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17 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

I've posted this before, but as that disappeared after the hack, and there are some different members here now, I'm going to relate it again.


Some years ago (sorry but my memory with dates is vague, suffice it to say, it was when I was a moderator on here, maybe 15 years ago -ish?) on receipt of my Council Tax bill, I wrote to the local council, asking them to equip me with information on what proportion of that payment would be channelled towards CP activities before I paid the bill.


They did not answer me in any way, shape or form, but this being prior my divorce (but not directly instrumental in it 😄) and my then husband earning a higher income than myself, they immediately and without warning put in place an attachment of earnings with his employers.


He didn't even know that I had queried it and his attitude to everything was different to mine - he is a conformist and thought me a tinfoil hat wearing loon (hence the eventual split). He phoned them and paid the bill in full straight away and was embarrassed.


When I posted about it at the time on DIF, there were a couple of (trollish but long-standing) members who basically called me a liar, insisting that the council could not take such drastic action without 1st following a set procedure including a warning letter. I am not a liar - they sent no letters nor did they attempt to communicate in any way and this attachment of earnings procedure was immediate to their having received my query.


Troll boys here at the time called BS, saying the council could get in trouble for not following protocol and I would have instigated complaints etc etc if it were true. If people don't realise by now that all arms of the Gov are ruthless and corrupt, they need to open their eyes. As if they wouldn't have falsified a record of having written to me etc if they'd needed to. As if an arm of the Gov would investigate a complaint properly pertaining to another arm of the Gov. 


They are complete bastards, one and all, and you need to be in no doubt about that.






Totally believable. I’ve learnt the hard way when dealing with any government department, doctors and builders etc.

Now whether I call them or they call me I make them aware that I am recording for legal reasons. The amount of times Ive been in a situation where people have twisted my words or down right lied is crazy.

Anyone here who doesn’t record their calls should seriously consider it

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As per the links provided earlier, Common Purpose graduates/members are everywhere – within the NHS, police service, Civil Service, local government, charities, media outlets, educational establishments, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), consultancies, and various other organisations.


Most of the people views and even political views are being shaped by players that give lots of money to schools, colleges and universities. And well may be it is the Common Purpose giving lots of money but we know that Bill Gates, George Soros give lot of money to schools, colleges and universities and there is lot of talk of the Chinese government giving money to schools, colleges and universities.


The schools, colleges and universities is place of learning and debate not a place getting money and pressure to express views counter to the person getting money.


This is why all the schools, colleges and universities in the US, Canada and UK and Europe are  new age liberal and change the goal post.


The classic liberals of 60s where anti war, hippie movement, feminism, anti government and anti system and anti or critical of capitalism . Today new age liberals are globalization, open borders not legal immigration but open borders, wokeness, strong government fist to enforce vaccines and lockdowns, and that pharmaceutical companies and companies are not evil but good. And China is not a good system but that us be soft with China well that go to war with Russia.


Again strong government and media and if you differ than that you are Trumper. We have culture shift of classic liberals to modern new age liberals.


People seem to think liberals or communism is bad for businesses and that not the case. China and North Korea is communism it is run by the elite yes elite communist party members the media is run and controlled by the government. The government tells you want is real or not real. China allows transfer of money and wealth. There are homeless people and sweatshop factories in China and billionaires in China. 


The think is that Communism like nazism is very good for businesses all media is run and own by the state and you have no rights as freedom of press or expression is gone. The government runs things with a iron fist over every thing the elite makes the call where the money goes.


Look at any US cities any yes republic city like Phoenix, Tulsa, Houston, Tucson, Tampa, Jacksonville and places like in Missouri, Mississippi, Kentucky, Alabama, Arkansas or Utah so on. 


Than look at Seattle, New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angels, so on all liberal cities full of homeless, tent city land and more tent city. Yes all despite the party saying we care about the poor.  


It not that the republic party cares for people and more welfare state as that not the case it is the government polices that are counter to Glenn Beck book explaining agenda 21 that you will own nothing.  The agenda 21 book was article the UN came out to get cities to be more sustainable that suburbs where destroying the environment .


Well true if millions of people where moving to Phoenix, Tulsa, Houston, Tucson, Tampa so on a price of a home would be over million dollars it still would be way cheaper because they don’t subscribe to many of the environment policies. But now many conservative are turning over now.


