So we have two possible explanations:
1. He was an undiagnosed paranoid schizophrenic.
2. There is a massive (but inept) government conspiracy that involves space aliens and killed him.
So, how do we decide which one of these is more likely? There's a couple ways. Firstly, we can apply Occam's Razor, and choose explanation 1 since it's clearly simpler. But Occam's Razor isn't infallible. A better way is to ask ourselves whether there's a precedent for this sort of thing happening. Is there a precedent for the U.S. government assassinating its own citizens? Yes, although it's very uncommon. Is there a precedent for a global conspiracy on this scale? No. Is there a precedent for aliens coming to earth? No. Is there a precedent for paranoid schizophrenia going undiagnosed and unmedicated and leading the victim to believe all sorts of outlandish things? Yes! This happens all the time!
So we can conclude that, in all probability, explanation 2 is correct.
you all know if they come out you don't have to worry because the black community deeply believes in and hates the Illuminati.
Also, I'd like to point out to you all that everything I reference in Behold a Pale Horse has sources to back up my references. The book is not spouting nonsense without backing up it's claims, saying otherwise is plain bullshit.
That said, I will entertain your Occam's Razor argument to show you how it can just as easily be used against you:
1. He went through years of physical, mental, emotional and psychological military evaluation, had no family history of mental illness... Yet somehow that whole time managed to make it through 3 seperate security clearance upgrade evaluations. All the while being absolutely insane to the point of blubbering madness?
2. A series of secretive fraternal societies are using their influence to accumulate unchecked power slowly over time.
The former takes quite a bit of assumptions, whereas the latter is backed up by historical fact as well as documented evidence. Keep in mind, William Cooper's military service record is among the documents in that book and it is very real indeed.
That said, I believe it is obvious that the latter of the two is more likely.
exercising due diligence in their psychological screenings. Plus he was never promoted above NCO, it's not like he was some kind of super secret agent.
wait the yakuza make up one twelfth of the world population
His military service record is literally within the documents in the book. If you don't believe them I will literally show them to you and prove you wrong right now if that's what it takes to do it.
So I looked it up on Wikipedia:
If you think it's unreliable, please direct me to a site that has accurate membership numbers of crime syndicates and gangs, please.
I'm pretty sure it was atleast 600,000 from the figure I read but hey let's not get off on an irrelevant point.
I think most conspiracy theorys are dumb but I think that the people who think they are real are hilarious to hear go on and on about how the government is trying to benefit itself by attacking itself or some stupid shit.
Read through 9 pages. Never saw Otsegolation. Very disappointed.
He noted he wasn't sure if his past in the lodge had effected the outcome of his clearance upgrade, but in his opinion it had. He came across startling evidence that suggested these people were conducting, well, a silent war using quiet weapons. The document which described this war and it's weapons had been found in an IBM copier during a surplus sale, and it alone makes up the entire first chapter of the book.
Also for the record I know people who are masons and could probably get in if I wanted. It's not like a huge whoop or anything.
like i said
my grandpa is a mason
he says they hang around and drink
that's what old people do
Oswald didn't shoot Kennedy.
All it takes to sway your opinion is what you found there from googling something. And who wrote what you read? A human, which last time I checked, has the ability to write false statements on the internet.
Now if people were to control sources of information from which you learn from, you'd probably swallow some of their bullshit pretty often. But no, you'd assume the benevolence of the person giving you free information, or just think that you're too smart to fool. But the matter is, what do you really know for sure? Not a whole lot that's helpful.
I hate these conspiracies.
It's like what they are doing now over Osama's death. They say he's not dead, they said Prince was not dead, they said Michael Jackson went into hiding.
I hate waking up to seeing this shit on the news.