Will Keys,

The concept of the Deep State refers to influential individuals within government agencies or the military who are believed to secretly manipulate or control government policies. Coined by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the term initially referred to the Military Industrial Complex (MIC) and the potential corruption stemming from the alignment of financial interests between the MIC and the federal government. Today, the Deep State is described as a clandestine network operating alongside or within the elected government, involving high-level financial and industrial entities. This article explores the impact of the Deep State at both macro and micro levels, with a particular focus on the role of First Amendment Auditors in upholding constitutional rights.

It now seems certain that President Kennedy was murdered by Deep State operatives within the CIA and Robert Kennedy (jr) is suggesting there may be more that was not made public about the death of his father. John Kennedy’s ‘crime’ was being anti escalating US involvement in Vietnam. It can also be argued that Richard Nixon was a victim of the Deep State. His downfall was orchestrated illegally from within the FBI. The FBI colluded with the media and succeeded in removing from office a president who had managed to extricate his country from a ruinous war in Vietnam. Donald Trump, we now know, was also targeted by the law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Brennan at the CIA, Clapper at the NSA, and Strzok at the FBI worked to undermine and destroy the Trump presidency.

The Deep State’s Influence:  The alignment of financial interests between political candidates and the Deep State is a crucial aspect of its influence. Financial support from the Deep State often comes with expectations, leading to potential quid pro quo arrangements. Furthermore, the Deep State’s penchant for promoting foreign wars to bolster the sale of Military Industrial Complex products is a concerning consequence of its influence.

The Deep State and Political Landscape:  In Blue States, the influence of the Deep State on Senate and Congressional representatives is notable. The chances of winning elections without Deep State support are slim, and opposition to the Deep State further diminishes those chances. This dependency trap affects both Democrats and Republicans, with some within the latter being labeled as “Republicans in name only” (RINOs).

The Decline of Trust and the Potemkin Village:  Trust in the Federal Government has significantly eroded, with unelected bureaucrats wielding significant control over government mechanisms. This article suggests that the Biden Administration serves as a facade for the Deep State’s corrupt practices.

US Foreign Policy and the Deep State: The Deep State’s influence over US foreign policy is exemplified by the CIA’s alleged orchestration of the 2014 Ukraine Maidan ‘Color Revolution’ without congressional approval. The consequences of such actions, including numerous deaths and substantial financial expenditure, are concerning. This intervention provided the platform for the current conflict.

First Amendment Auditors and their Role:  The article shifts its focus to the micro-level damage caused by the Deep State, highlighting the emergence of First Amendment Auditors as a response. These auditors aim to hold government employees accountable for their compliance with the US Constitution, particularly the First Amendment. Sean-Paul Reyes, a prominent figure among First Amendment Auditors, has gained a significant following by emphasizing the rights protected by the First Amendment, including freedom of speech, press, assembly, and religion.

Reyes’ Method and Impact: Reyes employs a straightforward yet effective method as a First Amendment Auditor. He enters government buildings while recording video, ensuring he remains in public spaces rather than restricted areas. He adheres to security protocols and, if required, signs in using pseudonyms. He emphasizes that public spaces offer no expectation of privacy, allowing him to record from a public space into a restricted one. Reyes documents the behavior of government employees, even when faced with arrest and detention. He shares these recordings on social media platforms, and public opinion often condemns oppressive actions. Reyes also takes legal action through civil courts when his First Amendment rights are violated, yielding remarkable success for the benefit of society.

The Influence of First Amendment Auditors: An incident at the New York Police 75th Precinct, streamed live by Reyes, garnered significant public attention, with over 700,000 viewers witnessing his mistreatment, arrest, and detention. The public outcry against such actions reflects the impact of First Amendment Auditors in holding oppressors accountable.

Conclusion:  Courageous individuals like Sean-Paul Reyes play a vital role in combating oppression and upholding constitutional rights. The commitment and bravery of such auditors contribute to the preservation of liberties. While such actions may be challenging in many countries, they are possible in the United States, a reason why the nation is celebrated.

