Benjamin Fulford: Are these people really dead?

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By Benjamin Fulford

On 2018/10/19, Robert David Steele wrote:

I have gotten several messages like this:

WARNING:  While RDS reports (being quoted widely) of “received information” that both the King of SA and MBS are dead and represented by impostors, the giver of said information, Benjamin Fulford, is notorious for reporting people dead who are still walking around, as with HRC, G. Soros, and John Kerry, who Fulford has said was represented by an impostor when urging Iran to stay in a nuclear deal that 45 invalidated.  Upon Kerry’s notorious reappearances after being “really dead,” Fulford tried to CYA in saying that after being hidden in Antarctica, he looks “10-20 years younger” and thus “renewed.”

The warning is that you should do an update of either outing Fulford as the source of a dead king and prince (as Fulford’s “imposters” news is public) with some language distancing yourself and your reputation from such wild and publicly incredulous fates of SA rulers.  While it’s not too damaging for the faithful to think of multiple possibilities in light of the blackout of truth in J. Khashoggi’s disappearance, imagine what a hit your brand’s reputation will take when these two are walking and meeting with world leaders and officials.


Benjamin Fulford replies:

First of all, for a long time Khazarian agents have been using a tactic against people like me and my murdered colleague Christopher Story.  It involves informing us that people are dead, only to have them appear after we report it.  For example, Christopher Story and I were both repeatedly told that Henry Kissinger was dead or arrested, only to have him appear at a major public event shortly after we reported on this.

For that reason, when I report that a senior CIA source told me John Kerry was dead, I am reporting what the source says.  I was told John Kerry was dead by such a source and after I was informed of that, he vanished from public view for about a year.  The John Kerry we are recently seeing on TV looks a lot younger than the John Kerry we saw in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.  However, it may well be I was told a lie by the CIA source, since these people specialize in deceit.

It is well known that body doubles are a common tactic used at the highest levels of power since time immemorial.  It is also well known now that the technology exists to make realistic videos of people using computer graphics.

For all the above reasons, it is a tricky business to report people as dead.

In the case of Mohammad bin Salman (MBS), what we know is as follows:  There was a shooting incident reported at his palace in April.  Shortly afterward, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo went to visit him.  The dinner meeting with MBS was delayed and no photograph of the two meeting was issued, even though it is normal protocol for such a picture to be issued or taken by the press.

Since then, MBS vanished from public view for a long time.  Recently a man claimed to be MBS has been appearing, but he definitely looks different.  My best guess is that a body double was created and we had to wait for the plastic surgery to heal before he could be trotted out in public.

Finally, last week a senior Japanese intelligence official told me he personally called MBS’s lawyer, a man always seen with him.  The lawyer told him MBS was shot twice in the head in April and was dead.

Since the death or life of MBS involves the control over trillions of petrodollars, creating the appearance that he is still alive is clearly very important for the petrodollar people.

Time will tell the truth, as it always does.

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