Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 1 "Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 1 presents a document entitled 'TOP SECRET - Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars - An introductory programming manual - Operations Research - Technical Manual - TM-SW7905.1;' Cooper re-titles the document 'The Illuminati's declaration of War upon the people of America' and notes that it was dated May 1979. Cooper explains that the document was found inside a used, photocopy machine, which was purchased as surplus property in 1986. According to Cooper, the document conclusively demonstrates that a reputed Third World War commenced in 1954; the war pits a shadowy organization known as the Bilderberg Group against the governments of the world. The Bilderberg Group uses a method of warfare known as "quiet war"—their weapons are information, disinformation and control, instead of traditional explosives. Aside from a brief introduction, a...

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