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5.0 out of 5 stars Required for anyone who wants the truth about government!
I first read this in 1992 and did not believe a word that was written. I was, at the time, a very bleeding heart liberal! This couldn't be right, hrmph!, that would mean - gasp! - the Government entities weren't telling me the truth! Needless to say, I and my, then newlywed, wife researched what we could...to find that it was exactly as Mr. Cooper had described it...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Behold, an Outdated Horse?
Like some other reviewers who wanted to like this book, I too purchased it the hope of endorsing it. But ultimately it's rather disappointing. Written in 1991 with a supposed prediction of a One World Government or a possible collapse of the human race, here we are in 2014 and we're all still here. But for how much longer?.

It would have been interesting to see...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Behold a Pale Horse, 26 Nov 2010
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Milton William Cooper, what a hero... This book was published with the author knowing full well its publication would endanger his very life, but yet that proved no deterrent. I would recommend everyone reads this book and should be on the top of the list for Xmas present.

R.I.P Milton William Cooper (gunned down outside his own home Nov 5 2001)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Insider Knowledge, 8 Mar 2014
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Milton William Cooper’s ‘Behold A Pale Horse’ is a force to contend with. It is a self-determined work, written out of sacrifice of ego for the sake of getting the message out to a truth-deserving public.

The truth Cooper presents us with in this fiery ream is composed mostly of compilations of secret documents which he personally unearthed. Cooper exposes this forbidden knowledge due to his being an insider, and insiders with any moral fibre and initiative are priority threats to corrupt elements. Cooper acknowledges to have brought this highly sensitive, top-secret information to light at his own peril. He states that ‘I will undoubtedly become a target when this book is published’, which testifies to his self-imposed martyrdom in exchange of waking up the enslaved American people. His death was therefore not a tragedy by any means, but a self-fulfilling prophecy. Manly P. Hall, a major Freemasonic figurehead and advocate of the New World Order once wrote: ‘When one holds knowledge of good and evil, he becomes susceptible to death.’ In light of this statement, Cooper’s ‘Behold A Pale Horse’ can be construed as his own death sentence, a death which he brought upon himself not so much out of his loathing of the New World Order and its agents, but more out of love for the Truth.

The tone of his prose is a paragon of personal and professional probity and integrity. It is genuine and heartfelt, and the contents of his findings are indisputable. The most poignant passage in relation to his personal traumas involves a detailed account of the very visceral reaction he had when he witnessed the assassination of JFK live on national television.

The anecdotes he relates concerning the Navy cover-up of UFO sightings are indeed credible in that he had much more to lose than to gain in exposing the corruption of his Naval Intelligence officers. As soon as he began to leak information, the Government started to overtly harass and intimidate him, mainly via vehicles. He was thenceforth a priority target, however, he was astute in pointing out that ‘any move by them would be interpreted as total confirmation of everything that I had revealed.’ So they waited until they got him under a technicality, ie. tax-evasion, which eventuated in a fatal shootout in 2001.

This book could not make it more evident that the continuation of the US Constitution as the Law of the Land is the only thing that is keeping the NWO at bay: ‘That most Americans own at least one firearms weapon is the only thing that has kept the NWO at bay.’ Several chapters include declassified documents which prove the intent of the NWO to oust the US Constitution altogether. Most inflammatory is the fact that many millions of taxpayer’s dollars have been wasted on drafting alternate laws contravening the people’s rights exemplified in the US Constitution. The culprits of this coup d’etat are, of course, secret societies. They are privatized, and therefore unaccountable. Simple as that. Public scrutiny and denunciation cannot penetrate them unless, of course, we have a solitary heroic soul like Cooper who is able and brave enough to expose it all only because he has experienced it from the inside. Without his involvement in the De Molay Society as a teenager, and further involvement in the US Naval Intelligence Debriefing Team as a young adult, he would never have brought this book to life. These factors earned him much credibility and clout so as to keep the wolves at bay, so to speak. This is why they decided to wait and wait until they found a devious way to set him up for tax-evasion, and then pounce.

Although the wealth of ‘forbidden fruit’ conveyed in this exposé is coextensive with feelings of utter outrage, despair, and futility on the part of its reader, this knowledge is also extremely empowering. Once you have read this book, you will come to realize that knowledge is the intermediary between suffering on the one hand of the scale, and power on the other. This empowerment is the total insight into the enemy’s stratagems. Knowing how the dark side works and what it intends to do is just what it takes to disarm it.

