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This book begins by covering our roles in the world and how the government and media are molding us to exist peacefully in their new world order. What starts as a humourous, yet true, account of the nuclear family in our country turns into a morbid description of government plots and cover ups. Cooper provides insight into secret society's, that many people already believe exist, and claims that they in fact run just about every aspect of the world already. Claiming to have proof to account for these accusations he begins asserting that these organizations believe the world's on a path of destruction and it's their place to keep that from happening, by any means neccesary. Citing memos and top secret documents he implies that our government works to control the population of the world to this day through means such as war and the creation of the HIV virus which, according to the official order, was to have a cure before the plaque was unleashed upon the world. He gives details accounting for how the virus was entered into society and states the goverment is just waiting for the virus to take it's toll before 'discovering' a cure they already have. Cooper even states that he has worked on government projects involving aliens and that our nations leaders have been in contact with at least 2 alien races, built a lunar base, and have given one of these races permission to abduct the very citizens they are supposed to protect. He states several times that the government is keeping a list of 'Patriots' (patriot act?) whom they will round up, after dismantling the constitution, so they will not upset the herd. The interview at the end of the book has Cooper stating he knows that the government will eventually silence him forever. They did. My only complaint is that the written book was rather long and at 3 hours in length it seems the editorial process has deprived listners, of the audio book, of all the information Cooper had originally intended.
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Great for any fan of William Cooper - or American History for that matter. What I like most about this book is that it is narrated by Cooper himself - whom has since been assassinated by the government..
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