I found this on an "unrelated" site (seemingly unrelated, but thanks to that person who uncovered this in-the-public-domain news). I did verify the links. Now, I absolutely spend extremely NO time watching banks. And the most I've ever read about the "banking system", is with David Wilcock's Financial Tyranny articles (article 1, article 2). But this series of articles, none of which I fully read, but the titles give the gist, indicates to me that there really is a lot happening along the lines that David (and others) have talked about. Whether it's arrests or resignations, it appears to be a pulling apart at the seams of the old (cabal) system.
So I am just going to list these articles. No particular order. Date of publication, then the title (with link). So here goes. (I'm leaving comments open 2 days on this one; feel free to add your own links and comments)
2-16-12: CFO of ANZ Bank Resigns Amid Turmoil
2-18-12: Embarrassment for Merkel as German president resigns in disgrace after trying to bag the press (okay, not a bank president, but a president, noetheless)
2-10-12: Tamilnad Mercantile Bank MD resigns
2-17-12: Blankfein out as Goldman Sachs CEO by summer? (not an actual resignation, but a possible pending one)
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