Fabian Socialism is the means by which the West is enslaved. It is a much more subtle and incremental form of Marxism that is fused with the Consumerism of Internationalist Capitalism. But the end goal is the same.
One enslaves through chains of gold, the other through chains of iron. A good comparison would be Brave New World vs 1984. The hardcore Bolshevik methodology of "boot to the face" 1984-style authoritarianism and gulags worked in the Soviet Union because they lacked the media, technology and institutional structure to implement a more subtle methodology.
Slavs are also much tougher and if a strategy that like would have been tried, it would have taken far too long. The Jewish Communists wanted to destroy Russia as quickly as possible so that they could have a oppositional force to destroy Germany with in the decades following the Bolshevik Revolution.
For the wealthy and prosperous West, it was decided that the "Brave New World" of Fabianism would be much more effective. The West placed a much higher philosophical value on the concept of Freedom and because of this, these Jewish Marxists knew that our freedoms had to be eroded slowly. This was not accomplished through violence and totalitarianism, but by our willful relinquishment of these freedoms.
But why would we just give up the freedoms that we valued so dearly?
Fabian Socialism gets its name from the Roman general Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus who was known as "the delayer". When faced with the superior military might of Hannibal and the Carthaginians, Quintus Fabius Maximus devised a strategy of forcing Hannibal to fight a war of attrition, slowly deteriorating the military advantage of the Carthaginians until they could be defeated.
The West too was slowly eroded away until our cultural, military and economic superiority was no more. The Fabian Socialists slowly infiltrated our government, media, financial system, military and academia until we were totally controlled by Marxist ideologues. All the while, the public was kept distracted and docile through artificial economic growth, endless entertainment and degeneracy.
Within a couple generations we had become shadows of our former selves, eclipsed by this all encompassing monolith of "Globalism" which was the end result of Fabianism. It is a combination of Communism and International Capitalism.
This picture depicts the stain glass window of the Fabian Socialists.
In it, two men are hammering away at a red-hot Globe upon an anvil. They are dressed opposite one another because this implies that the Fabian methodology is accomplished through a dialectic. This dialectic is a tradition that has been passed down since ancient times through the Freemasonic tradition. The Masonic Compass, G and Square is just another way of symbolizing the same concept.
Above them reads the words:
"Remould it nearer to the heart's desire"
Implying that the world is theirs to shape and that it is done purposefully. Behind the two men is a relief of a wolf in sheep's clothing bearing a red flag inside of a shield with the letters "F.S."
A more sinister and symbolic logo would be difficult to find.
It is also interesting to note that the name "Rothschild", of the Jewish Rothschild banking dynasty, actually means "red shield" in German, which is highly symbolic. The Rothschild family was, and still is, one of the largest supporters and financial backers of Communism worldwide.
Most of the founding Fabians were high level Masons which explains the deeply Masonic symbolism, of which I have only barely begun to scratch the surface of. To the symbolically literate, this stained glass relief depicts the scientific and deliberate methodology by which the West was conquered. But is not the "Cross and Crown" of religion and government the same dialectic in action?
Which begs the question of: were we ever really free to begin with?
Links and sources:
Council on Foreign Relations
George Bernard Shaw
John Rawlings Rees
Brave New World
Fabian Socialism by A. M. McBriar
Rules For Radicals
The Grand Chessboard by Zbigniew Brzezinski
Mark Passio on Fabianism and Incrementalism
Mark Passio on Fabianism and Feminism