By: Brian Evans
Over the past year, we have witnessed repeated attacks on President Trump by the ‘Never Trumper’ So-Called Conservative Republicans, in Media, by Progressive Democrats and others. They have lambasted his accomplishments, declared him unfit for office, and tried to belittle him as he fights for conservative principles. It has led many to wonder why these ‘Never Trumper’ Conservatives like Bret Stephens of the NY Times Republican’s John McCain, Mitt Romney, the Bush family, and others, are so quick to criticize and diminish President Trump’s vast accomplishments during his first term in office. The answer is one that is far more simple than most would think. And it goes to show how deeply rooted the Anti-Trump movement has become in both the Democrat and Republican Party. They have all been brought up believing in an ideology called Fabian Economics, which is a group whose radical ties run deep through the Elitist Political Class and the Elitist Wealthy Class in America, and around the world. It is a sinister group that derived its name from a Roman general who was known for delay tactics called Fabius Maximus. And it is a group that believes in two classes of people. An educated elitist political ruling class and everyone else.
This new society became known as Fabians, who established the goal of utilizing the democratic framework of a nation to gradually convert democratic societies into socialist states. It says its early goals were to reorganize society by the emancipation of land and industrial capital from individual ownership, and redistributing that property to class or societal ownership. It aimed to vest the property into the community for the overall benefit of the society rather than the individual. In the end, it sets a goal of the extinction of private land ownership, homeownership, and an end to private property. As a result, American’s or any nation under Fabian rule would be required to pay rent to live in a dwelling of the government’s choosing and pay rent for the use of the land they once owned to grow crops. The more money you are willing to pay the government, the better the soil for growing. Therefore, much like Feudal society with society divided into classes, Fabians believe that the higher up in education and class, the better off you and your family will live.
Fabian socialism came into existence in London in 1884. It was envisioned by its founders Frank Podmore, William Clark, Edward Pease, Edith Nesbit, and others who believed in Socialism, but believed it would be better to gradually and quietly convert democratic societies into socialist ones rather than by Marxist revolt. Some of the most important Fabian Socialists include George Bernard Shaw, Annie Besant, and Bertrand Russell. Along with their belief in evolutionary socialism, Fabians also differ with Marxist ideology through their belief in exclusivity. The “Dictatorship of the Proletariat” is a major part of Marxism that says pretty much any “worker” can join and be a part of “the cause”, but Fabians believe they are all members of high society, well off, and highly educated. Fabian Founders like Shaw, Besant, Nesbit, and others were all authors and academics, and the Webb’s were intellectuals. Others were born into well-off families. The idea of exclusiveness caused concern among the early Fabians like H. G. Wells who published “Faults of the Fabian.”
Over the years, many Marxists and Socialists realized that a revolt of the masses is next to impossible to achieve, except in the direst of conditions within a nation. That is why Fabian Socialists came into being. It is like the well-known parable about the boiling frog. The premise states that:
if a frog is suddenly put into boiling water, it will jump out, but if the frog is put in tepid water which is then brought to a boil slowly, it will not perceive the danger and will be cooked to death.
The story is often used as a metaphor for the inability or unwillingness of people to react to or be aware of threats that arise gradually. Likewise, Fabian Socialists use the premise that humans living in a free capitalist society will never accept and will resist the implementation of Socialism or Communism. They believed that capitalist societies if pushed to overthrow their capitalist government would resist, but if they do not perceive the danger, and if Fabians slowly and gradually morph their country from a free capitalist society into a socialist one over time, they would not realize what they have done until it’s too late. Fabian’s believe that people would be unable or unaware of the gradually arising threats until they are past the point of no return. Then, Fabians would have complete autonomy in implementing their socialist agenda and could fully implement a communist government without any opposition due to fear of survival by its lower classes.
