Avon and Somerset Police bought by IBM

Julia has left a new comment on your post “Agenda 21 hits Britain“: 

What stands out for me in this piece is that children are being removed from their parents by the state and into the hands of the state, if the parents and children are not conforming. What are the parents and children expected to conform to to get out of this horror? They have to conform to the state. 

All paths lead to state control….. 

….and in particular, state control of children. It’s getting harder to find a way through, that avoids or minimises state control, and this is tightening up very rapidly, changing almost daily. 

On a slightly related subject, Avon and Somerset Police have just been bought by IBM. 

TAPIBM organised the NAZI’s total information system on punch cards.  It looks like they’re being readied for another totalitarian era.  Mind you, how can Police be for sale?  Where would the profit come from?  Or needn’t we ask?

National control of Police is being sacrificed in the same way as national control of the Armed Forces.

COMMENT – The numerous Police forces and Councils are companies just like any other.

You’d be surprised how many have gone bankrupt yet our taxes are expected to still pay for them.

I’ve not looked yet, but Somerset Police force (or whatever trading name they trade under) is either bankrupt or near bankrupt.

The more sinister aspect of this is what is IBM doing buying up a Police force?  Anonymous


Here’s the IBM worldwide program where everything is to be linked up into one system –  it looks like more Agenda 21 rollout.





Question posted on Avon & Somerset Police website –

Senior Officer approvals for decision to extend Framework Agreement with IBM/SW1.

A decision was taken by the (SRO – Senior Responsible Officer Julian Kern) of Avon & Somerset 

Police Constabulary (ASP) for SW1 contract Management, to extend the original 4-year Framework 
Agreement with IBM/SW1 for another 2 years from 19th March 2012.

This will allow IBM/SW1 to bid for business until March 2014 without an EU competitive tender 

being required (a significant endorsement by SCC of SW1’s business model).

Did the SRO seek and receive approval by any Senior Officer of the Constabulary or any ASPOLA 

Member or Committee for this key decision?

If so, please disclose correspondence (all mediums) and/or papers and notes.

Answer
Your request for information has now been considered and the SRO is a Chief Officer, and 
management of the contract is delegated to the Constabulary. No further approval is required.
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2 Responses to “Avon and Somerset Police bought by IBM”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The numerous Police forces and Councils are companies just like any other.

    You’d be surprised how many have gone bankrupt yet our taxes are expected to still pay for them.

    I’ve not looked yet, but Somerset Police force (or whatever trading name they trade under) is either bankrupt or near bankrupt.

    The more sinister aspect of this is what is IBM doing buying up a Police force?

  2. Anonymous says:

    IBM’s got its fingers in many pies. The sales blurb is the “Smarter Planet” initiative.

    http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/?ca=v_smarterplanet
    http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/uk/en/government/ideas/index.html
    http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/smarter_cities/solutions/solution/T787701D56248U89.html

    The “smart city”, of course, being completely in tune with Agenda 21, where everything will be monitored.

    See “The Agenda 21 End Game – A Global Smart Grid”:

    http://www.secretsofthefed.com/the-agenda-21-end-game-a-global-smart-grid/

    And “Creeping Sustainability”:

    http://logisticsmonster.com/2010/12/14/creeping-sustainability/

    That contains a quote from IBM’s chief tech officer, Guruduth Banavar: “‘We want to use information to make the planet a better place,’ Banavar said. ‘We can start solving these problems on the city level, then start connecting cities and scale out across the whole planet.'”

    The linked article on there is no longer available but another version is here:

    http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2010-12-13/news/27631254_1_ibm-software-water-treatment-plant-guruduth-banavar

    Also comes back to our old mate the Internet of Things:

    http://www.activistpost.com/2012/09/uberveillance-internet-of-things-energy.html

    EXTRACT – “Now global surveillance of citizens is announced with pride and accepted without question. This is the age of the ‘Internet of things’ – everything is to be woven into the Web. Companies like IBM are busily creating ‘smartworld’ where the Internet becomes the system of systems, linking all devices, people, and even nature.”

    Another one:

    http://www.lookintoit.org/AGENDA-21.html

    EXTRACT – “The “U-City” model is the standard that will be followed in future development. Interestingly, but perhaps not surprisingly, Bill Gates’ Microsoft Corporation is involved with the technological development of South Korea’s U-Cities. As reported, “Microsoft Corp. will play a key role in creating a ubiquitous computing environment for future citizens and businesses of Songdo International Business District (IBD).” Additionally, IBM’s “Smarter Planet” initiative is at the forefront of the push for a planned-opolis future.”

    Also “IBM and the new smarter feudalism – whatever you say IBM, you and your friends are in charge of everything”:

    http://canadianliberty.com/?p=10871

    EXTRACT – “Everything must go this way according to these people (including the big foundations). Utilities have to be directed their way. Schools have to be run their way. We have to go with cloud computing (see the whole list at the bottom of this page). We don’t need to vote on it or anything or have the individual choice to opt out because it’s so “smart” already. Who can object?”

    And you’re not sick of all this absurdity then YOU TOO can play IBM’s “CityOne” game!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tmf0ugQrDFk

    http://www-01.ibm.com/software/solutions/soa/innov8/cityone/

    Oh, wait, you have to register first. And hand IBM all your personal information…

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