ICELAND: The Other FORMIDABLE REVOLUTION!
-> 93% of the People IMPOSE the Non-repayment of the Banks!
-> The other formidable revolution: blackout of the Media about this revolution.
As incredible as that can appear a democratic revolution and anti-capitalist takes place in Iceland, and nobody speaks about it, even the media does not relay information, you will almost not find a trace of it on “Google”.
The total blackout however, the nature of the events:
People drives out and they have besieged the presidential palace peacefully. The people replacement the liberal political party and have removed all the other political parties who is follow the same policy.
more info HERE http://thefreeonline.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/iceland-first-to-have-to-forgive-mortgage-debts/
The party’s only advertisement was in a newspaper personal column, saying: “The Best Party wishes to meet good people aged between 18 and 90.” Its 10-point plan had 13 points. And the party’s campaign video featured candidates singing Tina Turner’s Simply the Best, with the chorus: “We are the best, the bestest of parties, best for Reykjavik, best city of every week.” It works in Icelandic.
Iceland was ripe for change, having effectively gone bust thanks to the cronyism of a cluster of politicians and bankers who thought that they could turn an island of fishermen with a population of 318,000 into a financial superpower.
In less than four years, the most rapid expansion of a banking system in history saw three privatised banks develop assets 10 times the size of the country’s GDP. It was the Icarus economy. Property prices tripled, the stock market multiplied nine times, and people borrowed heavily – often in foreign currencies – to cash in on the boom. The crash was fast, hard and painful, worsened by the collapse of the krona as the state, unable to bail out the banks, refused to pay foreign creditors.
The strategy looks smart now, compared with events in Greece and Ireland, but the country was angry and frightened. Voters wanted change, and the Best Party caught the mood, capturing Reykjavik with 34.7% of the vote. “No one has to be afraid of the Best Party,” said Jón in his acceptance speech. “Because it is the best party. If it wasn’t, it would be called the Worst Party or the Bad Party. We would never work with a party like that.”
read lots more HERE…
- A Lesson from Iceland (auldacquaintance.wordpress.com)
- Whats happening in Iceland? (seeker401.wordpress.com)