Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 9 "Anatomy of an Alliance" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 9 "Anatomy of an Alliance" Summary and Analysis

Chapter nine's focus returns to the theme of chapters one and two, namely the Bilderberg Group. Cooper argues that no one power group could possibly dominate the entire world because they would be opposed by all other power groups. Thus, only an alliance of existing power groups could truly dominate the world and establish a totalitarian new world order. This alliance did, in fact, form in response to several global developments, principle among which was the 1941-1955 "baby boom," or rapid global population growth. This rapid growth threatens the ability of Secret Governments to manage the population; Cooper does not explain why increased population is inherently difficult to control but simply asserts it as fact. Thus, existing governments are alarmed by population growth and find it threatening. Various studies were commissioned...

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