He obviously doesn't want to be around when the economy collapses again in a few years' time, due to the lack of equity in wealth distribution in society; coupled with unlimited immigration costs and all the cheap credit which is available.
The latter of these of course being fundamentally down to the Bank of England monetary policy, under his tenure.
All we're doing in a consumer, service society, is recirculating the money in the system; trouble is, not enough people have enough money to keep that merry-go-round, going around.
And there's not money left in the system, as it's all been sucked out by wealthy individuals and corporations which currently have the biggest balance sheets in their history.
With cuts in the upper rate of income tax, corporation tax and business rate tax cuts, together with the continued transfer of tax payers money to private companies through private contracts with public services, it's inevitable.
The rich are getting richer, the poor are getting poorer and the average workers' pay is frozen or more likely declining in real terms compared with the cost of living.
All of this, combined with the failure to tax the wealthy appropriately, mean that it's going to happen sooner rather than later.