Behold a Pale Horse - Introduction Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Introduction Summary and Analysis

William Cooper offers a lengthy analysis of the state of global events, presenting information, which he claims is secretly held by governments. In general, Cooper argues that numerous secret societies exist, which were organized into a single massive society c. 1953; that a Secret Government which controls everything was established shortly after World War II; that the government seeks to eliminate population through various means, and that extra-terrestrial intelligent life exists and commonly visits earth. In addition, Cooper offers auto-biographical information and proffers a plethora of putative facts regarding the massive and systematic disinformation campaign waged upon the public by those in power.

In the brief introduction William Cooper, the author, makes a personal statement about the text. He states that he is often accused of being a fundamentalist preacher and a conspiracy theorist—Cooper claims these accusations are unfounded and...

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