Prime Minister of Iceland Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson Accepted BRIBES In Exchange For Allowing MUSLIM REFUGEES Into Iceland! Bribery Money Disclosed In Panama Papers!
Prime Minister of Iceland Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson resigned today over the leaked Panama Papers.
Who Is Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson? Iceland's Prime Minister Resigns Over Panama Papers Scandal
The prime minister of Iceland resigned Tuesday from his elected post after his efforts to conceal millions of dollars in investments were revealed in a massive data leak from a Panama-based law firm that apparently helped facilitate similar efforts from other world leaders and prominent figures. In doing so, Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson became the first head of state to step down after more than 11 million documents were made public this week detailing the role that law firm Mossack Fonseca played in setting up offshore companies and secret accounts through which money laundering and tax evasion regularly took place. IBT Read More>>>>>
Gunnlaugsson was hiding his money for Muslims in offshore accounts.
Where did the money come form?
Well, the money was given to Gunnlaugsson in exchange for allowing Muslim refugees into his country.
Just recently in February he visited Muslims in Lebanon:
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Iceland’s PM Visits Refugees in Lebanon
Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson traveled to Lebanon on Saturday to familiarize himself with the conditions of refugees in the area, according to the Prime Minister’s Office. Yesterday, he met with Georges Kettaneh, Secretary General for the Lebanese Red Cross, and subsequently visited one of seven so-called clinics on wheels, which Icelanders have given financial support. The project provides Syrian refugees with basic healthcare service and serves an important role in the area.
Sigmundur also met with Tammam Salam, prime minister of Lebanon, and Nabib Berri, speaker of the Parliament of Lebanon. Moreover, Sigmundur visited the Shatila refugee camp of Palestinian refugees, spoke with refugees and representatives of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees. Today, Sigmundur plans to visit another refugee camp in Lebanon and meet with leaders of UNHCR and other officials.
He described his visit to a refugee camp in Lebanon Sunday in an interview with Vísir, “This is not a large country; it’s about the size of North-Múlasýsla county [Northeast Iceland], if I remember correctly, but there is an enormous number of refugees here―refugees who have been arriving from Syria because of the war, but there is also a large number of Palestinian refugees who have lived here for generations even, ever since 1948.”
Almost two million Syrian refugees lived in refugee camps in Lebanon in December of last year, but the country’s area is only 10,452 km2 (4,035 miles2). Sigmundur says this has created a lot of strain on authorities in Lebanon. “They fear such a large stream of refugees can threaten the stability of the society.”
After his trip to Lebanon, Sigmundur will travel to London to meet with European leaders to discuss the situation in Syria. IR Read More>>>>>>
Back in August of last year after receiving the Cash for Muslims he appointed a committee of ministers to discuss the placement of Muslim Refugees in and around Iceland's city and towns.
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Prime Minister of Iceland Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson is planning to appoint a committee of ministers to discuss the growing pressure from Icelanders, politicians and the public, on the government to accept more than 50 refugees. “I assume that during Tuesday’s cabinet meeting I will propose the establishment of a special committee of ministers to discuss the problem and evaluate how Icelanders can respond, how we can contribute as much as possible,” Sigmundur told RÚV. “It has been our goal in international politics to be of help in as many areas as possible and this is one of the areas where the need is most right now,” Sigmundur added. IR Read More>>>>>Who gave the PM cash for Muslims?
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