By Will Keys

8 thoughts on “Understanding the Deep State and the Role of First Amendment Auditors.”
  1. The ACW (Association of Catholic Women’s )Review examined the corrosive work of the ‘Frankfurt School’—a group of German- American scholars who developed highly provocative and original perspectives on contemporary society and culture, drawing on Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, and Weber. Not that their idea of a ‘cultural revolution’ was particularly new. “Until now,” wrote Joseph, Comte de Maistre (1753–1821) who for fifteen years was a Freemason, “nations were killed by conquest, that is by invasion: But here an important question arises; can a nation not die on its own soil, without resettlement or invasion, by allowing the flies of decomposition to corrupt to the very core those original and constituent principles which make it what it is.”
    What was the Frankfurt School? Well, in the days following the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, it was believed that workers’ revolution would sweep into Europe and, eventually, into the United States. But it did not do so. Towards the end of 1922 the Communist International (Comintern) began to consider what were the reasons. On Lenin’s initiative a meeting was organised at the Marx- Engels Institute in Moscow. The aim of the meeting was to clarify the concept of, and give concrete effect to, a Marxist cultural revolution. Amongst those present were Georg Lukacs (a Hungarian aristocrat, son of a banker, who had become a Communist during World War I; a good Marxist theoretician he developed the idea of ‘Revolution and Eros’—sexual instinct used as an instrument of destruction) and Willi Münzenberg (whose proposed solution was to ‘organise the intellectuals and use them to make Western civilisation stink. Only then, after they have corrupted all its values and made life impossible, can we impose the dictatorship of the proletariat’) ‘It was’, said Ralph de Toledano (1916– 2007) the conservative author and co-founder of the ‘National Review’, a meeting ‘perhaps more harmful to Western civilization than the
    To further the advance of their ‘quiet’ cultural revolution—but giving us no ideas about their plans for the future—the School recommended (among other things):
    1. The creation of racism offences
    2. Continual change to create confusion
    3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children
    4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority
    5. Huge immigration to destroy identity
    6. The promotion of excessive drinking
    7. Emptying of churches
    8. An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime
    9. Dependency on the state or state benefits
    10. Control and dumbing down of media
    11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family

    1. Hi Richard, I appreciate your precis of aspects of the Frankfurt School of critical-theory. I cannot take issue with anything you wrote, I am not a Marxist and I don’t have any skin in the philosophy. I know that a coterie of disciples migrated to the USA and inter alia Herbert Marcuse was in the group. Extract: “Marcuse’s critical theory combined features of eudaemonism (a theory that the highest ethical goal is happiness and personal well-being) with the hedonistic protest against the repression of sensuality.” He argued that some needs are better satisfied than others and that individual happiness cannot be separated from the creation of a rational society. Hillary Clinton wrote her 1969, 92 page senior thesis ‘There Is Only the Fight…..” at Wellesley on the life of Saul Alinsky. I was taught that the Frankfurt School philosophy was in response to the catastrophic persecutions of the European Jews. The original proponents of the critical-theory were all Jews. USA Academia bastardised the original philosophy and turned it into a Marxist hodge podge of destructive BS. Apparently, much of the original critical-theory was dissipated.

  2. Mr Keys, an interesting and honest argument on the deep state and MIC/MFC.
    I am not sure about your interpretation of the Nixon Watergate. Bob Woodward interviewed Nixon, and Nixon made admissions that his ‘hate’ destroyed his presidency. You can watch the interview or read the book. Bob Woodward “Trump Tapes” appears to demonstrate that Trump my be plagued with the same hate.
    Keurboom comments are valid. I urge you to Yuri Bezmenov’s 1985 video “Manipulation of US Pubic Opinion.” This was not evident in my earlier tertiary studies but was well-established in my later tertiary studies (2016). Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOmXiapfCs8
    Hannes made a strong argument against Ken Fowler. The MIC/MFC were in play at the time. I urge you to watch the Youtube video Wynand du Toit’s ‘Ex-Special Forces Recce and POW, Wynand du Toit, reflects on Operation Argon.” Read Wynand’s book “Judas Goat’. This incident was designed to bring Mandela to power. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ad6Xt-m9dh
    I am not sure about trusting the Russians. You may find the Video “Unmasking the Australian spy who sold secrets to Russia” interesting and disturbing. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la8Au_c4HEE
    Mr Keys are you aware that Australian politicians allowed China to build its own international airport in Western Australia. Link: https://thewest.com.au/business/aviation/chinese-ownership-of-merredin-airport-sparks-controversy-ng-b88705220z
    Shane Dowling’s book “The Jerilderie Letter” exposes Australia’s corrupt Prime Ministers. Link:

    1. Hi Quentin, the penetration of ASIO before the collapse of the USSR, was an Australian disgrace by Ian George Peacock. It cast a poor light on ASIO as a failure. In the 1980’s Russia rejected communism under the reform movement of Mikhail Gorbachev. Russia entered very hard times and promoted Glasnost (transparency) and Perestroika (openness). I know Australians who did business and stayed in Russia. Believe me it is to an extent the type of freedom was offered in the old wild west. Admittedly the Russian legal system needed time to mature and regulations, similar to the west, are rapidly catching up. The point I’m making is that the Four Corners expose’s are passe. Make no error the Chinese are the modern cyber spies and that’s the challenge. My article is about corruption on a scale, in the US and the west, that off the charts. The Abbott and Gillard Governments gave away half a billion dollars of taxpayers money to the private Clinton Foundation. Tony Abbott confirmed it me face to face. Australian involvement in the launch of the ‘impeachment hoax’ against Donald J. Trump came via the Australian ‘Five Eyes’ connection through Alexander Downer. This was also confirmed to my face by Tony Abbott. My article points out that all this diabolical falsity is generated by the US Deep State’.

  3. I don’t know enough about US politics to comment other than to say there’s a far greater danger facing the West generally. WW III started some time back. It’s not a shooting war but something far more insidious, dangerous and so far successful.
    Shooting wars get you a wrecked country…….. far more sensible and infinitely cheaper is to dumb it down, make it hate itself, destroy it’s institutions and its social fabric……… and then take it over. The social media, news industry are the weapons, manipulated by the Chinese, the Russians and a growing class of Useful Idiots they eat away at the traditions and norms that underpin the West’s value system.
    BLM creates white guilt, drives them to identify with black norms, drop their own – in the name of one George Floyd they burn and loot without criticism or punishments whilst Trumps followers who invade the Capital are harshly condemned?
    LGTBQ +++ turns people into an effete and confused mass.
    Class is aspirational, raises standards, is now decried and replaced with infantile populist drivel and money.
    Children cannot be disciplined, run amuck in schools dragging standards downwards.
    The examples are everywhere, endless and the East will in time win.

    1. Hi Keurboom, the best I can say is that your political instincts are conservative and in my opinion good. Your natural intelligence and curiosity is sound but you are not seeing the trees from the wood. I existed with the same muddy waters and connected the wrong dots because I accept the treachery on my own side. A treachery that was in plain sight. It took someone like Hannes Wessel’s who could digest the treachery of Rhodesian CIO Director, Ken Flower, and the evidence of his treachery to force me to face the facts.
      Russia and China are not our enemies, but they are most certainly fierce commercial and industrial competitors. Our enemy is the USA Deep State. It is the Deep State that wants to destroy Donald J. Trump and the MAGA Movement. Trump is in a delicate political environment, the Democrats and MSM spew a diatribe that is confusing to Americans and people like Keurboom and Quintin. An external enemy is far preferable to their delicate woie egos. Trump must finesse his political position, the DS would kill him if they could. Please note that Trump has repeated that he would end the Ukraine war within 24 hours of his re-election. That statement speaks volumes.

      1. I don’t get the positive spin on Trump. The Left couldn’t have wished for a more effective force than Trump in destroying the Right of center political forces? The man is raging narcissist, a rabble rouser and incapable of taking on with any success the blm, lgbt, etc weapons that are so successfully gutting the West.
        Putin, another depraved ego maniac waging, incompetently, a vicious war on a people who don’t want to buy into Russian ideas of how their lives should be run.
        Will, I agree with a lot of what you say but not your ideas of how to achieve it. I’m reminded of the sentiments of Kim Philby who when asked why he had been prepared to betray his country, be responsible for the death of hundreds of Western intelligence operatives, replied that it had nothing to do with admiration for Russia, but that he was driven by a deep hatred of America.

        1. Hi Keurboom, I’ve said all I want to say in defence of the great Donald J. Trump. He’s my kind of man, and anathema to others, so what? He’s been terribly mauled by the MSM, nevertheless, he is in my opinion ‘the great western hope’. Can you articulate a better solution, something that you personally could do. I certainly couldn’t, so “lead, follow or get out of the road”. Let those that can get on with it.

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