Category: Letters to the Editor

Trustworthy intelligence

Ben,

Apparently SM, the author of the missive to you featured on your newsletter this week, doesn’t understand compartmented intelligence.  I will only go so far as to say that I do understand.  Certainly he should understand “need to know.”  He should also know that whatever level of high clearance he had/has, has an unknown and indefinite number of “slashes” at the highest levels.  Many levels have no knowledge of the others—that’s the point.  The probability of anyone with other than the topmost levels knowing anything about what you’re talking about is something a bit more than nil.

Meanwhile, though, your information comes from a source that you trust.  That’s a hard one for me to swallow sometimes, inasmuch as intelligence people make their livings lying.  There isn’t a concept of “trust” except in its worst form—a kind of “whether or not you’re being compromised by some force or another” as its measure.  Thus, I also hope you are careful in your qualification of your sources.  I trust that you are and tend to believe the reports that you make, especially since you accurately called the American elections when no one else did.

This whole period from 2001 to today—or perhaps even in consideration of my whole life—has really clarified my patriotism.  That is, I was never a “flag-waver” and have never easily adopted pledges and creeds.  That said, I firmly believe in the American Republic as conceived by its founders and as embodied in the Constitution of the United States and its corresponding Bill of Rights and Amendments.  To these I can say that I am 100% pledged.  To the extent that our leadership betrays the principles embodied there, they are most certainly traitors.

Unfortunately—as perhaps through all our history—their means and methods of deceit are more sophisticated than most of my fellow countrymen wish to acknowledge.  Goodhearted as most of us are, we are not—as criminals always are—so predisposed to see evil in others’ actions.  Thus acknowledging that a person like Hillary is an arch-criminal and that at minimum half the nation has been utterly duped to her wiles is not a pill the nation readily can swallow.  We are in some desperate shape here.

—Anon


You are right to note that agency folk have the bad habit of putting out disinformation.  They often use 90% real information to get you to swallow a 10% disinformation hook.  That is why I am very careful with my sources and make sure to inform my readers any time disinformation slips through my filters.

You are right about average, nice people being unable to understand the incredible criminality at the top of the power structure.  These people are able to do things like order the murder of millions because they think it is for “the greater good.”  That good, of course, means what is good for them, not for the rest of us Earth-dwellers.

—BF

Fearless truth-tellers

Greetings, Benjamin:

I salute your numerous signature-style accomplishments as an independent journalist since departing Forbes.

I have acknowledged you on page 20 of this e-Book that I authored for journalism teaching purposes.

You are among a handful of fearless truth-tellers who have kept the journalism profession alive post 9/11.

Deborah Tavares, Julian Assange, and yourself are my favorite favorites.

All the best to you.

Jay Jericho
https://journalistethics.com/
http://www.thefreeschool.education/language-tests-review.html


Thanks, Jay,

One thing to keep in mind is that in journalism there is a lot of “he said, she said,” going on and all we can do in such cases in present both versions and let readers decide for themselves. That sort of reporting accounts for a lot of what you point out to be contradictions. The other thing, of course, is that you can agree with people like Putin and Trump some of the time, and disagree other times depending on their words and actions.

In any case, I try to use constructive criticism such as yours in order to keep improving my work. Thank you.

—BF

Questions from a military man

 

Benjamin:

I’ve been a follower for a while, and I’m a retired military with a high clearance.  I have a couple of questions.

First, what part of DoD are these folks working in who are discussing the cabal?  I worked in both the agencies and the DoD and never saw any of the things you mention.  I’m curious how they can keep things a secret within the ranks.  Bear in mind that I was privy to a lot of information and had a need to know with some of it but never saw any of this information.

Second, how do we win?  How do we out the MSM and get this information out to the public?

Best,
SM


Hi SM:

First of all, there is a lot of confusion with terminology, with people meaning different things.  For example, when they use the word “Illuminati,” for many it is a general catch-all phrase for the tip-top of the elite.  In the real world, there are two groups who call themselves “Illuminati.”  One is the descendants of the Caesars and the ruling bloodlines of Europe.  The other is opposed to bloodline rule and claims to have started the American, French, and Russian Revolutions.  In my work I refer to the latter as Gnostic Illuminati, and the former as P2 Freemasons or British Royal family, depending on which faction of the bloodlines I refer to.  Remember that as a reporter I got this information first-hand by meeting representatives of these groups.

