Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Rhodes Scholarship

Cecil Rhodes

  • Became a Freemason but was disillusioned.
  • His will left a vast fortune to start up the Rhodes Scholarship programme at Oxford
  • Aim was to raise up promising young graduates
  • Establish secret society for leading business & banking leaders are around world

Auguste Comte

  • Wrote the 6-volume set titled Positive Philosophy between 1830-1842
  • Studied by WT Stead, Rhodes close friend

W T Stead

  • Helped Rhodes develop his secret society’s plan to “take the government of the whole world”
  • His goal was a “Civic Church”, where increasingly a focus of attention will be “Service to Humanity,” including taking care of the environment and the Earth

John Ruskin

  • Taught “New World Order” plan at Oxford Uni.
  • Rhodes was greatly influenced by Ruskin’s teaching
  • On his grave is the Swastika of Hitler.

Rhodes Scholarship

  • Lord Nathan Rothschild was appointed as trustee
  • Rothschild appointed Lord Alfred Milner to implement plan.
  • Created the Round Table, formed around a document called Freedom & Planning.
  • Original Round Table membership was only freemasons
  • Administrators of the Round Table included
    Rudyard Kipling
    HG Wells
    Arthur Balfour
    - politician
    Lord Rothschild
    Arthur Toynbee
    - historian
  • Worked very closely with London School of Economics founded by Sidney Webb.

3 powerful global organizations were spawned

  • Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA) 1919 London
    Mission is to analyse and promote the understanding of major international issues & current affairs.
    It is regarded as one of the world's leading organizations in this area.
    Now known as Chatham House
    Arthur Toynbee – Director
    Condoleeza Rice spoke at Lecture series
  • Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) 1921 New York
  • Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) 1925

Early US Members include

  • Colonel Mandell House
  • Paul Warburg
  • Rockefeller
  • JP Morgan

Political Scholars include -

  • Bill Clinton – US President
  • Dean Rusk – Sec of State for JF Kennedy administration
  • Walt Rostow – Deputy National Security Advisor for JF Kennedy administration
  • Richard Gardner
    Member of CFR
    Deputy Assistant Secretary for State
  • Harlan Cleveland
    Ambassador to NATO
    Director of International Affairs at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
    Chairman of the U.S. Weather Modification Advisory Board
    Books include The Third Try at World Order, Birth of a New World, and The Global Commons: Policy for the Planet.
  • Bob Hawke – Australian PM
  • Strobe Talbot
    Bill Clinton’s room-mate
    Number 2 in the State Department
    Chairman of Yale Daily News
    Translated Nikita Kruschev’s memoirs into English
    Skull & Crossbones Society
  • Stansfield Turner & James Woolsey – both have headed the CIA
  • General Wesley Clark – Head of NATO forces under Clinton administration
  • Richard Danzig – Secretary of the Navy – Clinton administration
  • Admiral Dennis C Blair – Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Command - Clinton administration
  • David Boren
    US Senator
    CFR member
    Skull & Crossbones member
    Wrote a New York Times article advocating a rapid deployment force for the UN to facilitate the :New World Order’ – 1992
    Persuaded Clinton to make George Tenet head of the CIA
  • Charles Hitch - Comptroller at the U.S. Department of Defense developed the Planning-Programming-Budgeting System (PPBS)

Judicial Scholars include

  • John Harlan, David Souter, and Byron White.
  • Geoffrey Robertson – Australian Human Rights lawyer
  • David Kendall
    Law clerk for Justice Byron White
    Attorney for Clinton during Monica Lewinsky scandal

Media Scholars include

  • Erwin Canham - president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors
  • Howard K. Smith - newsman
    Finance Scholars include –
    Many employees of Goldman-Sachs
  • James Gustave Speth
  • Boutros Boutros-Ghali UB Secretary General, at the suggestion of President Clinton, made Speth head of the U.N. Development Program.

