Behold a Pale Horse - Chapter 16 "The Story of Jonathan May" Summary & Analysis

William Cooper (novelist)
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Chapter 16 "The Story of Jonathan May" Summary and Analysis

Chapter 16 presents a twenty-seven page, autobiographical statement written by one Jonathan May; the statement is apparently intended to be utilized for legal purposes and is dated July 1990. Cooper introduces the document by noting that May attempted, unsuccessfully, to circumvent the Federal Reserve Bank by organizing an alternative banking system. According to Cooper, May was subsequently hazed and purposefully entrapped by the government in order to usurp his idea, the World Conservation Bank, which will be an integral component of the New World Order. It is worth noting that Cooper apparently feels that May's attempt was patriotic; whereas, the putative World Conservation Bank is sinister, even though Cooper claims they are the same structure.

May's story begins in England and details the discovery of an ancient document dating to 1647, which...

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