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    http://rt.com/news/al-jazeera-loses-staff-335/

    Al Jazeera exodus: Channel losing staff over ‘bias

    Key staff from Al Jazeera’s Beirut Bureau have resigned citing “bias” in the channel’s stance on the conflict in Syria.....
    Bureau Managing Director Hassan Shaaban reportedly quit last week, after his correspondent and producer had walked out in protest.
    Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it's getting!

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    http://www.abndigital.com/page/news/...-of-DBSA-Chief

    BIDBS - Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited - Resignation of DBSA Chief
    Posted Mon, 12 Mar 2012

    Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited - Resignation of DBSA Chief Executive Officer Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited
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    http://english.irib.ir/news/politica...-to-corruption

    Monday, 12 March 2012 12:52

    Twelve Jordanian MPs resign in protest to corruption

    Twelve Jordanian lawmakers have resigned in protest to the corruption within the Jordanian government.

    According to German news agency, this mass resignation of Jordanian lawmakers took place after the Jordanian Parliament, last Wednesday, rejected the call of one of parliamentary committees for judicial inspection of the former Jordanian premier, Marouf al-Bakhit, who is charged with illegal sales of a phosphate-producing company to the Bruneian government.

    As of January 2011, the Jordanian people have also held peaceful demonstrations, demanding political and economic reforms and an end to corruption in Jordan.

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    http://www.siasat.com/english/news/h...nister-resigns

    Shimla, March 12:
    Himachal Pradesh Health Minister Rajeev Bindal, facing allegations of corruption from the opposition Congress, denied the charges but Monday submitted his resignation to Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal.

    Refuting the allegations of "amassing immovable assets", Bindal told the state assembly: "I am resigning from the cabinet."

    Earlier, pandemonium prevailed in the house over the assets allegedly acquired by Bindal and his family since he became minister in January 2008.

    After disrupting the house during the question hour, the Congress legislators staged a walk out.
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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...to-resign.html
    12 March
    Silvio Berlusconi promises to resign

    Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to resign after his proposed economic reforms are approved by the country's parliament.

    Exactly when Mr Berlusconi will hand in his resignation and bring to a close his 17 years in the political limelight was unclear last night.
    The Italian Senate, the upper house of parliament, is due to vote on the package on Nov 15, but if it is approved it would then have to go before the Chamber of Deputies, the lower house, where Mr Berlusconi no longer holds a majority.
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    Quote Posted by Bryn ap Gwilym (here)
    Quote Posted by Sabrina (here)
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2012/m...kenneth-clarke
    UK 11 March

    Bill of rights commissioner resigns over bypass of Commons
    Michael Pinto-Duschinsky claims commission set up by Ken Clarke and Nick Clegg has sidelined parliament and the PM

    A government commission set up to examine the establishment of a British bill of rights has "sidelined parliament and the prime minister", one of the commissioners has said after his resignation.

    Michael Pinto-Duschinsky said he was forced to resign because of his belief that the UK parliament, rather than the European court of human rights, should have the final decision on issues of human rights. He claimed his fellow commissioners were ignoring the prime minister's desire to reassert the sovereignty of Westminster over the European court.
    Is this a prime example of the dummy being spat out?

    There are those in parliament who are trying to scrap human rights and if it wasn't for the EU then its just possible that Briton would now be in lock-down mode. The picture is not as black 'n' white as people aree made to believe.
    Home Secretary: scrap the Human Rights Act
    I wouldn't personally put any faith into the EU protecting our liberties. As with any other thread, we're all going to have our own interpretations of these resignations (and also a substantial amount of fraud allegations). Reckon that intuition is a pretty good thing to have at this time - plus various members different experiences and backgrounds.
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    Quote Posted by gypsybutterflykiss (here)
    i know that this might not have anything to do with this thread, but maybe it does. i dreamed this morning that a bank of America plane crashed and burned in a small town.
    when i called 911 they told me this one just has to burn.

    Well the Nesara lot (or some followers) are talking about a new currency coming in today or tomorrow - so who knows
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    Do people think there's any truth to NESARA? It sounds cool but they've bee talking about 'imminent announcements" for years. So I don't know what to believe... What's John MacHaffie's track record? He seems great as well, but I'm not sure how reliable his info has proven in the past.

