“We Are The Best” Video From Best Party in Reyjkavik

Stacy Summary: Video from the Best Party that won local elections in Reyjkavik yesterday.

54 comments on ““We Are The Best” Video From Best Party in Reyjkavik
  1. Jim says:

    The feel good hit of the summer, 2 thumbs up

  2. max keiser says:

    curious to see how Americans react when the fiat currency rug is pulled out from beneath them . . .

  3. ronron says:

    clean out hour. wish i could be there.

  4. turbulence says:

    Writing here from Germany.

    - Lena won the Song contest because Germans have paid for the debt of other Europe countries, this was to bring some european unity mood in to the germans.

    - The President Köhler step down today. What does he know?
    New war coming?
    Maybe Korea?

    Please Stacy and Max and all others listen to this interview:
    http://www.kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/Broadcast/Entries/2010/5/28_Felix_Zulauf.html

    how the deflation will suddenly turn into inflation.

    terrible times :(

  5. frances snoot says:

    “curious to see how Americans react when the fiat currency rug is pulled out from beneath them . . .”

    Who’s pulling the rug? Isn’t it the IMF: the Friedman Mirror Placement Service installing the new world (order) for us in their stand-by-agreement countries, like Iceland?

    Something about exchange rate reform….

  6. Mother Earth says:

    Fitch workers are going to find some escargos wrapped in Le Monde on their doorsteps…That is what you get for trying to look cool with your head up a dunghole..

  7. Mike/Liverpool says:

    Max you remind me of a girl who i knew whom used to flirt with everyone……but never dropped her nickers!

    WHEN is this “Great Act” going to happen????

    Mind you i can see Turkey joining BRIC’s after this, also they get the new S 4000 Russia air defence system……& other stuff!

    Mike

  8. ronron says:

    it’s force majeure and i can’t wait.

  9. Jay Walker says:

    @Max, American’s reaction will be very simple. They will find a scapegoat. If it’s one or a few individual(s), tarring and feathering will ensue. If it’s a nation, war will ensue.

  10. jischinger says:

    The US needs one of these.

    Anyone who would like to print, make a few copies and put them up in your local cafes, even the US, feel free. Make sure you link to the reward.
    http://financialterrorists.wordpress.com/bad-boys-bad-boys

  11. g7enn says:

    Great video. Thanks. Maybe little Iceland will show America the way to freedom. I suspect the powers that be fear Iceland because freedom is ringing from there and they want to nip it in the bud. I worry that the volcano there is HAARP caused. There is some evidence this is so. There is, also, a second much bigger volcano likely to erupt in the area. I pray this does not transpire.

    Iceland Volcano LIVE HAARP
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ktA_rU_Orc

    Volcanic Ash Receiving Electric Charge;
    http://cryptogon.com/?p=15682

    2nd Iceland volcano issues warning
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/37371442/ns/world_news-europe/

    ICELAND VOLCANO induced by H.A.A.R.P.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cV4GJBB6g0A&feature=related

  12. Douglas aka Thunder Preacher says:

    No wonder Iceland will keep on killing whales to pay of its debts when it is the biggest idiocracy on the planet. I hope the island sinks with the next volcanic eruption…

  13. ronron says:

    what? iceland ceased whaling 21 years ago. fuck off.

  14. Douglas aka Thunder Preacher says:

    Knock yourself out Ronron… http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&client=opera&hs=JEU&rls=nl&q=iceland+resumes+whaling&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    You are entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts.
    I know it something Max won’t address, because it is not so convenient in his promotion of that cold piece of rock versus Max’s admiration for the Sea Shepperd organization.
    But I will admit I was almost fired once for bringing it up to an Icelandic customer.
    THAT is how commerce worked, then and now.
    Try to bring up boycotting Israhell at work and tell me how that went.

  15. FiatMentalist says:

    “curious to see how Americans react when the fiat currency rug is pulled out from beneath them ”

    curious? What are they fucking lab rats?

  16. Wahrheit says:

    This music video sets a bad precedent.

    Q1: What if bad people can sing and get elected because they sang well?

