Canadian Real Estate is at a Critical Juncture

Discussion in 'Canada' started by DennisTate, Jun 7, 2022.

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Will a Basic Minimum Income that is UNCONDITIONAL but Taxables solve Canada's housing crisis?

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  1. DennisTate

    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I am on a very different page personally than anybody that I know of in the big political parties when it comes to how I think that the Canadian housing crisis should be addressed.

    I believe that the answer to the housing crisis in Canada lies in greatly increasing demand....as well as the supply of homes by greatly increasing THE PRODUCTIVITY OF CANADIANS, (ESPECIALLY BLUE COLLAR CANADIAN WORKERS).


    A lot of really good points are made in this article / blog.


    Canadian Real Estate is at a Critical Juncture

     
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    I believe that by freeing Canadian women from the economic pressure that forces so many of them to choose to have an abortion......
    is the best way to also address Canada's housing crisis.

    Would a Basic Minimum Income dramatically reduce abortions?




    BY CREATING EIGHTEEN BILLION DOLLARS CANADIAN PER MONTH IN THE SAME MANNER THAT THE BANK OF CANADA FUNCTIONED FROM 1938 TO 1974 WILL ASSIST MANY CANADIANS TO PURCHASE THE EQUIPMENT THAT THEY WILL NEED TO BECOME EFFICIENT AT BUILDING NEW HOMES.... OR RENOVATING OLDER HOMES!


     
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    Now to give you a bit of a history lesson on another event that was pretty close to the Bear Market of 1929...... but it was four to six decades earlier.

    There are certain people who love a Bear Market type of situation because it leads to dozens if not hundreds of hungry applicants for each job that they advertise........
    plus it allows them to buy real estate and smaller companies for a fraction of their real value.........

    Another important part of creating a good environment for hyper-inflation is to organize a supply chain crisis where there are fifty to seventy massive ships off the shore of California and you can stop them from unloading their cargo through various Environmentalism laws. (Some guy over in Florida sure messed up that perfect part of the scheme though didn't he)?????

     

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