William Cooper after Columbine: “Watch for the rose presented at a future school shooting, it is then that the NWO will make it’s move”

Editor Note: Thanks to SOF for sharing this one with me.

By Jim Stone

Here is Bill Cooper’s broadcast after the Columbine shooting. There is no wonder why he is dead now. In this (two hour) broadcast, he talks about “the rose”, and when we see it in a future school shooting that it was a symbol that the New World Order was ready to make it’s move. We saw this rose come forward with the “valentines day shooting” in Florida, but everyone thought it was simply done because it was valentines day. Not so, the rose, according to Cooper, is the symbol of the New World Order, the birth of their new world order, when it is finally realized. Cooper also goes over how the shooting would be used to take our rights away, and how secret societies were involved with Columbine. Keep in mind Cooper said this 20 years ago. Quite the warning I’d say, this truly is time to lock and load.

The file is an .mp3 that is 14 megabytes in size, and just short of two hours in length.

Right click to download and save, double click to have it stream instantly (some systems won’t stream instantly)

The file is here. This is well worth a listen, take two hours and do it. 14 megs is not too much for anyone to download considering the value of this.

I reprocessed the sound file to remove the annoying intro, get rid of audio artifacts to make it much more clear, and remove one song that I figured was out of place. All of the speaking and phone calls are here, as William Cooper did his original columbine broadcast.

This article (Jimstone.is – World Class Investigative Truth) was originally published on Jim Stone Freelance and syndicated by The Event Chronicle. h/t: SOF


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