Who Killed William Cooper?
- by Wes Penre, October 8, 2004
you Bill Cooper fans out there, don't get me wrong. I deeply respected
Mr. Cooper (and still do) for his research on the New World Order and
the Illuminati. My opinion is that without his contribution to mankind,
much of what is now revealed would still be hidden.
In November of 2001,
William Cooper, former US Naval Intelligence Officer, the author of "Behold
a Pale Horse", and a well respected researcher, was shot dead by a
police officer outside
his home in Arizona. For more details,
click here. Of course, when something like this happens, conspiracy
theories arise quickly in the "conspiracy field". Some say it was a
pure assassination, a hit job to get rid of this "annoying person".
Personally I believe his death had other causes:
William Cooper was a
very angry man. I corresponded with him some, and he was hard to reason
His anger may be justified; he felt extremely betrayed by the government
he once served for many years, with the intention to protect the country
he loved. When he found out what was going on behind all our backs, he
must have been shocked. He decided to reveal the truth as he knew it
from his research.
He was quite a loud
voice in the community, and hosted many radio shows. He also held
lectures, which were quite awesome and extremely insightful. I think he
was disappointed and discouraged by the blindness and peoples'
unwillingness to confront this evil called the Illuminati. It is not a
secret that he started drinking heavily, which of course didn't help his
bad mood and frustration.
Cooper was also a
spokesman and a leader for the Christian Patriot Movement, the Militia,
and with his outgoing attitude and constant willingness to fight back,
he drew the Illuminati's attention in a big way. According to himself,
the Feds were putting him under surveillance and they constantly showed
up around his house. He put up a diary on his website with daily updates
on how the Feds intervened with his privacy and his freedom. He wrote on
the same page, that if one day he would stop updating his public diary,
he would probably have been killed or kidnapped. One day, in November of
2001 he stopped writing...
Due to his serious
involvement in the anti-Illuminati movement, he had to send his family
to Europe, "for their own protection", as he put it. Therefore, he lived
his last years by himself, together with his dog, Crusher, in his house
in Arizona, and died alone without his family.
His involvement in the
Christian Patriot Movement certainly must have contributed to that the
Illuminati tightened the rope around his neck. According to the police
report, the reason the police were outside
his residence, waiting for him, was because they wanted to arrest him
for a misdemeanor of some sort, unrelated to his research. This fatal
night, Cooper was driving home from a radio show he had hosted, and when
he saw the police, he must have been furious. Probably he was sick and
tired of always being provoked by them, so he continued driving, almost
hitting the police men with the car. It is unclear what happened next;
did the police or did Cooper open fire first? Either way, Cooper
seriously wounded a deputy sheriff (who survived his wounds), and
continued running towards his house. The police opened fire and Cooper
I strongly believe
Cooper would still be alive today if it wasn't for his anger, and maybe
also some subconscious wish for revenge. He made quite a few enemies in
his later years due to his bad temper, and he attacked, sometimes
blindly, in all directions - also people who could have been his
friends. So perhaps his worst enemy was his own anger, which may
eventually have killed him.
I think he was a very
brave and genuine man, and I admire him for what he has done, but let us
learn something from his death. Most of us who have found out the truth
about the powers of this world, sometimes feel angry for have been
betrayed for so long; and angry because of all
innocent lives that have been taken, due to greed and power. This is
normal and quite alright. However, we cannot let this anger come out
uncontrolled and think we can win against those people. The only way to
get something decent done is to use rational thinking. Rationality can
never be achieved by an angry person. No matter how angry we may be
inside, we have to swallow it and continue being effective. Education
and enlightenment combined is the only way out of this trap, as I see
it. We need to learn more about ourselves and look inwards for the
truth, so we can change the vibrations around us and that way inspire
others to look. Our only hope is that enough people know the truth, so
we can be strong enough to say 'NO' to the New World Order, outlaw
secret societies with political and evil purposes, and require that the
Illuminists are refused powerful positions.
Many people write to me
and ask me if we should create a World Army ourselves to fight the
Illuminati, or follow the Constitution and go to war against our
government, like the Founding Fathers said we should in a situation like
this. I say no to that; I don't agree with everything in the
We have to look deeper than that to be able not only to beat the
Illuminati, but also to avoid the same thing from happening in the
future. Violence feeds violence, no matter if it is for a good cause or
not. By being violent, we justify our actions, which makes it alright to
be violent. This creates blindness, and the same blindness that got us
into this mess in the first place will lead to more violence and
blindness in the future, and we'll soon be back to where we are now.
Thus, we are all responsible for our own future and can't blame it on
somebody else, including the Illuminati. We in fact brought them upon
ourselves for being irresponsible enough to let it all happen.
Education is step number
one - enlightenment number two. Without spiritual insights we can only
win temporarily, and everything will repeat itself again in cycles. Only
if we learn to know ourselves on a spiritual level, we can win on a
longer term. How do we get there? Well, it is a very individual journey,
and it doesn't matter how we get there, as long as we get there,
and we do it peacefully.
"Liberty can not be
preserved without general knowledge among people."
(August 1765) John Adams
am aware of that the Government is trying to disarm the population, and
I am against disarmament. The reason I am against it is
because of the purpose of the disarmament project. The Illuminati are
horrified that enough people will find out about their agenda and start
a riot against them, therefore they want us disarmed; for their own
I think there are
pros and cons as with almost everything to have an armed population, but
I still believe we should have the right to own weapons. When we do, it
restrains the Enemy a little bit from being too quick in their agenda
against us. Also, we should have the right to defend ourselves and our
loved ones if worse comes to worse and the government starts shooting at
you or your family, or they threaten to take your immediate life due to
unconstitutional actions. Everything besides that I believe can be
better resolved peacefully for the reasons explained in this article.
It has nothing to
do with feeling sorry for the offenders; it's all for our own sake and
our future. The less blood we have on our own hands, the better off we
will be. Therefore, no wars which include killings are really justified.
However, I do
defend the Constitution, because it is the ground on which America is
standing, and properly applied, we will at least have a much freer
society than we have now. Wes Penre.