It’s time to play the Elites favorite game again, whistle-blower and Investigator suicides! First, lets remember the suspicious banker deaths, where several bankers died in mysterious ways, many of which from odd suicides between 2013-2016. One such incident included one banker shooting himself in the head with a nail gun, there is a larger history of MYSTERIOUSLY DEAD potential whistle-blowers or in case of scientist, doctors, and journalist, people who could have made a change or difference in the world. The smartest intellectual minds being silenced in the words of Christopher Story, “deaths of journalist who expose the criminal activities of our political elite risk their lives.They are on the front line of freedom. When they are killed, it means very bad things are in store for us.”

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Europe’s ATMs worked overtime in 2015. A record 1.08 trillion euros ($1.17 trillion) of banknotes were in circulation, almost double the value 10 years ago, according to data compiled by the European Central Bank. That’s a counterargument to some bankers who say that electronic forms of cash will replace paper money sooner rather than later.

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First, Iceland jailed its crooked bankers for their direct involvement in the financial crisis of 2008. Now, every Icelander will receive a payout for the sale of one of its three largest banks, Íslandsbanki.

If Finance Minister Bjarni Benediktsson has his way — and he likely will — Icelanders will be paid kr 30,000 after the government takes over ownership of the bank. Íslandsbanki would be second of the three largest banks under State proprietorship.

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When Iceland’s President, Olafur Ragnar Grimmson was asked about his country’s recovery from the 2008-2009 financial crisis, he famously said:

“We were wise enough not to follow the traditional prevailing orthodoxies of the Western financial world in the last 30 years. We introduced currency controls, we let the banks fail, we provided support for the poor, and we didn’t introduce austerity measures like you’re seeing in Europe.”

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