    Q2: What if good people cannot sing and fail to get elected because they sang poor or not at all?

    What’s next, electing an actor to become president because he bullshits well? Oh wait…

  17. ronron says:

    woops.

  18. Mike/Liverpool says:

    In Euro-land!
    Mike

  19. Mother Earth says:

    @FiatMentalist

    Most of them yes, actually..courtesy the disengaged FDA..

  20. Harry says:

    @Warheit:

    > What’s next, electing an actor to become president because he bullshits well? Oh wait…

    ROFLROFL!
    There were no-pro actors before that..

  21. frances snoot says:

    @fiat:
    What’s the difference between an international reserve asset (sdr) and a globally issued or global reserve asset (Strauss-Kahn’s wet dream item). It would seem to me that the understanding of the difference in the assets of our monetary authorities (before and after reform of the international financial system) as correlate to ‘reform of the formation mechanism of the exchange rate’ might lead to an ability to jump when the tug comes pulling.

  22. frances snoot says:

    “China will continue to steadily advance the reform of the formation mechanism of the RMB exchange rate under the principle of independent decision-making, controllability and gradual progress.”

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/bizchina/2010-05/24/content_9886422.htm

    This is in reference to Zhou’s essay:

    http://www.bis.org/review/r090402c.pdf

    “The desirable goal of reforming the international monetary system, therefore, is to create an international reserve currency that is disconnected from individual nations and is able to remain stable in the long run, thus removing the inherent deficiencies caused by using credit-based national currencies.”

    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_7070/is_1_4/ai_n28363551/

    “The compulsory foreign exchange purchase and sales system distorts market supply and demand while the rigid exchange rate regime reduces the role of the Central Bank to one of passive intervention.”

    See: central bank inflation targets combined with flexible exchange rates as the ‘reform’ via a global bank with ‘teeth’ to regulate these exchanges

  23. Fibon11235 says:

    @ Max and Stacy… dont let whatever get you down, stay honest !!!

    There is something nice about the Iceland politicians they seem human.

    I get the impression that things are coming to a head in many economists mind? so why? iIs that is it the sovereign debt defaults or something else, what has changed?. I cant see what has changed other that a continuation of the same old. EXCEPT

    Is it because the Chinese and Germans are now spooked and seen to be spooked by actions?????.. Would love the time lines but really who knows!! LOL. Personally its time to dig in and hunker down.

    Do you know something. I noticed Mark Faber seems a little more concerned than usual too?

    SEE THIS?

    Germany-based GOLD to go, which is currently churning out 50 gold machines a month to meet a recent jump in demand, launched its first ATM in Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace Hotel earlier this month and opened its second in Germany last week.

    http://fofoa.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2010-01-01T00%3A00%3A00-08%3A00&updated-max=2011-01-01T00%3A00%3A00-08%3A00&max-results=24

  24. FiatMentalist says:

    @Snoot

    My only question is why do you comment here?

  25. frances snoot says:

    Perhaps, Fiat, because I desired to be a part of the last vestige of discursive reality before the silence of conformity was enforced by those who prefer ‘truth’ to inquiry.

  26. Rick McCartie says:

    yaaaaaay Stacy !!!!!!!

  27. frances snoot says:

    Remember Fiat:

    The key to fiat is exchange as contained within the arbitrary digression of our monetary authorities, and the end of fiat is the end of our social contract with these same monetary goons.

    We find freedom when we find the willingness to die to the context of their inherently arbitrary nominal definations.

    The only truth is that which sets one free.

  28. Jim says:

    “curious to see how Americans react when the fiat currency rug is pulled out from beneath them ”

    They will create new nursery rhymes for sure.

  29. FiatMentalist says:

    To answer your question Snoots on SDR’s ect

    I dont know.

    But thats the key answer isnt it? The question that those who also are in the “I dont know camp” becomes who rules?

    Who should rule snoots?

  30. frances snoot says:

    Who should rule snoots?

    How about Jim?

    Jim be nimble
    Jim be quick
    Jim jumped over his
    Own fat _____.