Well every liberal tells you of criss of old people and we need to bring in people from other countries and that is well true but what they don’t tell you is for every 20 old people that die they bring in 100 people into the country.


If you look at any city in the US, Canada, UK and Europe is experiencing out of control city population growth. They not making new cities but people are moving to cities we have.


The rule of 20 old people die and 20 people move into the country is big lie. It is more like 20 old people die and 100 new people move in. The city is experiencing city sprawl that the liberals and green party base on article on the UN for sustainable growth and now climate change


And base on Marxism the idea was that countries would disappear and borders are gone and this why new age liberals support open borders and illegals.

It all because we have Bill Gates, George Soros and China giving money to the schools, colleges and universities turning young people into new age liberals.


If people don’t stop this what is going to happen is we are going turn into communism capitalism hybrid like China. And people will own nothing and be happy.


We will forgive you debt so you can buy food but your house is now the property of the elite. We will get every last homeless of the street and tent city is gone but suburbs are in the history book. Because of climate change and city sprawl is bad the future is full of apartments. We will give you welfare only if you a good boy and good girl and do not cause trouble.


And because China does this a lot in China they take down buildings and build new buildings and because of the criss of climate change and city sprawl and may be even millions of people moving to the west because of the depression being worse than the 30s and that you will own nothing. We have lot of homes we can take down and turn into 80 story apartments. 


Who is behind this group well what what I can tell reading know one really seems to knows at all. There are some members like Bill Gates, George Soros, WEF and young global leaders.


When you said , As per the links provided earlier, Common Purpose graduates/members are everywhere – within the NHS, police service, Civil Service, local government, charities, media outlets, educational establishments, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), consultancies, and various other organisations.


Yes like Davide Icke said most of the people running the world don’t have evil plan and have no plan they are just indoctrination of school political system and media repeating what others say.


It is the people speaking out and promoting the plan that is evil. And I don’t think Davide Icke speaks of them.





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9 hours ago, Lilymoon said:

Yes like Davide Icke said most of the people running the world don’t have evil plan and have no plan they are just indoctrination of school political system and media repeating what others say.


It is the people speaking out and promoting the plan that is evil. And I don’t think Davide Icke speaks of them.



I am late comer to CP thread, and it is very interesting...I have read all your post Lilymoon but I have not read myself the whole thread but am certainly getting round to it.
Am far from knowing everything what David Icke has said, like on this matter included about ordinary folk (& beyond)....

However on the "new liberal" point let me briefly mention how it looks (to me) of the explanation for liberals now, and what they are today. I'll say that which you say could be correct L M... Even if I am not well educated on each party's characteristics in the most uptodate fashion etc, apart from what we all instinctively know about politics, but thanks for telling what is believed to be happening, especially about universities, and the elevatedly dodgy funding they get, which incidently is the part I was more aware of (even when I've never been to uni myself for like formal study). 

Well, coming back to the end summary or mention of yours, it would seem reasonable that not everybody of the world has an evil plan or reckless intention (*altho its tempting to think that definitely*) 😢 resulting in folks in either that swamp or else manipulatable mentality because it leaves absence of anything "true" to explore or to arise in those who are ridiculously indoctrinated and so on, so the absence of true learnings of the individual with independent thinking beyond the scope of what is commonly told is of course problematic....

Anyhow to take a gambit on what this thread is about identifying in ANY social rabbit-hole or social matrix, what I would say is like slipperyness AKA possible "socially coercive & apparently -as case maybe- deceptive cohesion gatherings in common purpose style designed for a broad pooling of the peoples without them actually learning much of any substance or knowledge ~ rendering the ability to capture truth or personal growth, a ghostly prospect, if what is to be gained is not gained, because that would be how it is (OR IS HOW IT IS?) where not much is shifting inside these common purpose circles in which to challenge or significantly change anything.


......So anyway what is CP, I am just asking myself first of all.... Well, isn't it at a rudimentary level, a cynically granted social design system only poured or layed on by elite structures (*or connected to elite structures*) to create "commonesque" false senses of security in among communities... Yep, I think that is their aim or belief of what will happen in amongst common peoples, (even when they are poured together) as long as elite lot have a stake in how things are run or how resources are sequestered or whatever.


Will consider more of what else the thread may offer now....

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"Leading beyond authority"


In order to 'normalise' a certain narrative or agenda, one has to control or manage that narrative.


