What does /x/ think of this book? I'm 2 chapters in and I'm enjoying seeing the views on the government so far.
Also, spooky moment came after my friend borrowed this book from another friends brother. When he gave it to us he said "just so you know, after I got this book I've been followed a few times by unmarked cars" us being faggot brushed it off as him being paranoid. A few days later I'm driving with my friend around town when I notice a grey car, newer model, no license plate, and Windows tinted so black you couldn't see in, definitely illegal. Once we notice it i decide to check if it's still following us and take a sharp turn, it kind of just keeps going. Could've been a coincidence but still pretty spooky.
Cooper was a top notch preseneter, his Mystery Babylon is a must listen for anyone interesed in the alternative/truth movement.
BUT you have to remember that he was the one who first spread the Majestic-12 hoax in Las Vegas in the 80's.
Even though he apologised for it and later chnaged his position on aliens, just keep it in mind.
Also, it was when answering a question about this very book from the audience during one of his talks, Terrence McKenna sort of alleged that he was actually a government spook for the second time.
Didn't Bill say that he was worried that he was being used by the government?
I'm just now getting into him and I haven't seen the part where he contradicts, if that's the right word, himself.
Not the samefag but...
The book should seen as 2 parts. One part is William's writings and the other half can be call documentation. The copies of documents and photos in the book alone is worth the read.
I 1st read this book in 2003 after a co-worker at the mortgage brokerage I was working for showed it to me (he was in a hardcore band called Pale Horse). The book profoundly changed my life. The revelations of Silent Weapons for Silent Wars rocked my world. It set me on a course of discovery that has altered nearly every facet of my life today. Do not read this book casually. Take your skepticism and rationally explore this book only if you have counted the possible cost of upending your current world view.
A mind once deformed by an idea can never return to its original shape. Tread carefully, not because this is a work filled with deception, but that it contains the clues which lead to horrific truths.
The fact that Cooper was murdered by feds on his own property weeks after predicting 9/11/Osama/False flag and that Cooper and Alex Jones had unpleasant words for each-other and Jones continues to deride Cooper's defenseless memory.
Not saying I think Alex is a shill, but the view can be sustained.
He was so right too. Daily reminder that the only time Osama had any power was in the late 80's, when he was basically a glory hunter who was groomed by Al-Zawahiri for his money. Even then the most non-Afghan jihadis were aware of this, and didn't think two shits about him. In the 90's he had to pay money for soldiers to to pose for him when he recorded his speeches, because nobody gave a damn about him or Zawahiri to follow them. Al-Quaida described as a cell structure with a chain of command simply didn't exist and was a meme cooked up by the FBI. He was a classic scapegoat provocateur, he had no real power.
All of this is despised at length in Adam Curtis' "Power of Nightmares" and "Bitter Lake"