You may or may not have heard of the White Dragon Society, a group that proposes to use humanity’s savings to rid the world of poverty, war and environmental destruction. Once such “evils” have been ended, the White Dragon Society claims that humanity can be “set on a path of exponential expansion”, free to reach attainable goals, such as increasing longevity, improving human abilities and using free energy. (1)
Ridding the world of war and poverty and improving human abilities certainly sounds like an attractive and compelling proposal and makes you wonder why you haven’t heard of the White Dragon Society before. Until, that is, you learn about the White Dragon Society’s ultimate objective, to counter the illuminati and to fight against the “military-industrial complex”.
Now you begin to suspect that the group is either another paranoid set of lunatics who believe that the world’s most powerful humans covertly control everything that happens on earth, or is out to scam people and make money.
Similar to most conspiracy organizations, which are typically headed by a dynamic and convincing leader, the White Dragon Society is run by a highly motivated and persuasive “spokesperson” Benjamin Fulford.
Although unlike the likes of David Icke, the British writer and public speaker who is famed for his conspiracy literature and in making millionaires from controversial media “honey”, who has attracted a flock of sceptics that believe the “former son of God” is a crackpot just out to make money, Benjamin Fulford’s objectives are a little more ambiguous to judge.
Fulford is a Canadian journalist who lives in Japan. For more than 20 years, Fulford was the Asia Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine. The journalist left his prestigious role in 2005, claiming that conflicts were arising with the editors over stories that were “getting to close to the truth” of how the world really works. (2)
Fulford has since been on a crusade to “peruse the truth” and claims that he was drawn into a geopolitical battle between the Rothschild and Rockefeller-led Western faction that is aiming to establish a “New World Order”, and the network of secret Asian societies that he helped to group together to form the “White Dragon Society”.
During his campaign to expose the truth and rid the world of its evils, Fulford claims that he has survived several assassination attempts. In an interview on the Jeff Rense Radio Program, this “fearless” crusader said:
“When you have 100,000 assassins backing you up, you don’t need to be chicken, okay?” (2)
With all the poverty, violence, destruction and despair in the world, there is nothing we’d like more than a shining white dragon knight to come and save us all! Whether our savior will be the Benjamin Fulford and the White Dragon Society is extremely doubtful.
For one, similar to almost all forms of “alternative media” or conspiracy groups, the White Dragon Society has no validity and no evidence to back up its claims.
The one thing the leaders of these controversial groups do manage to attract is attention. This attention they never cease to whip up, whether it is through supporters and followers of their cause or cynics and critics, inevitably generates money.
In a video published on YouTube, Fulford said, “We all want a prosperous future”. In establishing a controversial counter group to fight against the “mafia” who run our world, Fulford is certainly enjoying a degree of prosperity.
Similar to many conspiracy theorists before him, Benjamin Fulford obviously felt compelled to write a book about his knowledge, experiences and views.
Fulford claims that he knew the first two chapters of his book about Yakuza organized crime gangs and their influence and control over Japanese government “would be so explosive, he would either have to leave Japan or get killed”. After sending a couple of chapters to his publisher, Fulford claims that he was contacted by the granddaughter of Meiji Emperor, who warned him that he, “Shouldn’t get the Yakuza angry that way.” (3)
Big Profits in Conspiracies
An intriguing story for sure, and it has to be said that Fulford’s subsequent books were more successful. The conspiracy theorist’s book about his own view of the 9/11 attacks sold more than 80,000 copies. In fact, according to the Benjamin Fulford website, more than 500,000 copies have been sold of the 15 books he has written in Japanese. (4)
Fulford’s book titled The Yakuza Recession: Another Lost Decade costs a whopping $47.57 to buy on Amazon, and that’s second-hand, while The Secret Technology That Could Save the World, which was published in 2009, costs a comparatively more modest $19.99. 9.11 Fabricate Terrorism – The United States Continues to Deceive the World Dictatorship of Japan costs $35.28 on Amazon.
It does not take a mathematician to work out that 500,000 copies of books sold at these prices would net Fulford millions!
The anti-establishment and illuminati-detesting crusader’s proficiency in selling products does not stop at books, as you can also buy Benjamin Fulford-related CDs, DVDs and even White Dragon Society apparel!
At first glance, one might give some regard to Fullford’s White Dragon Society and their fight against the “military industrial complex” and to counter the world illuminati as a group of lunatics. However, at a closer inspection, how harebrained is becoming a millionaire through inventing an absurd solution to resolve all the world’s woes?