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Thu Apr 7, 2016, 09:46 PM

Deep State (State of Michigan edition?)

No indication of anything untoward going on here but there are some parallels to the events that led to coining the term Deep State...

Carrollton Township, MI (AP) An SUV carrying a Michigan congressman and a university president has crashed with a pickup truck in Saginaw County.

They received medical attention Wednesday but appeared to be unhurt. The Saginaw News says Republican U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar of Midland was riding in a Ford Edge driven by Don Bachand, president of Saginaw Valley State University.

The crash occurred around noon in Carrollton Township. Moolenaar and Bachand were traveling to a lunch meeting.

Moolenaar's chief of staff, Ryan Tarrant, says he's thankful his boss was wearing a seat belt.

http://www.wilx.com/news/headlines/Congressman-from-Mid-Michigan-involved-in-car-crash-374810411.html

https://twitter.com/The_SVJ/status/717795173757952000

The term “Deep state” comes from Turkey. They invented it after the wreck of a speeding Mercedes in 1996 in which the passengers were a Member of Parliament, a beauty queen, a local senior police captain, and an important drug trafficker in Turkey who was also the head of a criminal paramilitary organization – the Grey Wolves – that went around killing people. And it became very obvious in Turkey that there were a covert relationship between the police who officially were looking for this man – even though a policeman was there with him in the car – and these people who committed crimes on behalf of the state. The state that you commit crimes for is not a state that can show its hand to the people, it’s a hidden state, a covert structure. In Turkey, they called it the Deep state...

http://www.democraticunderground.com/101679653

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