Behold a Pale Horse Setting & Symbolism

William Cooper (novelist)
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Bilderberg Group

Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands organized the Bilderberg Group in 1952, to subsume all existing secret societies, thus bringing all the rulers of the world together into one grand organization. The goal of the joined forces is to establish a New World Order by establishing a global totalitarian socialist state akin to fascism. The Pope will be in ultimate control. The fact the President George Bush openly uses the phrase 'New World Order' establishes beyond a doubt that the process is very advanced and, probably, can not be stopped.

The various disparate secret societies apparently agreed to subordinate themselves to the Bilderberg Group after learning of an apparent threat from extra-terrestrial life forms and the impending doom promised by massive over-population. Cooper's analysis of the Bilderberg Group is notably scant and his reasoning concerning the group's organization and goals is notably vague, even by Cooper's standards. Nevertheless...

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