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Official narrative

Wikipedia's article on "organized crime" does contain a mention of "political corruption", observing that a state of unrestrained political corruption is known as a kleptocracy, literally meaning "rule by thieves". However, this is mentioned in the abstract, with suggestion that it relates to the world as it is in 2023. The article, predictably, skips mention of the deep state, echoing commercial entertainment by focusing on the The Mafia, with a side order of terrorist groups such Al-Qaeda.



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Juan MarchSpanish business magnate, arms and tobacco smuggler, banker and deep politician.
Roy McGrathfugitive politician
Mark Thatcher
War criminal


Official examples

Alex Belfield
Victor Bout
Klaas Bruinsma
Anthony Karam


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Criminal Groups on Wikispooks

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Bank of Credit and Commerce International "Bank of Crooks and Criminals International", as some nicknamed it, was a bank set up to facilitate large scale, global money laundering, mainly to support a range of black operations by intelligence agencies.
Clandestine Planning CommitteeTogether with the Allied Clandestine Committee, coordinates the Operation Gladio 'stay behind' groups.
The EnterpriseA sprawling criminal network of thousands of people in key positions across USA. Set up by head of The Cabal, George H. W. Bush.
US/Deep stateThe US deep state goes back centuries, but its modern configuration is fairly easily traced back to the 1963 coup which fused an alliance into a single coherent Cabal. Under the leadership of George H. W. Bush after the Watergate coup, the group became centered on the Bush family. It has been aggressively waging a "War On Terror" since 9-11 quickened the supranational deep state. In recent years it has lacked clear leadership and suffered leaks, infighting, short-termism & confusion about handling its increasingly public profile.