During the past 48 hours, a conspicuous number of resignations have been offered, not the least of which from the Director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, retired General David Petraeus. 

Below is merely a sampling of the governmental and corporate senior officials to tender resignations in recent days.  One can presume these reports will only increase given President Obama's re-election which portends not only disclosure of a rogue planet in the inner solar system, but also the end of their way of life.

CIA director David Petraeus resigns in wake of extramarital affair

Lockheed Martin's incoming CEO resigns; replacement named

Laval’s scandal-plagued mayor resigns

Applebaum resigns from Montreals's executive committee

Rona's top executive resigns

Frank Stronach steps down from Magna board chairmanship

Roger Ortiz' resignation official, Cameron Co. searches for replace...

PetroShale Announces Resignation of Director

Hoskins, Sousa resign from cabinet

George Entwistle Resigns as BBC Director General


Other recent resignations:

CEO of STORTEC Tim Knowles Resigns (Nov 6)

Mayor of Montreal Gérald Tremblay Resigns (Nov 5)

Swiss Bank UBS's Head of India Investment Banking Resigns (Oct 30)

Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit Abruptly Resigns (Oct 16)

Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty Resigns (Oct 15)


"We have often referred to the establishment as the arm repressing information about Planet X, repressing any possible panic in the populace, while they themselves know and can prepare. We have, when questioned, referred to this establishment as representing the wealthy, those with corporate clout on an international level, the politically powerful, and the banking establishment. These individuals know each other, the connections obvious.

  • The wealthy own stock, large blocks, and through stock ownership often have influence on corporate holdings of stock. Thus, they influence corporate direction, by threat of vote power as stockholders.
  • The wealthy influence corporate direction. Their lackeys are the CEO’s, who controlling what the public can buy, what jobs are available, and what the public hears on the closely held media channels. In that the wealthy want corporate heads to be their lackeys, they interview them, and thus these individuals are known to them.
  • The wealthy also fund political campaigns, bribe, pay for smear campaigns against political enemies, and assassination of those not cooperating if necessary. Thus, they influence government direction, through bribery, support, or intimidation. The politically powerful thus are known to the wealthy, who put them into office.
  • If the wealthy did not have a hand in elections, in those countries not holding elections, the wealthy soon have a relationship to those in power by engaging in bargaining. A country has resources, labor, or is strategically located, and under the guise of corporate interests the arm of the wealthy reaches in to strike a bargain.
  • The banking establishment has a natural relationship to the wealthy, as they manage the wealth. Wealthy individuals are well known to the banking establishment, who pander to these clients above all others. Bribery of the politically powerful often involves covert movement of funds, to evade detection, and here the banking industry is the link between the wealthy and those they would buy.

Thus, they work as one, as what we have called the establishment, and the arrival of Planet X to wreck havoc on their comfortable lifestyle and ability to control circumstances is not to be an exception. They know each other personally and thus find the information about the approaching monster and the time frame for destruction on Earth shared, naturally, between business interests if not between friends. How would this tight group respond in the last days? They would rely first on governments they control, and the media they control, to repress news. This has been done through the major media outlets, where no news of the Second Sun seen around the world, or the mothership sightings during the last few days, is being mentioned. This has been done through the major world powers by agreement to act as one so as to avoid premature panic. After all, the devastation might not hit, and then panic would be regrettable, so best wait until sure. Countries not among the powerful industrialized countries can invariably be bought or intimidated.

But when the news can no longer be suppressed, when the media is being considered irrelevant by their failure to address the issues, when information sources such as the SOHO or quake statistics begin winking out and closing down as the dichotomy between truth and fiction can no longer be maintained, when earth changes such as rotation slowing and stoppage that are undeniable are upon them, then what? Martial law is an option for few, and only if definite dates and times are known. Troops needed to hold Martial law so the establishment can escape to their enclaves will not cooperate once rotation stoppage is obvious, as they will themselves panic. Media distractions have been done to the point of no longer being effective. Terrorism threats have been called so often, without basis, that the public is casual about them, not taking them seriously, and the agencies involved likewise only paying lip service to the steps involved in alerts. What is left? Slipping away in the dead of night to the enclaves, like rats silently leaving a sinking ship!ZetaTalk

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Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on October 20, 2019 at 6:44pm


Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Reveal Wish to ‘Move to Africa’ as they Break from Royal Duties

Prince Harry would happily leave the UK entirely and move his young family to Africa, it is claimed in a documentary due to air on Sunday night. His wish to live abroad comes as Buckingham Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take six weeks off from Royal duties for some “much-needed family time.”

