The Fabian Society – Creeping Socialist British Invasion…


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The Fabian Society – Creeping Socialist British Invasion

The United States was not always a Progressivist nation. The beginning of Our Progressive Century started in Europe with the Iron Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck, where long-repressed German socialism began to blossom and give birth to organized labor and militant class warfare on the continent. The Russian Revolution was still on the horizon. And the sun never set on the British Empire.

Non-native Progressivism was imported to the U.S. at the same time as socialism began to infect the entire world. Perhaps the most instrumental purveyors of the new thinking were members of the socialist Fabian Society, founded in 1884 by Frank Podmore and Edward Pease. Fabians believe in the slow, incremental progress of socialism. Over time, Fabian Society members founded what are now considered main-stream institutions such as the London School of Economics and the British Labour Party. The society is very active to this day.

Its members have included George Bernard Shaw (before AlGore, the only winner of both the Nobel Peace Prize and an Oscar), the author and friend-of-Teddy H.G. Wells, the short-term thinker and legendary economist John Maynard Keynes, the long-serving “Third Way” ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair, and the current Prime Minister Gordon Brown.


In 1883 a group of British socialists had banded together to found a civic association called the Fellowship of the New Life (under the influence of Thomas Davidson). After a year, members wanted to pursue a political agenda, and two members – Podmore and Pease ( also a founder of London School of Economics) – founded the Fabian Society. The Fabians were opposed to the revolutionary theory of Marxism, holding that social reforms and socialistic “permeation” of existing political institutions would bring about the natural development of socialism. They eventually gave birth to the British Labour Party.

The society was founded on 4 January 1884 in London as an offshoot of a society founded in 1883 called The Fellowship of the New Life. Fellowship members wanted to transform society by setting an example of clean simplified living for others to follow. But when some members also wanted to become politically involved to aid society’s transformation, it was decided that a separate society, The Fabian Society, also be set up.

Among Fabian Society members were H.G. Wells, who was entertained by President Theodore Roosevelt at the White House, and the labor economist John Maynard Keynes, whose theories have been used to justify a massive expansion of government interventionism around the world (“In the long run, we are all dead.”) and encroachment into the civic sphere (“The biggest problem is not to let people accept new ideas, but to let them forget the old ones.”) for more than 70 years. Long-discredited schemes like “economic stimulus” are still observed in the United States, an homage to Keynesian socialism.

George Bernard Shaw and Sidney Webb joined soon after this and became its outstanding exponents. The group achieved recognition with the publication of Fabian Essays (1889), with contributions by Shaw, Webb, Annie Besant, and Graham Wallas. The Fabians were opposed to the revolutionary theory of Marxism, holding that social reforms and socialistic “permeation” of existing political institutions would bring about the natural development of socialism. Repudiating the necessity of violent class struggle, they took little notice of trade unionism and other labor movements until Beatrice Potter (who later married Sidney Webb) joined the group. They subsequently helped create (1900) the unified Labour Representation Committee, which evolved into the Labour party. The Labour party adopted their main tenets, and the Fabian Society remains as an affiliated research and publicity agency.

from wikipedia:

The Fabian Society is a British socialist movement, whose purpose is to advance the principles of Social democracy via gradualist, rather than revolutionary means. It is best known for its initial ground-breaking work beginning late in the Nineteenth century and continuing up to World War I.

The society laid many of the foundations of the Labour Party and subsequently affected the policies of states emerging from the Decolonisation of the British Empire, especially India. The society is still in existence today and forms a vanguard Think tank of the centre-left New Labour movement. It is one of fifteen socialist societies affiliated to the Labour Party. Similar societies exist in Australia (the Australian Fabian Society), Canada (the Douglas-Coldwell Foundation and in past the League for Social Reconstruction) and New Zealand.

The Fellowship of the New Life was dissolved in 1898, but the Fabian Society grew to become the preeminent academic society in the United Kingdom in the Edwardian era, typified by the members of its vanguard Coefficients club.

