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Globalists have done everything that they could to control the world and remake it in their own image. Even though they missed their window, they, like the good little robots that they are, continue to try to implement their global plantation program. The countries that have resisted this: free trade, free finance, global peasantry model of existence are actually doing okay. Austerity-oriented changes in all countries have lowered the jobs available, reduced tax revenues and made entire segments of the population completely miserable just to further enrich people that have more money than character or good sense.
Bankers Arrested, Civil War Averted, Economy On the Rebound


Dave Hodges December 14, 2013 The Common Sense Show
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Who says there isn't justice in the world for the globalists who continue to plunder the assets of average people? Four prominent bankers have been sentenced to prison and assessed hefty financial penalties.

The First District Court of Appeals sentenced four former Goldman Sachs Executives to prison terms ranging from three to five years in prison for financial crimes dating back to 2008. The Supreme Court, fearing civilian reprisals, has refused to hear the bankers appeals.

The mainstream media is reporting that Hank Paulson, former CEO of Goldman Sachs and Secretary of the Treasury as well as being known for being the architect of the bailouts, received the heaviest sentence of five years in prison. Paulson was ordered to pay $33.4 million dollars in fines. Along these same lines, former Goldman Sachs CEO and World Bank President, Tim Geithner, was sentenced to three years in prison along with being assessed a hefty $23 million dollar fine. The mastermind of the MF Global theft, former Goldman Sachs executive and the former Governor of New Jersey, Jon Corzine, was sentenced to four years and a $18 million dollar fine. The most recent Goldman Sachs CEO, Lloyd Blankfein was also sentenced to three years and assessed a $13 million dollar penalty.

When hundreds of thousands of citizens showed up at the Capitol building and began throwing rocks at the building, this triggered the biggest civil unrest in the country's history. The military refused to become involved and government officials cowered in fear as DHS fought off the protestors. Shortly thereafter, the beleaguered Congress rediscovered its backbone and issued arrest warrants for the four criminal banksters. Of course, Goldman Sachs and several other international bank entities warned the citizens that the country would collapse economically and it would become necessary to usher in martial law. This proved to be an empty threat, as the opposite ended up being true. The year following the arrests of these four bankster thugs, the economy grew at a rate of 2.6%. It is safe to say that the government will never tolerate the undue influence of any financial institution again. The country is approaching financial solvency. Who would have thought that this would have been possible?

In a related story, Nancy Pelosi also went to prison for two years for insider trading on Wall Street. And Diane Feinstein went to prison for five years for repeated violations of conflicts of interest as Feinstein's husband was the beneficiary of several no-bid federal government contracts. Obama was impeached and convicted for identity theft and most importantly, treason. Happy days are here again. Fade to black... .not in a pigs eye!

I would pray that these events would take place, but unfortunately, our bankster crime rate continues to rise exponentially. However, the equivalent of these events, and more, just took place in Iceland.
The World's Center of Democracy.

The World's Center of Democracy.

Icelander's must not eat GMO's, their water must not be fluoridated and their men never need Viagra. If Americans were to ever travel to Iceland, they would find that the country has much more than just snowballs! Why? Icelander's have courage and intestinal fortitude. Meanwhile, back in the USA our sheep are too busy watching reality shows while, at the same time, running from reality. However, as the reader will soon discover, the circumstances in Iceland are unique and are not likely shared by other Western nations.
True Justice

In an unprecedented ruling, Reykjavík District Court sentenced four former banking executives of the Kaupthing Bank to between 3 and 5 1/2 years in prison for financial crimes dating back to 2008. Vísir is reporting that former Kaupthing director, Hreiðar Már Sigurðsson received the heaviest sentence which consisted of five and a half years. He was also ordered to pay $33.4 million and also pay the government's legal fees. There is a God and there is justice in Iceland as former Kaupthing chairperson, and former Interpol fugitive, Sigurður Einarsson, was sentenced to five years, and ordered to pay a total of $14.3 million as well as legal fees.