The break follows Harry and Meghan’s ten-day tour of southern Africa, footage of which will be seen in a documentary prepared by broadcaster Tom Bradby.

The extended period of Royal rest from mid-November will see them fly to Los Angeles to see Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, for Thanksgiving before a return to official duties in the New Year.

Speaking to the Sunday Times, broadcaster Tom Bradby, who interviewed the prince for the show, described him and wife Meghan as “vulnerable and bruised” by the public attention their travels have drawn as well as the controversy surrounding Harry’s pronouncements on climate and environmental issues.

Meghan has also drawn criticism for her observations of British life.

It is claimed the pair are now hoping to build a bush lodge in Botswana, where Harry visited last month. Harry says tonight: “I don’t know where we could live in Africa at the moment. We’ve just come from Cape Town.

“That would be an amazing place for us to be able to base ourselves.”

During an emotional interview for the documentary, Meghan, 38, admitted feeling “vulnerable” during her pregnancy and thanked Bradby for asking about her feelings.

“Thank you for asking because not many people have asked if I’m OK, but it’s a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes,” the former Suits actress said.

Harry, meanwhile, spoke candidly about the pressures of being a member of the Royal family in the spotlight.

When asked by Bradby if he has yet “found peace,” Harry said the grief of his mother’s death still remains, describing it as “a wound that festers.”

“I think being part of this family, in this role, in this job… every single time I see a camera, every single time I hear a click, every single time I see a flash, it takes me straight back, so in that respect it’s the worst reminder of her life, as opposed to the best,” he said.

Prince Harry previously said he and his wife will have no more than two children out of their respect for the planet.

“We are the one species on this planet that seems to think that this place belongs to us, and only us,” he revealed in an interview with ethologist Dr Jane Goodall for the September issue of British Vogue.

In August Harry flew by private jet to Sicily to warn an elite audience of business leaders and celebrities gathered at Google’s annual deluxe retreat that immediate action is needed to avoid an approaching climate catastrophe.

Last month the pair made a controversial trip to Africa to spread their climate advocacy to a new audience. Baby Archie joined them on the 10-day visit along with a team of 13 assistants including a “social media officer” and a hairdresser for Markle.

The Sussexes’ first tour as a family came after the duke and duchess flew to Rome to watch Meghan’s close friend, fashion designer Misha Nonoo walk down the aisle with oil tycoon Michael Hess.

Comment by Scott on August 1, 2018 at 4:20am

Fantasies of escape to Mars? Prepping for elite enclaves in the Aftertime?

United Arab Emirates to Build “Mars Science City” to Prepare Humanity for Off-World Colonization (September/October 2017)
The Mars Science City is part of the UAE Space Agency's Emirates Mars Mission to establish a human colony on Mars by the year 2117.
A central part of the project will involve having a team living in the simulated city for one year to spur innovation in self-sufficient technologies related to energy, water, and food, with possible implications for developing new technologies for use on Earth.
Current concepts for the first large bases and cities on Mars involve in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) to build and operate the facilities. Mars Science City would be the first large-scale test of a facility on Earth to employ ISRU techniques that could one day be used on Mars. The facility will include a series of domes manufactured using 3-D printing processes out of sand from the Emirati desert.

Thus all maneuvers to get to Mars or the Moon are fantasies of the elite.
ZetaTalk July 31, 2017

Despite all the bragado by Musk about settling up colonies on Mars, the Council of Worlds is making the point, once again, that the elite will not be allowed to escape to Mars or the Moon but rather must endure the Pole Shift on Earth with the common man they so much distain.
ZetaTalk October 22, 2016 


Comment by Juan F Martinez on July 29, 2018 at 7:08am

Why are corporate officers quitting in record numbers?


Comment by Howard on July 14, 2018 at 12:27am

A technology expert is interviewed by the super wealthy on how best to survive "The Event".

Survival of the Richest: The wealthy are plotting to leave us behind 

Last year, I got invited to a super-deluxe private resort to deliver a keynote speech to what I assumed would be a hundred or so investment bankers. It was by far the largest fee I had ever been offered for a talk — about half my annual professor’s salary — all to deliver some insight on the subject of “the future of technology.”

After I arrived, I was ushered into what I thought was the green room. But instead of being wired with a microphone or taken to a stage, I just sat there at a plain round table as my audience was brought to me: five super-wealthy guys — yes, all men — from the upper echelon of the hedge fund world. After a bit of small talk, I realized they had no interest in the information I had prepared about the future of technology. They had come with questions of their own.

They started out innocuously enough. Ethereum or bitcoin? Is quantum computing a real thing? Slowly but surely, however, they edged into their real topics of concern.

