#2505: Spectre Trudeau Footprints – Serco’s Long-Range 8(a) Fireballs – Nine Eyes Paris Nukes
1. AD ASSERTS THAT SPECTRE HAS ORDERED THE CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER AND FABIAN JUSTIN TRUDEAU TO REDUCE THE CARBON FOOTPRINTS of those least suited to lead the human race towards progressive globalization and the elimination of the sovereign state.
2. AD ASSERTS THAT SPECTRE HAS BEEN HIRING SERCO’S (RCA GB 1929) LONG-RANGE 8(A) ‘FIREBALL’ COMPANIES and helping Trudeau’s fellow Fabians kill or intimidate climate-change deniers such as the victims and their employer defendants at the Lac-Mégantic show trial.
3. AD ASSERTS THAT SPECTRE HAS MOVED NINE-EYES NUKES TO THE SUBURBS OF PARIS where Serco mentors from the Atomic Weapons Establishment and their long-range 8(a) protegees will extort carbon footprint concessions from delegates at the UN climate-change conference (Nov. 30 – Dec. 13).
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“Who are the Nine Eyes in Spectre (James Bond 24)?
Spoiler Alert : in the 2015 James Bond film, Spectre, there is mention of a new intelligence organisation that they’re setting up called Nine Eyes.
What organisations or nations would have been involved ? (Couldn’t work it out during film)
Graeme Shimmin, I write Bond-influenced novels and so have researched them all.
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It’s not an organisation, it’s an intelligence-gathering alliance named for its real world counterpart the Five Eyes*
The Five Eyes comprise the main English-speaking countries who have been interoperating in intelligence-gathering since World War Two.
In real life, there’s also two looser intelligence-sharing alliances:
The Nine Eyes: The Five Eyes plus Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands and France.
The Fourteen Eyes: The two above groups plus Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, and Italy
It is clearly established in Spectre that South Africa is one of the countries in the Nine Eyes group (as it vetoes its creation) [China is also in the presentation by “C”]. Which perhaps implies that it’s an alliance of English-speaking countries. But the meeting is in Japan, which perhaps implies it’s an alliance of the G8+South Africa (for some reason).
In the end I think it’s unclear exactly who is in – but the implication of the conversations the characters have is that the Nine Eyes will have total surveillance of the entire world, which the Five Eyes already has in theory – the countries of the alliance have responsibility for surveillance throughout the world, it’s not like they’re listening to everything.”
“France reinstating border controls for UN climate conference
The Associated Press
Published Friday, November 6, 2015 4:06AM EST
Last Updated Friday, November 6, 2015 5:48AM EST
PARIS – France will reinstate controls on its borders – normally open to other countries in Europe’s free-travel zone – for the period around a major U.N. climate conference in Paris, the interior minister said Friday.
Authorities are on alert for violent protesters as well as potential terror attacks around the Nov. 30-Dec. 11 conference. Some 80 heads of state including President Barack Obama, and tens of thousands of other people, are expected in Paris for the conference opening.
Bernard Cazeneuve said on BFM television Friday that the controls will be in place for a month “in the context of terrorist threats that could come and stain this large international gathering that is carrying a grand message for humanity.”
For climate talks, Paris site must be greener than green
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Europe’s so-called Schengen zone of countries with open borders allows for occasional reintroduction of internal border checks, which some countries have done amid this year’s migrant crisis.
France submitted a note to European Union authorities last month announcing border checks at all airports with international flights and at 131 land crossings with Belgium, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and Luxembourg, according to an EU document. The French note cites Schengen rules allowing controls “when there is a serious threat to public policy.”
France is still reeling from deadly attacks by Islamic extremists in January on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a kosher grocery. Since then, the country has seen several other smaller attacks or attempts, including when a heavily armed Islamic radical was prevented by young American passengers from attacking a high-speed train in August. France is also bombing Islamic State targets in Syria and Iraq as part of a U.S.-led coalition, and has troops fighting extremists in Africa.
The climate conference is aimed at reaching the most ambitious accord to date for world governments to reduce emissions that cause global warming.
