Ben Fulford found out how to work with the Japanese underworld in part by spending time in the Amazon jungle living with natives who, when they were young, survived the rainy season by eating their neighbors. (Yes, they were cannibals.)
He learned to speak Japanese by working in Japanese bars, developing a vocabulary that he says fell in between that of a gangster and that of a transvestite.
Fulford could have used what he learned to expose the Yakuza but instead he chose to use what he knew to change the world for the better.
Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan interviewed Fulford back in 2008. I tripped over the interview just by accident. Ben reveals his personal history and I have to say the interview was riveting.
Another thing I learned from this seminal interview is that Ben Fulford, who acknowledges that he’s become a member of the Black Dragon Society – their first white member – has actually given the red/green ninjas the names of 10,000 Americans who form the top levels of the American Illuminati and has their agreement that, if he is killed, the 10,000 Americans will also be killed.
Fulford calls these 10,000 Americans the “eye of the pyramid” (the eye of the pyramid, which you can see on American dollar bills, represents the top level of the Illuminati). Fulford said to himself one day, hey, we don’t have to go after the entire Illuminati machine. We just have to, if we need to, eliminate the people at the top.
The Black Dragon Society has so many members that they can send 600 assassins after each top-level member of the American Illuminati.
But, like Steven Greer, Ben Fulford also realized that, if the Illuminati are going to be successfully appealed to, they have to be given a new job, a new vision. He has proposed a vision that would result in greening the world, eliminating poverty, providing everyone with jobs, etc.
I’ve come to a new understanding of what Fulford was up to, at least in 2008. More recently, he seems to have abandoned some of this vision and just wants to see the American Illuminati shut down and removed from power.
But his 2008 vision was quite an accomplishment, as far as I’m concerned.
One other thing: he interviewed David Rockefeller earlier. He says that, though he allowed Rockefeller to set the tone of the interview, his biggest accomplishment was in showing Rockefeller that, if he (Ben Fulford) wanted to eliminate Rockefeller, he could get to him.
The very fact that he located Rockefeller and interviewed him showed the latter that fact. Rockefeller could have been walking into a situation where the Black Dragon Society might have assassinated him. Fulford showed Rockefeller he wasn’t interested in playing that game.
I came away giving Fulford quite a bit more credit than I had before.
Here is Part 1. Double click on it and it will take you to Youtube, where you’ll find the other two parts. Quite an interesting interview