The trick is to follow the money to understand what is going on.  What we are dealing with is a faction among the families that control the privately owned central banks.

For convenience and ease of understanding, I use “Khazarian mafia” as a catch-all phrase for the ruling factions engaged in high-level criminal activity.  You would probably have used phrases like Israel, the Israeli lobby, neo-cons, and oligarchs to describe the same groups.

In any case, the key to removing their power is to remove their control of the Western central banks and the Fortune 500 companies.  These are all controlled by about 700 people.

Concerning the media, the trick is to occupy the corporate headquarters of the six conglomerates who control 90% of the media and arrest their top management and controlling shareholders.  A lot could be accomplished by arresting the Sulzberger family who own The New York Times.  They could and should be charged as being criminally complicit, for example, in the crimes of 9/11.

What you also need to understand is that Donald Trump is controlled opposition who was bailed out by the Rothschild family each time he went bankrupt.  That is why he has failed so far to round up the people involved in 9/11.  This can be confirmed through open sources.

—BF

Guam citizens should have the right to vote in U.S. elections

I am writing on behalf of the governor of Guam, Eddie Baza Calvo, to ask you to consider publishing his recent letter to President Trump.

Governor Calvo Letter to President Trump-A Veteran A Vote

Guam is a tiny western Pacific U.S. territory, one-third of it occupied by two U.S. military bases, taken as spoils of war in 1898 and 1944.  Its indigenous people (the Chamorros) have long struggled for civil rights as well as political self-determination.  No one resident on Guam can vote for president or vice president of the U.S., although they are U.S. citizens by birth.

The governor is attempting to draw attention to the injustice of this issue with his initiative “A Veteran, A Vote,” because Guam has the highest military enlistment in the States or territories (one out of every eight adults), while being dead last in veterans funding.  We have highly decorated service members, such as former Congressman and Brigadier General Ben Blaz, USMC (Ret.), and Command Sgt. Maj. Martin Manglona, U.S. Army (Ret.).

Our non-voting delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives, Madeleine Bordallo, is preparing a House resolution on the issue as well.

We believe that at a time when the country is debating the rights of immigrants, this is a good time to remind the conscience of our nation of the rights of our veterans, and the rights of those who are already U.S. citizens.

On a personal note, I was born in Michigan to descendants of Irish and German immigrants and, when I moved to Guam in 2012, I too lost my right to vote.  As a longtime admirer of the suffragettes who won women the right to vote, I often wondered if I would have the courage they did.  Now I am finding out just how hard it can be to win attention even for a good cause.

Please consider helping our cause for civil rights by publishing the letter below.  I am also attaching a copy of the governor’s letter to the White House, some members of Congress, governors of other U.S. territories, and some members of the Cabinet.

Thank you for your time and attention.

Elizabeth (Isa) Bowman, Ph.D.
Special Assistant
Ufisian i Maga’lahin Guahan
(Office of the Governor of Guam)


AN OPEN LETTER TO THE NATION
From Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo

My Fellow Americans:

As another Fourth of July passes, in which our nation celebrates our independence from colonial Britain, and as debates over illegal immigrants continue to rend at the fabric of our unity, I ask you to join me in considering the rights of our own U.S. citizens in our island territories.

As the governor of the U.S. territory of Guam, I bring to your attention a matter of great importance to our nation—the plight of the U.S. veteran.

Our island of Guam is an American stronghold in the western Pacific and the “tip of the spear” in safeguarding our national security.  Our people are among the most patriotic of Americans:

  • One-third of prime land is occupied by U.S. naval and air force bases.
  • Guam has the highest per-capita enlistment in the U.S. military.
  • One out of every eight Guamanians has served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
  • The casualty rate for Guam service members in Iraq and Afghanistan is 450% higher than the national average.
  • Four thousand U.S. patriots are buried at the Guam U.S. Veterans Cemetery.

So many of Guam’s veterans laid down their lives, and thousands more fought and bled on foreign shores in the service of America’s noblest ideal—the defense of democracy.  Today, sons and daughters of Guam continue that legacy of service.  Yet, despite this, not one of these U.S. citizens can participate in the democratic process with a vote for their Commander-in-Chief, the American president.

