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Freemasons Have Ninjas



"The son of a Canadian diplomat, Benjamin Fulford rebelled against his upbringing and at the age of 17 made his way to the Amazon to live with a native tribe. Wanting to better understand Western society, he spent time in a community in Argentina before attending university in Japan.

Principled, brave, and still a diehard idealist, he resigned as Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief of Forbes Magazine after investigating a scandal the editor refused to report. As he researched global affairs further, he uncovered the complex web of global financial control at the hands of the Rockefellers and Rothschilds - and also the reality of racially targeted bioweapons such as SARS.

It was these plans for depopulation that upset some powerful factions in Japan, Taiwan and China. After being approached by a real-life Ninja, matters came to a head in 2007 when Fulford became the first Westerner for 500 years to be admitted into the Eastern Secret Societies, a group with 6 million members. As their spokesman, he delivered a simple message to the Illuminati:

Recognize that your time is over, step down without a fight, and allow the world to thrive - or face the consequences from 100,000 professional assassins.

Armed with an optimistic vision, Fulford is prepared to be the next Finance Minister of Japan. His plans to spend Japan’s $5 trillion of foreign reserves to end world poverty are inspiring as practical steps to repair generations of damage done by a ruthless ruling elite. This is a man with a deep understanding of both East and West, a global economic historian who thinks way outside of the box, a lover of peace unafraid to speak warrior words."


This comes from Lucius Shepard (lucius_t) at the Inferior Four (theinferior4).

Fulford is, obviously, bent out of shape somehow, but there's something fascinating about his conspiracy theories, his background of hanging with a witch doctor, and ninjas. Haven't listened to the whole thing--it's over an hour in length--but I'll be back later.

Comments

ohilya
Mar. 28th, 2008 09:16 am (UTC)
'Warrior words'?

That means what - you suffer critical damage after hearing him talk?

Roll a d20 for saving throw.
benpeek
Mar. 30th, 2008 10:38 pm (UTC)
did you roll?