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With a foreword by Rex Bradford and a preface by Bill Simpich: From deep within American society emerged the plot that killed a president Beneath the orderly façade of the American government lies a complex network, only partly structural, linking Wall Street influence, corrupt bureaucracy, and the military-industrial complex. Here lies the true power of the American empir With a foreword by Rex Bradford and a preface by Bill Simpich: From deep within American society emerged the plot that killed a president Beneath the orderly façade of the American government lies a complex network, only partly structural, linking Wall Street influence, corrupt bureaucracy, and the military-industrial complex. Here lies the true power of the American empire: This behind-the-scenes web is unelected, unaccountable, and immune to popular resistance. Peter Dale Scott calls this entity the deep state, and he has made it his life’s work to write the history of those who manipulate our government from the shadows. Since the aftermath of World War II, the deep state’s power has grown unchecked, and nowhere has it been more apparent than at sun-dappled Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963.   The central mystery of the JFK assassination is not who fired the guns that fateful day, but the untouchable forces behind the shooters. In this landmark volume, Scott traces how culpable elements in the CIA and FBI helped prepare for the assassination, and how such elements continue to influence our politics today.   In his 1993 publication Deep Politics and the Death of JFK, Scott looked closely at the foreground of the assassination: Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack Ruby, and their connections to Dallas law enforcement, to the underworlds of Dallas and New Orleans, and to Cuba. This new book, in contrast, looks at the assassination as an event emanating from the American deep state, including actions of the CIA and FBI in Washington and Mexico City, and apparent continuities with later deep events, notably Watergate, the Iran-Contra affair, and 9/11. Dallas ’63 concludes with an overview of the 2 pivotal decades between the death of JFK and the Reagan Revolution, when all 4 presidents following Kennedy were increasingly at odds with deep state ambitions for world hegemony and saw their presidential careers prematurely terminated.


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With a foreword by Rex Bradford and a preface by Bill Simpich: From deep within American society emerged the plot that killed a president Beneath the orderly façade of the American government lies a complex network, only partly structural, linking Wall Street influence, corrupt bureaucracy, and the military-industrial complex. Here lies the true power of the American empir With a foreword by Rex Bradford and a preface by Bill Simpich: From deep within American society emerged the plot that killed a president Beneath the orderly façade of the American government lies a complex network, only partly structural, linking Wall Street influence, corrupt bureaucracy, and the military-industrial complex. Here lies the true power of the American empire: This behind-the-scenes web is unelected, unaccountable, and immune to popular resistance. Peter Dale Scott calls this entity the deep state, and he has made it his life’s work to write the history of those who manipulate our government from the shadows. Since the aftermath of World War II, the deep state’s power has grown unchecked, and nowhere has it been more apparent than at sun-dappled Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963.   The central mystery of the JFK assassination is not who fired the guns that fateful day, but the untouchable forces behind the shooters. In this landmark volume, Scott traces how culpable elements in the CIA and FBI helped prepare for the assassination, and how such elements continue to influence our politics today.   In his 1993 publication Deep Politics and the Death of JFK, Scott looked closely at the foreground of the assassination: Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack Ruby, and their connections to Dallas law enforcement, to the underworlds of Dallas and New Orleans, and to Cuba. This new book, in contrast, looks at the assassination as an event emanating from the American deep state, including actions of the CIA and FBI in Washington and Mexico City, and apparent continuities with later deep events, notably Watergate, the Iran-Contra affair, and 9/11. Dallas ’63 concludes with an overview of the 2 pivotal decades between the death of JFK and the Reagan Revolution, when all 4 presidents following Kennedy were increasingly at odds with deep state ambitions for world hegemony and saw their presidential careers prematurely terminated.

30 review for Dallas '63: The First Deep State Revolt Against the White House (Forbidden Bookshelf)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    This book is an alarming dissection of the Deep State in the U.S., and how it began with the assassination of JFK and continued with the effects on several succeeding presidencies. The Deep State is an extreme right-wing parallel shadow government that has always urged the U.S. toward global hegemony, war, and an intention for the U.S. to have global dominance. The author traces footprints of this shadow government from Dealey Plaza to the October Surprise and even up to 9-11. Every time a presid This book is an alarming dissection of the Deep State in the U.S., and how it began with the assassination of JFK and continued with the effects on several succeeding presidencies. The Deep State is an extreme right-wing parallel shadow government that has always urged the U.S. toward global hegemony, war, and an intention for the U.S. to have global dominance. The author traces footprints of this shadow government from Dealey Plaza to the October Surprise and even up to 9-11. Every time a president has pushed for peace, detente, or harmony toward other nations, he has been killed (JFK), disgraced and forced to resign (Nixon), or defeated after one term (Carter) for not presenting a bellicose world attitude. According to this book, this Deep State has planned for a continuation of government that might ultimately suspend the Constitution and democracy as we have known it. The ultimate test of whether the current Constitutionally based federal government could withstand this hard charge from the extreme right was after 9-11, when the greatest threat to U.S. safety and autonomy was challenged, and the shadow government was prepared to take over the government of the U.S. This is a very scary and deeply researched book. It asserts that Lee Harvey Oswald was set up to be a patsy for an eventual presidential assassination and became one on Nov. 22, 1963. Oswald's records as a marine, defector to the Soviet Union, and designated patsy of the JFK assassination were continually obfuscated over the years of his life by a number of government agencies to fit the pattern of what the Deep State had chosen for him to do. At JFK's death, the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam was countermanded by LBJ, and the Deep State got its way of keeping the country immersed in wars and continuing to strive for world dominance. The book is footnoted to the nth degree, and while it's impossible to identify specific persons who have secretly fomented the political direction of the U.S., the book gives a broad outline of what occurred beginning with the Kennedy assassination and the Deep State's plans into the 21st century. It is a sobering investigation into the unnamed forces that have operated below the radar in the federal government up through Reagan's presidency. It is a chilling book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pete daPixie

