Chinks In the Walls Of Slaves
The following is an excerpt from a talk given in late 1989 by Milton William Cooper, an intelligence officer with the United States Navy, a radio broadcaster, and author best known for his 1991 book entitled Behold a Pale Horse.
‘Because you’re operating from a place of ignorance and until you change that, you will be bumbling around bumping into each other saying and doing the wrong things, not understanding the nature of your enemy and if you don’t understand the nature of your enemy and the weapons they use, you cannot fight that enemy. You can’t fight the battle, you shouldn’t even be on the battlefield. That’s why you’re losing the war. Don’t tell me you’re not because I’m in a place of great knowledge about who’s winning and who’s losing this war and I can assure you, you’re losing the war.’
‘It doesn’t mean it can’t be turned around. But it will never be turned around until you learn what you need to know. Don’t spread a rumor, spread the truth. Document it. Prove it. Make it irrefutable and you too will become dangerous to those who would mire us in lies and enslave us. You don’t really understand sometimes what a terrible burden it is to know some of the things I know and try to wake people up and impart this knowledge to them and find out that they just have walls built in front of them. They want to be slaves. But we’re making some chinks in those walls.’