It appears that the first American Revolutionary War was never won, and we are still under British rule, in ways more sinister than the average person is aware.It all started in our research of the Senior Executive Service. We showed you how this unconstitutional shadow government is highly organized and well paid. Its members are positioned within our civil service bureaucracies to overthrow the Republic in plain sight and establish itself as the governing body of Marxist globalists whose SES members work daily to thwart the will of the people, ignore and bastardize the rule of law, and destroy the Republic from within. We call Senior Executive Service Obama’s Army. SES is the shadow government. We gave you research tools so that you could name these individuals specifically and expose their bureaucratic spider holes. We thought the story was over until we started researching a group that lands most of the government’s contracts thanks to its close relationship to Senior Executive Service. Together – SES and SERCO – operate the United States government with the purpose of destroying our nation and giving our country away to the Queen of England. Citizens of the world, not just Americans, are still subjects of the British Monarchy. Let us explain why. This video below will give you an overview before diving into the article:
BRITISH CROWN AND BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY RULE AMERICAThe British Crown and the British East India Company have never left America, and in fact, they have a stranglehold on the U. S. economy that is a death grip. The Bank of England, the City of London, and ultimately the British Monarchy – Queen Elizabeth II, own and control U. S. data management, corporate banking, resources of gas, uranium, gold, and many strategic resources and systems in the United States. This system, called SERCO, is widely known and many researchers and authors precede us in their reporting; however, it is our intent in this series of articles and videos to show the specific rat lines that make Senior Executive Services and SERCO the evilest system in the world. We will be showing you the big picture of SERCO in this series. In subsequent articles, posts, and videos, we will show you the connections of named SES agents who make sure that SERCO controls the systems and services of the United States government. We will show you how Serco is not only an enemy of the United States, but an enemy of countries and people around the world. In the end, we hope you conclude, as have we, that the British Monarch has no place in the United States government and any of its services. The cozy relationship that Serco has with SES must be eliminated and laws be written to prevent this quiet overthrow of the Republic by SES and Serco. For example, did you know that the U. S. Patent Office is controlled by Serco? That’s right, a BRITISH based company controls the creative efforts of American entrepreneurs and creators. Serco was the company awarded the Obamacare data management system that cost America’s over $2 billion. SES employees in charge of selecting contracts for this lucrative data management system didn’t find U.S. based companies to do the work. Instead they cherry-pick their buddies at British owned and controlled Serco to deliver Obamacare management. The American corporate mechanism for the continued enrichment of the British Crown is the same one used for the corporate sell-out of the American Republic – corporate lobbyists controlling Congress, corporate pay-to-play through the executive branch (such as Hillary’s Department of State), and the Senior Executive Service to maintain the bureaucratic status quo, selling out to global corporatism at every turn with no bid contracts and cronyism.
Senior Executive Service aligns with the imperialistic intents of Serco and numerous other corporations that are listed in this report (BP, Shell, ICAP, British American Tobacco, SABMiller, American Standard Life, Rio Tinto, Ixstrata, etc.). Here are a few highlights of what Serco does already in our government. To our friends in other parts of the world, don’t be surprised when you see similar structures in your own country run by the British Monarch through Serco:
SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICES AND SERCO ARE THE PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS THAT THE BRITISH MONARCH USES TO CONTROL AMERICA.
- Serco manages all patents for the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office. Brits have the first shot at stealing American’s intellectual property rights. This is shocking but true.
- Serco controls the most sensitive data management systems in all branches of the military, federal government, and state and local municipalities.
- Serco controls air traffic management, airlines security, airport management and all aspects of ticketing, visa data management, and timetable management.
- Serco is called, “the largest company no one has ever heard of.”
- Serco’s efficiency rating in England, Canada, and Australia is below 65% and many lawsuits have been filed against the company for egregious fraud and mismanagement.
- Serco was paid $1.2 billion to management the data of Obamacare — British company handling American’s private medical information.
