Glenn Beck, 10.6.2010; Fabian Society And Incremental Socialism

Glenn Beck, 10.6.2010; Fabian Society And Incremental Socialism

(Editor’s Note: Please take the time to check out Part 2 of Beck’s history lesson on the Fabian Society as I have added a global socialism timeline from excellent research.)


This particular episode is an excellent history lesson on the Fabian Society’s beginnings in 1884 in England, eugenist George Bernard Shaw, H.G Wells, Margaret Sanger, how the Society influenced the formation of the English Labour Party in 1900, and what the Society has been able to accomplish.

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Boston Fabian Society member, Stuart Chase wrote ‘The Road We Are Traveling’ (1932) in which he details events that were occurring at the time that would replace the free enterprise system.

  • A strong centralized government.
  • A growing executive arm.
  • Control of credit, banking, and security exchanges by the government.
  • Underwriting of employment by the government either through armaments or through public works.
  • Underwriting of Social Security by the government; old-age pension, unemployment .
  • Underwriting of food, housing, and medical care.
  • Use of deficit spending.
  • Abandonment of gold.
  • Government control of foreign trade.
  • Control of natural resources.
  • Control of energy sources.
  • Control of transportation.
  • Control of agricultural production.
  • Enlistment of the youth corp.
  • Heavy taxation.
  • State control of communications.

Stuart Chase also wrote “A New Deal” and was part of FDR’s ‘kitchen cabinet’.

In 1937, the president told Chase’s father that his son was teaching the American people more about economics than any of the others combined. – Beck on Chase

The Fabian Society

The Fabian Society is a British socialist movement, whose purpose is to advance the principles of socialism via gradualist and reformist, rather than revolutionary, means. It is best known for its initial ground-breaking work beginning late in the 19th century and continuing up to World War I. The society laid many of the foundations of the Labour Party and subsequently affected the policies of states emerging from the decolonisation of the British Empire, especially India.

Today, the society is a vanguard think tank of the New Labour movement. It is one of 15 socialist societies affiliated to the Labour Party. Similar societies exist in Australia (the Australian Fabian Society), Canada (the Douglas-Coldwell Foundation and in the past the League for Social Reconstruction) and New Zealand.

Immediately upon its inception, the Fabian Society began attracting many prominent contemporary figures drawn to its socialist cause, including George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Annie Besant, Graham Wallas, Hubert Bland, Edith Nesbit, Sydney Olivier, Oliver Lodge, Leonard Woolf and Virginia Woolf, Ramsay MacDonald and Emmeline Pankhurst. Even Bertrand Russell briefly became a member, but resigned after he expressed his belief that the Society’s principle of entente (in this case, countries allying themselves against Germany) could lead to war.

At the core of the Fabian Society were Sidney and Beatrice Webb. Together, they wrote numerous studies of industrial Britain, including alternative co-operative economics that applied to ownership of capital as well as land.

The first Fabian Society pamphlets advocating tenets of social justice coincided with the zeitgeist of Liberal reforms during the early 1900s. The Fabian proposals however were considerably more progressive than those that were enacted in the Liberal reform legislation. The Fabians lobbied for the introduction of a minimum wage in 1906, for the creation of a universal health care system in 1911 and for the abolition of hereditary peerages in 1917[3].

Fabian socialists were in favour of an imperialist foreign policy as a conduit for internationalist reform and a welfare state modelled on the Bismarckian German model; they criticised Gladstonian liberalism both for its individualism at home and its internationalism abroad. They favoured a national minimum wage in order to stop British industries compensating for their inefficiency by lowering wages instead of investing in capital equipment; slum clearances and a health service in order for “the breeding of even a moderately Imperial race” which would be more productive and better militarily than the “stunted, anaemic, demoralised denizens…of our great cities”; and a national education system because “it is in the class-rooms that the future battles of the Empire for commercial prosperity are already being lost”[4].

