CP – the cancer spreads


Now it’s got into Hong Kong, itself no stranger to sleaziness [H/T Graham].

Hard to know just how to stop these people.  They’re infiltrated right through the community now and the odds are that if you need something – a nomination to the masons, a document, a council service, redress over some issue –  it will be routed through a CP person.

This is the the police state, without the slightest hint of hysteria in saying that.  We’ve established that CP inform on you, often illegally and you have nowhere to go to complain about them, even if you knew.  Odds are that one of them would be handling your enquiry.

This is eerily like the Pod People.  When you go to that local government office and you talk to that pleasantly spoken person, how do you know it’s not one of them, planted, placed, ready to “lead without authority” when the call of their leader comes?


Good material on Common Purpose

UK Column
CP Exposed
Stop CP
Ken Craggs

Some of my own, based on material supplied

Common Purpose – more evidence
Common Purpose dishonesty
An oppressor by any other name
CP – the cancer spreads
OFSTED – the fish rots at the head

Common Purpose at work and play
More than corrupt
Groupthink spreads like a cancer through the UK
Is this how to run a country?
One ring to rule them all
Paradiso and the future of the internet
Demos, Common Purpose, Labour, Tories, security companies
Common Purpose – the disease spreads to the Netherlands
Common Purpose – meanwhile, in America
Groupthink – gentle art of persuasion
Common Purpose – initially to have a coffee
Common Purpose – just the facts, ma’am
Common Purpose – rhetoric of the quisling

References to Common Purpose appear in many other posts.

4 comments for “CP – the cancer spreads

  1. March 16, 2011 at 08:30

    One other similarity, is that once they have been indoctrinated, friends and family state that they are ‘different’.

    Funny that James… my pet name since the 80’s, for the treasonous rabble, is ‘Pod People’.

  2. March 16, 2011 at 11:52

    Well don’t just sit in front of your laptop complaining, join up now and destroy them from within.

  3. JD
    March 16, 2011 at 12:10

    …and speaking of leadership – is Lord Coe a member of CP?
    just asking….

    Coe’s leadership skills set him apart. “If you ask him the question, ‘how do you lead?’ his response is, ‘I get really good people and I trust them to get on with their job’

    yeees, right –

  4. BJ
    March 16, 2011 at 21:01

    I see that they are still not making any profits – interesting charity, this Common Purpose.

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