Deep State

The Deep State is, more or less, the Establishment but with sinister connotations. Who really killed Kennedy? Comedians with power, NOT third rate amateurs like Oswald. They have not murdered Donald Trump, not yet but he has annoyed the 'intelligence community' Recall that Mossad didn't like their new boss so he was eliminated. We do know who caused the war against Iraq; it was the Israel Lobby, which means Zionist crazies and their henchmen. The Wiki takes its position - see Deep state in the United States ex Wiki. It ignores Jews who are perpetrators. Telling us that commercially-controlled media are run by the Deep State is an oblique admission that Jews have fingers deep in this pie as well.

As a major example of what the Deep State is doing to us look at The Endgame - Full White Genocide Documentary or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMfk5UeGw4E. It is western governments' policy to destroy the White Man & Western Civilization using Ethnic Fouling shading seamlessly into Genocide for the convenience of Jews, in particular Zionist crazies. Is this a Conspiracy Theory or Conspiracy Fact, Paranoia or a sober assessment? Read for yourself. Think for yourself. Decide for yourself.

 

Deep State ex Wikispooks
The deep state (loosely synonymous with the shadow government or permanent government) is in contrast to the public structures which appear to be directing individual nation states. The deep state is an intensely secretive, informal, fluid network of deep politicians who conspire to amplify their influence over national governments through a variety of deep state milieux. The term "deep state" derives from the Turkish "derin devlet", which emerged after the 1996 Susurluk incident so dramatically unmasked the Turkish deep state. It has experienced a surge of popularity in 2017, not always in keeping with the meaning attributed by the diplomat who coined the phrase.

Official Narrative
The official narrative of deep states used to be that they simply do not exist. This position was modified in the last few years to the claim that they don't exist here. In 2013 the New York Times defined the deep state as "a hard-to-perceive level of government or super-control that exists regardless of elections and that may thwart popular movements or radical change. Some have said that Egypt is being manipulated by its deep state."[1] Since the Times (like the rest of the commercially-controlled media) is more or less a under the control of the deep state, such a mention is very interesting. The implication of the second half of their definition is clear:- other countries are not being manipulated by a deep state. A 2012 blog post at the World Bank takes the same line, "You think your country has undergone a transition to democracy... You realize that there are powerful elite formations bequeathed by years, even decades, of authoritarian rule still able to block progressive change and protect their interests." By stating that "deep states that exist in many youngish ‘democracies’", it neatly skirts the sensitive topic of deep state control over governments which have long claimed to be 'democracies'.[2]. A 2013 book entitled "Deep State" attempts to soften the term, mentioning only minor infractions, making no mention of false flag attacks and poo pooing 9-11 "conspiracy theorists".[3]

 After gradually increasing in use online, the term "deep state" experienced a meteoric surge in popularity since the 2016 US Presidential election. Who What Why noted in February 2017 that the term 'Deep State' was as popular as resistance[4]. Those interested in the deep state could do worse than study the work of the researcher who coined the term - Peter Dale Scott. Certainly, it would be wise to be circumspect about its use by commercially-controlled media - since there is a mound of evidence of deep state control of corporate media.

Non-partisan nature
In February 2017, the Washington Post wrote that the "deep state" is a "sexy new label being used in Washington to describe embedded anonymous bureaucratic bias against President Trump and Republican rule."[5] While there may be an entrenched bias against Trump by many in congress, to characterise this as the "deep state" is to overlook its fundamentally non-partisan nature. Mike Lofgren (himself suspect due to a blind spot in the area of False Flag attacks expresses the non-partisan nature of the deep state as follows: “There is the visible government situated around the Mall in Washington, and then there is another, more shadowy, more indefinable government that is not explained in Civics 101 or observable to tourists at the White House or the Capitol. The former is traditional Washington partisan politics: the tip of the iceberg that a public watching C-SPAN sees daily and which is theoretically controllable via elections. The subsurface part of the iceberg I shall call the Deep State, which operates according to its own compass heading regardless of who is formally in power.”[6] Peter Dale Scott approves of this 'iceberg' metaphor for giving an impression of the size of the deep state, but emphasises that it fails to reflect the fluid nature of the deep state.[citation needed]

Denialism
The Atlantic echoed the old official narrative in February 2017, with an article entitled "There Is No American 'Deep State'" which argued that "The deep state was a kind of criminal organization. What we’re witnessing in the U.S., it’s basically institutional channels."[7] This makes use misleading metaphors such as "bad apples in government" or "deadlock in congress". 'Exposes' of the revolving door between government and private industry or even the influence of the military industrial complex are sometimes presented - but the fundamental integrity of 'democratic' government is not questioned.

