Koch Pence 2016 Ticket

Think Progress MEMO: Health Insurance, Banking, Oil Industries Met With Koch, Chamber,Glenn Beck To Plot 2010 Election
Lee Fang
on Oct 20th, 2010 at 9:50 am
Mr. Koch offers
Antonin Scalia
Clarence Thomas
of the
Supreme Court,
Gov.Haley Barbour
Bobby Jindal,
Jim DeMint
Tom Coburn, and Representatives Mike Pence,
Tom Price and Paul D. Ryan
Lee Fang,
Health Insurance, Banking, Oil Industries Met with Koch, Chamber, Glenn Beck
To Plot 2010 Election, Think Progress (Oct. 20, 2010),





Indiana governor, Mike Pence, might be a long shot candidate for the presidency as of 2014, but with the Koch brothers support he is sure to make a big splash in the 2016 presidential election.


Mike Pence attended a recent off-the-record New York dinner party that was hosted by the conservative magazine “The American Spectator”.  Pence was seated with David Koch. Koch’s family foundation is one of the largest donors to The American Spectator, which operates as a 501(c) 3 non-profit.

Who owns the spectator?
The magazine, which is currently owned by David and Frederick Barclay, who also own The Daily Telegraph, is well known for supporting the Conservative party. Editorship of The Spectator has often been cited as a step on the ladder to a high position in the Conservative Party.

It was a marriage of money and power last night at The Spectator magazine’s summer party.

David Cameron, George Osborne and Pippa Middleton turned out to celebrate the weekly Conservative magazine, which focuses on political and current events.

OxyContin abuse spreads from Appalachia across U.S.


What is the meaning of g4s?

With 618,000 employees, it is world’s third-largest private employer, the largest European and African private employer, and among the largest on the London Stock Exchange.[2][5][6] G4S was founded in 2004 by the merger of the UK-based Securicor plc with the Denmark-based Group 4 Falck.



G4S has its origins in a guarding business founded in Copenhagen in 1901 by Marius Hogrefe, originally known as København Frederiksberg Nattevagt (English: Copenhagen and Frederiksberg Night Watch) and subsequently renamed Falck (English: Falcon).[7] In 2000, Group 4, a security firm formed in the 1960s, merged with Falck to form Group 4 Falck[7] and by 2000 the company was described as “the world’s largest private security systems company”.[8] In 2002 Group 4 Falck went on to buy The Wackenhut Corporation in the United States.[9]

‘Securing Your World’: Inequality, Brutality & G4S | Real Media – The …


12 February 2016. By Kam …. A closer look at the global track record of G4S‘ human rights abuses, and use of force against the marginalised provides yet more

G4S “Carpet Karaoke” involves forcing an individual’s face down towards the carpet with such force that they are only able to scream inarticulately

G4S is a multinational security company, boasting operations in over 120 countries. It is the world’s third largest employer, and in their words ‘the leading global integrated security company specialising in the provision of security products, services and solutions.’

an alleviation of government accountability, with a new driving force searching for profit from the vulnerable, and the manufactured blind spots that come when political and media debate is so committed to maintaining the marginalised, to derision, vilification, dehumanisation and misrepresentation of BME groups, refugees, immigrants, low income groups and individuals, juveniles, young offenders, here, private unaccountable companies have been given authority.


 ‘He was saying “All you people are watching them kill me. I can’t breathe. they are going to kill me.”

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