Organizers expect at least 40,000 people in addition to tens of thousands of activists from environmental, human rights and other groups from around the world. A big march is planned through Paris Nov. 29, and protest groups plan to try to blockade the conference site Dec. 11 and 12, as well as several other smaller-scale actions.
France faces routine protests that are largely peaceful but sometimes degenerate into violence by an extremist fringe. The country saw particularly violent protests during a NATO summit in Strasbourg in 2009, when members of the violence-prone “black bloc” attacked police and set a hotel and customs station ablaze, leaving many injured and disrupting official meetings.
The U.S. Embassy in Paris has warned American citizens to be particularly vigilant around the climate conference.
The last time France reinstated national border controls was for a Group of 20 summit in Cannes in 2011″
“Accused plead not guilty to federal charges in Lac-Mégantic derailment
LAC-MEGANTIC, Que. — The Canadian Press
Published Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015 4:46PM EST
Last updated Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015 4:48PM EST
A number of accused have pleaded not guilty to federal charges laid in connection with the 2013 Lac-Megantic train derailment.
The accused are all former employees of now-defunct Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway Ltd., and most were represented by lawyers in court on Thursday.
In addition to Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Canada and Montreal, its defunct U.S. parent Maine and Atlantic Railway Ltd., six former employees in the United States and Canada were charged under the Railway Safety Act for failing to ensure the train’s brakes were properly set before it was left unmanned the night of the disaster.
The same six as well as a seventh person also face charges relating to Fisheries Act violations following an Environment Canada investigation regarding the crude oil that flowed into Lac-Megantic and the Chaudiere River.
The July 2013 disaster claimed 47 lives in the small Quebec town and forced thousands from their homes as fire from the derailed train engulf a destroyed most of the town’s downtown core.
Most were represented by lawyers but train engineer Thomas Harding appeared alongside his lawyer, Thomas Walsh, at the courthouse on Thursday.
Walsh told The Canadian Press this week that his client would appear in person.
He called Thursday’s proceedings a “show trial” because he said none of the accused have any money to pay fines if they’re found guilty.
Walsh said he thought the federal government was going after his client as a way to distract the public from Ottawa’s shortcomings regarding rail safety.
The Public Prosecution Service of Canada says the evidence was divulged to the accused during the hearing in Lac-Megantic, Que. and the case returns to court on Jan. 28.
The charges were announced initially at the end of June.
The six charged with the Railway Act violations are former railway president Robert Grindrod; company executives Lynne Ellen Labonte and Kenneth Strout; train driver Harding; manager of train operations Jean Demaitre; and the company’s assistant transportation director, Mike Horan.
A conviction on the summary charges carries a maximum fine of $50,000, a maximum jail term of six months, or both.
Those six, as well as railway traffic controller Richard Labrie, are charged in the fisheries case, which carries a maximum penalty of $1-million.
Already, Harding, Demaitre and Labrie have each pleaded not guilty to 47 counts of criminal negligence causing death, a charge that carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.
That case, brought on by Quebec’s director of public prosecutions, returns to court on Dec. 1 to possibly set a trial date.”
“Serco recognised as a leader in climate change reporting 22 October 2014 Serco, the international service company, has been commended by not-for-profit organisation CDP for its approach to the disclosure of climate change information. For the fifth consecutive year Serco is featured in CDP’s “Climate Disclosure Leadership Index” and sits in the top 10 per cent of FTSE 350 organisations. CDP represents 767 institutional investors with more than US$92 trillion in assets, and the index highlights companies providing a high level of transparency in their disclosure of climate-related information to investors and the global marketplace. It provides an evaluation tool for institutional investors and other stakeholders, and is based on analysis of greenhouse gas emissions, emissions reduction targets and the risks and opportunities associated with climate change. Robert Smith, Serco’s Director of Business Compliance and Ethics, said: “Serco takes climate change reporting extremely seriously and I am very pleased that we are recognised in the top 10 per cent of FTSE 350 organisations in the CDP’s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index. It is extremely important to us that we are transparent in our climate change disclosure so that stakeholders can see that we are continually managing our environmental performance.” Paul Simpson, chief executive officer of CDP, commented: “Global greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise and we face steep financial risk if we do not mitigate them. The need for data on corporate climate change impacts and strategies to reduce them has never been greater. For this reason we congratulate those businesses that have achieved a position on CDP’s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index. These companies are responding to the ever-growing demand for environmental accountability and should inspire others to follow suit.” The FTSE 350 report including names of companies featured in the Climate Disclosure Leadership Index can be found at www.cdproject.net”
“Entire Liberal cabinet responsible for climate-change agenda: Dion
OTTAWA — The Globe and Mail
Published Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015 6:00AM EST
Last updated Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015 6:05AM EST
All Liberal cabinet ministers have been charged with ensuring the success of the new government’s commitments on climate change, Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion said in an interview Wednesday as he prepares to engage the country’s diplomatic corps in the international fight against global warming.
