Iceland is a nice microcosm, particularly since it dabbled in the globalists’ playground and learnt how to be nationally self-destructive. It’s no different to us but where we can’t see the forest for the trees, in Iceland, it is staring everyone in the face:
Iceland has all but given up on agreeing a new deal with the UK and the Netherlands to repay more than 3.8bn euros ($5.2bn; £3.4bn) of debt. It had hoped to avoid a referendum on the issue by agreeing a repayment plan before the weekend, but the vote is likely to go ahead on Saturday.
Opinion polls suggest Icelandic voters will reject a plan agreed last year. A no vote could jeopardise billions of dollars of loans from the International Monetary Fund and other countries.
“The referendum is going to go ahead,” said Iceland’s Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson. “We have been trying to resolve the matter in another fashion but time has run out.” However, he did say that the referendum could, technically, be cancelled at any point up to Friday night.
In there is a perfect example of the scenario – politicians pandering to the people in order to get elected as populists and then, in power, they join “the club” which sees the larger global picture, they commit their people to generations of penury and use referenda only if they can get a guaranteed result to reinforce their policies.
In Iceland, unlike in the UK, the people demand their say – after all, they have the oldest parliamentary tradition in the world – and they’re not fooled by the official explanations. They actually do something about their conditions and engage in the process to achieve that.
Yes, they wanted to get on board with western consumerism – the whitegoods and really fine things were dangled in front of their eyes and like greedy children, they all said, “I want them, I want them, Nanny.” They had no concept that, in real terms, you have whatever is the result of what you produce and thus the credit bandwagon rolled into Reykjavik.
Now the whole thing has imploded, they are saying, “No, I’m not paying back my debts. They weren’t my debts, they were laid on us by the politicians.” And what are the pollies terrified of? Yep, that the IMF will not give them the bailout money.
The IMF – benefactors of the global economy. By the way – did you notice the way the Bruderheist today has told Greece they should sell off their islands? That’s beautiful – fund impossible schemes, the schemes implode and then they’re told to give away their sovereignty in perpetuity.
And the funniest joke of all is that no one seems to see how it was done, as in a magician’s trick. There is something evil in the way the professional global usurers [the Venetians] lure naive people, like holding candy in front of a baby but without explaining the dangers and then, when it all implodes, they strip the people of their birthright. It was done by Esau, it was exemplified in the semi-fictional Shylock, it’s still being done today.