David Wilcock: Update Tuesday Night/Wednesday, 1:05 AM: Say What?
This story just gets stranger and stranger. Fulford told Keenan he just forgot about the show and went off for a happy trip to the mountains with his wife, then came home to sleep.
The network apparently was supposed to call and remind him, but forgot. They reached him on the phone at some point, but by that point it was too late, he was too far away and he couldn’t go.
Ben’s side of the story, as he explained it to Keenan, was that “the hotel incident story was not accurate, and was totally made up by the network.”
This may be true, and it may not be true. Keenan doesn’t know, and there is no way for any of us to know at this point. Even if the network admits they made it up, we can’t prove that is actually a true statement either. Fulford has had strenuous threats lately.
Let’s be glad that Fulford is alive and well. If he was narco-interrogated and/or threatened and sworn to secrecy, and the network told the truth, that’s all the more reason for us to double and redouble our efforts to get this astonishing story out into public view.
It’s time to take the planet back. This was a very healthy reminder for me of the stakes. I will not rest until humanity is free.
WEDNESDAY 12/14, 8:36 AM: CHODOIN DAIKAKU SAYS FULFORD “RELEASED AFTER NEGOTIATION”
Why would Chodoin Daikaku go on television and rather haltingly make this statement… offering very little information as if he were concerned about saying anything more?
Even further — why would a man with such a prestigious, easily provable public position go on a popular program and tell such a blatant lie?
FEMALE: We have got some questions about Benjamin Fulford situation via the Internet. Please let us know.
CHODOIN DAIKAKU: Yesterday, we got information that Benjamin was captured and detained by foreign agents (spies).
After the program, I managed to find out his location. He was detained at Roppongi (Central Tokyo).
After various negotiations at onsite, I (we) have managed to release him. He is in safe at his home now.
He will attend the next meeting (a Mopal program on December 27th), and he will express his opinion, I suppose.
This is the only comment from myself.
DW: Fulford disappeared for an entire day and on through an overnight to the next day. He did not answer email or phone. He may have been forced to give a cover story for his own protection, as Daikaku is saying something altogether different.
Let’s be glad Ben is alive. He’s also been naming specific names lately and that could also have been something that got him in hot water.
There is every reason to believe that the timing of what Daikaku is calling a “capture and detaining” was not an accident, considering we just released the definitive article proving everything he’s been saying about this lawsuit all along is true — and I telegraphed it on Ben’s blog for two weeks before it came out.
David Wilcock sent a message very early this morning that Benjamin is, apparently, okay.
Here is his message:
UPDATE, 12:44 AM SAME NIGHT: We just found out that Fulford is alive and OK. He may have been held in the hotel for his own protection, but we do not know yet. More information will follow as soon as we get it and will be updated below.
We’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, let’s keep sending light to both Benjamin and David for their heroic work in bringing forth the truth.