NWO disinfo-agents are rife on the net, branding this book as ‘500 pages of paranoia and hate.’ For the most part though, ‘Behold A Pale Horse’ has been met with highest praise by receptive readers: it has made them question everything which has been instilled from birth; it has made them question the system of deception in which they exist; it has made them reexamine the way we as humans relate to and perceive and understand the world as it really is.

The reader must bear in mind that this book came out in 1991. The material covered has turned out all too topical 22 years on, 2013. For instance, all Obama has to do is declare a National Emergency for whatever lame excuse, which would then entail the full implementation of F.E.M.A., that is Martial Law, a totalitarian socialist dystopia and police state. The implications of this looming prospect is covered at length in chapter 6. It is truly oracular. The book is, for this very reason, much ahead of its time.

The book is more a result of exhaustive research pertaining to the NWO/ Illuminati agenda punctuated by Cooper’s discourse, which functions as a Greek chorus. He lets the vital information which he discovered speak for itself than draw in the reader with hundreds of pages of his own discourse. This brings to mind his wisest statement ever made: ‘Listen to everyone, read everything; trust no-one, trust nothing, until you can corroborate it with your own research.’ And through this monumental research-opus has he evinced a momentous revelation.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent, eye-opening account of unreported realities, 22 Nov 1998
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Having read Mr. Cooper's book, I found it exceptionally interesting. It was suggested to me by the chilean diplomat and writer, Miguel Serrano. No doubt Mr. Cooper's sources of information are very good and although some of the information does not seem to be assembled 100% correct, it is nevertheless an eye/opener. I am a resident of Argentina so we have the chance of viewing world politics and contemporary history in a different way. I.e., we do not have the paradigm of @the good guys@ versus @the bad guys@ as deeply ingrained as most Americans educated in US schools have. There exists ample reason to believe that when the German Armed Forces capitulated in May 1945, not everything fell into Allied hands. Over 100 submarines were unaccounted for. Some of those submarines reached the Argentine coasts at San Clemente del Tuyu, Mar del plata and on the bleak Patagonian coast during the Southern Hemisphere's winter in July and August 1945. Many went on to Neuschwabenland in the Antarctic. This is probably why the US send Operation High Jump in 1947 commanded by Adm. Richard Byrd. There is still a long-hidden secret regarding the final destiny of unconventional technologies transfered to the SS by occult societies which have long existed on this planet and which originate in an advanced planetary civilization which has been around for tens of thousands of years (i.e., nothing to do with extraterrestials). If readers of this book then watch the movie "Contact" with Jodie Foster based on Carl sagan's novel (Carl Sagan was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations), they will discover that there is a coded message in it. Read "Behold a Pale Horse", watch "Contact" and then think about the subtle connections.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Logic crippling and mind paralyzing!!! DEVASTATING!!!, 16 Nov 1998
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If you think my statement above is melodramatic--think again. "Behold a Pale Horse" is a masterpiece of complete and utter FOUNDED paranoia. Bill Cooper chronicles his career in the armed forces all the way to government leak status. Be warned this book is like Pandora's Box; once it is opened, you will never know what to expect again. It will change how you look at everything; from aliens to freemasonry. Take everything you know about conspiracies and toss them out the window; because this bundle of joy is the MOTHERLOAD!!! People have disputed the accuracy of some of these stories and musings; thats fine and is to be expected. But just think what does Cooper really have to gain by saying all this stuff? He doesn't care what his peers think. He doesn't care about opposing forces.(you'll know what I'm referring to when you read the book) And even in Bill's own words " If even ten percent of what I'm saying is true; we're all in trouble." I urge every American to read this book and decide for yourself how to go about living with this earth shattering knowledge. It truly is on the top ten list of NON-FICTION books I have ever read. Once again I want to state that whats in this book will scare the living hell out of anyone with a concious, love for life and humanity. It's sickening what is being laid out for this country and the world.(without spoiling anything) This is should be placed next to the BIBLE, history books, and your hearts!!! Have fun living in mainstream society while you can; because after you read this book you will be ripped out of it, and thrown into a distant world of EXTREME evilness, where everything you know is wrong.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Mother of All Conspiracy Theories, 6 Jun 1997