Trilateral Commission

Founded & Intent
  • Founded 1973 by David Rockefeller, after reading book “Between Two Ages” by Brzezinski
  • Rockefeller admitted in his Memoirs (2002) that he is “part of a secret cabal… conspiring with others” to bring about “one world.”
  • Established as a think tank of globalist political & business leaders
  • Incorporates USA, Europe & Pacific/Asia
  • Original proposal was that the more enlightened communist states could could become partners in the alliance leading to world government.
  • In a 1973 memo on the Trilateral Policy Program then-director Brzezinski recommended the study of ‘Control Over Man’s Development and Behavior’ as a theme for later consideration


  • US President Jimmy Carter – founding member
  • Peter Sutherland –
    European Chairman
    Bilderberger Member
    Chairman British Petroleum
  • Henry Kissinger -
    National Security Advisor Nixon Administration; Secretary of State Nixon Administration; Consultant National Security Council Operations Coordinating Board; Study Director Nuclear Weapons & Foreign Policy – CFR; Director of Special Studies Project – Rockefeller Brothers Fund; Director of Harvard Defence Studies Program
    Consultant – Operations Research Office; Arms Control & Disarmamen Agency; USA Department of State; Rand Corporation
    Adviser – Nelson Rockefeller Governor of New York
  • Walter Mondale – Carter’s running mate
  • George Bush Snr – hi campaign was funded very heavily by Rockerfeller family
  • Caspar Weinburger – Secretary of Defence – Reagan Administration
  • Alan Greenspan – Head Federal Reserve Bank
  • Mitchell Sharp – Canadian Finance Minister
  • Bill Clinton – former USA President
  • Strobe Talbot
    America Abroad Media Advisory Board
    American Academy of Diplomacy
    Bretton Woods
    CFR member
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski –First DirectorNational Security adviser for Carter AdministrationKey adviser to Barack ObamaHe states “Marxism is simultaneously a victory of the external, active man over the inner, passive man and a victory of reason over believe….Marxism, disseminated on the populat level in the form of Communism, represented a major advance in man’s ability to conceptualize his relationship to his world.”

Asian Division members

  • Ross Garnaut
    Senior Economic Adviser Hawke Administration
    Australia's Ambassador to China
    Chairman, Primary Industry Bank of Australia Ltd (PIBA)
    Chairman, Bank of Western Australia Ltd (BankWest)
    First Assistant Secretary (Head of the Division of General Financial and Economic Policy), Papua New Guinea Department of Finance
    Research Director of the ASEAN-Australia Economic Relations Research Project
    Foundation Director, Asia-Pacific School of Economics and Management
    Garnaut Report into Global Warming, led PM Kevin Rudd to sing Kyoto Treaty
    Australian of the Year 2009
  • Murray Horn – ANZ Banking boss in NZ
  • Richard C. Holbrooke
    Chairman of Asia Society Executive committee
    Author of 1988 Trilateral Commission report –
    East Asia in Transition; Challenges for the Trilateral Countries; A Task Force Report to the Trilateral Commission

New Zealand Connections

  • PM Muldoon
    Brzezinski appoints him Chairman of the Board of governors of the IMF / World Bank on the orders of David Rockefeller
    To head 3 man administration committee including Mitchell Sharp with some involvement from William McMahon (Aust).
    Introduces National Development Bill with ’fast-track’ legislation, to keep the economy ’free of obstruction’ for long-term monopolization.
    C.F.R. plan introduced, designed to integrate the economies of Australia and New Zealand with the Trialteral Commission for the purpose of exploiting the South Pacific countries and as a ’back-door’ entrance into China - the world’s largest untapped consumer market.

Japanese Members

  • Takeshi Watanabe (Chairman) & Daigo Miyado (Chairman Sanwa Bank), meet to discuss integration of NZ economy into Pacific Rim economy.

Council of Foreign Relations

Foundation & Goals

  • Founded in 1921 by Col Edward Mandell House - chief adviser to President Woodrow Wilson.
  • USA organization – an offshoot of the British Fabian Society
  • Admitted goal - abolish the Constitution, replace independent Republic with World Government.

