You Tube: William Cooper & His Death
William Cooper, author of BEHOLD A PALE HORSE, the best-selling conspiracy book of all-time, was murdered by agents of the federal government in November 2001, mere weeks after 9/11.
You Tube: WILLIAM COOPER & HIS DEATH
William Cooper is the author of the all-time best-selling conspiracy book -- BEHOLD A PALE HORSE. I received my copy when a friend of mine had given me hers when she found she could not handle the revelations inside. This book also carries the distinction of being the most often stolen book out of the Border's Book Store chain. In my opinion, it should be on the shelves of ALL esoteric researchers reference libraries. I own the book, and the audiobook on CD.
After receiving an e-mail from a friend of mine, I watched the following documentary on Cooper's death. It was so well done, that I decided that my readers should watch this video (all 9 parts, please!).
NOTE: When you click on the video files below, you may get a message that the files have been removed -- simply open the You Tube page by DOUBLE-CLICKING on the video stream PLAY BUTTON -- it will then play from the You Tube page directly. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause:
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Pretty powerful stuff, eh?
William Cooper is a true hero, who died for what he believed in. He often said that this is what gave him life, and made his life worthwhile.
I have something for which I am willing to give up my life -- the United States Constitution. I describe my political affiliation to be CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTIONIST.
Do YOU have something that you believe in so strongly that you would gladly give your life to the clarion call of patriotic duty?
What makes YOUR LIFE worthwhile, and worth living?
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The following sources were used in the creation of this Kentroversy Paper . . .
Hour of the Time website
William Cooper's Mystery Babylon Series (42 hours)
William Cooper's Mystery Babylon II Series (20 hours)
William Cooper Related Links
Behold A Pale Horse
Hour of the Time
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