Newark, NJ-based lyricist William Cooper is known for his insightful views on a variety of topics that most of the general population either refuses to acknowledge, or are simply uneducated on, myself included.
While some of these ideas may fall under the category of “conspiracy theory,” William, much like revered author Milton William “Bill” Cooper, brings a believable perspective on these very topics.
After delivering the sobering video for “Something Ain’t Right” with Nature, Cooper explores the “deeper political meanings hidden” in the 1939 film The Wizard Of Oz, and its parallels to The Federal Reserve Act.
In the 1939 film, Dorothy continues to walk down a yellow (gold) brick road wearing ruby slippers (silver slippers in the original novel) on a mission to reach the Emerald City, which some feel represents greenbacks or even The Federal Reserve, never knowing that she had the power all along. You could argue that Dorothy represents “The People” and how they handed over all of their silver and gold for paper money backed by The Federal Reserve. Today, many question if the gold in The Federal Reserve even exists and others proclaim The Federal Reserve Act to be the greatest heist of all time.
When speaking to William Cooper about the video he said, “This is by far my favorite song/video I have ever released to this point in my career. This is a very heavy song that may have went over many listener’s heads so I am excited to have such an amazing visual to project the song’s brilliance. I hope my die hard supporters will really enjoy this one.”