Immediately upon its inception, the Fabian Society began attracting many prominent contemporary figures drawn to its socialist cause, including George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Annie Besant, Graham Wallas, Hubert Bland, Edith Nesbit, Sydney Olivier, Oliver Lodge, Leonard Woolf, Ramsay MacDonald and Emmeline Pankhurst. Even Bertrand Russell later became a member. The two members John Maynard Keynes and Harry Dexter White were delegates at 1944’s United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, commonly known as the Bretton Woods Conference.

The group, which favoured gradual incremental change rather than revolutionary change, was named — at the suggestion of Frank Podmore — in honour of the Roman general Quintus Fabius Maximus (nicknamed “Cunctator”, meaning “the Delayer”). His Fabian strategy advocated tactics of harassment and attrition rather than head-on battles against the Carthaginian army under the renowned general Hannibal Barca.

The first Fabian Society pamphlets advocating tenets of Social justice coincided with the zeitgeist of Liberal reforms during the early 1900’s. The Fabian proposals however were considerably more progressive than those that were enacted in the Liberal reform legislation. The Fabians lobbied for the introduction of a minimum wage in 1906, for the creation of a Socialised healthcare system in 1911, and for the abolition of hereditary peerages in 1917.

Fabian socialists were in favour of an imperialist foreign policy as a conduit for internationalist reform and a welfare state modelled on the Bismarckian German model; they criticised Gladstonian liberalism both for its individualism at home and its internationalism abroad. They favoured a national minimum wage in order to stop British industries compensating for their inefficiency by lowering wages instead of investing in capital equipment; slum clearances and a health service in order for “the breeding of even a moderately Imperial race” which would be more productive and better militarily than the “stunted, anaemic, demoralised denizens…of our great cities”; and a national education system because “it is in the class-rooms that the future battles of the Empire for commercial prosperity are already being lost”.

The Fabians also favoured the nationalization of land, believing that rents collected by landowners were unearned, an idea which drew heavily from the work of American economist Henry George.

Many Fabians participated in the formation of the Labour Party in 1900, and the group’s constitution borrowed heavily from the founding documents of the Fabian Society. At the Labour Party Foundation Conference in 1900, the Fabian Society claimed 861 members and sent one delegate.

In the period between the two World Wars, the “Second Generation” Fabians, including the writers R. H. Tawney, G. D. H. Cole, and Harold Laski, continued to be a major influence on social-democratic thought.

It was at this time that many of the future leaders of the Third World were exposed to Fabian thought, most notably India’s Jawaharlal Nehru, who subsequently framed economic policy for one-fifth of humanity on Fabian social-democratic lines. It is a little-known fact that the founder of Pakistan, Barrister Muhammad Ali Jinnah, was an avid member of the Fabian Society in the early 1930s. Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore, stated in his memoirs that his initial political philosophy was strongly influenced by the Fabian Society. However, he later altered his views, believing the Fabian ideal of socialism to be too impractical.

Through the course of the 20th century the group has always been influential in Labour Party circles, with members including Ramsay MacDonald, Clement Attlee, Anthony Crosland, Richard Crossman, Tony Benn, Harold Wilson, and more recently Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.

The society’s 2004 annual report showed that there were 5,810 individual members (down 70 from the previous year), of whom 1,010 were Young Fabians, and 294 institutional subscribers, of which 31 were Constituency Labour Parties, co-operative societies, or trade unions, 190 were libraries, 58 corporate, and 15 other—making 6,104 members in total.

The latest edition of the Dictionary of National Biography (a reference work listing details of famous or significant Britons throughout history) includes 174 Fabians.

Four Fabians, Beatrice and Sidney Webb, Graham Wallas, and George Bernard Shaw founded the London School of Economics with the money left to the Fabian Society by Henry Hutchinson. Supposedly the decision was made at a breakfast party on 4 August 1894. The founders are depicted in the Fabian Window designed by George Bernard Shaw. The window was stolen in 1978 and reappeared at Sotheby’s in 2005. It was restored to display in the Shaw Library at the London School of Economics in 2006 at a ceremony over which Tony Blair presided.

