Fabian Society Emblem - Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

‘pray devoutly, hammer stoutly’

"The Fabian Society is a very old group originating in England in 1884, with the purpose of forming a single, global socialist state. They get their name from the Roman general Fabius, who used carefully planned strategies to slowly wear down his enemies over a long period of time to obtain victory. “Fabian Socialism” uses incremental change over a long period of time to slowly transform a state as opposed to using violent revolution for change. It is essentially socialism by stealth. Their original emblem was a shield with a wolf in sheep’s clothing holding a flag with the letters F.S. Today the international symbol of the Fabian Society is a turtle, with the motto below…When I strike, I strike hard.”


The Fabian Window is a stained-glass window on display at the London School of Economics, and depicts Sidney Webb and Edward R. Pease hammering the earth on an anvil beneath the Fabian Society emblem. At the top of the window are the words “Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire.”

Fabian Society members founded the British Labour Party, the London School of Economics, the International Court of Justice at The Hague, and were largely involved in the creation of the UN and the League of Nations before it. They have enormous influence in global matters, yet hardly anyone knows who they are and what they stand for. …The UN’s Agenda 21 is an example of a Fabian Society program that sets international requirements for how people must live, learn, travel, eat and communicate. Its sole purpose is control of people, not protection of the environment"

On 24 October 1883, under the sign of Scorpio, 17 socialist Illuminati agreed to found the Society of the New Life in London. On 7 November 1883, a group gathered to discuss the formation of a new and potentially influential society. The group was split into two factions, and on 4 January 1884 one of these factions founded the Fabian Society. On 25 January, J. G. Stapleton was appointed its first chairman. The aim of the society was a slow and secret introduction of socialism, which accounts for its name, taken from the Roman military leader Quintus Fabius Maximus Cunctator (The Delayer). Through a clever manoeuvre he defeated the much larger army of Hannibal. The other faction carried on its activities for another fifteen years under the name of The Fellowship.

In May 1884, the Masonic journalist George Bernard Shaw became a member. (He received the Nobel Prize for literature in 1925.) He was relatively soon promoted to one of the leading Fabians. His mistress Florence Farr was a member of the Order of the Golden Dawn. Shaw suggested never calling socialism by its true name, in order not to frighten people away. He labelled himself a Marxist socialist.

In March 1885, the freemason Sidney James Webb (1859-1947) became a member, and the next year Graham Wallas, another Freemason, also joined. Shaw, Webb, Wallas and Sidney Olivier were called “the great four”. Sidney Webb founded the London School of Economics in 1895. It received economic contributions from the Masonic bankers Rothschild, Julius Wernher, and Ernest Capel. In 1912, Webb founded a propagandist periodical, The New Statesman. He was later to be found among the leaders of the Labour Party.

Other members of this group were the freemasons Edward Pease, Havelock Ellis, Frank Podmore, Annie Besant, John Galsworthy, R. H. Tawney, G. D. H, Cole, Harold Laski, Israel Zangwill, and Israel Cohen.

Fabianism also spread to other countries, among them the United States and Australia, as well as Canada, New Zealand, Denmark, Germany, Spain and India. In the United States the most influential Fabianist was Dean Acheson, who in 1933 did all he could to persuade the USA to recognize the Soviet Union.

The writer, freemason and intelligence agent Herbert George Wells became a member in February 1903. That Wells was a freemason was made clear in the magazine The American Mason (October 2001, p. 24). The Grand Lodge of Minnesota confirms Wells’ membership. Wells wished to act more openly and intensively and suggested the name be changed to The British Socialist Society. The conspiracy leadership did not approve of this suggestion, and in 1908 he left the group.

The secret goal of this group was to establish an atheistic, classless, socialist society, which would prepare the way for the final victory - communism. In 1891, the group joined the Second Internationale, which was created by the freemasons with the intention of turning England into a socialist country.

