Posted by Zoro 13th April 2015
I’ve been aware of the organisation called Common purpose for at least six years, but to be honest I’ve personally never really understood it, and what it’s real agenda and eventual aims are.
At first blush they seem an innocent bunch of people who train potential leaders for the future, are in no way secretive or have a sinister agenda, and really have all our best interests at heart..
Well that’s what they claim.
But it’s strange then – If they’re so innocent – that when members of Common purpose meet they always operate under what’s called the CHATHAM HOUSE RULES.
The Chatham House Rule reads as follows:
When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
(Don’t be fooled, this Chatham house rule not only means who said…but means anything said that’s looked upon or perceived as harmful to their organisation, this rule is strict, break it (and at least as far as being a member of Common purpose goes) the person responsible for revealing to outsiders what was really said at their meetings, or who said it – no matter what it is – would be instantly ostracised not only from Common purpose – and denounced as the lowest kind of pond life – but wouldn’t even be able to get a job stacking shelves in Tesco working on a zero hours contract.)
Only potential leaders of the Ubermensch type should bother applying to Common purpose for indoctrination training, Jack the lad (That’s me) types need not apply. In other words, if you’re say permanently on the dole, or receiving never ending sickness type benefits, or don’t have a strong work ethic, can’t for the life of you provide a genuine continuous flowing Curriculum vitae from the day you left school, you unfortunately are the type to indulge in excessive alcohol or drug taking and love to reveal your thoughts to anyone who’ll listen in the local tavern, or have the audacity to do your own independent thinking (That’s me), or don’t respond well to verbal or written instruction (Hell…that’s ones me again), then don’t even bother applying to be indoctrinated in their survival of the fittest organisation.
Common purpose it seems only except the very best – but who are easy to control and brainwash – you know – … a bit like the Shutzstaffel.
Why should you or I bother or even care what Common purpose do or don’t do ?. What business is it of ours ?.
Well I believe we should all be very concerned about what they do and are doing, because what they do and are doing and are also going to do is already affecting and is going to seriously affect our lives and our children’s in the future.
It’s a Common purpose power grabbing agenda for the elite of the future, indoctrinating and training up a bunch of future power crazed money grabbing Tony Blairs, Iain Duncan Smiths, Rachel Reeves, Esther Mcveys.
Common purpose (for those who don’t know) is a charity, well a so called charity, set up quite recently in 1989 by a woman (who came out of nowhere, as far as I can see) called Julia Middleton and here is what she once said.
The Common Purpose effect is best illustrated by the many stories of small changes (and unusual things) brought about by leaders, who themselves have changed. It is this individual shift, combined with its local nature and now its sheer scale, that makes it so exciting and sustaining. Julia Middleton founder and Chief Executive of Common Purpose.”
The above quote is most revealing. Middleton speaks of leaders doing “unusual things”. This is highly accurate. Common Purpose leaders are prepared to lie, breach the data protection act to cover-up their activities. They will also work within their organisations to ensure that they help recruit more Common Purpose people and give CP access to more funds. Once Common Purpose is installed, the CP graduates will work to install their own agenda. This results in the breakdown of good management, responsibility and accountability. Non issues, promoted by Common purpose become their focus. These behavioural attributes are very similar to the changes brought by cults.
It’s one for all and all for one, a secret society taking the Chatham rules literally, with the ultimate ambition of it’s cult type indoctrinated members to eventually control every aspect of the United Kingdoms – and also eventually the worlds – top echelons of the banks, police, army, Civil service, Government/s, as well as all corporate companies and of course the media, in fact anywhere that demands a leader or leaders.
If you’ve never heard of Common purpose, or just think they’re a harmless charity, then I urge you, don’t take my word for it that they are very sinister, but instead read up on them, because you will find they are anything but harmless with the charity part not as a cover but as a way to legally gather funds, It’s up to us, one can remain ignorant , uneducated apathetic and indolent then I can guarantee you…one day one will feel afraid, one will feel very afraid.
But Hey folks…What do I know?, apparently I’m just another one of those, so I’ve been told – But do my own thinking and come to my own conclusions – tin foil hat NWO conspiracy theorists.
A conspiracy theorist just like Brian Gerrish and Alex Jones.