If they could get their hands on Goldman Sachs officials they would.They impeached and convicted corrupt politicians who were in league with Wall Street, many of which are serving prison sentences. Iceland is on its way to a full economic recovery while still saying no to the corrupt Goldman Sachs influences in Europe. Iceland is saying no to the Bank of International Settlements. Iceland is a beacon of hope for the rest of the G20 nations including the United States.
Why Did the Uprising Work in Iceland and Nowhere Else?

Gadaffi showed the same level of defiance to the corrupt banksters as did the people of Iceland, yet he is dead. What is the difference? In Iceland, the people are engaged and are committed. This was not the case in Libya and this is certainly not the case in the United States. Both Libya and the United States have been invaded by massive immigration (i.e. many al-Qaeda took up residency in Libya before the revolution) and America's immigration issues have been well chronicled. Both countries lacked the solidarity which would dilute their national resolve. Further, in America, the mainstream media keeps the masses docile and dumbed down while conducting their version of "Occupy America".
The Major Reason Why Iceland Beat the Bankers

Most of Congress has been bought off. The so-called representative government is beyond the reach of the people. In Iceland, that is not the case and even if it was, it would not matter.

The most important fact related to the Icelandic revolution happened after the implementation of a type of self-governing approach which includes some elements of "Direct Democracy" in Iceland. Icelanders have much more say in their government than we do. This is a huge advantage for the citizens of Iceland, as from this moment on, no external power can conquer their country thru hidden activities and the creation of bribed puppets. Politicians can theoretically be bribed, but it would not matter.

Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimmson was interviewed earlier this year at the World Economic Forum in Davos on why Iceland has enjoyed such a strong recovery after it's complete financial collapse in 2008, while the rest of the West is still mired in debt, poverty and hopelessness to go with empty promises of an economic recovery.

When asked whether Iceland's policy of letting the banks fail would have worked in the rest of Europe, Grimsson stated:

"... Why are the banks considered to be the holy churches of the modern economy? Why are private banks not like airlines and telecommunication companies and allowed to go bankrupt if they have been run in an irresponsible way? The theory that you have to bail-out banks is a theory that you allow bankers enjoy for their own profit their success, and then let ordinary people bear their failure through taxes and austerity. 
People in enlightened democracies are not going to accept that in the long run. ... "


Americans have three choices if our nation is to recover: (1) Civil War; (2) Establish direct democracy and begin the political purge that will rid the government of the banker takeover; or, (3) Passively accept our present circumstance and embrace our ultimate and complete demise.

Our best and most effective course of action would be to work towards direct democracy. This would be a slow process because our government has stage four cancer. We would have to continually create one-term politicians until we got a majority of people who would grant the country a say in how they are governed.

Some believe that civil war is inevitable as the bankster controlled government tightens it noose around the country. This could be the case when the government and its foreign assets begin to seize guns from American citizens. The implementation of Obamacare could prove to be the trigger event leading to the government's need to seize the guns due to massive civil unrest.

Given the fact that the past is the best predictor of the future, at least at this moment, I would bet that FEMA camps and the unimaginable lies directly in our future.

What do you think? Is there a way to galvanize the country and proceed against the existing establishment with a single purpose similar to what happened to Iceland? I would propose that we have an electronic town hall meeting in order to share ideas. Please share your thoughts on the comment board with regard to these questions and issues.

 link to thecommonsenseshow.com

one or two maybe. 15.Dec.2013 17:36


A few years ago during the Occupy Wall Street days a secretary at work told me that in Iceland they put those people in Jail unlike in America.

So, I looked it up. Some went to jail for insider trading, but some go to jail in America for insider trading.

As I remember less than five were directly charged with something like "desecrating the public good" or some other vague charge, 2 got probation/suspended sentences, and only one guy went to jail for a short period of time.

