Sunday, May 19, 2024
Share:

9/11, And The Man Whose Prediction May Have Gotten Him Killed



Nine and eleven have come around again. Twenty-two years later. May we never forget, all the memes will say.

The fact is that we have to quit it with the sappy memes. They mean nothing. Especially when the truth needs to be told beyond “remembering” and then forgetting again on September 12 every year.

That is what never forgetting should mean. That is what it should mean to honor the poor souls lost that day.

Once upon a time he was called the most dangerous radio personality in America by former President Bill Clinton. In August 2018 Rolling Stone called him the “Grandaddy of All American Conspiracy Theorists.” He was the quintessential truth-teller many similar citizen soldiers of 2023 would have likely scoffed at as well, myself included.

Of course Covid and all of its aftermath changed all that, and I and the world woke up.

His name was and is William Cooper. He was a man far ahead of his time. He was a man who told the truth and likely died because of it.

In August 2018, The New Republic ran “Pioneer of Paranoia: How William Cooper envisioned a web entangling global capitalism, the government, and UFOs, and incubated the politics of conspiracy,” which by the title alone tells exactly what this article is all about–an attempt at a total smear job of a man who, as it turns out, actually had it right the whole time.

Is there any question about anything in that subtitle? Need I delve into, at all, the recent creep of the alien narrative by the government through its Mockingbird megaphone, the establishment media? Here is one line from the article about that “crazy conspiracy theorist” and his conspiratorial nut listeners:

“Aliens were never more than a gateway drug for Cooper; they helped prime the pump for a conspiratorial paranoia towards the government.”

Well, here we are. 2023. And the alien narrative is firmly entrenched in the Mockingbird early morning marching orders.

Here’s just one more article headline from September 2018, but you probably get the point already:

The cult of William Cooper: the oddball conspiracist who predicted 9/11 – and his own death

I wonder, now that I see it, if anything was going on behind the scenes our overlords needed to play cover for during the late summer months of 2018. Those were just three random ones I picked for this article. All within a two-month period in 2018.

I’m sure it’s nothing.

Bill Cooper’s Behold a Pale Horse (1991) is probably must-see reading for every American, although even I, to date, am just now getting into it. Here is the blurb for the book on Google Books:

Bill Cooper, former United States Naval Intelligence Briefing Team member, reveals information that remains hidden from the public eye. This information has been kept in Top Secret government files since the 1940s. His audiences hear the truth unfold as he writes about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the war on drugs, the Secret Government and UFOs. Bill is a lucid, rational and powerful speaker whose intent is to inform and to empower his audience. Standing room only is normal. His presentation and information transcend partisan affiliations as he clearly addresses issues in a way that has a striking impact on listeners of all backgrounds and interests. He has spoken to many groups throughout the United States and has appeared regularly on many radio talk shows and on television. In 1988 Bill decided to “talk” due to events then taking place worldwide, events which he had seen plans for back in the early ’70s. Since Bill has been “talking,” he has correctly predicted the lowering of the Iron Curtain, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the invasion of Panama. All Bill’s predictions were on record well before the events occurred. Bill is not a psychic. His information comes from Top Secret documents that he read while with the Intelligence Briefing Team and from over 17 years of thorough research.

Perhaps the most chilling of these predictions was his call on the September 11 tragedy, a prediction rife with accuracy of detail beyond even typical prophecy. The man knew things, and it is a shame that it is only now since 2020 that millions and millions of Americans are finally waking up to every disguise and deception of the government/media apparatus that Cooper gave his life shouting about. Here is just one small piece of the video that follows, a seven-plus-minute clip (42:44-50:00) that is a must-listen for all patriots fighting the information war.

“How ’bout that? They’re doing the same thing today with Osama bin Laden, and that’s what I’ve been getting at. Can you believe what you have been seeing on CNN…? Can you believe it? [laughs cynically] Supposedly, a CNN reporter found Osama bin Laden, took a television camera crew with him, went into Osama bin Laden’s hideout, interviewed him and his top leadership…[and found him] in his hideout. This is a CNN reporter with a camera crew. And he came out and told everybody, ‘Within three weeks Osama bin Laden is going to attack the United States…!'”‘ Now don’t you think that’s kind of strange, folks?”

Again, it’s just a little over seven minutes. Mark 42:44-50:00. And as a quick aside I do not necessarily subscribe to the entire video’s contentions, even though there is a wealth of information worth sifting through.

Back to bin Laden. Indeed, I remember very specifically watching this very CNN interview as a man half my age now and wondering the very same thing. Why would Osama bin Laden, if he was the most wanted man on the planet, if he hated Americans so much, allow an American CNN camera crew into his secret inner-dwelling to do this seemingly cheeky, dare I say friendly, personal interview? Why would he be talking as if he were reading the words from a teleprompter? How could he let these people–these Americans–just waltz right out of his life and go back to America where all the American intelligence was waiting to get this coveted information from an American news crew who actually found a way to meet and greet American-hater Osama bin Laden?

Shouldn’t they have been dead before they ever stepped foot out of the cave?

I write my point a bit melodramatically because, well, that was how it was spinning in my head. I just kept picturing the word “America” and the fact (or fiction, as it turns out) that, surely, if CNN was on television with Osama bin Laden for the world to see, the US intelligence agencies might be a little excited to meet with CNN to find out what they’ve been missing and where they’ve gone wrong!

That is, if, and only if, these CNN reporters somehow made it back to America alive.

None of it made sense.

I then probably said, basically, “Whatever.” And got back to doing important things like agonizing over an LSU loss.

