Iceland’s Amazing Peaceful Revolution – Still Not in the News (backstory)

Iceland’s peaceful revolution is a stunning example of how little our media tells us about the rest of the world.
Read details about Iceland’s wonderful social evolution at DailyKos, here.
Another great article is  on
An article at WakeUpWorld says that “The Icelandic economy will outgrow the eurozone in 2012 and is set to outgrow the entire developed world on average, according to estimates from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Watch the video:
How to Start a Revolution – Learn From Iceland!

Now Iceland is proceeding to actually prosecute some of their formerly most powerful bankers and the Icelandic special prosecutor has stated that it very well may indict some 90 people.

Meanwhile, over 200 people, including the former chief executives of Iceland’s three biggest banks, face criminal charges for their activities.

The  following summation has been posted by countless people on Facebook; I’ve reposted it in its entirety:
ICELAND (GP) – No news from Iceland? Why? Last we heard, people were rising up and overthrowing the bankers. Then, no news on the television or newspapers for two years. What happened? Why won’t the papers and TV tell us how the bankers successfully crushed or minimized another rebellion? Because… THEY DIDN’T! This time, the people won.

The people of Iceland have overwhelmingly risen up and forced their government puppets of the banks to resign. Primary banks have been nationalized. The debt scam imposed by Great Britain and Holland money printers was declared null and void. A public assembly has been created to rewrite Iceland’s constitution.

The best part is, all of this happened without violence or bloodshed. A whole country’s revolution succeeded against powers that created the current global crisis without a shot being fired. A very good reason exists for the apparent failure of television and newspapers to provide any publicity on this unprecedented event: what would happen if the rest of the EU and the United States took this as an example?

The following is a summary of the facts:

2008 – The main bank of Iceland is nationalized.
The Krona, the currency of Iceland devaluates and the stock market halts. The country is in bankruptcy

2008 – Citizens rise up at Parliament and succeed in forcing the resignation of both the prime minister and the effective government. New elections are held.
Yet, the country remains in a bad economic situation. A Parliament act is passed to pay back 3,500 million Euros to Great Britain and Holland by the people of Iceland monthly during the next 15 years, with 5.5% interest.

2010 – The people of Iceland again take to the streets to demand a referendum. In January of 2010, the President of Iceland denies approval, instead announcing a popular vote on the matter by the people.
In March, a referendum and denial of payment is approved by popular vote of 93%. Meanwhile, government officials initiate an investigation to bring to justice those responsible for the crisis. Many high level executives and bankers are arrested. Interpol dictates an order to force all implicated parties to leave Iceland.

An assembly is elected to write a new constitution (based on the Denmark’s) to avoid entrapments of debt based currency foreign loans. 25 citizens are chosen — with no political affiliation — out of the 522 candidates. The only qualifications for candidacy are adulthood and the support of 30 people. The constitutional assembly started in February of 2011. It continues to present ‘carta magna’ from recommendations provided by various assemblies throughout the country. Ultimately, it must be approved by both the current Parliament and the one created through the next legislative election.

In summary of the Icelandic revolution, we saw:
-resignation of the entire corrupt government of the country
-nationalization of the bank
-referendum enabling the people to determine their own economic system
-incarceration of responsible parties, and
-a rewriting of the Iceland Constitution by its people

This is significant stuff.
Have we been informed about this through the main stream media?
Has any political program on radio or TV commented on this?

Not that I’ve seen. The Icelandic people have demonstrated a way to beat the international money printers and controllers of information. The last thing entrenched usurers would want is for you to think you could also free yourself from their chains.


The above article is a reprint.

UPDATE: Cenk Uyger has posted a good video on Iceland’s peaceful revolution at

UPDATE:  Ex-Bank executives go to jail – In deciding the punishment” the Supreme Court took account of the fact that the “magnitude of the offences was significant,” according to the ruling posted on the Reykjavik- based court’s website.

Iceland court sentences bankers





119 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. John Suntiger
    May 15, 2012 @ 19:56:12

    Wow a country that is addressing the roots of the problem!


