Former Central Bank manager Davíð Oddsson gave a frank interview to the
Telegraph, saying among other things that he intends to write short
stories and plant trees.
“I am famous in Iceland’s community of 300,000, and two or three months
ago I used to have two or three guards with me,” he told the journalist at one point. “Now, though, I go where I like. When this was
first going on people would cry hostility towards me, but today I get a very
positive reaction. People were angry and they needed to find out who was
mostly to blame.”
His ability to shunt blame off of himself gets better from there. The entire article can be read here. Enjoy.