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Iceland: Protesters Attack Hotel, Shutting Down Live Political Broadcast

REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — A nationally televised meeting between Iceland's prime minister and other political leaders was forced off the air Wednesday night when angry protesters disrupted the broadcast.



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to a location near you. Iceland and Detroit are the canaries in the mine shaft in terms of serious economic collapse but we are all just one or two events away from having the same situation in our own neighborhoods.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.



I'm impressed. What, no police or were they "chillin' out. Burrr

Oh, o.k.: on motorbikes of all things

"Then the protesters tried to get into the hotel,but police
stopped them,and later use gas to get them out.
Protesters where angry ,shouting " goverment out " and "

Translation please!

Out with Government and Fascists....ah....the sheeple are waking up!

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The bankers and bomb makers will be sure to keep this video off of their media in the United States. Powerful stuff.

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