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So in summary of the Icelandic revolution:

-resignation of the whole government
-nationalization of the bank
-referendum so that the people can decide over the economic decisions
-incarcerating the responsible parties
-rewriting of the constitution by its people

― 内閣総辞職
― (中央)銀行国有化
― 経済に関する決定を、国民投票で
― 責任者たちを投獄
― 国民による憲法改正

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【参考記事 : 111212 アイスランドを見よ! 】

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「なべとフライパン革命」

◆アイスランド革命 借金奴隷金融制度からの脱却 #newsjp #keizai

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5raXKLQXFY

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dandomina さんが 2012/06/10 に公開

アイスランドは腐敗した政府を辞職させました。憲法改正について、一般市民による集会が組織されました。銀行は国有化され、民間銀行によって作り出された借金の返済はしな­いことを決定しました。すべては平和的に行われました。
もしも、世界の他の国々がこの例を採用したとすれば。。。

Published on 15 May 2012 by THEDUMBPLANET

The people of Iceland forced their corrupt government to resign.
A public assembly was created to rewrite the constitution.
The banks were nationalized, it was decided not to pay the debt that PRIVATE banks created.
All of this in a peaceful way…
What would happen if the rest of the world took this as an example?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-SiYQ8s_6I

参考
「腐敗した銀行制度」カナダ12歳の少女による講演
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABkW3SRtEz0

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投稿者のコメント ( dandomina )

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借りたモノを返さないアイスランドもどうかと思うがね・・・

不平不満もあるだろうが競争社会である以上食う者と食われる者が­生まれるし

hirudeyama 15 時間前

 

誰が一番お金を返さないかといえば、銀行なんです。日本のバ­­­­ブルのときもそ­うでしたが、民間の銀行はバブル時代に、恐­­ろしいほどの借金をしたのです。

その時、日本もアメリカも国民の税金を使っ­­­­て、救済した­のです。アイスランドは誰からも借りることができなかったので、­それらの銀行を潰しました。(結果的に、失敗したら、潰れるとい­う市場原理が働きました)

自由市場が機能すれば、失敗をすると倒産します。­­­それが競­争、弱肉強食です。銀行は政治家を買収して、倒産しないのです。

彼女がいっているのは、民間企業(銀行)が借金をしたのだから、­­­­国民の税金で払うな!と言っています。借金をしたのは民間­の­­銀­行なのです。企業ならば倒産します­。東電が原発事故­を起­こ­し、­債務超過になれば、倒産します。それ­が、競争­社会で­す。

そういう競争をさせないのが、多国籍企業にの­っとられた経済シ­­­­ステムです。現在ユーロ危機でも、欧米の銀行を潰さないよ­う­に­、­競争をさせないし、強者はずるをしたまま、ず­っと­強者­でい­られ­るような仕組みになっています。

dandomina hirudeyama さんへの返信 3 時間前

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主流メディアは報道しないが、既に、アイスランドで無血革命が進行している!

ハートの贈りもの―2012アセンション

2012-04-14 13:44:09

http://blog.goo.ne.jp/narudekon/e/6fa0fc682734232d9be55bde5ab42216

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【引用開始】

主流メディアが報道しないので、私たちはほとんど知りませんでしたが、アイスランドで、国民による無血革命が着々と進行しています。

アイスランドが2008年にデフォルトし、その際、借金を踏み倒したこと、そしてその後、わずか4年で、国債の格付けを投資適格まで引き上げるのに成功したことは、以前、お伝えしましたが。その他の詳細を、私も知りませんでした。ここまで進んでいたとはネ!

― 内閣総辞職
― 中央銀行国有化
― 経済に関する決定を、国民投票で
― 責任者たちを投獄
― 国民による憲法改正

何故、(奴らに支配された)主流メディアが報道しないかというと、もちろん、今、危ないギリシャやアイルランド、ポルトガル、スペインに、真似されると困るからですよね。でも、、、、、真似すると思いますよ。笑) 元々、国際金融ギャング団が、違法に、国家を罠にはめて、国の資産を乗っ取るために背負わせた借金なのですから。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

アイスランドの無血革命、時系列で要約すると、以下の如くなるようです。

2008年

中央銀行を国有化。貨幣クローナが無価値になり、株式市場は停止。国家は破産した。

Protest in Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavik, Jan. 24, 2009

2009年

国会前で、国民が抗議行動。内閣総辞職で、総選挙。ひどい経済状況。この時、提案されていたのは、国家の負債として、35億ユーロをイギリスとオランダに、月賦で15年間、5.5%の金利で支払うことであった。

2010年

国民が抗議デモで、国民投票を要求。2010年1月、大統領は、提案を拒否し、国民集会を宣言した。

3月、国民投票により、支払い拒否が93%で可決。この間、政府は、この危機を招いた責任者たちに対する捜査を行い、多くの企業役員や銀行家が逮捕された。

インターポールが、犯罪に関与したグループに、国外退去を命じた。この危機を通じて、憲法改正を行うための国民議会が選出された。522人の立候補者から、無所属の25人の市民が選ばれた。候補者の資格は、成人で、30人のサポートを得ていること。