Even typing that makes me shake my head. I was asleep back then. My instincts were shouting from the rooftops just as loudly as Bill Cooper was, and yet I still chose to simply swallow the lie and go on about my life. Surely, surely, there was some viable explanation for what was going on here. Surely there was some explanation for the stabbing cognitive dissonance I was experiencing.

But nope. There was no reason. I was right, deep down inside at least. And that is truly the chilling reality of this story and the story of America as a whole since, at least, the JFK assassination: Villain infiltrators of our government and media became our masters because they were far smarter at lying to us than we were at recognizing it.

I call to mind this quote, a chilling reminder for those who know, and an equally chilling lesson for those who don’t:

“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.” -William Casey, former director of the CIA, upon being asked what the goal of the agency was in 1981.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr has spent the last several months telling us this as a Democrat presidential candidate. He’s even confirmed Operation Mockingbird. But he is not being lime-lighted by the Democrats for the very same reason Bill Cooper was destroyed his entire life.

The truth.

Bill Cooper was saying the things millions of us are saying today, and he was saying them a long time ago. He suffered for it, both on the outside with naysayers and reputation murderers and within, where a lonely world of truth and silence was the inhabitant. It is good to know, for his sake, that he was, after all, able to find at least some outlets for such a vast catalogue of incendiary information. Sadly still, he was a lonely soul who, no matter how bold he got in sharing his message, most likely lived and died a somewhat tortured life. It must have been hell at times, living with what he knew, not to mention having to know that hardly anyone would even listen to him.

At least not in his lifetime.

Milton William Cooper died on November 5, 2001. Here is one rendition of the mainstream media’s story of his death, given to us kindly by The Los Angeles Times.

Arizona Militia Figure Is Shot to Death

November 7, 2021

A wanted militia figure who vowed that he would never be taken alive was killed by a law enforcement officer after he shot a sheriff’s deputy trying to arrest him, authorities said Tuesday.

William Milton Cooper, 58, whose anti-government radio program included Oklahoma City bomber Timothy J. McVeigh as a fan, was fatally shot at his Eager, Ariz., home after confronting deputies late Monday and shooting one of them in the head, officials said.

Deputy Robert Martinez, 40, was hospitalized in critical condition with life-threatening wounds, said Steve Volden, a state police spokesman.

Authorities said the gun battle ensued when Apache County deputies tried to arrest Cooper on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and endangerment stemming from disputes with local residents in July and September. A handgun-toting Cooper fled when the deputies identified themselves. He opened fire as two deputies closed in, Volden said.

The charges stemmed from run-ins with residents who drove up to his home atop a butte and stopped nearby, only to be confronted by a gun-toting Cooper, who demanded that they leave, Volden said. The residents were not on Cooper’s property.

Mark Potok, a spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks militias, said Cooper was known within the movement for his short-wave radio show and a book called “Behold a Pale Horse,” in which he wrote about global conspiracies, some involving aliens.

Federal authorities said Cooper had also spent years trying to avoid capture on a 1998 arrest warrant for tax evasion.

“He had vowed that he would not be taken alive,” said Tom McCombs, a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service.

Funny thing, how people allegedly lying about high ranking elites suddenly end up dead all the time. Quite the conspiracy theory, no?

I may have believed that Times story once upon a time. Or, I may not have even cared to read it. I didn’t care, and I didn’t believe back then.

And that, times about two or three hundred million folks, is why America is in the shape it is in today. This is all partly my fault.

I helped kill Bill Cooper.

It may be a bit melodramatic, yes, but I say it to make a point. We as American patriots have finally woken up to the nefarious dealings of our government-media apparatus, but a lot of us were late to the party. A lot of us are shouting from the rooftops now only because conspiracy realists like Bill Cooper paved the way.

September 11, 2001 was an inside job, with assistance from foreign governments not disclosed to us by Mockingbird. I have zero doubt of that, while I admittedly don’t understand every single detail. But neither did Bill Cooper. You don’t have to understand every single detail. The enemy made the whole thing so obvious, that it would take a truly impressive leap of faith to believe the story the media has fed us all these years.

Kind of like I believed CNN that day a long time ago.

Behold a pale horse, ladies and gentlemen. America is dying. But that is a good thing. For unless a grain of wheat fall to the ground, it remains alone and cannot bear fruit. We will rise as a new nation, I firmly believe that. But sadly, we may be too forgone to rise without first the darkness of the fall. Or, we can stand up together and fight these bastards now. May we heed the words of Bill Cooper himself, October 24, 1989…

“Like it or not, everything is changing. The result will be the most wonderful experience in the history of man or the most horrible enslavement that you can imagine. Be active or abdicate, the future is in your hands.”

Milton William Cooper

May 6, 1943 – November 5, 2001

Rest in peace.

***Fortunately or unfortunately, I have to add this after the fact, even though it is a bit anti-climatic. Upon finishing my research and article, lo and behold, I did in fact discover the reason for the proliferation of pejorative 2018 articles on Bill Cooper. The link I came across is to an article entitled (in stunningly consistent fashion, of course), “Milton William Cooper Was the Godfather of Fake News,” and it promotes a new book titled Pale Horse Rider: William Cooper, the Rise of Conspiracy, and the Fall of Trust in America. The subtitle of the article (not the book) is “A distressingly timely new book takes conspiracy theorists seriously—even if one finds their ideas impossible to believe.”

Lies never age well, do they? Especially when a People are on to them. May we never forget.


May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.