As you may or may not know, two things are happening as of late:
1. The markets were to be shut down when the DOW dropped below 7200. The market closed at 7,114.78.
2. Karl Rove was supposed to appear before the House Judiciary committee to testify about the US Attorney firings. This would open up all the 9/11 proceedings. Rove didn’t even show up (ARTICLE HERE and posted BELOW).
Mark’s comments from 10:34 this morning:
Market has dropped to 7020 +/-. We think that the King of Swords has decided to let it go a bit more while other pieces of the puzzle are falling into place.
9/11 is the 800 lb gorilla we’re all looking for to allow arrests. Always has been.
Karl Rove’s testimony along with the possible Nationalization of Citi and B of A may be the big fish getting fried first.
Mark’s comments from 12:07 this afternoon:
The key to unlock the cascade of NESARA related events is 9/11. Karl Rove is a key thread that, when pulled, will open the sack of indictments against him and his cabal buddies.
Some of them are already in jail and holograms are ‘holding their place’ in the go to jail line. Harriet Miers and Addington are waiting in line.
Greenspan, Bernanke and Paulson have already been arrested and are reportedly singing like canaries.
So, we are very close to meeting the requirements for our Announcement. Today the market came within 9 points of 7200 before they ‘steered it’ back up into higher numbers. [This was written before the market closed.]
It’s a timebomb ready to drop 3000 points on any major bad news…like the Nationalization of Citibank and B of A…or Rove’s testimony.
It’s all in process now. Whether it’s today, tomorrow, this Friday or next week, is to be determined.
It’s like your favorite soap opera. Tune in next week for the next episode…or the season finale!
Quelle Surprise: Rove A No-Show, Again, For US Attorneys Testimony
By Zachary Roth – February 23, 2009, 1:47PM
So today was the day that Karl Rove was supposed to appear before the House Judiciary committee to testify about the US Attorney firings. And of course, Rove didn’t show.
That wasn’t a surprise. After getting the deadline pushed back, Rove had already publicly indicated he didn’t plan on being there, citing President Bush’s claim of executive privilege. Rove’s lawyer had then asked for a second postponement, a request that Judiciary chair John Conyers had declined to grant.
It’s a bit unclear where things go now. The next key date is March 4th — the new deadline for the Obama administration to weigh in on the Harriet Miers and Josh Bolten case, in which President Bush also asserted executive privilege. The new administration’s stance on that case could well also determine how a judge would rule on the Rove case, should the issue go to court.
And given Rove’s continuing failure to cooperate, it looks like that’s where we’re heading.
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