Tuesday, October 14, 2008

More Councils Hit By Iceland Woes

More Councils Hit By Iceland Woes

The number of councils in England and Wales which invested money in Icelandic banks has grown to 116, depositing a total of £858m, it has emerged. That works out at about £7m per council.

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6 thoughts on “More Councils Hit By Iceland Woes

  • Theft from you and me on a grand scale.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    This will b used 2 justify council consolidation, moves towards less democratic regional assemblies 2 bring forward the federal EU system, where we all live in an EU region and westminster becomes increasingly irrelevant, 80% of law already from UN via EU

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  • planning4acrash says:

    This is how the same laws pop [email protected] same time cross the world, except in ‘rogue’ countries like Iran. They just need 2 make it official now b4 we use constitutional powers to charge governments with treason. Its why Blair ended death penalty 4 treason.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    So Harold, its not even about theft. The theft is payoff 4 participants. The real aim is consolidation of globalist power. For Brown’s New World Odor.

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  • BCCI all over again…yawn…ffs, why did they think the Icelandic banks were paying a higher rate of interest, huh?!!!!!!!!!

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  • planning4acrash says:

    No doubt, this is the work of Common Purpose. My Council pulled its money coz the leaders “had an instinct” that the high rates meant risk. I believe that whistle blowers stopped all councils going down. Maybe we’ll never hear the real story.

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