Milton William Cooper’s ‘Behold A Pale Horse’ is a force to contend with. It is a self-determined work, written out of sacrifice of ego for the sake of getting the message out to a truth-deserving public.
The truth Cooper presents us with in this fiery ream is composed mostly of compilations of secret documents which he personally unearthed. Cooper exposes this forbidden knowledge due to his being an insider, and insiders with any moral fibre and initiative are priority threats to corrupt elements. Cooper acknowledges to have brought this highly sensitive, top-secret information to light at his own peril. He states that ‘I will undoubtedly become a target when this book is published’, which testifies to his self-imposed martyrdom in exchange of waking up the enslaved American people. His death was therefore not a tragedy by any means, but a self-fulfilling prophecy. Manly P. Hall, a major Freemasonic figurehead and advocate of the New World Order once wrote: ‘When one holds knowledge of good and evil, he becomes susceptible to death.’ In light of this statement, Cooper’s ‘Behold A Pale Horse’ can be construed as his own death sentence, a death which he brought upon himself not so much out of his loathing of the New World Order and its agents, but more out of love for the Truth.
The tone of his prose is a paragon of personal and professional probity and integrity. It is genuine and heartfelt, and the contents of his findings are indisputable. The most poignant passage in relation to his personal traumas involves a detailed account of the very visceral reaction he had when he witnessed the assassination of JFK live on national television.
The anecdotes he relates concerning the Navy cover-up of UFO sightings are indeed credible in that he had much more to lose than to gain in exposing the corruption of his Naval Intelligence officers. As soon as he began to leak information, the Government started to overtly harass and intimidate him, mainly via vehicles. He was thenceforth a priority target, however, he was astute in pointing out that ‘any move by them would be interpreted as total confirmation of everything that I had revealed.’ So they waited until they got him under a technicality, ie. tax-evasion, which eventuated in a fatal shootout in 2001.
This book could not make it more evident that the continuation of the US Constitution as the Law of the Land is the only thing that is keeping the NWO at bay: ‘That most Americans own at least one firearms weapon is the only thing that has kept the NWO at bay.’ Several chapters include declassified documents which prove the intent of the NWO to oust the US Constitution altogether. Most inflammatory is the fact that many millions of taxpayer’s dollars have been wasted on drafting alternate laws contravening the people’s rights exemplified in the US Constitution. The culprits of this coup d’etat are, of course, secret societies. They are privatized, and therefore unaccountable. Simple as that. Public scrutiny and denunciation cannot penetrate them unless, of course, we have a solitary heroic soul like Cooper who is able and brave enough to expose it all only because he has experienced it from the inside. Without his involvement in the De Molay Society as a teenager, and further involvement in the US Naval Intelligence Debriefing Team as a young adult, he would never have brought this book to life. These factors earned him much credibility and clout so as to keep the wolves at bay, so to speak. This is why they decided to wait and wait until they found a devious way to set him up for tax-evasion, and then pounce.
Although the wealth of ‘forbidden fruit’ conveyed in this exposé is coextensive with feelings of utter outrage, despair, and futility on the part of its reader, this knowledge is also extremely empowering. Once you have read this book, you will come to realize that knowledge is the intermediary between suffering on the one hand of the scale, and power on the other. This empowerment is the total insight into the enemy’s stratagems. Knowing how the dark side works and what it intends to do is just what it takes to disarm it.
NWO disinfo-agents are rife on the net, branding this book as ‘500 pages of paranoia and hate.’ For the most part though, ‘Behold A Pale Horse’ has been met with highest praise by receptive readers: it has made them question everything which has been instilled from birth; it has made them question the system of deception in which they exist; it has made them reexamine the way we as humans relate to and perceive and understand the world as it really is.
The reader must bear in mind that this book came out in 1991. The material covered has turned out all too topical 22 years on, 2013. For instance, all Obama has to do is declare a National Emergency for whatever lame excuse, which would then entail the full implementation of F.E.M.A., that is Martial Law, a totalitarian socialist dystopia and police state. The implications of this looming prospect is covered at length in chapter 6. It is truly oracular. The book is, for this very reason, much ahead of its time.
The book is more a result of exhaustive research pertaining to the NWO/ Illuminati agenda punctuated by Cooper’s discourse, which functions as a Greek chorus. He lets the vital information which he discovered speak for itself than draw in the reader with hundreds of pages of his own discourse. This brings to mind his wisest statement ever made: ‘Listen to everyone, read everything; trust no-one, trust nothing, until you can corroborate it with your own research.’ And through this monumental research-opus has he evinced a momentous revelation.