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 worse the recession will be.

It’s been fuelled by excessive debt and poor economic policy over decades, and now our economy is almost entirely based on pumping the real estate Ponzi.

Australians are in a love affair with property but it’s gone from mutual love to something not so mutual, and when we break up it’s not going to be pretty.

This video is about the history of the bubble; what caused it and how we can avoid bubbles like this in the future.

Let me know in the comments when you think the bubble will pop, because these things can last a long time.

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  • Almostoffthegrid

    Nice job. Only criticism would be to also have a text only version. A 15 minute long video was pretty dregging.

    At this rate, I don’t think the bubble will pop anytime soon, nor will it be an overnight event. Our politicians will lose money themselves.

    I believe they will continue to import immigrants, and indebt citizens with infrastructure, which will default. With automation around the corner also, the result will be higher taxes, interest rates, living costs and unemployment. The result will be a gradual cull of the lower and middle class.

    The upper echelon of society will use this to buy more property, and ultimately gain control of a dystopian society of slaves.

    Npcs will still say Hitler was the most evil human ever.

    • Mattys Modern Life

      You’d be surprised how quickly a bubble can pop, no amount of immigration will be able to stop it if people start panic selling and bank balance sheets take a big hit.

      The rulers will do all they can to keep this ponzi afloat but as they say: mathematically what cannot continue will not continue.

      Prices are already ridiculously high, if Bull Shitten gets in he will get rid of negative gearing and watch speculators rush for the exit.

      • Almostoffthegrid

        2020 I’m thinking. Just for the sake of even numbers and that it’ll be more memorable in history. Although i believe the nail in the coffin will be oil supply

    • This is what will happen.

      • Almostoffthegrid

        Ive been noticing that there’s been somewhat of an acceleration of (((their))) plans. France riots, children protesting, terror attacks etc.

        Agenda 21 well on track. Too many comfy normies and boomers.

        • No idea if there’s an acceleration. Presumably the more confident they are, the larger and more obvious their works will be. I don’t know if that means going faster. It’s all heading in the same direction.

  • thegentlemantroll

    To answer your question simply and objectively Matty: it pops when a majority of people realise that the true value of the property isn’t worth what they paid for it. I don’t know when it will happen, previous predictions have been off the mark and this bubble has been more like a stubborn deep pimple that you squeeze and squeeze but the puss won’t rise to the surface.

  • Bucky Redux

    The bubble has to pop, as sure as night follows day.
    We live amidst insanity, but we accept it as normal.
    Running in circles, dancing NPC beebop hamsters, to the Banksters tune, greedy, borrowing more and more, to “get ahead”.
    To what purpose ?

  • Bikinis not Burkas

    The pharmacy that I have been going to for the last 6 years is now supporting Islam, can anyone suggest one in Western Sydney that is dinki dye Aussie and doesn’t support the Murderous ideology of Islam?
    I am having difficulty finding one!

    • thegentlemantroll

      Is there a discount chemist warehouse near you?

      • Bikinis not Burkas

        Yes but guess what I found there.

        • Bucky Redux

          MoHamHead ?

    • fimbulwinter

      Chemist warehouse only hires Chinese pharmacists.

      • Bucky Redux

        My local Chemist Warehouse has 3 Chinese pharmacists, husband and wife & son:
        Sum Ting Wong and No Pah King, and Dum Fuk.

        • fimbulwinter

          Lol. Mine has dim sim.
          Gotta admit though they usually have hot blondes stacking the shelves.

        • Jai_Normosone

          Don’t forget the daughter that does double-duty: Bih Dik Suok

  • fimbulwinter

    Normies at work get me thinking the housing speculation is partly explained by a few things:
    – mindless consumerism and hedonism (normie lives are apparently so easy they can afford monthly holidays, eating out, shiny gadgets)
    – ignorance – attitudes like this “I have a half Chinese friend who is really cool, therefore all foreigners are good”, “the government is benevolent and will never let anything happen to us”
    – excessive government spending on vanity projects and mass importing of plastic chinese crap gives the illusion of wealth
    – the greater fool theory – amplified by heavily sedated public with a low IQ and short attention span.

    • Bucky Redux

      fimbulwinter, I can sum up your observations thus:

      Most, if not all Normies are fucking stupid brain-dead morons.

      • fimbulwinter

        I thought I’d be more eloquent. But yes, they are all fucking retarded!

