In another blog in the series of the Astor Family, one of the thirteen ruling families, we read that Fritz Springmeier, in his book ‘Bloodlines of the Illuminati’ wrote:

The Fabian Society was also connected to the Illuminati. For instance, Illuminati prince Prof. George Edward Gordon Catlin, a Pilgrim Soc. member, was a member of the Fabian Society’s executive committee. The Fabian logo is a wolf in sheep’s clothing!! Fabians like H.G. Wells, who wrote so eloquently on the New World Order with such books as ‘The New World Order,‘A Modern Utopia,’ ‘The Open Conspiracy: Blueprints for a World Revolution,’ was a wolf in sheep clothing. H.G. Wells made the New World Order something that sounded advantageous to everyone, a utopia of sorts. That is not what it will be. During the 1930s, the Fabian Socialists created the Political and Economic Planning Group (PEP). Mason Viscount Waldorf Astoria was a leader of PEP. A confidential program that the PEP created and implemented through the British government was later described in a book ‘Principles of Economic Planning’ in 1935. The book doesn’t explain why its cover has an ostentious masonic square and compass displayed on its cover.”

Springmeier also tells us that George Bernard Shaw was a communist and Fabian Socialist and was also the best friend of Lady Nancy Astor, who became the first woman member of Parliament.”

This site will be publishing a very informative series about the Fabian Socialists, which will open a lot of eyes. In the meantime, understand that whenever you want to learn about their plans, you must read or hear such plans from the horses’ mouths.

So, let us first hear from the horse’s mouth, George Bernard Shaw, what he had to say about the Fabian Socialists’ view on how he views the ‘useless eaters.’ Do not be fooled thinking that he was talking about those who commit crimes and are on a death row. In their doublespeak, he is talking about depopulation, as you can see from the line ‘And I think it would be a good think to make everybody come before a properly appointed board….’

“I object to all punishment whatsoever. I don’t wantf to punish anybody, but there are an extraordinary number of people who I want to kill. Not in any unkind or personal spirit. But it must be evident to all of you, you must all know half a dozen people at least, who are no use in this world; who are more trouble than they are worth. And I think it would be a good thing to make everybody come before a properly appointed board just as he might come before the income tax commissioners and say every 5 years or every 7 years, just put them there, and say, sir or madam, now will you be kind enough to justify your existence? If you can’t justify your existence; if you’re not pulling your weight in the social boat; if you are not producing as much as you consume or perhaps a little more, then clearly we cannot use the big organization of our society for the purpose of keeping you alive, because your life does not benefit us, and it can’t be of very much use to yourself.”

“George Bernard Shaw reopens capital punishment controversy”, March 5, 1931

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