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A masterpiece, but an unintentional one. William Cooper pushes the envelope for EXTREME conspiracy theories. In fact, he stretches it so far that it ruptures. Aliens, the Vatican, Freemasons, the UN, the CIA, the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Skull and Bones Society, JFK's assassination and every other conspiracy theory you've ever heard of rolled up into one tortuously tidy ball. To believe this, you have to believe that everybody in the world except you, your immediate friends and family, and William Cooper is in on the New World Order. Of course, your friends or even your spouse might be one of THEM. Some high points: the tie-in between UFOs and the October Surprise (the Tehran rescue mission helicopters were shot down by an alien beam weapon); the Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion with a non-anti-Semitic twist to them (just change "Zion" to "Sion", "Jew" to "Illuminati", and "goyim" to "cattle"); and, best of all, the blueprint for world domination by the Illuminati, "found on July 7, 1986, in an IBM copier that had been purchased at a surplus sale." In all a must read for even the most jaded conspiracy watcher. Of course, because I'm publicly skeptical of this, I must be a CIA operative, like everybody else who disagrees with Cooper. Thus, the anonimity.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Eye opening and well backed up with facts, 6 Jan 2002
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The late Bill Cooper wrote a masterpiece of its time here,
exposing many truths which in the decade since have come to the fore.
It's sad he is no longer around to give advice to the millions who need a guy like hime on their side right now - honest caring and patriotic.
The truth will undoubtedly hit the majority of people in this world when it is too late.
Like when they realise the railcar isn't taking them to a safe haven away from the 'infected' city, but to a civilian concentration camp where if they stay alive will be enslaved.
Hard to take in but all so true when you read with an open mind.
We can stop this with LOVe, but who is really going to try?
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A titilating commentary., 31 Dec 1998
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The book is intriguing and that is from someone who used to work for the U.S. Army Security Agency at the time that Bill Cooper was also working in the same field. It is a reach to put much of the data together and come to the same conclusions as did the author, but he does present memoes and documents to back up his findings. The material that Cooper pulls together is valid as far as we can tell and his encounters with stakeout persons who apparently are trying to bring him harm are not figments of his imagination. Sceptics are the same ones out to do in the U.S. Constitution with their new world order plans and liberal rantings about the wonders of socialism. A curious reader might use Cooper's book as a point of departure and do further research into the history of evolving nations and the influence that religion has on the national psyche. Those who seek to rule over others and falsely redistribute the income of others provide plenty of comment on the dilatory affects of socialism on the development of a nation's health. Marxism is dead and the former Soviet Union is the case in point. Many will be found to be iconoclasts of liberty and free market ideals and be proponents of the new world order and tell you why your income should be redistrubuted to everyone else for reasons of greater "need." Cooper has done everyone a favor, because he has made those who read his book think past their academic limitations that may have been inbread by the liberal scholastic establishment. Leave it to the world to not argue any facts ever, but to rail against your position on emotion and prevarication alone.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Knowledge is the way forward, 10 Jun 2011
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I love this book its so intresting I love the fact that I have used it as a base to complete more research which all fits together like a jigsaw, we have to educate our minds and access information which is hidden but its out there for us to learn and use in our everyday lifes and pass onto others who need the vail lefted from there faces...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars very good book but needs work, 19 Feb 1998
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Behold a Pale Horse claims to uncover a world wide conspiracy against all people. However, although this book makes frightening revelations, it only updates on what the conspirators are up to. The conspirators are called by Cooper, "the brotherhood of the snake." This is another name for the Illuminati. This group of powerful black magicians are at the top of the conspiracy power structure. In his book he tells us of the latest plots of this black brotherhood. Aids, economic collapse, and all the strange things in politics are attributed to the illuminati. I do not give the book a higher rating because while Cooper does a good job on documenting the nefarious works of the illuminati, he doesn't tell us much about them. What about their history? Are the illuminati an ancient order? Are the illuminati behind the U.f.O. sightings? Did they summon flying saucers from other dimensions and if so why? Are they behind the wonders of ancient technology? What is the source of their power? If Cooper asked and answered questions such as these, this book would be a masterpiece on conspiracy theory. I hope he revises the book in the future.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A must read if you like this kind of stuff, 10 Aug 1999
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I have read other books but none of them were as fascinating as this. Some parts were really shocking, some were kind of farfetched. In any case its a book worth reading, though i have to say that you have to have a pretty open mind for it. It was worth the money spent on it, it opens your eyes to things you did not even think that goes on. Even if only a fraction of it is true it gives you plenty to think about.
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