Iceland in Hot Chase after Scamming Banksters
Iceland witnessed a ‘meltdown’ following ‘financial problems’ in USA in 2008. Banking had become dominant part of Iceland’s economy by 2008. As we know now it was a huge bubble, manipulated by Bankers or to put it more correctly, Banksters (Banks + Scamsters). Total banking sector assets ‘grew’ from 96% of gross domestic product in 2000 to almost 900% of GDP by the second quarter of 2007. After the so called meltdown, the country almost went bankrupt.
Two-thirds of Icelanders live in the capital, Reykjavik. Brave Icelanders did not succumb to pressures of ‘well-wishers’ like IMF, World Bank, European Central Bank (ECB), EU. They wisely identified the ‘meltdown’ as a scam, and went after banksters and corrupt politicians with tongs.
As a follow up they have hired an ex-policeman to hunt down banksters across the globe. Read this story here.