Falsfrétt frá Össuri Skarphéđinssyni

Nú er mikiđ talađ um falsfréttir. Eitt dćmi um slíkar fréttir er í nýlegri Facebook-fćrslu Össurar Skarphéđinssonar. Hann skrifar:

Brynjar Níelsson segir ađ tíu ára afmćli hrunsins sé notađ í pólitískum tilgangi. Í frćgri skýrslu Hannesar Gissurarsonar um hruniđ er ein af niđurstöđunum ţessi: “Ábyrgđina ćtti ţví ekki ađ finna hjá Oddssyni heldur gömlum andstćđingum hans í pólitík…” - Taka ţessi orđ ekki af tvímćli um ađ Brynjar Níelsson hefur rétt fyrir sér ađ ţessu sinni?

Össur slítur orđ mín úr samhengi og rangfćrir. Ţau hljóđa svo í skýrslunni (SIC er Rannsóknarnefnd Alţingis):

While the SIC in its Report confirms many of the unequivocal warnings that the CBI governors uttered in confidential meetings with government ministers in the year preceding the bank collapse, in its general discussion it faults one of them, David Oddsson, for being a former politician so that old political opponents tended to dismiss his advice. The SIC complains of “a certain degree of distrust and cooperation problems” between Oddsson and leading Social Democrats. But whether or not Oddsson distrusted the Social Democrats as much as they may have distrusted him seems of little relevance because the issue was that he was warning them and that they were ignoring his warnings. It was not that they were proposing something which he was dismissing for his own personal reasons. The fault therefore should have been found not with Oddsson, but with his old political opponents who apparently could not set aside old grievances in the face of an approaching danger for the Icelandic nation of which he was warning them.

Ég bćti síđan viđ:

In the second place, this criticism by the SIC also may be regarded as a formal error: There were three CBI governors, in addition to Oddsson Eirikur Gudnason and Ingimundur Fridriksson. If Gudnason and Fridriksson, both of them economists with long experience in central banking and not with any known political affiliation, had disagreed with Oddsson, then he would not have been able to speak on behalf of the CBI. But the two other CBI governors had become convinced, with Oddsson, of the imminent danger. If old foes of Oddsson did not want to listen to him because of his past political career, then they should at least have taken his two colleagues seriously.


Bloggfćrslur 5. október 2018

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