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Ron Paul - Rockefellers Only Fear

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Uploaded on Aug 26, 2008

11.26.07
Benjamin Fulford was Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine for seven years, until 2005 when he quit because of the "extensive corporate censorship and mingling of advertising and editorial at the magazine." He currently lives in Tokyo Japan where his books are waking up the Japanese people to 9/11 Truth. On November 13, 2007 Fulford received a tip that David Rockefeller was on his turf, and without hesitation Fulford arranged to meet with him to ask some questions. It is not odd for a reporter who's career has been filled with Financial News jobs, to sit down with the former head of Chase Bank, Except when its Benjamin Fulford and David Rockefeller.
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Earlier this year Benjamin Fulford interviewed Heizo Takenaka, a former finance minister in Japan and confronted him about "having sold the Japanese financial system over to the Rockefellers and Rothschilds." According to Fulford this interview made a lot of people angry. He says a professional assassin showed up and told him to accept a job of great importance or be killed. The following day Fulford claims to have been contacted by a powerful Asian Secret Society with more than 6 million members that have targeted the Illuminati. They asked Fulford to represent them, negotiate for them, and offered him protection in return. He came out with his story on the Jeff Rense radio show this summer. Fulford said that he could link Rockefeller to crimes in Japan as a "part of his effort to take over the Japanese financial system." This story was picked up by the Colbert Report.

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http://noonehastodie.blogspot.com/200...

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