Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: The Fabian Society and the World Economic Forum

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by Dr. Mathew Maavak, Activist Post:

Their end-goal is a totalitarian Socialist World Government. The wolves were there in plain sight for over 100 years.

The Fabian Society was established in London in 1884 “To promote greater equality of power, wealth and opportunity; the value of collective action and public service; an accountable, tolerant and active democracy; citizenship, liberty and human rights; sustainable development; and multilateral international cooperation.”

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The original coat of arms of the Fabian Society depicting a wolf in sheep’s clothing

If this sounds rather banal and overly-familiar, read on, as it gets outright sinister.

From the onset, the Fabians wanted to establish a “socialist world government” which was a goal shared by similar movements of the era. However, while most socialist groupings called for outright revolution, the Fabians resorted to a gradual and surreptitious approach to achieve this goal.

According to author Jon Perdue, “The logo of the Fabian Society, a tortoise, represented the group’s predilection for a slow, imperceptible transition to socialism, while its coat of arms, a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’, represented its preferred methodology for achieving its goal.”

Early Fabians, such as Edward Carpenter, John Davidson, Havelock Ellis and Edward R. Pease were regarded as the embodiments of the “visionary Victorian elite”. Ellis, in fact, was a prominent eugenicist. He was also an (academic) expert on homosexuality and a melange of sexual perversions.  It is a matter of record that up till age 60, Ellis was impotent – right up to the moment when his wife urinated on him!  No wonder he enjoyed pissing on common folks, so to speak.

If children today are reeling from mass-sexualization and gender dysphoric curricula in schools, one only has to thank Ellis and his ilk of cultural Marxists for this state of regression. (The Woke phenomenon today is another bantling spawn of cultural Marxism.)

Other illustrious members of the Society included playwright and eugenicists like George Bernard Shaw; theosophists and freemasons like Annie Besant (who was later celebrated in a 1963 stamp of India); and Christian socialists like Charles Marson. This motley group was only a degree or two removed from occultists like Helena Blavatsky and the notorious Aleister Crowley.

The Fabians managed to insinuate themselves into the upper crust of the Anglo-American world as well as the urban working class. This dualism was yet another manifestation of the “divide and conquer” stratagem employed throughout the British Empire. As a side note, their support of the Muslim Khilafat movement eventually led to the partition of India and permanent ethno-religious divides elsewhere in the world. Yet, the first prime minister of independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru, was a Fabian who was mentored by Annie Besant – the British doyen of the Society! Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore, once admitted that his initial political outlook was shaped by Fabianism.

The Society, with lavish funds from the Anglo-American oligarchy, soon established prestigious institutions of higher learning such as the London School of Economics, Imperial College and the London Business School; as well as a variety of think tanks, advocacy groups and secret societies. These institutions soon proliferated like the tentacles of a planetary-sized octopus. Among them were an international network of subversive socialist parties and entities which – post-1951 – operated under the umbrella of the Socialist International.

The Fabians once even had 200 sitting members in the UK House of Commons. With such clout, they naturally played a significant role in shaping global affairs – going all the way back to the founding of the United Nations and beyond.

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