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    Default Re: MASSIVE amount of high profile resignations this month

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    However ... it would not seem to be a good sign that that power is not showing their face so far.

    I am impressed however with the extent of that power's reach ... some serious dudes there, whoever they are.
    In times of war like these, it is in the interest of those whom hold such powers to remain as anonymous as possible, if it is for nothing more than protecting their own lives and those of their families. And not giving the loosing party any more targets than they already have to hit at. Orders Of Battle are best kept as secret as possible until the final battle has been won.
    "Ignoring the evidence is simply another way of ignoring the truth."
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    Quote Posted by mariposafe (here)
    What we need is mass ARRESTS !!!
    Given the corruption in our legal and court system ... I'm skeptical that arrests would mean much ... unless the main stream media reported those arrests in a way to encourage more people waking up and getting a clue.

    It's the negative publicity, from the official sounding sorts of sources that most people trust, that I'd like to see (whether triggered by arrests or by some other mechanism.)
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    Quote Posted by DreamsInDigital (here)
    In times of war like these, it is in the interest of those whom hold such powers to remain as anonymous as possible,
    Good point ... if they have a choice between (1) telling us all who they are, and risk losing, or (2) staying covert, and winning ... and if they are working in the better interests of humanity ... then I wish them success. I'll figure it out later, if I'm still here and perceptive enough.
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    Quote Posted by percival tyro (here)
    This could be A karmic pandemic. I wonder if politicians are susceptible?. Let's hope so...
    That was my thought, also. All this incredible scramble to save infinitely disposable-replaceable fleshy sacks while doing much harm (the relational being more important than the physical, really) to others and their own karmic debt. Looks like the actions of beings who believe they are their bodies. They had an opportunity to try and save us all and did not/are not taking it. If we who are 'left behind' do all we can to help each other, we are in much the better position in the long run, imo. Seems a waste of emotional energy to spend angst on them or vent frustration on the rest of us in any case...

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    Default Re: Massive Bank and High Profile Resignations Across the World

    I personally feel that these people have been asked to leave and they have taken the view that if they are happy to hold onto the money they have fixated their lives upon then let them. The money is immaterial to what is really important, they have relinquished power. Lets also take into account that some of these people may have been force-ably coerced into taking the route they did. If this is the the real deal then we have to consider that we are all culpable either in this life or past and to quote a famous work of literature " he who is without sin, cast the first stone".

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    something is in the air, you don't become a big bank moneyman with the most cush job in the world and then just step down. they know something we don't.
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    Perhaps those who are resigning heard Benjamin Fulford's newest ... that the elites will be hunted down, outed and punished... hahaha
    and so they want to quietly take their sacks of gold into their cushy private bug out retreats? It does seem likely that their blueblood grapevine
    would alert them to some possible upcoming disaster. Who would want to be in a position of blame when TSHTF?

    I am taking this avalanche of resignations as another cue to be sure to have more cash and metals and food on hand.

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    Quote Posted by cellardoor (here)
    Transcript of Kevin Rudd's resignation speech
    KRudd is a rude, arrogant, control-freak snake. JuliaR is a Medusa.
    Both are incredibly incompetent and destructive - they are two of the the three worst Prime Ministers in Australia's history.

    They have robbed Australia's savings and robbed Australia's future - at least $200 billion has vanished.

    The best possible outcome would be for them to kill each other in a political duel.

    MSM in Australia has been totally swamped by the circus of these two idiots fighting it out, totally distracting the sleeping sheeple from what's really going on in the world.
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    Default Re: Massive Bank and High Profile Resignations Across the World

    Dept of Administration Secretary Resigns
    http://www.wvmetronews.com/news.cfm?...&storyid=51127

    G. Willi-Food Announces Resignation of an External Director and Nomination of a Replacement External Director
    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/g-w...tor-2012-02-23

    Senator McGee Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegation
    http://magicvalley.com/news/local/st...2177b86cb.html

    Updated: DEA arrests County Commissioner Willie Gandara Jr. on drug trafficking charges
    http://www.elpasotimes.com/ci_200244...ce=most_viewed

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    Default Re: MASSIVE amount of high profile resignations this month

    Quote Posted by FutureHumanDestiny (here)
    Quote Posted by WyoSeeker (here)
    Keep in mind that it's not uncommon in an election cycle to see people around congress and the white house moving to those fat corporate executive positions they sold us into slavery for.
    agreed, however, people often resign before they can be implicated in any criminal activity. if there's going to be a financial collapse as predicted by Gerald Celente and others, followed by martial law police crackdowns, then it would be logical for bankers and political insiders to resign first. if they strike iran, then the other dominoes will fall soon after.

