Listen to William Cooper's Book "Behold A Pale Horse" for Free (Remastered) by Kristan T. Harris
Original with permission courtesy of Hour of the Time
William Cooper predicted numerous past and present events in his book Behold a Pale Horse.
Cooper predicted fast and furious along with ties between mass shooters and psychotropic drugs
Author, broadcaster and former naval intelligence officer William Cooper has predicted many events which have come to fruition in recent years, making him one the more accurate philosophers of his era.
In his book Behold a Pale Horse, published in 1991, William Milton Cooper painted a picture of a government willing to manufacture and use any catastrophic event to further a global agenda to destroy America’s sovereignty by confiscating our guns.
On a broadcast on June, 28th of 2001 Bill Cooper would make the prediction that 9/11 would happen and Osama Bin Laden would be blamed.
Following the tragic events on 9-11-01, Bill’s broadcasts went on to explain the Federal Government’s foreknowledge & compliance of that fateful day.
Earlier, in July of 1998 he was charged with tax evasion and an arrest warrant was issued but not executed, resulting in him being named a “major fugitive” by the US Marshals Service in 2000. Eventually William became convinced that he was being personally targeted by President Bill Clinton and the IRS.
Bill’s final broadcast, November 5th 2001, was dedicated to his next book about his experience in Vietnam and was dedicating it to all of those he served with during the time.
On that evening, the Apache County Sheriff’s Department would come by at 11:15 p.m. According to the police briefing the next day, the police pulled up in an unmarked vehicle, no one was in uniform and no one identified themselves in unmarked vehicles, to serve a warrant for his arrest based on allegations that he was waving a gun around.
Cooper in his broadcast Hour of the Time, warned about 9/11 and named Osama Bin Laden by name. He went on to provide evidence and expose the governments complacency and inability to find Osama Bin Laden leading up to the days of September 11th, 2001.