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The Cute Little German Thread

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They suppressed wages in EMU, exported their savings and blew up the Eurozone instead.

Germany are the problem, not the solution.

(and in case you hadnt noticed their insolvent banks received the most state assistance in the EZ)

Edited by R K

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Germany should leave the Eurozone and form a single economic/trading area with Russia/China.

Bring in gold backed trade notes, utilise the Silk Road and go forward from there.

Edited by Errol

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Absolute rubbish.

The Germans are beings screwed totally by having their currency devalued and thus buying power reduced. They are being forced to send hundreds of billions to the lazy corrupt parasite Greeks e.g..

Meanwhile the international financiers like Goldman Sachs man Draghi is further debauching the currency by QE to help his masters. And before the old chestnut of "helping exports blah blah blah" note this does NOT help Germans or German workers as they have devalued wages. German industry and property is to a large extent owned by non-Germans and a devalued Euro only hleps the international financier mafia buy German assets cheap.

Furthermore Germany never had problems exporting with a strong DM.

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Even in Germany, even in recessions, house prices only ever fall very slowly. Depressing.

In German cities hpi is actually rampant and no sign of slowing, but is offset by stagnation in the provinces.

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German house prices have gone up considerably but are still not overvalued. Comparing DE properties with equivalent UK properties, despite DE rises in last few year UK properties are still 3 times overvalued wrt to DE property

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Absolute rubbish.

The Germans are beings screwed totally by having their currency devalued and thus buying power reduced. They are being forced to send hundreds of billions to the lazy corrupt parasite Greeks e.g..

Meanwhile the international financiers like Goldman Sachs man Draghi is further debauching the currency by QE to help his masters. And before the old chestnut of "helping exports blah blah blah" note this does NOT help Germans or German workers as they have devalued wages. German industry and property is to a large extent owned by non-Germans and a devalued Euro only hleps the international financier mafia buy German assets cheap.

Furthermore Germany never had problems exporting with a strong DM.

They did it to themselves. They were conned that a 5 decade rising DMark - which was brilliant for their stds of living - was in fact bad for them.

Weaker currency - economy and people toast. Elite love it of course.

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Germany should leave the Eurozone and form a single economic/trading area with Russia/China.

Bring in gold backed trade notes, utilise the Silk Road and go forward from there.

I think that is what they have in mind.

didn't work out terribly well last time though,did it?

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Incidently, we have mass immigration, relocation of the population to urban centres, housing shortage, massive hpi, and weirdly, I hear on the news today, property developers are to be given extra tax breaks to encourage them to build enough peroperties to meet demand.

There seems to be some global conspiracy between politicians and property developers.

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