Benjamin Fulford Wants to Save the Planet
In case you haven't heard of Benjamin Fulford he is a very controversial and outspoken journalist, author and former writer for Forbes magazine.
Born in Canada in 1961, Benjamin Fulford rebelled against his background and he claims that at the age of just 17 he went to live with a tribe of former cannibals in the Amazon.
Links to do with Benjamin Fulford
- Project Camelot | Welcome
Project Camelot is run by Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy who are conducting a series of video interviews with leading conspiracy theorists, alternative historians, whistlebowers and ufologists. For news and challenging views outside the mainstream.
Many years later he ended up in Japan where he learnt the language. He now has around a dozen books out in Japanese. From 1998 to 2005, he was the Asian Bureau chief for Forbes magazine.
According to the Wikipedia entry, Benjamin has claimed that AIDS and SARS are bio-engineered weapons designed specifically to reduce the Asian population. He also says that a "Chinese secret society with a membership of 6 million, including 1.8 million gangsters and 100,000 professional assassins has issued an ultimatum to the Illuminati, warning them that if they persist with their plan to depopulate the earth, they will be stopped.
"The society has created an alliance joining Russia, China, India, South America, ASEAN, the free Muslim nations and Africa that is united in stopping the Illuminati."
Benjamin says that he was approached by a modern day Ninja who gave him a Freemason's badge and told him either he joined them or he would be killed at the age of 46.
Benjamin Fulford has also talked about earthquakes being deliberately created and the use of HAARP technology a a weapon.
In 2007, Fulford became famous on the Internet and in conspiracy theory circles because he managed to get an in-depth interview with David Rockefeller, and on the same video he delivered a threatening ultimatum to the elite that they step down peacefully or face the consequences.
Admittedly Fulford makes some pretty wild claims and many people find it hard to believe him. However, if they want to do some research they will find his credentials as a journalist and author are authentic, and, of course, he demonstrated that he did get to film an interview with Rockefeller.
After the release of the interview on video in which Benjamin delivered a threatening message to the Illuminati he also issued a letter of apology to Rockefeller.
Benjamin Fulford says that all he really wants to do is "save the planet." He has some brilliant ideas for how this can be done. Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan of Project Camelot interviewed Benjamin and he discusses all these subjects and much more in the course of the interview.
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Saaz on May 06, 2019:
I dont think he is trying to save the world, just making a pile of apathetic jackasses more concious about the travesty and corruption of this world!
savasana on December 21, 2016:
I could of swore watching one of his vids that he predicted the Fukashima disaster? I think it was project camelot but can't remember. Anyone know this?
Robert B. on November 30, 2016:
You know, when you know how the Cabal/Illuminati act, you can easily predict what will happen. I've been privy to things, and people most never will, and I can tell you there IS a Cabal. Just look around... We have forgotten so much in this society... I can go on for volumes. I'm going to just tell you there is so much out there. They have technologies that appear science fiction to us, and it goes on, and on... These that deny it are in denial themselves, or, at times, a part of the oppressors. Again, people just have to gain awareness, information, and a certain consciousness...
SifeThe Knife on October 21, 2014:
RE: "MegaMaverick: If you're looking for the truth, then how a person "comes across", whether you admire their bravery or not, shouldn't make a difference. What matters is if they're telling the truth or not.
There are "edge researchers" who have done good work. Look at the remote viewers who worked at Stanford Research Institute, or Jacques Vallee or John Mack. These are people that rely on evidence and properly researching the facts. I believe Benjamin Fulford to be sincere and probably a nice guy, I just don't think he's credible."
No time in recorded history has anyone been fully correct or fully truthful. Yet we sometimes view others as if they are capable of achieving these acts. Myself included, sometimes. We have an energy, or passion if you will, within us that drive us to sometime want to be correct, no matter what. We can be tempted to the point when that passion can be overused or abused. That is the human condition we are all born with.
Let's just assume that some bloggers are more credible and deal with the truth more than others. Thanks for mentioning the two names of the edge researchers, by the way. I will look into them. I hope that they are worthy and their names can be added to the illustrious conspiracy theory list quite a few of us posses.
