The privatization of your country’s assets is how your sovereignty is removed. World wide and also NZ wide, Councils are disposing of their respective regions’ assets hand over fist. Horowhenua last year announced in the media of their intention to sell public/council lands ‘surplus’ to requirements, via public private partnerships. Watch for those words. Central government (which we know is actually a corporation, not therefore qualified to govern democratically) is also disposing of national assets as we’ve seen recently with vast swathes of the South Island sold offshore. See Dr Naomi Jacob’s ebook on the Agenda 21/30 NZ page. This process is a smoke and mirrors fiasco. Hear it described by the late Barry Smith (below). As he says in the video, once sold your assets are gone forever. Never to return. If you wish you can watch the entire interview here.
This mode of sale as mentioned above is called a public private partnership (hereafter referred to as PPP). Hear the late Joan Veon lecture on this topic (the following is an excerpt). Joan familiarized herself with the UN and the governmental changes during the ’90s, joined some dots, then traveled internationally, lecturing on the topic. She covers the modus operandi of the new world order people, and has written several books on the topic. Read more below the video. See here also.
Published on Aug 29, 2012
The late Joan Veon (1949-2010), founder of The Women’s International Media Group, explains the history and significance of the growing Public Private Partnership model of government. She shares her research and conclusions regarding PPPs; that is they are nothing more than an arm of the growing corporatocracy that is permeating our world. http://www.womensgroup.org/
Upon earning her business degree, Ms Veon worked as a Certified Financial Planner in PA, The IDS and Windsor Financial Group in MD, before incorporating and opening Veon Financial Services, Inc. in the spring of 1986. As Joan studied financial trends she began to notice an alignment indicating a world currency. In 1994 she attended her first global meeting on Population Control in Cairo Egypt, initiating her first glimpse of world government. Thus beginning her second career as a credentialed, independent, International Journalist reporting for USA Radio News Network. During the next 16 years Joan interviewed and asked key questions of prime ministers, presidents, kings, and heads of state. Joan covered over 103 international meetings, including: the G7, G8, G10, G20, and Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel Switzerland; attended yearly the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland; and twice a year covered the IMF World Bank meetings. In addition she attended UN meetings on the Free Trade Areas of the Americas, Sustainable Development, the Earth Summit, Climate Control, the International World Court, and numerous others. Following the UN conference on Sustainable Development in Istanbul Joan was compelled to write her first book “Prince Charles, the Sustainable Prince” published in 1997, followed by her second book “Global Straitjacket” in 1999. Joan founded The Women’s International Media Group, a non-profit organization, in 1998 to share her vast knowledge and understanding of world government.
Here below, Joan gives us the even wider picture, a lecture delivered as one part of a conference symposium. You can watch the whole conference by going to Youtube.