I'd say it's common knowledge that Big Brother lies. For whatever reason he professes when caught red-handed, the truth about that particular
reality has been "out" for quite some time.
I read this book in 1990 (by my closest friend's request), and it's still with me today...every word - even the "outlandish" stuff. This is the
book that opened my eyes and got me on the path to research and discovery. Before this time in my life, I was living in my own little bubble, like
most of the people you'll meet on the street and in coffee shops and internet cafes every day.
Many believe that Milton William Cooper suffered from what is commonly known as "UFO Disease" toward the end of his life, which means that he was
making up stuff just to stay on the cutting edge. Yeah, there's some "oh boy" stuff in it (I attribute this to the proverbial sledgehammer over
the head bit), but to understand just how much TRUTH he knew, all you have to do is read it once, and after this extraordinary epiphany smacks you in
the face, the truth will forever after reinforce its own validity.
So yeah, he was a bit off in the end, and I don't pay that stuff mind (the stuff that hasn't produced validation [not very much mind you]), but the
stuff he was right about...he was SERIOUSLY right about.
Indeed, most of the truth's we are seeing today (as if the truth could be plural
), were first written (or I first read about them) in Behold A
Pale Horse almost 20 years ago, and they still hold fervent objectivity today.
Once you read it, it will seem that everyone in the last 20 years has taken their ques from this one source, yet that's how the truth works...it just
keeps getting backed up by other sources whether they're conscious of the correlation or not.
What he was "on" about he was seriously "ON" about. I've tried time and time again to get around the truth to no avail. I've had some of the
worst anxiety attacks of my life while reflecting on some of the material in this book, and if you're completely knew(lol) to this material (and in
fact quite a bit of what's on ATS), I would have to advise a word of caution before recommending it. A lot of it will seem like malarkey, but the
impacting material I'm talking about in this book is horrific at best, yet rings so true that you can't get around it. It is constantly reinforced
during everyday activities. Indeed, you might come away with a certain knowledge that you truly do not want.
Of course, having said that, I know you'll probably do what I did before reading it. "Yeah, right buddy!" "Jeez man! What a gullible breed you
come from, eh?!?" "Dude! You ok?!?" But then you won't be able to get your mind off the first page trial run you want so badly (LOL moment).
Once you do give in and read that first page, you won't put the book down. Why do I feel like a gratuitous commercial narrator here? Anyway, I
apologize for my digression. You get the point.
There is a certain maturity you inherently acquire when you finally understand the truth, and once you understand just a small part of it, it will
build upon itself like the biggest tumbling snowball you could ever imagine. (i.e.) It's easy to get involved in the negativity of it all, but you
will eventually come to accept it, and realize the positivity of of being "in the know.":
- You'll no longer have any semblance of "You're own little bubble" at all (you'll no longer be a "goyim").
- And most importantly, Big Brother will never be able to lie to you again (you'll no longer be a "goyim").