Young Fabians

Members aged under 31 years of age are also members of the Young Fabians. This group has its own elected Chair and executive and organizes conferences and events. It also publishes the quarterly magazine Anticipations. The Scottish Young Fabians, a Scottish branch of the group, reformed in 2005.

Influence on Labour government

Since Labour came to office in 1997, the Fabian Society has been a forum for New Labour ideas and for critical approaches from across the party. The most significant Fabian contribution to Labour’s policy agenda in government was Ed Balls‘ 1992 pamphlet, advocating Bank of England independence. Balls had been a Financial Times journalist when he wrote this Fabian pamphlet, before going to work for Gordon Brown. BBC Business Editor Robert Peston, in his book Brown’s Britain, calls this an “essential tract” and concludes that Balls “deserves as much credit – probably more – than anyone else for the creation of the modern Bank of England”; William Keegan offers a similar analysis of Balls’ Fabian pamphlet in his book on Labour’s economic policy, which traces in detail the path leading up to this dramatic policy change after Labour’s first week in office.

The Fabian Society Tax Commission of 2000 was widely credited with influencing the Labour government’s policy and political strategy for its one significant public tax increase: the National Insurance rise to raise £8 billion for NHS spending. (The Fabian Commission had in fact called for a directly hypothecated “NHS tax” to cover the full cost of NHS spending, arguing that linking taxation more directly to spending was essential to make tax rise publicly acceptable. The 2001 National Insurance rise was not formally hypothecated, but the government committed itself to using the additional funds for health spending). Several other recommendations, including a new top rate of income tax, were to the left of government policy and not accepted, though this comprehensive review of UK taxation was influential in economic policy and political circles.


9 responses to “The Fabian Society – Creeping Socialist British Invasion…

  1. Another Fabian issue now being pushed- that of us all becoming vegetarian–I’m already one – but that was through choice…………not lies and force……….

    Control by Carbon: The Totalitarian Side of Climate Change ….
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    “We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.”

    – Hillary Clinton

    You will be told, if you haven’t already, that climate change is “the defining challenge of our age.” So says Ban Ki Moon, the United Nation’s Secretary General. Global warming is “really going to kill us all.” You will be told that it is our fault, that the sun has little to do with the warming.

    You will also be told that global warming is “the first component of authentic global governance.” Then again, you might not, but it is the most likely.
    Climate change is the key to controlling the masses now. And many are willing to submit:

    Eighty-three percent of people polled in 21 countries said a change in lifestyle and behavior for their countrymen would be necessary to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to the poll from BBC World Service.

    The results of that poll are disturbing (not to mention suspect), and it makes me wonder what kind of changes our Green overlords have in store for us.

    Population Control
    One definite change is the size of our families. Population control is something the enviro-mafia has sought for years. In 1968, Paul R. Ehrlich published “The Population Bomb,” which warned us all of impending doom. He preached to the masses that “in the 1970s and 1980s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death.” He stated later, “I would take even money that England will not exist in the year 2000.”

    Now it isn’t the lack of food that is going to result in millions of deaths. It’s climate change. And the massive population of the world contributes a huge amount of carbon to the atmosphere. It’s vital that we drastically reduce the amount of life on this planet if we want to live.

    Some suggest a heavy tax on procreation. Well, not so much the act, but the results if successful. If you have a child, you need to pay a fee:

    A WEST Australian medical expert wants families to pay a $5000-plus “baby levy” at birth and an annual carbon tax of up to $800 a child.

    Writing in today’s Medical Journal of Australia, Associate Professor Barry Walters said every couple with more than two children should be taxed to pay for enough trees to offset the carbon emissions generated over each child’s lifetime…

    It has yet to be suggested, but I would not be surprised to see abortions resulting in carbon credits. After all, “Human beings, as a species, have no more value than slugs.” Or it might come to pass that newborns are just sold for meat. Lyall Watson told the The Financial Times in 1995, “Cannibalism is a “radical but realistic solution to the problem of overpopulation.” After all, if the tyranny of Green succeeds, there won’t be much steak.

