Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Benjamin Fulfords latest blog.

Recently, been a little hard at work, not 'work' but mainstreams perception of same. So my blogs are a little less in depth at this moment.

From here we learn that the negative is close to pulling some sort of new world order, and that the chaos is a part of Problem reaction solution scenario and is going to lead to:
The question of course is, will the European people passively agree to be terrorized and financially blackmailed into restoring these bloodlines to formal power? We may well find out this summer and autumn. In the meantime expect a Gladio frenzy of increasingly lurid false flag attacks and well-financed, violent demonstrations.
Well financed violent demonstrations?

There's part of me that wonders if Benjamin hasn't become a little bit liberal living in a country with next to no immigration and that doesn't have the problems of these rape gangs and other things.

There have been little demonstrations thus far, even though the situation has been clearly bad enough. The demonstrations there are have been non violent, by Pegida... and if the police and authorities want them to be violent they would not have policed them so strongly.

I wonder if Benjamin Fulford, from the safety of Japan, looks at anti Muslim sentiment and sees himself in a holier than thou position of wanting to advise the little people not to be anti Muslim... Then this reflects in his writings...

There is no telling what plans were actually confided to him but I think it likely he is capable of reflecting what he sees and not necessarily what is there...

As to the real reason behind these terror attacks? I am not quite sure yet and I'm not saying Benjamin is definitely wrong... My last post put forward that it might be attempts to take democracy, but as I flagged in that post there are things that don't add up about this argument. So we shall have to see what happens but I don't think Fulford has the whole story.

It is like a chess match where our opponents haven't yet revealed their play but as they move the different pieces we can see what they are up to.

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