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Behold a Pale Horse Paperback – December 1, 1991
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From the Wikipedia article about Bill:
"Cooper produced and published Behold a Pale Horse in 1991. The book has been influential among "UFO and militia circles". Just prior to the trial of Terry Nichols in 1997, The Guardian described it as "the manifesto of the militia movement".
According to sociologist Paul Gilroy, Cooper claimed "an elaborate conspiracy theory that encompasses the Kennedy assassination, the doings of the secret world government, the coming ice age, and a variety of other covert activities associated with the Illuminati's declaration of war upon the people of America". Political scientist Michael Barkun characterized it as "among the most complex superconspiracy theories", and also among the most influential due to its popularity in militia circles as well as mainstream bookstores. Historian Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke described the book as a "chaotic farrago of conspiracy myths interspersed with reprints of executive laws, official papers, reports and other extraneous materials designed to show the looming prospect of a world government imposed on the American people against their wishes and in flagrant contempt of the Constitution.""
Yes that will definitely put you on someone's radar. And boy did it.
The fascinating thing about this book is that, like it or hate it or think that it's insane or crazy, have whatever opinion you want about Bill and his ideas and his writings and his radio shows or whatever and I can keep stringing up this run-on sentence for days; there's no denying that most of what's in this book is coming true.
Don't believe me. Get a copy and read it yourself. Start with the chapter called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. If that don't blow your mind, nothing will.