Policing In Britain To Be Handed Over To Guantanamo Thugs

US company that built Guantánamo about to run police services in UK

Make of this what you will.

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Last week the Guardian reported the extraordinary story that KBR (Kellogg, Brown & Root), the Texas-based former subsidiary of the Halliburton corporation (of which former US Vice President Dick Cheney was the CEO), is part of a consortium that has made it through to the final shortlist for a £1.5bn contract to “run key policing services in the West Midlands and Surrey.”………….

When the “police privatisation” plan was first touted two months ago, the Guardian explained that “private companies could take responsibility for investigating crimes, patrolling neighbourhoods and even detaining suspects” under the radical privatisation plan being put forward by West Midlands and Surrey, “two of the largest police forces in the country,” ….

REGARDS ……. WASP

TAP

This is the totalitarian state arriving in Britain. In the US, Russian special forces are going in to take control. People who don’t mind killing civilians are required in all locations.

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2 Responses to “Policing In Britain To Be Handed Over To Guantanamo Thugs”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, So this is how they get the foot into the door.
    Who will pay for all the water if they warerboard all the criminals.
    The Americans won’t stop here long, they think they are big drinkers, then, they find they get drunk under the table.
    What are our politicians even thinking, America is not even in the EU.
    Just proves the Elite freemasons are running the show.

  2. Tapestry says:

    I wonder when if ever ordinary Joe will notice the world is not what he thought it was, and it’s time to stop cooperating with government which is an enemy of the people.

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