HOW DID THE BRITISH MONARCH GAIN CONTROL OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT?In 1897, Guglielmo Marconi’s successful development of trans-Atlantic radio communications and his drive to expand this capability resulted in the establishment of an American communications company named Radio Corporation of America (RCA). RCA assumed all the assets of the Marconi Wireless Company in America so that all technological development of radio communications for the U.S. Armed Forces would come under the auspices of the U.S. Government via a wholly-owned American entity. RCA’s success in America soon turned to the market on the other side of the Atlantic. On September 10, 1929, RCA set up the first RCA subsidiary in the UK – this is what is traditionally considered to be the “start” of Serco. In 1959, an RCA subsidiary in Great Britain negotiated a contract to install and commission an early warning radar station at RAF Flyingdales as part of the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System project. This contract, awarded in 1960, secured the future for RCA in the UK. RCA now had evolved with demonstrable capabilities in the field of technical support for the most complex antenna and radar communication networks. In 1969, RCA organized itself into operational divisions, one of which was focused on service, and so it came about that the RCA Service Division was formed – the part of the company that would eventually be purchased by its management and staff and renamed Serco. Serco established its North American foothold in 1988 when it was incorporated, acquiring companies that shared a similar vision. In 2005, Serco acquired Resource Consultants Inc. (RCI), which expanded its capabilities in IT services, systems engineering, strategic consulting and HR-focused business process management. In 2008 Serco acquired SI International, further broadening its capabilities in IT and professional services in North America and gaining new federal government and DoD relationships. Serco Inc. now employs approximately 14,000 people across the U.S. and Canada. The company delivers services to all branches of the U.S. military, federal and civilian agencies, state and local agencies, and commercial customers. In July of 2013, Serco was awarded a contract by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to support the health benefit exchanges. The contract had a one-year base period and four one-year option periods. As posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website, the contract value was approximately $1.25 billion. Serco manages approximately 1,500 staff in Arkansas, Alabama, and Kentucky who support CMS with the routing, automated processing, reviewing, and troubleshooting of applications submitted for enrollment into a Qualified Health Plan. Serco also provides records management, and verification support. Serco is so deeply embedded in our governmental operations that we have concluded that its take-over of the Republic is complete. Unless the unconstitutional Senior Executive Service is totally eliminated and new laws written to prevent international companies like Serco from ever operating within the government, we might as well fly the British flag over the Capitol building.
SERCO TENTACLES ALL OVER THE WORLDSerco’s reach is not just in the UK and the US. As one of the leading providers of public sector services in the world, Serco’s UK and Europe region employs more than 31,700 people across 11 countries including Belgium, France, Germany and Italy. Serco advises policy makers, designs innovative solutions, integrates systems and delivers front-line services. Within the UK and Europe, Serco works across public service sectors in justice, immigration, healthcare, defense, transport and citizen services. After reading about how Serco is entrenched in the U.S. government, we encourage international researchers to unmask these British Monarch tentacles in their own countries. If we all work together globally in exposing Serco, we might be able break free of the Queen’s rule over the world where she still believes that the sun never sets on her Empire. Then we can go after her handlers – the CityofLondon, the Knights of Malta, and the Vatican.
SERCO’S DEATH GRIP ON THE U.S. PATENT OFFICEOn March 18, 2013, Serco Inc., announced that their Pre-Grant Publication (PGPubs) Classification Services team recently processed their 2 millionth patent application for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Each application was also processed within the contractually required 28-day window. USPTO is the government agency that grants U.S. patents and registers trademarks. In 2006, Serco was awarded the contract with USPTO to manage their Pre-Grant Publication (PGPubs) Classification Services. Serco’s PGPubs team has since been responsible for analyzing the claims made in patent applications and assigning the appropriate U.S. and international classifications to key aspects of proposed inventions. In a single day, Serco’s PGPubs Patent Classifiers processed approximately 1,450 patent applications by analyzing more than 21,800 patent claims and assigning more than 7,900 U.S. and international classifications. Since 2006, the team has built a virtually paperless classification operation. The operation, they claim on their website, “includes a secure facility with IT infrastructure, procedures for recruiting and training highly skilled staff, and implementation of a set of automated tools that streamlined the classification process”. The facility is located in Harrisonburg, Virginia. On November 30, 2015, Serco was awarded a patent classification services contract with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The recompete contract has a one-year base period with four one-year option periods, and is valued at $95 million over the five-year period, if all options and award terms are exercised. Serco has supported the USPTO under this program since its inception in 2006, and currently processes approximately 1,600 applications a day, and over 400,000 applications annually. Under the contract, Serco has been instrumental in assisting the USPTO as it transitioned to a new international classification standard called Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) and will continue to provide services within CPC that enables the USPTO to align and lead within the global intellectual property environment. Serco Patent Processing System In reading about how Serco’s patent processing system works, we peel back another layer of how Michael McKibben and Leader Technologies were ripped off by the IBM Eclipse Foundation, the U.S. Patent office, and all corrupt attorneys involved in this patent heist of all times.
