Saturday, April 10, 2010

I have my pre-order in already

2010: The Inquest (Paperback)

Fred Harrison warned the Blair government in 1997 that house prices would peak in 2007. He alerted Gordon Brown - that the housing crash would drive the economy into the depression of 2010. The author delivered the blueprint for avoiding the collapse, and warned the politicians: 'I am your worst nightmare. I know exactly why New Labour will fail, if that is indeed to be the outcome, and I will be obliged to chronicle the developments [so] that the voters will know how to apportion responsibility.' Harrison keeps his promise, explaining how a political class betrayed a nation while enriching itself.

Posted by the number cruncher @ 10:23 AM (1220 views)
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4 thoughts on “I have my pre-order in already

  • “political class betrayed a nation while enriching itself” Sums it up nicely. Labour only ever had it’s own self interest hence the economic mess we are in.

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  • The Greenspan and Brown/King panto.

    Who did they think they were kidding?

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Excellent, I shall buy myself a copy of that. Or is Fred doing a book signing, maybe at the Henry George shindig later this month?

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