    Fill in the blank, Fiat.

  31. Jim says:

    I got one for you Frances Snoot…

    Why don’t you go f&ch yourself with your face!

  32. ronron says:

    rule. WTF. nobody should rule. you need a fucking ruler? if we could have the same laws for all we wouldn’t have rules.

  33. ronron says:

    hey jimmie boy. learn how to spell fuck.

  34. frances snoot says:

    Just a stab at nursery rhyming, Jim. I thought you indicated Americans had a particular nab at it?

    I would have put the word candlestick in the blank. Why, did you have another choice, Jim?

  35. FiatMentalist says:

    “end of fiat is the end of our social contract with these same monetary goons.”

    Yeah, their paper their kingdom and they will do anything to keep that spell going. Im trying to figure if they can keep it or use some funky mechanisim to shift it sideways. They need to keep their power and their heads.

    Max you still “curious” to see what “they will do anything to keep that ” means?

  36. Peter Pan says:

    What a brilliant example of political campaign – Ron/Rand Paul need something like that. It will kill the warmongering bastards in Washington.

  37. FiatMentalist says:

    “if we could have the same laws for all we wouldn’t have rules”

    You advocating natural law ronron?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_law

  38. Jim says:

    You are exactly correct snoot! The quip was a shock awe effect to show how Americans will react?what Americans will go through. Did your mouth drop by the way? Thats one way how Americans will react to the news of their currencys demise and possibly their way of life gone. I would not want to see what is forecasted and am hoping all this fear can lead to positive change for the whole world to benefit. BTW why didnt you say Candlestick in the first place? I thought you meant debt!

  39. ronron says:

    @Fiat. don’t try that shit with me. sick of lets go deep round here. everybody’s a genius round here. ya falla fella,

  40. Tony says:

    So now the Icelandics hand power to bunch of aging hipsters, who no doubt owe their own positions of prominence to endless hours of @sskissing the now passing financial oligarchy?

    Sorry kids, I don’t see this bunch working out either. But keep trying! Many truly are pulling for you.

  41. jischinger says:

    Max maybe you should start thinking of forming a party and running

  42. David says:

    @Tony”So now the Icelandics hand power to bunch of aging hipsters, who no doubt owe their own positions of prominence to endless hours of @sskissing the now passing financial oligarchy?”
    The reason people in Iceland are voting for these guys is precisely because they don´t have ties to the financial elite. As opposed to the other political parties.

  43. frances snoot says:

    @Jim:
    I think your classification of Americans as an aggregate grouping of imbeciles reflects previous conditioning.

    I didn’t use the word ‘candlestick’ because it didn’t rhyme. I asked Fiat for help.

    If we enable those with liquidity in sdr to reform the international financial system by consolidating their apartheid empire and deleting any currency competition, then we shall all relinquish ‘hope’ for ‘change we can believe in’.

  44. Tony says:

    You know, a good amount of the money stolen from the working classes has been showered upon the loyal and politically correct upper middle classes as payment for their cooperation. And that includes the loyal opposition be it “progressive’ or “conservative.”

    So should you fit somewhere near that description, don’t be too surprised when the feathers and the tar come flying at you. Despite even the white purity of your public heart the guilotine may yet know the truth.

  45. ronron says:

    not bad tony, not bad. a little uncoordinated, but not bad.

  46. Bob says:

    disneyland? fail.

  47. nobody says:

    Oh, I love it. Stacy, thanks for the video clip.

  48. Bonn says:

    Err Emmm
    “We will not accept medicore only the Best”
    I see Iceland going bankcrupt again
    Tis is where all ta Crap starts We want the Best of the Best Of the Best

    Just freakin have Transparency @ all levels tas all
    It will solve lotta problems
    Tear is no such tin as best
    tis lack off oportunity & tee Stupid stupid Pyrmidal society structure we have and fer god nose why we perpetuate
    Hic ;-)

  49. Harry says:

    @bob, if they allow Disney after the USA collapse then stuff will be different.

  50. Casper Studly says:

    Hmm. What an ugly little dog.

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