    The Terror of Cow Farts
    Cow. It’s what’s for dinner, for now anyway. But the Green mafia is aiming for the prime rib on your plate. Your menu is killing the planet:

    The study says that people in wealthy countries should more than halve their daily meat intake – particularly red meat – over the next 40 years to stop emissions rising even further, with the long-term goal of cutting average meat consumption worldwide to 90 grams a day by 2050.

    “People in wealthy countries.” Read: the United States.

    See, the cows eat, and then they pass gas. There’s a lot of methane introduced, just so you can order one medium-rare.

    “We are going to take the Monster Burger away from you on behalf of the common good.”

    But it isn’t just beef. It’s poultry, pork and lamb. Meat is methane and you can’t have that anymore. But you could switch to kangaroo. Or moose.

    For now, a switch to the vegetarian lifestyle is just being suggested. And people are being encouraged to raise the awareness of the danger of your diet:

    Also raising the awareness of the climate impact of our behaviour as consumers is important. Organisations like the European Vegetarian Union can play an important role. Rather than any theoretical command and control policy by governments awareness of consumers plays a significant role in changing consumption patterns of agricultural products. In this respect I would like to encourage you to continue your work.

    You and I both know it is a short walk from suggesting to mandating.

    How You Get Around
    Just about every red-blooded American male has thought about what it would be like to drive on the Autobahn. If you are one of them, you better book a flight to Germany soon. It’s under attack from the enviro-mafia:

    Many stretches of German autobahn lack speed limits — traditionally a cherished freedom in a rule-bound country. However, the growing concern over carbon dioxide emissions is putting that tradition under renewed scrutiny.

    “There are so many areas in which we waste energy in a completely senseless way and burden the climate,” Dimas told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper.

    Maybe they could just introduce some type of government imposed speed governor on the cars in Germany. Then they could still drive as fast as the car could go, but it just couldn’t go that fast. That would at least be better than imposing CAFE standards on cars, resulting in the death of 7,700 people for every mile per gallon saved. Then again, if we raised the CAFE standards higher, we could really lower the population.

    Air travel isn’t safe either. Suggestions have been made to tax air travel in order to save us all from our need for adventure:

    [Tom Jenkins] pointed out that the UK Department for Transport had calculated that existing taxes on flight tickets, the air passenger duty, brought in about £900 million (US$1,800m) which already more than offset the cost of aircraft CO2 emissions. “Only three percent of all global CO2 emissions are caused by aviation. If we stopped all flying tomorrow it would not save the planet – it would cause massive disruption,” said Jenkins.

    The fact that it would do more harm than good has not stopped environmentalists from advocating it.

    In Your Home
    No incandescent light bulbs. Big deal, right. Not really, but the big deal is that we no longer have a choice. That is a big deal to me. The government has restricted my access to the light bulb for my own good. I’m not really comfortable with that kind of control from on high. And now California has tried to take government control a step further:

    Next year in California, state regulators are likely to have the emergency power to control individual thermostats, sending temperatures up or down through a radio-controlled device that will be required in new or substantially modified houses and buildings to manage electricity shortages.

    Imagine yourself enjoying the air conditioner on a hot, summer day. you just finished mowing the lawn, you are hot and sweaty and you just want to stand there by that vent and cool off. Then your air conditioner stops. And you can’t control it.

    It is best summed up in this very socialist statement by Dr. Arthur Rosenfeld: “If you can control rotating outages by letting everyone in the state share the pain,” he said, “there’s a lot less pain to go around.”

    It doesn’t matter that you were not in pain before. We have to take away some comfort on behalf of the common good. In a state that wants to regulate the power generation of plants in other states, just because they dared to sell them electricity, maybe the problem isn’t global warming in California.

    Even though the plan was rejected, we have to wonder: how big a deal is this lack of electricity or control of your thermostat?