A veteran climate warrior, Mr. Dion will play a pivotal role in the Liberal government’s climate agenda, both as minister for global affairs and as chair of the cabinet committee on environment, climate change and energy. He is expected to join Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna at the Paris climate summit at the end of the month, though he would not confirm his attendance on Wednesday.
Mr. Trudeau signalled a heightened commitment when he appointed his cabinet last week by adding the words “climate change” to the name of the Environment Ministry, a move that raised some concerns in Calgary’s battered oil industry. But Mr. Dion said that the effort will be much broader, suggesting all major economic decisions will face a climate-change test.
“The old system was to give the file of the environment to the minister of environment and say to her or him, ‘Deal with it, be the hero of the environmental groups but don’t bother us because we have jobs to create and an economy to grow,'” he said. “That will not work. … [Ms. McKenna] will succeed only if all of us [in cabinet] have a green orientation and sensitivity.”
Mr. Dion served as environment minister under former prime minister Paul Martin, and he controversially campaigned on a proposed carbon tax when he was Liberal leader in the 2008 election in which the Conservatives secured their second minority government. He is clearly thrilled to be back in a position where he can pursue an environmental agenda.
“The reason we worked so hard is because we have a plan for the country and we wanted an opportunity to implement it. And for that, we needed a mandate,” he said. “Within this mandate, you have the ability for Canada to be part of the solution to climate change and not only part of the problem. And that’s fantastic.”
To succeed in a world battered by global warming, he said Canada needs to adopt more energy-efficient lifestyles and business approaches, switch from fossil fuels to renewables and adapt to more extreme weather events that cause flooding and other damage. And that requires not only a federal effort, he said, but provinces, municipalities, corporations and individuals taking action.
Mr. Dion pledged that Canada will work for an ambitious agreement in Paris, likely to be reviewed after five years to ensure the world is on track. He said Ottawa will pursue a North American climate and energy accord with the United States and Mexico. And he said the country’s diplomatic and aid effort will focus on the instability and human tragedy that will result from the growing climate crisis.
Environmental groups are urging Mr. Trudeau to commit to an aggressive new target prior to the Paris meeting, arguing the Conservative goal of cutting emissions by 30 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030 is seriously deficient. During the election campaign, the New Democratic Party proposed a target of 34 per cent below 1990 levels by 2025.
The government plans to establish a new target after both the summit and a session with the premiers in which Mr. Trudeau hopes to hammer out a national strategy. Several provinces, including Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, are set to announce new climate plans that will feed into that pan-Canadian effort. Ms. McKenna has said the Conservatives’ 2030 target will serve as a floor.
Mr. Dion sought to lower expectations that the Liberal government will aim substantially higher, noting the country is already well behind on meeting the 2020 target of 17 per cent below 2005 levels, adopted by former prime minister Stephen Harper at the Copenhagen summit in 2009.
“We need to be serious in Canada about the plan for the target and not only have a nice target that will look good,” Mr. Dion said. He added that it is difficult to compare Canada’s target with that of the United States because the United States has the relatively inexpensive option of switching from coal to low-cost natural gas to fuel its electricity system; Canada’s cost per tonne of GHG reduction is generally higher than the U.S. figure.
“But we need to take into account the cost of not reducing emissions – the cost of not being perceived as good climate citizens of the world.” he said. “It’s not only a cost; it’s a change we need to do in order to be a modern country. … We are a trading nation; we need to be well accepted around the world with our products and our goods.”
Mr. Dion said the government will deliver on commitments to slash fossil-fuel subsidies to producers, which the industry regards as critical incentives that allow them to explore and replace depleting resources.
