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David Miliband The current Labour Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs in the British Government, David Miliband, has worked closely with Prince Charles’ pushing his “green” policies through the British government’s foreign affairs department. David’s parents were both Polish Jews who moved to England during and after the Second World War. His father, Adolphe, changed his name to Ralph after moving to London during the war and in the summer of 1940, he visited Karl Marx’s grave in Highgate Cemetery where he swore an oath to him. Inspired by the writings of the Marxist Jew, Harold Laski, Miliband successfully applied to work with Laski at the Fabian Society’s London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in 1941. In 1949 he became Assistant Lecturer in Political Science at the LSE where he remained until 1972. By this time he had become one of the world’s leading Marxist/Fabian socialist thinkers. During the 1980’s he and others were involved in various Chesterfield Socialist Conferences out of which emerged the independent green-left magazine, Red Pepper (1994). Today Ralph Miliband is remembered at the LSE each year through the Ralph Miliband Programme Lectures, and every three years there is a Miliband Scholarship in Political Sociology offered. The Miliband Programme Lectures for 2007-2008 were entitled, ‘Oil, Energy Security and Global Order’ Series. Lecturers for this series were; Lord John Browne former chief executive of BP, Professor Michael Klare the Five Colleges professor of Peace and World Security Studies at Hampshire College and author of Blood and Oil, the Jew, Professor Nicholas Stern professor of economics and director of the Asia Research Centre at LSE and former chief economist and senior vice-president of the World Bank from 2000 – 2003, and lastly the Rt. Hon. David Miliband himself. The LSE is the global operation “nerve center” and think-tank of the Fabian Society, which since it was formed has directly controlled the policies of the British, Australian and New Zealand Labour parties, and indirectly just about every major socialist government in the world. Fabians were also responsible for introducing Communism to Russia and China. Many of Prince Charles’ socialist, environmental “green” policies introduced at a government level have come directly through the LSE. Although Ralph Miliband died in 1994, his son, David, is now following closely in his father’s footsteps.