    Well, in 2003, 35,000 people in Europe died because of a heat wave. France lost 15,000 people. Read that again and ask yourself why?

    European cities are virtually devoid of air conditioning in large part because the energy to run them is so expensive. And why is that? Pressured by vocal environmentalists, European governments have levied energy tax after energy tax, with the latest excuse being global warming.

    The mathematics of this problem are terribly transparent. In order to meet their self-imposed targets from the Kyoto Protocol on global warming, European nations already have taxed energy, but they have not done enough. Consequently, even more restrictions are being proposed, especially by the German government. Unaffordable air conditioning will become even more expensive, killing more and more Europeans the next time the temperature reaches what passes for a few degrees above what is normal in Dallas.

    Europe has effectively imposed a continuous blackout on air conditioning, and now it is paying the price.

    Meanwhile, the Greens are talking about global warming being a killer and how it is going to get so much worse. I believe you. I think it is going to get worse. More people are going to die because of policies like this that keep air conditioning from the poorest populations, resulting in heat related deaths by the thousands.

    Nice work.

    What’s Left
    Great Britain has taken too big a bite. Death by a thousand cuts means you don’t run up and stab someone. But, like California’s thermostat plan, they skipped the cut and went for the impalement:

    Every person in Britain would be given a “carbon limit” under radical government plans to limit emissions, it was announced today.

    Everybody could be issued with a “carbon credit card” which they would swipe when buying petrol, paying their utility bills, purchasing food, or travelling.

    People with lifestyles that are damaging to the environment – such as frequent fliers, motorists who drive gas-guzzling vehicles or people who live in large homes with poor insulation – would have to buy more carbon credits from greener individuals.

    They just tried to run a catch-all program that covered every part of a Brits life. Every aspect, covered by a card that will force you to live a greener life. Or pay.

    How long before that type of idea finds a foothold in America’s governing body? It would start on the state level maybe, a few states try it out like a fresh pair of shackles. Then the federal government likes what it sees and makes it national. Rather than try to regulate this or restrict that, they cover all the bases with, ironically, a little piece of plastic. Now, you can’t buy everything you wanted like before without it costing you. Your freedom is no more. You have become a part of the collective.

    Instead of “Give me liberty or give me death,” we have “We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.”

    Common good dressed in green, that is.



    “Long term goal: Prohibition”
    And Hello Eurabia?

    However, does anyone find it odd that while 1 million+ youngsters gurn on ecstasy each week, we get a “crackdown” on doddering old middle class Mr and Mrs Bowes-Lloyd from some village in Surrey.

    Secondly, we are now in a situation where you can take as many drugs as you like in any nightclub – put light a ciggie and the bouncers will go after you big time.

    What kind of fucking message is that?
    utter lunacy. Actually, I think they are all loony tunes – “Common Purpose” must have eaten their brains like the infested maggot of EUSSR communism that it is.

    10/16/2007 09:09:00 PM Anonymous said…
    Looking on the bright side, if thick Nazi bitches like Primadonna prevent everyone smoking, drinking and eating what they like, the British people will soon be fit enough, lean enough, sober enough, and above all, angry enough to destroy these insolent, lying little fascist turds once and for all. They will also have more spare cash to spend on weaponry. These fools are making a rod for their own backs.

    Common Purpose has corrupted the police in Britain.

    One of the main targets of Common Purpose is the police because Common Purpose is obsessed with social control. Fabian ‘New’ Labour has already turned Britain into a police state.

    There is a surveillance camera system in Britain which would have been beyond the wildest dreams of the Stasi. Britain is now an endemic surveillance society.

    I recommend that you read ‘The Unsettling Comparison of the Common Purpose British Police Force (State Service) with that of Communist East Germany’s Stasi’ (.pdf) here.

    Fabians of the Yard

    Curiously enough, there was once a police drama series on TV about Inspector Fabian of Scotland Yard. Since the politicisation of the police there are now real Fabians of the Yard – Common Purpose Fabians.

