UK PRIVATE POLICE IN VIOLENT FORCED EVICTION: “The New Corporate State”(Extended)

This could be you…

Watch as London resident with heart condition is violently assaulted by a gang of private ‘Community Police Officers’, and then evicted, a brutal act planned and carried out by the TMO – a local PPP/PPI private administrative corporation disguised as a government agency in Kensington and Chelsea, London – all caught on camera.

This short documentary film by Patrick Henningsen was aired previously on the UK Column Live (14 min version), and has been re-edited to 22min version with extended analysis. It lays bare the illegal and criminal methods being employed by ‘The New Corporate State’, whose PPI and PPP agencies continue to masquerading as actual government agencies and offer no remedy to citizens who question there operating procedures. This film offers a rare and timely insight into Britain’s merciless new corporate state in 2012…

Filmed, edited and produced by Patrick Henningsen
Police footage courtesy of Kensington and Chelsea residents.

http://www.ukcolumn.org

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2 Responses to “UK PRIVATE POLICE IN VIOLENT FORCED EVICTION: “The New Corporate State”(Extended)”

  1. jrfibonacci Says:

    What expectations do we have of the collectivist (corporate) state? How did those expectations arise? Who formulated them and publicized them?

    http://jrfibonacci.wordpress.com/2012/10/16/the-state-as-the-collective-hero-or-villain/

  2. ΤΟ ΚΡΑΤΟΣ ΤΩΝ ΚΟΡΠΟΡΑΤΙΣΤΩΝ ΑΠΕΙΛΕΙ ΤΟ ΤΕΛΕΥΤΑΙΟ ΚΑΤΑΦΥΓΙΟ « ΑΒΕΡΩΦ Says:

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