Board Members include

  • George Bush Snr – US President
    1991 – 382 CFR members served in Bush administration
  • Dick Cheney - US Vice-President
  • Strobe Talbot
  • Madeleine Albright
  • Tom Brokaw – NBC News
  • Colin L Powell
  • David Rockefeller
  • Stephen Biddle – expert in US National Security & Defence policies
  • Richard Haass – current President of the CFR
    Stated in an article entitled "State sovereignty must be altered in globalized era,"… that a system of world government must be created and sovereignty eliminated in order to fight global warming, as well as terrorism….Moreover, states must be prepared to cede some sovereignty to world bodies if the international system is to function…. Globalization thus implies that sovereignty is not only becoming weaker in reality, but that it needs to become weaker. States would be wise to weaken sovereignty in order to protect themselves..."

Members, Past & Present, include:

  • CFR members have controlled the last six US government administrations.
  • Republicans Eisenhower and Nixon
    Richard Nixon appointed at least 100 CFR members to high positions in his administration
    Nixon initiated the more open policy toward Red China.
  • Democrats Stevenson, Kennedy, Humphrey, and McGovern
  • Hubert H. Humpries - vice-president of USA
  • Henry Kissinger
  • Alexander Haig - Secretary of State
  • Michael Dukakis
  • General Colin Powell – Joint chief of Staffs Chairman
  • Secretary of State Dean Rusk
  • Robert Strauss – US Ambassador to the Soviet Union
  • Gerald Ford
  • Ronald Reagan’s campaign manager William J. Casey
    After Reagan’s win as President – 257 CFR members were govt officials
  • Walter Mondale – Carter’s running mate was a member
    Jimmy Carter packed his administration with 284 CFR members.
  • Ronald Reagan’s campaign manager William J. Casey was a member
    After Reagan’s win as President – 257 CFR members were govt officials
  • George P Schult – 10th Secretary of State in a row to be a member
    Started with Dean Acheson in Truman Administraton
  • Condoleeza Rice
  • Donald Rumsfeld - Secretary of Defence
  • Newt Gingrich
  • Timothy Geithner - President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
    Called for a new global monetary authority”, a de-facto global financial dictatorship, operating across borders and forcing nations and corporations to register and adhere to strict monitoring and regulations.
  • Jessica Tuchman Mathews - Vice President of World Resources Institute
    Stated in 1989 – “Environmental strains that transcend national borders are already beginning to break down the sacred boundaries of national sovereignty...."
  • Alan Greenspan – head of Federal Reserve Bank
  • Dan Rather – CBS News
  • Four top leaders of the Wall Street Journal hold membership in the CFR: Chairman & Publisher Peter R. Kann; Executive Editor Norman Pearlstine; Editor Robert L. Bartley; and Managing Editor Paul E. Steiger.
  • John J DeGioia – member of the US National Commission for UNESCO, Chair of its Education Committee, President of Georgetown University, represents Georgetown on the World Economic Forum, Rapporteur of the Global Agenda Councils focusing on Society & Values.
    His biography states that he is dedicated to helping “prepare young people for leadership roles in the global community.”
    In a report he states “We believe that this new moment also calls for a new media platform, across all media channels, a global non-profit ‘CNN’ providing a new form of independent journalism to inform, illuminate and deepen knowledge about issues that improve the state of the world.”
  • Harlan Cleveland - mentor for Richard Gardner
  • Richard Gardner
    Wrote "The Hard Road To World Order" which called for world government & “an end run around national (USA) sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece." The article urged the use of such agencies as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, even a UN military force, to achieve the means.
    Apparently involved in crafting the infamous State Department disarmament proposal entitled Freedom From War which calls for the succession of steps toward disarmament in USA & culminates in the complete turning over of national military forces to the UN.
    Wrote "The Case For Practical Internationalism" urging that internationalists take advantage of opportunities presented by 5 challenges - nuclear safety, AIDS, drug abuse, overpopulation & environmental destruction.
    Advisor to the UN for Bill Clinton
    US Ambassador to Spain
  • Clinton's election involved the appointment of 2 CFR members (Stephen Breyer and Ruth Bader Ginsburg) to the U.S. Supreme Court in order to secure abortion rights (population control), etc.
  • John J DeGioia – member of the US National Commission for UNESCO, Chair of its Education Committee, President of Georgetown University, represents Georgetown on the World Economic Forum, Rapporteur of the Global Agenda Councils focusing on Society & Values.
    His biography states that he is dedicated to helping “prepare young people for leadership roles in the global community.”
    In a report he states “We believe that this new moment also calls for a new media platform, across all media channels, a global non-profit ‘CNN’ providing a new form of independent journalism to inform, illuminate and deepen knowledge about issues that improve the state of the world.”
  • Rick Warren - Mentored by Peter Drucker, "Father of Modern management" Organized Purpose-Driven churches around the world Church congregations are seen as “resources" to be managed. Each church and each member of its congregation then has a “purpose” (e.g., combating global poverty) which needs to be “managed.” To the extent this is done, those churches and their members spend more and more time acting as social service conduits, and less time involved in traditional religious activities. Wrote The Purpose-Driven Life (2002), in which he emphasizes community, our being “more connected than we realize" Says the Holy Bible (New Century Version) indicates that God “is everywhere” and is “in everything.” 2008 formed his P.E.A.C.E. Coalition (his P.E.A.C.E. Plan began late 2003), a global alliance of churches, businesses, etc., addressing problems including poverty, disease, etc., around the world Also working with Tony Blair’s new Faith Foundation


