WikiLeaks call it "a hidden virus in our government and schools". Others have referred to it as a 'quasi-masonic Left-wing organisation and the real 'Deep State'. It's tentacles stretch into every area of the public sector, as well as charities, the media, and increasingly big business. It has infiltrated governments at the very top level yet most people have never even heard of Common Purpose.
A look on Common Purpose‘s website and you would be forgiven for thinking they were just another management training company that runs courses for public sector workers. This is very much the image they want casual observers to take away with them. Harmless. It is only when you delve a bit deeper that a different picture emerges. One of a sinister organisation whose intent is to manipulate and subvert society for its own agenda. That is according to WikiLeaks.
The Size, scale and depth of Common Purpose is enormous. it has over 80,000 trainees in 36 cities, and over 18,000 graduate members. Its members are in the NHS, BBC, Police, legal profession, church, many of Britain’s 7,000 quangos, local councils, the Civil Service, government ministries, charities and even in Government itself.
It recruits and trains "leaders" to be loyal to the directives of Common Purpose, instead of to their own departments, which they then undermine or subvert, the NHS being a good example. Wikileaks claim Common Purpose is identifying leaders in all levels of our government to assume power when our nation is replaced in what they call “the post democratic society.” Common Purpose specifically targets children from the age of 13, and more recently younger, for special leadership and 'citizen' training.
Questions began to be asked when a recording emerged online of someone attempted to book themselves onto one of the Common Purpose management training courses. The journalist who attempted it was met with a wall of silence by a woman on the other end of the phone. She denied that the number was for Common Purpose at all to begin with, then spent the next ten minutes giving the caller the run around. You cannot book yourself onto a course, even if you have the £5000 to pay for it, you have to be 'selected' by them. A CP 'graduate' has to recommend you before you can even get your foot in the door. Very strange behaviour for a Charity you might think, but their secretive nature goes much further than strange phone-calls. They refer to their members as 'graduates' but will not publish the names of anyone who has attended their courses. Again, ask and you will be met with a wall of silence. Through various investigations by other news outlets and CPExposed.com we now know that CP Graduates include:
Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police: Cressida Dick who has heavily criticised during her time in that roll. Rotherham Director of Children's Services: Joyce Thacker whose behaviour before, during and after the Muslim Rape Gang crimes was disgusting. Even former Prime Minister David Cameron is a Common Purpose 'Graduate'.
Ask anyone connected to Common Purpose what it actually does, and they will almost certainly respond with a wall of impenetrable jargon. On its website, the charity likes to call itself an ‘independent, international leadership development organisation’.
In filings with the Charities Commission, it describes its ‘objective’ as being to ‘educate men, women and young people … from a broad range of geographical, political, ethnic, institutional, social and economic backgrounds, in constitutional, civic, economic, and social studies.’
The language is opaque, which is what concerns a growing chorus of critics who are starting to wonder if Common Purpose’s agenda is to create a quasi-masonic Left-wing equivalent of the ‘old boy network’. Little wonder that some critics have compared Common Purpose to a giant octopus, whose mysterious tentacles stretch across the worlds of Westminster, Whitehall and academia. Others, citing the group’s apparent political leanings, wonder why it is allowed to continue receiving large amounts of public money.
Freedom of Information requests show that government departments have spent more than £1million sending staff on Common Purpose courses. The BBC spent £125,000 over a five-year period. Police and local councils are believed to have given it millions more.
‘It’s a huge scandal,’ says Philip Davies, the Conservative MP for Shipley. ‘Common Purpose is like a Left-wing version of the Freemasons. It’s a networking organisation for the great and good to advance their pro-Europe, pro-New Labour, politically correct view of the world.’
It will have definitely infiltrated your local council, and your local police, whilst the NHS Trusts running your local hospitals will be brimming over with Common Purpose operatives. Members seem to be in the background of several large political/social events of our time: The Baby P scandal, The Rotherham Rape Gangs scandal, VIP paedophile ring enquiry and a host of other high-profile cases all have Common Purpose operatives linked to them in some way or another, usually in attempting to 'hobble' justice in some way.
Wikileaks goes on to claim CP were involved in 'massive fraud in the 1990’s, with its members' cross departmental influence, it was involved with what then became the disastrous New Millennium Dome Company and the squandering of £800 million; it appears £300m of this was diverted into the web of quangos set up by CP. There is a fraud case over this, stalled in the courts thanks to CP's influence in the legal profession.'
Some opponents of Common Purpose were hopeful that Brexit would remove some of its powerbase and, in doing so, its influence. But there is no sign that this has weakened the organisation. Its operatives are too well embedded into too many departments for it to be weakened by Britain leaving the EU. A sobering thought for anyone believing that we became self governing the day we left.