Change agents are everywhere, within the police, and the media, with the media being a useful way of manipulating peoples' perceptions.


But equally 'change' is not always done via the "top-down" method, but starts with the younger generations, namely through the 'education system', and if you have your change agents in place within that institution, you can also achieve your goals, but via the 'long game' approach.

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This chap (Simon Campbell) is a first class speaker and doesn't take any shit when it comes to USA Constitutional rights.  Here here is telling the 'board' of a school that heintends not to 'settle' with any of them out of court, and intends to have each and every one of them in a courtroom with Jury.
This is from 8 months ago, so I'm posting this and will look for further developments.  He knows his rights particularly the first ammendment, I also like his firm, confident delivery:


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On 8/13/2022 at 6:12 PM, sickofallthebollocks said:

This chap (Simon Campbell) is a first class speaker and doesn't take any shit when it comes to USA Constitutional rights.  Here here is telling the 'board' of a school that heintends not to 'settle' with any of them out of court, and intends to have each and every one of them in a courtroom with Jury.
This is from 8 months ago, so I'm posting this and will look for further developments.  He knows his rights particularly the first ammendment, I also like his firm, confident delivery:


Further to this to clarify (according to the end of this video below)

The local government, Pennsbury,  has passed a 'policy' called 903 and policy 922, seeking to regulate the free speech of American citizens at public comment, they are asking the courts for a federal judicary, to declare that policy (903 & 922) as to be uncnstitutional, on their face or as interpreated,  because as a Republic, the government cannot do whatever they like as they are answerable to only the people
In a Consitutional Republic the government cannot do what they like. The USA is a Constitutional Republic - not a democracy.  We always hear that democracy is how the USA does things - This is false.
 In simons words

A democracy is 2 wolves and a lamb voting on what to eat for lunch.
Liberty is a a well armed lamb.
In a democaracy all power is inherant in the government.
In a Constitutional Republic -  all power is inherant in the people.


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And once again, remember when the NHS was supposed to be about treating and caring for the sick and injured?


From another thread here:

Now remember this, in a few months time, when the NHS is in 'crisis', and is begging for 'more money' to keep it going...

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A Surrendered Crown and a Commonwealth Betrayed

Tuesday, 13th October 2020

Our starting point is the Queen's Coronation of 1953. Prior to accepting the crown, the Queen solemnly promised to "govern the Peoples of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Pakistan, and Ceylon, and of your Possessions and the other Territories to any of them belonging or pertaining, according to their respective laws and customs."

Today, more than ever, that promise has a hollow ring to it. Constitutionally, Queen Elizabeth II is the Head of the Commonwealth of Nations, yet if we conduct a detailed examination and critical analysis, we soon discover that the Commonwealth itself has been hollowed out and surrendered to global powers driving towards global government.

Recently, senior members of the Royal Household, such as Prince Charles and Prince William, have discarded neutrality and taken global political roles. Prince Charles helped launch a drive towards a Great Global Reset, whilst Prince William joined David Attenborough on the Earthshot Prize Judging Panel; another green initiative in support of the United Nations global Agenda 2030.


A detailed examination of the institutions of the Commonwealth reveals the quasi-leadership training organisation, Common Purpose, to be deeply embedded within them.

One of the key aims of Common Purpose is to break organisational silos, which is also a primary goal of the United Nations Development Group. In essence, this means that leaders jettison traditional allegiances in order to operate across organisational or geographical boundaries.

These reframed leaders have been encouraged to create their own legitimacy as they lead "beyond authority". We provided a detailed analysis of this in an earlier article.

If the Commonwealth Crown has been surrendered, where does the power to govern nation states now reside?

The Commonwealth

The Commonwealth spans the globe, is made up of 52 independent countries, and has a population of 2.4 billion. Its objectives were first set out in the 1971 Singapore Declaration (pdf), which committed the Commonwealth to the institution of world peace; the promotion of representative democracy and individual liberty; the pursuit of equality and opposition to racism; the fight against poverty, ignorance, and disease; and free trade.

In recent decades, these principles have been abandoned in favour of promotion of a strange form of participatory democracy, where only certain organisations participate, and globalist policies which are as far from individual liberty as it is possible to be.

In recent years, under the leadership of Baroness Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth has shown itself in particular to prefer sustainability. In 2016, she thanked Queen's Young Leaders for “stepping up to her challenge to come up with strong and practical actions Commonwealth countries can take to achieve the Internationally agreed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).”

