Friday, 21 June 2013

Common Purpose and the BBC




"Common Purpose (CP) is a Charity, based in Great Britain, which creates ‘Future Leaders’ of society. CP selects individuals and ‘trains’ them to learn how society works, who 'pulls the levers of power' and how CP ‘graduates’ can use this knowledge to lead 'Outside Authority’.
hildren, teenagers and adults have their prejudices removed. Graduates are ‘empowered’ to become ‘Leaders’ and work in ‘partnership’ with other CP graduates. CP claims to have trained some 30,000 adult graduates in UK and changed the lives of some 80,000 people, including schoolchildren and young people.
            But evidence shows that Common Purpose is rather more than a Charity ‘empowering' people and communities’. In fact, CP is an elitest pro-EU political organisation helping to replace democracy in the UK, and worldwide, with CP chosen ‘elite’ leaders. In truth, their hidden networks and political objectives are undermining and destroying our democratic society and are threatening ‘free will’ in adults, teenagers and children. Their work is funded by public money and big business, including international banks.
            By blurring the boundaries between people, professions, public and private sectors, responsibility and accountability, CP encourages graduates to believe that as new selected leaders, CP graduates can work together, outside of the established political and social structures, to achieve this paradigm shift or CHANGE. The so called "Leading Outside Authority". In doing so, the allegiance of the individual becomes 're-framed' on CP colleagues and their NETWORK.
            The term 'GRADUATE' is used deliberately so as to prevent disclosure of involvement with Common Purpose. As 'MEMBERS' of CP, which is more appropriate, individuals in the public sector would have to declare their interests. So strong is the Common Purpose bond, that some individuals will lie to hide information and documents considered 'dangerous' to the CP cause. People challenging CP colleagues have been victimised and forced out of their positions."
The above text is from the "CP Exposed" website run by the campaigner Brian Gerrish. It is extremely useful in the light
of the recent gay marriage votes and their media coverage, as well as the Leveson enquiry (which seeks to end the free press), 'Defamation Bill', 'Secret Courts,' and other undemocratic changes in Britain, to examine the role of this organization in our society.
            The first thing I will say, for those who may disbelieve or suspect that I am an extremist, is that the role of Common Purpose in the Leveson enquiry has been discussed in the mainstream media: both the Mail and the Telegraph have recently printed articles, as people begin to wake up and realize that there are forces at work behind the scenes which are driving these 'changes'.
            These articles highlight the fact that Julia Middleton (Common Purpose CEO) is behind the group 'Hacked off'
The articles exposing the involvement of CP in the Leveson enquiry pointed out that a clear conflict of interest existed in regard to evidence given by Sir David Bell, who was acting as an adviser to Leveson. Bell co founded Common Purpose with Julia Middleton, and has made statements defending CP from 'attacks' and 'conspiracy theories' on their website. CP have also created and circulated a 'blacklist' in breach of data protection laws, containing the personal details of people who requested information from public bodies regarding their dealings with CP under the Freedom of Information Act.
            Bell's advice could hardly have been regarded as independent when the organization he is an integral part of has made continual efforts to censor information, bully and gag those who have asked awkward questions about its role in society, and boasts a 'network of leaders'. It is no coincidence that under the proposed 'Royal Charter' for media regulation it has been suggested that people who publish things on the Internet (the source of much of the evidence against CP) should also be fined and subjected to expensive legal proceedings if they 'upset' people.
            There is nothing that Common Purpose would like to see more than for its critics to lose their voice, which points to a clear conflict of interest with anybody from this organization giving evidence to Lord Leveson. In the document library on the 'CP Exposed' website there are many items disclosed under the FOI Act which show Julia Middleton and others exerting pressure on various public figures to view lawful requests for information as 'vexatious' and to redact such information under dubious grounds when it is clearly in the public interest for this to be released. Indeed, the close ties between CP and the many 'leaders' it has trained has given it status and influence far above what it should have as a private contractor.
            The key point in all of this is that in a democratic society we expect transparency and accountability. Common Purpose have people in the police, judicial system, political parties etc as well as internationally. There is a huge potential for abuse if this network of people misuse their public offices. What has been taking place in the Leveson enquiry is an excellent example of this, but sadly it has been drastically under reported. I do not believe the BBC mentioned the story at the time when it was front page news in the press.