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    Quote Posted by WhiteFeather (here)
    Does anyone know if The Ceo of Monsanto also packed his bags and high tailed it out to Paraguay along with Boy George Bush and Pappy Bush? LMK
    They're not having such an easy time at the moment tho'.

    http://www.france24.com/en/20120213-...oisoned-farmer

    AFP - A French court on Monday found US agro giant Monsanto legally responsible for the poisoning of a farmer with one of its herbicides in 2004, in a verdict that could have global implications.

    "Monsanto is responsible for Paul Francois's suffering after he inhaled the Lasso product ... and must entirely compensate him," said the judgement from the court in the southeastern city of Lyon.

    "This concerns farmers around the world," said the farmer's lawyer, Francois Lafforgue.

    Grain farmer Francois, 47, inhaled the powerful weedkiller when he opened up a sprayer in 2004. He became nauseated, began stuttering and suffered dizziness, headaches and muscular aches, rendering him unable to work for a year.

    Monsanto was accused of keeping Lasso on the French market until 2007 despite bans of the product in Canada, Britain and Belgium.

    The company also failed to say what its product contained on the label or warn of the risks of inhalation or advise the user to wear a mask, Lafforgue said.

    Monsanto's lawyer Jean-Philippe Delsart had argued that there was no proof of poisoning as the farmer's symptoms did not appear until months after the inhalation.

    Monsanto said the firm had not yet decided whether to appeal the verdict.

    "We feel that there are not sufficient scientific elements that demonstrate the causal link between the use of Lasso and Mr Francois's health problems," said Yann Fichet, Monsanto France's head of institutional relations.

    Generations Futures, which lobbies against the massive use of pesticides, hailed the ruling.

    "The recognition of Monsanto's responsibility in this matter is essential: plant care companies know that from now on they can no longer shirk their responsibilities," said spokesman Francois Veillerette.

    "This is an important step for all farmers and the other victims of pesticides who can at last see firms' responsibility challenged for painful illnesses that affect them, and have their suffering compensated."

    Militant environmentalist and European Parliament member Jose Bove said that France's system for authorising pesticides should be reformed.

    Lasso "was classified as dangerous in the 1980s ... (but) it was only withdrawn in 2007, which shows that the problem of authorisations for these pesticides must be completely overhauled," he told AFP.
    Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it's getting!

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    Does seem to be a shift in that dysfunctional stuff is coming to the surface and those associated are packing their bags. As Avalonians have said, do they see the writing on the wall, are they being pushed or are they being 'detoxed' as part of the cleaning process and shift in energies?

    I don't believe they will all be replaced by the old guard. Times are changing. I'm not fearful on that front. Got to get rid of the dark before the light comes in.



    23 Feb (UK)
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/20...-bower-resigns

    NHS watchdog chief Cynthia Bower resigns
    Care Quality Commission chief executive quits amid criticism of regulator's failure to adequately police hospitals and care home

    The head of the NHS regulator for England, who has been the subject of mounting criticism over the watchdog's failure to adequately police hospitals and care homes, has resigned.

    Cynthia Bower announced on Thursday that she was resigning from her £195,000-a-year role as chief executive of the Care Quality Commission, which she has held since 2008.

    Although she insisted it was "time to move on" after four years helping set up and lead the regulator, it comes after growing public and private pressure for her to quit.
    Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it's getting!

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    Default Re: Massive Bank and High Profile Resignations Across the World

    If anyone's got the resignation compulsion, here's a simple template. I'm very resigned personally .


    To Whom It May Concern:


    The purpose of this letter is to inform you that I will be resigning from my position at “…name of company/organization…” effective “…insert date of first day you will miss work…”.

    While I truly appreciate the opportunity of having worked at “..name of company…” on a continued basis, I will be pursuing this change which I believe to be in my best interest. I am grateful for the experience and relationships that I have acquired while working for “…company name…”, and hope that these will be of mutual benefit into the future.

