I don't mind you asking at all mate. I'm just sorry that it's too late, too tired to respond adequately here.
Basically I believe that there are some things which don't 'belong' in the private sector. Infrastructure provision for starters. Roads, rail, services such as power and communications networks. These, in my view, should be owned by the people, run by the people and most of all run FOR the people. Sure they have to be run efficiently and at a profit. But that profit should belong to all of us, not just a few.
Such things as health and education also should belong wholly to the public sector. It's obscene to see them being run on a 'for profit' basis and lining the pockets of a few while denying service to some who need it. "Sorry, you can't pay so go away and die from that infected cut!" "Sorry, son, but your daddy doesn't have the dollars so we don't care HOW clever you are - only the money earns your place at THIS school!"
I could go on and on I suppose but I won't. Suffice to say that, for me, it's humanity first, community second, and me a distant third. That sorta puts me at odds with the ideals of the 'Free, capitalist World'.