The Housing Crisis, Who’s to blame – Studio Interview Thursday (today) 8pm

The Housing Crisis, Who’s to blame – Studio Interview Thursday (today) 8pm

10:20 AM, 4th March 2021, About 3 years ago 14

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There are too few houses for tenants to rent and even those available for first-time buyers are too expensive. It’s all Landlords fault, or so the government and everyone else jumping on the bandwagon would have you believe.

Apparently, Landlords are buying up so many houses that it’s increasing the price and level of rents.

Well, I have a different theory. The cause of the housing crisis is the same as a number of other major problems facing society.

The government’s reason (excuse) for each of these problems differs, putting the blame onto various people or reasons because the truth is too ‘unspeakable’. I genuinely haven’t heard the reason publicly stated before and the interviewer was intrigued by my theory and hence invited me to share it during an interview.

A lot of ‘home truths will be told’!  (None you will have heard from any Landlord Associations, I can assure you)

Some examples of specific housing issues will be discussed and the programme is being recorded and a link to that subsequently shared.

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Chris @ Possession Friend

21:50 PM, 4th March 2021, About 3 years ago

Reply to the comment left by John MacAlevey at 04/03/2021 - 16:23
Which is much of what I said John, sticking up for landlords - can't understand why any Landlord would think that was bad ?
( I thought there wasn't enough of it, hence why I went on the programme )

Simon F

23:22 PM, 4th March 2021, About 3 years ago

Reply to the comment left by Chris @ Possession Friend at 04/03/2021 - 21:50
Cos by doing this, you are giving Vance et al publicity on this forum (not appreciated by many of us), plus you are creating an audit trail that left wing will find and use to demonstrate Landlords are in league with the racist, alt-right -- that's making the situation worse not better for our reputation.

Chris @ Possession Friend

19:14 PM, 5th March 2021, About 3 years ago

Reply to the comment left by Simon F at 04/03/2021 - 23:22
Simon, Speech and Opinion are Free ( although at least they were before the relatively recent 'Cancel culture' )
David Vance is a proponent of Free speech, and so am I. -
( I don't know what his views on everything are, and there is not a human being alive that anyone will agree with everything about. )

You are free to disagree ( that's what free speech is ) however, condemning something you refuse to watch is, well premature and arguably based on your own views ( or as some might call, prejudices )
Funny how Opinions or views are those of similar 'ilk' to ones own, whereas different opinions are prejudices !

I am however very keen to hear your view on the Housing crisis, as I am anyone's ( without prejudice as to their beliefs )

Leics Landlord

19:52 PM, 5th March 2021, About 3 years ago

You know enough of his views to be retweeting his approval of convicted thug and fraudster Tommy Robinson. I'm afraid I gave up at that point: it was quite clear that the conversation was not going to improve, or go beyond crude stereotyping.

I believe in freedom of speech, too. But that does not mean that the exercise of that freedom should be without consequences. The principal consequence is that you have handed ammunition to all our opponents.

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