So how are Fabian Socialists different from Marxists? In reality, their ends are the same, but their mechanism for achieving a Communist and Socialist State are much different. Fabians believe in the gradual movement towards its ends, while Marxists believe in revolution. Fabians try to camouflage who they are, while Marxists wear it as a badge of honor. This is why Fabians chose their name from the Roman General ‘Fabius who preferred to slowly wear down his enemies rather than direct engagement with them. Also, it is why Fabians in America go by names like Progressive, Fabian Economist, and Moderate Conservatives instead of being labeled as Socialists. It is why Fabian’s in Britain call themselves the ‘Labour Party,’ instead of Socialists. Also, the Fabian’s slogan ‘The Inevitability of Gradualness,” was a phrase coined by Sidney Webb, who also wrote the 1889 essay titled: “The Historic Basis of Socialism.” An essay where he reiterated the importance of using the gradual conversion of society from a free capitalist society to a socialist and eventually Marxist one. In addition to gradualism, Fabians promote the idea of permeating a nation’s political and economic infrastructure. In this way, they claim it makes it easier for them to not only control the economic, political, financial, and journalistic aspects of a nation, but it helps to push their gradual conversion of a nation towards socialism while hiding behind, and claiming not to be a socialist, but a Progressive Liberal or Moderate Conservative.
The Fabian Socialists also believed that to be successful, they must target college-educated youth in society, which furthered their cause for promoting a high-society elitist class. In response to this idealism of an elite class, a number of Fabians founded the London School of Economics to promote Fabian Socialism throughout Britain and the world. They have educated some of the world’s political class and mainstream media reporters like Bret Stephens of the NY Times, and Bill Kristol and Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard. Just a few of whom claim to be conservative but are truly Fabian Socialists. Over the years, Fabians have infiltrated most of the major Colleges and Universities throughout the world like Harvard, Yale, Stanford, University of Chicago, and most state-run colleges throughout America. Those colleges have in turn produced most of our Political-Elitist class, Corporate leaders, media journalists, tech giants, Hollywood Elitists, and infected virtually every corner of America and the world.
As a result of the Fabian collegiate and educational influence, it is no wonder that throughout America and the world, we have Fabian Socialists that have infiltrated, or permeated (as the Fabians like to call it) not only the Democrat and Republican Party, but our corporate leadership, financial systems, Google, Amazon, Hollywood, Colleges, Universities, K-12 Schools, professional sports, FBI, CIA, informational systems (like Mainstream Media), and virtually every corner of America and the globe. Former President Obama and Progressive Democrats, Republican Establishment leaders like Mitt Romney and John McCain, Mainstream Media (so-called Conservatives) like National Review, Weekly Standard, and Wall Street Journal are prime examples of Fabian Socialist influence throughout our own government and America as a whole. In fact, whether you call them progressive-socialist or Fabian-Socialist, the Democrats and the Mainstream Media like to parade what they call conservative journalists like Bret Stephens and politicians like George W. Bush in front of ‘We the People’, simply because they promote Anti-Trump and Pro-Socialist ideals. They do this simply because they know that these Elitist Politicians and Journalists are only conservatives by name. In truth, they are Progressive or Fabian-Socialists who have one goal in mind… to implement a one-world socialist/communist government that takes away our private property, eliminates religious liberties, and gives all the power to the political elitists in America and throughout the world. In addition, to continue in expanding their socialist agenda and empire, one man stands in their way: President Donald Trump, who has proven to be the wrench in the gears of the Progressive/Fabian socialist machine. He has done more to undo what the Progressive’s and Fabians have accomplished than anyone could have imagined. He has promoted the free market in America and throughout the world, Trump is taking power from the Educated Elitists throughout America, and returning that power back to ‘We the People’. In fact, it is for these reasons that the Progressive-Left is fighting so hard to destroy President Trump. It is the reason that the Fake-Conservative Fabian Socialists fight so hard to bring down a President who had done more for Conservatives and Christians than any President in history. In truth, it is because President Donald J. Trump is a man of the people. He fights against the Fabian’s and Progressives of the world. He fights to strengthen our economy. He fights for Christians. He fights to return the property to ‘We the People”. He fights for all Americans, regardless of class, skin color, or educational level. In the end, he may be the most hated man by the Elitist throughout the world, but he is proving to be the most admired man by the average hard-working American, or as the Elitist Class likes to call them… ‘Middle Americans’ or “deplorable’s”.