You have managed to acquire a copy of “The Common Purpose” book, My Black Cat.
“Leading Beyond Authority,” by Julia Middleton.
Have you read it yet?
No, but there is a list of participants in the book at the end.
What kind of participants, My Black Cat?
Well, much of the book seems to be an account of profound things that important people in society have said.
They’ll be some witches mentioned there then?
With their profound thoughts?
They have ignored the witches………
How many profound, thoughtful leaders have contributed to the book?
About 80 or 90.
What is the background of these profound thoughtful leaders?
They represent very important people throughout a cross section of society.
Are there any doctors mentioned?
I can only see two so far.
Who are they?
Sir Cyril Chantler, Chair, Great Ormond Street Hospital”
Dame Gill Morgan, Chief Executive, NHS Federation”
Does that mean they are Common Purpose Graduates, My Black Cat?
I suppose all that can be said is that they are close enough to Julia Middleton, to agree to be quoted in her book “Leading Beyond Authority”
You might say then, whether graduates or not, they are rubber-stamping “Common Purpose” and giving it authority and indeed agreeing with the concept of “Leading Beyond Authority.”
My Black Cat, does Sir Cyril Chantler not have something to do with “DNUK” and the “Media Standards Trust” too?
Was it not Sir Cyril Chantler that Professor Lis Paice contacted over scatological language on DNUK?
Yes. That is so. Sir Cyril Chantler refers to Professor Paice as his friend.
How do you know that, My Black Cat.
He told The Bishops.
What are you blethering about, My Black Cat.
NB “blethers” was a word used on the Radio 5 programme by Andrew Cubie, to describe the conspiracies surrounding Common Purpose.
a red apple ……………………