posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 08:22 AM
So we have a probation service that does probationary work for offenders leaving prison, but the UK government wants to pay someone else to do their
job. It makes no sense outside of TPTBs agenda.
What is the point of this initiative if Grayling himself admits it won't really reduce re-offending much in the short term. When has privatisation
EVER produced better results in th UK? Well it never has.
This reminds me of the recent privatisation of job centre responsibilities. The job centre does a necessary job of finding people work. It's not
perfect but has lots of resources, knowledge and contacts. But the plan is to usurp their role and pay private companies thousands for each person
they can get into work and remain in work for 6 months.
It aso reminds me of the 'free schools' initiative, where schools are privately built and run without the requirement to follow a national
curriculum. They are really 'school to work' production lines that won't educate but instead will produce little drones only capable of the job
they were tained for. But it gets worse, not enough of these shools have been created so the government is now going to build them and then hand them
over to a private company.