“I know this will probably hurt us internationally, but it is worth taking a stand,” Thorgerdun Asgeirsdottir, a 28-year-old barista said after casting a “no” vote at the Reykjavik city hall.
Svanhvit Ingibergs, 33, who works at a rest home, said: “I had no part in causing those debts, and I don’t want our children to risk having to pay them. It would be better to settle this in a court.”
The dispute over repayment has soured relations between the small North Atlantic island nation and the two other countries.”
More of us need a chance to stand-up against the banksters, and then make the same wise choice the people of Iceland did.