The Fabians also favored the nationalisation of land, believing that rents collected by landowners were unearned, an idea which drew heavily from the work of American economist Henry George.

Many Fabians participated in the formation of the Labour Party in 1900 and the group’s constitution, written by Sidney Webb, borrowed heavily from the founding documents of the Fabian Society. At the Labour Party Foundation Conference in 1900, the Fabian Society claimed 861 members and sent one delegate.

Glenn Beck, 10.5.10: Tariffs, Goolsbee, Economic Collapse & George Soros

Glenn begins this program speaking about the Smoot Hawley Act (tariffs) that helped create the second depression inside the depression with a great chart from the Wall Street Journal that shows how the current administration is following the course of FDR. He then covers Austin Goolsbee’s ‘White House White Board’ class for us stupid moos when it comes to the Bush Tax cuts though Beck does call them the Obama Tax Increases. What Beck, once again, leaves out is the fact that if the federal government did not have the private banking cartel known as The Federal Reserve providing them with a credit card, we wouldn’t be $14 Trillion in debt. My choice isn’t between tax cuts or tax increases, it’s between real money or fiat money.

AYFKM?: Soros Thinks We Need More Stimulus

AYFKM?: Soros Thinks We Need More Stimulus

There aren’t very many people I detest more than George Soros (though Mishy does come immediately to mind), and his ability to write op-eds and have them published drives me bananas. His latest hogwash from the Financial Times, for example, writing about how more stimulus is necessary when we are close to $14 Trillion in debt.  Yeah, just keep digging would be Georgie’s advice.

America needs stimulus not virtue

But the crash of 2008 was primarily a failure of the private sector. US (and other) regulators should be faulted for failing to regulate. Without a bail-out, the financial system would have remained paralysed, making the subsequent recession much deeper and longer. Similarly, the US stimulus package was a necessary measure. The fact that most of it was spent to sustain consumption rather than on correcting the underlying imbalances was unavoidable due to time pressure.

Let’s remind folks, shall we?

‘Burning Down The House’

The op-ed continues:

Where the Obama administration went wrong was in how it bailed out the banking system: it helped the banks earn their way out of a hole by purchasing some of their bad assets and supplying them with cheap money. This, too, was guided by political considerations: it would have been more efficient to inject new equity into the banks but the president feared accusations of nationalisation and socialism.

Oh really?  If you aren’t reading Market-Ticker every single day, you aren’t aware of what is really going on.

Bernanke: I Am An Ass And A Looter

Worse, you can count the number of people who went to prison on the fingers of one hand, AND NOT ONE GOT NAILED FOR KNOWINGLY FALSE – MALICIOUSLY SO – SECURITIES SALES.

So they did it again.

This time in houses.

You know what happened.  You could have a mortgage to buy a house as long as you were breathing. No income, no job, no assets.  They even gave the loan a name – “NINJA.”  Bernanke knew this.  He was the supervisor of the banks.  He didn’t give a ****.  He knew damn well this crap was being securitized and sold off to people and that there was no way, on a long-term basis, these loans could be paid off.  These loans were given ONLY on the back of rising prices – nothing more.

Prices that had to rise 12% or more a year to cover a once-a-year flip costs – 6% for the buy, 6% for the sell, by the Realtards.  Maybe you’re good and negotiate 1% off per side.  Ok, the other 2% went to fees – fees that the banks got to keep, even if the paper was utter and complete CRAP.

Again, Bernanke didn’t give a ****.

Again, the bubble inflated.  This time in houses.  Bernanke claimed in sworn testimony as late as 2006 that there was no bubble and that housing prices reflected “strong fundamentals.”

BULL****!

Again the bubble popped.  You know what happened.  Millions of Americans lost their houses, millions lost jobs.

AGAIN, TRILLIONS IN WEALTH WERE VAPORIZED AND AGAIN THE BANKS KEPT ALL THE ILL-GOTTEN LOOT!