This tragic irony affects thousands of our American citizens and military veterans living across the U.S. territories:  “Equal in war, unequal in peace,” as our late delegate from Guam, Brigadier General Ben Blaz, USMC (Ret.), told Congress.  Would we permit this to happen anywhere else—on the streets of Brooklyn, or in the small towns of Illinois—for those who gave their very lives to our nation?

“America, My Irony” is a memorial poem about the Guam U.S. Veterans Cemetery.  The Guamanian-American author, Joseph W. Duenas, is the son of a 27-year veteran of the U.S. Army.  His message resonates with our veterans, our military families, the U.S. citizens of Guam, and all brothers-and sisters-in-arms across the United States:  “And stacked four-high in concrete crypts, the U.S. soldiers lie;  no voice or vote for president;  democracy denied.”

American veterans residing in Guam and other U.S. territories have served our nation tirelessly for generations now, advocating with force of arms to protect our rights.  At a time of heated national debate, when voices are raised high for the rights of non-citizens and immigrants, whose voices are raised for their rights?

My fellow Americans, we have fallen short in advocating for the rights of our most honored citizens—our veterans.  It is time to right this wrong.  Where there is a veteran, there must be a vote.

EDDIE BAZA CALVO is the governor of Guam and a U.S. citizen who cannot vote for president.

 

America, My Irony
On this month of Independence & Liberation, we reflect on Guam’s greatest generation.  We honor those Guamanians, past and present, who have served the USA.

Watch the Video: “America, My Irony” (2 min):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sflb1VGnzR4

Are you pushing the Cabal agents as good guys?

Hi Ben:

I have followed you for some years now, but have often felt that you are promoting the pinnacle and chief architects of the Cabal as good guys.  Yes, I know you say that you print what you hear and let the reader decide.  But what really concerns me is that you are pushing the Cabal agents as good guys.  I cannot sit back any longer.

You seem to think the satan-worshiping paedophiles known as the British Royal family are working for the side of humanity?  Since when?  They have been at the helm of the cabal since way back.  How many times do “friends of Charles” get outed as rampant paedophiles?  Jimmy Savile being his best friend, then he gets the police to quash investigations into his archbishop paedophile friend.  He was named in the Elm guest house paedophile ring, which was buried by the UK police and hidden under both Nazi Google and EU right-to-be-forgotten laws.  As well as Prince Philip.  Not forgetting Prince Andrew’s close friendship with Jeffrey Epstein getting mentioned in the press here, only for the false flag attack at Charlie Hebdo to happen the next day.  So how are these evil people good, Ben?  The royals seem to get a biannual pay increase which they squander but never help the people.

Now, let’s look at the Vatican and the Pope you love so much.  Francis was involved in child abuse and subsequent coverups in South America.  He personally swore in Lucifer as the God of Christianity in the Vatican’s Serpent Temple.  You keep telling us Francis will eradicate global poverty.  He has been sitting on Satan’s throne for how long now?  Five plus years, and he hasn’t done a thing to end poverty.  Just swear in Lucifer and continue to rape children.

So tell me, Ben, whose side are you on here, as you are championing the evil that’s murdering and raping its way through to the total demise of Gaia and all her inhabitants?

I hope I’m wrong about you, Ben.  But please explain why you promote the vile and despicable as the good guys.

I won’t even mention the P2 Lodge, let alone how you conflict in which side they are on.  As one month you tell it how it is with the P2—they are evil satan-worshipers.  The week after, they are the good guys.

I’m sure many who follow your blog feel the same.  But others blindly accept.

I do not accept the paedophile satan-worshiping royals, Vatican, and whoever else you promote as the good guys, as this is promoting these child-raping, torturing, murdering, and eating parasites as our “liberators.”  To me this is a promotion of the Cabal 2.0 with a reboot, and they can carry on as normal.  Does this not seem the way?

In love and light against the dark,
CD


Hello.

Years of first-hand reporting have shown me that many people in the secret cabals actually mean well but are locked inside a bad system.  Our goal has always been to save the planet—not to “get the bad guys.”

Of course, some of the satanists are so evil that only the total destruction of their souls is possible.  However, there are many talented and basically good people locked in the system who can be put to work saving the planet after they have appeared in front of a truth and reconciliation committee.

We all want justice, of course, but ending poverty and stopping environmental destruction should be our first priority.

BF