San Jose, CA
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on December 19, 2013:
jessegil1238 from Bronx, NY on December 19, 2013:
you know about your other sentence talking about Ben's prediction vs Jesus' predictions well, I will tell you that no matter what our beliefs are on doomsday predictions, you must know that religious fanatics are just as much as able to make self-fulfilling prophecies as many other conspiraseers like Fulford are. remember when people thought the that the world was going to end in like 1970 or something like that, well it didn't happen, same thing with recently 2012. So obviously the TPTB know something about the world that we don't and have been trying to make their own con-predictions to the media and academia in order to bring out the end of the world in their way and not ours. wonder why there is no date of when the world will end in the Bible yet in the media they force this fear on everyone?
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on December 19, 2013:
That I couldn't tell you!
jessegil1238 from Bronx, NY on December 18, 2013:
I wonder if Ben Fulford knows any self-defense? I mean according to him, he's been death threats like 12 times.
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on March 27, 2012:
Your sources of info please?
Phoenix on March 26, 2012:
Really? I find it surprising that there are people who're willing to listen to the load of tripe from *convicted cons* like Ben Fulford. He was found guilty in Japan. What "Japanese connections" are credible? His stories about "ninja armies" of 10,000 japanese holding hands and forming a human chain? He's a retard. It's a free world and he's entitled to whatever he wants. What puzzles me is the will of people to give ANY credence whatsoever to his garbage.
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on March 18, 2012:
Personally I find Icke's material just as guilty of mixing in "misleading stuff" such as a hollow moon and reptilian shape-shifters as members of the royal family! He also creates a lot of division and hatred for all members of elite families by demonizing them as satanic shape-shifting reptilians while at the same time talking about how division is a tool of the Illuminati to "divide and rule."
aaron on March 17, 2012:
I'm new to this Benjamin Fulford guy.. seems like he offers a mix of truth and some rather cloudy misleading stuff. Not sure though.
Most of the conspiracy theory stuff I've come across over the years seems to be 'junk food for the mind' ~ something I've seen recently had the missing link that pulled it all together into a positive yet honest perspective ~ check out "The Lion Sleeps No More" By David Icke on Youtube. It's long, but after years of trying to digest this stuff, he offers some key elements that relieved my conspiracy constipation :) ~ hope some of you have the presence of mind and can make the time to watch it.
sandy on March 04, 2012:
Borat also interviewed one of our top member's of congress. what's your point?
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on January 23, 2012:
Jim, I agree with a lot you have said there and have found myself moving on from a lot of this stuff!
Jim on January 23, 2012:
I've been following Ben's comments and writings for years. Most of the things he's predicted have not come to pass. They are entertaining, however. Same with David Wilcock. The history they present may very well be fact. Most of it, however, is cloudy and like many things - we'll never know for sure. Even if we somehow did... it doesn't change what's happening now.
Ben's more enjoyable to read because unlike the others, he presents a "happy ending scenario" where new technology is released to the general public and a sort of utopian era begins shortly.
I think Jesus' predictions for planet earth seem much more likely than Ben's.
The conspiracy theory niche is entertaining in many ways. There are a lot of people who follow who you can talk with about it and share theories with, etc.
I was hooked for some time because for me, it was a form of escapism. My job sucked. I had very little money and I met a lot of people who felt the same way.
At the end of the day, though, it's nothing but "junk food for the soul." It tastes good, but you really get nothing out of it. Eventually, you have to move on to other things because life's just too short.
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on January 14, 2012:
Thanks for your comments!
Grey on January 13, 2012:
You won't find anything real on Bullfford,this guy has the NSA on his side as does Wilcock. How do you get real info on a guy who claims to have ran away in his youth to live in the Amazon then taught himself to speak Japanese and get a job with Forbes.A guy who is somehow so close to David Rockefeller who never gives anyone including highly prestigious journalist interviews but this out of no where baffoon is treated to red carpet welcome.
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on October 30, 2011:
You will find plenty on him!
Greg Johnson from Indianapolis on October 30, 2011:
Interesting, have to do some research on this fellow.
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on October 19, 2011:
Whatever you make of him the facts remain that he filmed an interview with David Rockefeller and that he has been a top writer for Forbes.
batson on October 18, 2011:
A secret society with 6 million members ? SECRET ? 6,000,000?
100,000 professional assassins ?
PROFESSIONAL="for a living"
100,000 working assassins?
This guy claims to hob nob with rich powerful men yet he has to try to sell subscriptions to his lunatic stories on the web to make a living?