He said the Liberals have promised to spend billions of dollars on mass transit, green infrastructure and a green investment fund, but will insist that provinces demonstrate real greenhouse-gas (GHG) reductions before the money flows to them for specific projects. “Show us the tonnes [of GHG reductions] and we’ll show you the money,” he said.
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“8(a) Business Development Program The 8(a) Business Development Program [controlled through Serco protégée Base One Technologies and Clinton server] assists in the development of small businesses owned and operated by individuals who are socially and economically disadvantaged, such as women and minorities. The following ethnic groups are classified as eligible: Black Americans; Hispanic Americans; Native Americans (American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, or Native Hawaiians); Asian Pacific Americans (persons with origins from Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Japan [Mineta interned in WWII], China (including Hong Kong), Taiwan, Laos, Cambodia (Kampuchea), Vietnam, Korea, The Philippines, U.S. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (Republic of Palau), Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Samoa, Macao, Fiji, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu, or Nauru); Subcontinent Asian Americans (persons with origins from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, the Maldives Islands or Nepal). In 2011, the SBA, along with the FBI and the IRS, uncovered a massive scheme to defraud this program. Civilian employees of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, working in concert with an employee of Alaska Native Corporation Eyak Technology LLC allegedly submitted fraudulent bills to the program, totaling over 20 million dollars, and kept the money for their own use. It also alleged that the group planned to steer a further 780 million dollars towards their favored contractor.”
“NVC Contract Award. On January 31, 2006, in a re-competition for our expiring National [Sceptre] Visa Center, or NVC, contract, we [Serco] were awarded the successor contract for the NVC contract by the Department of State. Under the contract, we anticipate performing over 20 million immigrant visa transactions each year at the NVC in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and at the Kentucky Consular Center in Williamsburg, Kentucky. The prime contract has a one-year base period and four one-year options with a potential value of approximately $84 million, inclusive of the options. The prior NVC contract generated 9.1% of our total revenues in fiscal 2005 and 9.2% of our total revenues in fiscal 2004.”
“Canada 2020 and the New Malthusian Takeover of Canada
Matthew Ehret / March 12, 2014
By Matthew Ehret-Kump
Today, the Canadian political landscape is being remoulded by a grouping of British agents who seek to accomplish an overhaul of the Liberal Party structure in line with the reform conducted 54 years ago with the British-run ouster of the “continentalist” liberals of C.D. Howe and Prime Minister St. Laurent during the interim period of 1957-1963.
This 1957-1963 destruction of the once pro-development spirit of the Liberal Party of Canada was replaced by a Fabian Society/Rhodes Scholar-run instrument of technocratic fascism culminating in the 1968-72 revolution in cybernetic affairs early on in the mandate of Pierre Elliot Trudeau. This federal “Quiet Revolution” put a complete halt to scientific and technological progress and ushered in the green destruction of the pro-development orientation that had hitherto dominated top down policy making and mass popular consciousness in Canada and replaced it with a new oligarchical system of control in government based on Trudeau’s commitment to Cybernetics and Systems Analysis. In fact, as Julian Huxley outlined over 20 years earlier, Cybernetics and Systems Analysis-thinking would be the tools selected to repackage “Eugenics” and “Malthusianism” under new names.”
“March 8, 2009
Obama and the Triumph of the Fabians
By Michael Filozof
In 1945, the United Kingdom implemented a program of change at the hands of a new left wing government. The structure of support built up in previous decades, the way change was sold to the public, outcomes themselves have much to teach us about America’s future.
To most Americans, the iconic image of British strength, resolve, and power is that of the cigar-chomping, bulldog-faced Winston Churchill defiantly growling “we shall never surrender” and “this is our finest hour” as Nazi bombs rained down on London every night during the summer of 1940.
Churchill almost single-handedly saved Britain from defeat at the hands of the Nazis, stepping up to become Prime Minister after Neville Chamberlain resigned in disgrace after diplomatic attempts to achieve “peace in our time” with Hitler proved folly.
But relatively few Americans may be aware that, despite his historic victory over one of the most evil regimes in history, Churchill was unceremoniously booted by British voters when his Conservative Party was defeated within weeks of Germany’s surrender.
