Iceland kicked out FBI agents who flew in unannounced to investigate wikileaks operations in the country
We learned from a previous post, agents of the United States government can do what they want, when they want. However, they can’t do it where they want, at least not in Iceland. The leaders of Iceland, who also had the hutzpah to say “no” to their banksters, have expulsed FBI agents who entered Iceland unannounced and were spying on citizens of Iceland.
Is it asking too much of our Canadian leadership to do the same, especially as it regards the residents and citizens of Canada and their banking information?