Articles by Peter Dale Scott

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The State, the Deep State, and the Wall Street Overworld
Peter Dale Scott | WikiSpooks - TRANSCEND Media Service, 20 Apr 2020

4 Dec 2017 – A recommended and highly referenced overview of the deep state in action centering on the complex milieu of Khashoggi, the BCCI, and the Safari Club.

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Systemic Destabilization in Recent American History1
Peter Dale Scott – The Asia-Pacific Journal, 1 Oct 2012

Among the false flag structural deep events I wish to consider today are: 1) The John F. Kennedy assassination of 1963, or 11/22; 2) The Robert Kennedy assassination of 1968; 3) The 1993 first World Trade Center bombing and the 1995 Oklahoma City; 4) 9/11 and the subsequent false flag anthrax attacks of 2001, which led to the imposition of Continuity of Government (COG) measures, the Patriot Act, and the proclamation, on September 14, 2001, of a State of Emergency which remains in effect.

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Why Americans Must End America’s Self-Generating Wars
Prof. Peter Dale Scott – The Asia-Pacific Journal, 3 Sep 2012

The most urgent political challenge to the world today is how to prevent the so-called “pax Americana” from progressively degenerating, like the 19th-century so-called “pax Britannica” before it, into major global warfare. I say “so-called,” because each “pax,” in its final stages, became less and less peaceful, less and less orderly, more and more a naked imposition of belligerent competitive power based on inequality.

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Kyrgyzstan, the U.S. and the Global Drug Problem: Deep Forces and the Syndrome of Coups, Drugs, and Terror
Peter Dale Scott – The Asia-Pacific Journal, 19 Jul 2010

Will the current crisis in Kyrgyzstan lead to greater instability, and perhaps an expansion of the current conflict in Central Asia? There are good reasons to be concerned. Deep forces, not adequately understood, are at work there; and these forces have repeatedly led to major warfare in the past.

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Opium and the CIA: Can the US Triumph in the Drug-Addicted War in Afghanistan?
Prof. Peter Dale Scott - Global Research, 19 Apr 2010

The Karzai Government, not the Taliban, Dominate the Afghan Dope Economy. Perhaps the best example of such CIA influence via drug traffickers today is in Afghanistan itself, where those accused of drug trafficking include President Karzai’s brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai (an active CIA asset), and Abdul Rashid Dostum (a former CIA asset).

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