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Jesus Wept! - Wait Till You Read This!

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My Favourite Newspaper

Forecasts massive depressionary recession looming, its going global.

Makes lots of sense, sounds as if he has been reading HPC again...

Excerpt:

It feels like the summer of 1931. The world's two biggest financial institutions have had a heart attack. The global currency system is breaking down. The policy doctrines that got us into this mess are bankrupt. No world leader seems able to discern the problem, let alone forge a solution.

The International Monetary Fund has abdicated into schizophrenia. It has upgraded its 2008 world forecast from 3.7pc to 4.1pc growth, whilst warning of a "chance of a global recession". Plainly, the IMF cannot or will not offer any useful insights.

Ouch!

No doubt the rescue of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac - $5.3 trillion pillars of America's mortgage market - stinks of moral hazard. The Treasury is to buy shares: the Fed has opened its window yet wider. Risks have been socialised. Any rewards will go to capitalists.

Ouch! Ouch!

IndyMac will deplete a tenth of the $53bn reserve of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The FDIC has some 90 "troubled" lenders on watch. IndyMac was not one of them.

Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!

Wait for it... The grande Finale!

China, India, East Europe and emerging Asia have all stolen growth from the future by condoning credit excess. To varying degrees, they are now being forced to pay back their own "inter-temporal overdrafts".

If we are lucky, America will start to stabilise before Asia goes down. Should our leaders mismanage affairs, almost every part of the global system will go down together. Then we are in trouble.

With Brown, Bush and Trichet at the helm, my mystic meg forecast says we are F*CKED!!! :(

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My Favourite Newspaper

Forecasts massive depressionary recession looming, its going global.

Makes lots of sense, sounds as if he has been reading HPC again...

Excerpt:

Ouch!

Ouch! Ouch!

Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!

Wait for it... The grande Finale!

With Brown, Bush and Trichet at the helm, my mystic meg forecast says we are F*CKED!!! :(

The IMF have been warning Brown about the UK housing bubble for the last 18 months.....why do you think so many people appeared prosperous....?... <_<

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It will soon be 'off to work we go' time…I now have more reason than usual to not want to continue playing the game.

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It will soon be 'off to work we go' time…I now have more reason than usual to not want to continue playing the game.

..please clarify how that fits in with the price of milk....?... <_<

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I think I preferred it when mainstream economics commentators in national newspapers didn't sound like cgnao.

I'm having to become ever more apocalyptic in my outlook just trying to keep ahead.

Pritchard might as well have put a mushroom cloud under the byline.

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I think I preferred it when mainstream economics commentators in national newspapers didn't sound like cgnao.

I'm having to become ever more apocalyptic in my outlook just trying to keep ahead.

Pritchard might as well have put a mushroom cloud under the byline.

This would be funny, if it wasn't so serious :unsure:

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I'm having to become ever more apocalyptic in my outlook just trying to keep ahead.

Apocalypse inflation.

Each new forecast of apocalypse must be sufficiently doom-laden to cover both the previous doom plus the gloom generated in the meantime.

Now, what does that remind me of?

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Apocalypse inflation.

Each new forecast of apocalypse must be sufficiently doom-laden to cover both the previous doom plus the gloom generated in the meantime.

Now, what does that remind me of?

There'll be some **** skimming off some doom interest somewhere.

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There'll be some **** skimming off some doom interest somewhere.

Apocalypse Now?

"I love the smell of burning piggies in the morning... Smells like....... Victory". ;)

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The darkness is coming...

...and it's getting closer. This article and Ron Paul's speech follows on from similar apocalyptic warnings by Barclays, Fortis, RBS and the Bank of International Settlements. It may only be a few weeks away now.

[/shites oneself]

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The darkness is coming...

...and it's getting closer. This article and Ron Paul's speech follows on from similar apocalyptic warnings by Barclays, Fortis, RBS and the Bank of International Settlements. It may only be a few weeks away now.

[/shites oneself]

Monetary Inflationary darkness?

feck me...I'm like a rabbit in the headlights

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The press at the start of the sub-prime crisis held the govt line, no need to worry folks the UK economy is fundamentally strong.

Since that time gradually the press has moved away from the govt line as it's been clear it's an unsustainable position and has slowly admitted something is seriously wrong.

Pretty soon there may be some honesty in the sheeple's favourite the Sun and Mirror. Can't wait for those headlines.

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And so our illustrious leader fecks off to Israel and starts huffing and puffing about Iran....

THE oldest trick in the book

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Apocalypse inflation.

Each new forecast of apocalypse must be sufficiently doom-laden to cover both the previous doom plus the gloom generated in the meantime.

Now, what does that remind me of?

I think you are onto something there. Ambrose has blown his wad too early though - where can he go from here?

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Apocalypse inflation.

Each new forecast of apocalypse must be sufficiently doom-laden to cover both the previous doom plus the gloom generated in the meantime.

Now, what does that remind me of?

A set of doominoes about to fall ?

Edited by Saving For a Space Ship

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I think you are onto something there. Ambrose has blown his wad too early though - where can he go from here?

The Sun.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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