Gradualism and the Fabian Society

I would like to discuss a major issue that I have with the coordinated effort that is taking place worldwide to confuse gender, especially within what is known as identity politics, but is also found in things such as “net neutrality”, the Syrian refugee crisis, Trump’s “wall”, and a myriad of other hot button topics that seem to pass over our television screen in a coordinated method.  To the surprise and dismay of many, none of it is for the betterment of society, or done out of compassion for all of the poor confused people who need to be liberated from patriarchal oppression, but it has as its goal a worldwide socialist empire.

It is most obviously agenda driven, as there is a unified and coordinated theme running across media, print and otherwise, and across various governmental agencies ranging from counties, cities, states, and federal levels, as well as alignment and coordination that occurs from country to country. Without some form of centralization and coordination, this would never occur “spontaneously” as it supposedly has; it is being directed by an unseen and hidden hand.

The tactics being used are easy to identify as gradualism, which is a gradual and incremental series of changes that extend over many years with the aim to remove individual liberties, dumb down the population, and to cause mass confusion among the people—all in the name of compassion and love.  So what is gradualism?

Gradualism, noun, “a policy of gradual reform rather than sudden change or revolution.”

Gradualism is akin to boiling a frog while it is still living, without it putting up a fight in self-defense. Pretty much all political actions at this time are a wolf in sheep’s clothing, just like the Fabian Society’s coat of arms—nothing is pure or harmless, and none of it is actually “for the people”.

“In politics, gradualism is the hypothesis that social change can be achieved in small, discrete increments rather than in abrupt strokes such as revolutions or uprisings. Gradualism is one of the defining features of political liberalism and reformism [leftism].

In socialist politics and within the socialist movement, the concept of gradualism is frequently distinguished from reformism, with the former insisting that short-term goals need to be formulated and implemented in such a way that they inevitably lead into long-term goals. It is most commonly associated with the libertarian socialist concept of dual power and is seen as a middle way between reformism and revolutionism.”


This brings me to the Fabian Society, which pretty much invented and perfected the gradualist approach to affecting modern political change.

The Fabian Society is a “socialist society founded in 1884 in London, having as its goal the establishment of a democratic socialist state in Great Britain [and an international socialist world government]. The Fabians put their faith in evolutionary socialism rather than in revolution. The name of the society is derived from the Roman general Fabius Cunctator, whose patient and elusive tactics in avoiding pitched battles secured his ultimate victory over stronger forces.”

“The Fabian Society has in view the advance of Socialism.” ~Fabian Tract No. 3, 1885

The Fabian Society’s tortoise logo highlights their gradualist approach with the caption, “when I strike, I strike hard.”

Additionally, their coat of arms is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, insinuating that their gradual changes are deceptive, and predatory in nature.

The Fabian Society founded Britain’s Labour Party in 1900, and the Socialist International umbrella organization in 1951, with the intent of using their policy of ‘gradualism’ to implement a worldwide socialist dictatorship.

“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 so that it may become more and more effective … Membership of the United Nations must be made universal” (“The World Today: The Socialist Perspective,” Declaration of the Socialist International Oslo Conference, 2-4 June 1962).

“Labour remained faithful to its long-term belief in the establishment of east-west co-operation as the basis for a strengthened United Nations developing towards world government … For us world government is the final objective and the United Nations the chosen instrument …” (Labour Party manifesto 1964).

For more on the Fabian Society’s goal of a world socialist government, see the following link:

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