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Why?...too Far Too Fast?

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Everything is changing far too quickly, is that why people are so fearful and/or resentful?......who is benefiting who is not?

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Because it wasn't allowed to happen naturally at a normal pace

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Because politicians have been ignoring the ordinary folk who don't live in London for far too long.

Right, the british voters told london bubble to feck off. About time.

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Right, the british voters told london bubble to feck off. About time.

Bloody Alf Garnet is off again.

GreenDevil, for your own sanity I want you to say one positive thing about something every day, working up to five within a year.

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Because politicians have been ignoring the ordinary folk who don't live in London for far too long.

Don't you mean the 'non-metropolitan provincial' areas - with patronising chat like that no wonder most of England gave them the two fingers.

How dare they not vote the correct way?!

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Too quickly?

Been too slow, vs HPI worshipping and all the measures to keep it that way for the VI who love HPI/BTLism, but perhaps reached a few breaking points now.

The Peer-Review individuals as a collective in London and SE all agreed with each other that outcome must be Remain (h/t Neverwhere), cause obvious innit that forever HPI at crazy new peaks, mad-gainz, and big bonuses is what we get and everyone must be Ace for that outcome.. but no.

HPC it, although probably more drag involved with that, unless cause and effect cycle finally brings levels of negative feedback amplification that finally crush down on authorities attempt to worship/protect HPI.

"In economics, things take longer to happen than you think they will, and then they happen faster than you thought they could.” - Dornbusch.

Life is not static. It is turbulent to its very essence. Human societies, like all complex systems, are constantly fluctuating. This fundamental ebb and flow is the source of cycles in human affairs, including economic cycles. As Emerson says, there is a "deep remedial force that underlies all facts." At every point where something goes up, nature is constantly compensating by finding a way to bring it down.

-Davidson


What annoys many people is rachman - like many in London - are literally lottery winners. (Being given £1-1.5 million pounds for nothing can most definitely be classed as a lottery win)

And are not even cashing it in !!


There is also the belief that they are somehow deserving of it - which is ********.

There is much evidence that human expectations tend to be linear. Most of the time, most people expect current conditions to continue for the indefinite future. Wherever prosperity exists, it is natural for people to expect prosperity to continue. For this reason, much of the history of human society is a record of astonishment.

Time and again, people have marginalised their affairs, rendering themselves increasingly crisis-prone. They have gone into debt, extending claims on resources to an extreme that could be supported only if current conditions were sustained uninterrupted into the future. Time and again these hopes have been disappointed.


The time for honouring yourself will soon be at an end...highness.

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