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Behold a Pale Horse: Exposing the New World Order

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

16 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

GREATEST BOOK EVER WROTE!!!!

This book was the greatest book that has ever been published hands down!!!! I have never read a book besides what was required of me throughout school and Malcolm X's autobiograghy. When i picked this book up, I didn't lay it down for many hours, where I had to force my...
This book was the greatest book that has ever been published hands down!!!! I have never read a book besides what was required of me throughout school and Malcolm X's autobiograghy. When i picked this book up, I didn't lay it down for many hours, where I had to force myself to finish my other studies. This book is very intriguing, william cooper states that not ever single little detail within his book is true, but in my opinion it is 99.9999% true. I have researched almost all points that cooper had mentioned in his book, I have also written a letter to Tri-Lateral HQ's and receieved some very interesting information. If you also would like to write them , they have a website where you can get thier address, I cannot disclose any of thier information whereas I would be infringing their privacy rights. BEHOLD a PALE HORSE is a very great book , and I advise you to read more than once to get a better understanding of it, and don't take cooper's word for it, if you have any doubts, research it yourself, I promise you won't be dissapointed.

posted by Anonymous on November 9, 2004

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13 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

Don

I first read this book while in the military and did not know what to think. After a few years have gone by I know one thing to be true. This man was not some -pot. He KNEW what most people refuse to see. This is a must read.

posted by Anonymous on May 2, 2002

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2001

    Twister of truth

    The author tries to hard to convince you that what he is saying is true. He leaves to much information out(purposely) to make it look like there is some big cover up going on. Since the book was released many years ago, one can actually pick the lies and farses out pretty easily. I lost interest in the book midway thru the second chapter. That is right about the time he started making stuff up and leaving stuff out. Alot of his reliable sources are others who write books(and he quotes and plugs their books thru out). I do not reccomend this book at all. You can find the same information for like a dollar in the check out line at your local supermarket(The National Enquirer).

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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