She added:

If we can deliver together the SDGs, the international agreements on climate action and the charter, we will create a pathway for the rest of the world towards unity, towards humanity and towards peace'" Also during that event she revealed that 'she will be leading a new and exciting initiative, in partnership with Common Purpose.

The Commonwealth are listed among the partners on the Common Purpose website.

The Commonwealth Charter

The Commonwealth Charter is full of the buzzwords and phrases favoured by the globalists that feature in earlier articles in this series, such as: civil society, climate change, collective action, consensus, consultation, diversity, interdependent, inclusiveness, interrelated, renewable energy, resilience, social equity, social transformation, and sustainability. The Charter tells its readers that:

the Commonwealth is uniquely placed to serve as a model and as a catalyst for new forms of friendship and co-operation in the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations.

CSC Leaders and the CSC Global Foundation

Julia Middleton Tomorrow's Commonwealth
The delightful Julia Middleton, Common Purpose

CSCLeaders was a partnership between Common Purpose and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh's Commonwealth Study Conferences (UK Fund). It was a global leadership programme that ran from 2013 to 2019, directed at participants from “governments, businesses and NGOs from across the 52 countries of the Commonwealth.”

Sponsors of CSC Leaders were Anglo American, a global diversified mining business, Weir, a FTSE 100 company founded in 1871 and headquartered in Glasgow, and PriceWaterhouseCooper (PwC UK) . We noted that PriceWaterhouseCooper have a webpage dedicated to their support of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal is the former President of the Duke Of Edinburgh's Commonwealth Study Conferences.

At the 2014 CSC Leaders event, a more than half-hour-long mind-numbing talk on Cultural Intelligence was given by Julia Middleton, Founder & CEO, Common Purpose.

At a time when he was Mayor of London, current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave a talk on Smart Cities. Commonwealth Secretary-General Baroness Scotland has also been filmed delivering a talk at these CSC Leaders events. The CSC Leaders 2018 challenge What makes a city resilient? was launched by former UK Prime Minister Theresa May.

Just how deeply Common Purpose are embedded within the UK establishment is further evidenced on the website of Sail Capital Partners. It includes a page referencing the Common Purpose and CSC Leaders Conference held in London in 2017, incorporating a photograph of Walter Schindler, Managing Partner & Founder of Sail Capital Partners, in conversation with HRH Princess Anne. A news release by Sail Capital Partners revealed that:

… in May 2017 Walter Schindler was invited to return to London as a Speaker and Contributor to a week-long series of classes, meetings, field trips and special events hosted by the British Royal Family, Marlborough House, Common Purpose and CSCLeaders.

Reference to the CSC Leaders participant biography pack 2013 provides a flavour of the calibre of individuals attending such events.

Examples include: the UK Director, British Red Cross; the Director, Media Standards Trust; the Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean, Faculty of Business and Law, Manchester Metropolitan University; the Operations Director, Serco, UK; the Chief Constable, Leicestershire Police; the Director, Decentralisation and Big Society, Department of Communities and Local Government, UK; the Permanent Secretary, Cabinet Office, Zambia; the Deputy High Commissioner, Jamaica, and, the Deputy Director, Royal Commonwealth Society, UK.

The Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) and 33Fifty

With a history dating back to 1868, the Royal Commonwealth Society received its Royal Charter from Queen Victoria and took on its current name in 1958.

Earlier in this article, I mentioned the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme.

In 2014, the Commonwealth Youth Leadership Programme was called 33Fifty, so called because 33% of the world's population live in the Commonwealth and 50% of those are aged under 25.

It was a leadership programme aimed at “Commonwealth leaders aged between 18 and 25” and the training was “delivered by Common Purpose in partnership with the Royal Commonwealth Society.”

The 2014 33Fifty programme took place in Glasgow and Edinburgh at the same time as the Commonwealth Games. The participants' challenge at the time was to answer the question:

What role does the youth of the Commonwealth need to play in progress towards low-carbon economies?

The 33Fifty Advisory Group was chaired by Sir John Elvidge, Chair of Edinburgh Airport, former Permanent Secretary to the Scottish Government, chair of Carnegie UK Trust, and former director of Common Purpose.

A page on the Scottish Government's website revealed that it was intended for the Common Purpose 33Fifty programme to run again during “the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast.”

