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Monday, February 20, 2012

Mass Exodus of World Bankers... what's going on?


Rumours and conspiracy theories are flying all over the blogosphere tonight as it is becoming increasingly evident that there is a mass exodus amongst the ranks of the world's leading bankers.

1) Feb. 6, 2012 / Bank of India CEO Chaturvedi resigns
2) Feb. 10, 2012 / Tamilnad Mercantile Bank CEO resigns
3) Feb. 13, 2012 / Kuwait Central Bank CEO resigns
4) Feb. 15, 2012 / World Bank CEO Zoellick resigns
5) Feb. 15, 2012 / Anz Bank CFO Australia resigns
6) Feb. 15, 2012 / Nicaraqua Central Bank Pres Rosales resigns
7) Feb. 15, 2012 / Royal Bank of Scotland Australian CEO Stephen Williams resigns
8) Feb. 15, 2012 / Nova Kreditna Banka Maribo CEO resigns
9) Feb. 15, 2012 / Nova Ljubljanska Banka CEO resigns
10) Feb. 17, 2012 / Credit Suisse Chief Joseph Tan resigns
11) Feb. 18, 2012 / German President Christian Ruff resigns

All of it comes as a stunning speech is made by Sir James of Blackheath in the British House of Lords with allegations involving the stunning amount of $15 Trillion. Sir James described a set of mysterious transactions where over $15 trillion dollars was transferred via HSBC to RBS a few years back by one individual, who then proceeded to lose that money when RBS was taken over.

There are also rumours Goldman Sachs CEO Blankenfein was asked to resign but refused.

Is it all connected?  It's worth keeping tabs on.

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3 comments:

  1. 15 trillion by ONE individual???!!!

    do you have any links I'd love to read more about this?

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  2. It's baloney--a scam by a Malaysian con-man, Riyadi. It's been extant since 2007 and that wacky English Lord got caught out by fake documents and rumours.

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    1. More deflection of truth through the disinfo terms of choice: "baloney," "scam," "con-man" "wacky." You won't be able to dismiss this story with facile disparagement. It is part of the total unraveling of those who have ruled us until now.

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