    'Dallas '63:The First Deep State Revolt Against the White House' (2015) is the reading equivalent of stepping into a cold shower. A not too pleasant experience that takes your breath away, but once endured leaves one feeling wide awake and refreshed. Peter Dale Scott has written many books on what he terms the 'deep state' and on the subject of the JFK assassination in particular. I have previously read his 'Deep Politics & the death of JFK' (1993) and 'Deep Politics II' aka 'Oswald, Mexico and D 'Dallas '63:The First Deep State Revolt Against the White House' (2015) is the reading equivalent of stepping into a cold shower. A not too pleasant experience that takes your breath away, but once endured leaves one feeling wide awake and refreshed. Peter Dale Scott has written many books on what he terms the 'deep state' and on the subject of the JFK assassination in particular. I have previously read his 'Deep Politics & the death of JFK' (1993) and 'Deep Politics II' aka 'Oswald, Mexico and Deep Politics' (2003). Readers of 'Deep Politics II' will find a similar thread to the first few chapters of this publication. The cold shower analogy is quite apt here, as Scott presents a wealth of insights into the tangled government and intelligence agency files created around the 'legend' of Lee Harvey Oswald between 1959 and 1963. Once passed these early chapters the book opens up. It becomes more readable and very startling. The deep state COG (Continuity of Government) or what in the Pentagon was referred to as the Doomesday Project- secret planning for the suspension of the constitution is as disturbing as Dr. Strangelove...but not so funny. I have recently become very interested in the actions of military intelligence personnel in Dallas, and Scott presents some very insightful links to M.I. in the Secret Service detail, D.P.D. officers and Texan political groups. Without mention of the fake military autopsy or burial in a military cemetery. What gives this book it's breadth of scrutiny into deep state actions are not just the JFK case, but the continuing events of Watergate, Iran-Contra and 9/11. To affix the label 'conspiracy theory' is both naïve and ridiculous. Scott is presenting known factual historical records. Exposing lies, obfuscations and treasons from the unelected, unconstitutional and undemocratic, deep state, right wing conglomerate.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anthony Ambruso

    Frightening but true This book is a real eye-opener. I have slowly figured this stuff out over the years, but was horrified to see it in print. I didn't want it to be true. We have a deep state operating within our government. It's sad: I was attached to our constitutional system.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ronald Pierce

    More references than book. A re-read for sure

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Mohr

    A detailed analysis of the "deep state" and the "deep politics" surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy. This book is for serious students of the Kennedy assassination only.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Allen Bolinger

    A very interesting read with information I have not seen in other books about the assassination.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tedi

    A fascinating and well researched analysis into the underbelly of the beast that is American politics, with its connections to intelligence agencies, mafia figures, corporate leaders, and much more. Scott draws from various sources to make the connections between people, places and events throughout history, in the process shining a light on the mechanisms that led to our current power structure. On more than one occasion, the "why" and the "how" are just as eye-opening (if not downright unsettl A fascinating and well researched analysis into the underbelly of the beast that is American politics, with its connections to intelligence agencies, mafia figures, corporate leaders, and much more. Scott draws from various sources to make the connections between people, places and events throughout history, in the process shining a light on the mechanisms that led to our current power structure. On more than one occasion, the "why" and the "how" are just as eye-opening (if not downright unsettling) as the "who." I found it a bit repetitive in some parts, and there were a few grammatical errors, but as an eBook, the latter could easily be fixed in later updates.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Harvey Smith

    This book was of the sort of book that most people would equate with the phrase "conspiracy theory". That said, it was overly cluttered with too many finite details that made it hard to really keep track of the veracity of the claims made by the author. It fits the general deep state pattern that is popular, but other authors had done better justice to the concept.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Duncan MacDonald

    Peter Dale Scott's book is a must-read for anyone interested in the American Deep State. Great research and loaded with references and leads. You need to read this!

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