 

 

 

 

A group of 25 citizens presented a draft of the constitution toIceland’s parliament. The group, which is made up of ordinary residents, compiled the document online with the help of hundreds of others. Credit: Awazdo
25人の市民は、新憲法の草稿を、国会に提出した。この普通の住民からなる25人は、オンラインで、何百人もの他の住民の助けを借りて、その書類をまとめた。

2011年

2月から、憲法集会がスタートした。全国の多様な集会が推薦するマグナカルタを提示。これは、現在の国会と次の正式選挙を通じて承認されなければならない。

2012年

6月30日に提案されていた国民投票は、国会により延期され、次の日程はまだ決まっていない。

さらに、驚きのニュースです。アイスランドは、国民に対して、住宅ローンを免除したそうです!

Iceland Forgives the Mortgage Debt of its Population

やれば、できるんですね! いいなあ、住宅ローン免除って! 皆さん、そう思いません?

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◆Why Doesn’t the Media Report on the Triumph of Democracy in Iceland? What Are They Afraid Of?

GALACTIC FREE PRESS

Posted on April 13, 2012 by Pat Donworth

http://soundofheart.org/galacticfreepress/content/why-doesn’t-media-report-triumph-democracy-iceland-what-are-they-afraid

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◆Iceland Forgives the Mortgage Debt of its Population

The 2012 Scenario

2012 APRIL 13

http://the2012scenario.com/2012/04/iceland-forgives-the-mortgage-debt-of-its-population/

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◆Iceland forgives mortgage debt of its population

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyxzg58JkYI

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telesurenglish さんが 2012/04/12 に公開

The government of Icelandhas forgiven the mortgage debt for much of its population. This nation chose a very different way of stopping the crisis from the rest of European countries. It decided to hear the requests of the population and to put politicians and bankers on the bench of the accused three years after their financial excesses would sank one of the most prosperous economies in 2008. teleSUR
http://multimedia.telesurtv.net

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◆The “Pots and Pans revolution” in Iceland and its aftermath

Pressenza : INTERNATIONAL PRESS AGENCY

Silvia Swinden

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http://pressenza.com/npermalink/the-xpots-and-pans-revolutionx-in-iceland-and-its-aftermath

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The Economic Crash in Iceland led the “Pots and Pans revolution” leading to some radical changes. Humanist Party members Julius Valdimarsson and Methusalem Thorisson have carried out an appraisal in terms of the sensibility of the people in general and on the political Scene wondering if such process can promote Human Rights based Real Democracy.

 

 

Protesters in Iceland calling for “A Human Future”

Image by: Pressenza Archiv

Pressenza Rekyavik, 9/2/11 As humanists with a common aim of a Universal Human Nation the authors of the report believe that what has happened and is happening in Iceland is nothing special to Iceland, only a reflection of the same development suffered all over the world, even though it might appear in a different way and with different expression according to differences in cultures and in location in the global kingdom of capitalism and financial tyranny.

The events

Icelandhas been subjected to the same neoliberal policies in the last three decades as most other western countries, bringing money and power into the hands of financial institutions and their faithful political guardians who have adjusted their lawmaking to meet their masters´ demands. In 2002 the major state banks were privatized and sold/given at a low price to the good friends of the major political parties, at that time Sjálfstæðisflokkurinn, theIndependenceparty and Framsóknarflokkurinn, The Progressive Party.

In 6 years the new owners had increased the value of the banks to twelve times the size of the Icelandic State Budget. In October 2008 this bubble burst with the consequence that all the major banks inIcelandwent bankrupt, the only three that had survived the crash of Lehman Brothers inNew York.

The Government decided to guarantee all deposits in the banks without limit, a positive measure for old and ordinary people’s savings but the law also guaranteed the deposits of the rich and very rich, many of whom were responsible for the crash. Soon the IMF was asked to come to the rescue.

People started to gather in front of the Parliament building, banging pots and pans, shouting and making noise demanding that the Government should step down, the Director of the Central Bank (David Oddson, who had been prime minister for more than twenty years and had resigned in 2005 to take on this office) should be fired and those who suffered the consequences of the bank crash should not be made to bear the losses, rather the bankers and financial speculators responsible for it to happen should. They also demanded a new Constitution replacing the existing one written by the once ruling Danish king.

On January 23rd Geir Haarde and his entire Government resigned. On April 25th general elections took place leading to the formation of a coalition Government with the Social Democratic Alliance, the Independent Party and the Left Green Movement. The Director of the Central Bank was fired.

The New government continued to accept the IMF guidance which did nothing for the badly hit population.BritainandHollanddemanded that theIcelandicStatewould guarantee deposits in outlets of Landsbankinn (one of the major banks) in their countries. It had promised sky high interests paid on the deposits before the crash. The Icelandic Public was expected to pay millions of Icelandic kronas for those empty promises of this private bank when it became bankrupt. The people ofIcelandprotested and demanded that President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson refuse to accept this claim. In a referendum 93% said no to accepting the claims. The government tried to make a new contract with the British and the Dutch but people protested again, and a new referendum again confirmed people refused to pay for the blunders of the banks. Although members of the general public were invited to contribute to writing a new Constitution, which has been handed to the Government, all demands of putting it for referendum or giving the people power to accept it or reject it have so far been rejected.