Which region will be less impacted by the coming climate crisis: New Zealand or Alaska? The CEO of a brokerage house explained that he had nearly completed building his own underground bunker system and asked,

“How do I maintain authority over my security force after the event?”

This single question occupied us for the rest of the hour. They knew armed guards would be required to protect their compounds from the angry mobs. But how would they pay the guards once money was worthless? What would stop the guards from choosing their own leader? The billionaires considered using special combination locks on the food supply that only they knew. Or making guards wear disciplinary collars of some kind in return for their survival. Or maybe building robots to serve as guards and workers — if that technology could be developed in time.

That’s when it hit me: At least as far as these gentlemen were concerned, this was a talk about the future of technology. Only for them, the future of technology is really about just one thing: escape.

When the hedge funders asked me the best way to maintain authority over their security forces after “the event,” I suggested that their best bet would be to treat those people really well, right now. They should be engaging with their security staffs as if they were members of their own family.

They were amused by my optimism, but they didn’t really buy it. They were not interested in how to avoid a calamity. For all their wealth and power, they don’t believe they can affect the future. They are simply accepting the darkest of all scenarios and then bringing whatever money and technology they can employ to insulate themselves — especially if they can’t get a seat on the rocket to Mars.

Douglas Rushkoff, author of "Team Human"
11 July 2018

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on December 31, 2017 at 3:39am

The Dominoes Fall

Why have these 50 Wall Street darlings resigned suddenly?

What do they have in common? Clinton Foundation? John Podesta? Exploitation of personally identifiable data stolen by the rogue C.I.A.? Pedophilia? Money laundering? Drug and child sex trafficking? Murderous satanic rituals? Patent theft?  Or, are they rats leaving a sinking ship and headed for their bunkers before everyone finds out about Planet X?


Comment by SongStar101 on May 15, 2017 at 12:24pm

"They Know Something That We Don't" – Corporate Insiders Are Dumping Their Stocks "At Levels Rarely Seen"


May 3, 2017 1:45 PM

There aren’t any surefire ways to tell if the stock market, and perhaps the rest of the economy, is about to take a nosedive. That’s because millions of people with millions of ideas are involved, so it’s an inherently unpredictable system. However, there are certain players in our economy that have a lot more influence and insider knowledge than the rest of us. So when they make a move in unison, you know there’s a good chance that something is about to go down.

And that’s exactly what’s going on with the stock market right now. The people who would stand to lose the most if the markets crashed; the corporate executives and insiders, are all jumping ship and selling their stocks.

As the investing public has continued to devour stocks, sending all three major indexes to record highs in the last few months, corporate insiders have been offloading shares to an extent not seen in seven years. Selling totaled $10 billion in March, according to data compiled by Trim Tabs

It's a troubling trend facing an equity market that’s already grappling with its loftiest valuations since the 2000 tech bubble. If the people with the deepest knowledge of a company are cashing out, why should investors keep buying at current prices?


The groundswell of insider selling has the attention of Brad Lamensdorf, portfolio manager at Ranger Alternative Management, and he doesn’t like what he sees.


“This is definitely a negative sign,” Lamensdorf wrote in his April newsletter. “They do not see value in their own companies!”

And this isn’t a recent trend. While ordinary investors were optimistically diving into the stock market after Trump was elected, these people were dumping their stocks as far back as February.

Chief executives and other corporate insiders are selling stock hand over fist now that the quarterly earnings season is over, a report from Vickers Weekly Insider shows. Transactions by insiders are restricted around a company’s report.


“Insider selling has jumped again, and this time to levels rarely seen,” analyst David Coleman wrote in Monday’s note.

In the last week, insiders' sale transactions on the NYSE outnumbered their purchase transactions by more than 11 to 1, according to Vickers, a publication of Argus Research. The 11.47 reading is 3.5 standard deviations above the mean, according to Coleman.

Clearly, they know something that most Americans don’t. I’d wager that they know the stock market can’t keep reaching record highs indefinitely, they know the economy is resting on shaky ground, and they know that this sudden surge of investments in the stock market is their last chance to make a killing before the whole thing comes crashing down.

Comment by jorge namour on December 5, 2016 at 12:12pm

From a link:

New Zealand PM , John Key , had suddenly and without much explanation , announced his immediate resignation , effective December 12, 2016.

Matteo Renzi , Italy s PM, announced his resignation too.

Why is this is important news?

Over the past several months , Italy has been hammered with a number of Weather events , from devastating floods to damaging hailstorms and to three earthquakes .

