There are many of us who are all too well aware of the dangers that lie ahead for those people who speak out against the tyranny that is sweeping our country. In modern day America, this is a very dangerous time to be outspoken. At places like Washington State University, using the terms "boy," "girl," "homosexual," "senior citizen," and any other term that the globalist political correct police force deems inappropriate, can get you expelled from school. For those who engage in the high stakes game of calling a criminal a criminal (e.g., the bankers who have hijacked the United States government) are willfully engaging in life-threatening behavior.
Economic indicators in this country, are horrific on their face. As economist Joseph Meyer recently told my international radio audience:
-Seventy-five percent of the country makes less than $30,000 per year.
-On-third of adults over the age of 30 are living with their parents for economic reasons.
-The college loan fiasco will be the next housing crash of 2008.
-Over 300,000 waitresses and waiters have college degrees.
Additionally, we know the following:
-Our nation's economy has gone from first to fourteenth and is rapidly plummeting.
-Some polling groups rank America as low as 44th, behind Romania, in civil liberties.
-Despite our 24/7/365 access to entertainment, America ranks 14th in happiness levels.
-In the United States, suicide has replaced car accidents as the number one cause of death.
-Since 1968, suicide for Americans between the ages of 15-24 has skyrocketed by 310%
-An estimated 20-25% of the country is on mind-numbing psychotropic drugs. Seventy percent of foster children are on these drugs which bring structural changes and damage to young brains.
-We are now seeing East German Stasi type interrogation centers being used against American citizens who are not even charged with a crime (e.g. Chicago Black Sites).
-DHS and the Clergy Response Team have greatly compromised the spoken word of the Bible. Most churches and their pastors fall under the category of "false prophets." In other words, today's American churches are centers of deception.
-The U.S. economy is nearly $19 trillion dollars in debt.
-The U.S. government owes $240 trillion dollars in unfunded mandated liabilities to Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, etc.
-The bankers have coerced the government to push their derivatives debt upon the American people. This debt amounts to about $1.5 quadrillion dollars, with an annual interest rate of $505 trillion dollars. The entire GDP of the planet is under $70 trillion. America could not pay off this debt by the 50th century.
-Despite spending in excess of 10 times more for health care than any other nation, we only have the 51st longest life span. We live, on average, a full one year less than a Cuban living in a third world country.
-Post-secondary education is the most expensive in the world as is health care.
-The U.S., despite having only 4% of the population, has over 25% of the world's prison population.
-Americans are expatriating in record numbers. Should you be one of them and where would you go?
For people like myself, it is too late to leave, but for the average American, expatriation is something that one might want to seriously consider. People ask me, where should I go? Costa Rica? It is attractive in many ways, but there are way too many CIA types there for me to be comfortable. What about Sweden? They have relatively free health care and college education. However, they are being overrun by the same Muslim extremists that Curt Schilling wrote about in his tweet that got him fired by ESPN. The most attractive choice, to me, is Iceland.
IF ONE WANTS TO BE, AT LEAST TEMPORARILY, SAFE FROM THE RAVES OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER, ICELAND IS YOUR BEST BET!
With a forecasted 2015-16 growth of 3.4%, Iceland is one of the most stable economies on the earth.
At one time, in 2008, Iceland's economy was crashed by the same crushing debt as the United States. The usual players, Goldman Sachs and their criminal colleagues on Wall Street, were behind the hijacking of both the government and the banks in Iceland. At least, they were, until the collective people in Iceland realized that they had much more than snowballs that they could throw at their Wall Street enemies. In short, they rose up and defeated the banksters. Despite being told that their economy would be irreparably damaged if they rejected Wall Street and central banking edicts, they persevered and "threw the bums out." Today's Icelandic economy is thriving, and the government is relatively stable, given the volatile times we live in. Add to that, Iceland is the only nation on the planet that told the banksters where to go and what do when they got there, they have survived to tell the tale.
If America Had Done, In 2008, What Iceland Did, the following Would Have Been the Headlines In the US
The First District Court of Appeals sentenced four former Goldman Sachs Executives to prison terms, ranging from three to five years, 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 former 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 an $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, the biggest civil unrest in the country's history was triggered. The military refused to become involved and government officials cowered in fear as DHS fought off the protesters. 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. Goldman Sachs has been turned into a bed and breakfast location. Who would have thought that this would have been possible?
In a related story, Nancy Pelosi also went to prison for two years, after being convicted of 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 pig's eye!
I 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.
Today, Iceland's economic growth is a full percent higher than the United States's, without all the debt. And better yet, the Icelandic government is not under the control of the central bankers, so debt is not the driving force of their economy. Further, let's also not forget, that almost all of Obama's "shovel ready jobs" pay less than $30,00o per year.
This Is Exactly What Happened In Iceland
Icelanders must not eat GMO's, their water must not be fluoridated, and their men never need Viagra. Icelanders have courage and intestinal fortitude. Meanwhile, back in the USA, our sheep are too busy watching reality shows while 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.
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 along with 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 the Icelandic people 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 whom are serving prison sentences. Iceland's economy recovered while still saying no to the corrupt Goldman Sachs influences in Europe. Iceland is also 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—or is it?
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 ultimately served to 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 that were the case, 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." 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 through hidden activities and the creation of bribed puppets. Politicians can, theoretically, be bribed, but it would not matter.
Iceland's President, who successfully led the revolt against the bankers--Olafur Ragnar Grimmson--was interviewed three years ago 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. …"
Can anyone imagine Obama, or even a first-term American Congressman, saying such a thing?
Americans have four 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; (3) Leave the U.S. for Iceland; or (4) Passively accept our present circumstance and embrace our ultimate and complete demise.
If I were to leave America, Iceland would be my destination of choice.
Iceland's health care is nearly free. There are virtually no private hospitals and medical insurance that can deny treatment for being a "pre-existing condition," or "the treatment is experimental." Iceland's people live nearly 5 years longer than the average American. Iceland's post-secondary education system is something that our young adults would embrace. University students in Iceland only pay minimal registration fees and there is no such thing as college tuition—it is free. When we look at these two variables (health care and education), it so easy to see how our people are so victimized by the elite and how living in America is no longer a privilege. Moving to Iceland is not easy, but, with proper planning, it can be done. Iceland's government has clearly said "No" to the New World Order and the debt enslavement policies of the banksters. That might be reason enough to move there today.
Does anyone believe that Iceland has its version of Jade Helm?
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We should all realize that, when one moves to a safe haven like Iceland, the person is only staying one step ahead of the burning bridge. Eventually, Iceland (at a much later date than the U.S.) will be consumed by the banksters. This is inevitable unless there is a world-wide revolution. Someday, we are going to all wish we stood our ground and fought against the bankers.