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This guy is called Brian Gerrish. He’s a good speaker, and has an amazing list of documents telling a story which everyone in Britain and Europe should hear. Roger Helmer MEP is Chairman of the Freedom Association, as well as being a hugely popular Conservative MEP. Roger (who is well respected throughout the Conservative Party and beyond) introduces Brian Gerrish who he clearly knows of, and he appears to substantially agree with the information Gerrish provides.
Amongst other things, in this video Gerrish outlines a political map indicating the way that Common Purpose is operating in secret, instructing local government leaders and others as to how they should be working. Amongst other allegations made in this talk, Gerrish states that out of the £800 million spent by Falcomer on the Millennium Dome, £300 million simply disappeared. Gerrish makes suggestions as to how this money was used.
He also alleges that the Police Officer who ordered the killing of the Brazilian on the Tube was Cressida Dick, a leading figure within Common Purpose.
He also points out that the Lottery is being used to fund social ‘diversity’ programmes.
He says that children are being taken away from their parents to meet central government targets. He also alleges that many of these children are being subsequently abused.
The summary Gerrish makes is that the aim of Common Purpose is to reduce the strength of British society through psychological undermining, and economic crisis, to the point where it can easily be destroyed and taken over.
Roger Helmer, acting in his role as Chairman, did not contest any of these detailed allegations at the public meeting when he had the floor.
Brian Gerrish’s paper is ‘The UK Column’ which he is distributing nationally. He alleges fraud and corruption in the judiciary, the Charities Commission and all parts of government which have been infiltrated.
He also states that MPs recently debated a proposal to change the Treason Laws so that the country could be made into a Republic. This was not reported in any news media.
Gerrish believes that the members of Common Purpose are committing treason, and that charges should be brought against them for treason.
If Gerrish’s allegations are wrong, Helmer should be reprimanded by David Cameron. If they are right, the Conservative Party had better get a move on and fight against the corruption of Britain’s institutions. Gerrish says that he wrote to Cameron to ask him if he knew about Common Purpose. He did not reply to Gerrish’s letter.
Cameron does have association with a Think Tank with Common Purpose associations.
David Noakes of EU Truth website also writes about Common Purpose.
Gerrish estimates there are about 25,000 Common Purpose ‘graduates’ infiltrated into government across the country, of which about 10% are fanatically affected by their indoctrination. Many of the people caught up in CP are frightened and won’t talk, although many are talking from the inside, assisting Gerrish and Noakes with the dissemination of the CP story.
They find that the people lower down in government organisations corrupted at their heads are not aware that they are working for corrupted organisations, and when they find out, are willing to act as agents providing information of what is going on secretly within government.
Gerrish sees links between many other organisations and Common Purpose, including the Bilderberg Group.
Gerrish says that ‘This country is being attacked. The people who are attacking us want to destroy our society – our schools, our Police, our hospitals and our children. People do not understand how serious this is.’
ROGER HELMER’S COMMENTS –
There is a lot of nonsense in this post. I was invited by the Campaign for an Independent Britain to chair a meeting in Leicester on Common Purpose. I knew little or nothing about Common Purpose, and was interested to learn. I had NOT previously met Brian Gerrish, and knew nothing about him. It was not my place as Chairman to challenge the speaker. I do not endorse any of Gerrish’s wilder comments, and I reject this attempt to link me with his comments on the Dome. I have since seen other print materials with which Mr. Gerrish has been associated, and had I seen them earlier I should not have agreed to chair the meeting. I have now done a little checking on Common Purpose, and I find it difficult to accept Mr. Gerrish’s conspiracy theories. Common Purpose seems to me to be a bunch of fairly harmless do-gooders, albeit with a leftish/liberal bias.
MY COMMENTS – Thank you for that explanation, Roger. I will re-title the piece accordingly. I am surprised you feel relaxed about a Charity adopting a political stance, which has not stood for election, and which operates in secret, across the various bodies of government. What is the source for your benign view of Common Purpose? Gerrish presents a lot of convincing evidence for this far being from benign.
I can understand your position as Chairman did not signify support for Gerrish’s claims, and that you cannot stray too far from the Conservative Party line of avoiding the issue.
However, people at the meeting seemed to be agreeing with Gerrish from their own experiences, and no one stood up, including you, and said that his evidence was false or fabricated, and this was rubbish. People should listen to Gerrish themselves and make up their own minds. There appears to be a case to answer. And people should be aware of the threat.
The Campaign For An Independent Britain CFIB does not reject Gerrish’s allegations, and obviously believe there are things of general concern here. Gerrish might possibly overstate his conclusions, but the silence on this topic from all other quarters enables him to do so, and make Common Purpose appear particularly threatening.
Why is this organisation permitted to function in total secrecy in all aspects of government? I think Gerrish is doing a good job to draw peoples’ attentions to the threat of power being exercised by people with a hidden agenda. The avoiding of this topic by all the main parties will only permit people with more extreme views to build support by telling them what is going on behind their backs. The CFIB is dong the right thing by promoting awareness of Common Purpose.