- "Oh my Gawd!" I exclaimed when Benjamin Fulford
sent me his picture with David Rockefeller. "He actually met the Grand
Panjandrum of the New World Order!"
- When we last tuned in, Benjamin Fulford had issued an
ultimatum <http://www.savethemales.ca/002056.html to the Illuminati
on behalf of an ancient Chinese Secret society, consisting of six million
members, including thousands of assassins, gangsters and ninjas: "Desist
with your plans for world depopulation or else you and your families will
- "We will pluck out the eye at the top of the Illuminati
pyramid," Fulford told us. "We have trained ninjas close to them
all. They will be wiped out in a matter of hours."
- Fulford offered to meet David Rockefeller at the estate
of his great grandfather, tycoon G.T. Fulford in Brockville Ont. He waited
but there was no response.
- Silence. The whole (conspiracy) world held its breath.
In August, he reported that the Illuminati had promised to play nice: <http://benjaminfulford.com/secretgoverment.html
George Bush would not finish out his term. He also reported that the Japanese
were going to cast off the Rockefeller yoke <http://benjaminfulford.com/Freemeison2.html,
and would make continued financing of the US debt conditional on reform.
- Now this!
- One problem. Something was wrong with this picture: specifically
the expression on the intrepid Fulford's face. He looks like a kid who
just met Santa Claus, not the arch-enemy of mankind. Rockefeller's family
financed Auschwitz and Mengele's experiments on live inmates. They and
their Satanic henchmen are dragging humanity into an abyss.
- "Oh my God, is that DR?" I asked the Tokyo-based
journalist. "Have you gone over to the dark side? Wipe that silly
grin off your face!"
- It turns out the meeting was not in response to the ultimatum
- "There is much I cannot say but I guarantee you
I would rather burn in hell than go over to the dark side. Hell, though
is just total and permanent oblivion. I told him I thought of him as the
Wizard of Oz and said, "Mr. Rockefeller, we all want to go back to
Kansas." He was with two handlers and most of the conversation was
on camera; that meant there was no chance of getting him to admit to any
secret plans. I also gave him a private letter from G.T. Fulford. At G.T.'s
insistence the contents cannot be made public now for reasons of global
security. I talked with him before he went to meet the Emperor. Big changes
are coming. The world is going to get much, much better, that much I promise."
- Makow: "I take it then that you did not meet DR
in your capacity as rep of the Red and Green [secret society], and that
DR did not know of your previous 'invitation.'...Frankly I see this conspiracy
as so pervasive that it is not likely to change course. But I want to be
- Fulford: "The meeting was in two capacities. One
was within the matrix to get his public face and official views on the
record. The other was personal in order to verify that the Fulford and
the Rockefeller families have been intertwined for over a century by the
ghost of G.T. Fulford. The secret society's messages can be read in the
newspapers every day."
- G.T. Fulford was a patent medicine tycoon like J.D. Rockefeller.
Apparently he was the largest shareholder in General Electric and was about
to buy General Motors when he met an untimely death in 1905 when a trolley
rammed into his chauffeured limo. Apparently he was planning to finance
- Anyway, the picture has changed from the one Fulford
gave me back in June. Then, he was about to declare war on the Illuminati,
but would give them one last chance. Now he is delivering letters written
by the ghost of his dead great grandfather, and talking about how the two
families are intertwined.
- For some reason Fulford chose me to introduce his story.
I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. I want to keep believing
in Benjamin and his Ninjas, but I'm not going to hold my breath. ---
- Henry Makow Ph.D. is the author of "Cruel Hoax:
Feminism and the New World Order." (www.cruelhoax.ca) His articles
can be found at his web site www.henrymakow.com He enjoys receiving comments,
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