The latest reports from Iceland show that the local population know who to blame for their country's financial problems:
Protesting Icelanders storm bank, streets, over economy crisis
Reykjavik - What began Monday as a celebration of Iceland's 90th birthday since its independence from Denmark in 1918 turned into protests by several hundred people who stormed to the central bank in anger over the government's handling of the financial crisis.
Monday's protestors pushed into the Central Bank foyer, loudly demanding the resignation of Central Bank chief David Oddsson.
You can also see a video of the days events here.