posted on Nov, 27 2015 @ 02:56 AM
The CIA,The Mafia,Mexico-and Oswald
By Peter Dale Scott
Kennedy’s death and the circumstances surrounding it gave birth to a movement. This movement, composed of all kinds of people, is dedicated to
investigating the story behind the story, to exposing the power networks hidden beneath surface events. These machinations have been dubbed “Deep
Politics.” Those who study it believe there is much more to national and world events than what the public is told by government officials and
evening newscasters — and, as you will see, Peter Dale Scott proves it.
On the occasion of the anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination, WhoWhatWhy is pleased to present excerpts from Chapter 2 of Scott’s latest work –
Dallas ’63: The First Deep State Revolt Against the White House by Peter Dale Scott
Overview: The Mexican CIA-Mob Nexus
Those who have spent years trying to assess the role of the Kennedy assassination in US history are accustomed to the debate between structuralists
and conspiratorialists. In the first camp are those who argue, that the history of a major power is determined by large social forces; thus the
accident of an assassination, even if conspiratorial, is not an event altering history.
At the other end of the spectrum are those who talk of an Invisible Government or Secret Team, who believe that surface events and institutions are
continuously manipulated by unseen forces. For these people the assassination exemplifies the operation of fundamental historical forces, not a
disruption of them.
For years I have attempted to formulate a third or middle position. To do so I have relied on distinctions formulated partly in neologisms or invented
terms. Over forty years ago I postulated that our overt political processes were at times seriously contaminated by manipulative covert politics or
parapolitics, which I then defined as “a system or practice of politics in which accountability is consciously diminished.”