Such a grand conspiracy you imagine? As I sit watching The Time Machine movie, a version of H.G. Wells’ work, I am always curious about this concept of a secret society that operates behind the scenes to steer us toward a more noble society….a noble, clueless society.
“The Fabian Window, treasured symbol of the Fabian Society restored to display in the Shaw Library at the London School of Economics in 2006 after its disappearance by a mysterious theft in 1978….
Crafted from the the same stained glass that is admired in the best cathedrals of the world, the sinister Fabian Window depicts the image of two men—society founders—hammering the globe (from the top down no less) with sledgehammers—imposing their will on the world so to speak.
What Stoos describes next should run chills down the spines of decent people everywhere. “More ominous still—the wolf in sheep’s clothing. Amazingly, the Fabian Window contains an image—just above the fellows hammering the world—that is as clear as it is foreboding: the socialists are wolves in sheep’s clothing. I often wonder why they did not choose a less ignoble animal. What about a courageous lion? A proud bull? A vigilant hawk? A noble horse” No, they chose a wolf—a cunning, ravenous. devious, and scary critter—and cloaked him in a sheepskin. Why? Because, as Lenin taught, if you want to operate in a capitalist society you must disguise yourself. Put the sheepskin on and you can easily mingle with the flock. Until, you decide to shed the skin and consume the flock. The most frightening thing about the image is that the socialists make no apology about being wolves and living among sheep.”