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British Revisionism and the Fabian Society
By: Niki Raapanahttp://nikiraapana.blogspot.com/ http://www.silverbearcafe.com/private/05.09/revisionism.html
What is the Fabian Society?
The Fabian Society (http://tinyurl.com/yjbkw72) was created in 1884 after a suicide note left by Derby Fabian Henry Hutchinson also left 10,000 British pounds to the Fabians "forpropaganda and other purposes." British Fabian socialism was created to promoteinternational communism and free trade with a friendlier face. Unlike Marx's open and violent revolutionary agenda, the Fabian's agenda was to quietly infiltrate and re-directestablished governments. The Fabians were instrumental in creating the Peace Movement, which is the perfect antithesis to violentexpansionism. Fabians also helped establish theInternational Court at the Hague(http://tinyurl.com/ydjnr63). The Fabians designedthe first League of Nations (the precursor to theUnited Nations).
Fabian influence on the creationof the U.N. is no secret, either.
While many Marxistrevolutions followed the prescription for violence(Russia, China, Cuba, etc.) others, like the U.S., wereinfiltrated under the Fabian model for "universal brotherhood and peace." Today the Fabian socialistmodel dominates in all global political movements.Like the imperial goal, the ultimate goal of communism and socialism was to control worldtrade. The Fabians began infiltrating the U.S. asearly as 1898. Emma Goldman represented herself as a Fabian socialist although she openly supportedanarchist violence and her influence on McKinely'sassassin in 1901 is part of known history. Goldman was deported to the USSR, but many other Fabiansremained behind to do the work. By the timePresident Woodrow Wilson took the U.S. into WWI,the Fabians were in key positions. These key Fabians drafted the first
League of Nations
. Asmore and more Fabian agents secured high-level government positions, and other quietorganizations became high-level advisers (like the Council on Foreign Relations), the
history of the United States underwent a profound change. For over one hundred years theoriginal U.S. system was slowly rebuilt to accommodate the Ten Planks of the CommunistManifesto.
And, the less Americans knew about the changes, the better for all concerned.
The founder of American communitarianism, Dr. Amitai Etzioni(http://nord.twu.net/acl/etzioni.html), is a Fabian. His latest book,
From Empire toCommunity: A New Approach to International Relations”
outlines the Fabian's