Look at the Fabian emblem below. Do you feel your mind is being rammed first one way and then the other? Why does politics veer illogically first ‘right’ and then ‘left’, all the while with things moving in just a single direction?
The Fabians are creating the drama people need to make the narrative that holds you entranced – the good guys, and the bad guys.
Corbyn and Blair are both Fabians. Blair has been set up as the bad guy by the media, as was Thatcher beforehand, for Blair to play the good guy.
Now Blair plays the bad guy, and Corbyn is being trotted out as the good guy. Fabians are wolves in sheep’s clothing, their emblem.
Fox News is bashing Russell Brand (Fabian). Brand’s bashing Fox News.
The United Nations was set up by the Fabians. The agenda is a one world government.
Since the UN was created, the planet has never seen more wars. Divide and conquer. War sets up the situations they need to grow centralised power.
Corbyn will no doubt be used to commit Britain into further conflicts. That’s why he’s being prepared to take power in Britain, with endless daily favourable propaganda.
Only the Rothschild-owned central banks know why we have so many wars. They all follow Luciferian belief systems. Baphomet pose used by Russell Brand. They ran the opening ceremony at the 2012 Olympics. Fabians are not a think tank of the Labour Party. Their slogan is ‘Agitate. Educate. Organise.’ Watch out for more daily Fabian pantomime. The man of the people who’s going to save you is nonsense. They use data-mining to create their man of the people. They’re trying to hijack the coming spiritual awakening. Don’t be taken in, please.
But Mr Corbyn’s supporters should pause too, because every political movement needs a left, a middle and a right. Labour must remain a broad-church, welcoming of diverse points of view and open to everyone who is committed to a more equal Britain.
115 years ago the Fabian Society helped found the Labour Party to bring radical change to Britain. That is only possible when Labour is able to challenge the orthodoxy of the times, but also secure the democratic support of the British people and find practical answers that work. Principles are nothing without well-evidenced solutions. Ideological purity is nothing without power.
Members of the Fabian Society voted for all four Leadership candidates and we will continue to be a space for open-minded and comradely debate across the left. Our recent output contains a wealth of fresh thinking around which the whole party can unite. And today the Fabian Society launches a new programme, ‘Facing the Future’ which will help provide the ideas Labour needs for its renewal.
Through debate, publication and research we will bring together the broadest range of voices to challenge the Labour Party to do better for all those who need it most. This leadership contest has proved that the party needs a fundamental debate on its purpose, in our changed political and economic context. It must stay true to its enduring values, make itself relevant for the 2020s and broaden its appeal to people who rejected the party this year.
The Fabian Society has always been there for the Labour Party when the time has come to debate and renew. A Fabian authored the 1945 manifesto ‘let us face the future’ and the ideas of each Labour government were forged on the pages of Fabian pamphlets. Labour must face the future once again and the Fabian Society is here to make it happen.
Andrew Harrop is general secretary of the Fabian Society.