Something that comes up a lot with Common Purpose graduates is that they very often;
- Are academics
- Run community services often for profit
- Appear on the Queen’s honours list
- Operate recruitment agencies
A typical example is Isadora Aiken OBE. She ticks all the boxes.
Isadora was the manager of Rotherham women’s development trust during the height of the grooming. She is active in the Common Purpose cell based around Sheffield Hallam University. Ironically she recieved an OBE for her service to the female population of Rotherham.
Interestingly enough she was involved with three companies in South Yorkshire utilizing her connections for profit. This is pretty typical of the corrupted nature of CP grads.
“List of companies where Isadora Joye Aiken was involved. Free company director check. Isadora Joye Aiken worked in SHEFFIELD COMMUNITY RECYCLING ACTION PROGRAMME LIMITED, SOUTH YORKSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION LIMITED, VOLUNTARY ACTION SHEFFIELD as a General manager, a Lecturer, a Manager.”
Isadora has been instrumental in building community groups for miniority communities, she was a founding member of a number of groups including the South Yorkshire Afro-Carribean community association. A big part of the Common Purpose strategy involves creating groups to front elements of their grievance strategy.
Voluntary Action Sheffield is particularly interesting, they are involved in all sorts of activism including handing out “inclusion and equality awards” that work with the law to ensure foreign migrants are top of this list for jobs. They hold ceremonies and Gala where companies get a press opportunity and a pat on the back.