Benjamin Fulford – April 25th 2016:

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Hybrid war continues with Japanese underground military bases hit as Khazarian mafia under attack around the planet

SourceBenjamin Fulford

The battle for the planet earth has taken a dramatic turn with the destruction of three major Japanese underground bases, an accelerating hunt for Khazarian mafia oligarchs, high stakes financial negotiations between the military industrial complex and Asian secret societies and more.

First about the earthquakes: it is a given on Japanese internet chat boards that the recent spate of earthquakes in Southern Japan were all artificial earthquakes. The evidence presented is that the seismographs all resemble earthquakes caused by explosions with a sudden huge shock followed by steadily decreasing aftershocks. See the links below for evidence of this:

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A Senator Just Went on 60 Minutes Claiming the 9/11 Attackers Had “Support from Within the US”

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A Senator Just Went on 60 Minutes Claiming the 9/11 Attackers Had “Support from Within the US”

Jeffrey Philipps, We Are Change.org, April 11, 2016

http://wearechange.org/senator-just-went-60-minutes-claiming-911-attackers-support-within-us/

Underneath the visitors’ center in the United States Capitol is a secure room where the House Intelligence Committee stores highly classified files. In that room is a file titled “Finding, Discussion and Narrative Regarding Certain Sensitive National Security Matters.” It is twenty-eight pages long and it contains apparently damning information on the events leading up to the attacks on 9/11.

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The Top 8 “Conspiracy Theories” That Are Turning Out To Be True

http://www.collective-evolution.com/2015/05/13/the-top-8-conspiracy-theories-that-are-turning-out-to-be-true/      go to this link to see all the plug-ins and video’s for this article.

Conspiracy Theory: It’s a term used by many to brush off something that clashes with what they believe in, or have believed in for a long period of time. Taking in new information that runs counter to a current belief system is not easy and can cause the feeling of cognitive dissonance – a term used in modern psychology to describe the feeling of discomfort that arises from being confronted with two or more conflicting ideas, beliefs, or values. It suggests that we have an inner drive to hold onto all of our beliefs and attitudes, avoiding the feelings of discomfort and instability that accompany new ideas, regardless of whether those ideas are backed by evidence and sound logic.

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