Because in Neil’s recent video, his statement concerning Ben was generally conciliatory — something like we’re both working towards the same goal — I went ahead and published Ben’s post last night. As I have thought about it, though, I have become angry at Ben’s seeming lack of integrity, either his own or his sources – or maybe both, and I have decided I am not going to publish his work on my blog again. Neil Keenan and I are not joined at the hip, and this is my blog, and when I see statement after statement in Ben’s post that to put it generously is simply mis-information, I can no longer countenance publishing his work.
His statement about the shrink-wrapped money is an example. I cannot imagine if I, a simple blogger, know the truth of that money that Ben does not also know it: Much of that money is actually counterfeit money and those who put it there are well known. When they are asked to replace it with ‘honest’ money and to pay interest on what they actually owe, there will be a very serious accounting, and many will not be able to pay. Ben conveniently forgets to say that, and my question is, “Why?”
If Ben actually believe sources who tell him there are no underground bunkers — he calls them ‘treasure caves’, he must also be living in la-la land. I for one have had enough of Ben and his weekly articles, and if I won’t publish Poofness, why would I continue to publish Ben. I’m sure you all can find other sources if you want to read Ben’s words, but I’m no longer going to continue to support what strikes me as his weekly soap-opera. It seems he chooses to make his money by ‘stirring the pot’, without regard to basic integrity in reporting.
This is my opinion with which you are free to disagree. It is also my blog, and I have tried to seek and learn the ‘real’ truth here, and I no longer believe Ben Fulford has any real desire to seek that truth, as well.