Why the government doesn’t want to solve the housing crisis

The government has created a housing bubble that presents an illusion of growth, in order to put forward a pre-election myth of an economic miracle. Isn’t it sad that it seems the best thing for the future of our country would be for that bubble to burst, with all the accompanying misery that would entail?

2 thoughts on “Why the government doesn’t want to solve the housing crisis

  1. J Wilson

    That’s pretty much been the case for every ‘housing bubble and bust’ ‘growth periods’ over the last 60 years or more since the end of WW2. I’ve only seen it since 1978 though but realized in 1990 that such a system is unsustainable, and virtually predicted the collapse of the banks in 2001 when I wrote Tony Blair about the ‘bonus culture’ which was duly ignored.

    So will anyone seeing this now please support these campaigns at:-

    http://you.38degrees.org.uk/p/bill-of-rights and

    http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/General_Assembly_of_The_United_Nations_Confirm_the_relevance_of_The_International_Bill_of_Human_Rights_to_all

    to see what these people have to say about it.

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