William Cooper was the individual who opened my eyes to the conspiracy world, and for that he has my eternal gratitude.
There are a few things that
people like to cite as reasons to discredit him. One is that he flip fopped on conspiracies (most notably the alien genre). Well, I see it as an
individual who was still learning, and adjusting his views accordingly. Another is his bad attitude/drinking. I didn't see/hear it as a predominant
issue. He seemed well read and intelligent. My personal opinion is that it was/is a useful straw man to discredit Cooper. It's also a useful
explanation for his murder, so in turn people will run with it.
Although I didn't agree with all of what he said, he still resonated with me as a
genuine person. Something that AJ fails to do. Speaking of Jones. His claim to fame is predicting 9/11, which is bull@#$%. Anyone who knows anything
knows that claim to be garbage. There was a lot of tension built up because of a broadcast in which Cooper chastised Jones because of a Y2k scare
Jones pushed during one of his broadcasts. If you've never heard it search for it on youtube. It's a must listen for anyone who has any interest in
Last but not least, Cooper is dead. We can get into whether or not it was deserved, and whether Cooper is to shoulder the blame for his
own demise. When it comes down to it he is gone and Jones is still plugging away selling all his crap.
It is also a strange coincidence that the
guy who had proclaimed an attack was possibly imminent died a month after 9/11 by means of a confrontation with authorities. Me thinks he had come
across some critical information that could have been damning. He was the top conspiracy guy at that time, and if anyone had good information there is
a good chance they would have went to Cooper with it. Authorities also left his body on his front steps for hours while they searched his house
claiming a bomb threat.
I hope he now has the peace his life never gave him. Thank you William Milton Cooper.