The truth behind Iceland’s volcanic eruption

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by Guy Gutraiman

published on My Deadly Truths and Noble Lies

While the world is still excited to see pictures of the new eruption taking place in Iceland. Here in Iceland there is a secret plan to disable the countries which are holding the country by its neck with the Icesave scandal.

Many people especially in Britain are very much upset. Not only Iceland stole their money, now the are engaging a chemical war against them and effectively shutting down their airports with a lost that goes way beyond the national debt held be the Icelandic nation.

It seems that it was a self fulfilling wish made by Gordon Brown when the crises begun. Now Icelanders act like real terrorist but the funny thing is that almost no one hold them responsible for it.

Iceland is sitting on huge arsenal of volcanic mountain ready to be erupt at any moment. Iceland already developed ways to produce green energy from the volcanic activity underground. They have already learned how to reactivate geysir, one of the famous tourist attraction in the island. With no doubt Iceland also holds the secrets to how to reactivate a monster volcano. Isn’t it too much coincidence that the most affected country by the last eruption was Britain?

While the world is concerned by nuclear weapons and men like Mahmud Ahmadinejad, Iceland is the real treat, and the funny thing is that they have the best cover up anyone could ever thing off. Iceland doesn’t have an army. Who would attack a nation who can’t defend itself?

Many people would be probably upset I discovered their hidden plan and the President of Iceland might even revoke my honor citizenship. However, I am a man of conscious and truth should be told.

See it as a warning. Next time you hear more lies about volcanic eruptions in Iceland. Try to see the big picture. Who knows, you might be next.

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