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Common Purpose Conspiracy Theory

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posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 05:31 AM
If nobody knows of the 'Common Purpose' programme in the UK, its basically a leadership development programme that is training people who all have the same thinking, to take over and run influential positions within society.

The website is Common Purpose UK

The theory behind the conspiracy to this programme is that similar to the New World Order Conspiracy theories, there is a group of people are supposedly trying to manipulate politics etc… behind the scenes.

Some things blamed on Common Purpose in Britain include:

Damaging the NHS
Destroying the Middle Class
Government Debt
High Immigration to Replace Christianity with Islam
High Population
High Unemployment
Political Correctness
Society Problems
Trade Deficit

Its hard not to see that many if not all of the above are in decline, and will possibly one day emerge differently to suit the NWO agenda.

As an attack against the main website, a website very similar to the main website is available to go to, that is basically exposing the hidden agenda behind the organisation.

Common Purpose Exposed

Here is a snippet of the type of comments on this site.

ommon 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’.
Common Purpose Exposed

One man who has literally taken it upon himself to root out this conspiracy is a chap called Brian Gerrish, who has put together a few videos, and as an MP has declared he will fight the corruption now ruining our cities, society and Parliament.

Brian Gerrish

This is a very interesting conspiracy which took its roots in New Labour under Tony Blair, who as we all know is a globalist and advocate of the NWO.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:37 AM
I suggest you leave Common Purpose well alone. I tried to look into it, I put in some freedom of information requests to Hull City Council. Subsequently, I've lost my job in the most spurious of circumstances, my Union refused to deal with the matter point blank despite having what was described as an "iron clad" case by three HR directors of my wife's acquaintance, had problems claiming benefits, had other issues with authority, and so on.

Now I can't prove anything, nor would I make the suggestion that Common Purpose are in any way associated with subsequent event from which my family and I have suffered, but I would point out that prior to my raking over the coals we led a reasonably worry free life, and our concerns where not as they are now.

Leave it alone, walk away. There's nothing you can do. Be a good citizen, pay your tax, keep to the speed limits, never question authority, never question the official line. It's not worth the upset to your life.

I wish they had a formal apology line, some way I could reclaim my life back, to get back our lives back I'd join up and be a good party member.

Yes, I have lost my backbone on this one. I've lost figurative control of my sphincter on this one as well, I am well and truly scared and sorry for having made enquiries into their operations. I don't want to live in a cardboard box on the street, or have to slit my wrists, or worse to satisfy TPTB!

Be warned!

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:57 AM
reply to post by Rob37n

Rob, they should employ you as their "resident boogeyman". Surely you should welcome other people investigating this organisation? Do you have anything more to lose, if your claims are true?

This is not an attack on you, more like dissapointment that you have been so thoroughly cowed. Stiff upper lip, old boy!

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:06 AM
reply to post by Rob37n


That is scary, and thanks for the heads up.

I know others will say, get in there and hunt the b*******s down, but like you say, when you have got a family and yourself to support, and the only way your doing that is by being a good citizen, you have a lot to lose don't you.

I will say that I'm glad that I come across it as a genuine conspiracy, as it's good to let others know, just as you have.


posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:09 AM
I think Rob and Brian Gerrish are right Common Purpose is a very dangerous organisation with tentacles reaching to Germany, India and America and the top of many political organisations and with a long pedigree of subversion.

People do need to be aware of it, but how you take counter action against such an organisation is very difficult.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:31 AM

Originally posted by multichild



Yes, very seriously.

I worked for a company, in a recession proof industry, making more money than they could spend, enjoying massive growth, and I was made redundant due to a lack of work, despite having enjoyed a growth in my department from 3 to 8 staff, having achieved a growth in successfully deployed tasks over 200%, having enough work on the books for a team of 16 people, four massive new projects in the planning, and taking over work from other groups due to my hard work and success in driving things forward. Two days before they got rid of me I'd sent over my plans to the head office for the next five years planning, not a comment was made, just good words back on the work that had gone into my proposals.

I was made redundant with zero notice, no discussion, no warning, no appeal, no redundancy, nothing. I was told, escorted to my desk, and thrown out with my stuff there and then. My union refused to get involved, ACAS won't help me, I can't afford legal advice, so I am having to fight the tribunal case myself. I am surrounded by legal texts, and case histories, and despite being "in the right" I have no doubt I'll lose at the tribunal.

They say Beware of Greeks bearing gifts, take it from me, it's not just the Hellenes you need to worry about!

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:35 AM
reply to post by keldas

but how you take counter action against such an organisation is very difficult.

Isn't that the same with any of these conspiracies.

As an everyday citizen in any country, it would be practically impossible to unearth and bring down an organisation like this.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:40 AM
reply to post by Rob37n

Wow, I am genuinely sorry for that happening to you, that is not good at all.

Who do you think caused you to lose your job?

As in who do you think the order came from to ruin your life, so as to stop you looking into this.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 08:55 AM
I think it came about because I started to dig and ask questions, not about conspiracy but about accountancy, competitive tender for courses, suitability of applicants, details of business links, and so on. That's where the answers to any genuine conspiracy can generally by unearthed and uncovered.

As a result I needed to be distracted, stopped, and dissuaded from pursuing things further.

Well, it worked. I've lost all interest in the subject matter other than as a reader of matters. What has startled me is the names of some of the people involved, many people say there is little to pick between the political parties, no wonder really given, the civil service is riddled, local government is riddled, the media (especially the BBC) is riddled, and there are links to wider business too.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 11:15 AM

UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, today discussed contrasting leadership challenges between the UK and India with emerging talent at a Common Purpose leadership development course in Bangalore.

"The Prime Minister met 35 young leaders in Bangalore from the public, private, not-for-profit and community sectors who are participating in a Common Purpose course at Infosys headquarters."

It looks like some sort of social engineering thing... An attempt to undermine business and industry by pumping politically correct "commissars" into it under the pretext of "improving management."

It reminds me of Bilderberg in that it is never mentioned in the U.K. press.

Not good IMHO...

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 12:43 PM
reply to post by OurManInGlasgow

Nice find, I was just thinking that it was a UK thing at first, but it obviously stretches to the developing world too.

posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 08:13 AM
Here you go chaps, direct references to "Common Purpose" by the coalition government in the UK.

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