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Today received an unusual flurry of properties by post from EA's I'd expressed an interest with in January - as if!

Particularly interested in their request that I should complete their Customer Service Questionnare, exquiring about how good particular EA's have been - wonder if they are looking at giving their staff levels "a haircut" :P

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The public have turned.....even the most gullible will have thought twice about the avalanche of manipulative propaganda thrown out by Brown in the last 24 hrs via the BBC, ITV (shockingly transparent bull report last night on news). The continued queues bear testament to the fact that people know they live in a world of spin, but the buck stops with their bucks.

Sentiment has changed, the ship has turned around. BTLers are offloading.....nothing that the Brown unit can do will "re-persuade" people. An IR cut is irrelevant whilst LIBOR remains high....and let's not forgot there is so much more bad news from the finance world ahead of us.

Underneath the unwinding of the debt decade...it is all about the psychology of guilt....most of the public are like naughty children who know they have got too much from the sweetie jar and one day the teacher will come back in the room...that day is now.

Also, what they are doing with the inflation data - omigod how arrogant Brown is to think the sheeple won't suss the lies....they are all out there every day experiencing inflation of more like 10%...............................................

Labour have panicked and overcooked the books........it will be picked up by a much wider audience than they arrogantly assume.

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