Deep state group

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Deep state groups are very similar to to the legal definition of conspiracy: An agreement between two or more persons to engage jointly in an unlawful or criminal act, or an act that is innocent in itself but becomes unlawful when done by the combination of actors.

Deep state groups are organs of the deep states which comprise the supranational deep state. The term is used here as a catch all to describe groups which play an unknown role in the deep state.


Deep state groups tend to be hierarchically organized, not democratic, where strong, rich and powerful leaders set the agenda and decide who can join.

The groups also are undemocratic in that the population is never or only rarely given a glimpse of the behind the scene machinations to maintain power.

Deep state factions

Full article: Deep state faction
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Deep state factions work together and vie for power, underneath the veneer of party politics. One historically important group was the Suite 8F Group which was involved in the JFK assassination. A more recent example is the II, exposed by a leak.

Deep state milieux

Full article: Deep state milieu
A rare photograph of Le Cercle, taken at the 2016 meeting in Washington DC by Václav Klaus

A deep state milieu is a group where deep state operatives can meet - generally in secret - to discuss common concerns and coordinate to seize or maintain power. Two very important deep state milieux that are well documented on this site are Le Cercle and the Bilderberg.

Hit squads

Clandestine hit squads are important for the maintenance of deep states. Operation 40 was used for the JFK assassination, among others.



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Atlantik-BrückeA long established and relatively public organ of the US to control German politics.
Deep state faction
Henry Jackson SocietyA British neocon political action committee supported by key US neocons and by two of David Cameron's closest advisers.
Le SiècleA long established "bipartisan" network in the French establishment.