Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: The Fabian Society and the World Economic Forum

By Dr Mathew Maavak

Their end-goal is a totalitarian Socialist World Government. The wolves were there in plain sight for over 100 years.

The Fabian Society was established in London in 1884 “To promote greater equality of power, wealth and opportunity; the value of collective action and public service; an accountable, tolerant and active democracy; citizenship, liberty and human rights; sustainable development; and multilateral international cooperation.”

The original coat of arms of the Fabian Society depicting a wolf in sheep’s clothing

If this sounds rather banal and overly-familiar, read on, as it gets outright sinister.

Early Fabians, such as Edward Carpenter, John Davidson, Havelock Ellis and Edward R. Pease were regarded as the embodiments of the “visionary Victorian elite”. Ellis, in fact, was a prominent eugenicist. He was also an (academic) expert on homosexuality and a melange of sexual perversions.  It is a matter of record that up till age 60, Ellis was impotent – right up to the moment when his wife urinated on him!  No wonder he enjoyed pissing on common folks, so to speak.

If children today are reeling from mass-sexualization and gender dysphoric curricula in schools, one only has to thank Ellis and his ilk of cultural Marxists for this state of regression. (The Woke phenomenon today is another bantling spawn of cultural Marxism.)

Other illustrious members of the Society included playwright and eugenicists like George Bernard Shaw; theosophists and freemasons like Annie Besant (who was later celebrated in a 1963 stamp of India); and Christian socialists like Charles Marson. This motley group was only a degree or two removed from occultists like Helena Blavatsky and the notorious Aleister Crowley.

The Fabians managed to insinuate themselves into the upper crust of the Anglo-American world as well as the urban working class. This dualism was yet another manifestation of the “divide and conquer” stratagem employed throughout the British Empire. As a side note, their support of the Muslim Khilafat movement eventually led to the partition of India and permanent ethno-religious divides elsewhere in the world. Yet, the first prime minister of independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru, was a Fabian who was mentored by Annie Besant – the British doyen of the Society! Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore, once admitted that his initial political outlook was shaped by Fabianism.

The Society, with lavish funds from the Anglo-American oligarchy, soon established prestigious institutions of higher learning such as the London School of Economics, Imperial College and the London Business School; as well as a variety of think tanks, advocacy groups and secret societies. These institutions soon proliferated like the tentacles of a planetary-sized octopus. Among them were an international network of subversive socialist parties and entities which – post-1951 – operated under the umbrella of the Socialist International.

The Fabians once even had 200 sitting members in the UK House of Commons. With such clout, they naturally played a significant role in shaping global affairs – going all the way back to the founding of the United Nations and beyond.

But towards what end?

Appendix II of The History of the Fabian Society by Edward R. Pease, begins with this statement

The Basis of the Fabian Society

The Fabian Society consists of Socialists.

It therefore aims at the reorganisation of Society by the emancipation of Land and Industrial Capital from individual and class ownership, and the vesting of them in the community for the general benefit. In this way only can the natural and acquired advantages of the country be equitably shared by the whole people.

The Society accordingly works for the extinction of private property in Land and of the consequent individual appropriation, in the form of Rent, of the price paid for permission to use the earth, as well as for the advantages of superior soils and sites

This chimes well with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) contemporary promise of “you will own nothing and be happy” by 2030, does it not?  The similarities don’t end there. Shaw’s notion of doing away with “useless eaters” has been echo-chambered by top WEF ideologue and advisor, Yuval Noah Harari.

Fabian George Bernard Shaw also believed that the USSR was a “Union of Fabian Republics”; Lenin was the “greatest statesman of Europe”; and Stalin was “a good Fabian”.

Now, why would the Rothschilds, Rockefellers and assorted crème de la crème of the Anglo-American high finance, society and intelligentsia have anything to do with a society that aims to exterminate them? Because the Fabian Society and its contemporary WEF iteration, were nothing but “magnificent parasites” – to paraphrase Shaw. There cannot be a world government without a parasitic class that can routinely sap the energies, innovations and hopes of 99.99% of humanity. The United Nations and its tributaries as well as the World Economic Forum act as facilitators here.

As the June 2-4 1962 Socialist International Oslo Conference declared: “The ultimate objective of the parties of the Socialist International is nothing less than world government. As a first step towards it, they seek to strengthen the United Nations … Membership of the United Nations must be made universal”.

Rather alarmingly, the current UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is a former president of the Socialist International.

