This video from Iceland says about itself:
Massive demonstation in Reykjavik on October 18,2008 outside the parliament demanding the resignation of the chief director of the Central Bank of Iceland and ex-PM David Oddsson. 2,000 gathered to protest in a population of 320,000.
More on the crisis in Iceland: here.
The economic crisis continues.
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The pre-print of these remarks last weekend had already evoked fierce criticism. The Central Council of Jews in Germany expressed its indignation, and Stephan Kramer, the group’s general secretary, called on Sinn to withdraw his comments “unconditionally, as fast as possible, and apologise.” The comparison was “infuriating, absurd, and absolutely out of place, a defamation of the victims,” Kramer said.