E-mail from Benjamin Fulford, Reponse to recent comments
Posted By: hobie [Send E-Mail]
Date: Friday, 20-Sep-2013 03:11:08
In Response To: Neil Keenan Sets The Record Straight - As Karen Hudes 'Mis-speaks' and Ben Fulford 'Mis-steps' (Jordon)
(Thanks, Ben. :)
Benjamin Fulford writes:
Well, there seems to be a lot of huffing and puffing going on with Keenan, Crayford and others claiming their group is in sole charge of the world's money and thus the future of humanity (with their secret controllers behind the scenes).
There has also been a lot of mud-slinging but, I am not going to stoop down and pick up mud to sling back.
The few legitimate points being made do need to be addressed though. First of all, I make it clear that I am just a journalist who got involved in this world of esoteric finance because I started asking why Japan was not allowed to use its overseas assets to finance development and environmental projects (it turns out the money was being extorted by high level gangsters)]. I never claimed to be owner of the world's assets.
In the case of the $1 trillion of bonds I have talked about (and the countless other trillions worth I have been shown), all I have done is been contacted by the current holders who claim to have proof they are real. The appropriate authorities are checking these claims out.
My personal reaction has been to suggest, in public, that we use the money to finance a massive project to end poverty and stop environmental destruction. It has also been my personal proposal (and it is just that, a proposal) that one of the groups that could help carry out such a venture would be a newly established, meritocratically staffed development agency. Such an agency could carry out major long-term projects for the good of the planet and the species. If people think Jeffrey Sachs is not the man to run such an agency, they should propose their own qualified candidates and we can have an open and free selection process.
There is clearly a high level deadlock at the top of the world's financial system and we need to break it. As a journalist who believes in freedom of speech, I think the whole issue should be discussed openly and transparently. We do not need secret invisible controllers. All we need to do is focus on the common good.
I would also like here to publicly and personally thank Neil Keenan's colleague Tom Clines and other agency white hats for saving my life on numerous occasions.
Benjamin Fulford $B8EJbF;%Y%s%8%c%_%s(B 090-3439-5558
Posted by John MacHaffie at 6:16 PM [/color]