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on August 27, 2011:
You're welcome! Thanks for posting!
Aliceinwebland on August 27, 2011:
awesome! I've looked at a video on Ben Fulford before and I immediately liked what I heard this man saying. He keeps it real for most to understand, but there are those of us who go with the deeper runnings too!
It kind of reminds me of the movie 'the day the earth stood still' we'll get a chnace to put things right ad if we fail, a higher authority will step in.
Thanks Bard :)
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on April 28, 2011:
Good points, Boyko!
Boyko Iliev on April 28, 2011:
The interval between two strong quakes in Japan from 11 March 5h 46m and
7 April 14h 32m exactly 27d 8h 46m.
Time for a tour of the Moon around the Earth exactly 27d 7h 43m.
The difference is just 1h 03m.
I ask: Who makes earthquakes?
H.A.A.R.P, Tectonic plates or the moon?
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on August 28, 2010:
Thank you for your comment!
PrometheusKid from Heaven on August 27, 2010:
We make idols of evil and we also make idols of what we believe is going to saves us.
Fraser Orr on April 21, 2010:
MegaMaverick: If you're looking for the truth, then how a person "comes across", whether you admire their bravery or not, shouldn't make a difference. What matters is if they're telling the truth or not.
There are "edge researchers" who have done good work. Look at the remote viewers who worked at Stanford Research Institute, or Jacques Vallee or John Mack. These are people that rely on evidence and properly researching the facts. I believe Benjamin Fulford to be sincere and probably a nice guy, I just don't think he's credible.
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on March 16, 2010:
You're welcome, and I tend to think like you do!
MegaMaverick777 on March 16, 2010:
I read the article as well as the response by Benjamin Fulford. I wont go so far as to call him 'insane'. Infact am impressed by this man - how he comes across (candid,passionate & apparently with conviction over what he says..unlike the slick, monotonous, robotic like system- bred pontiffs). What strikes as 'insane' to you is 'sincerity' to me.
Now our world is full of 'sane' people and to me that's the problem. We sit comfortably in our cosy, perhaps airconditioned study and pontificate over what is true and what is not. We have so so many who worship the 'system', believe what is dished out on a daily basis, no question whatsoever coz its the mainstream news baby, you gone nuts to question that?
The system has explained why WC7 collapsed by itself without any plane hitting it, and that's that. To hell with those who have problems digesting that.They are 'insane'.
I stand here, with hands neatly folded across my chest, and for this 'sane life' of mine, i will not venture into...what do you call it? "Edge Research"? Oh yeah, that's insanity, only those with few loose screws up there would even think of doing it. Yet i know, without ever going there, i just know that they are wrong. dead wrong, and i am right. Intellectual cowardice or hypocrisy or plain smugness?
What i don't wanna know, what i cant seem to have a grasp over, the best way is to classify it under the "bizarre".
That's how i would describe most of these 'system-bred', intensely 'sane' people. Well, they don't take risks and harming their social credibility,do they?
You know what? I respect Benjamin Fulford and guys like David Icke..who stick out their necks and candidly say what they think. At least they've been there and they come with something that to me makes a lot of sense. I'd do well if i listen.
Now nowhere Fulford ever claimed that he is a seer who's predictions about the future are true. He's a journalist and if those predictions are proven incorrect, i take it at that, mere economic predictions...you have 3 economists and 16 theories. there you go!
I'll keep listening to Benjamin Fulford and what he has to say without necessarily agreeing with everything the guy says.
Thanks again Bard
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on March 08, 2010:
Thanks for posting, Fraser!
Fraser Orr on March 07, 2010:
I'm not sure whether Fulford is a charlatan or being mislead. Either way, much of what he says is easily disproved, and none of the predictions he makes ever come to fruition. I've written an article about it here, check it:
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on March 02, 2010:
Thanks for posting, MegaMaverick! I am glad to hear you have been looking into this! Ben Fulford is on Facebook in case you are interested.
MegaMaverick777 on March 02, 2010:
Just a few days ago i stumbled upon Benjamin Fulford's videos. Am impressed with the stuffs he says.I guess his authenticity has been established as far as his Japanese connections, books & his journalistic credentials are concerned.
I tend to agree with him on HAARP. If you want to give a mild warning to japan, hit Chile, and Japan feels the tsunami. Records are there from 1960.
