What is Fabian Socialism

Creeping Communism / Fabian Socialism & Globalism

Fabian socialism is a mixture of fascism, Nazism, Marxism and communism - all rolled up nicely. However, he's a lot more deadly because he's a lot smarter and more subtle. The only difference between Fabian socialism and communism is: The communists take your house by sending the secret police to break down your door and confiscate your house. Fabian socialists do this much smarter and smarter by gradually taking away your individual rights, gradullay increasing your (property) taxes and installments and finally, when you can no longer pay, they send their federal tax auditors to take away your home / property. The end result is the same. The philosophy of the Fabian Society was written in 1887 and the statement included: The Fabian Society affirms Marxism as the main tenet and the abolition of private property etc. Of course, this does not apply to the electoral oligarchy (elite) at the top who own the country at End owns. The unruly coat of arms of the Fabian Society, commissioned by the author / playwright and co-founder George Bernard Shaw, a "wolf in sheep's clothing" (archived today), until recently it also appeared on the Fabian glass window (now removed) in the house of Beatrice-Webb in Dorking, Surrey, England. The Fabian Society is, among other things, the intellectual wing of the British Labor Party. Before Tony Blair became Prime Minister of the UK in May 1997, he was Chairman of the Fabian Society. Since the 1997 British general election, 200 Fabian MPs have been represented in the House of Commons, some of which have formed entire Labor cabinets, including Gordon Brown, Robin Cook, Jack Straw, David Plunkett, Peter Hain, Patricia Hewitt, John Reid, Ruth Kelly, Alan Milburn and Clare Short. Led by Tony Blair, the Fabians now rule entire British governments. You are resident in all parties and sit on the most important, selected committees, commissions and organizations associated with the government. The Fabian Society literally controls the European Union. German-born Gisela Stuart, since 1997 the Labor MP for Birmingham Edgbaston and member of the Foreign Policy Special Committee in the House of Commons, was one of the two House of Commons representatives at the European Assembly (EU = Constitutional Convention), and a member of the Charter signatory who drafted the draft constitution for Europe . In her book, “The Making of Europe's Constitution”, published by the Fabian Society in December 2003 - on pages 20-21: Gisela writes: “For the first few months the Presidium members would be in one small room in the Justus Lipsius building, about a fifteen minute walk from the European Parliament. Attendance was limited to thirteen members, Secretary General Sir John Kerr, his MPs and press officers. Sir John Kerr, a former Secretary of State for the UK Foreign Office, directed the proceedings within the Presidium and the Assembly's plenary sessions with the skillful diplomatic skill that might be expected of someone John Major called "Machiavelli" in his autobiography. The best description of his talents that I heard was: "When Kerr comes up to you and asks for the time, you wonder why" me "and" why now? "Several times we would retreat to the“ Val Duchess, a small place, It was at one of the dinners in Val Duchess that the members of the Presidium were given the skeleton of the draft constitution in sealed brown envelopes, one week before the public presentation. We were not allowed to have the documents with us To be precise, who drew the skeleton and when is still unclear to me, but I realize much of the work was done by Valery Giscard D'Estaing and Sir John Kerr during the summer. There was little time for discussion and even less scope (development opportunities) to make changes with the documents.