- a general description of the information in the system. This system processes inbound electronic images of patent applications received by Serco Inc. from USPTO. The system consists of a variety of application review, research tools and data entry tools to facilitate the evaluation and classification of the application creating a series of US Patent Classification (USPC) system and Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) system classification data elements that describe the application.
- a description of a typical transaction conducted on the system. Serco PPS receives patent applications directly from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
- any information sharing conducted by the system. Serco PPS does not share any information with other agencies, individuals, or organizations. The information provided by USPTO is used by Serco for authorized activities performed by internal personnel only.
- a citation of the legal authority to collect PII and/or BII. The PII and BII data is collected by the USPTO to enable identification of the inventory and facilitate the patent application process. It is provided to the Serco PPS so that classification activities can be performed on the collected patent application.
- the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS). 199 security impact categories for the system.
SERCO SERVICES IN AMERICA – IN ITS OWN WORDSIt is often best to see what a corporation says about itself on its own website. Serco reveals the extensive controls they have established in all aspects of American life through bragging about their accomplishments. Once you have seen the pervasive control that Serco has on the U. S. military and all aspects of government, you may be shocked. You can read these descriptions about Serco at: https://www.serco-na.com/. The descriptions are lifted from their website, in their own words: Comprehensive Support for Mission-Critical Communications and IT Systems Serco provides comprehensive support for mission-critical communications and IT systems used by military, intelligence and civilian government clients. From information architecture to installation and maintenance, Serco covers the full technology life cycle in some of the most demanding and secure IT environments in the world. Serco is known for our deep domain knowledge, ability to handle large scale projects, and exceptional customer focus. We have played an important role in evolving critical C4ISR systems that continue to make information superiority a key advantage of the U.S. armed forces. We work with a range of federal civilian agencies and every branch of the armed forces to deliver solutions that advance their missions. Our flexible, comprehensive offering covers IT modernization efforts, including software application development, database management, systems/network engineering and administration, Information Assurance, and Help Desk services. Engineer, Furnish, Install & Test Services – From command and control centers to sensors and antennas, Serco supports the critical communications infrastructure that underpins defense, homeland security, and intelligence capabilities. We provide design engineering, installation, testing, Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services for new, upgraded or fielded systems and equipment in a range of mission-critical environments for the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, DHS and other federal agencies. Ship Modernization Services – Serco supports the ongoing modernization of the fleet to incorporate the latest technology, minimize downtime, and meet exacting budgets and timelines. Serco’s support for the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard has grown quickly based on our ability to assemble high quality teams, anticipate client needs, and consistently deliver on our promises. Serco provides systems integration, installation, repair, and testing for the systems that advance operational capabilities globally. Hardware Production & Test Services – Serco builds and delivers “mission-ready” IT, networking and communications systems adapted to the needs of clients in defense, intelligence, and homeland security. Application & Eligibility Support – Serco has experience processing millions of applications in a highly efficient and secure manner to achieve high levels of citizen satisfaction. We provide application processing, decision support, benefits management, case management, call centers, and fraud prevention. Document Management – Serco provides full life-cycle support for document conversion, data entry, content management and records management required for large-scale programs and complying with all applicable regulations. Workforce Development – Serco provides workforce management services across the entire hire-to-retire journey, including recruitment, workforce analytics and planning, benefits, training, consulting, leader development, incentives and