    How Common Purpose seeks to corruptly influence the police

    1. CommonPurposeInstructionstoPolice.pdf is a pdf file of a copy of a letter sent by Common Purpose to the Chief Constable of Fife giving instructions on how to deal with Freedom of Information requests made to him about Common Purpose. Many other Chief Constables would have received similar instructions.

    Why is an ‘educational charity’ like Common Purpose giving instructions to police officers about how they should handle Freedom of Information requests made to them about Common Purpose? What is going on?

    2. Norwich prison released to Common Purpose the name and address of a person who quite legitimately asked them, under the Freedom of Information Act, why the prison was providing offices for Common Purpose, and how much Common Purpose was paying. HMP Norwich had no right to release this information contrary to the Data Protection Act and has had to apologise.

    Why does Common Purpose want to know the identities of those people making FOI requests about them? Why did HMP Norwich flagrantly breach the Data Protection Act? What action is being taken against them?

    3. “Just why are the police and CP so frightened of the public finding out what takes place in their training under Chatham House Rules? What has happened to probity?” More about Common Purpose and the police here.

    How many more examples are there of Common Purpose corruptly influencing members of the police, judiciary, prison service and armed forces?

    ‘ello, ‘ello, ‘ello, wot’s goin’ on ‘ere?

    Police officers are supposed to operate ‘without fear or favour’ but there are plenty of favours being done by Common Purpose police for their colleagues in the Common Purpose network.

    There is no need whatsoever for police officers to be part of any Common Purpose style network or act as agents for the European Union’s espionage service.

    Police officers are also supposed to have allegiance to the Crown and not to Brussels.

    All police officers who are Common Purpose ‘graduates’ have been corrupted and are totally untrustworthy. They are a disgrace to their uniform and should be removed from office immediately.

    All police officers (and all other government employees for that matter) should be banned from attending any Common Purpose ‘training’ course.

    Common Purpose should be investigated for fraud by police not corrupted by Common Purpose – if they can find any.

    This is the thin end of a very nasty wedge.

    Common Purpose has corrupted the police. The people of Britain have a really serious problem to solve.

    This article explores affinities between postindustrialism and modes of thinking characteristic of the Fabian Society, especially in the first half of the twentieth century. In the hands of Daniel Bell and others, the information society thesis postulates the coming of a postindustrial society marked by the centrality of information and knowledge. While caveats abound in Bell’s version, the thesis has been generally optimistic in outlook, portraying postindustrial society as an advanced level of social development. Interestingly, the Fabian Society, a British-based organization highly influential in the twentieth-century project of social democracy, also emphasized information in its advocacy of social progress: ‘laying a foundation of fact’, according to one commentator, was a key ingredient of the Fabian approach. Texts by thinkers such as Sidney Webb and H.G. Wells suggest that ‘informationalism’, a commitment to information in an original sense of hard facts and figures, must indeed be construed as the essence of Fabianism, as that which distinguishes the Fabians from more metaphysical or emotional expressions of socialism. The article traces the link between information-powered politics and the largely successful practice of social engineering in Britain. However, social engineering can, and in the case of some Fabians did, degenerate into a technocratic and even totalitarian mindset. Critiques of Fabianism are therefore also acknowledged here, including those claiming that the Fabian preoccupation with data-gathering and filing, its ‘proceduralism’, actually constituted a major weakness. However, given its noble informational ideal, Fabianism can, the article concludes, illuminate contemporary information society problems. The Fabian tradition contains suggestive materials on such topical themes as fair access to information, the role of facts in progressive politics, and the prospects for an international institutional order.
    Keywords: Postindustrialism; Fabian Society; social democracy; internationalism; information policy


    The Fabians plan to rule American neighborhoods based on the Soviet and Chinese models for totalitarian communities. In their skewed world view it is acceptable and okay to lie and sneak new fascist systems into formerly free countries, because ultimately it will create a lovely Utopian paradise on Mother Earth.

