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Bulletguy - 2020-06-23 8:27 PM

 

John52 - 2020-06-23 8:12 PM

 

This is worth reading

If, like me, you didn't watch all the Downing Street press briefings you can catch up with a good, brief summary here

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/23/from-super-spreader-boris-to-classic-doms-eyesight-test-daily-briefing-hits

Excellent....they need to update that now though.

 

Nothing you Losers post is worth reading *-) ........

 

Especially when it comes from the Daily Bumwipe *-) ........

 

 

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pelmetman - 2020-06-23 8:43 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2020-06-23 8:27 PM

 

John52 - 2020-06-23 8:12 PM

 

This is worth reading

If, like me, you didn't watch all the Downing Street press briefings you can catch up with a good, brief summary here

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/23/from-super-spreader-boris-to-classic-doms-eyesight-test-daily-briefing-hits

Excellent....they need to update that now though.

 

Nothing you Losers post is worth reading *-) ........

 

Especially when it comes from the Daily Bumwipe *-) ........

 

 

Are the Bank of America and Financial Times 'Looney Leftie Losers' too?

Article in FT yesterday 'Pound is becoming an emerging market currency, says BofA analyst'

 

The pound is now an emerging-market currency in all but name, according to analysts at Bank of America, who say that Brexit has turned it into a mirror of the “small and shrinking” UK economy.

 

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Chris May;

 

"As an outsider, I can certainly see that this is a good analogy. Britain has many properties of an emerging market:

 

- Widespread extreme income disparity.

 

- Entire regions which despite being beautiful to behold, offer zero hope to those still living there (Think Wales/ Midlands/ North etc).

 

- A fixation with a storied past and a future predetermined 'greatness'.

 

- Extremely low educational achievement, leading to people making bad life decisions for themselves.

 

- A chaotic and not fit for purpose political system, which has elevated an incompetent, boosterish clown as leader. With entirely predictable (and predicted) consequences.

 

- Public institutions that are underfunded and badly run.

 

- 'Advisors' who have huge amounts of power over decisions and policy affecting all of this, with zero accountability.

 

- A fixation with identifying and blaming internal and external enemies, who are to be used as an official scapegoat for your regime's many failures.

 

However, there is one main difference. Emerging markets are generally seen as at least trying to move forwards, however badly. Britain is not, it is actively sabotaging its own prospects, which is an amazing thing to witness. Maybe a new term needs coining for you? A regressing market, perhaps?"

 

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John52 - 2020-06-25 11:56 PM

 

pelmetman - 2020-06-23 8:43 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2020-06-23 8:27 PM

 

John52 - 2020-06-23 8:12 PM

 

This is worth reading

If, like me, you didn't watch all the Downing Street press briefings you can catch up with a good, brief summary here

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/23/from-super-spreader-boris-to-classic-doms-eyesight-test-daily-briefing-hits

Excellent....they need to update that now though.

 

Nothing you Losers post is worth reading *-) ........

 

Especially when it comes from the Daily Bumwipe *-) ........

 

 

Are the Bank of America and Financial Times 'Looney Leftie Losers' too?

Article in FT yesterday 'Pound is becoming an emerging market currency, says BofA analyst'

 

The pound is now an emerging-market currency in all but name, according to analysts at Bank of America, who say that Brexit has turned it into a mirror of the “small and shrinking” UK economy.

 

This is the top rated comment

Chris May;

 

"As an outsider, I can certainly see that this is a good analogy. Britain has many properties of an emerging market:

 

- Widespread extreme income disparity.

 

- Entire regions which despite being beautiful to behold, offer zero hope to those still living there (Think Wales/ Midlands/ North etc).

 

- A fixation with a storied past and a future predetermined 'greatness'.

 

- Extremely low educational achievement, leading to people making bad life decisions for themselves.

 

- A chaotic and not fit for purpose political system, which has elevated an incompetent, boosterish clown as leader. With entirely predictable (and predicted) consequences.

 

- Public institutions that are underfunded and badly run.

 

- 'Advisors' who have huge amounts of power over decisions and policy affecting all of this, with zero accountability.

 

- A fixation with identifying and blaming internal and external enemies, who are to be used as an official scapegoat for your regime's many failures.

 

However, there is one main difference. Emerging markets are generally seen as at least trying to move forwards, however badly. Britain is not, it is actively sabotaging its own prospects, which is an amazing thing to witness. Maybe a new term needs coining for you? A regressing market, perhaps?"

 

Yep I was right ;-) ........

 

Lefty Hogwash that wasn't worth reading *-) .........

 

 

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