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15 April, 2009

Wings are for Freedom!

Good one Damien!

Like I said earlier, it’s 1995 all over again. They're coming for the "right wing" again.

1995 Clinton White House Memo: “Bill Cooper is the most dangerous talk show host in America.”

Only thing now is there are more internet “talk show hosts” and we all (most of us) understand that the “left wing” or “right wing” is a contrivance which serves to divide and conquer. Don’t fall for it. Wings are for freedom! Use them properly.

Refresh your memory. History spins in a spiral. It's Deja Vu all over again. This all happened 15 years ago circa Ruby Ridge, OK Bombing.

The Legacy of William Cooper

P.S. I also want to point out that what Bill Cooper is talking about in this video is a document found in a copy machine at Boeing called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, which was later discovered to have been written by Hartford Van Dyke.

Cooper’s quote: “a nation or world of people who will not use their intelligence are no better than animals who do not have intelligence. Such people are beasts of burden and steaks on the table by choice and consent.”

People still don’t get that Cooper didn’t write this.

It comes from:

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
(Excerpt and Introduction)
Operations Research Technical Manual (TM-SW 7905.1)
By Hartford Van Dyke


  1. Yes, that's correct Joan.

    Behold a Pale Horse by Bill Cooper. I think he was shot in some strange late-night "raid" by the police. SW/QW seems to be an expatiation upon the socioeconomic premises of power originally set forth by Orwell in 1984 pgs. 152-178.

  2. Really? Which edition? I'll try to look it up. Can you quote / paraphrase the part you're talking about? Orwell was truly a visionary (of nightmares). The type of nightmares that make you never want to sleep again.

    WAKE UP!

  3. Generally speaking. Orwell outlines the planned economic structure of society. He introduces the concept of "quiet wars" when he writes: "War is now a purely internal affair. The war is waged by each ruling group against its own subjects, and the object of war keep the structure of society intact." (Found in Part IX, "War is Peace") Which of course is the basic premise of SW/QW. The economic development by the state of all sorts of psychological schemes to keep the herd under control. The edition I have is a "Signet Classic" from 10 or so years ago.