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Behold a Pale Horse by Milton William Cooper Review

Title: Behold a Pale Horse

Author: Milton William Cooper

First published January 1, 1991

534 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9780929385228 (ISBN10: 0929385225)

Rating: 3.86


In Behold a Pale Horse, Milton William Cooper, a former member of the United States Naval Intelligence Briefing Team, shares information that has been kept hidden from the public for decades. Cooper’s extensive research and access to top-secret government files allow him to shed light on topics such as the assassination of John F.

Kennedy, the war on drugs, the secret government, and UFOs. His presentations are powerful and captivating, drawing standing-room-only crowds and transcending partisan affiliations. Cooper predicted major world events such as the fall of the Berlin Wall and the invasion of Panama, thanks to his unparalleled access to classified documents.

Behold a Pale Horse is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand the hidden truths that shape our world.

About the Author

Milton William Cooper, also known as William Cooper and Bill Cooper, was an American patriot who spent his life fighting for freedom in the United States. He was born into an Air Force family and grew up in various countries, graduating from Yamato High School in Japan.

Due to his experiences traveling around the world, Mr. Cooper had a unique perspective on life that differed from most Americans.

William Cooper joined the Office of Naval Security and Intelligence, where he served as a Harbor and River Patrol Boat Captain in Vietnam. He was awarded several medals for his bravery and leadership during combat.

Despite the challenges, he achieved the rank of First Class Petty Officer, QM1, E-6 after only eight years of service. On December 11, 1975, he was honorably discharged from the Navy.

Mr. Cooper was an accomplished lecturer who spoke in every state for a decade. He was even invited to speak at Wembley in London, an honor typically reserved for superstars, monarchs, and Popes.

Following the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building, William Cooper was named “the most dangerous radio host in America” in a White House memo read by Rush Limbaugh during his broadcast.

Interestingly, Mr. Cooper considered this to be the greatest compliment he had ever received.

Despite his contributions to society, William Cooper’s FBI file was unlawfully obtained by the White House during the infamous “Filegate” scandal. President Clinton ordered all federal agencies to launch a persecution campaign against Cooper in an effort to silence him.

William Cooper was of Native American, English, Scotch, and Irish heritage. He lived in Arizona with his wife Annie, their daughters, Dorothy (Pooh), little Allyson, and their dogs, Sugarbear and Crusher.

In March of 1999, Mr. Cooper sent his family out of the United States for their safety.

Sadly, William Cooper was killed by the Apache County Sherrifs Department during a raid on his home in November of 2001. He is buried on a hill in Eagar, Arizona, where he will always be remembered for his brave contributions to society.

Editoral Review

Behold a Pale Horse by Milton William Cooper is a groundbreaking work that challenges readers to explore the true meaning of power, freedom, and truth. First published in 1991, the book is a deep dive into the world of conspiracy theories, government secrets, and hidden agendas.

Cooper, a former US Navy Intelligence officer, brings a unique perspective to the genre, weaving together his own experiences with historical and political events to create a fascinating and thought-provoking read. The book follows the journey of one man, William Cooper, as he navigates through a web of deception and corruption.

Cooper is on a mission to uncover the truth about the government’s real agenda and the role it plays in the lives of American citizens. Along the way, he encounters a variety of characters, each with their own unique insights and perspectives on the state of the world.

The setting is the United States in the late 20th century, with the Cold War, the JFK assassination, and the rise of the New World Order looming large in the background. What makes Behold a Pale Horse so compelling is its ability to draw readers in with its fast-paced plot, well-developed characters, and provocative themes.

Cooper’s writing is clear and concise, making even the most complex ideas easy to understand. He has a knack for weaving historical events into his narrative seamlessly, giving readers a deeper understanding of the world they live in.

His insights into the inner workings of the government and its various agencies are particularly prescient in today’s political climate, where issues of surveillance, privacy, and individual liberty are at the forefront of public discourse. While some readers may find parts of the book too far-fetched or implausible, overall, Behold a Pale Horse is a thought-provoking and compelling read.

Its strengths lie in its ability to challenge readers’ assumptions about the world they live in and to encourage them to question authority and seek the truth. The book’s themes of power, freedom, and control are as relevant today as they were when it was first published, if not more so.

In terms of weaknesses, some readers may find the book’s heavy focus on conspiracy theories and government secrets overwhelming or tiresome after a while. However, for those who can get past this, the book is well worth the read.

In conclusion, Behold a Pale Horse is a must-read for anyone interested in the intersection of politics, power, and freedom. It is an exceptional work that will challenge readers’ beliefs and inspire them to think critically about the world around them.

Whether you are a seasoned conspiracy theorist, a political junkie, or just someone looking for a good thriller, this book is sure to satisfy. On a scale of one to ten, we would give it a solid nine.