    • Pretty much nailed it but also the housing bubble is explained by basic bubble logic.

      Market goes up > investors enter market with debt > debt pushes market up > people need more debt and debt pushes market up > investors become speculators and add more debt that pushes prices up > prices stop going up > everyone panic sells, prices crash and everyone wonders how it all happened.

      It’s also exactly how a Ponzi scheme works only there are no “investors” at the start, just crooks (which I guess is the same for the housing bubble if you think about it).

      This country desperately needs this bubble to pop so people can wake up.

      • fimbulwinter

        Spot on Matty – that is exactly the “greater fool” theory.

  • Wobbegong

    When will it pop, 2022, the presses will run hot, better start stacking!

    • Bucky Redux

      Well, maybe a Global reset. Rothschild controlled WW Central Banks taken down. Brexit dissolves the London controlled financial system. Lots of evil Bankster fuckers go to jail. A Debt Jubilee. Fiat “money” is abolished.
      New WW currency established.
      Or…..maybe none of that will happen….

      • Mattys Modern Life

        Dare to dream.

  • Jai_Normosone

    The bubble will pop when Bull Shitten gets his wish and does away with negative gearing.

    He *will* be voted in at the next election because, as un-electable as he is, the LNP has managed to fuck up everything with their repeat of the revolving-door-PM to the point that this dipshit could run to the media with his cock in his hand and they’ll lap it up and blame ScoMo or Trump for it.

    Political parties in this country don’t win elections – the side that is in manages to lose it.

    Anyone who votes Labor should be treated with the same contempt as anyone who votes for the Greens. They are treasonous in everything they do and are supported by the Unions. Unions are criminal organisations in their own right as they exist purely to support the union execs in their lavish lifestyles much like the ALP & LNP support MPs in theirs. The unions also have a massive following of DUMB CUNTS who are somehow stupid enough to believe that the union gives a shit about their welfare at work and will fight anyone who says otherwise.

    Unions have done nothing but fail me at every juncture when I needed them when I was younger – so now I wish them nothing but harm.

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  • Predictions like this are easy to make and have been made easily for over a decade. Stephen Keen loved making them in the late 2000s.

    My father’s advice discouraged us from buying a place around the corner shortly after marriage. If we’d gone ahead we’d have been stuck in our jobs but considerably ahead financially as it has definitely doubled in value. Sometimes I wish I wasn’t so cautious.

    I don’t believe we should have deductions for rental properties in this country, it should be profitable or don’t bother with it. That would certainly reduce the debt bubbles and keep prices more manageable.

    The banking Royal Commission is never going to touch the cartel aspect of the banks. The banks are acting like a cartel and not letting the property market crash. While this continues, the bubble will only remain unpopped.

    If you drive around the 10-15km mark in Brizbekistan you will see apartment complexes in the middle of frigging nowhere. I expect that our ethnic replacements will be brought in to fill those properties.

    Every politician in this country has the goal to become an aristocrat. That means accruing as much wealth as possible in one generation. In this unpatriotic age, it also means not giving a fuck about your country. They will continue to import infinity niggers and the rest to replace us and keep the bubble going.

    If you look at the US housing collapse, the kikes made a motza out of it and the taxpayer funded bailouts. We are structured differently here and there’s possibly no such killing to be made. Of course, there could be other benefits to a housing crash if there was a need to destroy any attempts by actual Australians to assert their independence.

  • ElvenPegasister

    Not making a guess, but I have been hoping it will burst soon. One question on that, though.

    Now I get what you’re saying about avoiding getting suckered into the bubble, but if the bubble is beginning to burst, wouldn’t that make it a good time to start looking for a cheap place to buy? I’m a young worker (although in a secondary industry, making me unsure of having a job if the economy collapses), about to get married, and hoping to eventually have a place to live in that is owned outright by my future husband and myself.

    One of my friends has managed to buy a 1-bedroom apartment at the age of only 25 because she found something affordable. I know this is statistically insignificant on its own, but if I understand you correctly, what you’re saying is that this should be becoming less rare as the bubble starts to burst.

    David Hilton has projected that the bursting bubble will be to the value of 75% (, so I guess the idea of continuing to rent and saving up to buy isn’t a bad idea, despite my aversion to paying a heap of money for something without long-term return, i.e., ownership.

    So my question is, are you telling prospective first home owners to give up on the idea and expect to rent for the rest of our lives, or only to wait for the bubble to burst?