Who was Bill Cooper?
Who was Bill Cooper? He was a collector of clocks, but his time on earth would be cut short. If conspiracy theories were an infectious disease, Milton William Cooper would be patient zero. Sometimes called the original Alex Jones, Cooper was the first reporter, to break the story of internment camps, set up by FEMA, for the detention of US citizens, in time of martial law.
Bill served in the Navy during the Vietnam War, as the captain of a swift boat, patrolling the coast and the interior waterways, of the Indochina peninsula, to intercept the Vietcong, in their movement of arms and munitions. According to his autobiography, he also served in Naval Intelligence, until his discharge in 1975.
His first big story, in 1988, he revealed that during his work in military Intelligence, he handled classified information, which documented a meeting between the U.S. government, and extraterrestrials. He also claimed to have seen photographs of the EBE, or Extraterrestrial Biological Entity, which was captured at the site, of the U.F.O. crash at Roswell. He believed an alien presence, was exerting influence, on human evolution.
In 1991 Bill Cooper published "Behold A Pale Horse", a five hundred page book, that was a masterpiece of paranoia, but just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean that they're not out to get you. There is a full chapter on the liason of U.S. Army Intelligence, with high ranking members of the Church of Satan. The book also includes proof that the CIA was bringing narcotics into the United States, to generate financing for projects off the books, also known as "black operations".
When today's newest conspiratorial voice, "Q" of the QAnon theory, endorsed Cooper's book in February 2018, it quickly sold out on Amazon, at twenty-two dollars a copy, even though a text version can be found on the internet for free. The title then climbed into the top five, of books disclosing knowledge of the arcane. The anonymous "Q" styles himself, in the tradition of Bill Cooper.
For eight years, beginning in 1993, Bill hosted a shortwave radio program, “The Hour of the Time,” which usually opened with the blast of an air raid siren, followed by the barking of wild dogs, the echo of women crying out, and the sound of marching army boots, closing in. One can also hear sheep, bleating in the background, which were representative of what Cooper called "the sheeple", or the people who allowed themselves to be led like sheep.
Bill believed in a wide variety of conspiracies, including efforts by secret societies to rule the world, in campaigns stretching back through the centuries, by groups such as the Masons... or the Illuminati, which was founded in Germany in 1776, to engage in social engineering on a massive scale, with a goal of the abolishment of religion.
Although he was not a psychic, Bill made numerous successful predictions of national and world events. He predicted the banking crisis, he predicted school shootings, and most famously, he predicted a major attack on a metropolis in the USA, two months before the attack on September eleven.
On “The Hour of the Time,” Cooper often cautioned listeners, not to believe anything they heard on the show. Do not believe anything, he recommended, until you can prove to yourself, by conducting your own research, otherwise you may be doomed to slavery, to the New World Order.
Cooper moved away from the UFO community, and toward the militia subculture, which was anti-government. He was charged with tax evasion in 1998. An arrest warrant was issued, but for years, he repeatedly eluded, attempts to serve the warrant. In 2001, sheriff's deputies of Apache County, attempted to arrest Cooper at his Arizona home. They had orders, not to allow him to retreat within his house, and he was taken out.
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