In 1890, the Fabians left the Liberal Party. Thereafter, they helped found the Labour Representation Committee, which in 1906 became the Labour Party, which in 1918 took over all the main ideas of the Fabian Society.

By 1946, the Fabian Society had 8400 members, among them Bertrand Russell, (Pandit) Motilal Nehru, father of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Ramsey MacDonald (British prime minister 1924, 1929-35), Julian Huxley, Aldous Huxley and John Maynard Keynes. A member was also Harold Wilson, who later became prime minister. Almost half the Labour MPs were Fabians.

The society’s headquarters can be found at 11 Dartmouth Street in London. It publishes The Fabian Journal and The Fabian News Magazine. The fabianists demand a total nationalization of industry.

In September 1902, the Fabians Beatrice and Sidney Webb formed an elite club, the Coefficients, which met once a month at St Ermin’s Hotel in London for dinner, usually consisting of some 10-14 persons. Later that year, H. G. Wells became a prominent member. Other members were the freemasons Richard B. Haldane, Lord Robert Cecil, Lord Edward Grey, Bertrand Russell, Lord Alfred Balfour and Lord Alfred Milner. Haldane, Cecil, Grey and Millner were ministers of the liberal government during the First World War. The Coefficients’ chief ideologist was Wells.

Many of the gentlemen were members of the Illuminati lodge, the British Round Table, also called the Cliveden Set, after the name of the Astor family seat. Lord Waldorf Astor became a powerful press magnate {The Times). This Masonic organization, founded and financed by the Freemason Cecil Rhodes (Apollo University Lodge No. 357, and Prince Rose Croix Lodge No. 30), on 5 February 1891, did nothing to hide its support of Lenin and Hitler. This elite organisation also included members such as Rudyard Kipling, Arthur Balfour and Lord Rothschild. After the death of Rhodes in 1902, Lord Alfred Milner was appointed its new leader.

Out of the Round Table grew a number of other organizations: in 1919, the Illuminati Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA) in London; in 1921, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in New York; and in 1925, the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR). The most important ideologist of the American Round Table was the Fabian journalist Walter Lippmann.
The defected illuminatus, Professor Vitus Renner, witnessed under oath on 7 April 1785: “The Illuminati fear nothing more than to be known under their right name. They hide under the cloak of freemasonry.”

The international spokesman of this conspiracy was H. G. Wells. In 1884 he had received a grant to study at the Normal School of Science in South Kensington, where for three years his teacher was Thomas H. Huxley, a dedicated advocate of the false doctrines of Darwin. Wells pointed out his decisive contribution to the undermining of the concept of God.

After the Second World War, Huxley’s sons Aldous and Julian contributed enormously to brainwashing the young generation with rock music, sex and drugs, thereby achieving social control. Wells later called Hitler his twin brother in spirit.

As early as 1855, the Masonic socialist Alexander Herzen observed: “It is possible to lead a whole generation astray, blind it, blunt it, and guide it towards the wrong goals…” (Alexander Herzen, “From the Other Shore”, Tallinn, 1970, p. 130).

During the First World War, Wells led the propaganda department of the British intelligence service. He was an adviser on the development of military equipment in both world wars.
In 1901, Wells published “Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human Life and Thought”, where for the first time he introduced the idea of an ‘open conspiracy’ leading to a “world state with one language and one government’”.

Wells demanded that the less worthy be killed. The Elite should decide who the less worthy was. Wells wrote: “For a multitude of contemptible and silly creatures, fear-driven and helpless and useless, unhappy or hatefully happy in the midst of squalid dishonour, feeble, ugly, inefficient, born of unrestrained lusts, and increasing and multiplying through sheer incontinence and stupidity, the men of the New Republic will have little pity and less benevolence.”