    • BIlly
      Nov 07, 2012 @ 12:47:18

      Not exactly. The bankers are only the faces of the banking system. Hence the system still remains. New bankers are awaiting in the wings I assure you.
      Reserach A fella named MIke Montagne for a look at banking you probably have never been aware of. Peace.


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  3. Just a dirty cog
    May 15, 2012 @ 23:51:48

    Ok yay Iceland. Share your ideals and methodologies, don’t pat your back for being ahead of the curve yet.


    • Jack
      Aug 27, 2014 @ 11:53:33

      They can certainly pat themselves on the back now! All power to the people who have self determination. We would do well to follow their lead!


  4. ozzymandias33
    May 16, 2012 @ 12:32:23

    Great post.


  5. Aangirfan
    May 16, 2012 @ 14:40:52

    Very good.

    – Aangirfan


  6. david dienes
    May 16, 2012 @ 19:23:22

    the only problem is that iceland has a population count of 300000, the same thing wouldn’t wrk on higher populations that quickly and well


    • Jean
      May 17, 2012 @ 23:19:42

      Until we try,we’ll never know. It will have to start with a State Banking system as is
      used in North Dakota. More of those Norsemen. They are very smart and all we
      have to do is educate the people, not all, but many.


      • Gary Aronsson
        May 20, 2012 @ 17:21:04

        The primary problem facing the world is that our “governments” are actually nothing but the glove puppets of the bankers, anyone doubting this only has to look at who provides the funding for BOTH Presidential candidates ,the BIGGEST banks on earth and they have the SAME major directors and shareholders!!!!! The system can not be changed via the ballot box as they will simply buy the election with negative publicity about those who may oppose them. The only way to re-establish freedom is with 6ft of rope and an angry mob,this has been used in the past to remarkable success and we should not ignore the lessons of history.

        Aug 29, 2012 @ 17:03:33


    • Living out of Eden
      May 18, 2012 @ 22:08:25

      Why not?


    • Jonathan
      Nov 29, 2012 @ 15:27:09

      Yeah. I agree with this. I also think the Icelandic people are more intelligent, relative to the population of other nations .


      • Shaw
        Jan 30, 2014 @ 01:24:24

        Intelligence is relative to the nature of the issue at hand. Case in point is our public school system. When I went through high school I was learning math and english that middle schoolers are learning now. While if your referring to common sense or political intelligence then maybe you have some kind of point. But neither are quantifiable or really comparable

  7. Fats farm
    May 16, 2012 @ 20:23:47

    Power to the people. This can only happen
    in a country where people have the same mindset. Most western countries are too divided to stand strong as one to oppose
    the tyrant. The immigration laws allowed the government to dived ethnic fabric of our countries making it impossible to unite people under the same banner to fight evil.
    Sooner or later the change will come
    when people are angry, but not yet .


  8. whatwouldgrandmastegerdo
    May 17, 2012 @ 03:11:10

    Fats farm – Yep! Americans can’t be angry – they’re not even aware that evil exists. They’re too busy watching TV. Most have no idea what’s going on. East central Illinois was hit hard with chemtrails today. You think anyone noticed? I approached a few people to inform them, but they’re too hurried to get home to watch “Dancing!” Good Lord, save us all.


  9. Michael Wm. Delay
    May 17, 2012 @ 06:56:17

    Great Work Iceland, You figured out the big scam and have taken back your country and your freedoms. I support you all 100%. Many in the USA are waking up. I hope one day we can join your ranks.


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  11. Gary Aronsson
    May 17, 2012 @ 12:00:27

    The people of Iceland are totally independent of the world and do not HAVE to trade with anyone because they have abundant FREE electricity from the superheated steam from the many volcanoes. They grow huge quantities of fruit and vegetables inside mile after mile of heated polytunnel,they have massive fishing grounds that have not been plundered by the Spanish and only half the population of LIVERPOOL! And the population of Iceland is the most literate in the world with 10% of the population being a published author and they also have the worlds highest per capita of Nobel Prize winners which means that these people are both smart and totally self sufficient as well as ethnically almost 100% pure Viking stock so they can well afford to tell the banks to go and get stuffed,which they have done!


