Queasy effects of Geir Haarde’s BBC interview

I was watching Geir Haarde’s performance on HARDTalk again. 

Whenever the man mentions the words “Lehman Brothers” and “international financial crisis”, in order to divert attention from his own governments gross mistakes I get sick to my stomach. 

When he tells the world that he didn’t speak to the leader of the country that put a terrorist law against his own, my heart stops beating for a minute. Is he actually being serious or is this a fictional BBC drama? 

When he says he “won’t comment” on anything related to David Oddson yet again my soul wants to escape the country that allowed this man to ascend to the position of prime minister. 

It is clear that the man is just not incompetent as a prime minister but as a living, breathing organism.

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