Wells emphasized: "They will hold, I anticipate, that a certain portion of the population - the small minority, for example, afflicted with indisputably transmissible diseases, with transmissible mental disorders, with such hideous incurable habits of mind as the craving for intoxication - exists only on sufferance, out of pity and patience, and on the understanding that they do not propagate; and I do not foresee any reason to suppose that they will hesitate to kill when that sufferance is abused…

They will have an ideal that will make killing worth the while; like Abraham, they will have the faith to kill, and they will have no superstitions about death… All such killing will be done with an opiate…

If deterrent punishments are used at all in the code of the future, the deterrent will neither be death, or mutilation of the body, nor mutilation of the life by imprisonment, nor any horrible things like that, but good scientifically caused pain, that will leave nothing but a memory." (Wells, “Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress Upon Human Life and Thought”, London, 1901, pp. 299-300)

In 1905, he published his book “A Modern Utopia”. Wells was of the opinion that the conspiracy could very well be public, as opposed to the secret plots of the French Freemasons.

In his pamphlet “The Open Conspiracy: Blueprints for a World Revolution” (London, 1929) Wells spelled out the main features of the Masonic enterprise:
· Control over the world’s natural resources
· Reducing world population by means of war
· Replacing a multipolar world order, consisting of sovereign nations, with one unipolar world dictatorship

Wells thought that the very existence of national states would inevitably lead to war and had therefore better be eliminated. A supreme race would establish the new world state. The new priesthood would consist of the “open conspirators”.

This all fits in with the aims of the Grand Orient, as published in 1982 in their magazine: “The concept of race, proved to be unreal by the discoveries in biology; the concepts of boundaries, annihilated by the development of communications; the concept of class, weakened by the progress of equality; all these outdated concepts ought to be abolished in order to fully integrate man in a universal framework”

It is, in fact, the great revolution of modern time, the real revolution, which remains and from which the Grand Orient of France can not be absent, if it wants to keep true to its own principles." (Humanisme, November 1982, p. 84).

Wells emphasized that ideas and morality should be controlled in such a way that people will “voluntarily” wish for the New World Order of ‘the open conspiracy’, which will be introduced a step at the time.

‘The open conspiracy’ is planned as an insidious network, a streamlined system, developing as a nation within the nation, eventually to abolish this nation and establish world government. This network is to act as “a kind of open secret society… informal and open freemasonry”. It will influence and direct the existing government in all conceivable ways. The ‘open conspiracy’ will be founded on Darwin’s ideas.

Wells stressed: “All these obsolete values and attitudes with which our minds are cumbered must be cleared out if the new faith is to have free play. We have to clear them out not only from our own minds but from the minds of others who are to become our associates.”

Wells considered it necessary that ‘the open conspiracy’ use this kind of brainwashing on young people, in order to create “better” people with the help of mass psychology. He called it “cultural struggle”.

The idea of the open conspiracy, according to Wells, is to kill the human soul, to destroy human conscience and morality and to turn human beings into creatures without will-power. The open conspiracy would take man his worth, since it will deprive him of freedom and make him a subject of a world empire. The consequence of this conspiracy would be to reduce the cognitive ability of man to see through the horrendous madness of the Masonic psychopaths.

People are following the Freemasons as if they are enchanted, as the crew followed the demoniacal captain Ahab, who divorced from reality, fanatically chased the ghostly white whale, Moby Dick. Eventually, he allowed the ship to perish, since most of the crew did not dare to question Ahab and the minority were unable to resist him. They were all entranced.

Wells admitted: “The Open Conspiracy is not so much a socialism as a more comprehensive offspring, which has eaten and assimilated whatever was digestible of its socialist forbears.”
“The ‘open conspiracy’ is not so much a case of socialism, as a more extensive plan which has devoured and digested everything useful from its socialist ancestors.” (“The Open Conspiracy”).
Wells’ plan has for the last 75 years, been implemented in a most frightening way. Wells was an ardent believer in “globalisation”, the most destructive goal of the Illuminati. Today the Fabians open conspiracy is carried on by the Society’s member and British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
The secret meetings of the Illuminati were called synods. Those who, within any one district, have achieved the middle degree, the epopts, constitute a synod. Each district has nine epopts. Their work is with propaganda that is they create public opinion. According to the Weishaupt constitution those belonging to the epopt degree direct public opinion. In the name of science, the Illuminati aim to turn the world upside-down. The epopts act as apostles. Those who achieve the degree must have abandoned their belief in God (Augustin Barruel, “Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism”, London, 1797). Wells was one such epopt.

