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Iceland Dismantles Corrupt Gov’t Then Arrests All Rothschild Bankers

Iceland Dismantles Corrupt Government Then Arrests All Rothschild Bankers

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 about it? - read more at link below

Iceland Dismantles Corrupt Gov’t Then Arrests All Rothschild Bankers

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direct from the source. We <3 Iceland! Greetings from Florida.

RP R3VOLution

Having rights to something.....

doesn't necessarily mean a welfare state. It could mean you can't be taxed and deprived of property in a manner that prevents you from pursuing those rights. It's freedom that matters.

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It's a country in learning mode. They are

still playing out the Socialist belief that corrupt private interests are the primary culprit and that a benign, noble, purely motivated centralized government can put it all to rights.

And in a little country such as Iceland they have a better shot at making it work to some degree than larger, less homogeneous countries. After all, not every country must seek a high economic standard of living. Some cultures may prefer lower expectations overall, with more level distribution of rewards. If they had the wisdom to allow their programs to be voluntary with no consequence opt out, they could shorten the learning curve a lot.

If one thinks that Iceland

If one thinks that Iceland wont be right back in the same position if not worse in about five years time, then they are seriously delusional.

Lets look at this for a moment: Currently Iceland is refusing to payback the money which was borrowed in Iceland's name and credit from the IMF; do you think this will have any negative ramifications when they get their currency back? Once they get their government and currency back on track, it will be seriously devalued due to a lack of faith and trust in the Icelandic government and people. This will cause imports to skyrocket, which will then in-turn force Iceland to start printing money because of them placing wants as rights within their new Constitution. They wouldn't be able to borrow money from others because who is going to trust that they will pay it back; if some group does lend them money it will be with seriously high interest, and to pay this back -if they so choose- they will print more money further devaluing their currency.

Every choice has a consequence and by not paying back the IMF and by inserting 'wants' as 'rights' into their new Constitution, they will see hyperinflation in about five years time.

Served cold from Iceland - You are completely wrong

"Currently Iceland is refusing to payback the money which was borrowed in Iceland's name and credit from the IMF"

This is completely untrue, Iceland has never refused repaying the IMF, in fact, the country is close to finishing repayment already.

It is the British and the Dutch Iceland refused to pay, namely the Icesave contract was refused in a national vote due to being extremely unfair towards Iceland.

If you believe Iceland is refusing to pay it's 'debts', you're making the same mistake many do and have fallen for British and Dutch propaganda, and yes, that is what it is, propaganda. Directly from BBC. That Iceland owes either country a penny has not yet been legally guaranteed, the matter is currently in court. The British and Dutch claims were complete repayment of accounts within Icesave, a British/Dutch business line operated by the 'Landsbankinn', a private Icelandic bank, which is far above what the Icelandic government is required legally to insure, if at all.

Iceland and the people of Iceland have no intentions of not paying our dues, however, we will not be manhandled into paying a ridiculous debt just because the Brits and the Dutch say so.

And since we're on that, if the British and Dutch would have acted sincerely and in a proper manner instead of economically attacking Iceland, freezing private Icelandic citizen owned business property in their countries and continually interrupting Icelandic government negotiations with the EU and IMF using their political influence, a payment above the legal requirement could have been discussed, but the British and Dutch have sealed any likelihood of that completely with their extremely hostile handling of the matter.

Hell the Brits even branded the entire nation as terrorists. How the hell would a larger nation, like Germany or the US answer that? They'd be on the verge of war.

With love,
an Icelandic citizen.

I disagree

with your observation. It's in the IMF's and Britain's best interest to get Iceland's economic situation back up again. Yeah, your scenario is certainly possible, but I don't think it's as likely as you make it out to be.

Also, the people of Iceland have vested interest in their economic situation. Sure farmers probably don't understand to much about economic policy, but they do have educated citizenry who can step up to evaluate the situation and steer a clear course.

