My name is Florian, I am an Architect, Father and Small Business Owner, living in sunny Brisbane Australia. I created this to channel and podcast to discuss politics, social justice, education, Men's Rights, and anything else that interests me. I generally try to see both sides of a situation and like to focus on Australian content. #AusPol #Australia #Politics
Oil prices spike amid threat of war because of a recent drone attack on a Suadi Arabian refinery and oil field.
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By refusing to release any information about buildings with a flammable cladding risk, is the NSW government putting landlords before lives?
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Talk of Negative interest rates is appearing more frequently in Australia media.
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Australia's high household debt levels are putting us at risk of a global shock and the debt levels continue to rise.
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The Australian Financial Review has published another article about the government's proposed cash ban, attacking all the critics as conspiracy theories by using their own conspiracy theories.
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Let's look at nine arguments for why Australia isn't heading to a recession and then discover the one result that changes everything.
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The AFR recently wrote a story about DFA's Martin North. Let's look at the article from an Influence and Pre-Suasion perspective to see how it has been written to nudge peoples opinion.
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Over a third of Mascot Towers Owners cannot afford their $60k repair bill and because of thermal loading on the building in summer, time is running out. Should the state government step in and help these people or is this an example of Caveat Emptor?
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Apparently, the media is attempting to compare a retail worker with a lawyer. While underemployment is an issue, claims that people working too hard is taking away jobs seems farcical.
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Let's look at the Auction Clearance Rates for the 8th of September 2019.
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Sydney housing is predicted to rise this spring season. Will the lack of consumer confidence in apartments drive people to housing?
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Stockland is half way through a $1 billion dollar divestment or selloff of their non-core retail portfolio. Certainly an indication of where the smart money is moving and perhaps a sign of the medium-term retail future for Australia?
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People are being instructed to leave Binna Burra due to emergency warnings due to Bushfire. While we need to warn anyone we know who might be at risk it is also worth look at Labors Tree Clearing Laws and their impact on Fire Breaks.
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