I never knew about the Fabian Society. Great find, FOM.
This is pretty spooky:
Every one knows that Bob Hawke is one. In his speech to the Fabian Society in Melbourne on the 8th May 1984 one of the facts that he stated
was, I quote "I gladly acknowledge the debt of my own government to Fabianism". He also said in that speech, "The Fabian Society acknowledges the
principal tenet of Marxism, the abolition of private property, in this case to own land. They then align themselves with the non-violent arm of
Marxism by accepting the non-violent road of patient gradualism to total government."
For those who don't know, Bob Hawke was to all appearences a populist "working-mans hero" type of Prime Minister. Later it came out that he had all
sorts of shady connections and debts to big business. And now I see this, where he states, "I gladly acknowledge the debt of my own government to
Fabianism", a few more pieces start to fall into place.
So it seems the Australian end of things is covered as well, in this global web of societies, both secret and not, with an apparent social agenda; a
web which seems to interconnect all governments and all men of power and influence. And the two common factors these societies seem to have are:
1. Socialist philosophy, and
2. A gradualist approach to global change.
The economic failures of communism aside, socialism comes across very much indeed as a "wolf in sheep's clothing", whereby freedom and liberty are
promised but in the end the people enslave themselves. In fact, all the "isms" are simply socio-manipulative scams IMHO. If the Antichrist took over
tomorrow, his NWO would be socialist.
In regards to gradualism, or "incrementalism" as it is sometimes named, the scariest thing about it is that it entails plans that are intended to be
carried out over centuries. What that means is that any one of the people involved in these plans will not see their achievement in his/her
. And it is this key point which has me convinced that there is more to all this than a mere philosophical approach to life from men bored
as a result of their affluence, rather there must be a supernatural element to it. As if the grand plan were really a GRAND PLAN.
It might be interesting to see what connections the Fabian society has to other organizations and large corporations both within Australia and
[edit on 2005-11-25 by wecomeinpeace]