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  1. Pezo

    Robins Radio

    Yep working well in Nordeststan.
  2. Or maybe the club you grew up with realised all its fans were growing old and decided it need to grow up as well. Toddlers act cute but you soon get annoyed with a 20 year old that acts like a toddler. Nothing stays the same.
  3. Without mistakes or misplaced paces we would be the best team in county by a long way.
  4. Winning the champions league and prem every year!
  5. Your out of context, we were talking about low wages rather endangering lives - of course I agree peoples lives shouldn't be at risk, I don't know why that needs clarifying.
  6. Thanks, I understand that much its where it feeds into different money tranches such as M1, M2 and M3 and what happens with each tranche and the consequences that I haven't quite got my head around yet.
  7. It's just an advert for what they want, I assume they are gold bugs that want to go back to pegging to gold which would make them very rich. It's not really a scam and its not really a secret, it's designed to make all of our lives better by bringing future spending forward getting the benafits today but paying for it in the future. So what if some people get rich from it if we all get a bit better off from it?
  8. This is certainly true if we extrapolate out the Australian points based system that they seem keen on, but importantly it should mean low skilled, low wage people can't come in and under cut the low end of the market.
  9. You shake tree's to get something out of them that isn't quite mature/ready, things you should probably be waiting for. If you have it now you can't have it in the future.
  10. Isn't it more of a "Ba ris tol"?
  11. You are of course correct the magic money tree exists to some extent, it's how much you want to shake it and be paying for it in the future or on foreign holidays. You don't hear much about this in the MSM but you hear nothing about other things such as the lack of free market in setting of mortgage interest rates in the name of financial stability. I think some would be very surprised by the controls in place that are outside of government control but in reality through soft power are within government control.
  12. I work for a financial services business, I understand the fiat money system a bit and fractional reserve lending after putting a lot of effort into understanding it after the financial crisis. The only thing I really know is that it is very complicated with different layers of money where some filter into the public and some don't, everything anyone seems to expect to happen something different happens! I will continue reading but it does seem to think the magic money tree is alive and kicking without a full understanding of either how it workd the consequences let alone the unintended consequences.
  13. You don't have to agree but it's an interesting subject and not a view I've head before. Isn't it a higher priority within government to ensure no one citizen is persecuted against? I would prefer to be exploited knowing I can leave the exploitor rather than be persecuted for the country I'm from everywhere within a whole country.
  14. After a quick read I do appreciate the point of view but the solutions seem to about a social fixes and aiming for an ideology rather than individual people changing - the problem is identified correctly but the solution is too loose and top down, what do individuals need to do? - what are they going to get for what they do. IMO if you want to fix a society then you have to enable the individuals that make up that society, fix there own house's - if everyone does that then then everyone in the society is ready to move forward. I will continue to read.
  15. Yes EU immigration was always higher and I imagine still will be because of proximity. Under EU rules your not allowed to discriminate against EU nationals so if someone wanted the job and asked for 30k and someone wanted minimum wage - all things being equal as the employer you would choose the minimum wage employee of course and maximise profits for them and there investors. The government can't and shouldn't put in controls against exploitative employers, it's for individuals to decide if they are being exploited or not and if they are they should do something about it (leave). Even if they wanted to how does the government put in controls against exploitative employers that are employing people that are willing to work for less than others?
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