Common Purpose

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Common Purpose,have you heard of it?

The longer covert groups are unseen...the longer it will be to undo what they have done. Common Purpose, a charity, is reportedly training and influencing 'Leaders' for the Post Democratic Era...Leaders that fill the space between The Government and the People. What are their goals and intentions? Are their goals in your best interest or the goals of the Post Democratic Era?

http://www.disclose.tv/viewvideo/5706/Common_Purpose_NWO_Fifth_Column_Brian_Gerrish/

http://www.commonpurpose.ie/home.aspx
 


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They are based in Bow Street, Smithfield, Dublin 7, and are there rent free thanks to the Dept of Finance.
 
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And this is what it puports

Leading Beyond Authority
People who lead beyond their authority can produce change beyond their direct circle of control.


:shock

Hows does a politician or garda lead beyond their authority?,should not these questions be asked?,it seems not.


"Traditionally, many leaders learn to lead by rising through their organisations and earning the authority to lead.

But the world is changing: and leaders must change with it. As organisations develop increasingly complex internal structures and external relationships - working across cultures, borders and boundaries - the leader’s ability to lead both across and outside their organisation becomes ever more important.

So how do leaders learn to lead now? When they have succeeded within their own world - yet find themselves surrounded by a host of new and unfamiliar faces, audiences and challenges? When they do not feel they have the legitimacy to lead anything or anyone outside the authority they believe has been prescribed for them?

This situation requires a different kind of leadership. A different set of perceptions, skills and talents. And further leadership development, which encourages broader vision and the ability to operate across diverse worlds right from the outset.

Very soon, the ability to lead a network will become as important as the ability to lead an organisation. We must develop leaders who can lead beyond their authority just as effectively as they can within it. Leaders who can effect change - even when they can't instruct or inspire trust in familiar ways. Leaders who can sustain broader perspectives - and who are confident in making connections between quite different groups of people and reconciling different worlds."
 
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Although it has 80,000 trainees in 36 cities, 18,000 graduate members and enormous power, Common Purpose is largely unknown to the general public.

It recruits and trains "leaders" to be loyal to the directives of Common Purpose and the EU, instead of to their own departments, which they then undermine or subvert, the NHS being an example.

http://www.tpuc.org/node/107

Another good video.

http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=3664960863576873594

This is a subversive organisation,which should be under Garda investigation. They are acting in the interests of the EU and not the Irish people.
 
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The Sponsors of common purpose in Dublin are

* AIB
* BUPA Ireland
* Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs
* Diageo
* Deloitte & Touche
* Dublin Bus
* Dublin City Council
* First Impression Designers
* Friends First
* Hamilton Osborne King
* KPMG
* Mater Private Hospital
* McCann Fitzgerald
* National College of Ireland
* Office of Public Works (OPW)
* St. Stevens Green Trust
* TASCQ (Traders in the Area Supporting the Cultural Quarter)
* Ulster Bank
* Vhi Healthcare
 

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This might explain why all the elites in our society and across europe are so europhilic.
 

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How about a thread outing members of common purpose. If they are an pro-EU club then it might be interesting to know how many members are TD's, Senators, Judges, Trade Union Leaders, Newspaper Editors, etc.
 
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First published in the Global Analyst, Vol 2, no. 3, the article below was written by Christopher Story, veteran private investigative journalist, publisher and former adviser to Margaret Thatcher. You can probably get the complete original (or one of many other publications) from his site (worldreports.org), but I think you'll have to pay for it.

If there's any truth in the article at all (and my personal experience suggests that there is at least some) then it strongly suggests that there's a pressing need for CP and their methods to be brought under closer scrutiny, along with all similar organisations.

Here's what Christopher Story wrote in 2006

http://www.conspiracyresearch.org/forums/Common-Purpose-t47449.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Story
 

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politicsisrotten said:
First published in the Global Analyst, Vol 2, no. 3, the article below was written by Christopher Story, veteran private investigative journalist, publisher and former adviser to Margaret Thatcher. You can probably get the complete original (or one of many other publications) from his site (worldreports.org), but I think you'll have to pay for it.

If there's any truth in the article at all (and my personal experience suggests that there is at least some) then it strongly suggests that there's a pressing need for CP and their methods to be brought under closer scrutiny, along with all similar organisations.

Here's what Christopher Story wrote in 2006

http://www.conspiracyresearch.org/forums/Common-Purpose-t47449.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Story
What in the name of jaysus is this guy on about? He writes:

"For instance, your correspondent attended an event at the International Monetary Fund/World Bank Annual Meetings held in Prague in 2000, which was addressed by the former President of Ireland, an unbelievably unpleasant woman called Mrs Mary Robinson. For some reason, she was sounding off all about the 'Roma' (gypsies) – listing their problems, how they were ostracised from society, and how society owed them a better deal. Your correspondent pointed out that experience in Britain with these people was that no matter what services were provided for them, they invariably failed to 'clean up their act'."

This is somehow evidence of her involvement in psychological manipulation on a global scale?? Clearly she holds one position on the Roma, and Story holds another. End of 'story', no? Where's the conspiracy?
 
