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Wacthed our man Evan explaining it all last night on BBC News.

Also decided to buy the Times today to read all abaat it.

Neither Evan or anyone in the Times can bring themselves to mention that this has all happened because (quick check to see who's about...) HOUSE PRICES ARE FALLING IN THE US!

They all say it's happening because people are defaulting and they wonder why people took on these mortgages. But they won't say that the whole game was set up to milk money from rising house prices with no consideration for the possibility of prices dropping. With rising house prices the game continues merrily on and nobody gives a monkeys about anything...just remortgage or sell on.

Why won't they say it? Is it because that's exactly what we have here? Are they scared the sheeples will see the similarity and make a swift dash for the nearest exit?

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to be frank,it's called media castration.

they DARE not say it.

...Nu Lab,in accordance with marxist/fascist doctrine have got the media by the nads and made them spout propaganda....not news.

same thing happened in east germany,russia,eastern bloc.

Even the education system has sprung horns.

....no such thing as failure...every pupil gets an a-star..etc....

as a result we have an uneducated,unemployable workforce who want to get everything for nothing....and are dependent on others to sustain them.

Add to that an underclass of honest,yet hardworking people who don't get their fair share of the rewards of work.

so what's the solution....get more people from abroad!!....let the underclass wallow in their sponsored idledom.....at the expense of people that DO contribute to the economy.

....anyone with even the most basic GCSE economics can see this policy is suicidal.

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Why won't they say it? Is it because that's exactly what we have here? Are they scared the sheeples will see the similarity and make a swift dash for the nearest exit?

They're economists with careers to think of. Banks don't employ whistleblowers.

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They're economists with careers to think of. Banks don't employ whistleblowers.

much like IT departments then.

Everyone in the company knows there is something systemically wrong,but because the IT geeks speak a different language they will not utter a word,for fear of losing any IT capability the companny has...obviously this affects sales,inventory distribution,the whole shabang.

it takes a brave man to "out" them,but sometimes it's necessary for the good of the business as a whole.Same rule applies to banks.

..everyone uses them,they are a function of society...but if not working as efficiently as everybody needs,it needs to be addressed.

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