When I watched a YouTube video called
"SERCO — the biggest company nobody has heard of"
I thought the company name was fictitious in order to make a good spoof. Upon further research I discovered that the scary but somewhat humorous ending was more truth than fiction regarding SERCO
's global influence. Upon further research I discovered that the video is very factual and probably not as alarmist as it should be.
It appears that the British have tapped into a huge new business — exporting prison services, and running government agencies in countries over the entire world. The British owned company runs all seven of the immigration detention centers in Australia and most of them in the UK. In Canada SERCO has a variety of government contracts — they even control driver's licenses and collect parking meter fees. SERCO runs prisons all over the world including in the U.S. Large segments of our immigration system are outsourced to SERCO as well as important pieces of national security.
SERCO could be the closest thing we have to a one-world entity that runs governments. In the United States and Britain, just about the entire governments of both countries have been outsourced to SERCO. You think I'm exaggerating, right?
The following is a partial list of U.S. government agencies that outsource work to SERCO. The first part of the list is emphasized because they raise big red flags in regards to immigration. Read about their U.S. government contracts at the SERCO website here and here:
- Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS)
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
- Department of State (DOS)
- Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
- Department of Labor (DOL)
- US Coast Guard (USCG)
OTHERS: North American Aerospace Defense Command Headquarters (NORAD HQ), Department of Agriculture, Department of Transportation, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Air Force, Department of Commerce, Department of Energy, Department of Health & Human Services, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Department of Interior, Department of Justice, Department of Transportation, Department of Treasury, Department of Veterans Affairs, General Services Administration, 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 Retirement Thrift Investment Board, Federal Trade Commission, Department of Energy, 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