Thameslink Contract and Much Else Besides

I found the below figures with five minutes of research. No doubt many more could be found….

£1.4 billion Thameslink contract – German company Siemens.

£2 billion from BBC for technology strategy and development – Siemens.

£18 million refurb of Didcot power station – Siemens.

£24 million from Network Rail to supply GSM-R radio devices – Siemens.

£66.5 million from Transport for London for traffic signal maintenance – Siemens.

£100 million from British Gas for meter reading services – Siemens.

£315 million to build gas-fired power station at Avonmouth (1996) – Siemens.

Four contracts to supply wind farms won by 2007 – Siemens.

Atos Origin who are carrying out Government assessments for incapacity benefits – part of the Siemens group. They are paid between £300 and £500 for each claimant they pronounce fit for work and unsurprisingly they are finding 97% fit. (This reduces to 40% after appeals which costs the taxpayer many more millions. The man in the article below died soon after being told he was well enough to work).

From Wikipedia:

World War II era


A Siemens truck being used as a Nazi public address vehicle in 1932

Preceding World War II, Siemens was involved in funding the rise of the Nazi Party and the secret rearmament of Germany. During the second World War, Siemens supported the Hitler regime, contributed to the war effort and participated in the “Nazification” of the economy. Siemens had many factories in and around notorious concentration camps[8][9] to build electric switches for military uses.[10] In one example, almost 100,000 men and women from Auschwitz worked in a Siemens factory inside the camp, supplying the electricity to the camp.

(Maybe this explains why they are so hard on incapacity claimants as, so far, they aren’t allowed to ship them to camps).

The Japanese navy was engaged in a massive expansion program, and at the time, many major items (such as advanced warships and weaponry) were still being imported from Europe. Siemens had secured a virtual monopoly over Japanese naval contracts in return for a secret 15% kickback to the Japanese naval authorities responsible for procurement…

Anyone else making some connections with all this?

Hitler’s Neue Ordenung, not so much a failed project as a delayed project…

I’m no expert on this stuff, just throwing it out for people to consider. However, given that the National Socialist part of Germany and Zion are abbreviated to make Nazi and as the rabid socialists and Nazis seem to be running this world – even the Pope’s a Nazi (ex my arse) – it must make you wonder just what is really going on behind the scenes. My own opinions have been stated many times, but make your own mind up. That’s if their politically correct thought control isn’t completely running your mind for you…


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3 Responses to Thameslink Contract and Much Else Besides

  1. Dioclese says:

    NIcely put, Tony. Ties into everything I have been saying about the EU being the Fourth Reich and in particular the Red House agreement of 1944 when the Third Reich knew they were losing the war. Not sure if Seimens were there, but certainly Volkswagen, Krupp and Messerschmidt were so it seems unlikely they weren’t.


  2. tonyjayg says:

    Someone accused me of being a mad conspiracy theorist yesterday. Wonder if they’ll be big enough to say sorry when I’m proved right. All I know for sure is, every time I turn over a rock, something nasty crawls out…

  3. Banned says:

    I met a chap on his way to an Atos assesment.He told me that he had done his back in after a lifetime working heavy machinary in construction. I don’t know the outcome of his assesment but if declared “fit for work” Atos would presumably get their fee as there would be no appeal since the chap was one month short of 65 years of age.

    As to the boader theme I never did understand why the owners of major German industry were not stripped of that ownership following the Allies decision not to reduce Germany to an agricultural subsistance economy.

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