Then there are of course the higher degrees (Initiate of the Sanctuary of the Gnosis, Rex Summus Sanctissimus, Frater Superior, and Outer Head of the Order (12th degree). Above them all is the Supreme Council of the Order, whose members are called areopagi. Their chairman is the secret king of the Illuminati, whose name and residence are known only to the areopagi. The areopagi are the invisible class, the hidden part of the conspiracy.

If, due to the criminal activities of an Illuminati member, there is a risk that secrets of the order fall into the wrong hands, he must commit suicide. The leadership demands suicide in such cases. To protect the secrets of the order, the adept Serge of Portugal, killed himself in the 1790s. Weishaupt pointed out: “No worldly power can save him who betrays us.”

The freemasons required an international organization, able to monitor all nations. It was set up on 28 April 1919 in Paris under the name of the League of Nations on the initiative of the freemasons Woodrow Wilson and Jan Christiaan Smuts (1870-1950, prime minister of South Africa 1919-1924), and was originally led by the freemasons headed by James Eric Drummond (English Liberal politician, 1876-1951), and Joseph Avenol (1879-1952). Its charter came into force on 10 January 1920. The League of Nations would, according to its propaganda, end all wars.

The Masonic elite had instigated the First World War, which lasted for four years, three months and eleven days. Eight million soldiers were killed, some twenty million civilians died from disease and starvation and in connection with social upheavals. Twenty million sol- diers were seriously wounded and three million were disabled. The war cost 100 million dollars per day. While the freemason government looked on, English businessmen sold food to the Germans, thus prolonging the war by several years. The deliveries were made through Scandinavian intermediaries.

The Masonic elite later offered its solution, the League of Nations, which would officially establish peace and co-operation between the nations of the world, but which eventually became a world government.

The Convention of the Grand Lodge of France in 1922 admitted that the League of Nations would lead to the formation of the United States of Europe and a world federation (Vasili Ivanov, “The Russian Intelligentsia and Freemasonry from Peter I to the Present Days”, Moscow, 1997, p. 476).

The attempt was a failure. On 25 September 1919, the US Senate voted against membership in the League of Nations. When President Wilson was informed, he had a nervous breakdown. Shortly after, he suffered a stroke that paralysed the left side of his body. On 19 March 1920, the Senate again voted against the United States joining the League of Nations.
Germany constituted the main obstacle to the realisation of the plans made by the British Round Table for a world government ruled from London and New York.

Lord Lionel Rothschild was an all-powerful member of the Round Table, who financed both Cecil Rhodes and the leader of British freemasonry, Alfred Milner. In this way, they were able to build their mining empire (DeBeers Consolidated Mines) in South Africa. Rothschild was pleased with Milner and therefore appointed him chairman of the board of Rio Tinto Zinc.

Before the First World War, there was already a high-ranking freemason, Rene Viviani (1863-1925), serving as prime minister of France. After the war he represented France at the League of Nations. In 1925, the prominent freemason (Grand Orient) and leader of the French radicals, Leon Bourgeois (185 1-1925), became head of the French delegation to the League of Nations (Pierre Mariel, “Les Francs-Macons en France”, Paris, 1969, p. 204).

