I would like to ask such question. Recently our friends said that after the platforms movement at mark 7 South America will move to the west on about 250 miles, and Gibraltar strait will increase on 125 miles, etc. Could our friends to answer - is it possible that the establishment will be able to hide the facts of the movement of continents from ordinary people? Will receive whether the general public a proof of the continents movement, such as photographs, eyewitness testimony, scientific articles, etc?
Going into the 7 of 10 Indonesia and its neighbors were braced for sinking, prepared to issue all manner of excuses for flooding other than the ZetaTalk prediction. Any investigative reporters were brutally suppressed. As is now history, we now see that rain, land subsidence due to withdrawing water from aquifers, unusually high tides, landslides due to collapsing mines, and sea wall failures have been used as excuses. That flooding lasts for months and refuses to subside is rarely mentioned in the press. Even NASA, in their analysis of their own satellite images on Modis, refuses to acknowledge what is in plain view - the sinking.
When the S America roll began, albeit slowly, it was again clear that such excuses were to be used for sinking on the Caribbean islands. And just as with the Earth wobble, where the sunrise and sunset are out of place regularly, the media avoids any subject that would threatened to point to the accuracy of the ZetaTalk predictions. The mode is first "no comment", and when this does not succeed to ridicule the questioner. NASA has attempted to ridicule Nancy out of existence but has only succeeded in giving her notoriety, shooting themselves in the foot once again.
When avoidance and ridicule fail, and the Internet chatter is viral over the Earth plates being out of position, what then? The establishment will try to keep ahead of these changes by adjusting their GPS satellites, so that nothing seems to be amiss. These satellites speak to each other, and to ground based command centers, and our predictions on plate movements are no secret, so they are armed and ready. But a ship having to add 125 miles to a trip from Spain to the north coast of Africa is a hard secret to suppress on the Internet, especially when balanced by a reduced mileage for ships in the Pacific. Thus it will be the Internet, with chatter about such mileage changes and GPS faltering, that will lead the charge against the cover-up.