    • Tony Kenny
      May 18, 2012 @ 09:01:21


      DNA is a wonderful thing, and recent studies have shown that as a colony Iceland was a slavocracy. Around 20% of the father-son lines and 60% of the mother-daughter line is of the people of the Atlantic seaboard or native britons of what is now Ireland, Scotland, probably western England and Wales.


    • David Greenald
      Jul 19, 2012 @ 22:56:15

      great comment Gary 🙂


    • Jahson
      May 21, 2013 @ 23:36:06

      That all sounds great until you mention the Nobel prize. Obama received this and he has continued massive wars, authorized the end of individual rights, signed the NDAA act allowing for prison without charges indefinitely. No thanks. Next they wil put Bush on the cover of time magazine just like they did Hitler. Oh wait they already did. Evil runs this world and props up its allies!


      • Kenneth Strang
        May 22, 2013 @ 07:00:44

        Jahson, you’ve got it all wrong brother. Iceland has nothing to do with the Nobel organisation, Sweden is the home of the Nobel Prizes except the Peace Prize which is awarded by Norway. I do agree with you as regards Obama, he is probably the biggest disappointment of the century, he is an excellent fence-sitter and con artist. As for the Icelandics, they are my modern super heroes!

  12. NobodysaysBOO!
    May 17, 2012 @ 12:53:42

    SKIP that trip to the HOLY LAND and visit a REAL DEMOCRACY this year GO TAKE a LESSON in FREEDOM in ICELAND!


  13. Some User
    May 17, 2012 @ 14:35:07

    Here! Here! Michael Wm. Delay wrote: “Great Work Iceland, You figured out the big scam and have taken back your country and your freedoms. I support you all 100%. Many in the USA are waking up. I hope one day we can join your ranks.”


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  20. Ken McMurtrie
    May 19, 2012 @ 02:32:04

    Reblogged this on The GOLDEN RULE and commented:
    Here’s a glimpse of light at the end of the tunnel. Greece, take notice! All countries take notice. It might be too hard, BUT it is certainly exactly what is needed to combat the world domination schemes. Exactly what is needed to free the people from control and oppression. [H/T to TIP]


  21. humanbee
    May 19, 2012 @ 18:30:03

    Maybe large countries are not such a good idea.

    A pattern language by christopher alexander shows an alternative.


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  24. Slick
    May 22, 2012 @ 11:49:37

    I take it you don’t follow the news in the UK then? There was an extended piec on this at the end of last week on Radio 4’s World at One. The reason it’s not in the red tops is two fold, firstly there’s no bloodshed, but plenty elswhere and secondly, it isn’t reflective of the rest of the world.

    If the Icelanders are so smart, why did they let it all happen? Easy to blame a ‘government’, but voter apathy is the real root cause. When all appears to be going well noone bothers to ask questions. Tell me I’m smart after the fact, but I warned all of my clients away from Iceland years before their bubble burst.

    And when the bubble did burst, why did the UK and Holland bale out their own savers? They had no right to do that and even less right to demand the money back from Iceland. High interest rates were the reward for high risk and when the gamble was lost, why should I as a UK tax-payer or any Icelandic tax-payer cover the loss?


  25. SAiL
    May 24, 2012 @ 19:53:20

    Russia supports it. Good luck!


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  31. John
    Jun 24, 2012 @ 00:09:03

    This is an EXTREMELY idealized image of what happened in Iceland. It has ironed out many of the subtle (and negative) events that transcended during the politico-economic crisis that hit the country. So much so that I can hardly figure out where to start!

    For example, the most corrupt politician, former Prime Minister David Oddsson (aka “Little Hitler”), who originally sold the national banks to his cronies back in the 1990s was the Director of the Central Bank when the crisis hit — did not resign from that post, NEVER admitted any wrong-doing, and moved on from the gov’t to take over the reins of the largest national newspaper in the country, and is busy re-writing the history. He was never pressed by the ‘population’ or ‘revolution’ to reveal the inside story, never taken to court. No one has ‘revealed’ the story of how it was that with wide and naive public support he was able to do all kinds of stuff when in power! The Icelanders always behaved in a very sheep-like and uncritical way towards trendiness, and loved their material goods which they consumed with more fury than Amurikans.