The LA Times wrote that "In a country controlled by the deep state, members of the armed forces and intelligence agencies can overthrow presidents they don’t like; that’s what happened in Egypt in 2013. They hold veto power over major decisions. They often run large parts of the economy, or at least enough government contracts to make their families rich. And they’re rarely held accountable for their actions. They act with impunity. U.S. intelligence agencies, on the other hand, are restrained by law."[8] It seems they missed the coups d'état that have occurred in the US since November 1963. The Atlantic's article went so far as to say that there are "dangers in allowing a deep state to become a real menace in the mind of the public."[7]

Behaviour
As powerful and self-interest groups (probably even more dominated by psychopaths and sociopaths than other large hierarchies), deep states seek to frustrate radical and progressive change, so as to preserve their own power, and that of the establishment in general. In contrast to overtly authoritarian rule, deep states must operate more or less secretly, like terrorist groups, so preserving secrecy is a high priority. Control of the commercially-controlled media is essential to the effective preservation of secrecy need for the deep state to work effectively. In the US this is effected through deep state control of the CIA. With the apparatus of nation states under their control, their subterfuges can be elaborate and complex. The deep states of the world have a natural common interest in hiding their existence, which predisposes them to mutual assistance. As a Turkish cartoon put it in 1997 "Deep state protects its own."[9]

Composition
While the exact composition of particular deep state groups and deep state milieux varies, they appear to be more or less centered upon what Dwight Eisenhower referred to as the "Military-industrial-congressional complex", although intelligence agencies are essential to their functioning. They are made up of:

Supranational Nature

Full article: Supranational Deep State

The name "deep state" suggests an immediate parallel with nation state, which is not altogether misleading, at least historically, since these groups often evolved as secret cabals to control nation states. However, although originating in particular localities, deep state factions are highly interlocked in the 21st century deep politics. Peter Dale Scott refers in a recent essay to "A Supranational Deep State", noting how their international integration effectively allows deep states to evade even the limited control national governments had in the early 20th century.[11]

Fluid nature
Power relations between deep politicians remain fluid, so deep states should not be seen as alternative power structures to the visible organisational structures which they dominate. Relationships between Mafia families offer a suitable parallel, combining an often uneasy cooperation with occasional violent and sudden change. All deep state groups share a common interest in preventing exposure of the real goings on behind the facade of electoral politics, so even violently opposed factions can cooperate to hide the true nature of deep events.

Deep Politics
Full article: Deep Politics

"Deep Politics" is a term used to describe the topics and processes of importance to the agents of the deep state. These might or might not be recognisable as connected to the concerns called "politics". Since (by definition) deep politics are concerns of which the public are ignorant, they are generally presented instead as politics. In most countries of the world today, party politics is basically a veneer used to obscure the real, deep political, considerations. In contrast to multiple levels of superficial political considerations, deep political motives are sometimes much simpler; Charlotte Denett, for example, suggests that the deep politics of WW1 and WW2 was actually centered on control of the Middle East's oil and gas supplies.[12]

Deep Events
Full article: Deep Events

"Deep Events" are the footprints of the deep state. Low level deep events are typically unnoticed at the time, and discovered only as part of later investigations. Mid level deep events have a set of cover stories which are made available to a supine or venal commercially-controlled media to steer attention away from their deep political significance. The assassination of David Kelly, for example, is often presented as suicides. Sometimes a planeload of other victims are used to obscure their deep political significance.

Deep state groups use structural deep events to try to change entire societies, sometimes without them even knowing it. The JFK Assassination, for example, was actually a coup d'état that radically changed the US political scene, but corporate media successfully presented it to US citizens as the work of a "Lone Nut" devoid of deep state connections.

The defining deep event of the 21st century, the 9/11 attacks, helped launch the era of perpetual war known as the "War on Terror". While the broad outline is increasingly understood, many of the details remain obscure even to researchers. Larry Silverstein's multi-billion dollar windfall and the insider trading are widely known, but evidence is accumulating that these were but minor parts of much larger suite of financial frauds carried out deep political insiders who capitalised on the opportunity.[13][14][15]  

Events carried out
Event Date
9-11/WTC7/Collapse 11 September 2001 17:20:52 - 11 September 2001 17:20:58
Arms for Libya 1977 - 1981
BBC/Censorship
BBC/Propaganda
Operation Gladio/B 1997 - Present
 

Deep state in the United States ex Wiki
Some notable figures in the United States have for decades expressed concerns about the existence of a "deep state" or state within a state, which they suspect exerts influence and control over public and foreign policy, regardless of which political party controls the country's democratic institutions.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

"Deep state" has historically been associated with countries like Turkey, where sophisticated shadow governments allegedly control or influence key aspects of state policy, but the term has gained attention in the United States as the Trump administration has struggled to control its bureaucracy in the face of leaks from the intelligence community.[11]