    Best just switch off the net and trust my gut.

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    http://www.rechargenews.com/business...icle307139.ece

    Eldrup quits as boss of offshore wind pioneer Dong Energy

    Anders Eldrup has unexpectedly resigned as chief executive of Denmark’s Dong Energy, the world’s leading offshore wind developer, with chief financial officer Carsten Thomsen to take the helm for the time being.

    During his 11 years as chief executive, Eldrup, a former civil servant, oversaw Dong’s transformation from managing Denmark’s North Sea oil and gas resources into a major European utility, and a pioneer in the offshore wind sector.
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    http://americankabuki.blogspot.com/p...rld-banks.html

    Kabuki's list now at 320.

    3/12/12 (USA) John Lewis Partnership Pension Trust, head of investments Andrew Chapman, resigns
    http://goo.gl/hevqh
    3/12/12 (USA CA) California’s Department of Financial Institutions, commissioner William Haraf resigned. The DFI did not say why he is leaving.
    http://goo.gl/zquTc
    3/12/12 (KUWAIT) Gulf Bank, Chairman Ali Rashaid Al Bader quits
    http://goo.gl/LDz9b
    3/12/12 (UK and IRELAND) Allfunds Bank, head of UK and Ireland Alan Gadd is stepping down from his role at the end of April.
    http://goo.gl/4DF6i
    3/12/12 (USA) ICAP, CEO of the electronic broking business David Rutter step down following a restructuring of the business.
    http://goo.gl/SUHqW
    3/12/12 (UK) SVG Capital, chairman Nicholas Ferguson resigns. His departure left him well placed to succeed James Murdoch as chairman of BSkyB should the latter bow to investor pressure and step down. Other investors in the satellite broadcaster suggested Ferguson might be seen as too close to Murdoch to win the support of institutional shareholders.
    http://goo.gl/z19wH
    3/12/12 (SOUTH AFRICA) The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), CEO Paul Baloyi resigns.
    http://goo.gl/yX4xo
    3/12/12 (USA) Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc, CEO Bryan Marsal Resigns Title, Remains on as Adviser
    http://goo.gl/1K9zV
    3/12/12 (USA IL) CME Group Inc, CEO Craig Donohues will step down at year end.
    http://goo.gl/lvzgC
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    Thanks for your research and updates, Sabrina! Much appreciated
    Kathie
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    From the Facebook Global Mass Resignations site.

    General update of all the resignations and cases that got lost in the haystack which is the global news network.
    They've been added to The List here: http://tinyurl.com/7fdhsxz

    Many thanks to contributor Sophie Choe for finding these! :D

    - 3/09 (Bulgaria) Chief of staff of Social Policy resigns

    - 3/09 (US) Editor-in-chief of Billboard resigns

    - 3/09 (US) Deputy editor of Billboard resigns

    - 3/09 (US) Publisher at Billboard resigns

    - 3/09 (US) South Carolina governor indicted on seven counts

    - 3/08 (Canada) Nunatsiavut Minister of Education and Economic Dev. resigns

    - 3/08 (Norway) Chief of ministry of family and equality issues resigns

    - 3/08 (US) Cablevision marketing EVP resigns

    - 3/08 Bulgarian judge sues interior minister for Libel

    - 3/02 (US) Monmouth University president to retire

    - 2/28 (Estonia) Skype's manager resigns

    - 2/26 (US) Georgia Democratic party chief of staff resigns

    - 2/24 (US) CEO of Seattle Chamber of Commerce resigns

    - 2/24 (Ghana) Education Minister resigns

    - 2/22 (US) President of Paramount Animation resigns

    - 2/17 China Sky Chemical Fibre under police investigation

    - 2/17 Bulgaria's NHIF director resigns

    - 2/17 (Uganda) 2 Gender Ministers resign over corruption scandal

    - 2/16 (US) MCSE director resigns under scrutiny

    - 2/14 (US) North Carolina bank commissioner resigns

    - 2/13 (US) CFO of pharmaceutical company AmerisourceBergen unexpectedly resigns

    - 2/09 (China) CEO resigns from China Sky Chemical Fibre

    - 1/30 (US) New Jersey commissioner steps down

    - 1/27 (US) Google Payments head exec resigns

    - 1/25 (US) President and COO of Starz Entertainment and Starz Media suddenly resigns

    - 1/18 (Ukraine) Finance Minister resigns

    - 1/06 (Singapore) President and CEO of SMRT Group resigns


    What's up at Billboard then? Entertainment jumping off as well...