    The UN should also be included in the critique — as they always listed Iceland as one of the least corrupt countries in the world — where actually corruption was rampant (oh, how can this happen in a modern Nordic country!?), and nepotism was and is still a basic rule of the game. Not surprising for a country of just over 300K people. Every one knows everyone else. There were/are many factors that your story does not catch and it is clearly not informed by any insiders…

    I could go on (I lived there for the 90s and go back frequently). For some history you can explore the blog and also


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  35. palestinianfieldnegro
    Jul 21, 2012 @ 17:59:26

    Brilliant! Thank you for writing this blog, we wouldn’t have known about it otherwise!


  36. Mike Regan
    Jul 25, 2012 @ 14:56:38

    Not mentioned is that Iceland has defied the international banking system, and is now doing quite well, economically.
    There was a moment when the bankers threatened that their move to nationalize their banks would destroy chances for loans or investments. Quite the contrary, investors were underwhelmed, and money continues to flow.


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  40. Jeremy
    Aug 24, 2012 @ 17:23:09

    Reblogged this on Kind Avenue and commented:
    Excellent thoughts on Iceland.


  41. PETER Plumley
    Aug 25, 2012 @ 01:15:30

    I’m impressed, I have to admit. Rarely do I come across a blog that’s equally educative and amusing, and let me tell you, you have hit the nail on the head. The issue is something that not enough men and women are speaking intelligently about. I am very happy that I came across this during my search for something regarding this.
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  43. jurikonradi
    Sep 03, 2012 @ 11:29:34

    Proud of you!


  44. Ianthehacker
    Sep 13, 2012 @ 11:55:04

    Unquestionably agree! You have addressed so many angles and I appreciate the blend between the spiritual/social concerns and politics. (and by spiritual, I do NOT mean religious). I know some people don’t like to blend the two subjects, and in my opinion it weakens both politics and spirituality to keep them separate. The political is personal.

    I definitely get annoyed at the people who don’t take the time to consider or research, or simply repeat talking-points without thought, insight or research. You’ve hit the nail on the head. Thank you!


  45. Nancy Madore
    Oct 07, 2012 @ 19:39:57

    Thank you for the article. It is sad but true that the best news is on the NET!!!


  46. Kerstin Kristiansen
    Oct 12, 2012 @ 03:33:30

    I need to link this, I’m Swedish and beyond fed up trying to explain the concept of SOCIAL DEMOCRACY to all my American friends. I need a quick FB button to hook this up on my page.


  47. Fred
    Oct 12, 2012 @ 09:32:59

    Still a lot of work to be done here in Iceland. Hopefully we will be able to let most of the banskters face the consequences of their action.


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  49. Lucius Svartwulf
    Oct 13, 2012 @ 12:29:24

    Reblogged this on A Heathen's Path.


  50. Slade
    Oct 17, 2012 @ 12:56:46

    This is the stuff I am talking about on my blog….Awsome!


  51. Brad
    Oct 18, 2012 @ 00:29:50

    actually we did something similar here in the 60’s, but because of the campaign against drugs in our country, we were painted as lunatics


    • john
      Oct 25, 2012 @ 06:07:11

      Indeed! Change the world with LOVE,that scared them,but they scared us painted maniacs as well,fear the most powerful of their tools.


  52. MIB
    Oct 19, 2012 @ 06:40:40

    What is reality? Perspective. Predudice. Truth. Fact.Life experience. All come to mind here.Nonetheless both thought provoking and amusing. The sort of conversation I tend to have after a few too many…….:0)


  53. Ginger
    Oct 20, 2012 @ 07:02:33

    always attracted to anything good and beautiful.
    People can be real force when they unite and use sophistication, wisdom & intelligence, how refreshing.


