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William Cooper (RIP), the man who predicted 9/11, warns about public shootings.

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posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 09:14 AM
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This is an excerpt from his book, Behold a Pale Horse, 1991.

A search for the terms "CIA Orion" will pull up results for MK Ultra but interestingly, there are no actual mentions of the word Orion.

Sure enough, after each incident, there is an outcry to further disarm the American people.

He goes on to say that antidepressant drugs were also a factor in these multiple victim public shootings which we also know to be true.


But I would now argue that instead of the CIA brainwashing people to commit these crimes, although this still seems to be the case:



Florida shooter: 'Gov. controlling my mind, forcing me to watch ISIS videos'


TPTB have realized that the media has the same ability, to influence weak minded people simply by the use of repetition and emotional triggers:
For those of you who dont know him, William Cooper was a veteran who served in Vietnam. He hosted a radio show called The Hour of the Time which dealt with a wide range of topics from alternative theories to the New World Order.

On June 28th 2001, he spoke about a false flag attack which would be blamed on Osama Bin Laden. He states the following as one of the main goals:


"...to take the guns and freedom away from the American people... to bring about one world socialist totalitarian government".

On November 5th 2001, he was killed at his home by Apache County sheriff's deputies.

For those who may not be familiar with his 9/11 warning:



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posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 09:30 AM
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a reply to: gladtobehere

Awesome find. Seems us false flag nutters weren't so nutty after all.

I started to read Behold a pale horse years ago but never actually read the full book. I'm going to find the pdf again and have another go.

This needs to be front page.

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 09:39 AM
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Star, flag, and amazing that he nailed the gun grabbers phenomenon way back in 1991. I’ll be seeking the publication as well...thanks for that!



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 10:02 AM
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a reply to: gladtobehere

Hopefully they try.

Then the wool will be pulled back, and the plight of the average American will be such that real change is not only required but immediate & inevitable.

Traitors always hang when new governments come to power.

Rightfully so.



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 10:04 AM
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a reply to: Wide-Eyes

Operation Northwoods among many, many, many other planned lies/deceptions used to trick the American people into war.

How many wars have we been conned in to in the last 100 years?

All of them? Just half? Only one?

How many American patriots died in that war?

Yeah, someone needs to pay for that. But never mind, repeat after the far radical socialist left: government is your friend
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posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 11:35 AM
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That book is mind blowing, although with the heavier topics such as ufos I’m not sure as to its truth. Some out there things in that book.

As far as well known ‘theorists,’ however, he’s probably my fav.

His Mystery Babylon radio series, which can be found on YouTube, is well done.

a reply to: gladtobehere



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 11:41 AM
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sounds like he has some decent ideas, the thing with guns though is how come its everything else that is the problem but not the gun, we have anti depressents in other parts of world, we have people with mental health issues, we have governements that say one thing do another, yet not as many mass shootings, so if all other options have been ruled out, whatever is left must be guilty (to paraphrase holmes)

Or am i missing something, I sure no i will be shot down by most Americans on ATS



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 11:52 AM
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a reply to: gladtobehere

Great thread OP. Seems I need to read a book soon.



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 11:59 AM
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Once again it seems that CNN is behind everything! FAKE NEWS!!!!



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 12:06 PM
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The myth of William Cooper is much greater then reality of who he was.

I saw Bill Cooper lecture in person multiple times and the first time was an event I will never forget as he jumped from UFOs to Shadow Govt to JFK getting killed by a fish gun. I rushed home from that lecture and proceeded to show all my friends the VHS tape I had gotten from it "you can see the driver in the front of the car right here with a blow fish gun" . I think I still have my first copy of Behold a Pale Horse. I devoured that book when it came out. This early version of Bill Cooper was something that the country and CT's truly needed. Calm, logical, credentialed with history and contacts.

The subsequent times i saw him speak he was a much different person..Paranoid, blaming everyone but himself for the production company that played with him on the JFK tapes. Ranting against paying taxes. Red faced and essentially a shell of who he was.

Cooper never predicted 911 that's just urban legend that CT's throw around at this point to try and make him something he is not. He was frustrated that he didnt get the same access to Bin Laden that a different reporter did and as such did what he , at the end of his story did which is turn into a precursor of Alex Jones. As for the "prediction" what he did was in a time when in the intelligence world their was plenty of chatter going on of a pending attack and Bin Laden was the big baddie at that point he said something was going to happen. Even in the clip posted he never predicts Bin Laden would cause the 911 attack, it's just a mantra that CT's repeat over and over. It's the equivalent of me saying as the US enters Winter "over the next few weeks its going to snow some place and someone is going to get in an accident. When that happens you watch the media with all its forecasting tools will blame Mother Nature"

Dont get me wrong, WIlliam Cooper is the reason why I went down the conspiracy rabbit hole. Early on I believe he was interested in getting the truth out but over the course of seeing him develop that desire changed into basically a petty, paranoid man that tried to bully people. Still I believe it's worth it for people that are starting out to watch or read his early work when he wasnt AJ Circa 15 years ago.



