Friday, March 5, 2010

Iceland's Voters About to Tell Global Banksters to Shove It

A vote is set for Saturday in Iceland on a referendum that would require Iceland to pay funds to the U.K. and the Netherlands based on U.K. and Netherlands investors who lost money because of the collapse of an Icelandic bank.

As I reported earlier:
The EU (based on some complicated rules) wants the residents of Iceland to bailout depositors in the United Kingdom who deposited money in an Icelandic bank that opened a subsidiary in the UK and then failed.The tab is £3.5 billion. The population of Iceland is only 320,000.
A Capacent Gallup survey conducted over the last weeks of February showed 74% of those who had decided to vote planned to vote "no", reports WSJ.

The IMF and the EU are trying to muscle Iceland's voters. The IMF has been holding up aid to Iceland. The EU would likely kill the potential of membership for Iceland in the EU. Those muscle moves have obviously not gone over well with Iceland's voters.

An Icelandic negotiating team remained in London, according to WSJ,i n a last-ditch bid to seal a pact that could—at least temporarily—eliminate the need for a referendum on the older agreement. But Iceland's finance minister, Steingrímur Sigfússon said it was "highly unlikely" the referendum would be called off.

21 comments:

  1. In a supersaturated solution, it only takes one "seed" crystal to start the phase change, eh?

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  2. You go Iceland tell the globalist banker thieves to shove there ponzi scheme

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  3. Nice to see a country with a set of balls. The people of Iceland are doing what every country in the world should be doing and let the money changers clean up the mess that they created. Hopefully the citizens in America will be paying attention.

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  4. The IMF has the same basic plan for the rest of the planet. Look at Greece. Serious blowback coming for the NWO crowd

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  5. Time for Americans to all stand together against the little rats running this country

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  6. After they vote they should then hang the bankers and their crony politicians from lampposts.

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  7. Go Icelanders! Be the first domino to fall in ending the cartel of international bankers! Declare your independence, create your own money and pay interest no more!!

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  8. I know many people that would be thrilled to do business and vacation in a country that told the bankers to shove it!

    I would be very interested in buying bonds backed by physical assets from Iceland instead of reserve banking system bonds!

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  9. Its interesting that the citizens of Iceland are apparently sending their "leaders" a strong message to stop bailing out bankers but the "leaders" appear to be ready to ignore them. If the citizens prevail and throw the bums out, their recovery could be quite rapid. See a tale of two depressions by David Friedman: http://www.investors.com/NewsAndAnalysis/Article.aspx?id=522953

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  10. It doesn't matter if Americans pay attention. We never get to vote on a referendum or any other meaningful choice. Only those who support the NWO are ever nominated... with only a few exceptions, notably Ron Paul

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  11. Apparently there's not enough fluoride in their water.

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  12. go iceland go! Throw the bums out!

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  13. My next family vacation will be to Iceland! Be strong.

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  14. Iceland you be the first to tell the banksters to shove it.
    Other countries will follow your lead.
    If you do, my next vacation will be to Iceland.

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  15. This stance for dignity by the Icelandic people is monumental in the course of human history, future, and the now. They begin a global trend of nations standing up to the international banking cartel and telling them to pay their own gambling debt (derivatives & credit default swaps) and send the bums in the Central Bank of Iceland to prison or worse. When the rest of the collapsing credit heavy nations all fall down, the USA included, and the entire lot of us tell them stick their debt up their arss, they will instantaneously shrink down to the size of mortal men. A large room full of parasitical men and women about to be crushed under the mass of the six plus billion of us. In other words, this class of trash, the ruling class is about to come undone. Good riddance.

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  16. unfortunately for icelands scumbag government. it is a small country and the people know where they all live. I bet if they dared to go against their people they would be ripped to shreds. this is the example we all need to tell our scum bag MPs who work for the bankers they will be mutilated or worse if they do not represent their populations and tell the bankers go to hell you luciferian scumbags

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  17. No, the citizens of the US are NOT paying attention.

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  18. The media is seriously misrepresenting the Icelandic referendum. The Icelandic people are not voting on "whether to pay or not". The fact that the money will be paid has never been under doubt. The vote is on the conditions of the payment (deadline, interest, etc.). Since the common people don't really understand the financial terms, they have, of course, voted "no" - as anyone would, if asked to for permission for some of his or her money to be taken away in exchange for nothing.

    The setting up of this referendum is essentially a clever move by the Icelandic government to get a better deal for the repayment from the UK and the Netherlands.

    Face it, folks, the banksters always win and the people always lose.

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  19. If the citizens prevail and throw the bums out, their recovery could be quite rapid. See a tale of two depressions.
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  20. Nice to see a country with a set of balls. The people of Iceland are doing what every country in the world should be doing and let the money changers clean up the mess that they created.
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