But this time, when the bubble popped, it popped a bit too early.  The banks got stuck with some of their own crap.  So Paulson and Bernanke went to Congress and threatened “Tanks in the streets” unless they got $700 billion.  They rolled Congress to save their friends who not only should have gone bankrupt, many of them should have gone to prison!

But even that wasn’t enough.  We still had a problem, and the market and economy was still falling apart.  So Geithner and Bernanke, really the same guy with two faces, went to Congress again and got them to force FASB to make accounting fraud legal.  That’s right – “make up a price for this asset and its ok on your balance sheet.”  They did it, and heh, the banks were saved (well, not really, but it looks like it.)

So again nobody goes to prison, the same people steal all the money, and Bernanke claims – again – that he couldn’t see it coming – even though he was the guy supervising it all!

What’s worse is that all the crap that was shoved in the box – trillions of it – is still out there, much of it off balance sheet!  Essentially every major bank has hundreds of billions of dollars of who-knows-what stashed where nobody can see or value it, exactly as ENRON did, and a couple of them have over one trillion in off-sheet exposure – more than enough to blow their capital to hell several times over if the valuations are not accurate.  Yet we can’t see, we can’t examine, and we can’t know.

If I can see this without having a PhD from Princeton, either Bernanke is a ****ing idiot who bought his degree and has an IQ smaller than my kid’s soccer shoe size or he’s a damned liar and has been intentionally misleading the American Public along with Congress for more than a decade.

Pick one!

Ok, so there’s history.  None of which Bernanke claims he could “see” with his much-vaunted “models”, remember?

What do you think the banks are doing now, having gotten away with all-but-murder (and maybe some of that too) with not one but two full sets of scams in the last decade?

Want to know the latest about Fannie Mae?  You ain’t gonna believe it; they are back to sub-prime lending games.

Fannie Mae to Sell Foreclosed Homes With Subprime Lending Terms

Thought those great low down-payment deals were gone? Think again. If you’re willing to buy a home foreclosed by Fannie Mae through the new HomePath program, you may be able to purchase one with as little as 3 percent down. Even better, that 3 percent can be a gift from a family member or other third party, or a loan from a nonprofit, or a state or local government.

Sound a lot like those subprime loans that started this housing mess?

The terms are similar, but the big difference now is that to qualify for those favorable terms in the HomePath program, you must choose one of Fannie Mae’s foreclosed homes, and you must buy it “as is.”

Here are the terms you can expect:

  • Low down-payment and flexible mortgage terms (fixed-rate, adjustable-rate, or interest-only).
  • You may qualify even if your credit is less than perfect, as low as 660, when most lenders want a minimum of 700.
  • You can qualify as an investor or owner-occupant.
  • Down payment must be at least 3 percent for an owner-occupant, but it must be funded by your own savings or by a gift, a grant or a loan from an employer, a nonprofit organization, or a state or local government. Investors must come up with 10 percent down.
  • No appraisal is required.
  • No mortgage insurance is required, but the terms of the loan may not be as favorable. You need to look at the options with your lender.

To get these very favorable terms, you’ll need to buy the home “as is.” But if you find the perfect home and it needs some renovation, you’ll be able to quality for the HomePath Renovation Mortgage. This type of mortgage will fund both the purchase of the home and some light renovation.

So the Dodd-Frank FinReg bill is tracking every financial transaction inside the country, but “omitted both an adequate down payment and a good credit history from the list of criteria indicating a lower risk of default as regulators sought to define a qualified residential mortgage.”

Subprime 2.0 Is Coming Soon to a Suburb Near You: Edward Pinto

‘Prudent Underwriting’

This was no oversight. Republican Senator Robert Corker and others proposed an amendment that would have added both a minimum down-payment requirement and consideration of credit history along with the establishment by regulators of a “prudent underwriting” standard. This amendment was defeated.

