Urgent: Help Save Iceland (Greece/Portugal/US) from Crisis Capitalism
The IMF / WORLD BANK KILL COMMITTEE has a new target. Here’s the global financial master plan: Embezzlement & extreme private wealth > extortion & extreme public debt, ie, bailouts > total crisis and the destruction of a country > natural disasters, hunger, slavery, disease and totalitarian oppression. Sound familiar? Thanks, Milton Friedman.
Next on the agenda, Iceland. If they don’t cooperate, can we expect: Death squads? Accusations, defamation and slander? USAID, Endowment for Democracy, covert actions? Invasion, occupation? UN sanctions? School of the Americas? Blackwater?
Yesterday, Central and South America.
Day Before Yesterday, Africa.
Read all about it on the excellent blog, Snippets and Snappets. Article is from Alex Jones’ Infowars.
LISTEN UP FOLKS,
THIS IS ANOTHER LITTLE WELL HIDDEN CRISES
THAT COULD HAVE VERY VERY SERIOUS IMPLICATIONS
FOR ALL OF US AT THE RATE
OUR FINANCIAL SITUATIONS ARE HEADING.
January 15, 2010
Iceland may be the first Western democracy to be forced into South-American style debt-slavery. The IMF, in concert with the UK and the Netherlands, has
attempted to strongarm the recently impoverished Island of 317,000 into paying over 3.6 billion pounds ($6.3bn) ~ $86,000 per Icelandic family ~ at 5.5% interest for the next generation.
The money is not conventional government debt, but arises from the collapse of a private multi-national bank during the financial crisis.The issue is so serious that the entire nation will vote on
the issue towards the end of February 2010.
On December 30, 2009, after extraordinary diplomatic threats, Iceland’s parliament passed narrowly a bill agreeing to pay the onerous terms. Only a few months earlier parliament had agreed to the full amount, but under more reasonable conditions.
The people of Iceland must be internationally supported, so they can feel safe in voting down debt-slavery. If Iceland falls, it won’t be long before other countries suffer similar financial extortion.
There is a reason people hate it for what it does.
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