(left, William Cooper)
Nathan Weidmann, 30, describes his education
in the conspiracy and the man he came to trust
in contrast to another he is still wary of.
by Nathan Weidmann
“I beg you to note that among those making attacks upon us will also be organs established by us…” -Protocol #12
I am no expert. I have not written any books. I am, however, a natural born skeptic. I was nine when I would sneak out of bed to watch the footage from Desert Storm on TV. I remember the threat of the dreaded Scud missile, and the air raid sirens blaring. I wondered why they always showed the lights in the sky and the aftermath, yet no footage of the actual strike.
I was thirteen, and home from school on April 19, 1995, when the TV show was interrupted by breaking news from Oklahoma City. After initial reports of explosives being discovered inside the building, I wondered why this was later denied. I was curious whatever became of John Doe number three.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, I wondered how, after such a massive and complete failure of so many levels of American security and intelligence, Bin Laden was nearly immediately identified as the key suspect. I was twenty, and I started reading books.
Since that time, like so many other people, I have waded through a virtual ocean of books and videos. Each time I thought I was nearing the center of the labyrinth, I would find I was back at the beginning. Every time I thought I had identified the spider, I realized I was still tangled in the web.
CHANGE THROUGH CONTROLLED OPPOSITION
Early on I learned of the Hegelian theory of controlled opposition. To achieve synthesis requires two opposing forces. I could see how the theory applied to so many things, a magnet for one, with its opposite poles balanced in attraction, and the understanding that came when applied to so many “conspiracy theories”.
Capitalism vs. communism = financial control; moon landings vs. hoaxed moon landings = secret space mission; weapons of mass destruction vs. “no blood for oil” = occupation of ancient Babylon. I realized that this theory could be applied to some “conspiracy theorists” as well. Truth vs. disinformation = confusion amongst truth seekers. The provocateurs out themselves when they lash out at other researchers and refuse even to acknowledge key pieces of information.
The late, great, Milton William Cooper told us to be suspicious of anyone claiming to tell the truth, especially him. Cooper was (and still is) subject to accusations ranging from disinformation agent to straight up whacko.
In the forward to his book “Behold a Pale Horse” Cooper states:
“…attempts to assassinate my character will continue and in all probability will become worse. Rather than let that get in the way, I want you to believe everything bad that you ever hear about me. See if that changes anything that I have been trying to tell you. See if it negates any of the proof.”
Cooper was adamant that it was JFK’s driver who fired the kill shot and that the Zapruder film was doctored. Jim Marrs, a veteran JFK researcher, says no way, it’s not doctored, and what appears to be the driver shooting Kennedy is just an anomaly.
Is it simply by chance that this anomaly occurs at the same time as Kennedy’s head explodes? Why instead of taking cover, does Mrs. Kennedy attempt to exit the vehicle at the rear? Isn’t it possible that shots from the book depository and the grassy knoll served as distraction?
William Cooper was murdered almost two months after 9/11, on November 5, 2001. He was live on shortwave radio all day long on 9/11, and was blowing holes in the official story as it was emerging.
On June 28, 2001, Cooper had made the ominous prediction that before the year’s end, a major attack would take place on American soil and it would be attributed to Osama bin Laden. Oddly enough, approximately one month later, Alex Jones made a similar prediction on his radio show.
Did one or both men actually know that the events of Sept.11 would take place? Is it possible that one or both men, based solely on their interpretations of current events, were so astute as to make such eerily accurate predictions?
William Cooper is dead. Alex Jones is the self-proclaimed ‘granddaddy’ of 9/11 Truth and has stated that there is no possible way that Israel played any part in the attacks.
(left, Alex Jones)
NEED FOR DISCERNMENT
In early 2000, Cooper, on his shortwave radio show ‘Hour of the Time’, played excerpts from Jones’ new year’s eve 1999 broadcast during which Jones reported that the Russians had launched long range nuclear missiles at targets in the US.
Cooper stated, in no uncertain terms, that Jones was a disinformer. In fact, he called him a liar and a ‘bullshit artist’.
Here is a link to a thoroughly slanderous excerpt from an Alex Jones show, during which he states that William Cooper attacks him from the grave. It is from 2009:
In my opinion, and certainly that of many others, William Cooper’s book, “Behold a Pale Horse” is one of the most important ‘conspiracy’ books ever published, hands down. He was on shortwave radio for years with his show ‘Hour of the Time’. He made a series of broadcasts in the early 90’s which he called ‘Mystery Babylon’, an extremely comprehensive overview of the many facets of the New World Order, its roots and objectives.
William Cooper is absolutely crucial to understanding and, with all hope, subverting the coming attempt by dark powers to establish a global dictatorship and subjugate humanity in physical and spiritual enslavement.
We must ultimately be our own light in the effort to see through the fear mongering of the agent provocateurs. We as humans are far more powerful than the ‘powers-that-try-to-be’ would like us to believe. The facts and the information are ‘out there’. The TRUTH is within each and everyone one of us.
Here is a link to the one and only time
that William Cooper appeared on the Alex Jones show. From 1998.