The UK government had an organisation called Defence Evaluation Research Agency. This was sold off to shareholders in private hands and is called the QinetiQ Group. The costs to advisors of the sale of DERA include about £7.7m paid to numerous advisers including NM Rothschild, KPMG, Herbert Smith and Andersen. (Source: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-1535087/QinetiQ-in-the-red-after-rip-off.html#ixzz2x0Zb8VMd
The majority shareholder in QinetiQ is the Carlyle Group. QinetiQ working with Darpa and the NASA. DARPA have been behind the targeting individual programme in the USA.
As the old saying goes one can find a Jew behind every bushell. A British Satellite company called, Inmarsat has given away shares to Apax Partners (formed by two Jews -- Alan Patricof and Sir Ronald Cohen). Likewise The Carlyle Group has a Jewish CEO, David M. Rubenstein. Always strong Zionist interests in British companies. The Rothschilds also gained financially from QinetiQ. There are people who work at the Carlyle Group who have previously worked for the Rothschild and Sons. But, I am unable to find out who really owns the Carlyle Group whilst conspiracy theorists claim a direct link.
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