            This is a clear example of the BBC being in breach of its charter by not covering a news story that was clearly in the public interest. Top people in the BBC are CP graduates, so we can see that there is clear evidence about what happens when this organization gains influence in publicly funded institutions. The BBC gives plenty of coverage, however, to the issues of phone hacking, 'homophobic' hate crimes and the promotion of 'gay marriage'. We should suspect that the BBC and Common Purpose are working together to make a case for 'change'.
Whilst rational people understand that there are always winners and losers in any system of law, and the guiding principle has to be to protect our God Given rights and the common good, groups such as 'Hacked Off' and 'Stonewall' dwell on the victimhood of the minority (real or imagined) in order to propose a seismic shift in public opinion which leads to profoundly undemocratic 'reforms'. There are often sinister political agendas behind such groups which have very little to do with 'helping' anybody.
            The media, by giving a totally disproportionate amount of airtime to these subversive groups, is able to create the illusion that the divided populace are actually the minority and that 'they' are in fact the majority. They can undermine and discredit their opponents easily by twisting their words or handpicking 'rent a nuts'. Another favoured policy is to associate anybody with opposing views with the extreme right wing of politics such as the BNP. The BBC have done this job to excellent effect through many channels: News, soap operas, plays, debates, phone Ins, even comedy.
            Being united in a common purpose is the key to the success of today's political elite. In the recent Lords vote on the wholly abhorrent and unnatural policy of 'gay marriage' it was significant that although a 'free vote' was supposedly allowed nearly the entirety of the Labour and Liberal peers block voted in favour. It is very obvious that there is a lot more going on to persuade people to vote a certain way than persuasive and coherent argument.
            We should be clear that the Common Purpose organization and the wider 'common purpose' in politics are not necessarily the same thing. Common Purpose the creature is the incarnation of the spirit that opposes the common good. It is no coincidence that an anti democratic, subversive, pro EU superstate, bullying and deceitful organization has sprung up from the fertile ground that nourishes it. We have in place now an almost unholy trinity of the 'spirit' (federal Europe, multiculturalism, big money, socialism, anti Christian, amoral), the organization which gets things done via its secret network (CP), and 'The Man': David Cameron.
But why? The answer is that the plans these people have for Britain can never be achieved lawfully via the democratic process under the watchful eye of a free press. They cannot abolish British sovereignty and bring us into a federal Europe because too many people are patriotic and loyal to the crown. They cannot disestablish the Church of England because too many people are still nominally Christians (even if they stay in bed watching TV on Sunday morning). And the truth keeps coming out about what they are up to because of the 'whistleblowers'.
So what they are attempting to do, slowly but surely, is find a way around things by creating public demand for 'change' via the television media, then implementing laws that will prohibit freedom of speech. This brings us full circle to the points I mentioned at the beginning: Leveson, Secret Courts and the 'Defamation Bill'. Put these three things together and you have a whistleblower or journalist being accused of libel, tried in secret without press reports and either jailed or subjected to a huge fine. With such measures in place the work of Common Purpose becomes a whole lot easier, and their secret networks in the system will no doubt help to ensure that 'justice' is done.
            Over a good few years now we have been noticing a rise in criminality among people in power. Common Purpose training gives dangerous people the tools to implement dangerous policies. Leadership is a skill that can be learned in one sense. In another it is a charismatic gift. These 'trained leaders' feel threatened by anybody who represents genuine God given authority. This is why we have seen the 'takedowns' of so many good people in leadership on rather spurious grounds to be replaced by somebody who is willing to 'do what they are told'.
We have to wake up collectively to the fact that there is a highly organized attack taking place on the traditional structure of society by a hidden elite via secret networks. These people are not up front and transparent about who they are and what they stand for, but patterns of behaviour are emerging that points to the use of clever manipulation:

