By Justin Deschamps
Benjamin Fulford was the Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine from 1998 to 2005. He is now an active spokesman for ending Cabal rule, reporting on hidden aspects of geopolitics in his weekly updates.
Fulford's reports have become a staple in the awakening news circuit, and despite some of his dubious claims, much can be gleaned by reviewing them.
In my own personal discernment process, Fulford's updates are a way to tap into what CIA, Pentagon, and Eastern alliance groups want to reveal to the public — presuming his claims of contact are genuine.
Fulford seems to report what he hears, even if it conflicts with information he has reported in the past. Some conclude these conflicting items are an indication that Fulford is a cointelpro disinformation agent, but these allegations remain unverified.
If Fulford was really a propaganda agent, why would he be so willing to report conflicting information from multiple insider sources that cause people to suspect him? Wouldn't it make more sense to stick to a single cohesive narrative if the goal was to push propaganda and employ reality management techniques?
Whether Fulford is a cabal frontman or a genuine contact of the certain alliances, as truth seekers, we would do well, at the very least, to review what he offers. And to those far along the truth seeking path, the value of processing all information cannot be understated, especially alleged disinfo. If his reports are not genuine, then reviewing them can be immeasurably valuable for gathering intelligence on what the Cabal is trying to disseminate into the awakening community.
Simply stated, disinfo is key info to the properly trained mind.
This being said, there was a recent email exchange between Fulford and Richard Montalban I want to analyze. It contained some interesting points connected to Corey Goode's whistleblower testimony.
Initial Comparison of Fulford and Goode's Narrative
For those who are unaware, Corey Goode is a secret space program (SSP) insider and whistleblower that has galvanized the truther community. David Wilcock has been one of Goode's most outspoken proponents.
The narrative Goode provides is seemingly all-encompassing, reaching into extraterrestrial contacts, secret government projects, financial slavery, breakaway civilizations, free energy, solar system history, and much more. For an in-depth synopsis of Goode's material, as bolstered by evidence provided by David Wilcock, see the below-linked article.
The portion of Goode's narrative that is of importance here is the takedown of the Cabal.
Both Fulford and Goode describe alliances or groups who are actively working to end financial slavery, release hidden technology, and hold criminal groups responsible for the crimes against humanity. But there are differences in their narratives, however.
Goode works with the SSP Alliance, an above-top-secret breakaway civilization with Star Trek-like technology and advancement. This group has intentions to completely end the financial system as we know it, releasing technology so advanced that it would make the need to earn-a-living obsolete. Despite the benevolent intentions of the SSP Alliance Council, there is disagreement with Earth-based groups.
According to Goode, the Earth-based alliances are manifold, encompassing many different societies, fraternities, social orders, dynastic families, military organizations, militias and so on. Some of these groups work closely together whereas others are not associated at all. The common thread of all the groups, including the SSP Alliance, is their goal to end cabal rule. But this seems to be the only thing they all agree on at the moment.
Goode says that some of the Earth-based groups do not want to completely free humanity. Instead, they want their turn to rule the planet
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Some of these groups are calling for a financial reset that would shift power away from the west — largely dominated by the Rothschild, Rockefeller, and Vatican groups — to the eastern groups, such as the Dragon families of Asia.
Fulford's reports tend to have sources from various Dragon Society groups (Eastern Alliances), as well as Pentagon and CIA sources (Western Alliances), and P2 Lodge contacts (European Groups).
Fulford and Goode's narratives agree on most counts, too many to list here, but there are aspects of disagreement as well.
As an example of agreement, in Fulford's March 22nd report, he said,
"Something is happening around Antarctica these days that is shrouded in secrecy but is also attracting a lot of heavy hitters. The visit to Antarctica by Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, in February was the first sign of something unusual happening. Now this week US Presidential spokesperson Barack Obama will be visiting the Nazi South American headquarters in Bariloche, in Southern Argentina."
Goode has revealed in his testimony that the early German secret space program had bases in the Antarctic and South America.
For the purposes of this analysis, we will focus on the correspondences and discrepancies between Goode and Fulford, as revealed in an email exchange between Fulford and Montalban from the 28th of this month.
Here is a summarization of the questions asked by Montalban of Fulford,
are the Chinese elders, often mentioned in revaluation (RV) guru's updates, are in fact the Chinese royal family or oligarchs that manage the East in secret; and if they have connections to extraterrestrial races;
if they are as old as some claim — 100 or more years; and
if the Iraqi's recent push to become UN article 8 compliant is a preamble to Dinar revaluation.
For the complete email exchange, see the below-linked article.