  • 1989 – Boris Yeltsin historical visit to the USA:
    He first had a meeting at the CFR headquarters before meeting the President.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

London School of Economics

Founded 1895
  • By Sidney (Lord Passfield) & Beatrice Webb
  • Trustees – the Webbs, E. Pease
  • Funded by Sir Earnest Cassel, friend & adviser of Kind Edward VII
  • Rockefeller family provided financial support during post-war period.
  • Aim - to further the Fabian plan of bettering society, focusing on research on issues of poverty, inequality and related issues.


  • Edward VII set up United States Federal Reserve Board in 1913
  • In partnership with Jacob Schiff (head of Kuhn, Loeb & Company, NY)
  • & his banking partner, Paul Warburg

Sir Ernest Cassel

  • Influential German-Jewish financier
  • Associated with Kuhn, Loeb and Co
  • Instrumental with associates in founding United Stated Federal Reserve Board in 1913
  • 1920 – donated £472,000. to save this Fabian enterprise from serious financial difficulties
  • "Our object is to make this institution a place to raise and train the bureaucracy of the future Socialist State'."

Mervyn King

  • Former professor.
    Chairman of the House of Commons education committee
  • Current Governor of the Bank of England

Arthur Balfour

  • As Foreign Secretary in the administration of Lloyd George, he issued the Balfour Declaration 1917
  • Prime Minister of Great Britain
  • President Society of Psychical Research
  • Founded Synthetic Society, modelled on Metaphysical Society
  • Contributed 2000 pound to Fabian Society
  • Collaborated with Sidney Webb to introduce legislation in Parliament giving the school university status

Javier Solano

  • Head of NATO in 1995
  • Appointment pushed by Bill Clinton, Strobe Talbott, and Richard Gardner
  • Secretary-General of the Council of the European Union (EU)
  • 1999 - Secretary-General of the Council of the Western European Union (WEU)
  • Most planning sessions occur at L.S.E.

Roger Pearson

  • Obtained his master's degree at the London School of Economics
  • Chairman of World Anti-Communist League
  • Flooded European chapters with Nazi sympathizers and former Nazi SS officers
  • Leading Anglo-American academic race-scientists
  • Founded Institute for the Study of Man
  • Served on editorial board of Heritage Foundation's Policy Review

L.S.E. Board

  • Chairman of the Court of Directors – Peter Sutherland, Former Director General World Trade Organization
  • Vice-Chair of the Court of Directors – Sir Anthony Battishill
  • Current Director of School – Sir Howard Davies, Formerly Chairman of Financial Services Authority, Controller of Audit Commission, Director General of Confederation of British Industry , Deputy Governor of Bank of England
  • Labour peer Lord Judd
  • Tory MP’s – Virginia Bottomly & Rishard Shepherd
  • Lord Saatchi & Lady Howe

Top 10 Employees of Graduates

  • Principally accounting, investment banking, consultancy and law firms.
  • 30% of graduates going into "banking, financial services and accountancy"
  • Preferred university for employers in the private sector, financial services abroad and the City of London.
  • Cited as the ‘breeding ground’ for the City of London

