Global Financial Report – Benjamin Fulford (12-10)

by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2010
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Benjamin Fulford, former Japanese correspondent for Forbes Magazine, is interviewed on the Jeff Rense radio program every month and talks about the state of the world economy from ‘where he sits’. Ben is in one of the ‘loops’, regarding efforts being made by some of the world’s most powerful people to restore global sanity. There are many now attempting to stop the corrupt international financial gangsters (including the Federal Reserve banksters) and their relentless destructive schemes.

Some of the points Ben discussed in this interview:

  • American ‘leaders’ are negotiating with other nations regarding a new financial system
  • RICO lawsuit, to be filed against those in the global criminal cabal, will start a ‘purge’
  • How a fifth column of blackmailed officers in the military was created
  • Catholic church needs to go through a major reform
  • Secret societies, their ‘group think’, and their goal to ‘manage the human sheep’
  • The banksters funny money (fiat) printing efforts are getting into difficulty
  • There is a stalmate at the highest level of international financing as to how to proceed
  • The solution is not going to come from the people rising up . . . the solution will start at the top
  • Concensus at the highest level of the elite is that excessive greed and criminality got out of control [no kidding!]
  • The Federal Reserve Board can’t be saved
  • Congress needs to start a new dollar that the ‘government’ controls

Jeff Rense – Ben Fulford interview of 12-22-10

History of Ben Fulford and the White Hats


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