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 12:39 PM
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Why is it that a read the title and knew right away who the author was.

Ohhhh...thats right this is now at least the fourth time you have posted this exact same thread, actually I think it might be more than that but it couldn't really be bothered dragging myself through your entire posting history, I know you like to talk about Cooper quite a bit however now your just posting the same stuff over and over again.

Remembering the man who predicted 9/11, William Cooper. from 2013
Remembering the man who warned us about 9/11 months prior: William Cooper. From 2012
Remembering the man who predicted 9/11: Bill Cooper From 2011.

So once again let me just say what I said the last time you brought this up.

Let me clear this up at no point did William Cooper predict 9/11 all he said was that Bin Laden was going to attack America or Israel prior to the attacks of 9/11. Anyone who had a interesting in current affairs around that time could have told you this, Bin Laden was public enemy number one a long time before the attacks of 9/11 its just that most didn't know it.

Also the CNN interview he talks about actually took place in 1997 which is before the embassy bombings when America was more focused on disrupting his operations than they were with killing him outright. it might be possible that he was talking about Peter Bergen's book Holly War Inc as Bergen had been the producer on the 1997 report. There were later interviews but they were mostly done by Middle Eastern journalists.

Regardless Cooper did not "predict 9/11"!

Can't help but feel like you just like to pull this one out of the bag every time your short of a few flags.

If anyone cares to you can look through the links I have provided and see that each and ever time the OP has brought this up its been throughly debunked.

EDIT.

]Corection; make that five threads That five threads from you alone covering the exact same topic.
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posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 02:28 PM
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I’m not a 9/11 conspiracy guy, but that circled paragraph in the OP about the gun grabbers plans should really make anyone who believes in the US Constitution and Bill of Rights sit right up.

I found the book, will read over next week or so. As with most things I form hypotheses on, I try and search for multiple sources, so I’m sure there will be some rabbit trails to follow.

I also find it interesting when others try to immediately dismiss alleged cover ups and/or conspiracies, as if there is serious concern that others may agree with the originators. What are the motivators for that behavior?

All in all, I still thank the OP for giving me something besides politics to dig into...was getting to be time for a change!



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 02:38 PM
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Dont get me wrong, WIlliam Cooper is the reason why I went down the conspiracy rabbit hole. Early on I believe he was interested in getting the truth out but over the course of seeing him develop that desire changed into basically a petty, paranoid man that tried to bully people. Still I believe it's worth it for people that are starting out to watch or read his early work when he wasnt AJ Circa 15 years ago.


If so why do so many of these brave types end the same way? Could some get to their food or drink or maybe electronically? I would think so.



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 02:58 PM
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originally posted by: SeaWorthy
a reply to: opethPA




Dont get me wrong, WIlliam Cooper is the reason why I went down the conspiracy rabbit hole. Early on I believe he was interested in getting the truth out but over the course of seeing him develop that desire changed into basically a petty, paranoid man that tried to bully people. Still I believe it's worth it for people that are starting out to watch or read his early work when he wasnt AJ Circa 15 years ago.


If so why do so many of these brave types end the same way? Could some get to their food or drink or maybe electronically? I would think so.


In seeing Cooper live multiple times he seemed to have an almost night and day difference when he realized he had gotten scammed on the JFK video.

His early talking tours were really focused on the JFK + blow fish scenario and when the production company admitted they tweaked the video to make him look silly then you could see his personality start to change.



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 05:39 PM
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originally posted by: opethPA

originally posted by: SeaWorthy
a reply to: opethPA




Dont get me wrong, WIlliam Cooper is the reason why I went down the conspiracy rabbit hole. Early on I believe he was interested in getting the truth out but over the course of seeing him develop that desire changed into basically a petty, paranoid man that tried to bully people. Still I believe it's worth it for people that are starting out to watch or read his early work when he wasnt AJ Circa 15 years ago.


If so why do so many of these brave types end the same way? Could some get to their food or drink or maybe electronically? I would think so.


In seeing Cooper live multiple times he seemed to have an almost night and day difference when he realized he had gotten scammed on the JFK video.

His early talking tours were really focused on the JFK + blow fish scenario and when the production company admitted they tweaked the video to make him look silly then you could see his personality start to change.


So first, a video company intentionally tweaks footage to make him look looney.

Then, finally in the end, he is shot in the back — and dies in the front yard of his house — by authorities.

