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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/570...Brian_Gerrish/

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

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    Same organization as these guys I believe....http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/wildfact...iles/125.shtml

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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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    Default Re: Common Purpose

    Please don't copy huge pieces of text that aren't your own composition, please link to the content.

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    Great job, Politicsisrotten.

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    Default Re: Common Purpose

    Anyone else reminded of that Scientology video of Tom Cruise?
    15 Jan 2001 -- Fine Gael pledged to end fluoridation because of "serious health concerns".

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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?...60863576873594

    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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