Last one for now on this topic:
Those who haven’t read up on it are possibly wondering why this blog is so down on Common Purpose and similar organizations in technique, such as Optimus Seventh Generation.
The reason is that CP is opaque, internationally ubiquitous and its agenda is quite nasty – prescriptive and demanding compliance in the reordering of the UK into something quite different. It has key people in the community under its control.
SN/1A-04894 in the House of Commons library lists concerns about the sovereignty of parliament and Section 4 [p12] is about Common Purpose, so it is a known known:
That Libertarian was, of course, Ian Parker-Joseph, currently doing it hard due to those attempting to prevent him – he’s been hit so many times online that his blog keeps having to change form.
An old article, from 16/10/2007, already notes growing concerns:
Although it has 80,000 trainees in 36 cities, 18,000 graduate members and enormous power, Common Purpose is largely unknown to the general public.
It recruits and trains “leaders” to be loyal to the directives of Common Purpose and the EU, instead of to their own departments, which they then undermine or subvert, the NHS being an example.
Common Purpose is identifying leaders in all levels of our government to assume power when our nation is replaced by the European Union, in what they call “the post democratic society.” They are learning to rule without regard to democracy, and will bring the EU police state home to every one of us.
Common Purpose is also the glue that enables fraud to be committed across these government departments to reward pro European local politicians. Corrupt deals are enabled that put property or cash into their pockets by embezzling public assets.
It has members in the NHS, BBC, the police, the legal profession, the church, many of Britain’s 7,000 quangos, local councils, the Civil Service, government ministries, Parliament, and it controls many RDA’s (Regional Development Agencies).
Cressida Dick is the Common Purpose senior police officer who authorised the “Shoot to kill” policy without reference to Parliament, the law or the British Constitution. Jean de Menezes was one of the innocents who died as a result. Her shoot to kill policy still stands today.
Common Purpose trained Janet Paraskeva, the Law Society’s Chief Executive Officer. Surprising numbers of lawyers are CP members. It is no coincidence that justice is more expensive, more flawed and more corrupt. And no surprise the courts refused to uphold the law, when a challenge was made to the signing of the six EU treaties, which illegally abolish Britain’s sovereignty.
It was perceived, at that time, to be a Labour EUphile facilitating body but what was not known was the cross-party affiliation, which was shown at the end of this post, some days ago.
It should concern you, if only because of the cost to you:
Over £100 million of our money has been spend on CP courses alone, and its been hidden from the public, and members names are a guarded secret. It charges substantial figures for its courses. Matrix for example costs £3,950 plus VAT, and courses for the high flying ‘leader’ can be as much as £9,950 plus VAT. This money is ours, paid by government departments financing senior staff to become agents for CP, instead of loyal to their own jobs.
Council Officers are having secret meetings with, for example, property developer Common Purpose friends. No agendas and no minutes. Common Purpose Graduates from the public quango sectors such as the Regional Development Agencies attend, and have the power to award large sums of public money to projects.
It is the worst national example of cronyism, closed contract bids, fraud and corruption. And unseen to the general public.
This blog has recently quoted examples of councils categorically being “advised” by CP. The article just quoted concludes:
[If you] see a pattern of incredibly bad decisions, money being wasted, notice bullying, fraud, or threats, note the names of those involved (we’ve tracked down over a thousand) and please contact us.
Well, we are seeing that in full measure, are we not? We’re seeing mindboggling inefficiency, beyond the capacity of the ordinary citizen to comprehend and whom do we blame? Why, the government, of course – first Labour and now the Condemned and yes, these people do deserve our condemnation but might it not also be worth looking beyond that at those “leading beyond authority” – the ones really running the agenda?
In the post on SRI International, it mentioned:
Then, there is the third phase where the population group goes into ‘self realization’ and turns away from the induced crisis and there follows a maladaptive response, accompanied with active synoptic idealism and disassociation.
Maladaptive response is a major factor in society’s response to dismaying developments. Unable to pinpoint the real source, society adopts the easy to understand scapegoats and targets them.
No one will blame Common Purpose because it is opaque and there have been no high profile cases concerning them. None? Well maybe one or two. Centurean 2 brings us the case of:
… a man called Matthew Byrne – listed as a member of the local advisory board of Common Purpose in Liverpool.
A CHILDREN’S charity boss admitted making nearly 9,000 child porn images, but denied a string of other sex offences. Matthew Byrne, 37, now faces a total of 32 charges including rape, assault by penetration and false imprisonment.
He is accused of sex attacks on seven different women and in some cases is alleged to have beaten the women with a cane, gagged or throttled them for sexual pleasure. Byrne, who ran the Young Person’s Advisory Service, used to work with children as young as 10.
OK, now for something interesting:
The Advisory Group members for this area are:
Rosemary Hawley, JP
To be fair, when it became known about Matthew Byrne, children’s groups cut off contact and he was dumped. But not by Common Purpose. C2 quotes from the CP profile of Byrne and it is glowing. More importantly though:
If you think that the above extract published by Common Purpose was bad, then please note that the date on the web site was 27/01/2010 !
Well after the event! What does Rosemary Hawley, JP think of this? And of course, there are parasite organizations attached to CP:
Financial accounts for Civilia. According to the accounts “This company manages the licensing arrangements with the Common Purpose licensees, which include Common Purpose UK and charities operating in Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary, Ireland, India, France, Ghana, South Africa and Turkey. Common Purpose UK is a direct subsidiary of Common Purpose Charitable Trust, which is the Company’s ultimate parent company.
In 2008 Civilia began providing customised courses for Common Purpose. This was helpful since Common Purpose could effectively disguise its activities from Freedom of Interest requests by hiding under the name Civilia.
And as the article concludes:
Of course the wider public are not asked if they want change [certainly not deep sustainable complex change], nor if they want to be led by elitest Common Purpose leaders, nor if they want their taxes and public money to be used for this purpose, nor if they want their children to ‘educated’ by a political charity that thinks that corrupt fraudulent international bankers are a good leadership role model, nor if they wish to have their views and behaviours modified by a team of common purpose ‘leaders’ who have little if any real experience in the real world.
You didn’t ask for this nor did I. It was imposed on us. We were told it was necessary. At our expense.
David Ward MP – fine, upstanding parliamentarian for Bradford East? Well maybe until you read about his CP connections. It’s not saying he’s one of them but:
Promising young people from Carlton Bolling College and Laisterdyke Business and Enterprise College joined David in Westminster for a tour of Parliament followed by a Q&A session, as part of leadership course provided by the not-for-profit organisation Common Purpose.
Given that MPs are supposed to be aware what’s going on, can he claim to have no knowledge whatever of the criticisms of CP? Would he not wish to distance himself and at least keep CP from going anywhere near children?
CP are in schools. Centurean 2 reports:
Those trained in psychosynthesis are now in UK schools: under the ‘Teens and Toddlers Project, Part 1 of Children: Our Ultimate Investment’. Counsellors are being placed in schools each offering a day of 5 or 6 counselling sessions, that’s 50 counselling sessions per school per week, the parent never knows what happens in these sessions; ‘Project Caress’ was an objective, to develop ‘caressing rooms’.
Many reports have arisen of children hanging themselves. Something is being done in the schools. Industrial Military private companies are running Academy schools and ARK (Absolute Return for Kids). Children are encouraged to use laptops, there’s heavy use of Wi-Fi . Newspapers are gagged.
How many of us actually know the full extent of what is going on with this top-down EUphile organization?
‘Nuff for now.
Good material on Common Purpose
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.