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In this exciting part 2 episode on the Deep State, Dark Journalist, Daniel Liszt’s interview former Canadian diplomat, UC Berkeley professor and author, Peter Dale Scott.
Scott coined the term “Deep State” and has been writing about it for 50 years.
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