This is the third part of what now appears to be a series of ATS threads concerning the many resignations occurring right now in the banking sector.
Here are the two previous threads, worth reading if you weren't aware of this particular situation:
Massive Wave Of Resignation From Top Level Bankers. The Elite Are Loosing Their Grip or/and
Massive Wave Of Resignations: More Fuel To The Fire, Arrests And Forced Resignations In Full
We've seen a couple of resignations here and there the last few weeks, and some of us have been wondering if it was a normal occurance. Sure, we do
see some resignations at times, but really?
According to this list
, there have been 81 resignations of major bankers/political figures since
November 7th, 2011. More precisely, there have been 75
resignations since February 15th, 2012. This is, as of today, an average of 6.25
resignations a day.
Please notice we're not talking about small and random bankers here. We are talking about high influential figures, such as the head of the World
Bank, the Romanian PM, Haiti PM, Pakistan PM, German President, and MANY CEOs of major banks. We also know that Goldman Sachs' CEO will resign
somewhere this summer.
Here's a quick list of today's resignation du jour, taken from the article I linked above (please mods, don't delete this quick list, I made it so
it would be easier to navigate through the links, not to copy the content)
Deutsche Bank Americas chief steps down
Ebrahim Ebrahim quits as CEO of Khaleeji
Societe Generale’s Investment Banking Chief Steps
Elaf Bank CEO Dr El Jaroudi resigns
Nomura’s Head Of Wholesale Banking Quits
Falguni Nayar Quits Kotak Mahindra Bank
Equiduct chairman steps down
Al Zain steps down as Mumtalakat Holding CEO
Iran’s Bank Melli CEO Resigns Over Loan
AJK Bank’s Executive
Moreno to step down at Lloyds Banking Group
Leung `to enjoy life' as she
calls it quits
Now these are only public resignations. What about the behind-the-door resignations? What about quiet arrests? Now here's where we get more
Today is Monday, and Mondays are the day when Benjamin Fulford, ex asia-pacific bureau chief for Forbes magazine and geo-political analyst, post his
weekly update. So what was written today that would be related to this thread:
As predicted, the collapse of the Satan worshipping financial mafia is accelerating. U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was detained for
questioning by New York police on February 24th and was released after giving evidence about many high level financial criminals, according to New
York police sources. “In most cases we have to slap people to get them to talk but in his case we had to slap him to shut him up,” one of the
interrogators joked. Geithner has been released but is accompanied at all times by an armed deputy to make sure he does not leave the country. Former
Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi of Italy is also proving to be very talkative, sources in Europe say. Berlusconi has been released.
Meanwhile, meetings between White Dragon Society representatives and South Korean government officials last week in Seoul were very productive. is
first report further on the ongoing chaos in Europe and the US before returning to the Asian negotiations. In general what has happened is that dozens
of high level informants have come forth in the past weeks and detailed testimony by them is being gathered. Apart from Geithner and Berlusconi, the
talking big fish include members of the Rothschild family who have come forth with startling information.
Latest Benjamin Fulford Update
So there we go. Remember the rumors about Tim Geithner being arrested? Seems like it may have happened. The thing is that with his high title, these
kinds of action do NOT make it to the mainstream media. Is it true? Hard to say, as I mentioned this part of the thread is more speculative. However,
we get "confirmation" by Leo Wanta (now we can ask ourselves, is this the real Wanta
), as he posted a comment on Ben's update. Here are the
comments from the alleged Leo Wanta and David Wilcock:
Comments from DW and possibly LW
Are you starting to be excited? Now I believe more than ever than something is going on, whether it is a positive event or not. As I've stated in my
other threads, either they're running away from the incoming economic crash, or running away form prosecutions and arrest.
What's my personal opinion? I had mixed feelings when I created the first thread, but I'm starting to believe it may be something good for common
folks like you and I. The news have been very encouraging lately and I hope the momentum will keep on building.
We have seen resignations. We are waiting patiently for arrests and public trials now.
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