Welcome to the ParaPolitics website.
We’ve been online for over 10 years.
Some of the issues we’ve covered include…
- Militarized Law Enforcement, SWAT, Riot Cops, Vampire Cops
- Toll Roads and Surveillance State Privacy Invasion & Taxation
- TexMex Border Murder Factory (2006) & Ongoing Drug War Zone
- COPA Coalition On Political Assassination conference (2002)
- MK-Ultra & Related Mind Control Research and Information
- AusTex Political Radio – Austin News & Views (2011) / PsiOp Radio (2007-2012)
- The Waco Massacre – Day 51 / Waco Remembered / Waco, One Year Later
Peter Dale Scott coined the term ParaPolitics…
From Deep Politics and the Death of JFK pp. 6-7
Peter Dale Scott
“…the investigation of parapolitics, which I defined (with the CIA in mind) as a `system or practice of politics in which accountability is consciously diminished.’…I still see value in this definition and mode of analysis. But parapolitics as thus defined is itself too narrowly conscious and intentional… it describes at best only an intervening layer of the irrationality under our political culture’s rational surface. Thus I now refer to parapolitics as only one manifestation of deep politics, all those political practices and arrangements, deliberate or not, which are usually repressed rather than acknowledged.”
Excerpt Peter Dale Scott’s Website
The War Conspiracy
Check out these videos of Peter Dale Scott at Guerrilla News
Peter Dale Scott, Berkeley, CA September, 2001
The War Conspiracy
“Thirty years ago I postulated that our overt political processes were at times seriously contaminated by manipulative covert politics or parapolitics, which I then defined as “a system or practice of politics in which accountability is consciously diminished.” In Deep Politics and the Death of JFK, I moved towards a less conspiratorial middle alternative. I discussed instead the interactions of what I called deep political processes, emanating from plural power sources and all only occasionally visible, all usually repressed rather than recognized. In contrast to parapolitical processes, those of deep politics are open-ended, not securely within anyone’s power or intentions.”
“Parahistory differs from history in two respects. First, it is an account of suppressed events, at odds with the publicly accepted history of this country. (One might say that history is the record of politics; parahistory, the record of parapolitics.) Second, parahistory is restored from records which were themselves once repressed. In short, parahistory is a reconstructed account of events denied by the public records from which history is normally composed. Thus the parahistory of Oswald in Mexico tells of events, not just ignored by official histories, but at odds with the official record: i.e. officially suppressed and denied.”
PARAPOLITICS: Toward the City of Man by Raghavan Iyer
“What is living and what is dead in contemporary political ideas, traditional beliefs and inherited allegiances? How may a better future be constructed from our complex past? Considering such questions, Parapolitics unveils a radical new perspective extending far beyond the pessimism of the current predicament. Raghavan Iyer moves with ease from the Greek polis to the California communes, from the psychology of self-actualization to the dynamics of social structures. He shows the critical distance needed to see clearly the costs of commitment, the limits and possibilities, in a global community. The book explores the subtle relationships between technology and politics, democracy and liberty, scarcity and abundance. Parapolitics calls for audacious diversity and dialectical skill in the responsible exercise of will and imagination. By distilling the ideas of seminal political thinkers from Socrates and Plato to Marx and Gandhi, the book provides a firm basis for a fresh vision of Civitas Humana the City of Man.”
– 381 p. Sewn, softbound with dust jacket $21.75
Reviews of Parapolitics:
“Parapolitics is a work of large-scale political theory. The book is a very fluent and readable piece of work . . . unusual in trying to combine the concern of existential psychology with the more conventional concerns of traditional political theory.”
–The Times Literary Supplement
“Erudition is united with wisdom in this stimulating work.”
–Journal of Politics
“The heart of the book is the attempt to sketch a foundation for a global society of the future . . . an ambitious and original undertaking.”
Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in our Time by Carroll Quigely.
Eminent historian reveals evidence of the existence of a secret cabal within the Anglo-American establishment.
Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power in American Culture by Mark Fenster.
Highlights cultural and psychological aspects of the “conspiracy community” without dismissing completely conspiricist claims of secrecy and iniquity in politics and economics.
Conspiracy: How the Paranoid Style Flourishes and Where It Comes From by Daniel Pipes.
Reviewed for the Independent Review. Pipes tries to debunk conspiracy theory, but quickly trips over its own inconsistencies, shoddy research and exagerations.
America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones by Antony C. Sutton.
Review for the New American. “This one book contains the four previous Antony Sutton titles which all expose The Order: a secret, senior-year society at Yale University, many members of which have attained positions of power far beyond most people’s imaginations.”
De Moordvrienden by Peter Edel.
Synopsis of unpublished manuscript concerning Prince Bernhard’s position in the anti communist network and the death of JFK.
- Parapolitics in the Making of Macedonian Identity. Memory, Identity and Geopolitics in the Eastern Mediterranean, Brown University, May 2000.
- “In the realm of the double-headed eagle: Parapolitics in Macedonia 1994-1999” in J. Cowan (ed.) Macedonia: The Politics of Identity and Difference. London: Pluto Press 2000.
Parapolitics / USA (1981-1983). 347 pages total.
(Set of eight issues available for $34.75 from Tom Davis Books, Box 1107, Aptos CA 95001.)
This typescript-and-photocopy journal was published by Jonathan Marshall, who was then an editor at the libertarian magazine Inquiry and is now economics editor at the San Francisco Chronicle. “Parapolitics” hasn’t made it into Webster’s yet, but it basically means the same as “covert politics.” It includes the intelligence community, drug and gun running, mercenaries, exile political activities, terrorism, organized crime, covert high-finance, international money laundering, assassinations — everything you can’t get on the evening news. Marshall has an eye for culling obscure but important items from the world press.
In his last issue Marshall had thirteen words about one Glenn Robinette, “a former CIA agent turned security consultant.” This was picked up by NameBase in 1985, and the disks were bought by a CBS news producer in 1986. In 1987 this producer noticed the decal on Oliver North’s nice new security gate and called the manufacturer. He was told that a “Mr. Robinette” paid cash for it. When Robinette opened his door the next morning, a CBS camera was waiting for a scoop. He told all, and in 1989 North was convicted for accepting an illegal gratuity. Moral: if you have something to hide these days, use a name like John Smith or Bill Taylor. Then those pesky computers may lose you among your many namesakes.