Thursday, June 27, 2013

p2 mandatory recycling (ABQ:coming soon)

e: ... Friedman Recycling and the City of Albuquerque ... another public-private partnership never mentioned to the public  ... and hidden by the media ... fascism is here ... the police state too ...

... (Governor Martinez did not mention even once the phrase "public-private partnership" during her 2013 State of the State address) ...

... the City of Albuquerque will FORCE the public to recycle by passing and enforcing fines for violations ... then Friedman Recycling and the City of Albuquerque will split the take ...

... need a higher rate of compliance? ... increase the fines ... need a higher rate of return for the shareholders? ... increase the fines ... need to employ a bunch of people? ... hire more inspectors ... pay more snitches ... increase the fines ...

... that is their big plan for growing the economy.

... public-private partnerships for ... recycling ... septic tank inspections ... animal control ... education ... safety standards and preventive controls (safety checks) ... water audits ... energy audits ... healthcare ... ems ... police and fire ... what else?
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[local story]
New recycling facility opens in Albuquerque
jun 27, 2013

While the center cost about $20 million to build, Friedman Recycling is footing the bill and will run the facility. They’ll also share profit from the sale of newly recycled materials with the city. [public-private partnership]

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S3081206.shtml?cat=500
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[greenhorn post]
mandatory drug testing (mandatory recycling)
jan 18, 2013

e: ...

... what if the d.m.v. required mandatory drug testing for all drivers? ... would that rile you up? ...

... what if all parents of all students were required to take mandatory drug tests? ... would that rile you up? ...

... what if your mandatory health insurance required a mandatory drug test at least once per year? ... would that rile you up? ...

... what about mandatory drug testing for all gun owners? ... would that rile you up?

... why not just assign everybody a parole officer? ... would that rile you up?

... in south florida they are about to implement mandatory recycling ... with fines up to $2000 per offense ... if an "authorized" individual (ppp) wanted to make a mandatory random inspection of your home garbage, with the possibility of a $2000 fine in the air ... would that rile you up?

... it's bigger than just you being innocent or guilty of violating one particular law ... (though i don't want a p.o.) ... it's about this new subjugation of the population by the state with force, when the power of the government is derived from the people ... not dictated from above ... that is the issue ... and that should rile you up.

http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/01/mandatory-drug-testing-mandatory.html
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[greenhorn post]
New Mexico State of State 2013 address (ppp)
jan 16, 2013

e: ... no mention of ppps again this year in the state of the state address ... even though the new century jobs agenda is nothing but demands for public-private partnerships.

http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/01/new-mexico-state-of-state-2013-address.html
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see also:

Objection to Revenue Decoupling (2009)
http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/03/objection-to-revenue-decoupling-2009.html

growing economy via expiration dates (ppp)
http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/03/growing-economy-via-expiration-dates-ppp.html

pt4 red-light fines (court: no due process)
http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/06/pt4-red-light-fines-court-no-due-process.html

pt3 red-light fines (the State's Cut)
http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/05/pt3-red-light-fines-states-cut.html

pt2 red-light fines (ppp and state split the take)
http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/04/pt2-red-light-fines-ppp-and-state-split.html

red-light fines (no due process)
http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/04/red-light-fines-no-due-process.html