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Thursday, February 07, 2013

Herring hit. The banksters fire back at Iceland

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The banksters must still be reeling after some of their colleagues were arrested in 2008 and still going on now:

http://www.icenews.is/2011/01/20/more-icelandic-bankers-arrested/

Iceland and it's economy is growing while nearly every other country's economy is declining year by year.

You only have to read the first paragraph of this Wikipedia entry to realise that there has been dispute of Iceland's fishery industry with the Nazi-run EU:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accession_of_Iceland_to_the_European_Union

How to destroy a country and bring it to it's knees: destroy one of it's main exports. Ask any power-hungry globalist that.

More Icelandic bankers arrested

Iceland’s special prosecutor into the banking crisis has confirmed that raids have taken place today and that arrests have been made. The Central Bank of Iceland is among the institutions under investigation.
Special Prosecutor, Olafur Thor Hauksson told Visir.is that house searches are taking place in at least three places today as part of investigations into the central bank, MP Bank and Straumur Bank.
Stefan Johann Stefansson at the central bank confirmed that agents were in the building conducting searches; and it has also been confirmed that searches are underway at MP Bank and ALMC (formerly Straumur).
An ALMC spokesman said that the premises are indeed being searched and that the bank’s staff members are doing their best to help.
In other news, four people have so far been arrested today in connection with the special prosecutor’s investigation into Landsbanki.
One of the arrested parties is Jon Thorsteinn Oddleifsson, former Landsbanki treasury boss; and it is not yet known who the other three are.
According to Visir.is sources, the arrests concern a brand new section of the wider case against the bank and are not directly connected to searches and arrests made last week.

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34 Responses to “More Icelandic bankers arrested”

  1. They should move to the United States. Bankers here get away with just about everything.
  2. Kiki says:
    I LOVE those Icelanders! They aren’t suckers!
    Go Iceland 2011 Update
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqCIMVmwJFA
  3. In The U.S. arresting central bankers would be like putting the guys who write the laws in jail.
    How funny is it that most fail to understand central banks as private entities?
  4. Bless you Iceland! Thank You for not bowing down to central bank unlimited fiat currency. Do not adopt Export friendly banking. It surely will cause ponzi styled slavery to your money. “The only good money is new money” is a scam.
  5. anonymous says:
    So what is all the excitement for?
    Does anyone really think anything will happen to these people?
    They will probably use your stolen billions of Euros and Dollars to ward off any attempts by any institution to jail them or return the stolen money.
  6. Joe Bosco says:
    Large corporations don’t have to abide by the law. Way of the world
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dognamedblue said...

oh Anonymous how you make me chuckle :)