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    This book is getting more eerie as I read it. Let me know if any of this sounds familiar.

    They (Illuminati/Bilderburg group) were told that the collapse of civilization as we know it could happen by or around the year 2000. Unless certain things were done to prevent it. Here is the list of those certain things as written 20yrs ago. See if any of it sounds familiar.

    Severe cutbacks of the human population (Only 1 kid in China, abortion...)
    The cesstation or retardation of technological and economical growth
    The elimination of meat in the human diet (PETA anyone?)
    A total commitment to preserving the environment (How many of you have fell for that? Oh, Al Gore is probably a Bilderburg guy too)
    Colonization of space
    A paradigm shift in the evolutionary conciousness of man (end of religion? actually I'm not real sure what that one means. But there is attempts to stop religion in the US)

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    This link I am providing is very telling. It is William Cooper predicting a major assault on the US that will be blamed on Osama Bin Laden. It was aired on 6-28-01. He says it will happen within weeks. 9-11-01 was literally within weeks. Then, Cooper is killed by cops in November of 2001. Supposedly running out of his car shooting at cops the whole time. But they forgot to mention that he only had one leg, so the running and shooting are suspicious at best.

    ‪William Cooper says Osama Bin Laden is a patsy on June 28 2001‬‏ - YouTube

    Here is another fuller video of what he said about Bin Laden. All predicted before hand and all happened.

    ‪Bill Cooper Predicts 911 Attack/Bin Laden Interview - June 28, 2001‬‏ - YouTube
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    Did you read how he lost his leg? I Pretty telling.
    I pictured you as that guy Gaylord in Showboat, passing up taxis to walk because he's broke and playing it off as if it's the doctor's advice. - Clmetal

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    Quote Originally Posted by leglace View Post
    Did you read how he lost his leg? I Pretty telling.
    I did. But I couldn't find any way to back up the claims so I knew it would be blown off as a conspiracy theory. I believe there is a conspiracy, but most of it is fact and not theory. This dude has proven a lot of that. And paid with his life.

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    He was riding his motorcycle and someone ran him off the road .
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    He was riding his motorcycle and someone ran him off the road .
    I read that it happened twice by the same car. No real way of knowing for sure unless police reports were filed and I couldn't find them. I'm not doubting them, just can't verify them.

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    The Eager police Dept. did not even know he was dead until they got a shots fired report. The 4 corners area is heavy with malitia movements so I suspect the FEDS just bypassed the locals as they feared a leak.
    If you look back to the ''arrests'' of Gordon Kahl and Bob Mathews and then look at Waco you'll find a pattern of illegal use of incendiary-sp ? weapons-they burned Mathews house to the ground,same with Kahl and then the same with waco-use of these devices are illegal on US soil.
    These guys were labeled criminals-remember what the Protocols said-we will force the use of terrorization and make them that resist look evil and us the heroes.
    A GREAT book entitled HARVEST OF RAGE documents exactly how the farmers were raped of their land and how they fought back. In the olden days these men would have been considered heroes as they fought against a HUGE army to the death. Yet today they are considered DT's-domestic terrorists ? The #1 cause of unnatural deaths during the 80's in the midwest was suicide as these men had followed all the rules yet lost the family farm -so they blew their heads off .Those who chose to fight were hunted down and killed .
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    In insert twilight zone music > HERE

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    THIS is what I was predicting MONTHS ago folks...here it comes.

    'Anonymous' Hacks U.S. Law Enforcement Sites, Steals Data

    The group known as Anonymous said Saturday it hacked into some 70 mostly rural law enforcement websites in the United States, a data breach that at least one local police chief said leaked sensitive information about an ongoing investigation. The loose-knit international hacking collective posted a cache of data to the Internet early Saturday, including emails stolen from officers, tips which appeared to come from members of the public, credit card numbers and other information. Anonymous said it had stolen 10 gigabytes worth of data in retaliation for arrests of its sympathizers in the U.S. and Britain.

    Tim Mayfield, a police chief in Gassville, Ark., told The Associated Press that some of the material posted online ? including pictures of teenage girls in their swimsuits ? was sent to him as part of an ongoing investigation. He declined to provide more details.