In early September 2010, Fannie and Freddie’s regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, following requirements set out in 2008 by Congress, finalized affordable housing mandates that are likely to prove more risky than those that led to Fannie and Freddie’s taxpayer bailout. As required by Congress, these new goals almost exclusively relate to very low- and low- income borrowers. Meeting these goals will necessitate a return to dangerous minimal down-payment lending, along with other imprudent lending standards.

Then add in ForeclosureGate from Market Ticker:

Kudlow Gets Into Foreclosuregate

Oh BILL! BILL GROSS! Calling You Out Dude

Different? No, Just A Search For A Bagholder

MERS/MBS/Foreclosure Goes RICO

See, I Told You So (Mass-Document Forgery?)

Foreclosure Fraud Update: Weekend Condensed Edition

Here Comes The Spin! (Foreclosure Fraud)

…and one of my current fav articles from Karl:

Some Inconvenient Questions For Our President

Since I’m in a particularly malevolent mood when it comes to politics today….

  • GMAC/Ally is owned by the US Federal Government. You, President Obama, indirectly through your Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, took it over as part of GM.  This happened on your watch and you cannot blame it on Bush.
  • We now appear to know that GMAC, along with other firms in the MBS marketplace, including Fannie and Freddie, have been using a series of “foreclosure mills” that are emitting tens of thousands of fraudulent affidavits that have been used to dispossess Americans of their homes.  (See Tickers here, here and here.)  There is plenty of question as to whether those foreclosures are proper or whether the original securitizations were valid in the first place.

Question #1: Mr. President, are you going to call a full-stop to all such foreclosures, reverse all that have occurred as a consequence of what appears to be massive and pervasive document fraud, and take personal responsibility for the mess in firms you took over as President of The United States?

Question #2: When will you be directing Eric Holder, your Attorney General, to investigate and file indictments against the officers, directors, and actors in these apparent foreclosure-mill scams?

Question #3: If it is proved that (1) the securitizations were not proper in the first place, and (2) not only were they improper but they were knowingly put together with either actual knowledge or reckless disregard for this fact, will you force the banks that were involved in constructing these intentionally-defective instruments to eat them?

Question #4: Yes, I know that if you do what is asked in Question #3 the banks will all blow up.  Every one of them.  There is some $1 trillion of this bogus non-agency MBS trash out there.  I don’t care.  Yes, I meant it when I asked if you would allow The American People some justice – just this once – from all the scams, frauds and schemes – even if it sinks your best friends on Wall Street!

That’ll do for starters.

Well folks, you get the idea; we are totally screwed and because the economy didn’t completely collapse, they are back to their old games with relish.  Flipping this Congress and then this White House to CONSTITUTIONAL CONSERVATIVES will alleviate many of these problems.

The Next Step Toward Global Governance? The North American Union

I personally believe the globalists are just going to skip the step where they combine Canada, America and Mexico into one super-nation, but there is some rather interesting information in the following two hour documentary.   The impending collapse of the dollar and the American economy will give them the opening they need to create their global government.

United We Fall from Press For Truth, an alternative media group based in Toronto that is “trying to expose the global elite and their plans for a new world order.”

A film by Bryan Law and Dan Dicks “United We Fall” is a documentary about the North American Union that is being developed right now between Canada, the United States, and Mexico. For years this topic has been debated in the news and in political circles as being a possible future for North America. In recent years, the mood has shifted and a rift is developing between those who want a Deeply Integrated North American Community, and those who wish to retain their national sovereignty. This film takes a look at both sides by interviewing both insiders and activists who have been at the heart of this heated debate. The film also looks to the broader agenda of building a world government and its implications. Featured Interviews: Robert Pastor (Council on Foreign Relations), Allan Gotlieb (Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg) Herbert Grubel (Creator of the “Amero”) Luke Rudkowski (We Are Change) Dan Dicks (Press For Truth) Vijay Sarma (Political Activist, Independent Journalist) Dr. Andrew Moulden (Canadian Action Party) Richard Syrett (Talk Radio Host)

The Long-Term Destruction Of The American Economy

If there is one article that you should read in its entirety today, this would be the one.