Hundreds of Italians lost their lives in the M6.2 quake on August 24th, the M6.3
quake on october 26 and , the M6.6 quake on october 30, 2016.

As you recall , New Zealand experienced a devastating M7.8 earthquake on November 14 . 2016.

Italy's PM Matteo Renzi to resign after constitutional referendum defeat


(CNN)Italian center-left Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he will resign on Monday, after conceding an "extraordinary clear" defeat in an Italian constitutional referendum.

"Tomorrow the President of the Republic will have a meeting with me and I will hand in my resignation," Renzi said. "I take on full responsibilities for defeat and so I say I lost, not you," he told supporters.

New Zealand PM John Key resigns: 'Ten years at the top is a long time'


Auckland, New Zealand (CNN)New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has resigned, in a move that shocked many observers.

Comment by Mark on October 6, 2016 at 7:51pm

Another billionaire with his space escape plans:

Touchdown! Blue Origin passes its 'toughest test yet' as in-flight escape pod blasts off


The New Shepard escape system has been put to the test in the rocket's 'toughest test yet'.

The in-flight escape pod was tested by Blue Origin in a live stream from West Texas.
The rocket launched and the crew capsule ejected from the booster, falling to the ground slowly with parachutes.
The booster then successfully landed too, meaning the test was even more successful than the crew had hoped.

'Nothing like a rocket and a countdown clock to get your heart going' said the live launch's narrator, before the rocket launched.
Blue Origin engineers had expected searing exhaust from the capsule's motor would tip over the New Shepard rocket, causing it to shut down and then crash in a massive fireball in the desert.
When the capsule and booster successfully landed, the team was overjoyed.
'Beautiful,' one of the engineers said.
'There it is,' another added. 'There you go New Shepard, look at her!'
The Blue Origin spacecraft has two main parts: the rocket booster, and a crew capsule on top.
The main aim of the test was to recover the crew capsule.
After the pressure was at its maximum, the escape motor burnt out and the capsule was ejected.
It then used parachutes to lower itself safely to the ground.
The company, owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, said it would ideally be able to recover the booster, but said it was likely to be lost in the tests.

Comment by Mark on September 28, 2016 at 11:01am

Elon Musk Officially Unveils Plan To Colonise Mars


Elon Musk has officially unveiled SpaceX’s masterplan for sending humans to go and live on Mars.

The billionaire entrepreneur unveiled his vision for space travel at the International Astronautical Conference in Mexico introducing both the spacecraft that’ll take us there but also when he plans on doing it.

Speaking to the audience and to those that tuned in to watch the livestream Musk presented us with two options: We either stay on Earth and become extinct, or we colonise other planets and live.

As far as Musk and SpaceX are concerned, that other planet is Mars.

Musks’s grand vision is the result of years of work by SpaceX to not only speed up the development process but vastly decrease the cost of space travel, two factors that will need to be accomplished if we are to have a hope of reaching the red planet within our lifetimes.

The pinnacle of both those achievements is the Interplanetary Transport System (ITS), a vast reusable spacecraft that will be the largest rocket ever built by man.

Capable of carrying 100 passengers at any one time, the ITS requires a brand-new type of rocket and SpaceX has already built that rocket in the form of the Raptor.

The Raptor is a methane-fuelled rocket that when completed will be more powerful than any other rocket on Earth. Of course that won’t be enough though.

To lift a spacecraft large enough to hold 100 people SpaceX estimates that the ITS will need 40 Raptor engines to lift it into orbit.

Once there the spacecraft enter a holding orbit while the booster lands back down on Earth, refuels and then launches a second spacecraft containing nothing but fuel.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on April 1, 2016 at 3:10am


Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Advisor To The NSA Unexpectedly R...

March 31st, 2016

3-29-2015 – In a report first filed by Jenna McLaughlin of The Intercept it has been announced that David Medine, chairman of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board will be resigning from office July 1, 2016 – his current contract would have kept him office until January 2018. In a statement to the press Mr. Medine went on to say he will be leaving office “ to protect low-income consumers and the privacy of their data in developing countries” but did not specify with whom or where.

During my tenure and thanks to the support of the president and Congress, the board has been able to carry out its timely mission of conducting oversight and providing advice to ensure that federal counterterrorism efforts properly balance national security with privacy and civil liberties.