compensation, organizational design, and change management. Facilities Management Solutions – Serco provides full lifecycle facilities and asset management solutions, utilizing IBM TRIRIGA, to enable data driven-decisions that achieve cost savings, provide superior work places, and ensure regulatory compliance for organizations. Cyber Architecture – We employ an Enterprise Architecture-based approach to cyber operations that provides a powerful means to integrate cyber security within the framework of your mission and critical systems, so as to promote effective governance, standardized infrastructure, and consistent execution. Cyber Awareness – We help our clients develop the ability to effectively monitor, detect, and react to cyber intrusions before they cause significant damage. This includes maintaining global situational awareness and undertaking effective defensive and offensive countermeasures. Cyber Education – Because the human actor often remains the most vulnerable link in the chain, Serco provides an integrated approach to training, compliance, and monitoring of cyber security policies and procedures. IT Infrastructure, including:
- Application Development
- Cloud Migration
- Datacenter Operations
- Database Development & Maintenance
- Information Assurance
- Helpdesk & IT Support
- Wireless Mobility & BYOD
- Cloud Migration
- Core Networking
- Data Center Consolidation
- LAN/WAN Networks
- Satellite Communications
- Voice & Video Networks
- Wireless Communications
- Aviation and ATM systems
- Complex simulation & 3D modeling
- C4I Systems
- Intelligent traffic management
- Integrated logistics support
- Missile defense
- Safety & environmental engineering
- Space-based communications
- Survivability engineering
- Tactical datalinks
- Road, Tunnel, Bridge & Traffic Management
- System development & integration
- Operational control center development
- Incident detection & management
- Lane control signals
- CCTV control & surveillance
- Intelligent congestion management
- Manual & automated toll collection
- Road-side infrastructure
- Traffic signals & management
- Tunnel management
- Vehicle recovery & emergency services
- Equipment & vehicle maintenance
- Air pollution monitoring
- Bus tracking
- Passenger mobile information services
- Asset management systems
- Train, metro, bus & ferry operations
- Control center operations
- Security management
- Transportation mode integration
- Rail depot facility management
- Rolling stock maintenance
- Asset planning & deployment
- Track, signaling & traction power maintenance
- Passenger real-time information
- Trip planning technology
- Station layout & design
- Ticketing information & pricing
- Car park management
- Passenger demand management
- Bus network development, scheduling & management
- Vehicle maintenance
- Bus depot, stations, and control center operations
- Driver training & education
- Air Traffic Control
- Airport facilities management & maintenance
- Airport security
- Airport advertising & retailing
- Training – Aviation management & security
- Ground handling
- Passenger handling
- Safety Management Systems
- Freight/cargo handling
- Ramp/apron services
- Baggage handling
- Grounds management
- Airport ground lighting management
- Fuel management
- Bird control
- Aircraft ground support equipment maintenance
- Airfield & roads management
- Vehicle fleet management
- Asset & stock management
- Logistics services
- Snow & ice removal
SERCO’S SERVICE ABILITIES ARE HIGHLY EXAGGERATEDIt may come as a shock to you that SERCO seems to be able to “do anything” in all areas of business and warfare. What company can say that they have all of this “expertise” in so many diverse field of knowledge? No one can do so and still be effective and efficient. Serco is well known for being about 65% efficient. This should be expected. No company has the know-how and expertise to be efficient at “all things.” Essentially, Senior Executive Service members throughout the U. S. federal government simply grant contracts and Serco tries to “keep up.” A recent example of its incompetence is in the Obamacare website rollout which was extremely costly, yet, to this day, is highly unfunctional to the average user. Essentially, SERCO is like a monopoly of U. S. data management run by a foreign nation. This “selling out” of U. S. government contracts is corrupt cronyism that is well hidden from the public. These deals happen as no bid contracts are shuffled across SES members’ desks and follow the common pattern of choosing the usual government contractor that pays-to-play.
SERCO U. S. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTSIt may be hard to imagine all of the contracts that Serco has with the U. S. government so we listed some of the most obvious ones for you. The list of U. S. contracts is on the Serco website, with additional information on Wikipedia. It is not a secret that Serco gets any contract it wants and often with no other companies bidding.