I’d say he had a really damn good reason to be paranoid...

On the other hand, my father always taught me this phrase, ‘even if you’re paranoid, it doesn’t mean they won’t get ya’. Sadly that was true for Bill Cooper.



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 07:18 PM
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a reply to: gladtobehere

I read that book more than 20 years ago. Wow! Brings back memories!



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 10:46 PM
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a reply to: Quetzalcoatl14

On hind site ...he was genius imho



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 11:26 PM
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I swear I need to revisit his material it's been so long and at the time I read it it was less relevant now over a decade later we are in a totally different world



posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 11:40 PM
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originally posted by: opethPA
Cooper never predicted 911 that's just urban legend that CT's throw around at this point to try and make him something he is not. He was frustrated that he didnt get the same access to Bin Laden that a different reporter did and as such did what he , at the end of his story did which is turn into a precursor of Alex Jones. As for the "prediction" what he did was in a time when in the intelligence world their was plenty of chatter going on of a pending attack and Bin Laden was the big baddie at that point he said something was going to happen.


If you were such a fan of the guy why are you wrong?
The prediction started when there was the CNN interview with Bin Laden.
This was the reason for picking Bin Laden, it had nothing to do with the "chatter".

Also, the idea that his prediction was made out of journalistic jealousy is wrong on countless levels. It's not only blatantly wrong it seems purposefully misleading.



posted on Nov, 20 2018 @ 01:46 AM
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Do "Secret Societies" Publish their Secrets to the Public in Books? - Bill Cooper taught it

The Manipulation of Information: Awake!—2000

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AS MEANS of communicating have expanded—from printing to the telephone, radio, television, and the Internet—the flow of persuasive messages has dramatically accelerated. This communications revolution has led to information overload, as people are inundated by countless messages from every quarter. Many respond to this pressure by absorbing messages more quickly and accepting them without questioning or analyzing them.
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How can you protect yourself from the types of people that the Bible calls “profitless talkers” and “deceivers of the mind”? (Titus 1:10) Once you are familiar with some of their tricks, you are in a better position to evaluate any message or information that comes your way. Here are some ways to do this.

Be selective: A completely open mind could be likened to a pipe that lets just anything flow through it—even sewage. No one wants a mind contaminated with poison. Solomon, a king and educator in ancient times, warned: “Anyone inexperienced puts faith in every word, but the shrewd one considers his steps.” (Proverbs 14:15) So we need to be selective. We need to scrutinize whatever is presented to us, deciding what to accept and what to reject.

However, we do not want to be so narrow that we refuse to consider facts that can improve our thinking. How can we find the right balance? By adopting a standard with which to measure new information. Here a Christian has a source of great wisdom. He has the Bible as a sure guide for his thinking. On the one hand, his mind is open, that is, receptive to new information. He properly weighs such new information against the Bible standard and fits what is true into his pattern of thinking. On the other hand, his mind sees the danger of information that is entirely inconsistent with his Bible-based values.
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Use discernment: ...

Using discernment, we will be able to recognize those who are merely using “smooth talk and complimentary speech” in order to “seduce the hearts of guileless ones.” (Romans 16:18) Discernment enables you to discard irrelevant information or misleading facts and distinguish the substance of a matter. ...
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Some people today are like sponges; they soak up whatever they come across. It is all too easy to absorb whatever is around us.

But it is far better for each individual personally to choose what he will feed his mind. It is said that we are what we eat, and this can apply to food for both the body and the mind. ...

Source: article in my signature and preceding page

Don't waste your time on those trying to make a quick buck out of your need or desire for conspiracy entertainment and intrigues (those who are just catering to a particular niche market they have found). "But there is a God in the heavens who is a Revealer of secrets" (Daniel 2:28):

The video above contains the most basic information about the so-called "New World Order" that William/Bill Cooper's books and radioshows won't mention anything about. Nor will any of the others that are or were trying to make some money with conspiracy entertainment: Jordan Maxwell, Alex Jones, Fritz Springmeier (not his real name), Bill Schnoebeln, John Todd, Zecharia Sitchin, etc.

"I am saying this so that no one may delude you with persuasive arguments." (Col 2:4)

And if you want to talk or think about TPTB (rather than the term "New World Order"), or rather The Power That Is, these 4 videos cover that subject quite nicely:

He is a liar! (part 1 of 2)

Is the Devil Real?

The last one is best to watch after watching the first video in this comment with Bill Cooper claiming that there is "no devil" if you "take human beings out of the picture" (as he puts it). A teaching or "information that is entirely inconsistent with" the bible, or "bible-based" teaching, knowledge, information (coming back to something mentioned in the previously quoted article).
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