No-one lynched in Iceland, but prosecutions are in progress.
Plus every move since has been made with the people in mind, rather than the bankers. The exact opposite of the UK and every other nation that has found itself in this situation.
It may soon be the closest thing to a real democracy on the planet, and it's unlikely anyone will forget for a few generations so it'll be a while before bankers can weasel their way back in there.
If half the UK population had been stoning Parliament instead of watching X-factor when they bailed out the banks, it would have been a lot messier since, but the future would be brighter.
Or bank headquarters. Though I think the real trouble is yet to come. Not so much a case of "we are all in this together" as "THEY are all in it together."
I have to switch off QT and similar now as I find myself increasingly with the likes of Toynbee and the UK Uncut brigade. They are making virtually everyone else pay for this except those that caused it, and over leveraged "home owners" of course.