The Fabian Society

28 Oct

The Fabian Society was founded in 1884 by Edward Pease, Frank Podmore and Hubert Bland.
The name comes from the Roman general Quintus Fabius Maximus Cunctater which means “the delayer”.
Fabians seek to change society and government to their Socialist ideals by delaying their goals and using the stealth of “gradualism” just as General Fabius did against Hannibal.
By exploiting the natural tendency of all Politicians to concentrate power, the Fabians have worked at supporting legislation to empower bureaucracy, thereby undermining Parliament and thus destroying the rights of individuals.
The Fabian Coat of Arms was originally the WOLF IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING, that may have been a tad too telling as it has now been replaced with the TORTOISE which portrays slow and steady, the motto of their tortoise is “When I strike, I strike hard”.
The Fabius Maximus of Australia is Gough Whitlam, the list of Politicians who are are members of the Fabians is horrifically large, such key politicians as Paul Keating, Bob Hawke, Barry Jones, John Button, John Dawkins, Gareth Evans and Bill Hayden just to name a very small sample.
Then there are the Fabian infiltrators within our bureaucracies and other areas of influence such as Race Mathews, Laurie Carmichael, Bill Kelty, Phil Ruthven, John Halfpenny, Rev Peter Hollingworth, etc. Lionel Murphy and Arthur Calwell were also members.
The list of Fabian policies, publications and conferences is awesome and leaves absolutely no doubt as to their political intent!!!
The Fabian Society is a KEY COMPONENT of the global mechanism that is transferring control and ownership of Australia to the forces of GLOBALISATION. Bob Hawke sold our original Commonwealth Bank (our people’s bank) without our knowledge or consent.
Using the tactics of Fabius Maximus, the Fabians are clearly succeeding in their restructuring of the Australian ECONOMY, it has been carried out so well that the populace of Australia are completely UNAWARE that it has happened.

 

Everyone 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.” 

THE INEVITABILITY OF GRADUALISM.

BOB HAWK’S INFAMOUS SPEECH TO THE FABIAN SOCIALIST SOCIETY

 

“FOR THE RIGHT MOMENT YOU MUST WAIT, AS FABIUS DID, WHEN WARRING AGAINST HANNIBAL. THEN, WHEN THE RIGHT MOMENT HAS COME TO STRIKE, YOU MUST STRIKE HARD, OR ALL YOUR WAITING AND DELAYING WILL BE IN VAIN.”

 

The Fabian Society is a KEY COMPONENT of the global mechanism that is transferring control and ownership of Australia to the forces of GLOBALISATION. 
Using the tactics of Fabius Maximus, the Fabians are clearly succeeding in their restructuring of the Australian ECONOMY, it has been carried out so well that the populace of Australia are completely UNAWARE that it has happened.

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.” 

 



List of Fabian Socialists

Bruce Lloyd
Kim Beazley
John MacKellar
Neil Blewitt
Paul Keating
Lionel Bowen
John Brown
Ian McPhee
James Carlton
Peter Morris
Dr. Richard CharIesworth
Andrew Peacock
Gary Punch
John Dawkins
Peter Shack
Michael Duffy
Ian Sinclair
Peter Duncan
John Spender
George Gear
Peter Staples
Raymond Hall
Thomas Uren
Gerrard Hand
Stewart West
Robert Hawke (Bob)
Ralph Willis
William Hayden (Bill)
Michael Young
Alan Holding
Michael Baume
John Howard
Peter Baume
Brian Howe
John Button
Ralph Hunt
Frederick Chaney
Roslyn Kelly
Peter Cook
John Kerin
Peter Durack
Gareth Evans
Janine Haines
Anthony Messner
Christopher Puplick
Graham Richardson
Susan Ryan
John Stone
Michael Tate
Peter Abeles
Arbi Parvo
Sir Robert Sparkes
Abraham Goldberg
Hugh Morgan
Kerry Packer
Rupert Murdoch
Robert Holmes-acourt
Alan Bond
Neville Wran
Malcolm Fraser
Gough Whitlam
Laurie Connell
John Halfpenny
Roderick Carnegie
John Elliot
Rene Rivkin
Christopher Scase
John Spalvins
Bruce Judge
Warwick Fairfax
Larry Alder
Sir Tristan Antica
And More