Iceland Dismantles Corrupt Gov’t Then Arrests All Rothschild Bankers

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posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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So what kind of media machine does Iceland use to herd the flock? Something different than the US no doubt, but is it any closer to a true democracy? Sounds like they are blaming the aquisitor archetype, plenty of those around aggressive, obsessive types that think its only about winning through complete domination. Often times aquisitors turn philanthropic like Bill Gates once they have exhausted their material goals. Bill Gates (likes Da Vinci, and isn't Jewish) but he was still an aquisitor.

We all know that the banking credit card industry preys on people with marginal sense. They get to charge that high interest rate *because* the buyer is in a higher risk category, but wants the cherry red Porsche so bad they don't negotiate a smart contract.
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posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:14 PM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
Here's something that may indicate something is going on in Iceland.

There is mention of Rothschild banking advisers.



Indeed, a bank is part of a transaction between a buyer and seller of a frozen food company, which happens to be named "Iceland".

This is as unusual as water being wet.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:19 PM
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Originally posted by nightbringr

Originally posted by onecraftydude
So a lender can lend a person money they don't qualify for and not be responsible when the person defaults. Along the way to default the bank increases the interest rate and the mortgagee can never pay down the principal. That system should be illegal. Our government is held by just such a situation. The FED has raised the interest rate on us so we never pay on the principal. How in the world is that considered ok?

And anyone who is too stupid to realize they cannot afford a $200,000 Porsche when they only made $24,000 dollars a year should have to pay when they default on their loan. No one put a gun to their head to make them buy it when a Civic would have worked.
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Actually I think that when somebody is not able to pay on the loan they should follow the terms of the contract, which usually means repossession of the collateral in a case like this. This is a financial business transaction, not a moral transaction, unless you borrowed money from your family.

And I do believe that if a bank has the blessing of government insurance for deposits, then it should take the responsibility for avoiding excessively predatory or individual over-leverage because that's what a good society does.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:23 PM
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while this is a nice change of news compared to what we get to hear from the middle east etc..

Just to bring some perspective...

Population Iceland Jan 1 2012 – 319,575
www.statice.is...

Iceland GDP 2011 - approx - 14 Billion
en.wikipedia.org...(nominal)#List


US population 2011 - 311,591 917
www.google.ca...

US GDP 2011 – approx - 15,094 Billion

Bigger numbers.. bigger problem..

you can always hope Iceland turns out to be a “mini me”



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:29 PM
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A lot of people are jumping the gun. It isnt about ending the system. Its just about the mortgage fraud. Iceland will continue to keep its fiat currency and stay part of the machine.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:39 PM
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THIS HAPPENED IN 2010! It's all over the internet have a look around.

This is the way the world should be going, no wonder it isn't anywhere MSM wise.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:44 PM
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Originally posted by mbkennel

Originally posted by SimonPeter
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You evidently are at a loss ! If you research the Rothschilds from the time they were the Bauer 's you would be apprised of the , no , your situation along with the rest of us . Research < The Rothschilds Timelines> There are a lot of people who know about the dreams of Mayer Amschel Bauer of world domination but don't know that the Bible tells of it around 2,000 years earlier as well as the Mark of the Beast that could only be implemented throughout the world with the advent of the world wide web .


In other words, It's All The Jews Fault, Kill Them!

People who believe that can go cheney themselves.
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You need to take a chill pill. While what he said might be wrong he nowhere blamed the jews. Putting blame on a jew, where you think its appropriate is not antisemitism. Blaming the jews as a group is antisemitism, not specific jews, for specific reasons.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 06:51 PM
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Originally posted by mbkennel

Originally posted by xuenchen
Here's something that may indicate something is going on in Iceland.

There is mention of Rothschild banking advisers.



Indeed, a bank is part of a transaction between a buyer and seller of a frozen food company, which happens to be named "Iceland".

This is as unusual as water being wet.


Yes you are right, I jumped the gun


But the story did mention a small bank in Iceland:

The remaining 10% of Iceland is owned by Glitnir, a smaller failed Icelandic bank
 



Here's some more possible Rothschild involvements

Rothschild banker goes to BarCap
Posted by Gwen Robinson on Sep 08 04:24. 2 comments .

Barclays Capital has hired NM Rothschild & Sons’s global co-head of financial institutions, Stefano Marsaglia, as chairman of its world-wide financial-institutions group, a signal of the investment bank’s global ambitions, reports the WSJ. Marsaglia was at Rothschild for 17 years, and will help expand BarCap’s growing advisory business. He is one of the most senior investment bankers to join BarCap since its acquisition of Lehman Brothers’ North America operations a year ago.


Iceland’s Landsbanki frontrunner for Bridgewell
Posted by Gwen Robinson on Apr 17 05:28. Comment .

Landsbanki, the Icelandic bank, has emerged as a frontrunner in the race to acquire Bridgewell, the UK mid-market stockbroker. Jim Renwick, chief executive, and Darren Ellis, chief operations officer, on Monday flew to Iceland to meet their potential Icelandic suitors, according to sources familiar with the matter. The broker announced last month it was considering bid approaches after recording a sharp fall in underlying profits from £3.4m to £1m. It is understood the short list of bidders will be cut this week from 12 to two or three. Other – mainly non-UK – prospective bidders are thought to include Toronto-based Canaccord Capital and Rabobank, the Dutch co-operative. NM Rothschild is running Bridgewell’s sale.

