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The recession reveals our weaknesses

For the first time in about a decade, the Australian economy is in recession. This is bad because the only thing either side of...

Why house prices are going to fall 75%

Originally published November 30, 2018. Took the fam to the Central Coast for a holiday recently. Lovely place. The little one liked the beaches, the missus...

Sydney median house prices crashed by up to half a million...

Suburbs across Sydney saw record six-figure price falls in 2019, according to Domain. The data was recorded as part of the Domain House Price...

Quote of the Day: Moochers can pay us to leave

Yesterday Mark Moncrieff proposed paying foreign invaders to leave Australia as a solution to our impending demographic replacement. The final point he made was...

Dia Beltran: Housing Affordability Crisis in Australia

Everybody is talking about the coming Bubblegeddon which is going to hit the Australian housing market. It could hit tomorrow, it could hit in...

Australians are addicted to Ponzi

The Victorian state election in Australia last weekend shocked the political class on all sides right across the nation. The incumbent Labor government which...

The Truth about Australia’s HUGE Property Bubble

Australia has one of the biggest property bubbles the world has ever seen and it is going to pop eventually. The bigger it gets...

The recession Australia deserves to have

Australia’s housing bubble is on the verge of going pop. The housing bubble is based on a few factors, namely an immigration Ponzi scheme,...

The civil war that we might have to have

This article was originally published at https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/ on 16/10/18, where Adam Piggott publishes regularly and brilliantly. You can purchase Adam's books here. Australia’s last economic recession...

XYZ Live #36 – “Aborigine Day” with ScoMo, the Australian Housing...

Topics covered: Scott Morrison's proposal for a day to celebrate Aboriginal culture as an alternative to changing the date of Australia Day. Is Australia's...