Tuesday, Nov 14, 2006

End of cash and carry

guardian: Japan's economy grows faster than expected

Japan likely to raise interest rates

Posted by inbreda @ 01:26 PM (729 views)
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1. sirgoogle said...

Now if this happens then the BoE, Fed and ECB will all need to raise rates as they have borrowed soooo much from the Japs !!

Tuesday, November 14, 2006 08:18PM Report Comment

2. japanese uncle said...

Yes, regretfully those money must have financed those coward slaughtering of thousands of innocent women and children in Iraq and Afganistan by the fake terrorism staged by the Brits/Yanks disguised like locals, and partly to finance blowing up of tubes in London and demolishing WTC to blame the poor muslims.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006 10:19PM Report Comment

3. Nohpc said...

Japanese uncle please don't talk such inane drivel. Fake terrorism? These paranoid delusions you have are a symptom of a deeper psychosis I imagine. Poor muslims, fake terrorism, slaughtering thousands of innocents... what other conspiracies do you have?

Back to the point. I think Japan will have to raise interest rates but they look very unlikely to go very much higher than they are now. The japanese economy is still very fragile. I don't think the BoE will be overly worried about this. Inflation is likely to come under control very soon with the us economy slowing down majorly and people being very financially stretched now.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 07:41AM Report Comment

4. waitingfor hpc said...

i diagree inflation is letting rip at the moment.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 10:13AM Report Comment

5. holding out said...

JU - What tosh. The idea that any government could organise and keep quiet such a stunt even if they wanted to is as ridiculous as your post. Presumably JFK was shot by martians

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 10:48AM Report Comment

6. Boarder said...


Ask your doctor for more lithium.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 11:06AM Report Comment

7. Sam said...

lol, holding. Your analogy is incorrect. Unless of course the government is run by Martians.

Although not well put, JU has a point. Everything it about maintaining our fear level. the more we fear the more obedient we are as consumers. In the mean time, our civil liberties and our freedom is being eroded while we happily believe we live in some kind of free democracy.

And before you start, its not a conspiracy. Its our society.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 11:56AM Report Comment

8. inbreda said...

Genius deduction holdingout...

JU speaks out, and you respond with "it can't be true otherwise I'd have heard about it"

I'm not saying it is true, but your arguments a little flawed.

And to be honest there is evidence of numerous dirty goings on as regards the government and Iraq. Have you found any weapons of mass destruction? Are you aware $8billion+ of oil has 'disappeared'? Have you heard of Abu Graib? Guantanomo Bay? Do you know what civil liberties are? Would you notice if they were removed? Have you watched any of the documentaries on the twin towers? Do you know who owned them? Do you have anything to say more noteworthy than "What tosh. ...JFK...martians..."?

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 12:55PM Report Comment

9. Randomkevlar said...

back and to the left, back and to the left.... :)

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 01:00PM Report Comment

10. holding out said...

If JU is claiming US and UK governments either blew up or financed the twin towers in response to an article on the Japanese economy - I would suggest the onus is on him to come up with some evidence. The response I gave was as noteworthy as it deserved. As for going to war in Iraq I think we are agreed it was a criminally stupid act and based on a false pretext to boot. I've got better things to do than get involved with conspiracy theorists.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 02:18PM Report Comment

11. inbreda said...

Unless they've been removed or in any other way suppressed, check out some of the 911 truth.org and other independently made documentaries available on google video.

It seems incredible to think it could have aided/abetted in an yway, but then that might be a positive reason why they would - because they know that everyone like you will say "I'll never beleive they could be THAT underhand in a million years".

For me it was the massive amount of 'things' that would have to be explained away to make ti a terrorist attack. For example, the passport they found, on the ground, unharmed, having supposedly travelled through a 3000 degree fireball from which nothing else survived???

Besides - I think it's a bit of a tall order to expect JU to come up with evidence - this is only a blog after all.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 04:18PM Report Comment

12. talking rot said...


Your post, posted "Tuesday, November 14, 2006 10:19:50 PM" and listed as the second post, is bordering on the offensive. Kindly reconsider what you are saying. Yes, some appalling things have gone on in Iraq and elsewhere but such happenings are due to the incompetence of those elected to rule us.

Your posts upon economic matters have been interesting and informative but you are at risk of losing all credibility. Kindly stop posting utter trash.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 04:27PM Report Comment

13. holding out said...

It's not just a case of not believing they would be that underhand. It is the praticality. They can't organise an internal memo on coffee machine upgrades without it being leaked to the press. The idea that they could crash 3 planes into buildings with all the people that would involve and nobody lets on is simply not credible. Even if nobody did the risk is too high.

You find it difficult to believe it was a terrorist attack, but seem quite happy to believe some unidentified person who probaly watches too much X files cobbling together some stuff on the internet.

When the US tried to rescue their hostages from Iran, a crack group of US marines managed to crash into each other at take off. If they had tried to hit the WTC they would probably of ended up hitting the Empire state and Chrysler buildings.

It is just a blog - I thought It was a blog about house prices rather than Ivory tower speculation.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 04:58PM Report Comment

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