In a further twist, a 2017 Telegraph article revealed that:

… the Royal Commonwealth Society is making plans to open a branch in the United States, with a view to one day bringing America into the fold as an associate member.

This would certainly explain why Common Purpose is now targeting the delivery of its programmes towards senior and emerging leaders in the USA.

The Queen's Young Leaders Programme (QYLP)

The Queen's Young Leaders Programme ran between 2014 and 2018. It was established by the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust and was launched in 2014 by “Their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Henry of Wales.”

It was targeted at young leaders between the ages of 18 and 29.

Celebrities appearing in a promotional video supporting this programme include Anita Rani, David Beckham and Mo Farrah. You certainly won't be surprised to learn that Queen’s Young Leaders are sponsors of Common Purpose.

The Commonwealth Secretariat: the information gateway between Commonwealth Nations and the United Nations

The Commonwealth Secretariat is the focal point for multilateral intergovernmental consultation and information exchange among the member states. It was established in 1965. In their 1991 Harare Declaration, the Commonwealth Heads of Government identified the protection of the environment, through the principles of sustainable development, as an area of priority.

The Commonwealth Secretariat provides information to the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, as evidenced by this 1997 Report on the implementation of Agenda 21.

One further key question that has remained largely unanswered to date is, "What role do Universities play in the transformation of 21st-century society?"

The Association of Commonwealth Universities and its Common Purpose Connections

A memorandum of understanding between the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Association of Commonwealth Universities was announced in September 2017. The Chief Executive and Secretary General of ACU, Dr Joanna Newman, said:

Higher education has extraordinary power to transform our world for the better and tackle the grand challenges of our time. Universities will be central to meeting every one of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals — not only through the vital research they undertake, but also through the skilled and globally aware graduates they produce ... This partnership is a really powerful way of harnessing the power of universities for the common good.

The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) has “over 500 institutional members and a range of networks connecting higher education professionals from across the Commonwealth.”

At an international conference in France in 1990, the Talloires declaration was adopted. This was the first official statement made by university administrators of a commitment to environmental sustainability in higher education. The Talloires Declaration was a “ten-point action plan for incorporating sustainability and environmental literacy in teaching, research, operations and outreach at colleges and universities.”

In 1991, the Halifax declaration together with a "six-point" action plan was signed in anticipation of the recommendations of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Brazil in 1992.

Following that Rio de Janeiro Conference in 1992, the ACU held their 15th Quinquennial Congress in Swansea, Wales, in 1993.

Point 1 of the Swansea declaration urged universities of the ACU to seek, establish and disseminate a clearer understanding of sustainable development — “development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations" — and encourage more appropriate sustainable development principles and practices at the local, national and global levels, in ways consistent with their missions.

The Cre-Copernicus University Charta is the EU equivalent of the ACU declarations cited above. The preamble of this Charta tells its readers that:

what is required is a comprehensive strategy for building a sustainable future ... as highlighted by Rio Conference (UNCED) in 1992. This requires a new frame of mind [my emphasis] and new sets of values. Education is critical for promoting such values.

The ACU has 82 members within the UK. Readers will be familiar with ACU member institutions such as Bristol University, Exeter University, Liverpool John Moores University, Oxford Brookes University, Plymouth University, the Open University, Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Manchester.

Many, such as Sheffield Hallam University, direct their undergraduates towards Common Purpose courses. We can also reveal that the University of Bristol are sponsors of Common Purpose.

ACU member Heriot-Watt University has campuses in Scotland, Dubai, and Malaysia. It also boasts that it has "partners in 150 countries and 30,000 students studying worldwide." It partners with Common Purpose and, together with partners University of Albany New York and Common Purpose, held a Global Leadership experience at its Edinburgh campus in January 2018. Common Purpose ran a similar programme in collaboration with Heriot-Watt University in December 2017 at its Malaysian campus.

One role of universities has, therefore, been to shift societal values in the wider population “at the local, national and global levels.” We believe that this has been a key driver of the recent phenomenon of 'nudging'.

Association of Commonwealth Universities and Nudging

In a 2018, the University of Manchester announced that it would “work in collaboration” with Sheffield Hallam University “to help tailor vital public sector services using behavioural insights expertise as part of a new government framework."

Just two years previously, Dame Nancy Rothwell, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester, had, alongside Sir Howard Bernstein, CEO, Manchester City Council, been a contributor when leaders from across the Commonwealth visited Manchester as part of a CSC Leaders programme.


