by Anna Von Reitz
Any truth tooth to this? - Benjamin Fulford – Full Report – 5/30/2016
Numerous people have asked me how much of the following "Fulford Report" (included below) is Shinola.
Regrettably, most of it--- though no doubt Fulford is too close to see his own forest.
The truth is that the rats have simply moved their base of operations to China. They set out to hoard all the world's gold by any means possible back in 1910, and they've done it. Now they are trying to reap the profit from it, like harvesting a grain field.
So, now, like any good parasite when they've sucked their host dry, they are moving on to infest China---- where, many millennia ago, this system of things was recognized by a proverb: "Collect the money and you disperse the people, collect the people and you disperse the money."
You would think that after Neil Keenan and so many other Americans assisted the Chinese Government to collect gold that the New York Fed owed them, they would have the good grace to return what is ours to us. Instead, they have been co-opted by the snares and lures of idolatry like so many others before them. What started out as good intentions toward the world is ending in coercing participation in a new casino scheme.
Now that they have all the gold, they have to force everyone to play their game or all the vast profits they are counting on already can't be made.
It's a simple enough plan for a child to grasp. First, you steal all the gold and hoard it. Second, you replace the gold with paper currency knowing that all paper currencies in the history of the world devalue and self-destruct over time. Third, you wait for the generation you stole from to die off, and let the fiat money devalue, then you come in as the hero to solve the problem you created and force the grandsons and granddaughters of the people you stole the gold from in the first place to buy it back at vastly inflated prices.
Look at the numbers, folks. In 1928, an ounce of gold traded for about $30. Today, it is trading in the neighborhood of $1300 an ounce. That difference in exchange value ($1300 - $30) shows both the way that fiat inflation has devalued and ---the amount of pure profit (roughly $1270 per ounce) the perpetrators hope to realize if they can just prime the pump and get the casino rolling.
With true Hegelian cynicism, they are presenting themselves as the saviors of the world, when in fact the Chinese are telling a Big Fat Lie and assisting the Khazarians by helping these rats escape judgement with their gold hoard intact. and hoping to reap and share the rewards of the Rothschild Dynasty by blaming and scapegoating the most publically identifiable masterminds behind the scheme and failing to mention all the others.
And they are merely scapegoating Jacob Rothschild. If they were serious about changing much of anything, there would be many, many other names on the list and there would be a world transactional currency like Bitcoin and there would be a plainly agreed upon "basket of commodities" backing currencies, not just gold, gold, gold.
Gold is a fairly useless substance. It's great claim to fame is that it doesn't corrode, is malleable, and is the second best electrical conductor (next to silver). You can't eat it, drink, it, wear it, and I doubt it would make decent shingles. Everyone and I do mean everyone on this planet needs to wake up, including Ben Fulford.
If you believe in fairytales you will have nightmares. No doubt that there are plenty of good people who are following along with this story line and swallowing it hook-line-and-sinker, partly because they are naïve and partly because they are scared and in some cases because they are greedy and they think that working and scraping for some pieces of metal is fundamentally different and better than working and scraping for some pieces of paper.
Bankers could care less what we use as a symbolic means of trading value, so long as they control and can manipulate the supply of it. So far as they are concerned, it can be paper, it can be plastic, it can be gold, it can be wampum beads or tulip bulbs. It truly doesn't matter.
Why? Because idolatry of any kind is a lie. It's a fundamental falsehood. A con game. A fraud. That's what money is and that is all it has ever been. It's a bunch of liars forcing the rest of us to trade in whatever lies they are peddling and trying to convince us that one lie made of gold is better than another lie made of paper. It's the members of the "United States Congress" trading on our good faith and credit while destroying both. It's these sanctimonious "Chinese Elders" that you never heard of in the entire history of the world (and which Mao somehow failed to eradicate) assiduously priming the pump and giving everyone gold casino chips to play with. It's bunko.
And it's obvious bunko.
We need to realize and admit that there are only two things of value to trade in this world--- labor and natural resources. Labor includes our creative efforts-- patents and inventions, artist performances, and so on. Natural resources include not only the raw materials, but the useful commodities we make of them.
The only possible honest and fair banking system that can ever exist in this world has to take stock of the total value of all labor and all resources and base a world currency on that ----and not on some single commodity that scheming old men sitting in tufted leather club chairs can control and manipulate at will.
Until we learn our lessons and learn to demand actual change, all we will get for the next 8,000 years is what we've suffered through for the last several millennia, too---- con artists and war-mongers lording it over the rest of us, seeking to hold onto feudalism in the modern world, and shamelessly lying to us and everyone else while they do this.
As for me, my Shinola Sensor has been going off on a regular basis since 1966.....