Common Purpose - What do we know?

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Common purpose - WikiLeaks
I've searched but didn't see a specific thread.
I think it's time we shed some light on this organisation that has worked it's way into our national institutions.
What are it's aims, who is behind it, what's the endgame ?
Feel free to add your own info.
Wikileaks bullshit; tinfoil hat brigade conspiracy theory. Largely because you don't need an underground organisation to 'take over' in the name of the EU. The EU will remain in charge until we leave because we have an Act of Parliament that says EU laws overrules UK law. Once we've left game over.
 
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Has been said to be the left wing version of the Masons.

It was founded in 1989, against the background of the collapse of the USSR when the less ideological people on the left realised that they could not win the war for economic equality against capitalism.

At the same time the political parties of the left in the West saw huge falls in support as the electorate realised that socialism could not accommodate the material ambitions of people in a consumer society.

As a response the left opened up new theatres of conflicts on the fields of race, language and thought and invented identity politics.

The theatres for these new conflicts were not to be the traditional battle grounds of the factory floor or the working men’s clubs, but institutions such as academia, police, military, the civil service, the NHS, the law, journalism etc.

Common Purpose's aim is to weaponise these institutions to achieve what they could not through the ballot box and they have been very successful which is why previously small c conservative organisations like HM Armed Forces adopt policies on some issues that make them indistinguishable from some of the London's loony councils of the 1970s.
 
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Bat-shitery aside, I think its long overdue that there is some serious examination or exposure of the forces driving the Left-wing agenda across society, and particularly the way in which all the commanding heights of influence now seem to be usurped.

I don't think much tin-foil is necessary. I always thought of myself as a typical citizen - service and commercial career, well-travelled, hundreds or thousands of friends and acquaintances from all over the world, etc. Funny thing is, of those multitudes of acquaintances, I'm not aware of a single one who shares the current PC-orthodox view of the UK establishment.

Perhaps my mistake is in associating with people who work for a living, but I do find it odd that the apparent vox populi is traditional and "c"onservative, yet most of us now appear to be thought- or deed-criminals, based on the Establishment's directives in society.

Its a valid point that formely conservative institutions such as the armed forces or police now seem to be the enforcers of the new way of thinking. I had a perfectly reasonable military career, yet I doubt that I could serve in today's army without being career-blocked or even disciplined for my world view.

Such an examination or study will not come from British academia, media or minister, as they all seem to be batting for the SJW team. Wacky websites may be the only voices in the censored wilderness.
 
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Bat-shitery aside, I think its long overdue that there is some serious examination or exposure of the forces driving the Left-wing agenda across society, and particularly the way in which all the commanding heights of influence now seem to be usurped.

I don't think much tin-foil is necessary. I always thought of myself as a typical citizen - service and commercial career, well-travelled, hundreds or thousands of friends and acquaintances from all over the world, etc. Funny thing is, of those multitudes of acquaintances, I'm not aware of a single one who shares the current PC-orthodox view of the UK establishment.

Perhaps my mistake is in associating with people who work for a living, but I do find it odd that the apparent vox populi is traditional and "c"onservative, yet most of us now appear to be thought- or dee-criminals, based on the Establishment's directives in society.

Its a valid point that formely conservative institutions such as the armed forces or police now seem to be the enforcers of the new way of thinking. I had a perfectly reasonable military career, yet I doubt that I could serve in today's army without being career-blocked or even disciplined for my world view.

Such an examination or study will not come from British academia, media or minister, as they all seem to be batting for the SJW team. Wacky websites may be the only voices in the censored wilderness.
How about serious examination of the forces driving the left and right wing agendas across society?
 
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Can I suggest that a quick examination of the arguments and philosophy put forward by Dr Jordan Peterson would be helpful here..

Anyone that can scare Russell Brand into being sensible for a short time is worth listening to IMHO..!


Petersen has a lot of interesting insights into the techniques used by the far left such as group politics and gender issues. He proposes that much of our media and intellectual institutions now lack the rigour to develop useful and constructive long them strategies to deal with the future..
 