Your premise is based on the idea that nobody will trade with them because of lack of trust. I don't believe Iceland is going to ignore the debt to the IMF/Britain in the long run. They may not agree to the terms of repayment now, but after this new "revolution" is over I'd be willing to bet that when faced with an economic situation you proposed they'll agree to some kind of mutually beneficial repayment plan and things will continue on for Iceland.

Also, maybe I missed it but I didn't specifically see in the article where they refuse to pay back Britain and the IMF. They didn't agree to the two proposed terms..but not a complete dismissal of intent to repay. Again, maybe I missed it.

I disagree with both of you.

I'd be more inclined to trust a country that doesn't participate in world bankster schemes and fiat money. I think that would give more credence to the soundness of their dollar in the future. If I lend someone $100, I take some responsibility for the success of that transaction. If that guy gets hit by a bus and can't pay it back, I don't tax his neighbors. Banks have to take their share of the loss for bad investments too. That's the other half of a sound business environment. What do you think?

Hopefully that will happen

Hopefully that will happen here....USA. Iceland citizens have more balls than American Gringos do.

Bump for a blueprint for liberty!

Bump for a blueprint for liberty! Congrats to our brothers and sisters in Iceland!

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Bump for Leif Ericcson Liberty!

Norfolk, VA

Norfolk, VA

Time to INVESTIGATE the investigators of 9/11. PROSECUTE the prosecutors. EXPOSE the cover-up.

Lead the way Iceland.

Why should citizens of Iceland have to be responsible for the debt of bankers and risk of investors? They should never accept the debt. Likewise Americans should not accept the debt of the Federal government. Pay for services and get services, yes; but pay debt and interest for waste and maintaining elite bureaucrats, ridiculous.

You really should

read their proposed Constitution. It's not liberty. It's socialism. I'm not completely educated on Karl Marx, but I believe what is happening in Iceland is pretty close to how he saw Society and their Governments "evolving" over time into an almost socialist system.


I bet you my shoe it wasn't the main dudes that got arrested...

fall for it if you must...


This is great news

may we be blessed with this kind of wisdom and tear down these strongholds of evil and corruption in our country.

Is this old News?



Bankers arrests is old news

See my post below.

The internet is flooded with the expected arrests, but these don't appear to be part of it. Happened in 2011.

Go Iceland-What a brave little Nation

Makes David v. Goliath appear a fair match in comparison.

Will the muscle(U.S) of the world Mafia soon trump up an excuse to save(INVADE) the Icelandic people from their quest for LIBERTY?

"You are a den of vipers and thieves."

I mean to rout you out!

-Just because you are among us, does not make you with us

-The door is wide open, anything can slither in

Fact check: Bankers arrested March 9, 2011

This story seemed to good to be true. Same source everywhere. The only info I found was that this story was originally published in 2011, so I went to the Iceland Review (their newspaper) for confirmation. This is what I found.

March 9, 2011: http://www.icelandreview.com/icelandreview/daily_news/Former...

"Sigurdur Einarsson, former chairman of the defunct Icelandic bank Kaupthing, was arrested in London at 5:30 this morning along with the bank’s biggest customer, Robert Tchenguiz, and five others in a joint operation by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and the Office of the Special Prosecutor in Iceland."

March 10, 2011: http://www.icelandreview.com/icelandreview/daily_news/Tycoon...
Tycoons and Bankers Released after Questioning

March 11, 2011: http://www.icelandreview.com/icelandreview/search/news/Defau...

"All nine individuals who were arrested in Iceland and London yesterday in a joint operation by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and Iceland’s Special Prosecutor in relation to their investigation of the affairs of the defunct Icelandic bank Kaupthing were released after questioning last night. Special Prosecutor Ólafur Thór Hauksson told RÚV’s radio program Morgunútvarpid that investigators decided not to demand custody over these people and therefore they were released, ruv.is reports.

He added questioning will continue today but wouldn’t say whether the same people would be questioned as yesterday.

Hauksson assured listeners that all of his office’s investigations would continue to be worked on effectively—in addition to the Kaupthing investigation, affairs connected with Landsbanki were in the spotlight earlier this year and of Glitnir Bank at the end of 2010.

