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Bankers Can Be Jailed? In Iceland They Can

Iceland Just Jailed Dozens of Corrupt Bankers for 74 Years, The Opposite of What America Does The prosecution of the Icelandic bankers represents an accountability that does not exist in America. By Jay Syrmopoulos/ The Free Thought Project/ October 21, … Continue reading

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Iceland’s jailed bankers ‘a model’ for dealing with ‘financial terrorists’ RT/ December 14, 2013 By jailing four top officers of Iceland’s failed Kaupthing Bank, the country showed the world the right way to deal with the people largely responsible for … Continue reading

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Iceland Got It Right

From Al Jazeera English:  Iceland President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson tells Al Jazeera’s Stephen Cole that Europe should let banks that are ran “irresponsibly” go bankrupt. Speaking at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Grimsson also held his country as … Continue reading

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Iceland’s Hörður Torfason – How to Beat the Banksters By Alex Pietrowski/ Waking Times/December 11, 2012 The tiny Nordic European island country of iceland is presently experiencing one of the greatest economic comebacks of all time.  After the privatization of … Continue reading

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Shh, Don’t Tell Greece, Italy, Spain or the U.S.

How to Handle a Financial Crisis Like Iceland By Barry Ritholtz   The Big Picture / May 14, 2011 I have long been in the Swedish camp when it comes to food (meatballs with lingonberries) women (tall blondes) and financial crises … Continue reading

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