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    Tycoon Vekselberg resigns from Rusal’s board
    The Associated Press
    Tuesday, March 13, 2012 | 3:26 a.m.


    Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg has stepped down as chairman of aluminum giant Rusal, warning of a "deep crisis" at the company.

    The resignation prompted Rusal to suspend trading of its shares Tuesday after they shed 1.3 percent of their value on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

    Vekselberg said in a statement issued late Monday that Rusal was being badly managed and had been weighed down by debt.

    The company, the world's largest aluminum producer, replied Tuesday by saying it had planned to replace Vekselberg for failing to fulfill his duties as board chairman over the past year.

    Vekselberg had chaired the board of Rusal since its founding in 2007. He is Rusal's third-largest shareholder and holds a 15.8 percent stake in the company.

    http://en.gazeta.ru/news/2012/03/13/a_4089045.shtml


    Viktor Vekselberg, one of the largest shareholders of CO Rusal has resigned as the chairman of the company.
    "Unfortunately, I have to state that currently CO Rusal is in a deep crisis, triggered by the managers' actions. They turned Rusal from the world aluminum leader into a company, overburdened with debts, involved into a number of lawsuits and social conflicts," Veklselberg, 54, said in an online statement......
    Trading in the aluminum producer in Hong Kong was suspended at 9:31 a.m. local time after it opened 1.3 percent lower. It has fallen 43 percent since it sold shares in January 2010 at HK$10.80 in an initial sale to raise $2.34 billion.
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    http://www.portugaldailyview.com/01-...esday-13-march
    PORTUGAL
    PRESS REVIEW – TUESDAY, 13 MARCH
    The main headlines in the Portuguese press this Tuesday are reporting on the resignation of Secretary of State for Energy Henrique Gomes after his clash with the government regarding the contributions paid to power utilities.

    Other leading stories include a case of tax fraud inside the state-owned bank Caixa Geral de Depósitos.
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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2...ixeira-resigns

    Fifa corruption intrigue deepens as Brazil's Ricardo Teixeira resigns
    • Brazil confederation president a key figure in Fifa for 22 years
    • Teixeira blames ill-health and insists: 'I've done my duty'

    The intrigue enveloping Fifa has deepened with the resignation of Ricardo Teixeira, president of the Brazilian football confederation (CBF) for 22 years and a long-time powerful figure within football's world governing body. Under pressure in Brazil over the organisation of the 2014 World Cup and at Fifa following a series of corruption allegations, Teixeira's resignation has been predicted for months. When it came, however, he said it was on the grounds of ill-health. Last year Teixeira took temporary leave of absence for diverticulitis, a bowel condition.
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    prophecies of the bankers hanging from the lamp posts in wall street comes to mind

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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti....html?ITO=1490
    13 MARCH
    Former News International boss Rebekah Brooks and her husband among six arrested in phone hacking dawn raids
    Five men and one woman arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice

    Rebekah Brooks and millionaire husband Charlie arrested at their Chipping Norton home
    23 people have now been arrested under Operation Weeting, the phone-hacking probe
    Rebekah Brooks and her millionaire husband have been arrested on a day of dramatic developments in the phone hacking scandal.

    The former News of the World editor is one of six people held today in a series of dawn raids carried out by Metropolitan Police officers.
    News International head of security Mark Hanna was also among those arrested, according to Sky News.
    All of the individuals were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice under Operation Weeting.

