Churchill with Asquith was bright enough to realise the optimum economic and tax system for the UK. The only war Churchill ever lost was the war against the British Land owners in 1909 - the hereditary House of Lords.
If he had won we would not have had land and house fuelled boom and bust. Rising land values and speculation fuelled all recessions and depressions. The Credit Crunch would not have happened, the 1929 crash would not have happened. WW2 would not have happened. He lost the biggest war, a war that would have had a greater impact on the world.
Tax Scam by Fred Harrison
Fred Harrison identifying the root problem of the Credit Crunch
Another good one by Fred Harrison
Fred Harrison was the first economist, in 1997, to predict the Credit Crunch, which was a property and land crash. He warned Lawson in 1983 about the crash of 1990-91 and warned Brown in 1997 about the crash of 2008. How many more times does this guy need to be proven right before we listen?
Fred identified an 18 year cycle in land/houses from boom to bust. He initially did not identify the 18 years, as it was done by US economists in the 1930s and forgotten. Fred found out and went over and interviewed the very old men. His research correlated with theirs. Fred was spot on. The US cycle was two years ahead of the UKs, which he predicted. He predicted the UK would crash in 2010, but the US market took the world with it. The problem is the economic and tax system all the western world uses irrespective of country and political colour. Brown did a great job of fire-fighting and tweaking as he went along, however once the tsunami came along it took all.
He has the answer to stop it all - most traditional economists say there is no silver bullet that solves it. Fred say there is. He is backed by many economists around the world, Hudson in the US is a leading light.
Unfortunately, the world is still insisting on using the existing economic model.
Harrison identified that low wage earners in mainly rented property subsidise the rich.