posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 06:46 AM
reply to post by NoJoker13
Major cuts to British services have been announced - they have not yet been implemented. Our previous administration was living a lie - or in a dream
- but certainly not facing reality. They applied sweetener after sweetener to remain in power....and now it’s time for the bitter pill. These cuts
are due to the debt bubble created by a fraudulent financial services industry - an international racket but it was permitted because the previous
government relaxed all the regulations to ZERO.
At least in the States the financial fraudsters are under investigation - not a one in the UK....while major corporations continue to EVADE tax (not
even avoid) the penalties of the financial fraud are being paid the ordinary man, woman and child.
Families have been broken too. Two parents forced to have full time employment even when their children are babies to pay for the stupidly inflated
house prices they were forced to pay for a NORMAL family home. Inflated prices that only ever served the Banks - but for some who are not financially
savvy - the equity made them FEEL rich. They borrowed on it to pay for improvements to their homes, cars, holidays etc.
Our right to privacy has become somewhat of a joke. There are more CCTV cameras in the UK than in the whole of the rest of the world put together.
(I'm certain it’s an experiment - so look out - they could be coming your way soon). We have cameras that look at you, cameras that shout at you
(to help stop littering LOL), cameras that are programmed to detect 'criminal ' behaviour (although they still can't get them to recognise window
shopping as anything other than loitering), cameras that follow their 'target' round town, cameras that follow your car via its registration plate
and to top it all there's facial recognition software. Why would they want all this in place? Maybe they sat on the boards of directors of the
camera manufacturers? Maybe it's something more sinister.
Jody's views are NOT extremist....he is reflecting a viewpoint.