Reprinted from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9yjzUGsbkQ&feature=em-uploademail
Monetary Reformer Bill Still's latest video features an interview with a representative from the newly elected Pirate Party in Iceland who says that membership efforts in the EU have been "frozen" indefinitely. Iceland has seen bank-created financial devastation first hand and has passed a referendum not to bail out the private banks. They have no desire to turn their sovereignty over to a private European banking cartel.
Campaign finance reform is discussed as well. This too is possible with monetary reform, as sovereign debt-free money could be passed out in equal amounts to every qualified candidate, and the Politicians could then get back to representing the People.
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