    Please accept my resignation as notice that my anticipated final day of work will be on “…date of final day of work…”.

    Sincerely,


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

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    Default Re: MASSIVE amount of high profile resignations this month

    Quote Posted by Firinn (here)
    Looking at this from another angle, could this not be something like a "Change of Guard"? Installing another kind of animal at the helm to, lets say for arguments sake, steer them/us in to the "next phase"?


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    This could very well be just a change of guard indeed, its good businesspractice to train your own successor, happens just about everywhere, same old show, new decor and new faces. we'll see what happens next, until real positive changes are taking place in front of our own two eyes we will be just speculating obout what it is that is actually happening around us at this present time.
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    Default Re: Massive Bank and High Profile Resignations Across the World

    http://www.publicservice.co.uk/featu...y.asp?id=18799


    Whatever your ambition, resignation is usually best avoided. Pragmatists choose compromise
    23 February 2012

    Quitting can be a matter of power or principle that divides politicians and civil servants and is rarely worth the price. Resign at your peril, says David Allaby

    If you want to reach the top don't resign, seems to be a statement of the obvious. And such uncomplicated words of wisdom – offered recently by Andrew Adonis as he stepped down from running the Institute for Government – seem to have been absorbed by those who work in Whitehall, but not necessarily by the politicians they serve.

    (unless you're being buzzed by a Galactic ship presumably, or White Hat with gentle politically correct taser gun)....
    Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it's getting!

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    Default Re: Massive Bank and High Profile Resignations Across the World

    Yes Ben, that little speck just past Orion.

    “The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”

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    MEP Nikki Sinclaire held in European Parliament fraud probe
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...ngham-17137739

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    Default Re: MASSIVE amount of high profile resignations this month

    Quote Posted by 665 plumber of the beast (here)
    Quote Posted by Firinn (here)
    Looking at this from another angle, could this not be something like a "Change of Guard"? Installing another kind of animal at the helm to, lets say for arguments sake, steer them/us in to the "next phase"?


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    This could very well be just a change of guard indeed, its good businesspractice to train your own successor, happens just about everywhere, same old show, new decor and new faces. we'll see what happens next, until real positive changes are taking place in front of our own two eyes we will be just speculating obout what it is that is actually happening around us at this present time.
    I agree, in some cases it's bring on the "home grown" successor, keep the status quo kind of thing. In many cases the new CEO's come from other organisations and I believe, a good percentage of those are from other sectors too. Just expressing here a feeling that came to me about how all of these "resignations" could be connected. I'm sure there must be resources on the internet that "profile" CEO's (the successors) in such a way as to predict what "change" they've been drafted in to accomplish? Some may be there who's speciality is to "liquidate" an organisation, others specialise in mergers etc. Now take that information and build the bigger picture, looking for connections between all of these, perhaps uncovering the plan for a new landscape, a "common agenda"?
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    Default Re: MASSIVE amount of high profile resignations this month

    Quote Posted by 665 plumber of the beast (here)
    Quote Posted by Firinn (here)
    Looking at this from another angle, could this not be something like a "Change of Guard"? Installing another kind of animal at the helm to, lets say for arguments sake, steer them/us in to the "next phase"?


    With love,
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    This could very well be just a change of guard indeed, its good businesspractice to train your own successor, happens just about everywhere, same old show, new decor and new faces. we'll see what happens next, until real positive changes are taking place in front of our own two eyes we will be just speculating obout what it is that is actually happening around us at this present time.

    If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck.....

    I don't see how these resignations can be seen as ANYTHING but bad news... I see a huge flushing of "old players" to allow the new; ones who will implement the planned currency & world government changes.. even CHINA.. the suposed home of the "white dragons" is joining in on the game...

    I see a corporate merger happening, mostly bank related (as they hold the reins to the world anyway...) & how anyone can see this as positive baffles me.
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    Snoweagle,

    I agree with you. You have put your words together very well, even the weaponry. You are probably in the 95% of being right. You are not trying to scare anyone, you are simply telling it like it is.

    Harsh, isn't it. The time line may be a little sooner than later. Maybe we shall meet on the other side of III, then again...
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