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 Síđan 14 jan. hafa 955 heimsborgarar, skrifađ á bćnaskjal fyrir okkur Íslendinga,


# 955:
5:22 am PST, Jan 16, Kevin Rogers, California


4:36 am PST, Jan 16, Peter P.S. Van Dijk, Netherlands
Why would the people & governments of the Netherlands and Great-Britain care for people that selfishly went abroad for the last tenth procent of interest, leaving their own country financially behind? They took the risk, now let them be responsible for it themselves! Don't dump your reckless failure on the people of your native country, you selfishly left behind earlier, or dump it on the innocent people of Iceland! If the people of Iceland are not responsible for the private banking business, how can they rightfully be forced to be financially punished and ruined, in essences becoming slaves to the New World Order? I WISH THE PEOPLE OF ICELAND YOU ALL THE STRENGTH IN THESE TESTING TIMES. May the Creator and his honest people stand on your side, the side of Truth. Only the Truth will set you and us free.


3:51 am PST, Jan 16, Jan Dominic Bolus, Philippines
People of Iceland, please continue the fight against debt-ensalvement. Your government officials do not have the right to use your money for paying the huge debt of the private bank. You are the ones that should be deciding and not those officials. If you would triumph against this fight for freedom, you will be a great inspiration to the lovers of liberty all throughout the world. Our support for your cause will always be with you. Stand firm and continue the fight for your liberty!
We signed the "Save the People of Iceland - the Official Petition" petition! Ţingmenn vaktir upp
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Neyđarkall til ţjóđa heimsins!

15.januar 2010

Neyđarkall til ţjóđa heimsins!

Save the People of Iceland: the Official Petition


 blis a bessastöđum

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.

A Call to the People of the World to Support Iceland Against Financial Blackmail

Editor’s note: Birgitta Jónsdóttir is the leader of The Movement, a group within the Icelandic Parliament which has emerged from the mass struggle of Icelanders against the financial blackmail brought to bear against their country by the governments in London and The Hague, with the backing of the IMF, in the wake of the insolvency of three large Icelandic banks in the midst of the Lehman Brothers-AIG world financial panic of September-October2008. Birgitta Jonsdottir is a courageous leader in the fight for national sovereignty, independence, dignity, and the economic well-being and future of her country.
birgitta Jonsdottir
Birgitta Jónsdóttir is the leader of The Movement, a group within the Icelandic Parliament which has emerged from the mass struggle of Icelanders against the financial blackmail. 

January 5, 2010 is a historical day for Icelanders. The Icelandic President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson had a tough decision to make, and difficult choices to make. To listen to the 23% of the nation that signed a petition calling on him to put the state guarantee for 5.4 billion dollars to be paid to the British and Dutch governments to a national referendum. Or to ignore the nation and sign the bill for the government, after the bill had been passed through the parliament with a narrow vote on December 30, 2009 after months of acrimonious debate, tainted with secrecy and dishonesty on the part of the government. Every day throughout the debate, new information would emerge and documents would leak to local media or wikileaks. Yesterday, the people of Iceland finally had a chance to have something to say about their fate, because if the state guarantee is accepted it will mean that Iceland will become like a third world country, spending its GDP largely on paying interest on foreign debt. Last summer, a bill for a state guarantee was passed that had a significant meaning not only for Iceland, but also for other nations around the world facing the same problems of private debt being forced on taxpayers. The bill included a reasonable and fair way of handling the interest and the debt: Icelanders would pay, but only a certain percentage of their GDP, and if there were to be another financial black hole, they would not pay during that time. Thus it comes as no surprise that the Dutch and British governments reacted so swiftly with a condemnation of Iceland’s citizens for having the audacity to think they have the right to exercise their democratic rights in deciding for themselves what is in the best economic interests of their nation.     





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Undirskrifta síđa ALEX JONES  -

Neyđarblys á Bessastöđum

InDefence of ICESLAVES


Hvađ er nú tungan? - Ćtli enginn
orđin tóm séu lífsins forđi. -
Hún er list, sem logar af hreysti,
lifandi sál í greyptu stáli,
andans form í mjúkum myndum,
minnissaga farinna daga,
flaumar lífs, í farveg komnir
fleygrar aldar, er striki halda.

Tungan geymir í tímans straumi
trú og vonir landsins sona,
dauđastunur og dýpstu raunir,
darrađarljóđ frá elztu ţjóđum.
Heiftareim og ástarbríma,
örlagahljóm og refsidóma,
land og stund í lifandi myndum
ljóđi vígđum - geymir í sjóđi.

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1835 - 1920 Fundi lokiđ á Bessastöđum
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