. London has always had a high turnover of population.

Another non-article.

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lol. Over 1 million native Londoners have left London NET in the last 25-30 years to other parts of the country, taking their ill gotten gains from the effects of the land and monetary system with them.

What's new?

They are leaving before they have any gains, still renting, realising they have another decade of the same shit ahead of them with no buy-in. Could already be putting the frighteners on some companies, they could be losing a cohort of staff who will then be their direct and aggressive competition in much cheaper locations and dwindling skills and ageing workforce themselves.

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London just isn't a nice play to live - unless you have £10million in the bank and a house behind Harrods.

Just watching that Alice Gross thing...I don't know who would actually bring a child up in London or any large city by choice anyway. So many people in a small area, bound to be a higher density of degenerate scum...and yet apparently Tower Hamlets has the highest birth rate in the UK. It was on some social housing doc a few months back. 3 generations, often 12 or more people in two or three bedrooms. Madness. And most of these families are unemployed. They don't even participate in the Ponzi.

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Just hope those metropolitan and multicultural lovin' Guardian readers from London don't end up here in the North, nicking our ferrets and drinking our snakebites. Sod off the lot of yer...

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Just watching that Alice Gross thing...I don't know who would actually bring a child up in London or any large city by choice anyway. So many people in a small area, bound to be a higher density of degenerate scum...and yet apparently Tower Hamlets has the highest birth rate in the UK. It was on some social housing doc a few months back. 3 generations, often 12 or more people in two or three bedrooms. Madness. And most of these families are unemployed. They don't even participate in the Ponzi.

Where are these statistics from?

I grew up in a one bedroom council estate in a shitty area. There was 6 of us in one room. 2 of my sisters are now doctors, one of my brothers is fairly senior in a Japanese investment bank, and I am an specialist software consultant.

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Just hope those metropolitan and multicultural lovin' Guardian readers from London don't end up here in the North, nicking our ferrets and drinking our snakebites. Sod off the lot of yer...

The only silver lining to the continuing destruction of London from a capital city in a free democracy to a fragmented multi-ethnic warring hellhole is that I will be able to watch my leftie friends who supported uncontrolled immigration suffer as they get robbed, discriminated against, and get poorer and more scared of day to day living over time.

I think it is called Schadenfreude

Edited by wherebee

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