  54. SOL
    Oct 28, 2012 @ 13:57:11

    Kudos to the Icelandic people for coming together – this is Precisely how a society should operate. Whilst here in N.amerika, I’m beginning to think people actually enjoy not knowing what is actually happening in this world – going through their self-centred, all-important, petty little lives with blinders (tvs) on. Ignorance is bliss..

    The fact that Iceland’s independence from this all-prevailing capatalistic corruption has not been reported in the Least by our (Canada’s) seemingly/falsely unbiased media is absolutely ALARMING to me. It is now obvious that most people truly believe the consistent / insistent propaganda that is flashed to them minute-by-minute. Lies upon lies; lying about lying! This treason is what the people YOU are voting for are selling the rest of us. This makes me ill, and I really want no part of it. As a result, I know exactly where I’m going to live next..


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  56. Electric bike sales Northumberland
    Nov 07, 2012 @ 08:13:22

    There is definately a great deal to know about this issue.
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  57. Anon
    Nov 10, 2012 @ 00:46:41

    It also makes me sad that people like the Icelandics who have achieved something great are a minority in this world. I would love to live in Iceland. Although as days pass by I see more protests and rallies against corrupt governments so I still have hope that the world will slowly change 🙂


  58. Matt Grimsey
    Nov 19, 2012 @ 11:44:30

    Speaking the UK, the idea that there are no losers in the Icelandic revolution other than the bankers is seriously naive. The world doesn’t work that way.

    I’m impressed by a lot of things the Icelandics have done but let’s face it, the sequence of events goes like this:

    British councils give Iceland money, therefore they owe us money.
    Icelandic revolutionaries take the liberty of cancelling the debt.
    British councils have to cut services
    British people become the losers of the Icelandic revolution.

    I honestly have no idea how you can truly cancel debt as opposed to passing the buck elsewhere. Companies and other organisations budget on the assumption that debt will be collected. If debt is not collected the company/organisation suffers and ultimately people suffer through loss of jobs and/or loss of services. .


    • Gary Aronsson
      Jan 13, 2013 @ 11:39:51

      It was NOT the ordinary Icelander who took our money and they didn’t lose it! It is NOT the fault of the man on the street and so WHY should he be made to pay back what he has never had? British Councils put our money into high interest accounts in Iceland but never seemed to understand that HIGH INTEREST is a reward for accepting HIGH RISK! Basically our Councils gambled with our money and lost it, it is THEY who should pay us back!


  59. Sher
    Nov 22, 2012 @ 01:57:10

    My transgendered daughter wants to move to Iceland . If there is a way, I say yes!


  60. mapu
    Nov 27, 2012 @ 12:53:03

    Well, this is the same that it was done in latin america, by Venezuela and Argentina. But because they are richer country the banks turned the world against them because they do not want big economies countries to follow. Glad Iceland did, hope more to follow.


  61. Keith Emery
    Nov 29, 2012 @ 06:22:09

    way to go Iceland good luck and God speed.OK America lets do what needs to be done.


  62. Kenneth Strang
    Nov 29, 2012 @ 11:03:22

    To Matt Grimsey I say this. ‘You are a typical Pom. You and yours have colonized and raped the world. Today you live on the riches of your ancestors’ evil deeds. The people of Iceland do not want to be another English colony and refuse to accept the ridiculous terms and conditions of the loans which are the One Percenters’ way of enslaving a nation. If England wants their money back they should collect it from the corrupt parasites from both sides that negotiated the deal. Personally I think you’re upset because YOU are not getting the services YOU want. Oh so selfish of you!” The PEOPLE have spoken this time.


    • william kruhmin
      Dec 08, 2012 @ 22:15:25

      WELL SAID Mr.Strang. MG seems to b seriously shortsighted. Maybe he needs to help revolutionize his own country so when negotiations r done they r of a higher integrity for the good of his countrys citizenry rather than the Q&K’s own.


