Local government? Who chairs the meetings?

AK Haart writes of the ideal many have of local government supplanting this federalist model where interference comes from above:

Much stronger local government presumably. Local government where the basic political unit is local enough to tackle local complexities, to find out what works and what doesn’t, small enough to reject a thousand vain political fantasies.

Lovely ideal but we’ve seen how it works in practice.  For a start, look at any corrupt council or rotten borough up and down the nation.  And on every mayor’s floor is a Common Purpose “advisor”.

Some years back, there was a plan for Citizen’s Juries and again, who were the chairmen of those meetings? Office of the DPM or in other words, Common Purpose.

The bstds have their claws into everything – Arts Councils, RDAs, anything with some form of power attached to it.

3 comments for “Local government? Who chairs the meetings?

  1. Henry Kaye
    May 18, 2015 at 9:37 am

    Very recently, through discovering people like you, James, I have become aware of “Common Purpose”, “the Frankfurt School” and their assorted evils. I could finally understand what was happening to my country which I left in 1967 and returned in 2000 to find in utter decay. The vast majority of the electorate are blissfully unaware of the forces that are working to destroy our identity and our culture. Thank you for being one of the few who are trying to warn us of the horrors that await us.

  2. May 18, 2015 at 4:35 pm

    There are others who’ve done far more work, Henry. Common Purpose Exposed:


    … is one of the main ones, Ken Craggs is another:


    … and this is another:


    • Henry Kaye
      May 18, 2015 at 9:43 pm

      Thanks James; I had already discovered Brian Gerrish’s article which just about says it all. I’m left with the question: how can we defend ourselves against these destructive elements?

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