Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 7 "Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 H.R. 5210, P.L. 100-690" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 7 "Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 H.R. 5210, P.L. 100-690" Summary and Analysis

Cooper analyzes H.R. 5210 in this brief chapter; he notes the law is "366 pages of very small print" (p. 158) and comments that he found much of it unintelligible. He argues, however, that the law is not aimed at drug control but, instead, seeks to enforce mind control on a grand scale in preparation for the emergence of a police state. Cooper's analysis is spotty and irregular and his conclusions do not derive logically from the facts presented. In brief, he enumerates the law's sectional titles, discusses some types of equipment appropriated by the law and comments on the funds discussed. He concludes that the law is treasonous and urges resistance to it.

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