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Bill Cooper predicts 9/11

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posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 03:10 PM
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It has widely been publicised that Alex Jones discussed 9/11 six weeks prior to the event, and Alex Jones claims to have been to first to discuss it. However William Cooper seems to have been discussing 9/11 and Osama Bin Laden's connection to it from as early as June 2001. Any of you know more of this? Did any of you hear William Coopers broadcasts?

William Cooper was killed shortly after 9/11/2001.

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In that short clip Cooper makes a very good point (and sounds quite amusing) when he points out that the Pentagon with all their intelligence networks and huge budgets can't find Bin Laden even though they are supposed to be looking for him everywhere, yet some "doofus jerkoff reporter" from CNN just walks into his caves and interviews him!!!

Cooper made some interesting discussions on the Illuminati/NWO/Knights of Malta and the Vatican.

In Cooper's book, "Behold the pale horse", Cooper pointed out that Pope JPII was a salesman of the chemical Zyklon B gas when he worked for IG Farben during WWII. That chemical was used to gas hundreds of thousands of Jews at Auschwitz.


[edit on 17-12-2007 by golddragnet]




posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 03:31 PM
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The reporters didn't find him, the Al Qaeda invited them.
Not to mention the reporters mentioned how tight security was when they were near Osama Bin Laden. They weren't taking any chances, even with reporters.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 03:38 PM
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Originally posted by deltaboy
The reporters didn't find him, the Al Qaeda invited them.
Not to mention the reporters mentioned how tight security was when they were near Osama Bin Laden. They weren't taking any chances, even with reporters.


Doesn't it strike you as odd that CNN reporters could go in there, and The Pentagon couldn't catch him, either before or after??? The Pentagon were supposed to be looking for him, wouldn't they have got wind of a CNN reporter going to interview him? Wouldn't they have been able to discover his movements etc



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 03:45 PM
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Originally posted by golddragnet
Doesn't it strike you as odd that CNN reporters could go in there, and The Pentagon couldn't catch him, either before or after??? The Pentagon were supposed to be looking for him, wouldn't they have got wind of a CNN reporter going to interview him? Wouldn't they have been able to discover his movements etc


You think reporters report to the DOD? They report for news organizations they work for. Imagine Al Jazeera reporting to the Pentagon on the exact location of Osama Bin Laden.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:03 PM
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Originally posted by deltaboy

Originally posted by golddragnet
Doesn't it strike you as odd that CNN reporters could go in there, and The Pentagon couldn't catch him, either before or after??? The Pentagon were supposed to be looking for him, wouldn't they have got wind of a CNN reporter going to interview him? Wouldn't they have been able to discover his movements etc


You think reporters report to the DOD? They report for news organizations they work for. Imagine Al Jazeera reporting to the Pentagon on the exact location of Osama Bin Laden.



I didn't say they would report to the DOD, however, in view of the crimes for which he was wanted shouldn't the Pentagon have pursued CNN about it??? That is part of their job isn't it? Osama Bin Laden was wanted for terrorism, and wanted so as to prevent future terrorism. They have since waged war on Afganistan because Bin Laden was living there, and Iraq because......well for money, but supposedly to prevent terrorism. Now with all their technology and power surely the Pentagon could have got information from CNN relating to the capturing of a wanted terrorist. AND Bill Cooper was shown to be correct, from that clip, he predicted Bin Laden would be blamed for a huge future terrorist attack. The CNN reporter also predicted a huge attack, but the Pentagon couldn't find him??? Despite that a CNN reporter had just interviewed him.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:12 PM
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This ain't like some movie like Enemy of The State where you got a satellite hovering over Will Smith's head.
Even high tech does not help find Osama Bin Laden. Think of it this way...look at Iraq and with America's military superiority. All that hi tech stuff ain't gonna find all the insurgents who don't use their credit cards to tell where they are like Americans at home. What makes you think Osama is going to use a VISA in the mountains? Did the CNN tell the U.S. govt. what they were doing? The the ABC tell the U.S. govt. what they were doing just prior to visiting Osama Bin Laden? NOOOO!! And remember that Osama hasn't give interviews since post 9/11. He ain't stupid. Think of the reporter Daniel Pearl. He was a reporter, but accused of being a spy and beheaded.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:20 PM
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Originally posted by deltaboy
The the ABC tell the U.S. govt. what they were doing just prior to visiting Osama Bin Laden? NOOOO!! And remember that Osama hasn't give interviews since post 9/11. He ain't stupid. Think of the reporter Daniel Pearl. He was a reporter, but accused of being a spy and beheaded.


This is where the US and UK obviously differ, if a major news channel had such a 'scoop' our intelligence agencies, would without a doubt know about it. It may be that with your 'freedom of the press' your news agencies do not have a reporting protocol and that their movements are not monitored, but our press are. In fact I would go as far as to say, that even if US intelligence did not know about the meeting with bin Laden the UK intelligence service did...what do they think Echelon is for?

In the post- World War 2 period many of the British newspapers had numerous MI5/6 assets on the pay roll, this may have changed but I doubt it. I would be very surprised if the US government or the CIA were unaware that the interview was taking place. They obviously chose not to follow it up - I'm sure that they had their reasons



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:21 PM
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This is not like Iraq. The Pentagon was specifically looking for Bin Laden, a CNN reporter had just interviewed him, and then declared he was going to cause a massive attack on USA. If the Pentagon really was after Bin Laden, then they could have reached him the same as the CNN "doofus" reporter reached him. And they could have foiled the 9/11 disaster if they were doing their job.