When I asked her what should those in America be charged with? She said because they ruined peoples lives being greedy. I responded by saying it wasn't illegal to fly your company into a mountain. What is the charge? Show me the statute that was broken? She couldn't do it which seemed to frustrate her more than anything.

The SEC was asleep at the wheel like all government regulatory agencies are. In the end, being a greedy bastard isn't illegal, and since nobody can regulate the degree of greed as to which should or shouldn't be illegal (i.e, I'm greedy for a free hand out), it shouldn't and never will be. In this case, unlike Murder, Robbery, etc, you can't legislate morality.

The evidence lies in,,,,,,, 16.Dec.2013 21:36

Lloyd Hart dadapop@dadapop.com

the act of fraud and collusion in fraud. The banks and investment houses entered in collusion to commit fraud with the securities rating agencies Standard and Poors, Moodys and Fitch to falsely rate sub-prime loans batched in with prime loan bundled securities as Triple AAA. The banks and investment houses then sold these fraudulent securities to whomever would buy them knowing full well the housing market runs out of customers fairly quickly as it is such a big ticket item. Buying a house is not like buying a toaster. Then the smart banks and investment houses began to bet the market down based on their knowledge of the fraudulent bundled mortgage securities while those banks and investment houses that weren't in the loop went under. The evidence has been public for years now but there is no political will to deal with the financial oligarchy.

What Actually Happened With The Iceland Bankers? 17.Dec.2013 02:09


Well yes, bankers are going to jail:

Before It's News — January 3, 2013 — Iceland gives bankers 9 months in prison - while in the UK we knight them
 link to beforeitsnews.com

While in the UK we've just given a knighthood to former Financial Services Authority chief executive Hector Sants whose incompetence allowed bankers to cause the financial crisis to happen - and while other countries in Europe have decided to bail out their bankers and allow them to continue to award themselves massive pay and bonus packages while telling everyone else they have to suffer massive cuts to jobs, salaries and services - Iceland decided to put their wrongdoers in prison instead.

Two former executives at an Icelandic bank which collapsed in the 2008 financial meltdown have both been sentenced to 9 months in jail for fraud by a Reykjavik court.

How strange it is that Europe, which coddled its bankers and granted them gigantic bailouts (like the US), is sinking into austerity and economic depression. While Iceland is positively thriving:

American Free Press — May 21, 2012 — Iceland Continues Economic Rejuvenation by Purging Financial Parasites

Iceland is showing the world what real independence from the bankers means. The Nordic island has become the first country to criminally charge a world leader as a result of the 2008 economic crisis. Former Prime Minister Geir Haarde, 73, was found guilty of "failing to adequately inform other Icelandic officials of events that led up to the 2008 financial crisis" according to an April 23 New York Times article.


Icelanders absorbed some of the costs itself but forced foreign investors to take the biggest hit. Not deterred by horror stories about an "unthinkable economic demise" that have prevented countries like Greece and Portugal from defaulting, Iceland has proved that default was the best thing it could have done. As a result, not only has the economy not collapsed since last year, but its gross domestic product is expected to increase by 2.6% this year. Much of that growth is based on increased production, mainly in tourism and the fishing industry. In contrast, most other European economies are either stagnant or in decline. Even the Times article admitted that many economists say Iceland's recovery was aided by the collapse of the banks.

Iceland's recovery is a shining example for countries like Greece, Ireland and Spain to follow. History has proven that countries experience growth once they get out from under the parasitic burden of debt to the bankers. National Socialist Germany from 1933 - 39 is a perfect example.

Real wealth is measured in terms of growth in agriculture, manufacturing and services. Greece and Spain have more than half of their highly energetic youth unemployed, producing nothing. In the U.S. 55K factories have shut down in the last decade.

Apparently the Icelanders just did not believe the threat of martial law that persuaded the Americans to hand out $700,000,000.00 (but really 12 trillion via the Fed) to the banker bonanza baby CEOs. Keep electing those Republicrats with single-selection machine voting. Keep coddling those unfortunate capitalists. Surely you can afford it.