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Pack Your bags And Move To Iceland

February 17, 2013

Iceland is a model of hope and freedom for all nations. The courageous population of 350,000 has freed itself from the international bankster stranglehold.

* The people "peacefully" jailed the guilty bankers, executives and politicians.

* They nationalized the banks

* They refused to pay debts owed to the corrupt financial institutions and allowed them to fail.

* They formed a public assembly and rewrote their constitution.

NOT TOO BIG TO JAIL

What would happen if the EU and USA citizens followed Iceland's example? Instead of reciting the mantra "too big to fail", how about reciting a new mantra for the likes of Goldman Sachs and the banksters - "Fail 'em and jail 'em"!

 

PEACEFUL REVOLUTION

In 2008, the main bank of Iceland was nationalized. The Krona currency of Iceland was devalued and the stock market crashed. Iceland was bankrupt.

The citizens protested in front of parliament and managed to get new elections that forced the resignation of the prime minister and his entire government. The economic situation was ugly.

"SCREW THE DEBT" REFERENDUM

A law was proposed that would make Iceland pay back the debt to Great Britain and Holland BANKSTERS through the payment of 3,500 million euros, to be paid by the people of Iceland monthly during the next 15 years, with a 5.5% interest.

In 2010, the people jammed the streets and demanded a referendum. In January, the President denied the approval of the law and announced a public meeting.
By March, the referendum vote was 93% in favor of denying the payment of debt. Meanwhile the government initiated an investigation and arrested the corrupt politicians, executives and bankers who were responsible for Iceland's economic crisis. Interpol dictated an order forcing all of the implicated parties to leave the country.

Out of the 522 candidates, an assembly of 25 citizens with no political affiliation was elected to rewrite a new Constitution. All that was needed to qualify was - to be an adult and have the support of 30 people. The constitutional assembly started in February of 2011 to present the ‘carta magna’ from the recommendations given by the different assemblies throughout the country. It had to be approved by the current Parliament and by the one constituted through the next legislative elections.

Following Iceland's bank failure, British chancellor of the exchequer, Alistair Darling, froze Iceland's assets. That's when the population voted to reject the concessions. Iceland endured a painful period after it's banking system collapsed but the nation has now rebounded and is well on the road to recovery.

JUSTICE IN AN UNJUST WORLD

Iceland's new constitution calls for a just society, an idea which seems to be at the core of OccupyWallStreet’s demands: “We, the people of Iceland, wish to create a just society with equal opportunities for everyone.” The process of developing and ratifying the constitution as well as its major provisions is an eye-opener.

A court ruled that Iceland was within its rights by refusing to repay billions of euro to the United Kingdom and Dutch governments. The decision was taken by the court of the European Free Trade Association (Efta), which ruled that Iceland had not broken depositor protection laws.

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