    Mrs Brooks, 43, and her racehorse trainer husband Charlie, 49, an Eton schoolfriend of David Cameron, were arrested at their home in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
    The former News International chief executive is being questioned at an Oxfordshire police station, while Mr Brooks is being interviewed at a Buckinghamshire police station.
    Officers are searching several addresses in London, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and Hertfordshire, Scotland Yard said.

    (full story at the link - and cannot remember where down the rabbit hole I read that the system they may have hacked into/or dipped into, isn't the conventional one we think it is?).

    And the Sky News story on it here:
    Brunt said one of the men is head of security at News International, Mark Hanna, who was arrested at a business premises in east London.
    http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16187709
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    And re: the News Int. story above:

    http://content.met.police.uk/News/Si.../1257246745756
    Metropolitan Police Release (UK)

    Six arrests re Op Weeting


    Police have today (Tuesday, 13 March) arrested six people at addresses in London, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and Hertfordshire.

    The co-ordinated arrests were made between approximately 0500 and 0700 this morning by officers from Operation Weeting, the MPS inquiry into the phone-hacking of voicemail boxes.

    All six - five men and one woman - were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, contrary to the Criminal Law Act 1977.

    A number of addresses connected to the arrests are being searched.

    Today's operation follows consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service.

    Details of the arrests are as follows:

    A 49 year old man was arrested at his home address in Oxfordshire and is being interviewed at a Buckinghamshire Police Station.

    A 43 year old woman was arrested at her home address in Oxfordshire and is being interviewed at an Oxfordshire police station.

    A 39 year old man was arrested at his home address in Hampshire and is being interviewed at a South West London police station.

    A 46 year old man was arrested at his home address in West London and is being interviewed at a central London police station.

    A 38 year old man was arrested at his home address in Hertfordshire and is being interviewed at a central London police station.

    A 48 year old man was arrested at a business address in East London and is being interviewed at an East London police station.
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    More on News International and Rebekah Brooks

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/feature...ah-brooks.html


    Former Murdoch deputy bagged with husband.

    Rupert Murdoch’s flame-haired former deputy Rebekah Brooks is back in jail, part of a police sweep that took in five others in an investigation into phone hacking at News Corp. Brooks’s husband, horse trainer Charlie Brooks, was also taken in. The arrests constitute the biggest haul since the beginning of the investigation; police say that several addresses related to the arrests were also searched. Brooks was editor of News of the World and then CEO of News International, Murdoch’s newspaper arm, until she resigned in July. She was arrested and bailed out last summer.


    and Nov 2011 report:
    Report: Murdoch Gave Brooks $2.72M Severance
    Plus office, limousine after she resigned.

    This should raise a few red flags: Rupert Murdoch allegedly gave former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks roughly $2.72 million in cash, a London office, and a limousine as part of her severance. Brooks quit in July amid hacking allegations aimed at the company's News of the World tabloid and was arrested and subsequently released on bail days after she resigned. The question of why Brooks was given such a generous severance package will no doubt be raised when James Murdoch, Rupert Murdoch's son, returns to Westminster on Thursday to answer more questions from the Commons Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee about his knowledge of illegal activities that went down at the paper. (before he resigned this year....).
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    KPMG's new boss has the X-factor
    Daily Telegraph Finance UK - 13 March
    X-rated stuff from big four accountancy firm KPMG.
    At 11.30am yesterday partner Simon Collins was announced as the new UK boss.
    The opening line of the carefully crafted statement, on the front of KPMG’s media page, read: “KPMG has announced that XXX will become its new UK Chairman and Senior Partner.”
    Racy. Well its corporate colour is blue.

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    Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it's getting!

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    This seems to be bordering on ridiculous !!! 320 now !!

    320 RESIGNATIONS FROM WORLD BANKS, INVESTMENT HOUSES, MONEY FUNDS
    http://americankabuki.blogspot.com/p...rld-banks.html

    viking
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    'Man has been trained to believe that which he is told- whether it is truth or a lie, to the point now that man is simply victim of the lies. May light come forth that you may recover your pathway to truth'

    "Only at the close of the present major cycle the whole world will join together in the sweetest hymn ever sung upon Earth: a divine anthem of international co-operation, global goodwill and united spiritual purpose"

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