1.8 Million Gangsters, 100,000 Assassins: A Meditation on the Life and Work of Benjamin Screaton Fulford

In the world of alternative media- or rather you call it, conspiracy theory- the skeptic can usually dismiss the novel information presented based on the credibility, or lack thereof, of the one providing it.  “He’s a kook!” or “Who is this lady?” are sentiments easily accepted of some of the more popular conspiracy theorists and their theories.  In the case of Benjamin Fulford, however, determining the credibility of the source, and the veracity of the information provided, is a trickier proposition for both skeptic and believer, as well as those of us who like to consider ourselves “realists.”

Fulford, a Canadian journalist living in Japan, worked in mainstream journalism for over 20 years, ending in 2005 when he left his prestigious position of Asia Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine.  He claims this was due to conflicts with editors over stories that he claims were “getting to close the truth” of how the world really works.

As Fulford pursued the truth, he claims he was pulled into an international conspiracy- a geopolitical battle between the Rockefeller and Rothschild-led Western cabal seeking to establish a “New World Order,” and a network of Asian secret societies he would help create called “The White Dragon Society.”  For the last several years, Fulford has boldly and fearlessly told the story of this struggle, claiming to have survived several assassination attempts and various forms of sabotage.  However, as he said in an interview on the The Jeff Rense Radio Program, “when you have 100,000 assassins backing you up, you don’t need to be chicken, okay?”

To Read More About Benjamin Fulford, go to The Eyeless Owl

 

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  • Ted Heistman

    I remember Metcalf saying there was some follow up to the article by Fulford. How’d that go? What did he say?
     

  • Ted Heistman

    I remember Metcalf saying there was some follow up to the article by Fulford. How’d that go? What did he say?
     

  • BrianApocalypse

    I call him Bullford.

  • BrianApocalypse

    I call him Bullford.

  • Gergith

    I like him for the same reason I like Amenstop productions. Specifically Ring of Power. Regardless if factual or otherwise, this is one of the more unique conspiracy theories out there. Lots of new theories, regardless of how factual or not. That’s something to be researched, or waiting for official documents. In the mean time enjoy him as a more fantastical Dan Brown. I mean… I want to discredit this man, but he got a sit-down with Kissinger… Could YOU do that?

  • Gergith

    I like him for the same reason I like Amenstop productions. Specifically Ring of Power. Regardless if factual or otherwise, this is one of the more unique conspiracy theories out there. Lots of new theories, regardless of how factual or not. That’s something to be researched, or waiting for official documents. In the mean time enjoy him as a more fantastical Dan Brown. I mean… I want to discredit this man, but he got a sit-down with Kissinger… Could YOU do that?

  • Michael J. Hobart

    Hi Ted- 
     
    The article that is currently posted on theeyelessowl.net is an updated version from the one you originally read, with comments directly from Fulford, himself, near the end of the article. 
     
    I’d say my “follow up” went well- he replied quickly and professionally to my inquiries, and I offered him a fair opportunity to respond to what I had written.  I think it adds something to the article- I hope you agree.   Thanks for reading. 

  • Michael J. Hobart

    Hi Ted- 
     
    The article that is currently posted on theeyelessowl.net is an updated version from the one you originally read, with comments directly from Fulford, himself, near the end of the article. 
     
    I’d say my “follow up” went well- he replied quickly and professionally to my inquiries, and I offered him a fair opportunity to respond to what I had written.  I think it adds something to the article- I hope you agree.   Thanks for reading. 

  • Michael J. Hobart

    Hi Ted- 
     
    The article that is currently posted on theeyelessowl.net is an updated version from the one you originally read, with comments directly from Fulford, himself, near the end of the article. 
     
    I’d say my “follow up” went well- he replied quickly and professionally to my inquiries, and I offered him a fair opportunity to respond to what I had written.  I think it adds something to the article- I hope you agree.   Thanks for reading. 

    • Gergith

      I thought the article was GREAT! I think the Litmus test is the GREATEST way to phrase it. I watch ALL sorts of things and sort of throw a probability of truth to them. Whether it be Disinfo, RT, AlJezeera, Fox, CNN or BBC/CBC :p I see people like this, at VERY least, to be amazing historical fiction like Dan Brown. On the other hand, he could be legit. I’m certainly don’t have power to rule or influence the world, so I really have no clue!. But thanks again for the Great article

    • Gergith

      I thought the article was GREAT! I think the Litmus test is the GREATEST way to phrase it. I watch ALL sorts of things and sort of throw a probability of truth to them. Whether it be Disinfo, RT, AlJezeera, Fox, CNN or BBC/CBC :p I see people like this, at VERY least, to be amazing historical fiction like Dan Brown. On the other hand, he could be legit. I’m certainly don’t have power to rule or influence the world, so I really have no clue!. But thanks again for the Great article

    • Ted Heistman

       Hey thanks. I really find this guy interesting especially his “new Cambrian explosion” stuff.

    • Ted Heistman

       Hey thanks. I really find this guy interesting especially his “new Cambrian explosion” stuff.

  • http://twitter.com/jasonpaulhayes jasonpaulhayes

    Laughable !

  • http://twitter.com/jasonpaulhayes jasonpaulhayes

    Laughable !

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