FT source



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 07:14 PM
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Central. Banking. System.

edit: It seems there is no mention of the Central banking system in Iceland either....my apologies. It seems to be just a few corrupt bankers....not necessarily their central bank...or am I overlooking something here?
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posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 07:23 PM
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it sounds insane but it would work anywhere. If all bank debt were forgiven everyone and every corporation apart from banking would benefit. We all would start over at -0- and the losers would be those who produce nothing and profit from others labor. Banking could be restructured to be what it should be and that is nothing more than a pipeline. Iceland has courage.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 07:27 PM
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So the Rothschild lackeys are going down? Not the Rothschild's themselves...



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 07:39 PM
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I love how even in the original sited article, they try to say that Iceland has a Democratic form of government when it is actually a Parlimentary Republic. If it WAS a democracy, THIS would NEVER be happening as Democracy is Majority Rule, or those who are in power, have the most power and the average person has no say, a REPUBLIC is where EVERYONE has a say. VERY different the two...lets PLEASE STOP confusing one for another!



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 07:47 PM
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Here is some good info about Iceland banks and the ongoing financial crisis.

List of banks in Iceland
 




The 2008–2012 Icelandic financial crisis is a major economic and political crisis in Iceland that involved the collapse of all three of the country's major commercial banks following their difficulties in refinancing their short-term debt and a run on deposits in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Relative to the size of its economy, Iceland’s banking collapse is the largest suffered by any country in economic history.[1]

In late September 2008, it was announced that the Glitnir bank would be nationalised. The following week, control of Landsbanki and Glitnir was handed over to receivers appointed by the Financial Supervisory Authority (FME). Soon after that, the same organization placed Iceland's largest bank, Kaupthing, into receivership as well. Commenting on the need for emergency measures, Prime Minister Geir Haarde said on 6 October, "There [was] a very real danger ... that the Icelandic economy, in the worst case, could be sucked with the banks into the whirlpool and the result could have been national bankruptcy."[2] He also stated that the actions taken by the government had ensured that the Icelandic state would not actually go bankrupt.[3] At the end of the second quarter 2008, Iceland's external debt was 9.553 trillion Icelandic krónur (€50 billion), more than 80% of which was held by the banking sector.[4] This value compares with Iceland's 2007 gross domestic product of 1.293 trillion krónur (€8.5 billion).[5] The assets of the three banks taken under the control of the FME totaled 14.437 trillion krónur at the end of the second quarter 2008.
2008–2012 Icelandic financial crisis
 



Kaupthing Bank (Icelandic: Kaupþing banki) was an international Icelandic bank, headquartered in Reykjavík, Iceland. It was formed by the merger of Kaupthing and Búnaðarbanki Íslands in 2003 and was the largest bank in Iceland.

Kaupthing Bank previously operated in thirteen countries; including all the Nordic countries, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. It is the seventh largest bank in the Nordic countries in terms of market capitalization.
Kaupthing Bank
 



If the Rothschilds are involved, it would be through stock ownership.

Most likely under any number of their financial institutions like funds etc.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 07:58 PM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
Why hasn't #Occupy pushed this ???


it's right up their alley.

and it's genuine for a change.



Occupy hasn't touched this because Icelanders tossed out their corrupt government and Occupy are anti-corporation, but pro government. They love Obama and Obama loves them because he wants to come across as one of the 99%, and as long as Occupy doesn't call him out on corruption, he will

This is good news for Iceland though, and I only wish we could do the same thing in this country. Throw out all the corrupt politicians, then get someone like Ron paul in there to amend the Constitution to keep corporations and banks from any political involvement, and repeal the Federal Reserve Act, as well as all the draconian laws enacted over the last 50 years.

I can't even imagine how much better off we'd be as a country.
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posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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Awesome.. repost this article everywhere.. people need to know this!



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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I don't think they'd want something like this in the M$M down here, but then again... I may just be expressing my hopes too much for the story to be true...


Good job Iceland!

Now it's our turn, America! Please!



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 08:54 PM
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Icelands economy does seem to be improving at a faster clip than alot of others. Letting the banks fail is what should have happened in the US aswell, i'm afraid bailing them out and actually making them bigger will lead to ruin in the end.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 09:19 PM
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And thank you Iceland, show us how its done.

Though I think America has a much bigger hurdle to jump, one that probably won't be jumped peacefully.
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posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 09:32 PM
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Originally posted by zarp3333
They know what's coming. They've tried everything to keep themselves above us so we cower in fear of their imaginary boogie men. God help the fools that wake up the sleeping giant known as the American electorate. Hell knows no fury such as the millions of inmates held in our prisons once they realize the entire system was designed to make sure they fail. From the gangster rap videos to the "working mothers" movement to the pornographic sludge at every convenience store to the US Department of Education. Fail Fail Fail.

Now it's their turn to face the jury.


Who is "They"?

Do you think people are smart enough to know who is screwing them? Maybe in a general sense they know, but specific people, I think not they won't know which way to turn.

Most of the rage will be turned on each other only making those, at the top laugh and exploit the chaos once again.

Just like in the movie the "Devil's Advocate"

John Milton: "Vanity, definitely my favorite sin."

We live in a material world and most people strive to accumulate material things, the Ego tells us to, so we sell ourselves into financial slavery.

What I respect about Iceland is that they are educated enough not to have destroyed each other in the process of rebuilding, but greed will slowly creep back into the new system.



posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 09:36 PM
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Originally posted by RSF77
And thank you Iceland, show us how its done.

Though I think America has a much bigger hurdle to jump, one that probably won't be jumped peacefully.


That's because the level of education and understanding is very low, where as Iceland most people have at least a 4 year University degree.

A smart educated population can solve problems like Iceland did, but in the USA the situation will be different.





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