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She's well able to dance for the IMF and come across as all concerning about the Roma gypsies,but when criticised about the results to date she failed to answer the question put to her and resorted instead to clichéd verbal abuse, saying that the Editor was 'finger-pointing', 'demonising' and 'type-casting'.If She really does care why wasn't she on the M50 supporting them ?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2007/jul/29/ireland?commentpage=1

Ireland picked up the tab for the Gypsies' journey home - which for some included a British Airways Club Class flight from London to Budapest - but Dublin will consider it a small price to pay if it prevents a repeat of Ballymun.
 

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politicsisrotten said:
She's well able to dance for the IMF and come across as all concerning about the Roma gypsies,but when criticised about the results to date she failed to answer the question put to her and resorted instead to clichéd verbal abuse, saying that the Editor was 'finger-pointing', 'demonising' and 'type-casting'.If She really does care why wasn't she on the M50 supporting them ?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2007/jul/29/ireland?commentpage=1

Ireland picked up the tab for the Gypsies' journey home - which for some included a British Airways Club Class flight from London to Budapest - but Dublin will consider it a small price to pay if it prevents a repeat of Ballymun.
Well we don't really know how the conversation went but here's how I think it did.

I'd assume she was saying that they currently live in poverty, have higher mortality rates than other social groups which is never nice for human beings and their problems lead to problems for us in our society so that we should maybe consider trying to sort them out abit so we'd be removing our problem with them too. (And she might even have been saying that as nice people with good houses and food and stuff we might just try and help them for that warm fuzzy feeling we'd get inside or something but that's just a hypothesis of mine...)

Knowing her, I'd say she was suggesting we fund extra education, housing, social integration projects etc etc to sort the problem out and he was saying no they're horrible people and they always will be so the only thing we can do is install alarms on our houses and locks on our doors?

WE cant know either way because he doesn't say any more on what he suggested his solutions were and why she said he was 'demonising' them. But ultimately there was a difference of opinion. i still don't see how that's a conspiracy.
 
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"As a component of the brainwashing that takes place at 'Common Purpose's' fake 'educational' sessions, which are held all over Britain, the following cynical routine is employed in one way or another: first of all, a predetermined 'consensus' line is promulgated before the group; secondly, notions which conflict with the predetermined 'consensus' are dismissively, and perhaps rudely, debunked. In the event that anyone voices 'dissenting' views, they are sharply and insultingly criticised, à la Cultural Revolution, and made to look foolish in front of their peers. This is standard practice."

As you can see here he is suggesting that phrases used like Robinson's were made to make him look foolish in front of the IMF,and did not answer his questions,this dismissive attitude is common place in 'common purpose'
 

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politicsisrotten said:
"As a component of the brainwashing that takes place at 'Common Purpose's' fake 'educational' sessions, which are held all over Britain, the following cynical routine is employed in one way or another: first of all, a predetermined 'consensus' line is promulgated before the group; secondly, notions which conflict with the predetermined 'consensus' are dismissively, and perhaps rudely, debunked. In the event that anyone voices 'dissenting' views, they are sharply and insultingly criticised, à la Cultural Revolution, and made to look foolish in front of their peers. This is standard practice."

As you can see here he is suggesting that phrases used like Robinson's were made to make him look foolish in front of the IMF,and did not answer his questions,this dismissive attitude is common place in 'common purpose'
COME ON :) he was obviously made look abit silly in front of an audience by an -in fairness to him - very very intelligent lady and his ego is a little bit hurt... I've been at Q&A sessions like these and the only time dissenting views are sharply criticised is if the dissenter is being aggressive or labouring his/her point to the extent that the rest of the audience is getting resentful of the time he's taking up.

(He also, interestingly, admits, possibly unconciously, that the notions which conflict with the consensus are often "debunked", which means they have been shown to be untrue. So what's the problem?!) :)
 
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code twinkle said:
COME ON :) he was obviously made look abit silly in front of an audience by an -in fairness to him - very very intelligent lady and his ego is a little bit hurt... I've been at Q&A sessions like these and the only time dissenting views are sharply criticised is if the dissenter is being aggressive or labouring his/her point to the extent that the rest of the audience is getting resentful of the time he's taking up.
Maybe so,both you and I and most posters here are well able for that type of dismissiveness,it's quiet the norm among politico's but the deeper meaning here is that the non politico's they are recruiting will be subjected to this dismissiveness and guided to the beliefs of Common Purpose in such a way they will feel ashamed,stupid or too embarrassed from a previous slate eg. the language used by Mary Robinson to criticise.
 

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politicsisrotten said:
code twinkle said:
COME ON :) he was obviously made look abit silly in front of an audience by an -in fairness to him - very very intelligent lady and his ego is a little bit hurt... I've been at Q&A sessions like these and the only time dissenting views are sharply criticised is if the dissenter is being aggressive or labouring his/her point to the extent that the rest of the audience is getting resentful of the time he's taking up.
Maybe so,both you and I and most posters here are well able for that type of dismissiveness,it's quiet the norm among politico's but the deeper meaning here is that the non politico's they are recruiting will be subjected to this dismissiveness and guided to the beliefs of Common Purpose in such a way they will feel ashamed,stupid or too embarrassed from a previous slate eg. the language used by Mary Robinson to criticise.
Dude, Common Purpose did not invent the human condition. Debate has always been accompanied by mocking, sneering, aggressiveness blah blah, sometimes even violence. The reason people during the Cultural Revolution shut up is because they knew there was a power imbalance and that the ones in power had the guns.

I''m not dismissing the notion of psychological warfare at all but I just don't think this thing is real and if it is it's not a threat.
 


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