The schedule is for these investigations to be completed by the end of 2014 and that schedule will stand, he stated.

Among those arrested were former chairman of Kaupthing Sigurdur Einarsson, former director of Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander Ármann Thorvaldsson and the British businessmen and brothers Robert and Vincent Tchenguiz."

The Icelandic Modern Media Initiative had an interesting start up according to the same paper. http://www.icelandreview.com/icelandreview/search/news/Defau...

Has to do with Wikileaks and Liz Cheney! Wikileaks exposed the loan books from Kaupthing. Here is the document. http://mirror.wikileaks.info/leak/kaupthing-claims.pdf

It all sounds very interesting, but I think this story is only partially true and somewhat old. It was first posted in 2011, and was somehow revived?

Good point. The article I quoted in the OTHER post on this...

was June 14, 2012. Seems as though some of the alternative websites are deliberately posting disinformation (big surprise). HOWEVER, this Reuters article is from June 14, 2012.


So, there is DEFINITELY some current news regarding banker arrests.

What do people think of WikiLeaks

It was news to me so I posted it. If we are too strict about expiry dates on events, we may have to discard Ron Paul outtakes from four months ago, let alone all sorts of outtakes from his brilliant career stretching 30 years. That being said, thanks for extra links for background to this story.

What do people think of WikiLeaks. I have heard lots of good and bad, (no doubt the bad would be from detractors and should be reviewed, if only to confirm as lies and slander.

Not sure how much store I put by Webster Tarpley's information anymore, however he does claim that Julian is MK-Ultra from childhood. He also says WikiLeaks is controlled opposition based on Julian's stated distaste from Truth Movement and other grassroots organizations.

My own suspicious are aroused because despite supposed damming information being leaked, Julian is alive and holed up in England...(Tarpley claims it's an estate owned by Rothschild or affiliates). Furthermore, Julian has his own TV show and is rather prominent figure of late what with his photo on TIMES magazine. Hardly something I would expect from someone who is seriously challenging the powers that be.

Looking forward to the intel from the commons...

It is a good story

and I thank you for posting it. It's just that it sounded like breaking news when it stated that 9 people had been arrested "last week"

If no date is given for an article I think most people assume it is current.

Anyways, all's well that ends well and I thank you again. The fact that you took the effort to share this info encouraged others to research and gather more facts and further clarify the victory in Iceland.


I think hearing of ANYONE getting arrested

no matter how long ago, is braking news. :) When in the world has that ever happened? We always need an example to follow, as RP says again and again, so we should look to Iceland for that example.

This is a global initiative that is being put in motion and has to deal with each nations respective legal system to get it going. We're lucky to be in a nation where people going after the banksters don't get ignored or assassinated....YET!

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin



The slogan press on has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race. No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward for what he gave.

- Calvin Coolidge

Part of a Bigger Movement?

I'm open-minded and give audience to any number of stories I read about online. Like some others I've been following this "mass arrest" story for a while now with my fingers crossed. When I see something like this I want to believe it's part of a bigger movement that will be seen in the US where we drive out the corruption (like what Andrew Jackson did long ago).
But there's also the "rational" side of me that says it could just be a coincidence. Either way it's awesome news if it's true and I hope Iceland will become a beacon of freedom that other countries can look to as an example on how to break any bonds of financial slavery.

Is this real?

It's almost hard to believe this could happen. Sounds nice though.

I hope the green party people who are partially involved in the take over don't try to put some sort of agenda 21 stuff in the new constitution though.

Make no mistake

This is a wonderful beginning. I'm just a bit concerned that it might have been too easy. The banking elite is a many headed Hydra and until every head is removed no one is safe.

There are no politicians or bankers in foxholes.

Where are they now?

The article says, "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 masse." Wonder which countries are giving them safe haven.

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

hopefully we quickly follow suit

That would be the happiest day of my life

Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety
-Benjamin Franklin



Looks like I found where I'm moving.

This won't happen in the US until it's too late. I've been looking for some place to escape to.