By Dave Bloke
The collapse of two apartment blocks has got people enervated in France. To recap one building had been condemned by the town hall (who are the owners) over a decade ago and left to rot. The south of France has experienced torrential rain. Residents of a second adjacent block have noticed water pouring into their block from the derelict building. Before the collapse one resident found her door wouldn't shut and saw cracks in wall tiles. She called the owners who told her to "calm down, dear" but worried she went to sleep at her parents.
6 people dead. It seems (from video footage) the block owned by the town hall collapsed bringing the second block down. The town hall deny this.
Queue huge numbers of gimmigrants demanding to be rehoused... it is estimated that 100,000 properties in Marseilles alone are in a similar state.
Of course if France got control of its borders and insane immigration problem (over 200K family reunion per year legally) it might stand a better chance of housing the people it has (whatever their origins) in better conditions.
By Frank Hovis
Here are the charts for 15/16, 16/17 and 17/18 forecast and I think we're seeing here what we're picking up upon generally:
VAT - people buying things - goes up steadily: 133, 138, 143 - increasing population buying increasing amounts of tat NI - people having jobs no matter how low paid - goes up steadily - 115, 126, 130 - increasing population albeit in monkey jobs Income Tax - people earning over £12k a year - is actually projected to fall - 170, 182, 175 - increasing population but less tax = less good jobs So more people buying things, more people in work, but the wages over £12k pa are actually reducing.
For the second time today I will say it: Atlas Shrugged.
By Mirror Mirror
Italy mulls tax breaks to lure retirees to its Southern regions. This piqued my interest, not sure why.
At least Five Star have realised that African migrants areen’t the problem to the depopulation problems.
My other thought was, I wonder who else might have moved into your chosen region recently.
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