Recent British government involvement

  • Proposals to introduce compulsory ID cards
  • Researching into the associated costs of the scheme
  • Shifting public and government opinion on the issue.
  • Influential in bringing about the introduction of tuition fees for UK universities in 2006
  • Continues to campaign for higher funding through its membership of the G5 Group. In 2008, it also came under fire, along with the University of Cambridge, for its publishing of a list of 'soft' subjects which it considered inappropriate for entry to its undergraduate courses

Speakers include

  • Kevin Rudd – Aust PM
  • George Soros – to the LSE Alumni Society of Malaysia

L.S.E. provides consultants to

  • U.K. government
  • international bodies such as the World Bank
  • the International Monetary Fund and
  • the United Nations
  • The Ford Foundation, which funds and whose members serve as trustees on the Council of Foreign Relations

Tony Blair (who unveiled the Fabian Window at LSE in 2005)

Harold Joseph Laski

  • Professor of political science at the LSE
  • Influential in British politics as an advocate of far left policies
  • World leaders including John F. Kennedy (and his brother Robert F Kenedy) studied under his guidance at the LSE.
  • Dr. H. V. Evatt in Australian politics, Preface to his book, The King and His Dominion Governors
    "I am also under obligation to Professor Laski, of the London School of Economics,for much encouragement and advice."

Anthony Giddens -

  • Former director of the LSE
  • Creator of the 'Third Way' followed by both Ront Blair & Bill Cliton.
  • His policy created a balance between the traditional welfare state and the belief in total free market economics.
  • This policy is being put into effect by governments all across the world as free market economies continue to deal with wealth inequalities and bettering the welfare of the general population.

USA Involvement

Rosa DeLauro – USA Congresswoman –

  • Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies (Chair)
  • Subcommittee on Financial Services
  • Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies
  • Endorsed Barack Obama

Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England

  • Mervyn King
  • Charles Bean – chief Economist
  • Rachel Lomax – Deputy Governor

Billionaire Alumni

  • Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou - Founder of EasyGroup
  • Lord Saatchi
  • George Soros
  • Nick Varney - CEO of Merlin Entertainments, the world's second largest attractions group.
  • Clara Furse - current Chief Executive of the London Stock Exchange
  • Nugget Coombes - First Governor of Australia's central bank
  • Syed Ali Raza - President and Chairman of the Bank of Pakistan
  • David Rockefeller - International banker and statesman
  • Anirudh Rao – one of the biggest investors in the Indian stock market
    Presently managing the Shah International mutual funds, ranked among the top 10 Indian mutual funds.

Heads of State & Heads of Govt Alumni
o Forty-four from over 30 countries including –

  • Australia – PM William McMahon
  • Britain – PM Clement Atlee
  • Japan – Taro Aso
  • Denmark – Queen Magrethe II
  • Norway – Crown Prince Haakon
  • Germany – Chancellor Heinrich Bruning
  • Canada – PM Pierre Trudeau & Kim Campbell
  • USA – John F, Joseph & Bobby Kennedy

British Members of Parliament Alumni include

  • 29 Current Members
  • 45 current peers of the House of Lords

Musicians & Entertaners Alumni include

  • Sir Mick Jagger - The Rolling Stones, attended the school but dropped out to pursue his music career
  • Sir David Attenborough – Naturalist
  • Justin Webb - BBC Chief Washington Correspondent
  • Monica Lewinsky - graduated in 2006

USA President Barack Obama’s administration Alumni include

  • Peter Orszag - Budget Director
  • Pete Rouse - Senior Advisor
  • Mona Sutphen - Deputy Chief of Staff
  • Paul Volcker - Head of Economic Recovery Advisory Board
  • Larry Summers - Head of the White House's National Economic Council, taught at the School.
  • The LSE currently has more graduates represented in the U.S. adminstration, than any other university bar Harvard.

