The Italian and Greek prime ministers (both known members of the European branch of the Trilateral Commission, which is pushing for a one world government) forced their governments to pass austerity measures which include privatizing many government services.
Interestingly even though many government services will be privatized, the taxes Italians and Greeks pay will go way up.
Here in the United States, the scandal with the U.S. Postal Service might just be a move to fully privatize the service. Why has the U.S. Congress stolen, I mean, forced the USPS to pay so much of their hard earned, non-taxpayer dollars, into government employee funds, and then refused to give it back when the USPS is in money trouble because of it?
There are many private delivery services that would love to get that business, and FedEx is already a contractor with the USPS (they’re the ones who actually handle those overnight and express mailings).
A few months ago I posted about protests in Australia. What’s so important about Australia? Well for one their economy is actually booming (being tied directly to the booming Chinese economy), and for second people are still losing their jobs! It’s mainly government employees, and employees of companies that were getting government subsidies, who’re losing their jobs.
The Premier of New South Wales, Barry O’Farrell, actually said that privatization was a necessary step in preparing for the new world order, and that was why he was laying off 5,000 state government employees! I wonder if he’s a member of the Trilateral Commission?
Now here’s a surprise, it turns out that Hugh Laurie, along with Stephen Fry, actually predicted privatization back in the 1980/90s, in their comedy sketch called The Privatisation of the Police Force.
In the skit, a Brit has just returned from being away from England for awhile and his car is stolen. He tries to report it only to learn that the police have been privatized. He also learns that being a “citizen” is no longer enough, you must own “shares” in your local police service. You must also be a “shareholder” of the streets you use in your everyday routine, if not “You can not pass!” (actually that quote is from the Fellowship of the Ring movie). In the end the man is arrested for not having invested in any police service, or street, and is kicked in the nuts. The skit ends with the man saying “I see some things haven’t changed.” (regarding Bobbie Brutality, and also prophetic of what’s happening now).
By the way you can watch it here.
The skit also makes reference to the United States, saying that America is to blame for the privatization trend, and remember this was in the 1980/90s! But that shouldn’t be too much of a surprise, many conspiracy theorists, who investigated the Trilateral Commission, warned of it, only back then it was made fun of by comedians like Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry.
More seriously, here’s a link to a report on U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s push to privatize the Brutal Bobbies. Who’s laughing now?