Great Britain was also ruled by powerful freemasons on high political posts, among them Lord Alfred Milner (1854-1925), who in 1918-19 was the conservative secretary for war in the Lloyd George cabinet, and in 1919-1921 secretary for the colonies, as well as being a delegate at Versailles in 1919. During the First World War, he was a member of the coalition war cabinet.
In 1936, a delegate for the Grand Orient made a speech in Paris: “Is it right to use goodness against evil things?” On the contrary, it was entirely wrong in his opinion. Evil things included everything not beneficial to the interests of the freemasons and the Grand Orient in particular, even though it might further the spiritual development of mankind.

On 1 March 1931, the high-ranking freemason Gabriel Terra became president of Uruguay. Two years later he established a right-wing dictatorship, which lasted until 19 June 1938. Without the support of American lodges his rule would not have been possible.


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On 24 October 1883, under the sign of Scorpio, 17 socialist Illuminati agreed to found the Society of the New Life in London. On 7 November 1883, a group gathered to discuss the formation of a new and potentially influential society. The group was split into two factions, and on 4 January 1884 one of these factions founded the Fabian Society. On 25 January, J. G. Stapleton was appointed its first chairman. The aim of the society was a slow and secret introduction of socialism, which accounts for its name, taken from the Roman military leader Quintus Fabius Maximus Cunctator (The Delayer). Through a clever manoeuvre he defeated the much larger army of Hannibal. The other faction carried on its activities for another fifteen years under the name of The Fellowship.
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"This is the stained-glass window from the Beatrice Webb House in Surrey, England, former headquarters of the Fabian Society. It was designed by George Bernard Shaw and depicts Sidney Webb and Shaw striking the Earth with hammers to “REMOULD IT NEARER TO THE HEART’S DESIRE,” a line from Omar Khayyam… The window is now on display at the London School of Economics (LSE), which was founded by Sydney and Beatrice Webb.
“The window was subsequently stolen from the house in 1978,” says LSE’s archivist, Sue Donnelly. “It surfaced in Phoenix, Arizona, soon after, but then disappeared again until it suddenly resurfaced at a sale at Sotheby’s in July 2005.”

The window was purchased by the Webb Memorial Trust and now is on loan to the LSE where it is displayed in the schools Shaw Library. In April of 2006, the window was officially unvieled by a ceremony attended by (ed-then) British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who is a member of the Fabian Society. [1]

The Fabians originally were an elite group of intellectuals who formed a semi-secret society for the purpose of bringing socialism to the world. Whereas Communists wanted to establish socialism quickly through violence and revolution, the Fabians preferred to do it slowly through propaganda and legislation. The word socialism was not to be used. Instead, they would speak of benefits for the people such as welfare, medical care, higher wages, and better working conditions. In this way, they planned to accomplish their objective without bloodshed and even without serious opposition. They scorned the Communists, not because they disliked their goals, but because they disagreed with their methods. To emphasize the importance of gradualism, they adopted the turtle as the symbol of their movement. The three most prominent leaders in the early days were Sidney and Beatrice Webb and George Bernard Shaw. A stained-glass window from the Beatrice Webb House in Surrey, England is especially enlightening. Across the top appears the last line from Omar Khayyam:

Dear love, couldst thou and I with fate conspire
To grasp this sorry scheme of things entire,
Would we not shatter it to bits, and then
Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire!

Beneath the line Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire, the mural depicts Shaw and Webb striking the earth with hammers. Across the bottom, the masses kneel in worship of a stack of books advocating the theories of socialism. Thumbing his nose at the docile masses is H.G. Wells who, after quitting the Fabians, denounced them as “the new machiavellians.” The most revealing component, however, is the Fabian crest which appears between Shaw and Webb".

HG Wells was a key member of the Coefficients - and has been described as their ‘chief ideologist’ - so even if he was outwardly distancing himself from the overt fabians, after disagreements on renaming themselves ’ the british socialist party’ - having been a formative member for so long - Wells would have still had the backing of key individuals and also those in the original second fork - ‘the fellowship’. Because of his influential posItion Wells was still quite able to make a strong impact no matter what the public knew of him - which considering the range of his influence was actually relatively little.