Editor Note: To everyone screaming “Fake News” I’m shocked and appalled that you fell for the mainstream media’s latest scare tactic. You need to turn off your TV. Their campaign is obviously working because you are unwittingly shilling for the mainstream now. You are being brainwashed and being good little parrots attacking alternative news.
This is not a news item. This is “intel”. As with all intel, you need to use your own discernment. If you don’t know the difference between news and intel then this is not the website for you. Please go directly to CNN and do not come back.
The Soros heart attack report is from 5 days ago. This newest blurb from Fulford came out late last night. The only source saying the heart attack is a hoax is Snopes. Snopes is NOT a reliable source of information (do some research on them and you’ll see why). The only way to verify this information is to keep your eye on the news to see if Soros appears in public. To everyone saying this is fake, prove it… without using Snopes as your source.
Fulford has been wrong before, so we’ll need to see if Soros shows up in the next couple of days.
The last time Soros was seen in public was Sunday, November 13th at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington for a meeting with Nancy Pelosi, Elizabeth Warren and Keith Ellison.
You know how I know that? It’s called research. It’s not that hard, you guys.
By Benjamin Fulford
I just received this from my White Hat contact in DC who is with the Agency.
“The word is out that Soros is dead. It is being discussed at the Pentagon as well. He was taken out. One by one the Bush/Clinton/crime syndicate is being removed. I will update you as I have more data”.
Benjamin Fulford has worked in Japan as a correspondent for Knight Ridder, the International Financing Review, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun English edition, and the South China Morning Post before moving to Forbes magazine, where he was the Asian Bureau chief from 1998 to 2005. His investigative reports pursued scandals in the Japanese government and business world. After leaving Forbes he wrote a series of books in Japanese some of which became best sellers, and began publishing on the internet.
Source: Benjamin Fulford