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Re: William Cooper Killed In SWAT Raid - Balaskas

From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos@yorku.ca>
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2001 08:59:47 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)
Fwd Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2001 08:24:35 -0500
Subject: Re: William Cooper Killed In SWAT Raid - Balaskas

 >From: Jerome Clark <jkclark@frontiernet.net>
 >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@home.com>
 >Subject: Re: William Cooper Killed In SWAT Raid
 >Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 13:05:53 -0600

 >>Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 07:53:53 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)
 >>From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos@yorku.ca>
 >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@home.com>
 >>Subject: Re: William Cooper Killed In SWAT Raid


 >>It is interesting to note that the editor of the monthly
 >>newsletter 'Personal Update' and co-author of the very
 >>interesting book 'Alien Encounters - The Secret Behind the UFO
 >>Phenomenon', Chuck Missler, has a briefing pack (two audio
 >>cassettes and study notes) that is also titled 'Behold A Pale
 >>Horse'. It discusses such things as biochemical terrorism, the
 >>secret government agenda of population control, etc. - all very
 >>similar themes to those found in Bill Cooper's book and
 >>lectures, but better documented.

 >>Even "crazy" and "dangerous" people like Bill Cooper can have
 >>true knowledge of and be correct about some things...

 >This is the equivalent of saying, as barstool philosophers are
 >wont to do from time to time, that "Hitler [or Stalin, or the
 >Unabomber, or whoever; fill in the name of any maniac who comes
 >to mind] had some good ideas."  No, they didn't. They were just
 >crazy, evil bastards, and they had the ideas of crazy, evil

Sorry Jerry, but I do not understand your analogy. Were you
saying that when barstool philosophers (or any people) share the
same ideas as the "crazy, evil bastards", then these ideas are
bad ones? Or were you suggesting that people who share these
ideas makes them crazy, evil bastards too? Do you at least allow
for possiblity that crazy, evil bastards can have good ideas?
Who decides who are or are not crazy, evil bastards anyway?

As for Chuck Missler (co-author of the very interesting book on
UFOs/Aliens and producer of the 'Behold a Pale Horse' briefing
pack), his stuff is certainly better documented and worth
reading, although not much less controversial than Bill
Cooper's. During his visit to Toronto Chuck told me how we came
within minutes of the nuclear annihilation of two major cities
earlier this year in addition to many other very disturbing
things that have been suppressed or covered up for
understandable reasons.

 >The chance that Cooper was right about anything, beyond possibly
 >the price of gas (a substance he expended in great quantity), is
 >somewhere between virtual and absolute zero. The only right you
 >can ascribe to him is far, far right.

What can you present to justify this opinion you have about Bill
Cooper? One can express similar opinions about Steven Greer, or
George Bush or the Pope (or whoever else comes to your mind) but
unless they can back it up with solid numbers or facts, why
should I consider what you say any different to what debunkers
and uninformed skeptics make against the so-called UFO believers
and the alleged conspiracy mongers all the time?

I have never met Bill Cooper or took most of what he had to say
seriously, but he did influence many researchers to ask more
questions and to dig deeper into claims regarding UFOs which
have brought us closer to the truth.

Nick Balaskas

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