Am still questioning about his ASS(Asian Secret Society) claim. I don't know but it appears as a good coverup to the question why the Illuminati didn't kill him when they had done so to many of his Japs friends.
Also his overtly positive view on the chinese global role. Then his economic proposals. They come so close to the Rockefeller ideals - one world currency. The very fact that its the Project Camelot that interviewed him which was started by the US army (not CIA necessarily though). What are they up to? it finally comes to the same thing. The engineered attempt to create world peace using terrorism as a tool.
Can these guys (illuminati or whoever) truly capable of bringing Peace? can they truly have a change of heart? It would be a miracle.
According to Fulford himself, they have robbed Japan and the world, never really paid for oil and other goodies, demonized "dictators" like Saddam for the same "reasons",and of course failed with Fidel Castro till date. They come in the line of Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini who played God and took upon themselves the task of trimming human population.
If Fulford is right regarding the military use of HAARP then the genocide graph keeps rising dangerously high. We see it by the day.
Inspite of all this, fulford is still talking to them,and appealing to them. Is he engineering the process of handing over the global economic control to them?
I have many more questions and thanks Bard for allowing me space to bring out some of them
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on February 02, 2009:
Thanks for posting your thoughts on this!
Liberty Felix on February 02, 2009:
I also give Fullford the benefit... Skepticism and our gut feelings should never be dismissed outright. But Went-and BlewIt had formulated a postulation on sheer speculation. I'd love to see more to back it up.
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on November 08, 2008:
Benjamin explains why he conducted the interview that way! I give him the benefit of any doubt based on gut feeling and because at least he offers something to balance out the doom and gloom and some good ideas, and he might be telling the truth you know! I am personally probably writing an "Open Letter to the Illuminati."
Wynton Bluitt on November 08, 2008:
Fulford strikes me as a psyop tool of the Rockefellers. The interview with David Rockefeller exposes Fulford as not being what he cliams. David gets softball questions that do not go near the statements that Fulford makes to such internet woo woo outlets as Rense, et al.
There seem to be no shortage of these outlandish COINTELPRO wild tales circulating the internet to distract those actually seeking truths. The Christopher Storey/Wanta scam comes to mind as another such bit of confabulation.
There's a sucker born every minute. Caveat lector
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on October 18, 2008:
Well, primarily he means saving us but he talks about methods of improving the oceans and stopping the destruction of forests too! I watched the original full video release of his interview with Rockefeller and his warning to the Illuminati when it first appeared online and registered my public support for him then! I emailed him too but he never replied but I would imagine he gets far too much mail!
Google his name and you will find loads of entries.
pgrundy on October 18, 2008:
Interesting stuff ! I never heard of this guy before. I don't know about saving the world though--I don't know that it needs to be saved. Usually the world finds a way to just wipe out species that can't get it together. I think it's human beings who are in danger, due to our own folly. The world will be just fine without us, eventually. Thanks for another fine hub, Steve!
Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on October 17, 2008:
Thanks for the good points you raise, Andrew and MD!
MD FREE from OC, California where extra is paid for good weather! on October 17, 2008:
To Andrew, if I am not mistaken, The Illuminati crosses many countries beyond U.S. I myself was a little skeptical when Ben said that he agreed that the Japanese gangsters would benefit more than they are now. There will always be people who want control and to take what you have, those are the people that will need special classes to cope with sharing the world.LOL
I was a little concerned when the interviewer claimed she was in touch with the MJ 12, it almost seemed like she was either there to interrogate him or to suggest that the one nation control was considering a change of heart.
I agreed with Ben when he said that not every one who is a member of the Illuminati particularly enjoys the idea of mass murder and many on the inside are trying to find a way to not go along with the plan. I hope that of our next president.
As a child I wondered why the heck we paid for electricity when it clearly came from natural sources. The Earth doesn't charge us for wind and coal etc so why don't people just volunteer to find it. Likewise someone could sew them work clothes and someone else could provide lunch and why the heck did we need money? I used to feel like that when I was 11, if only my role models would have been wiser.
I enjoyed this hub and feel much relief that there are others out there that have a powerful opposition.
Andrew Hawkley on October 17, 2008:
There now just being the slightly massive problem of China's ethical behaviour. It's not as if the illuminati are responsible for everything bad on the planet. They might have owned the Roman Empire but they didn't own Attila the Hun.