Commonwealth100 is “aimed at young Commonwealth citizens … aged 16-29.”

According to Commonwealth Secretary General Baroness Scotland, as quoted on the Common Purpose website:

… building on the shared values of our Commonwealth Charter, Common Purpose is bringing together the talents of 100,000 or more of our young people from every continent and ocean to cooperate and co-create for a future that is fairer, more prosperous, more secure and more sustainable.

The Dhaka Tribune informs its readers that the Commonwealth100 programme:

would be piloted at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London, in April 2018 [which] aims to create a generation of Open Source Leaders. Partners include Bank of Zambia, Scottish Government, Department of Higher Education Malaysia, Microsoft, and others.

Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings (CHOGM)

According to the Communiqué (CHOGM) Malta 2015, Commonwealth leaders “welcomed the adoption of the [United Nations] 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and, committed to support its implementation by 2030 — to ensure no one is left behind.”

Also at the Malta conference, Commonwealth Heads announced “their selection by consensus of the Rt Hon Patricia Scotland as the sixth Commonwealth Secretary-General.”

Further evidence of the strong links between the Commonwealth and the United Nations is provided by reference to the biography of Josephine Ojiambo, Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General. She was formerly “Chief of the Executive Board and External Relations Branch at the United Nations Population Fund (UNPFA).”

The Chair-in-Office is the head of government of the Commonwealth country that hosts a Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).

In April 2018, former UK Prime Minister Theresa May was the Chair-in-Office when the UK hosted the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London and Windsor. The 2018 Conference was headlined “Towards a Common Future”.

We should need no reminding that Our Common Future, also known as the Brundtland Report, was a publication released in 1987 by the World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED). It introduced the concept of sustainable development and described the steps needed to achieve it. That 1987 report was the foundation from which sprang the Rio Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, the UN Commission on Sustainable Development and ultimately UN Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030.

Theresa May was succeeded, as Chair-in-Office by Boris Johnson. Last week, in his keynote speech closing the Conservative Party conference, he announced a new green revolution:

As Saudi Arabia is to oil, the UK is to wind — a place of almost limitless resource, but in the case of wind without the carbon emissions, without the damage to the environment … we must build back better." [My emphasis]

Just four months earlier, on the International Day for Biological Diversity, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in a video message:

COVID-19 - which emanated from the wild — has shown how human health is intimately connected with our relationship to the natural world … As we seek to build back better from the current crisis, let us work together to preserve biodiversity so we can achieve our Sustainable Development Goals.

Commonwealth Director-General Baroness Patricia Scotland and The World's Largest Lesson

The World's Largest Lesson is just “one part of Project Everyone's mighty mission: To share the [United Nations Sustainable Development] Global Goals with all 7 billion people on this planet.”

Content creators and distribution partners of Project Everyone include ActionAid; Amnesty International; the British Council; Comic Relief; the Ellen Macarthur Foundation; Google for Education; and — the Commonwealth.

A selection of short films has been produced in support of the Project Everyone Campaign. Contributors include Aamir Khan, Bill and Melinda Gates, Daniel Craig, Jennifer Lopez, Kate Winslet, Meryl Streep, Richard Branson, Robert Redford, Stephen Hawking, Emma Watson and others.

The purpose of the World's Largest Lesson is to “introduce the Sustainable Development Goals to children and young people everywhere and unite them in action.”

This short video presentation in support of the World's Larget Lesson features Baroness Patricia Scotland. Within the video, she tells her audience that:

Humankind has too often had to learn lessons the hard way. It is painful to look back and see how many mistakes we've made … The World's Largest Lesson is changing that in order to meet the sustainable development goals, which reflect the values and principles of the Commonwealth Charter.

The Commonwealth is now also closely following the United Nations' little known technique of using celebrities to promote its global goals.


Whilst the attention of the British public has, since 2016, been distracted by both Brexit and COVID-19 scaremongering, the British establishment, including the Royal family, has transformed the Commonwealth into both a propaganda division of world government and a training ground for leaders of the post-democratic era.

Not one of the inhabitants of its 52 member nations can cast a vote to elect the Commonwealth's senior officers, nor to approve its future plans and programs.

The governance of Commonwealth member nations "according to their respective laws and customs" has been sacrificed on the globalist altar of ‘sustainable development'.

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