[I hesitated about publishing this. For me, Ben Fulford is a random variable that I have a feeling about and am not completely sold on. It has been more to do with me not being totally sold on his story line. In a recent Project Camelot interview with Simon Parkes, Carrie Cassidy asks Simon a question that involves Ben, and the answer I found to be rather surprising, but it did give me some insight that makes sense and helps to fill in some blanks. When it was mentioned that Project Camelot had interviewed Ben, I decided to check it out (now with a more open mind.)
As I listened to the interview, his posts and the story line began to make more sense. I still have a feeling that needs an answer, but I give a bit more credence to what he says.
This interview provides good background info on Ben, what he’s done, what he thinks, and is worth listening to, if only for the purpose of helping to put him into perspective.]
Profile Benjamin Fulford
Qualifications: 20-years experience as a professional writer and journalist. Have sold over 500,000 non-fiction books written in Japanese. Have produced a comprehensive catalogue of scoops in field ranging from business to yakuza gangsters to high-finance to government corruption. Now focused on exposing U.S. manipulation of Japanese politics, media and education through a combination of bribes, murder, brainwashing etc. My goal is to counter U.S. propaganda and expose the Japanese people to the truth so that they may free themselves from the colonial yoke and use their $5 trillion in overseas holdings to end world poverty and save the environment.
Native or near native, spoken and written: Japanese, French, Spanish and English. Conversational, reading ability in Mandarin, Portuguese and Italian.
2005-present: Have published 15 books written in Japanese with cumulative sales running at over 500,000 copies. Have weekly 2-hour TV show and appear frequently on numerous other nationally broadcast shows. Have regular columns in a variety of best-selling Japanese magazines.
1998-2005: Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine. Quit in profound disgust over extensive corporate censorship and mingling of advertising and editorial at the magazine. If they dispute this, I invite them to sue me, any place, any time.
1997-1998: Tokyo correspondent for the South China Morning Post.
1995-7: Staff writer for the Nikkei Weekly and the Nihon Keizai Shimbun Newspaper.
1993-1995 Took a sabbatical in Canada. Did research on the link between evolutionary forces and modern world society.
1989-1992 Senior Tokyo correspondent for the International Financing Revue. Created and managed Japan Watch, a news and analysis service available on the Reuters and Telerate news-wires. Created Katana, a Japanese language news service available on the Nikkei Quick news-wire. Triggered several Finance Ministry investigations with articles that uncovered financial industry irregularities.
1986-1989 Correspondent for Knight-Ridder Financial News; covered a broad range of market related news. One particularly market moving story was used by Knight-Ridder in an advertising campaign.
1982-1985 Part time jobs during student years included: work as an editor of Hitachi Review, a science and technology magazine; translation in the fields of business and finance and assorted television, radio and movie appearances.
1978-1982: Sowed my wild oats. Spent the time traveling and avoiding civilization. Spent 1-year studying with a witch doctor along the upper reaches of the Uquyali river in the Peruvian Amazon. Lived with former cannibals. Total time spent sleeping outdoors was 1 year. Lived as wild animal in the Canadian wilderness, catching food with my own hands, etc.
Education: Sophia University, Tokyo Japan; the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. BA Asian studies, China area specialty.
As always, do your research, use your discernment, and seek to find your truth.