Saturday, February 13, 2010

Birgitta Jonsdottir at Red Ice Radio

An hour long interview with Birgitta Jónsdóttir at Red Ice Radio about the current situation in Iceland, IcesLave, the soft revolution in Iceland and how grassroots groups can band together in order to put pressure within establishments such as parliaments.

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Icelandic mini doc about the financial crises

I made this mini doc a year ago... explaining the reasons behind the total financial meltdown, trying to explain why the Icelandic people are so angry and how they made history by uniting against injustice faced by the government and the financial elite 

Icelandic financial crises [HQ]


An island in the North Atlantic oceans

Iceland - Nest for about 320.000 people

Iceland - Same size as the state of Kentucky

Iceland - Colony of Denmark until 1945

Iceland - Best known for the singer Bjork

Iceland - Also known for being the nation who elected the first woman in the world to be a president

Iceland - also known for strange and mystical landscape
Iceland - also known for its pristine nature

Until September 29th 2008 very few people cared for Iceland or even knew about it - however that was all about to change because
Iceland’s limited legacy changed from mystery to being the first country in the world to literary experience the bankruptcy - the total meltdown of corporation capitalism

When you google Iceland today you will get more information about the financial crises that brought one of the best off nations in the world to its knees
Unemployment has shot from less then 1% to 10% since October 2008

What happened one might ask in awe – how is it possible that all the newly privatized banks (6 years ago the nation owned all the major banks) got basically bankrupt and the nation had to take them back with debt beyond comprehension

No one knows yet the exact number of our national debt in the aftermath of the greatest financial blunder in the history of our world

Who is to blame for the fact that almost 70% of all companies are going under?
Who is to blame for us being driven back for decades?
Who is to blame for the fate of all the people who are loosing their savings, their homes, their work, their lives?

Birgitta guest at the Keiser Report

Keiser speaks to Birgitta Jonsdottir, leader of The Movement in the Icelandic Parliament.

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Birgitta guest at the Alex Jones Show

It is time for the people of the world to join hands and start a real resistance towards the ocialization of Private debt. The Icelandic people are ready to say NO in a national referendum to taken on private debt left over by the banksters who brought the country to its knees in 2008 - will your nation be the next? Rise up against this injustice - there is no power in the world as mighty as the power of the masses.