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Wikileaks bullshit; tinfoil hat brigade conspiracy theory. Largely because you don't need an underground organisation to 'take over' in the name of the EU. The EU will remain in charge until we leave because we have an Act of Parliament that says EU laws overrules UK law. Once we've left game over.
That was the first link I found to be fair, there are others such as Common Purpose Exposed which did have a list of their graduates.
It would seem to want people in middle management with their hands on the levers of power for future use.

Personally I wonder why many of these institutions are so incompetent and failing.Is it intentional for some future reason?
 
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That was the first link I found to be fair, there are others such as Common Purpose Exposed which did have a list of their graduates.
It would seem to want people in middle management with their hands on the levers of power for future use.

Personally I wonder why many of these institutions are so incompetent and failing.Is it intentional for some future reason?
Cressida Dick being a notable CPer, and no one would ever accuse her of being a virtual signalling social justice warrior would they :rolleyes:
 
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How about serious examination of the forces driving the left and right wing agendas across society?
To be honest, I am reaching the conclusion that the traditional Left/Liberal Right/Fascist generalisations are unhelpful in examining modern social and societal issues. I think short term gaming techniques and manipulation of societal structures are used in many areas across society that do not look like they will be helpful in the long term..

I would suggest that we are in a highly confused situation where the behaviour of those in authority are becoming less predictable, leading to an increased level of distrust and concern. I throw the following into the arena for the dogs to have a pick at:

Globalisation and export of jobs from the UK, particularly in the low to middle earning sectors.​
The influence of minority interest pressure groups such as non traditional gender groupings, fringe "belief" groups and anyone below the age of (say..) 25.​
The overweening influence of non accountable bureaucracies.​
There could be many more, however I suppose what I crave. echoing Dr Peterson's views. is visibility, and preferably some influence in these debates, and at least an acknowledgement of the need to stop alienating majorities.
 
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Feel free to start your own thread, then, instead of attempting to derail this one.
I'm derailing nothing. HTH

If you want to live in an echo chamber I suggest you use the "I am the weakest link" option, otherwise known as the ignore function.
 
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Global leadership across borders and boundaries. It all sounds lovely.

Until you realise what it all actually means when translated into the real world: Globalisation, elimination of the nation state, forced "equality", open borders, loss of land property rights and all overseen by an unelected, unaccountable group that appears in the eyes of its critics to have many of the behaviours of a cult.

You don't really have to buy into the moonbats on the internet, just go to their own sources and start to pick out how the fine words have or will turn into things a great many people dislike and distrust in the modern world.

Home

Deeply vested in this stuff.

The Global Goals

Again, read it and whilst a lot of good concepts in there, think what some of those goals actually will result in. Grand ideas and central leadership from self selected enlightened elites seldom translate into anything other than chaos in our very far from perfect and disordered world

Take Global Goal 10.7, for example:

Responsible and Well-Managed Migration Policies

Facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people, including through the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies.

Anybody have any sense that EU Migrantion Policies are Well-Managed?

Their main weakness, and one they are aware of, is that all this relies on the common purpose of a selfless group acting in the best interest of all. This is where CP steps in

How do we make Global Goal 17 work?

https://www.globalgoals.org/17-partnerships-for-the-goals

Now what could possibly go wrong if you get people with their own hard political agendas running that, setting themselves above and beyond national elected governments, individual institional governance and engagaing via a group of well intentioned useful idiots?
 
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Well the time frames interesting if nothing else, 89 see's the beginning of the end of Thatcher ERA, the Maastricht Treaty and interestingly the point at which Lawson considered the EEC had come to the end of it's intended usefulness. He's certainly no fan of the EU any more than Thatcher was a fan of Federalism. Whilst the Brexit issue is one matter there is heated debate about it's worth asking exactly what did Ted Heath gain by having the referendum in '75 when the matter was already sealed and irrevocably done in in '72, other than a confirmation that the populace agreed. If we had not, what then? Not incidentaly the same format as '16.
 
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EU Migration Policies are well managed, if the elimination of the nation state is their goal, but I bet it's a mixture of that and sheer incompetence
 

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