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Originally posted by zysin5
Alex Jones is the guy who jumped in his place really fast. It was almost as if Alex was waiting to jump in the mans seat. There is a lot that goes into this.. And you are touching upon the tip of a really big ice burg.
Cooper was one of the few men, I had much respect for. And was one of the real deals.. unlike Alex Jones, who promptly took his place and claimed he was the one who predicted this event. AJ is a shill replacement, who says just enough "truths" to gain many peoples attention, mostly those who never heard of William Cooper.edit on 11-9-2012 by zysin5 because: 1.2
Originally posted by ConspiracyBuff
Milton William Cooper was a true patriot and genuine truth seeker, who was ruthlessly gunned down by Federal Agents in his prime. Although he was not 100% correct, he was on the right track.
Alex Jones claimed on air the Russians had nuked the US during Y2K...
Alex Jones/InfoWars/Prison Planet all his movies and articles are simply meant to scare and or anger people not pass along any kind of understanding. It’s a soap opera for people who are interested in conspiracies.
They killed Cooper and gave us Jones.
Originally posted by TXRabbit
what's the story behind his killing/execution/murder? I know I could hit Wikipedia and get one side of the story and then some crappy Wordpress site and get another side, but I'd rather hear it from the ATS followers.
Originally posted by RamsOnTop
Can somebody sum up the gist of his book (Behold a pale horse)? I've never read it and it interests me whether he talks about reptillians, grays, nwo? I've heard about the gun-fight with the grays in Dulce and I think it's all bull....
Originally posted by gladtobehere
William Cooper is described as a "conspiracy theorist". This is a term used by the establishment for the express purpose of dismissing someone or anything they have to say.
He was a radio talk show host, an author, a husband and a father.
Political scientist Michael Barkun characterized (Copper's book) Behold a Pale Horse as "among the most complex superconspiracy theories" and also among the most influential, being much read in militia circles as well as widely sold in mainstream bookstores.
He was a person. And it would seem that he did not believe nor trust his government though he served them as a member of the military.
Its been reported that Rush Limbaugh, during one of his broadcasts, read a White House memo on the air which named William Cooper as "...the most dangerous radio host in America".
On November 5th, 2001, he was killed at his home by Sheriff's deputies...
Here's to remembering William Cooper on this solemn day.
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