If the media really wanted to add value…

… then instead of doing the Tories’ dirty work by focussing on trade union entryism into the Labour Party, in an effort to paint Ed Miliband as even weaker than Neil Kinnock, as regaled on Political Betting, they should focus on entryism into the British civil service and the various Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) around the world.

While the media plays its party political games of petty intrigue and personality politics, notionally democratic government is being subverted from within by the left wing entryists who are driving their own agenda and achieving in the shadows what has been rejected by voters at the ballot box.

Consider DEFRA and the Department of Energy and Climate Change.  Both of these departments are stuffed full of closet environmentalists and sustainability activists who control the flow of information to the Ministers of State, thereby influencing their thinking and the approach to implementing government policy.  These are the socialist idealists who went to college, secured a degree, and understanding how government works in this country, joined the civil service and have worked their way into positions of influence from where they can aid or hinder the government of the day.

Local Government has a similar problem to central government departments.  Think back through the raft of child abuse cases and other failures of social services departments and in many of them you will find the leadership of those departments is infested with members of the Marxist organisation, Common Purpose.  The media has barely scratched the surface when it comes to exposing Common Purpose and its nefarious agenda, so it is hardly surprising anyone casting a casual glance at the matter would not understand the serious consequences of this unaccountable body training ‘leaders’ from across the full gamut of public services bodies to work and act in a particular way – beyond authority.

There are even more serious issues with entryists across Europe who have worked their way into a raft of NGOs, that due to the way the EU works, actually inform and direct policy making.  So at a time when people in the UK are waking up to the potential for stabilisation of energy prices through the use of shale gas, we are finding entryists at work formulating the EU’s policy and regulations on shale extraction.

With the entryists striving to hold the line on the adoption and use of unreliable and hugely costly renewables and their ‘dirty’ and hugely costly STOR back up, while pressing for the eradication of hydrocarbons from the energy mix, the risk is that the cost of adhering to the regulations being developed for shale extraction may very well reduce the number of parties willing to invest in this energy source.  The result of this would be more of the ‘reduce demand by driving up cost’ approach that is pushing hundreds of thousands of people into fuel poverty, and scaring the poor away from heating their homes in even the coldest weather.

Each of these issues could easily spawn a number of blog posts in their own right and it may be this blog covers them in more detail in the coming days and weeks.  But with this kind of coverage and exposure being limited to the blogosphere, rather than the larger platform the mainstream media enjoys, the opportunity for raising awareness among the public is greatly reduced.

Thus we remain ill served by our media and its selective and agenda strewn editorial lines, packed full of tittle tattle and yah-boo nonsense at a time when the public is largely ignorant of what is being done in their name and with their money, by people who are subverting democratic control and accountability.

8 Responses to “If the media really wanted to add value…”


  1. 1 IATE THEEU 27/08/2013 at 9:39 pm

    Common Purpose parachute people into the top of organisations. The Press included, which is why so little is said about it by the Press. The more corruptible the person the higher they get in the Common Purpose training. Glad you have mentioned this autonomousmind.

  2. 2 Brian H 28/08/2013 at 10:59 am

    It’s beginning to look like Europe and the UK are going to have to learn the hard way: “Be careful what you ask for; you might get it.” Maybe the US, too. It may take decades to work itself through, possibly a century.

  3. 3 angela ellis-jones 28/08/2013 at 4:17 pm

    AM – Delighted that you have reconsidered your decision to give up writing,and also delightedthat you have focused on Common Purpose.

    I first came across this pernicious organisation at a Conference run by the British Constitution Group in 2009.I was mystified as to why,if what they said about it was true,I hadn’t read anthing about it in the Press,especially by fearless commentators like Melanie P,Peter H and Janet D.

    The first substantial mention it got in the Press was last November,when the Mail ran an 8-page expose of its role in the Leveson Enquiry .I left a message onthe answerphone of richard Pendlebury,to suggest that they did a similar expose of CP in many other areas,but he did not reply.

    The head of social work inRotherham,who deprived UKIP-supporting fosterparents of their charges, last December.was identified as a member of CP.

    Everything about the scandals in the NHS screams ‘CP’,as does the chaos to which so many public libraries have been reduced in the past few years.Babies squealing,people talking loudly,people playing noisy sounds on headphones – all are welcome ,except those who wish to use the library for its proper purpose of quiet study.And if you complain about this too much,you risk being banned,as I have just been.

    Brian Gerrish from Plymouth has been very diligent in exposing CP – see his website CPexposed.

    On October 19.at a Conference of the Traditional Britain Group in London,I shall be giving a talk on ‘The forces destroying Britain from within’.I will spend some time talking about CP.Apply to TBG website for details.

    I would welcome a reply from you,AM,and also from anyone who has had personal experience of the machinations of CP.

    Any ideas about why we read so little about it in the right-leaning Press?

  4. 4 AAB 28/08/2013 at 6:35 pm

    “There are even more serious issues …”

    From what I’ve seen the MSM aren’t really interested in serious issues. Take South Today for instance (regional news programme for the BBC), watch a typical news program and you’ll see 10-15 minutes of proper news, then 10-15 minutes of ‘and finally..’ stories, sport, weather and pointless chat between the presenters. it seems like they have no inclination to report on serious issues, that’s why people are moving form news to blogs in their droves. Which is no bad thing really!

  5. 5 angela ellis-jones 31/08/2013 at 3:58 pm

    I would welcome a reply from you,AM!

  6. 6 Autonomous Mind 31/08/2013 at 4:09 pm

    I am sure you would. But I prefer not to engage with someone who refers to gay people as ‘queer’ and involves themselves with an organisation that play identity politics, like the Traditional Britain Group.

  7. 7 angela ellis-jones 02/09/2013 at 3:18 pm

    AM – are you not aware that some homoosexuals refer tothemselves as ‘queer’ and that there are academic courses at US universities entitled Queer Studies?

    The policy position of TBG si very near to UKIP’s,which is near to yours,whatever your criticisms of UKIP,’s effectiveness,so I’m rather mystified by the second part of your comment

  8. 8 Autonomous Mind 02/09/2013 at 3:57 pm

    I couldn’t care less, Angela. I do not refer to gay people as ‘queer’ and do not like the reference. You would describe my niece in that way and there is nothing abnormal about her. Why should she be defined by her sexuality? You use the term to disparage people on the basis of orientation over which they have no control and I don’t like it.

    As for being mystified about my view of the TBG, don’t be. Lauder-Frost’s view is that third, fourth and fifth generation migrants who only know this country and are British, should take ‘assisted voluntary repatriation’ to their ‘natural’ homeland. That is not only appalling identity politics, which I abhor, that is BNP policy. There are good reasons for putting the brakes on immigration, but I don’t like policies rooted in naked racism.

    If that policy also happens to be close to UKIP as you claim, then that’s just another reason for not supporting the party, not a reason to accept it.


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