We do not know a good answer to that question. Any America would respond by saying that it is wrong, crazy, and economically unsound to pay foreigners to manage sensitive American interests. Patriots around the world do not support Queen Elizabeth and the British Monarchy in operating, managing, and financially benefitting from our countries any longer. The list below is not comprehensive and there are many ways to hide the extensive number of Serco contracts with the U. S. military and government. Air Force Air Combat Command Air Force Director of Personnel Air Force District of Washington Air Force Electronics Systems Center Air Force Education and Training Command Air Force Information Warfare Center Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning Air Force Materiel Command Air Force Research Lab Air Force Space Command Space and Missile System Center Tinker Air Force Base Army Army Communications Electronics Command Army Defense Ammunition Center Army Enterprise Information Systems Army Human Resources Command Army IMCEM Army Materiel Command/Aberdeen Proving Ground Army Medical Department Army Research Labs Army Research, Development & Engineering Center Army Space and Missile Defense Command Army Training & Doctrine Command National Ground Intelligence Center Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command Army Medical Command Army Installation Management Command Army Recruiting Command Department of Defense Defense Acquisition University Defense Ammunition Center Defense Information Systems Agency Defense Logistics Agency Defense Threat Reduction Agency Missile Defense Agency National Geospatial Intelligence Agency National Security Agency National Security Personnel System Program Executive Office Office of Intelligence & Analysis Office of the Secretary of Defense United States Air Force Washington Headquarters Service Joint Central Command J6, Joint Staff Joint Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Laboratory Joint Forces Warfighting Center North American Aerospace Defense Command Northern Command Southern Command Strategic Command (Space Command) Navy Center for Surface Combat Systems – Dahlgren Commander Navy Installations Command Financial Management and Comptroller Naval Air Systems Command Naval Education and Training Command Naval Inventory Control Point Naval Sea Systems Command Naval Supply Systems Command Naval Surface Warfare Center Navy Office of the Chief of Human Resources Navy Public Works Center Navy Recruiting Command Office of Naval Intelligence Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Naval Reserves Marine Corps Marine Corps Reserve Marine Corps Systems Command Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Forest Service Risk Management Agency Department of Commerce National Weather Service Patent & Trademark Office United States Census Bureau Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Department of Health & Human Services Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services National Institutes of Health Indian Health Service Department of Homeland Security Customs & Border Protection Directorate of Preparedness Federal Emergency Management Agency Federal Protective Service Immigration & Customs Enforcement Transportation Security Administration United States Citizenship & Immigration Services US-VISIT Office of Policy U.S. Coast Guard Department of Housing and Urban Development Department of Housing and Urban Development Public and Indian Housing Department of Interior National Park Service Office of Inspector General Department of Justice Antitrust Division Bureau of Prisons Civil Rights Criminal Division Drug Enforcement Administration Executive Office for the U.S. Attorneys Federal Bureau of Investigation Justice Management Division Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force United States Marshals Service Department of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Administration Office of the Chief Information Officer Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs Foreign Service Institute Population, Refugees, and Migration Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration National Highway Traffic Safety Administration VOLPE Transportation System Center Department of Treasury Comptroller of the Currency Internal Revenue Service United States Secret Service Department of Veterans Affairs Board of Veterans Appeals Veterans Benefit Administration Veterans Health Administration General Services Administration Federal Supply Service Federal Technology Service Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Central Intelligence Agency Congressional Commission on China Congressional Research Service Director of National Intelligence Federal Communications Commission Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Trade Commission Government Accountability Office Government Printing Office International Trade Commission Library of Congress Nuclear Regulatory Commission Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation Smithsonian Institution U.S. Postal Service U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Social Security Administration U.S. Army U.S. Air Force U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Department of Health & Human Services U.S. Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of State U.S. Intelligence Agencies U.S. Marine Corps U.S. Navy U.S. Patent and Trademark Office City of Chicago City of Colorado Springs City of Palo Alto, CA City of San Francisco Georgia Department of Transportation Louisiana Department of Transportation Montgomery County, MD San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency The list above does not include the many contracts Serco has with U. S. corporations, states, cities, or other companies. No one knows the true extent of the strangle-hold Serco has on America. If you pay attention closely you will notice that when a serious data management problem arises, it is usually Serco that has the contract to safeguard that data.
PATRIOTS MIGHT ASK, “WHY WOULD WE CONTINUALLY GIVE GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS TO FOREIGN NATIONS AND CORPORATIONS THAT HAVE A TERRIBLE TRACK RECORD OF EFFICIENCY?”