courses.· Meetings rigidly controlled by CP Chairmen. Those expressing dissenting views are pressurised, bullied or intimidated at the meeting.· CP circumstantial complicity with fraud and corruption in public and private sector.· Those questioning role of CP are ignored, dismissed, 'palmed off', discredited and /or threatened.
Description of those targeted
People come from all sectors i.e. public and private - health, police, education, city councils, county councils, districtetc, quangos GOSW, RDA, Business Links etc, and the proliferation of quasi quango charities. There is a bias to theupper echelons and clearly this is the targeting and selection of the 'future leaders'. CP is targeting those withknowledge, power and influence plus control of money.In general ordinary people from the ordinary general public and deprived neighbourhoods seem to be very much in theminority. Apart from anything else how can they afford £3,950 plus VAT? Those 'professionals' working in all themini quangos purporting to be helping communities seem to be particularly targeted. We are told that CP recruits fromethnic minorities but have no evidence as yet. An informed individual reported that some coloured people who doCommonpurpose seem to end up less dynamic than when they start.
CP is clearly making a major effort to target schools,school heads and the teenage children.
We are also aware that some 'strange creative' courses for primary school children are being held in cities such asPlymouth. We have not yet got a CP connection but strongly suspect it.During investigations into Common Purpose the following documents were seen behind the original website but havenow been made inaccessible:a. Policy documents 'Controlling Your Host City'. The document deals with social engineering and community controlthrough CP links in the Executive structure of a city. b. Education policy documents on selecting Future Leaders from children at 12 -14 years via CP 'graduates' placed inresponsible positions such as Head Teachers and the application of further grooming.c. Access to CP lists of graduates / members is now denied to public access.d. Vast number of courses & meetings / schedules and attendees removed from the site.e. Links to other hidden sites removed.f. CP site itself changed from 'To create the Future Leaders' to a more sanitised version.
Common Purpose plans to control Future Society
The CP site and its associated site spoke of the future leaders controlling society - not elected democratically - butcreated by their (CP) design.Ordinary people to be suggestively coerced / engineered into 'correct society' - created leaders to effect this changeand control by working together across lines / parties / bodies (quangos) with other CP members associates.All bodies of responsibility and influence 'should' be involved with CP who will create / appoint their leadership.CP member loyalties directed to CP solely. CP principles precedent to other (organisational / personal) interests in the(new) interest of creating the better CP society.
Failure to declare graduate status or amounts of public money spent
The Freedom of Information Act is usually needed to force the public sector to decaler expenditure on CommonPurpose. Even then some organisations lie, distort the figures, or fail to answer. Why? - if this is such an innocent andwonderful educational charity. Despite being in business in the city for 10 years I was not aware of CP until 2 yearsago. Then I find it everywhere but no open declaration or discussion of its existence. When I asked people verbally for information on expenditure my questions were brushed off. We have started to write and ask, and have now got somefinancial information. The figures (which are incomplete) clearly show massive expenditure by the public sector. Some£100,000 by Plymouth City Council, £60,000 Government Office of the South West, £80,000 Office of the Deputy prime Minister, £57,000 Devon and Cornwall Constabulary, £30,000 South West of England Regional DevelopmentAgency, £36,000 Ministry of Defence Logistics. These figures are the tip of the iceberg locally and certainlynationally. Simply multiply 18,500 odd Common Purpose graduates by £4,500 per course from the public sector. Totalcirca £83m. Huge amounts are being spent whilst schools, hospitals and social care facilities close.
Bullying and illness amongst those connected with Common Purpose
Many people have given personal information on Common Purpose. One lady describes her experiences of CP, and anumber of individuals connected with CP in a public authority, where when she challenged the CP 'authority' she