Author: The Meister
Since the 1900′s the vast majority of the American population has
dreamed about saying “NO” to the Unconstitutional, corrupt,
Rothschild/Rockefeller banking criminals, but no one has dared to do so.
Why? If just half of our Nation, and the “1%”, who pay the majority of
the taxes, just said NO MORE! Our Gov’t would literally change over
night. Why is it so hard, for some people to understand, that by simply
NOT giving your money, to large Corporations, who then send jobs,
Intellectual Property, etc. offshore and promote anti-Constitutional
rights… You will accomplish more, than if you used violence. In other
words… RESEARCH WHERE YOU ARE SENDING EVERY SINGLE PENNY!!! Is that so
hard? The truth of the matter is… No one, except the Icelanders, have to
been the only culture on the planet to carry out this successfully. Not
only have they been successful, at overthrowing the corrupt Gov’t,
they’ve drafted a Constitution, that will stop this from happening ever
again. That’s not the best part… The best part, is that they have
arrested ALL Rothschild/Rockefeller banking puppets, responsible for the
Country’s economic Chaos and meltdown.
Last week 9 people were arrested in London and Reykjavik for their
possible responsibility for Iceland’s financial collapse in 2008, a deep
crisis which developed into an unprecedented public reaction that is
changing the country’s direction.
It has been a revolution without weapons in Iceland, the country that
hosts the world’s oldest democracy (since 930), and whose citizens have
managed to effect change by going on demonstrations and banging pots
and pans. Why have the rest of the Western countries not even heard
Pressure from Icelandic citizens’ has managed not only to bring down a
government, but also begin the drafting of a new constitution (in
process) and is seeking to put in jail those bankers responsible for the
financial crisis in the country. As the saying goes, if you ask for
things politely it is much easier to get them.
This quiet revolutionary process has its origins in 2008 when the
Icelandic government decided to nationalise the three largest banks,
Landsbanki, Kaupthing and Glitnir, whose clients were mainly British,
and North and South American.
After the State took over, the official currency (krona) plummeted
and the stock market suspended its activity after a 76% collapse.
Iceland was becoming bankrupt and to save the situation, the
International Monetary Fund (IMF) injected U.S. $ 2,100 million and the
Nordic countries helped with another 2,500 million.
Great little victories of ordinary people
While banks and local and foreign authorities were desperately
seeking economic solutions, the Icelandic people took to the streets and
their persistent daily demonstrations outside parliament in Reykjavik
prompted the resignation of the conservative Prime Minister Geir H.
Haarde and his entire government.
Citizens demanded, in addition, to convene early elections, and they
succeeded. In April a coalition government was elected, formed by the
Social Democratic Alliance and the Left Green Movement, headed by a new
Prime Minister, Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir.
Throughout 2009 the Icelandic economy continued to be in a precarious
situation (at the end of the year the GDP had dropped by 7%) but,
despite this, the Parliament proposed to repay the debt to Britain and
the Netherlands with a payment of 3,500 million Euros, a sum to be paid
every month by Icelandic families for 15 years at 5.5% interest.
The move sparked anger again in the Icelanders, who returned to the
streets demanding that, at least, that decision was put to a referendum.
Another big small victory for the street protests: in March 2010 that
vote was held and an overwhelming 93% of the population refused to repay
the debt, at least with those conditions.
This forced the creditors to rethink the deal and improve it,
offering 3% interest and payment over 37 years. Not even that was
enough. The current president, on seeing that Parliament approved the
agreement by a narrow margin, decided last month not to approve it and
to call on the Icelandic people to vote in a referendum so that they
would have the last word.
The bankers are fleeing in fear
Returning to the tense situation in 2010, while the Icelanders were
refusing to pay a debt incurred by financial sharks without
consultation, the coalition government had launched an investigation to
determine legal responsibilities for the fatal economic crisis and had
already arrested several bankers and top executives closely linked to
high risk operations.
Interpol, meanwhile, had issued an international arrest warrant
against Sigurdur Einarsson, former president of one of the banks. This
situation led scared bankers and executives to leave the country en
In this context of crisis, an assembly was elected to draft a new
constitution that would reflect the lessons learned and replace the
current one, inspired by the Danish constitution.
To do this, instead of calling experts and politicians, Iceland
decided to appeal directly to the people, after all they have sovereign
power over the law. More than 500 Icelanders presented themselves as
candidates to participate in this exercise in direct democracy and write
a new constitution. 25 of them, without party affiliations, including
lawyers, students, journalists, farmers and trade union representatives
Among other developments, this constitution will call for the
protection, like no other, of freedom of information and expression in
the so-called Icelandic Modern Media Initiative, in a bill that aims to
make the country a safe haven for investigative journalism and freedom
of information, where sources, journalists and Internet providers that
host news reporting are protected.
The people, for once, will decide the future of the country while
bankers and politicians witness the transformation of a nation from the
Article Link: http://itmakessenseblog.com/2012/06/18/global-elites-thrown-out-of-iceland-iceland-dismantles-corrupt-govt-then-arrests-all-rothschild-bankers/