JFK and 9/11: Parallels

Perhaps the simplest question to understand the level of official complicity in 9/11, the current "elephant in the living room" of American politics, is to ask

Who had the power to suppress warnings from allied governments, FBI agents and other sources that 9/11 was imminent, and then to schedule war games, including a plane-into-building exercise, during 9/11 that resembled actual events?

WHY 9/11 was allowed and assisted is ultimately more important than the technical details of HOW it was engineered, although the logistics of suppressed warnings, manipulation of Middle East politics, overlapping wargames, and remote control are important to understand to avoid similar scandals in the future. The use of disinformation against the "JFK Truth Movement" is also important to be familiar with given the large number of false claims and bait that distracted efforts to expose complicity in the American Reichstag Fire.

The underlying reasons for JFK and 9/11 were similar - endless war that provides vast profit and the excuse to convert aspirations for genuine democracy into an Orwellian state. The success of the coup against JFK emboldened the perpetrators to commit many more crimes: the war on Viet Nam, Watergate, toppling democracies in Brazil, Chile and other countries, the 1980 October Surprise, Iran-Contra, the wars in Central America in the 1980s, the invasion of Panama, the Desert Storm massacre (Saddam Hussein was lured by the US to attack Kuwait, and perhaps 300,000 people were killed in that war), etc.



JFK, 9/11 and War

By Dr. Peter Dale Scott
August 18, 2007

In American history there are two types of event: ordinary events which the information systems of the country can understand and establish. There are also deep events, or meta-events, which the mainstream information systems of the country cannot digest. I mean by a "deep event" an event in which it is clear from the outset that there are aspects which will not be dealt with in the mainstream media, and will be studied only by those so-called "conspiracy theorists" who specialize in deep history.

The events I shall discuss today exhibit continuities with each other and with other deep events, notably the Iran-Contra affair of the mid 1980s and the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995. But the three I shall discuss today -- the JFK assassination, the initial Watergate break-ins, and 9/11 -- are outstanding in this respect: that while they were attributed to insignificant and very marginal people, they had momentous impact, far more than most daily events by more important people, in redirecting American history. 1

If history is what is recorded, then deep history is the sum of events which tend to be officially obscured or even suppressed in traditional books and media. Important recent deep events include the political assassinations of the 1960s, Watergate, Iran-Contra, and now 9/11. All these deep events have involved what I call the deep state, that part of the state which is not publicly accountable, and pursues its goals by means which will not be approved by a public examination. The CIA (with its on-going relationships to drug-traffickers) is an obvious aspect of the deep state, but not the only one, perhaps not even the dirtiest.

When I talk of a deep state, this term (as opposed to others, like deep politics), is not my own invention. It is a translation of the Turkish gizli devlet, or derin devlet, a term used to describe the networks revealed by the so-called Susurluk incident of 1996, when the victims traveling together in what became a deadly car crash were identified as "an MP, a police chief, a beauty queen and her lover, a top Turkish gangster and hitman called Abdullah Catli. The giveaway was that Catli, a heroin trafficker on Interpol's wanted list, was carrying a diplomatic passport signed by none other than the Turkish Interior Minister himself. 2 He was carrying narcotics with him at the time of the crash. 3

The study of these deep events has slowly become more respectable in the almost half-century since the JFK assassination. A major reason has been the emergence of the Internet and other forms of new media, where the same deep events tend to get far more extensive treatment. 4 If the new media come in time to prevail over the priorities of the old, it is possible that we will see a paradigm shift with respect to what is appropriate for serious public discourse.

What I have learned over the years is that it is helpful to look at all these deep events together. This is true for both external reasons (how the nation and its media handle deep history) and for internal reasons (the content of deep events themselves).


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