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Who Is Benjamin Fulford? Can He Really Save the World?

Steve Andrews is a well-researched writer on the subjects of ufology and conspiracy theory, and used to write for Feed Your Brain magazine.

Benjamin Fulford Wants to Save the Planet

If 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.

Fulford's Beliefs

Many years later he ended up in Japan where he learned 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 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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Further Reading

  • 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.

This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.

© 2008 Steve Andrews