The past year has seen pre-revolutionary turmoil, next may come post-revolutionary turmoil
Benjamin Fulford Update, December 29, 2015
Source of report here.
This is the last Weekly Geopolitical News and Analysis report for 2015 and it is a good time to look back and see how much has changed in the past year. In many ways the situation now is similar to the situation in Eastern Europe just before the fall of the Soviet Union. Most of Eastern Europe had overthrown their Stalinist overlords and only the big kahuna, the Soviet Union, remained standing. Europe has already rejected Khazarian mafia rule and what the world awaits is the collapse of the criminal rogue regime still in control in the Israel, the United States and a few vassal states like Japan. This can be done in 2016 but only if the White Dragon Society plus their BRICS and European allies keep up the offensive.
The biggest sign the Europeans have rejected the gangster regime headquartered in Washington DC is their decision to reject US pressure and join the Chinese initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which formally opened its doors last week. This move was led by the UK, usually the US’s most firm ally, and was quickly followed by France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland etc.
The French and the Germans, for their part, rejected the Washington DC crime regime’s attempt to start a war in the Ukraine by by-passing the US and directly negotiating the Minsk Peace accords with Russia.
There is also a systematic attempt to cut off all funding for the Zionazi (neo-con) faction of the Khazarian mob. These are the people who wanted to start World War 3 in order to reduce the world population by 90% and enslave the surviving 10%. This faction, headed by George Bush Sr. and his fellow Zionazis, survives mainly on oil, drugs, slavery and arms dealing.
The plunge in oil prices from over $70 a barrel late last year to the $30 range recently will start hitting these gangsters in earnest in January as their one year price hedges begin to expire.
The FARC rebels in Columbia meanwhile, have announced they will no longer be laundering their $50 billion a year in cocaine revenue through….