According to Philip Giraldi, the nexus of power is centered on the military–industrial complex, intelligence community, and Wall Street,[12] while Bill Moyers points to plutocrats and oligarchs.[13] Professor Peter Dale Scott also mentions "big oil" and the media as key players,[14] while David Talbot focuses on national security officials, especially Allen Dulles.[15] Mike Lofgren, an ex-Washington staffer who has written a book on the issue, includes Silicon Valley, along with "key elements of government" and Wall Street, but emphasizes the non-conspiratorial nature of the "state".[16][17]

Political scientist Michael J. Glennon believes that this trend is the result of policy being made by government bureaucracies instead of by elected officials.[6]

 

Peter Dale Scott ex Wikispooks
Background
Peter Dale Scott is a former Canadian diplomat, and retired English professor at the University of California, Berkeley. The son of Canadian poet and constitutional lawyer F. R. Scott and painter Marian Dale Scott, [1] he is known for his anti-war stance and his criticism of U.S. foreign policy dating back to the Vietnam War.

Career
Scott spent four years (1957-1961) with the Canadian diplomatic service. He retired from the UCB faculty in 1994. He is now an active researcher into Deep politics. He was a committee member at Cynthia McKinney's Dissertation Defense in 2015.[2]

Research
Scott has earned a reputation for painstaking research and caution in his publications. He has been called a "virtuoso when it comes to what sometimes seems like grabbing smoke — capturing proof, however elusive, of motives and objectives that could explain the machinations of US intelligence agencies — and then analyzing the residue."[3]

Scott rejects the label of "conspiracy theory" and coined the phrase "deep politics" to describe his extensive investigations into the role of the "deep state" (as opposed to the "public state"). Daniel Ellsberg commented about his book, American War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan (2010), "I said of Scott's last, brilliant take on this subject, Drugs, Oil and War(2003), that 'it makes most academic and journalistic explanations of our past and current interventions read like government propaganda written for children.' Now Scott has written an even better book."[4]

The Road to 9/11 (2007), deals with historical and geopolitical context of the events of 9/11, and describes "how U.S. foreign policy since the 1960s has led to partial or total cover-ups of past domestic criminal acts, including, perhaps, the catastrophe of 9/11.[5]

An interesting aspect of Scott's work that combines both his investigating interests and his poetry is illustrated by Lobster Magazine article The Global Drug Meta-Group: Drugs, Managed Violence, and the Russian 9/11.

Literary Works
Scott has described his poem Minding the Darkness as his most important, though he concedes that "Like other long poems by older men. . . it toys dangerously with abstract didactic principles." Introductory matter to excerpts from Minding the Darkness. [6] The poem is intended as the culmination of a major poetic project of which Coming to Jakarta was the inception.  

 

 


 

Deep State In America May Have Set Up Secret Communication System To Facilitate Treason  [ 26 April 2017 ]
The Deep State exists; it is full of hate, regarding Donald Trump as their enemy. Find out how to protect yourself - see Signal Keeps Your iPhone Calls And Texts Safe From Government Spies.

 

Donald Trump Under Attack By The Deep State  [ 8 August 2017 ]
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On this 200th day of the Trump Administration, the 45th presidency is under assault as few legitimately elected governments in free stable nations have ever been. The weapon of choice is, as Jeff Sessions' Justice Department has very belatedly recognized, the leak. There are three kinds of leak:

The first is the palace-intrigue stuff: Spicer loathes Scaramucci, Scaramucci hates Priebus, Priebus despises Bannon, etc. The second is the drip-drip-drip of the "Russia investigation": Robert Mueller has empaneled a grand jury, he's looking into eight-year-old Trump prop. The third is the full transcripts in American newspapers of Trump's conversations with the Mexican president and the Australian prime minister.................

From November to January we had three months of blather about the "peaceful transfer of power", but that is in fact precisely what the losers have denied the winners: Instead, they weaponized the transfer. Do you think, after last week, the Aussies think this is a normal "transfer of power"? What we are witnessing is a slow-motion coup against a duly elected government by people determined to use whatever they have to hand - national-security leaks by the permanent bureaucracy, money-no-object fishing expeditions by hopelessly conflicted prosecutors, domestic surveillance of political opponents by Obama officials, and indifference to most of the preceding by a GOP congressional leadership that has no interest in seeing Trumpism succeed.

If they prevail, they will be teaching the electorate a very dangerous lesson: you can vote for change all you want, but you ain't gonna get any. And that leads nowhere good.
UNQUOTE Donald Trump is hated by the Establishment, by the Main Stream Media, by the Education Industry, by the Deep State. They are Fanatics, arrogant rogues who loathe the honest Working Man & Democracy. They are enraged by his failure to vote as they demanded, for corruption, for Clinton. The Forgotten Man did what he wanted. Now they are attacking. Don should start putting them where they belong, in prison.
PS Two major security breaches were published in full by the Washington Post - see Transcripts of Trump’s calls with Mexico and Australia. Do. Don & Malc read as reasonable men dealing with nausea set by a Marxist crook.