The Fabian strategy was two-fold: First, they cherry-picked certain economic theories to provide a “scientific” backing to their Socialist ideology. Second, through educational institutions, think tanks, and prestigious fellowships, they have created successive generations of senior civil servants and national leaders who are pre-programmed to implement Fabian policies.

Now, isn’t this eerily reminiscent of the WEF’s boast of penetrating national cabinets worldwide with young global leaders?

Even Russian president Vladimir Putin was singled out as being a WEF protege. As far as I know, the Kremlin has never refuted this allegation. It’s no wonder the war in Eastern Ukraine is dragging on indefinitely – when Moscow could have brought it to a divisive conclusion early last year. Yevgeny Prigozhin, a popular critic of Russian military strategy in Eastern Ukraine, was eventually assassinated. Those who fail to appreciate the Fabian false dichotomy will likely end up being its victims. Ask the early Bolsheviks.

Between the Fabian Society and the World Economic Forum, we have a global hydra of wolves at the helm of virtually every government. Swift global mandates, under these circumstances, would be superfluous and readily-executable.

After all, even the WEF admitted that the recent Covid-19 lockdowns constituted the “world’s biggest psychological experiment”. And governments still aren’t questioning the rationale behind this hysterics-driven farce that has tipped their nations towards bankruptcy. Instead, they are digging deeper holes for themselves and their nations.

To paraphrase the journalist Edward R. Murrow, “nations of sheep will beget governments of wolves”. Under these circumstances, the only option left is the Great Reset and all its attendant consequences.


4 Replies to “Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: The Fabian Society and the World Economic Forum”

  1. Lilas

    My comment has nothing to do with Helena Hahn(Blavatski)
    I have read all her books and also the books over her
    Connection with the ascended Masters.
    Youre comment is very arrogant.

  2. Lilas

    Thank you very much for your article.
    I never knew that Annie Bessant and the homo_pedo
    bishop Leadbeater,who abducted Krishnamurti,
    were members of the Fabian Society.

  3. Lara

    You mustn’t have read anything, or much, on Theosophy. Or, maybe you didn’t understand it; it can be a challenge to read. I highly suggest researching before taking an opposing stance. I am in support of my sister H. P Blavatsky. If you had read her books you’d know the content she wrote about wasn’t even hers. She travelled the world sourcing the most ancient texts and knowledge she could find–on all religions (unbiased). She had translations done where required and compiled all the related information into books for people to make of them what they will. She was a psychic, highly intuitive. I found her collections an absolute treasure trove.

    It’s quite sad you think lowly of her as she dedicated her life to helping humanity (service to others). She did an amazing service and, I am very grateful for her contributions. I got a lot from her work. What she learnt corresponds perfectly to what I have also learnt through my own studies. I recommend her books to those with ‘eyes to see’ and hearts to feel.

    It might surprise you to even learn thar H.P. B was subjected to “illnesses and betrayals” during her time. She got ”influenza” in the process and whilst on her death bed still forced herself to get as much completed as possible.

    If you dig a little deeper into your soul you will find the answers. These people are not your enemy, the game is one of deception through duality.

    I hoped I have inspired you to keep looking and remain open minded.

    With pure intentions and blessings to all.

    1. Sharon

      I so agree with the 2nd comment above on Theosophy and H.P.B. I have read and studied many of her works for the past 40 years and found her works to be on a higher level. These works have completely changed my life by helping me to find answers I have found no where else. To throw her in the bucket with all these other people who obviously have an agenda to gain control and power in the world is completely nonsensical! She worked with Spiritual Integrity and a Higher Guidance to bring the truth of religion and science into the world so that those students who are looking for answers may find them. As I understand it, Annie Besant was with the Theosophical Society who branched off from the original works of Helena Blavatsky which eventually led the Society down another path. I don’t know much about Annie Besant, but if you look her up, she also was a women’s rights activist, as well as a theosophist and as far as I can see in researching briefly, was involved in her world with intention for the betterment of humanity. I haven’t seen anything yet that suggests she was involved with Marxist organizations. I suggest the author of this book research more closely before throwing people under the bus who have actually contributed greatly to the benefit of humanity. To put these people in the same context as those who wish to control, use and destroy others puts a stain on them, another ploy of the darkness to obscure the Light of Truth and discourage others from researching the works of these people and finding Light in our world of darkness. If you wish to expose darkness, please make sure it is from a place of Truth and Integrity!