Australian Crackup Boom is Literal, not Figurative | Edwin Almeida

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  1. ozcopper

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    Illegal foreign dark money...

    Runaway corruption and collusion at all levels of government and banking...

    Shoddy contractors perpetrating hazardous deception with impunity as crony inspectors wink and look the other way.. Olympic athletes dropping like flies in a village built over industrial toxic waste...

    A real-estate bubble reaching nosebleed heights of distortion, while dragging innocent investors to their ruin, threatening thousands of residents with illness/ risk of death/ and financial failure..

    A looming national banking collapse capable of triggering a global financial pandemic...

    Sound like the stuff of trashy paperback detective novels? Think again: it’s not fiction, but the very real and present danger beneath one of the world’s most famous real-estate markets. And it’s showing literal cracks ready to come crashing down on all of us. Australian investigative realtor and whistleblower Edwin Almeida visits Reluctant Preppers for the first time to break open a national scandal of easy-money fueled corruption creating a massive public health hazard and arming a financial time-bomb. Will this threat start the collapse of the sky-high Australian real estate market, and a domino-effect of bank failures? Is this a black swan hatching as we speak? Find out in this hard-hitting expose!

     
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    Not a bad watch. Thanks for posting the vid. I like this American interviewer as he lets his guests talk, but he was a bit lost with some of the local lingo and references (outside of Sydney Harbour and the Opera House).

    Was interesting to hear a deeper wide from someone in the market on what's been going on. Not surprised a bit when he started talking about developments at Rhodes. That would have to be one of the most contaminated sites in metro Sydney given Union Carbide and ICI plants that operated up until the early 1990's. I can still remember the smell of both plants when traveling through Rhodes back in the day and then again when the remediation of the site was being done with the soil being treated and the same chemical smell being released. I'm awaiting for the mutant tress to sprout and attack.
     

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