Bill Cooper makes a very good point, and maybe you are not realising the full power, and the budget of the Pentagon, and what exactly they are supposed to be doing.

And by the way, Iraq is another issue, but as you brought it up, I don't think the US military want to prevent violence and terrorism in Iraq, they want the violence and death to continue, it gives them the best excuse not to leave the country, its why they went in their in the first place, to have a very powerful presence their. Having insurgents causing mayhem is exactly what they want. And they have been saying for a long time, they won't leave until there is peace in Iraq, so the last thing they want is peace in Iraq. Bush and the gang didn't go this far just to leave.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:23 PM
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Originally posted by KilgoreTrout

Originally posted by deltaboy
The the ABC tell the U.S. govt. what they were doing just prior to visiting Osama Bin Laden? NOOOO!! And remember that Osama hasn't give interviews since post 9/11. He ain't stupid. Think of the reporter Daniel Pearl. He was a reporter, but accused of being a spy and beheaded.


This is where the US and UK obviously differ, if a major news channel had such a 'scoop' our intelligence agencies, would without a doubt know about it. It may be that with your 'freedom of the press' your news agencies do not have a reporting protocol and that their movements are not monitored, but our press are. In fact I would go as far as to say, that even if US intelligence did not know about the meeting with bin Laden the UK intelligence service did...what do they think Echelon is for?

In the post- World War 2 period many of the British newspapers had numerous MI5/6 assets on the pay roll, this may have changed but I doubt it. I would be very surprised if the US government or the CIA were unaware that the interview was taking place. They obviously chose not to follow it up - I'm sure that they had their reasons


Good points. And CNN is also an asset of the intelligence agencies. And how can someone even imagine that the Pentagon wouldn't know what CNN know???



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:27 PM
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Having a tv set on channel of the CNN in a CIA office building doesn't mean CNN works for the CIA. Remember that fiasco about the North Korean missile launch where Bill Clinton heard of the launch an hour on CNN before the CIA informed the president and he was pissed about the slow response?


[edit on 17-12-2007 by deltaboy]



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:30 PM
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Echelon is useless if Osama ain't using his phone. And hasn't since some idiot told the news organizations that we can track people.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:34 PM
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Originally posted by deltaboy
Echelon is useless if Osama ain't using his phone. And hasn't since some idiot told the news organizations that we can track people.


If a phone wasn't used then think about how many lips the message had to pass through that Bin Laden was available to be interviewed. No loose lips?? I find that pretty unbelieveable.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:47 PM
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Got many loyal fighters to Bin Laden. Many willing to die, which is a fact. Unless martyrdom is a myth in your view.
Think they are willing to tell where their great leader is if you captured a messenger?



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:47 PM
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Originally posted by deltaboy
reply to post by golddragnet
 


Having a tv set on channel of the CNN in a CIA office building doesn't mean CNN works for the CIA. Remember that fiasco about the North Korean missile launch where Bill Clinton heard of the launch an hour on CNN before the CIA informed the president and he was pissed about the slow response?


[edit on 17-12-2007 by deltaboy]


Do you believe everything you read??? As for CNN, they are an asset of the intelligence networks. What exactly do you think the intelligence networks do??? You do know that a HUGE part of their job is to infiltrate every group that may be of assistance to them, the media being one such group.

[edit on 17-12-2007 by golddragnet]



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:49 PM
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Do you believe everything you read???? I'm very concerned about you as well.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:53 PM
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Originally posted by deltaboy
reply to post by golddragnet
 


Do you believe everything you read???? I'm very concerned about you as well.


You obviously know VERY LITTLE of the role of the intelligence networks and just how powerful they are. If they really wanted to catch Bin Laden they would have done it a long time ago. And the Bin Laden-CIA links have been highlighted on this site many times previously.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 04:58 PM
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Your perception of intelligence agencies as all powerful God that sees everything is amusing. Look at how long it took the military and intelligence agencies to find Saddam Hussein in Iraq. The CIA, FBI, NSA, NRO and other intelligence agencies have massive resources, sophistication and manpower. But in the end they are all human.

I can point out past intelligence failures of the U.S. govt. to show they are not infallible.



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 05:01 PM
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Think of the U.S. govt. attempts to find Eric Rudolph for many years. He was caught by a police officer while looking for food in a garbage can. Embarrasing eh?



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 05:37 PM
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If a phone wasn't used then think about how many lips the message had to pass through that Bin Laden was available to be interviewed. No loose lips?? I find that pretty unbelieveable.


Wouldn't the same thing apply if it was a vast NWO conspiracy as well?



posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 05:45 PM
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Originally posted by deltaboy
Think of the U.S. govt. attempts to find Eric Rudolph for many years. He was caught by a police officer while looking for food in a garbage can. Embarrasing eh?


That has nothing to do with the point Bill Cooper was making. If you can't see the manipulation behind the story then you haven't researched the story and thought about it clearly. Bin Ladens CIA connections have been shown on this site many times previously. CNN's connections to the intelligence network has also been shown. AND Bill Cooper has been shown to be correct, Bin Laden was indeed blamed for a massive terrorist attack, just like Cooper and the doofus reporter predicted. And you don't find it strange that the reporter working for CNN could get to the CIA-asset Bin Laden and film an interview with him but the CIA couldn't find Bin Laden at all??? And the CNN reporter claimed there would be a huge terrorist attack on USA involving Bin Laden, and the CIA who were already looking for Bin Laden didn't follow up the story?



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