So take a sober moment and reflect on the fact that yesterday, according to the FT:
Iceland's central bank raised interest rates by 45 basis points to a record 13.75 per cent on Thursday in an attempt to rein in stronger-than-expected inflation in its fast growing economy.
Now is that a success story for the Icelandic population at large, or a story of the exploitation of their territorial space?
I leave you to choose. I know what I think.