The activities

The Pots and Pans revolution consisted of massive protests in the first month after the bank crash where thousands of people took part, mainly in front of the Parliament. It was nonviolent all throughout but when some people started to throw stones at the police others from amongst the protesters made a human wall to protect the police.

An association was formed to fight for the interests of hard hit families with a membership of over 5.000 people still although the Government has more or less rejected their claims. Meetings took place in the biggest Cinema and other places where Ministers and high officials from the Government, from the Trade Unions and other influential bodies were invited to sit in a panel and answer questions from the public. They were broadcast in the National TV and had strong impact on the public.

Groups were formed assisting people that were about to lose their homes, others gathered around the homes of the bankers and businessmen demanding that they pay for the damage they caused. Some groups started to look for alternative economic models and financial system. An organization was formed to promote Real Democracy which put forward proposals of many radical democratic changes to the Committee which was writing the New Constitution, but few of those changes were included. An organization was formed called “Siðbót” or “Morality” actively supporting issues of human rights and the claims of the people. In the summer of 2009 an organization named “Alþingi götunnar” or the “Parliament of the Street” was formed. This informal organization consisted of the most active grass root organizations and political groups of the revolution, amongst them, the Humanist Party. This organization had a meeting in front of the Parliament every Saturday from autumn 2009 until spring 2010 with demands of compensation to families and individuals who suffered from the Crash and to reject the claims of the British and the Dutch to pay for the banks blunders.

The political child of the pots and pans revolution

The people’s revolution formed a Citizens Movement that put forward candidates in the elections in April 2009. The agenda was to uphold the demands of the revolution. Although four were elected they failed to carry out their stated commitments. So this is the sad story of the political child of the Pots and Pans revolution. One obvious reason for this was that the Citizens Movement was formed more or less around specific issues or demands (safeguarding the interests of those who suffered most from the Crash) and did not have any actual political program.

Participation of the Humanist Party

The slogan “Mennska framtíð,” “A Human Future,” became very prominent in the Pots and Pans revolution and it was very noticeably favoured by the media being the only one that had a positive reference and the only one pointing towards the future. All others were more or less denouncing the Government or demanding specific measures. The Humanist party had its main speaker in the first meeting of the Parliament of the Street emphasizing the importance of people starting to meet and communicate about a different society everywhere, in the schools and neighbourhoods and workplaces and about how the revolution should come from the people and be for the people. Creative posters, originally fromSpain, denouncing the financial institutions with humour inspired many young people.

Conclusion

People showed remarkable solidarity with great common spirit, managed to dismiss the Government and the chief director of the Central Bank, stood up to the Financial institutions and refused to pay the debts of corrupt banks. A Political party was founded on the basis of the main demands of the people for compensation for their losses because of the Economic Crash. On the other hand the “Pots and Pans Revolution” did not promote radical demands for a new society nor a new economic system. The new government consists of the traditional parties, has no intention to change the banking system and is following IMF guidelines obediently to restore the old system and make sure that the tax payers should carry the burden.

There is amongst the activists some loss of spirit and the feeling that things will slide into the same old pattern. Nevertheless a few groups continue to work on constructive themes such as a new financial system and preparing the foundation for a democratic bank. The Humanist Party has monthly open meetings on Humanism and Democracy in Politics, discussing “Is Interest an Economic Cancer?”, “Is Speculation Economic Terrorism?” and “Let´s take the Power from the Banks”.

Finally

The question regarding the sensibility of the people and whether the bank crash and the “revolution” has changed the way people feel or think is a difficult one. On the surface nothing much seems to have happened and the 4 traditional major parties seem to have similar support as they had before the Crash. The political program is just the same as before and the Government celebrates at this exact moment that the IMF has finished its task and all their proposals of cutting costs of welfare, education and health has been met, having “restored the financial system”. On the other hand in the Opinion Polls 90% of the people have no faith whatsoever in the politicians and what can be sensed is a common discontent in spite of an incredible reluctance of people to let go of the old setting and open up to new alternatives.

However people have experienced their strength, the general trust towards the system has greatly diminished and many people have realized in a deeper manner the need for real change and Real Democracy.

 

Silvia Swinden – Author of “From Monkey Sapiens to Homo Intentional: The Phenomenology of the Nonviolent Revolution” – Adonis & Abbey, London 2006

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◆From crisis to constitution

vox

Thorvaldur Gylfason
11 October 2011

http://www.voxeu.org/index.php?q=node/7077

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◆If You Believe This…

The “Icelandic Revolution” Hoax

The Internationalist

June 2011

http://www.internationalist.org/icelandrevolutionhoax1107.html

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◆Iceland, a country that wants to punish the bankers responsible for the crisis

Pressenza : INTERNATIONAL PRESS AGENCY

Reikjavik,Iceland,

March 28, 2011

http://www.pressenza.com/npermalink/icelandx-a-country-that-wants-to-punish-the-bankers-responsible-for-the-crisis

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