International Govt administration Alumni include

  • China – Yang Jie Chi - Foreign Minister
  • Ministers for Foreign Affairs for both Norway and Finland
  • Indonesia – Juwono Soedarsonso - Secretary of Defense

Legal Alumni include

  • Graham Hill – Australian Federal Court Judge
  • Cherie Booth QC, the wife of former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair
  • Baron Grabiner - former Chair of Court
  • Sir Charles Webster - founder of the United Nations
  • Ian Johnston - Chief Constable of British Transport Police
  • Dr. B. R. Ambedkar - Chief architect of Indian constitution
  • Makhdoom Ali Khan - Barrister Lincoln's Inn, former Attorney General of Pakistan & ex-offico Chairman Pakistan Bar Council
  • Anthony Kennedy - Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
  • Rosalie Higgins - International Court of Justice president
  • Manfred Lachs & Sir Christopher Greenwood - International Court of Justice
  • Shami Chakrabarti - current Director of Liberty
  • A.K.Sen – Barrister & former Indian Cabinet Minister

Teachers & Professors

  • Anthony Giddens, Baron Giddens - current Emeritus Professor, Director
  • Roger Liddle –
    o Special Adviser on European matters to Prime Minister Tony Blair
    o Developed a new UK policy of positive engagement in the European union, focusing on economic reform, innovation and enterprise promotion; modernisation of Welfare States and labour market reform; as well as institutional issues, the Constitutional Treaty, and European Defence.
    o Responsible for liaison with business and trade unions on European issues.
    o Member of the Cabinet of the European Union trade Commissioner, where he advised on EU policy and their impact on the UK.
    o 2006 - Principal Adviser to the President of the European Commission, leading a team of economists and experts in the Bureau of European Policy Advisers advising on the economic and social challenges facing Europe.
    o Currently vice chair of Policy Network – an international think tank bringing together academics, policymakers and politicians across the progressive centre left; responsible for major projects on the future of the European Social Model, public service reform, immigration and integration, flexicurity, and globalisation and social justice.
    o Visiting fellow of the European Institute at the LSE

Sunday, December 6, 2009

The Fabian Society

History & Foundation

  • 400 years before Christ, a Greek philosopher Plato wrote The Republic – the beginning of Socialism.
  • In this book Plato dreamed of a "World Republic" headed not by a president, but by a royal "world philosopher king" or "prince"
  • Karl Marx & Hitler were great students of Plato.
  • In 1880 H.M. Hyndman founded the Rose Street Club in London, dedicated to the destruction of Christianity.
  • 1883 – the name was changed to the Social Democratic Foundation. Membership included Marx’s daughter Eleanor & Marx’s partner Frederick Engels.
  • Eleanor split from the group with her husband and started the Socialist League.
  • Jan 4 1884, both groups combined into the Fabian Society, named by Frank Podmore, a Spiritualist.
  • First meeting in the home of Edward.R.Pease, a member of the London Stock Exchange.
  • Names after Fabius Maximus, the Roam General who defeated Hannibal with slow, incremental steps.
  • The Coat of Arms was a “wolf in sheep’s clothing”

    Philosophy & Principles
  • The philosophy of the Fabian Society was written in 1887, and each member is obliged to support it.
    "It reads ... 'It (Fabian Society) therefore aims at the re-organisation of society by the emancipation of land and industrial Capital from individual and class ownership ... The Society accordingly works for the extinction of private property in land…
  • Fundamental principle is that a select brain trust should plan for, and direct, all of society.
  • They favor nationalism of land, believing that rents collected by landowners are unearned
  • Fabians, like other socialists, claim to represent a progressive society; but, like communists, they are devoted to dictatorship.

  • British Members have included –
    Sidney Webb – founding member, Secretary of State in Ramsay Macdonald’s Government
    Beatrice Webb – sister to Beatrix
    Eleanor Marx & husband, founding member
    Occultist Annie Besant, founding member
    Author George Bernard Shaw, founding member
    Author H.G.Wells – 5 years only, published The Open Conspiracy: Blue Prints for a World Revolution
    Author George Orwell.
    Havelock Ellis – sexologist
    Leonard & Virginia Woolf
    Ramsay MacDonald – PM of Britain
    Margaret Macdonald – Ramsay’s wife, Unionist, Suffragette
    Emmeline Pankhurst – original Suffragette
    Clement Atlee – PM in 1945
    Harold Wilson - UK PM
    Gordon Brown – current PM of Britain
    John Turner Walton Newbold – First Member of Parliament elected as communist

