Sunday, 27 March 2016

Benjamin Fulford March 4th, 2016 update

The message by itself sounds great. No one wants war, we want our technology and efforts to go to building a better future. The current trend of dystopia, recession, endless war is making for a bleak future and contributing to wilful depopulation by choice to remain single, at least among those who are awake and gain sources of information outside the mainstream.

Benjamin Fulford also offered solutions for the US to cushion the impact of the inevitable de-Dollarising of global trade in the coming Global Economic Reset.

[More on the Global Economic Reset here: ; ]

However he has mentioned as far back about mass arrests that later came to nothing, as well as the need to have a 'world government that must not be fascist', when the entire quoted phrase is a contradiction in itself. This puts his overall message in doubt, while his heart might be in the right place.

No solutions have been proposed that have longer lasting effects like the application of the original US constitutional republic and its Bill of Rights on a global scale or the moving away from the monetary system to a more  Ubuntu-contributionism system as being carried out on an experimental level by Michael Tellinger of South Africa.

Looks like whatever happens we will be largely spectators as long as we are trapped in the Matrix of having to work to pay off bills for even the most basic of needs that leaves us too exhausted at the end of the day for anything else. A stark example, appropriate on this day of Ancient Palmyra's liberation from the Daesh, is the Syria war against Daesh.

The sane world was pounding its fists in moral outrage since the Daesh started its terror campaign in 2014 but did little except fill social media and internet webpages with words of frustration. 

We can celebrate what happened on this day because a person in power, the Russian President, gave the instruction to his forces to go in and turn the situation around with the help of Iranian General Soleimani's tactical experience, the Hezbollah brigades and other contributing factions from as far as Afghanistan. By this only then the monopoly of action by Evil was broken and therefore given some real competition, and justice is being served.

This is a fact that we spend all day at work and have little time or energy left at the end of the day for anything else related to furthering the cause of freedom or intellectual pursuits. Using the brain to think does take up a lot of energy and requires good nutritious food, both of which are in short supply these days for the man-in-the-street.