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board or PCLOB is an independent agency which exists within the executive branch. The agency was established in 2007 as a result of the Implementing Recommendations clause of the 9/11 Commission Act. The board consists of only five members, all of whom are appointed by the President to be confirmed by the Senate. Only the chairman, David Medine serves a full time role. According to the groups mission statement the board exists “to ensure that the federal government’s efforts to prevent terrorism are balanced with the need to protect privacy and civil liberties.​” The news today comes as shock to many, including President Obama. Earlier today the White House addressed the matter in an official press release:

I am deeply appreciative of David Medine’s skilled stewardship of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB), which he has led since 2013 as the first full-time Chairman. David has served our Nation as PCLOB Chairman during an especially momentous period, coinciding with a concerted examination of our national security tools and policies to ensure they are consistent with my Administration’s commitment to civil liberties and individual privacy. Under David’s leadership, the PCLOB’s thoughtful analysis and considered input has consistently informed my decision-making and that of my team, and our country is better off because of it. There is no question that David Medine is as talented and dedicated a public servant as they come, and I thank him and wish him well as he prepares for the next chapter.

The news comes directly on the heels of national headlines in recent days/weeks which call into question the legality and morality of federal attempts to further expand upon domestic spying capabilities. All attempts of expansion of course have been successful. It would be speculation to say this is why Mr. Medine resigned, but it would be foolish to think it did not at least weigh in his decision making. As one political analyst pointed out “trying to convince the NSA to scale back domestic spying is like trying to convince a lion to become more vegan.

3-24-2016 | House Oversight & Government Reform Committee Sends Open Letter To NSA – Discontinue Any & All Attempts To Expand Information Sharing of United States Citizens: https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Lieu-Farenth...

3-27-2016 | Google Reveals The United States Government Hacked Nearly 1 Million GMail Accounts: http://www.techworm.net/2016/03/one-million-gmail-accounts-governme...

3-28-2016 | FBI Hires Israel Intelligence Firm & Cracks Apple Encryption Making It Worthless – Wont Share Methodology: https://theintercept.com/2016/03/28/fbi-got-into-san-bernardino-kil...

3-29-2016 | US Officials Say They Will Continue To Use Court Systems To End Encryption Privacy: http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2016/03/us-says-it-would-use-cou...


THE CHIEF of the independent government agency tasked with evaluating the risk that federal counterterrorism programs present to Americans’ constitutional rights is stepping down unexpectedly.

David Medine, who was confirmed as chairman of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board shortly before NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the massive scale of the U.S. government’s spying operations, has been tugging on the reins of expanding government surveillance power since.

The board is often referred to by its acronym, PCLOB, pronounced “pee-clawb.”

Medine was scheduled to stay on until January 2018. His last day will now be July 1.

“During my tenure and thanks to the support of the president and Congress, the board has been able to carry out its timely mission of conducting oversight and providing advice to ensure that federal counterterrorism efforts properly balance national security with privacy and civil liberties,” Medine said in a statement about his resignation on Tuesday.

Medine wrote that he has decided to work to protect low-income consumers and the privacy of their data in developing countries, but he did not name the organization he’ll be joining.

Prior to joining the board, Medine worked on similar issues — privacy and data security — both in government, including at the Federal Trade Commission, and private practice. He could not be reached for comment Tuesday morning.

President Barack Obama thanked him in an emailed statement, but gave no indication of when he might nominate a replacement or who it might be. “David has served our nation as PCLOB chairman during an especially momentous period, coinciding with a concerted examination of our national security tools and policies to ensure they are consistent with my administration’s commitment to civil liberties and individual privacy,” Obama wrote.

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, first created in 2004 after counterterrorism efforts ramped up in response to the 9/11 attacks, was shuttered and reborn as an independent watchdog in 2013.

The bipartisan five-member panel — chosen by the president and confirmed by the Senate — had access to many of the classified details that surveillance reformers have been clamoring for since Snowden, and its reports have become central to the ongoing debate.

In 2014, the board criticized the NSA’s mass surveillance program vacuuming up millions of Americans’ telephone records, supposedly authorized under Section 215 of the USA Patriot Act —  concluding that there was no real legal foundation for it and it wasn’t fighting terrorism anyway.

Congress chose to shutter the program in 2015, replacing it with a new one that keeps the phone records in the hands of the telephone companies, not on the NSA’s servers.

But PCLOB’s review of the NSA’s overseas spying frustrated privacy and civil liberties activists. The board’s review of the NSA’s surveillance program under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act left unanswered many central questions, including: How much American data is swept up in a program ostensibly intended to capture only foreign communications?

And the board is only now working on a report on the most massive body of spying: NSA surveillance conducted under the Reagan-era Executive Order 12333. Medine’s departure “will not affect the 12333 report,” writes PCLOB spokesperson Jen Burita in an email to The Intercept. “The board is still going to release it this year.”

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