      • william kruhmin
        Dec 08, 2012 @ 22:42:56

        Having said that, I went back & read more posts.Seeing Johns,I have a bit more expanded view of things. Seems,unfortunately, I will have to maintain my cynical mind somewhat. Fairly easy to do when I come from such a shortminded & apathetic country as the USA. “Won’t Get Fooled Again”? But @ least some major conscious actions happened and for this, that mindset has developed a crack.”There is a crack in everything,that’s how the light gets in”.Leonard Cohen.

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  64. Kenneth Strang
    Dec 10, 2012 @ 14:28:03

    William, the world is changing and that change is gathering momentum and those that will not admit that will, in the end, be left behind, lonely and bitter!
    Like a bird on a wire, like a drunk in some midnight choir, I will try, in my way, TO BE FREE! Leonard, again.


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  76. Tinfoil Hat
    Jan 04, 2013 @ 18:09:36

    This could never happen in the United States simply becasue the vast vast vast majority of people still have their heads planted firmly in the giant gaping ass of the two party sytem. Something like this would require that everyone work together and the US is far to splintered into groups of bible beating gun nuts and tree hugging draft dogers and they would never never ever come together even for a good cause. God I hate redenecks and hippies.


  77. painanxiety
    Jan 12, 2013 @ 19:22:10

    Reblogged this on painanxiety and commented:
    And this isn’t in the main stream news because?


    • Gary Aronsson
      Jan 12, 2013 @ 23:59:59

      Presumably because the ruling elite who control our media are terrorfied that we might realize that we could,and SHOULD,do the same thing HERE! If anyone can give a reasonable explannation as to WHY the POOREST should be made to pay off the “losses” of the RICHEST I would be very interested to hear it,I could do with a laugh!


  78. Arthur Wayne
    Jan 26, 2013 @ 09:17:16

    found your page through an Idle No More fb post love the comments but thought you might like a bit of insight as to banking motive and method. Cant authenticate its origins but it would sound like most “developed” (lol) countries. Have a read and tell me its not the country you live in!


  79. Jack Black
    Jan 30, 2013 @ 13:46:09

    The time will come I think. The relatively small population of Iceland just made it happen faster there. The people have Iceland have made a nonsense of the often asserted idea that it’s either the repeated boom-bust of a capitalist plutocracy or a soviet-style tyranny and have demanded and won REAL democracy. It’s a real inspiration. It’s early days, but they must succeed. A better world is possible.


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    Apr 12, 2013 @ 10:20:39

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  85. Rev. Green
    Aug 15, 2013 @ 17:52:18

    Fantastic piece, I hope we in the UK can figure out how to do this as well


  86. Cameron
    Aug 21, 2013 @ 09:40:38

    Well said Gary Aronsson!!!!! Need new zealand Australia and England to follow suit! ! NEW ZEALANDS FUCKED but people don’t care, same as someone else said”too busy in a rush to get home n watch tv” our national front is slowly getting there but sick of the painful wait! !! NEED ALL KIWIS TO WAKE UP, , UNITE, AND FRONT UP TO PARLIAMENT!


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  88. adeline
    Jan 17, 2014 @ 07:56:19

    It’s really a nice and helpful piece on Iceland. I’ve been looking for more information on what is happening in Iceland, and couldn’t find much in the mainstream news. Thank god for google and blogs like this. Thank you for posting!


  89. Rolands
    Feb 20, 2014 @ 19:26:05

    Good job people. I am happy for you. Gratz from Latvia.


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  95. Rodger King
    Oct 14, 2015 @ 13:40:29

    Its now October 2015, what news from Iceland? Here in Australia we need to do the same thing.


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  97. Dr Steven Bauer
    Feb 09, 2016 @ 14:09:55

    I have the deepest respect for the people of this great nation. May they have prosperity and truth beyond their wildest imaginations !


  98. Jan Frederiksen
    Apr 05, 2016 @ 08:57:55

    It seems that history repeats itself. I thought the icelandic people were more awake than the rest of the World but now, once Again the Whole top og their government has been caught redhanded in corruption. What happened?

    That being said it serves the icelandic people credit when we once Again see them filling the streets in huge protest. That has to scare the hell out of the corrupt politicians as they know what might happen to them 😉

    I just wish the Danish people were as brave and awake as the icelandic people.


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