    Mayfield's comments were the first indication that the hack might be serious. Since news of some kind of cyberattack first filtered out less than a week ago, various police officials said they were unaware of the hacking or dismissed it as nothing to worry about.

    Though many of the leaked emails appeared benign, some of the stolen material seen by the AP carried sensitive information, including tips about suspected crimes, profiles of gang members and security training.

    The emails were mainly from sheriffs' offices in Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri and Mississippi. Many of the websites were operated by a Mountain Home, Ark., media services hosting company, and most, if not all, were either unavailable on Saturday or had been wiped clean of content. The company, Brooks-Jeffrey Marketing, declined to comment.

    In a statement, Anonymous said had leaked "a massive amount of confidential information that is sure to (embarrass), discredit and incriminate police officers across the US." The group said it hoped the disclosures would "demonstrate the inherently corrupt nature of law enforcement using their own words" and "disrupt and sabotage their ability to communicate and terrorize communities."

    The group did not say specifically why these sheriffs' departments were targeted, but Anonymous members have increasingly been pursued by law enforcement in the United States and elsewhere following a string of high-profile data thefts and denial of service attacks ? operations that block websites by flooding them with traffic.

    Last month, the FBI and British and Dutch officials made 21 arrests, many of them related to the group's attacks on Internet payment provider PayPal Inc., which has been targeted over its refusal to process donations to WikiLeaks. The group also claims credit for disrupting the websites of Visa and MasterCard in December when the credit card companies stopped processing donations to WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange.

    An Internet security expert said Anonymous may have gone after the sheriffs' offices because the hosting company was an easy target. Dick Mackey, vice president of consulting at Sudbury, Mass.-based SystemExperts, said many organizations don't see themselves as potential targets for international hackers, causing indifference that can leave them vulnerable.

    "It seems to me to be low-hanging fruit," he said. "If you want to go after someone and make a point and want to have their defenses be low, go after someone who doesn't consider themselves a target."
    As part of the information posted from U.S. sheriffs' department, the group leaked five credit card numbers it said it used to make "involuntary donations." At least four of the names and other personal details published on the Internet appeared genuine. One person contacted by the AP confirmed that money had been stolen from his account.

    Anonymous also posted several emails from police tipsters, many who had asked law enforcement not use their names because they were afraid of retaliation. One tipster wrote that his uncle was a convicted sexual offender who was homeless and hanging around an area Walmart and other places where children were. Another tipster wrote to police that she and her neighbors could smell drugs coming from a house. Both did not respond to emails sent by the AP requesting comment.

    The AP called more than two dozen sheriffs' offices across the country that had information posted by Anonymous. Most calls went unanswered or were not returned Saturday. Several did confirm that a cyberattack had taken place, and some said they did not believe highly sensitive information had been leaked.

    "At this point, other than emails ... there's really not any other critical information they could get their hands on," said John Montgomery, sheriff of Baxter County in northern Arkansas.
    Some sheriffs said they were told about the hacking by the hosting company, but the information they received appeared to vary.

    In Arkansas, St. Francis County Sheriff Bobby May said his department and several others were targeted in retaliation for the arrest of hackers who had targeted Apple Computer Inc., among other companies.
    "It's an international group who are hacking into law enforcement websites across the nation is my understanding," May told the AP in a telephone interview. He said the FBI was investigating the attacks.
    FBI spokesman Steve Frazier did not return several phone calls seeking comment.

    But other sheriffs seemed to first learn of the scope of the hacking only when contacted by the AP.
    Peter E. Walker, sheriff of Jefferson County in Mississippi, said he did not know whether his office's website had been hacked. "As soon as we're back up and rolling on Monday, if something happened we'll be aware of it," he said.
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    Merchant reported from Little Rock, Ark; Satter reported from London. Associated Press writers Maria Fisher in Kansas City, Mo.; M.L. Johnson in Chicago; Shannon McCaffrey in Atlanta; and Janet McConnaughey in New Orleans contributed to this report.

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