What are the dangers of Common Purpose?

In asking the question “What are the dangers of Common Purpose?” we are sort of transporting ourselves back to the 1950’s or even earlier, before the British, European and US elites decided to give this globalism thing a good go. We are kind of pretending we have a choice in this or can effect our future by voting. As we have seen with the recent suspension of Jolene Bunting we can’t vote our way out of this, the establishment have multiple layers in place to safeguard their special interest.


Who are the Establishment? Well they are elites, financial elites, academics and civil servants that move in their circles and feed off them. Together this class of people forms what they are talking about today as the “Deep State”, “the Swamp” or in their academic circles “the Cathedral.”

So, this is not a history of Common Purpose, in fact the history of Common Purpose is secretive, how it became accepted as the Angloshpere’s professional version of the Masons is unclear. We do know that Tony Blair greatly expanded it’s power and it was under Tony Blair and through the Labour structure that it really started to grab Councils, Police forces, branches of the Judiciary and so on. The likelihood is that it is a vessel for Fabian Socialism, many of it’s original people were members of the Communist Party of Great Britain.

The problems that come with Common Purpose come with most collectivist organisations, specially ones that use secrecy, threats and people in position to attack their enemies. The Pyramid structure of Common Purpose is a key element in the organisation, as are the various degrees, set out as courses that one completes and consequently the level of the “understanding of diversity” that one needs to be moral and hence competent.

The courses give the organisation a structure and system, similar to the education system in 19th century Britain, that allows the elites to keep people out of public/profitable life by saying that they are incapable of being moral or effective in responsible roles because of their lack of education. Common Purpose also selects it’s people rather than just having anyone apply for a role. Usually Common Purpose will have been in contact with an individual from their school days through essay competitions and such that enable CP to identify malleable, sympathetic and compliant people.

Common Purpose works seamlessly with other elite projects like the Rockefeller Resilient Cities program, George Soro’s fronts like Amnesty and media outlets like the Guardian and the BBC.

The problem with so many organisations working together is that if something goes wrong, if there is crime, something like an elite pedophile scandal for example the pyramid structure can be used to crush the public servants, namely Police officers at the bottom who are supposed to be dealing with it. We have seen this kind of thing in full swing in Rotherham and even in Northern Ireland when the Police and BBC worked together to demonise and arrest Pedophile hunters who were exposing their ineptitude.


Pre-Common Purpose the Police would not be under pressure to cover up for rape gangs, they would not have to cater to a greedy class of banker or businessman who wants to reduce labour costs whilst increasing the housing prices and so forth. In the Common Purpose Britain they do and the results are chilling, like that in the article below.


Insider trading

There is risk of a great deal of insider and buddy trading with Common Purpose, the organisation provides the excuse for networks public and private and for meet ups like Belfast’s CEF forum that would otherwise draw attention. People from the council should not be lunching with people from private companies and so forth because there is potential for a conflict of interest. The revolving door has seen people making odd decisions in the past like taking on big PFIs as a member of a Health board or Council and then going on to work for a company linked to the lender. Common Purpose potentially provides opportunities for this kind of thing.

Judicial/Police revolving door

There is the problem of the revolving door between various sectors, I have come across a good example today with researching the Deputy Commissioner of Standards that suspended Jolene Bunting. His name is Ian Gordon OBE, he has been a Policeman, a Judicial Ombudsman, then a Political Ombudsman. This sort of thing is totally ridiculous that you would have someone knighted by the Queen, who used to be a Policeman and a Judicial Ombudsman making decisions on who can be elected in Northern Ireland. Why don’t we just call him “Governor Gordon” and give him a big billy club?

Bullying and misuse

We have seen a great deal of bullying from Common Purpose, it has gone to the extent of setting up secret courts and imprisoning it’s critics. Some of whom have been jailed for long periods of time and bullied by Common Purpose operatives within the Prison Service who, wishing for promotion are willing to refuse parole and good living standards.

The plight of Melanie Shaw is probably the most obvious example, but the attempt to kill Tommy Robinson in Prison is another stand out.


Common Purpose relies on our silence, a lot of good civil servants and private workers will have a weight off their shoulders when we manage to defund and eject it.






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