(See also the previous recent posts with important links.)
[Very Important] Beyond Banksters is an eye-opening exposé of a ravenous financial systemhttp://behindthenumbers.ca/2017/01/16/beyond-banksters-eye-opening-expose-ravenous-financial-system
[Also Very Important] Full Reserve Banking: The Wrong Cure for the Wrong Diseasehttps://criticalfinance.org/2017/01/18/full-reserve-banking-the-wrong-cure-for-the-wrong-disease
[Ditto Important] Infrastructure Build-Up Using Sovereign Moneyhttp://www.opednews.com/articles/Infrastructure-Build-Up-Us-by-Uli-Kortsch-Budgets-Funding_Congress-War-Funding_Debt_Deficit-170118-691.html
Beyond Banksters is an eye-opening exposé of a ravenous financial systemhttp://behindthenumbers.ca/2017/01/16/beyond-banksters-eye-opening-expose-ravenous-financial-system
Here are the last 3 paragraphs of the review. The whole review is well worth reading. We need inspiration like this to help us put an end to globalist greed and genocide.When the banks in Iceland collapsed and its economy went belly up in October 2008, “the Icelanders were in no mood to take a post-meltdown prescription from the same sources that had sickened them in the first place,” Geoff Olson of Common Grounds reported. “They nationalized one bank, put three others into receivership, and instituted capital controls.” Over the next seven years, they put 26 banksters behind bars, serving terms of two to five years, for crimes including market manipulation, embezzlement, and breach of fiduciary duties.”
Icelanders took to the streets in 2008, banging pots and pans, chanting “Bailouts no! Jail-ins yes!” They refused to pay for the crimes and corruption of the bankers through tax increases and social program cuts. Instead, they insisted on the arrest and prosecution of dozens of bankers responsible for the financial collapse, forced their entire government to resign, and created a citizens’ committee tasked with writing a new constitution protecting the country from corporate greed — all the while actually expanding their social safety services.
This is what should have happened in Canada and every other country devastated by voracious and irresponsible international banks and investment companies. One of the reasons it didn’t, apart from civil passivity, is that the story of the Icelanders’ revolt against their financial overlords went virtually unreported in the mainstream media. Most people outside Iceland didn’t get to learn about it, except through the social media.