    Their key phrases are “global security,” “human rights,” “hummanitarian,” “social justice,” and “peace.” You will never hear a Fabian defend legitimate national law based in the U.S. Bill of Rights. They call individual liberty and freedom “old-fashioned” and “outdated.” Fabian propagandists distort reality. Their goal is to confuse and manipulate free people into giving up their freedom for world peace and security. Fabians say the American principles for freedom must be balanced in order to “save the planet” and “stop global terrorism.” (They never admit they’re the terrorists.)

    Fabianism is elite training in socialist propaganda. Fabian followers are called “agents for change.” Fabian facilitators are installed in every government agency in the world, and they influence all mainstream media outlets. They are the reason Americans never hear about communitarianism or Local Agenda 21.


    British Revisionism and the Fabian Society
    by Niki Raapana, revised October 14, 2005

    Turks haven’t learned the British way of denying atrocities By George Monbiot, December 28, 2005 at

    Fabian socialism, like political communitarianism, is virtually unknown to most Americans. Our purpose at this website is to educate free citizens about the emerging global synthesis. Socialism is part II b. of the Hegelian dialectical triad. The ACL studies Fabian socialism not only because it is a root part of the core mathematical equation designed to move the world into submitting to a lovlier version of a centralized global government, but also because 1.) The founder of American Communitarianism is a Fabian, 2.) The Fabians established the very influential London School of (Marxist) Economics, 3.) The Fabians train the “facilitators” who lead Americans to consensus in UN-LA-21 meetings.

    British Revisionism and the Fabian Society
    by Niki Raapana, revised October 14, 2005

    Turks haven’t learned the British way of denying atrocities By George Monbiot, December 28, 2005 at

    Fabian socialism, like political communitarianism, is virtually unknown to most Americans. Our purpose at this website is to educate free citizens about the emerging global synthesis. Socialism is part II b. of the Hegelian dialectical triad. The ACL studies Fabian socialism not only because it is a root part of the core mathematical equation designed to move the world into submitting to a lovlier version of a centralized global government, but also because 1.) The founder of American Communitarianism is a Fabian, 2.) The Fabians established the very influential London School of (Marxist) Economics, 3.) The Fabians train the “facilitators” who lead Americans to consensus in UN-LA-21 meetings.



    How politicians use fear to legitimize expansion of power
    Analysis by G. Edward Griffin, 2007 May 4

    You are about to see a series of documentary programs first broadcast over BBC on January 18, 2005. It contained information considered to be politically incorrect inside the United States, which is to say that it was never broadcast there. It is a scathing look at how U.S. and British political leaders have relied on nightmarish visions of external enemies to legitimize their expansion of power.

    There are good and not-so-good elements in this series. Let’s start with the not-so-good. The writers have an obvious blind spot to the totalitarian and aggressive nature of the Soviet empire. It is true that, during the Cold War, Western leaders maximized and occasionally exaggerated the threat of Communism to enhance their own image of being white knights in a moral crusade against the forces of evil, and this series illustrates that point very well. However, it is not true that the Soviet threat was entirely fabricated for that purpose. It was very real and, I must add, continues to be real today under the deceptive guise of social democracy. Leninism continues to be a formidable global force. In this series, however, you will be assured that Communism was never a real threat to the West and that, today, it is entirely dead.

    In a similar vein, the writers present former Soviet leaders, such as Mikhail Gorbachev, as wise and high-minded statesmen struggling against the cunning, war-mongering leaders of the Western World. This bias must not be ignored, because it reveals that the producers of this series are far from objective and are, in fact, apologists for Leninist regimes.

    Bias to the Left shows up again in the depiction of political figures within the United States. We are told that President Clinton was innocent of all the charges against him for sexual harassment, the Whitewater scandal, protecting drug smuggling operations in Mena, Arkansas, and complicity in the murder of Vince Foster. All of these allegations, we are told, were the work of Right-Wing character assassins.

    It gets even more bizarre. The program portrays Henry Kissinger and George Bush, Sr., as “liberals” working to bring peace to the world but gradually losing ground to the Neocons who seek war and power. There in no mention of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Rockefeller connection, the New World Order, or the underlying ideology of collectivism that drives both the Leninists and the Neocons.

