New World Order
- The Battle for Your Mind and the Truth to the UFOs: With Reflections on William Cooper
- Narrated by: Theo Chalmers
- Length: 2 hrs and 38 mins
- Original Recording Audiobook
- Release date: 04-12-09
- Language: English
- Publisher: Reality Entertainment
Perhaps more importantly, are UFOs actually visiting our planet? Have they been here for thousands of years? All this and more is constantly investigated by thousands of people around the globe and nobody more than the Hour of Our Time Show stands up for the rights of the people. Get a different angle on global conspiracy theories and learn about Big Brother like you could never possibly imagine. Are they trying to control our minds? Are they lying about the Alien Threat? You decide.
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By Rob on 07-03-10
Not designed as an audio program!
What I have discovered about this publisher: World Wide Multi Media, is that their audiobook titles are actually the audio track from dvd productions.
They are not programs designed for a listening only audience!!
These aren't audio programs derived from a written book, they are a free-flowing interviews from some type of tv show "Hour of Our Time Show."
I quit listening once it introduced that it was going to play a video for the audience that went on with music and no narration.
Completely inappropriate as an audio feature. I could understand if it was adapted as a listening program, but it isn't at all. Infuriating. Rip off!!
Save your money. If you really want it, look for it in dvd format because that's the only way you'll understand these "World Wide Multi Media" audiobooks.
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By Vanessa on 10-04-17
Any additional comments?
I bought this after months of languishing on my wish list. I loved Bill Cooper's "Hour of the Time" shows, and the title seemed very promising. However, I learned after purchasing this piece the misleading part of the title is "With Reflections on William Cooper.
Instead of a book about Cooper, this is a two hour radio broadcast; and 57 minutes into the show, the host rudely speaks over the person being interviewed about Cooper with a long, rambling "We're done! Got to go, sorry!" attitude. If I want that, I can listen to Alex Jones. The second hour is a complete yawnfest (in my opinion) of the overuse of psychotropic drugs in the UK. I'm returning this, it's not worth 10 cents, let alone 10 dollars.