1) They introduce an idea which sounds radical and causes a huge amount of public anger. Over time they manage this reaction by continually discussing the issue and making it a part of 'everyday life'. By the time it comes to a vote in parliament all but the most radical campaigners have given up fighting. They bring up 'side issues' which distract attention and under report key stories.

2) They hold controlled debates in public forums and manage the outcomes. They 'plant people' in the audience, select the panels carefully and censor those who speak out of turn.

3) They discredit their opponents. The classic method is to associate a view with the 'right wing', which is deeply unpopular with the brainwashed masses and the young who associate this term with Nazism. Another method is character assassination.

4)They intimidate and threaten people. The most vulnerable are 'good' public servants who will stand a higher risk of losing their job for speaking out as opposed to those in the private sector.

5) They implement their policies one step at a time and use the tool of compromise in order to gain ground from their opponents which will never be rescinded. A great example is 'civil partnerships' for gay people, which some politicians have now publicly admitted was always meant as a stepping stone to their true aim of legalizing 'gay marriage'.

6)They subvert the democratic process by 'whipping' MP's either officially or secretly, then hold up the results of the votes and claim that they are legitimately won.

7)They are going after the young people through the education system and in TV programs aimed at teenagers such as 'Glee'. They are conditioning them to believe that the State is the highest authority and singling out those who are bright to be 'future leaders' with schemes such as youth police commissioners, school councils and European projects.

8) They come across as well spoken, caring, humorous, polite. They use all of the 'key phrases' and vocabulary which hits  the right buttons that have been pre-progammed into people's minds by the media. They outwardly abide by all of their 'articles of faith' but inwardly often hold people in contempt.

9) They are paid disproportionately high salaries. Council Chief Executives are earning over £200,000 per annum. Julia Middleton earns £80,000 for running Common Purpose which is a 'charity'.

10) They tell lies unashamedly and are evasive when confronted with key questions.

11) They seduce impressionable people and provide them with a platform to speak in favour of their agenda. "Useful Idiots".

12) They work outside of the boundaries of institutions through undeclared networks and are able to use their connections destructively against opponents. The issue of 'conflict of interest' inevitably arises: there are good reasons why the public and private sector are meant to be separate, and why different departments of government are isolated from one another.

13) They break the rules themselves as a matter of course but hold their opponents to account for any breach of their PC code. They are hypocrites.

14) If they do lose their jobs they invariably receive huge payoffs and copper bottomed, gold plated pension deals in return for their unending loyalty.

We need to realize that the political system has become a belief system akin to religion. These 'leaders' are almost like the pharisees and high priests (although much more dangerous as there is nothing godly about them). We need to learn not to smile when smiled at by them, not to laugh when they crack a joke and not to give them a single inch more.

By Prayer Crusader, St Gerard


  1. Perhaps CP can also be seen at work in the efforts of Lord Falconer, and of "Dignity in Dying" (previously the Voluntary Euthanasia Society) to legalise assisted suicide, and euthanasia for those expressing a wish to die but unable to kill themselves even with assistance. They can be seen as following several of "St. Gerard"s points, namely

    Point 1 "continually discuss the idea and make it part of everyday life"
    - Lord Falconer has made several efforts, over the last few years, to introduce a Bill to this effect in parliament; so far, all have been rejected but he keeps coming back for more

    Point 2 "hold controlled debates in public forums and manage the outcomes"
    - the BBC has lent a hand here

    Point 5 "implement policies one step at a time and use the tool of compromise" - Lord Falconer's most recent attempt was to introduce a Bill which would allow assisted suicide only in very restricted cases; no doubt he hoped that this would succeed where earlier and more sweeping proposals had failed.

    (Prayer Crusader under the patronage of St. Teresa of Avila)

  2. A great article Stefano. I guessed there was a 'hidden hand' behind all the things happening in oue society. I think Question Time is a good example.
    Keep up the good work.
    PAUL . .

    1. Thank you Paul, however I am just the editor of the blog this one was written by one of the group. Yes the whole ambience at the BBC and its core values are drifting ever further away from Christianity. They are controlling how people react and think therefore influencing their knowledge, values and beliefs. Yes Question Time is a very good example.

  3. I wonder why the Kermit Gosnell house of horrors/ late abortion was not mentioned by the BBC ?

    1. Being pro-abortion is a core value of the BBC – perhaps Gosnell is a hero to many at the Corporation?

  4. You have done a very dangerous but very courageous action writing about C.P. They will now attack you in every evil and unpleasant way they can . They are a very vengeful lot and you must look out or every dirty trick.

  5. The Catholic Church already is being attacked with every dirty trick. It's about time we fought back. We all pay taxes so we all have the right to transparent and fair government which operates within lawful and democratic boundaries.

  6. The Rowner Regeneration is a £145 million-pound COMMON PURPOSE REGENERATION, you can tell by the words being used, steering Groups, vision groups,
    mumbo jumbo.