The stultifying banality of the Common Purpose evil

To that expression the banality of evil can be added the grubbiness, the tawdry nothingness, the hollowness of these people, the greed and big eyes, the limited brains.

We saw it with Zenna Atkins, Julia Middleton – I couldn’t be bothered naming them all. And you, the reader, you know about it now so why would you want to read endless records of the nasty little things they’re up to?

Sheer boredom.

So I sympathize, I really do, about the post below. But there is also a thing called duty and it is a pundit’s duty to expose, to record the tedious fine detail for the record. Some people who still care about this and wish to bring these people to book will appreciate it. I know that so many others will quietly click over.

This is going to be long.


Pic of Julia Middleton & other Common Purpose grads at a recent CSC Leaders (Commonwealth) meeting in Oxford. The pic seems to have been taken by a Common Purpose grad called Carole-Anne Davies whose twitter account includes tweets to David Miliband who is possibly going to promote Common Purpose via his new dream job running a charity in the USA.

More pics here

Common Purpose CSC Leaders have also launched something called ‘The Global Locker’. I’m trying to find more info about it.

Also found this chap, Greg Whitby via a pic he had taken with Carole-Anne Davies. Here is Greg Whitby with Mike MacFarlane, Head of BBC London.

Female involved with launching ‘The Global Locker’

More on the way they’ve weaseled their way into the Commonwealth – not so surprising given the leftist leanings of the FCO.

This pic is from the first CSCLeaders meeting that took place in london this month.

Some videos from CSCLeaders

Interview with Kamalesh Sharma, Secretary-General, Royal Commonwealth Society.

Amongst others, you will see Richard Branson here.

Richard Branson and Peter Gabriel (of Genesis) also founded a group of world leaders called ‘The Elders’.

Peter Gabriel is also involved with something called ‘The Interspecies Internet’, along with Vint Cerf who is credit with being the ‘Father of the Internet’.


Common Purpose are a bit like the pod people – in everyday life, in all walks of life, you don’t know if you’re dealing with one of them.   Many of them feel that they’re fine people, doing good work, the leaders of the future for when it all collapses, when it is induced to collapse that is.  They’d be hurt to be referred to this way or that they did not personally pay for their training – the taxpayer did in part.

What is known is that wherever they are and whatever they touch, it turns to ashes.   Eventually, it dries up any organization it touches.   It is that horrific blandness of the bureauthinking of Terry Gilliam’s Brazil, steeped in bureauspeak and the manipulation of concepts, the twisting of good qualities into applying to them.

This is the true vision of evil, this is how it operated, via directive from above, in Nazi Germany and many of the techniques have come down to them.

Quite some time back, Graham Roberts nailed them with FOI requests, he got hold of correspondence which showed his request crossed the desk of a Common Purpose graduate who informed another and another – four of them altogether, with a view to stopping Graham.   Martin Brighton is involved against this hydra too.

And you, dear reader, cannot be blamed for yawning and turning away – this is tedium with a capital T.

And it goes on and on, ensnaring you in Cornwall, ensnaring you in Middlesborough and in London, in Tower Hamlets, in Sheffield.

8 comments for “The stultifying banality of the Common Purpose evil

  1. Peter Whale
    April 2, 2013 at 8:28 am

    With Common Purpose being so hidden in plain sight might it not be prudent to join such group and water down its excesses? Just saying!

    • April 2, 2013 at 8:29 am

      If you show intelligence and principle, they can weed you out easily.

  2. Johnnydub
    April 2, 2013 at 10:18 am

    When the Germans reflect on the Nazi era, they all say “I don’t understand how ordinary people” could be involved in the day to day running of the death camps etc.

    Simply put, Common Purpose looks for those drones that will contentedly obey orders, and send the Jews etc into he gas chambers without a flicker of conscious (or in reality, independent thought) to cross their minds..

    Some might say this is hyperbole, but anyone who embraces the green agenda, knowing it will kill 50,000 oldies a year just in the UK, is a long way down the path to signing up for the uniform.

  3. April 2, 2013 at 10:33 am

    It’s the thing we can’t get into our brains – that there are actually people who would do such things. Surely they have to believe they are exterminating vermin or whatever. Maybe it’s just the release from constraint.

  4. Ken Craggs
    April 2, 2013 at 11:20 am

    David Miliband is possibly going to promote Common Purpose via his role as President of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in New York, U.S. The IRC has a board of overseers that include Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright, Condoleezza Rice, and former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan (UN HQ is also in New York). “There is a risk that, with Mr Miliband at the helm, it will be seen as an instrument of Anglo-American foreign policy, not as an independent charity.”

    Is it only coincidence that David Miliband becoming President of the IRC, and the first CSCLeaders meeting in London both occured in the same month? Are Common Purpose trying to speed up their infiltration of governments around the world?

    Here are some interviews with speakers from CSCLeaders 2013
    And here is some more info

  5. The Underdoug
    April 2, 2013 at 11:36 am

    I’m reminded of the John Carpenter film ‘They Live’. We now have the potential hardware for the anti-mind-numbing-ray glasses in Google glasses (a proper use for them coupled to Facebook at last). Just wear them the next time you’re dealing with anyone in authority, they’ll peform facial recognition against a database and tell you the official’s real name and whether they’re a member of the expensivemasons or Common Porpoise.

  6. Ken Craggs
    April 2, 2013 at 1:07 pm
  7. Greg Tingey
    April 5, 2013 at 8:55 am

    Assuming Common Purpose actually exists as a shadowy semi0secret mole-organisation/conspiracy at all, tyhat is?
    You do LURVE sinister conspiracies, don’t you?

    Contrariwise, I just came across a piece of easy blatant doublethinking hypocrisy …
    A strict vegetarian who is cruel to (wild) animals ….
    Which shows, as you say, how easy it is to do some of the things described above.


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