By Benjamin Fulford
I do not know, but it was you who wrote about Assange being pulled out from the Equadorian Embassy in order to get important information from him by the American military, right?
And also, Ben, please, could you ask your Pentagon sources why the American army is bombing their allies in Syria? In the latest incident they bombed the legal Syrian army and killed about 100 Syrian soldiers. How can this be an act of alliance? Can you ask them what are they doing?
Thanks and sincerely,
Like I said, the Assange psychological warfare operation has been taken over by the same people who put Trump in power. He, or whoever is pretending to be him, now works for their agenda.
As far as the business in Syria is concerned, my understanding is that the U.S. military-industrial complex and their associated oil companies need the oil they get from the Middle East. They have told me they decided that anything east of the Euphrates River was their territory, and anything west would be Russian-influenced or -controlled. Clearly, they have chosen to ignore the arbitrary borders created by the French and the British after World War 1. So they killed the Syrian forces who were trying to cross to the eastern side of the Euphrates River in order to guard “their” oil facilities. At least they are being honest now and admitting it is about oil and not their fake IS army.
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