    Members Activities
  • George Bernard Shaw
    Wrote many of the pamphlets, lectured tirelessly on behalf
    Participated in the formation of the Labour Party.
    Provided the money to set up “The New Age” – an independent socialist journal.
    elieved that “private ownership of land & its exploitation for personal profit was a form of theft, & advocated equitable distribution of land & natural resources & their control by governments intent on promoting the commonwealth.”
    Believed “that income for individuals should come solely from the sale of their own labour & that poverty could be eliminated by giving equal pay to everyone.”
  • Sidney and Beatrice Webb published a book of 1143 pages in defense of Bolshevism. It was entitled Soviet Communism: A New Civilization.
  • Sir George Buchanan & Lord Alfred Milner
    1917 – co-ordinated & arranged major subsidies & funding for Bolshevik Revolution
  • John Redwood
    Head of N.M Rothschilds & Sons London global Overseas Privatization Unit
    Wrote “Public Enterprise in Crisis
  • Sir Robert Douglas
    Contracting consultant by City of London Banks, World Banks & others.
    Wrote “Unfinished Business”
  • Both books are primary handbooks used by central & local govt finance ministers & officers around world
  • Tony Blair
    Prior to becoming PM was Chairman of the Fabian Society
    Was Vice-President of Socialist International
    Wrote "The Third Way: New Politics for the New Century" calling for "ethical socialism" - published in September 1998 by the Fabian (Socialist) Society.

    Political Activites of the Fabian Society
  • Founded and financed the London School of Economics in 1894
  • Labour Party Formation 1900 -
    Many Fabians participated in the formation
    The Labour Party constitution, written by Sidney Webb, 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.
  • 1926 - founded PEP - Political & Economic Planning - concerned with the social control/management of people
  • Since 1997, there have been approx 200 Fabian MP’s in the House of Commons.
  • Fabian Society literally controls the European Union.
  • Asian Members include –
    India – Jawaharlal Nehru - who subsequently framed economic policy for India on Fabian social-democratic lines.
    Nigeria - Obafemi Awolowo - premier - used Fabian idealogy to run the now defunct Western Region.
    Pakistan – Muhammad Ali Jinnah – founder of Pakistan, Barrister, avid Fabian in theearly 1930’s.
    Singapore – Lee Kuan Yew – first PM – strongly influenced by Fabianism in his early days.
  • USA Fabian Society eventually became the League for Industrial Democracy (LID)
  • US LID Members have included –
    John Dewey - "father" of progressive education
    Hubert H. Humphrey - Vice President of the United States
    Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Sir Peter Vickers Hall
    Senior MI6 officer
    Member of British oligarchical Vickers armament manufacturing family
    Supplied both England & Germany with weapons during WWI & II.
    Top Fabianist in the U.S.
    Number one man in Heritage Foundation, Washington public policy “think-tank”
  • Daniel Coit Gilman – a Skull & Crossbones member, mentored John Dewey
  • John Maynard Keynes – Developed Keynesian Economic, which were favoured & adopted by Richard Nixon and faoured by Bush’s Chief-of-Staff Andrew Card
  • Walter Lippmann
    Influential American award-winning writer, journalist, and political commentator.
    Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in 1958 and 1962
    Appeared to be anti-Communism
    Later became a leading public advocate of the need to respect a Soviet sphere of influence in Europe

    The British Fabian Society plan to takeover the world by the City of London financial community was first published in a book entitled All These Things by a New Zealand author and journalist, A. N. Field. (I have personally spoken to her to confirm that she was persecuted after the publication of this book.)

    George Bernard Shaw, a leading member of the Fabian Society, said the Society made it possible for respectable citizens to support socialism without suspicion of lawless desire to overturn the existing order.

    He also stated: “Fabianism feeds on Capitalism, but excretes Communism.”

    And again: “Our propaganda is one of permeating – we urged our members to join the Liberal & Radical Associations in their district, or, if they preferred it, the Conservative Associations - we permeated the party oganisations and pulled all the strings we could lay our hands on with the utmost adroitness and energy, and we succeeded so well that in 1888 we gained the solid advantage of a Progressive majority full of ideas that would never have come into their heads had not the Fabians put them there."