Monday, April 4, 2016

Iceland’s PM Storms Out of Interview When Asked About ‘Panama Papers’

Iceland’s prime minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, who has been snared in the George Soros-directed Panama Papers leak,  yesterday stormed out of an interview when quizzed over claims he used an offshore company to hide millions of dollars, while his country’s bank system crashed.

Today thousands of Icelanders took to the streets around the parliament in Reykjavik  to express their anger and calling for the resignation of the Prime Minsiter after the leak disclosed the alleged Gunnlaugsson offshore corporation.

It should be noted that as of this date disclosures have only been made about accounts of enemies of either Soros, the United States or the global financial elite, e.g. against Putin, FIFA and Gunnlaugsson, who played hardball in dealing with the global banksters.


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