    As a final straw, the series uncritically accepts and perpetuates the Neocon version of 9/11, that it was engineered entirely by a small band of terrorists with no outside assistance.

    Having said all this, you probably are wondering why I would recommend anyone taking the time to watch these programs. The answer is that, even though they are seriously flawed and biased, there is much truth in the mix. Over the years I have found a great deal of valuable information from sources that were biased. For example, when researching the history of the German cartel called I.G. Farben, which was the origin of the modern pharmaceutical industry, I found the greatest wealth of information from authors who were ideologically aligned with the Soviets. They were motivated to expose the nefarious deeds of German industry under the Nazis. If they had not done the research, it is possible that the sanitized German version would have been the only surviving historical record.

    The danger in this is that one may fall prey to propaganda, so it is important to take everything with a grain of salt and withhold judgment until facts can be double checked and confirmed from multiple sources, especially those that are from an opposite perspective.

    It is with that caveat that I urge anyone seeking to really understand modern history to view these programs. You need to be aware of the producers’ Leftist bias, but you also will discover a deep truth about how modern politicians (including those on the Left and within Islam) use fear and high ideals to manipulate their followers into passionate support. When you finish, your political naivety will be lost forever.

    The following links will take you, first, to an announcement from BBC explaining the series, followed by links to the three parts of the series.

  3. Wow, fascinating reading. This will not surprise you, I’m sure, but we have these elements actively promulgating stealth socialist agenda in little old NZ – as well as the shared exposure to the adverse international impact of these clowns – although, small mercy, the Labor movement is not currently in power locally.

    • Although in less number’s also less transparent these Fabians’ infiltrated ALL Parties.
      Info re the UK

      The Great Betrayal of the British People Part 3 – The Fabian War from within.
      … Iran from a conveniently placed air base. The Fabian strategy of globalisation has been on the table for a long time. … made by our ancestors and take the power to declare war when this is an example of their almost insane use of it – in terms of …

      Page – john. – 28/10/2009 –

      More Treason against our Queen – by this Fabian Government
      … acting on behalf of the Queen, sweeping powers to declare war, sign treaties and dissolve Parliament. This week he effectively … during his time as head of the Left-wing think tank the Fabian Society, he said: “The modern role of head of state needs …

      Page – john. – 28/10/2009
      SINCE THE ABOVE WAS WRITTEN THOUGHTS ON HRH HAVE CHANGED…She knows whats’ going on and colludes with the enemies of Britain!

      The money you pay in Tax is killing people illegally
      … are not valid and this is right up to present day. All Fabian prime ministers from that time, who have put through bills, have … death. For without your money, they could not have gone to war in the first place. Is the image on the right hard to look at? …

      Fabian ministers…working on behalf of Fabian bankers, then pretend that they work for us- while robbing us blind!!

      Recent UK Election brought in Cameron a supposed TORY- With his more than passing whim with Saul Alinsky methods SAUL the Marxist, Anita Dunn on the Tory payroll a student of Alinksy admirer of Mao!
      Tory Party?

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    ClassicalLiberal said…
    The Road Ahead; America’s Creeping Revolution is John T. Flynn’s treatise on the infiltration of Socialism into the politics of the United States. First published in 1949, he stated:

    “. . . the line between fascism and Fabian socialism is very thin. Fabian socialism is the dream. Fascism is Fabian socialism plus the inevitable dictator.”

    For anyone interested in further reading:

    The Road Ahead” (1949)-By John Flynn-Full book here

    Click to access roadahead.pdf

    “As we go marching”Good fascism, Bad fascism, and soil fascism “(944)- By John Flynn- Full book here

    Click to access aswegomarching.pdf


    John Ray does great work on the roots of American Fascism (the progressive movement).

    Free and full Audio books on philosophy, history, and economics.

    Free Text books on economics, philosophy, and history here.

    Eugenics and the progressive era

    Click to access retrospectives.pdf

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