Saturday, March 6, 2010

Iceland says " NO" in the referendum today.

According to the first numbers coming out ,after the referendum today, No is the final answer.
First numbers in Reykajvik are , Yes - 399 and No - 19.515.
90 % said no, and it is similar in every other part of ICeland .
Here below are some photos from the protest today in Reykjavik.
Many of the foreign press was in Iceland today ,to follow the Referendum .

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13 comments:

  1. Yeah!! Congratulations Icelanders! The whole world is proud of you! What an inspiration to the rest of us to stand up for our rights and say YES to democracy and NO to corporate-government autocracy!

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  2. Congratulations from Greece to the Icelandic people!

    We will not pay for their crisis!

    We will become their crisis!

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  3. Congratulations from France to Iceland men and women. Well done ! You don't have to pay for those crooks !

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  4. Bravo for Icelanders. I wish we Americans were as informed as the populace of Iceland is. I wish Iceland all the best. Peace.

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  5. Congratulations Iceland from New York City !!!
    Down with The Banks and the IMF !!! You can make your own future !!!

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  6. America At LargeMarch 7, 2010 at 8:22 AM

    Greetings from Denver, Colorado, and hello from (tickerforum.org). Give them hell Iceland.. don't let the debt merchants steal your lives.

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  7. Greetings from Australia.

    I have a new found respect for the Icelandic people. Don't let greedy banks/governments push you around. Stand firm.

    There is no reason that you should be bailing out the depositors in what was a private company!

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  8. Congrats from the UK !! If this was the other way around you can be damn sure we wouldn't swallow it either.

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  9. Greetings and congratulations from Germany, too :)

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  10. Weel done Icelanders. Thankfully you were given a choice this time. Now watch your backs because the IMF and the banks will think up some new way to screw you.

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  11. Great Iceland!!! Hopefully we could follow your example from Spain!

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  12. GO ICELAND! Now start the Prosecutions!

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