An excerpt from The Economic Collapse.  Make sure you hit the link and read it. Then consider the progressives in our government for the last 120 years (Dems and Repubs) steering this country off the cliff.  Think about Clinton and Gingrich, NAFTA, and Americans fueling China’s economic growth and then tell me that the globalists aren’t trying to collapse our economy.  NOBODY is this stupid.

11 Long-Term Trends That Are Absolutely Destroying The U.S. Economy

The U.S. economy is being slowly but surely destroyed and many Americans have no idea that it is happening.  That is at least partially due to the fact that most financial news is entirely focused on the short-term.  Whenever a key economic statistic goes up the financial markets surge and analysts rejoice.  Whenever a key economic statistic goes down the financial markets decline and analysts speak of the potential for a “double-dip” recession.  You could literally get whiplash as you watch the financial ping pong ball bounce back and forth between good news and bad news.  But focusing on short-term statistics is not the correct way to analyze the U.S. economy.  It is the long-term trends that reveal the truth.  The reality is that there are certain underlying foundational problems that are destroying the U.S. economy a little bit more every single day.

11 of those foundational problems are discussed below.  They are undeniable and they are constantly getting worse.  If they are not corrected (and there is no indication that they will be) they will destroy not only our economy but also our entire way of life.  The sad truth is that it would be hard to understate just how desperate the situation is for the U.S. economy.

Glenn Beck, 10.4.2010: One Nation Recap & The Violence of The Left

Glenn spends the first half of the show covering the differences between 8.28 Restoring Honor Rally and the OneNation rally on 10.2. He then shows the videos from the left about killing babies (BBC pundit) and the 10:10 global.org’s “No Pressure” that hit the wires on Saturday. I am guessing he doesn’t know about the micro-chipped student IDs at Sante Fe High School yet.

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Monster Interview On BlogTalk Radio Today

The Monster will be doing an interview this evening (11pm eastern) with The Dame Truth on BlogTalk Radio; ‘Back From The Rabbit Hole To Hell’. This particular interview explores some of the research I have uncovered in the last few months ranging from John Ruskin, Cecil Rhodes, Helena Blavatsky, the Theosophical Society, the Lucis Trust and the connections to the United Nations and the NGO’s that are running the world in the background.  It will help explain why I have turned my eye from the upcoming elections to the course patriots need to take in the future to get the United Nations out of our country.

Join The Dame and I this evening for a show that will shed some light on the insanity of our current world situation.

(P.S. Everybody wave to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Fran, the State Dept., and JP Morgan Chase. Yes, we are coming for your a**es.)

For more information please go to the Globalist Reference Page. To listen to the archive of the show, go here.

“The Flag Of Islam Will Fly Over The White House”

“The Flag Of Islam Will Fly Over The White House”

Just keep telling yourself that, Anjem.  (Pssst…nobody tell Anjem that there are more women in America the don’t believe in Islam or sharia law than property wearing burqas, and those infidels are armed…)

(H/T BB and StoryBalloon.org)

Sante Fe High School Students Tracked Through Their ID Badges

Sante Fe High School Students Tracked Through Their ID Badges

(Still don’t believe me that we are considered cattle to be tagged, controlled, and held in chutes while we produce a revenue stream for the globalists and the rest of the world?  Wake Up Moos!!!)

In keeping with fascist Nazi Germany, can you say “Papers Please!”.  Students at Santa Fe High School are required to carry a school ID badge that tracks their movements on and off campus.

Full article here.

So America?  How do you feel about the people that are supposed to be teaching your children about freedom and liberty using fascist control and indoctrination methods?  Do you still think the Dept. of Education which was only established in 1979 is such a great idea? Who is funding the ID badges; the state or the feds?

How much more of this bullshit are we going to put up with, and why are those students still enrolled in that school? What happened to their parents?

(H/T BB)

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