What followed marked the beginning of the end for the greatest empire since Rome.
The election of 1945 was a decisive victory for Britain’s Labour Party. Labour gained 394 seats in the 640-seat House of Commons, named Clement Attlee as Prime Minister, and implemented historic changes in Britain, turning a once-great empire into a second-rate socialist welfare state in a span of 20 years.
The Labour government nationalized key industries in Britain, including rail, mining, air transport, utilities, and communications. Labour also created a “cradle-to-grave” welfare state and nationalized medicine with the creation of the National Health Service. Oppressive taxation was enacted to pay for the massive increase in government spending; by the 1970s income and estate taxes on the wealthy had skyrocketed to 80%.
In foreign policy, the Labour government engaged in wholesale decolonization, and the world is much worse off as a result. In 1947 British India was decolonized and partitioned into Hindu India and Muslim Pakistan. The resulting chaos displaced 12 million refugees and caused a million deaths. Sixty years and several wars later the former colonies are nuclear-armed powers, still locked in chronic tension over control of the mountain region of Kashmir.
Burma, Ceylon, and the Palestinian Mandate were also decolonized in the immediate postwar period. Burma — now Myanmar — is home to one of the most repressive military dictatorships in the world. Ceylon, now Sri Lanka, is experiencing a decades-long guerrilla war, and the 60-year Arab-Israeli conflict in the former Palestinian Mandate knows no end. In subsequent decades, Britain also withdrew from East Africa, leaving in its wake the oppressive 30-year dictatorship of Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe and a tribally-divided Kenya, recently wracked by election violence. Sudan, another former East African possession of the British Empire, is home to the ongoing genocide in Darfur.
By the 1960s, the Labour Party had overturned nearly all of the traditional aspects of a British culture that had been historically staid, stoic, and reserved. Prime Minister Harold Wilson’s government decriminalized abortion and homosexuality, abolished capital punishment, and revised immigration laws to allow large numbers of Third World emigrants to Britain for the first time. Consequently, today’s Britain is a land of social dysfunction, including high rates of drunkenness, property crime, welfare dependency, racial strife, promiscuity and irreligiosity. The illegitimate birth rate in the U.K. hit 50% in 2008, while a mere 10% of the population regularly attends church. Such behavior would have been unimaginable in prim Victorian society a century ago.
Although Britain’s Conservatives managed to form governments in the postwar period, they were unable to fully reverse the changes implemented by Labour. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher did manage to lower tax rates and privatize some industries in the 1980s, but Conservatives never abolished the welfare state, the NHS, or reversed the social decline that had taken place in the postwar period.
The Britain that strode across the world as an economic and military colossus during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries – bringing technology, learning, literature, order, and an unprecedented creation of wealth — was gone forever by the 1960s, its culture replaced by a trite and ephemeral trendiness epitomized by Beatlemania, punk rock, and “Cool Britannia.”
The Ideological Clique Behind the Change
These changes did not take place by accident. They were planned by British cultural elites, particularly by members of the Fabian Society, who had worked for over a half-century to promote the policies finally implemented by Labour governments after 1945.
The Fabians advocated a gradual, democratic socialist takeover rather than violent revolution. Fabians sought control over more banal aspects of life — transport, utilities, medicine — that were far less threatening to the general public than the prospect of armed revolution.
The society was named after the Roman general Fabius Maximus, whose tactic was to wait for the ideal opportunity. The society’s motto — “For the right moment you must wait… but when the right moment comes you must strike hard” — is eerily similar to White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s sentiment that “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” because “crisis provides the opportunity for us to do things that [we] could not do before.”
Fabian Society membership was a Who’s Who of prewar British intellectuals, writers and artists who had rejected classical free-market economics, traditional religion, nationalism and imperialism. They included nerdy academic socialists like Harold Laski and G.D.H. Cole, as well as a motley collection of misfits, pacifists, deviants and utopian radicals.
The writer H.G. Wells, advocate of eugenics and a utopian global state, was a Fabian. Noted for his infidelity, he had an affair with the American eugenicist and founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger. Playwright and critic George Bernard Shaw, an advocate of feminism, socialism, and vegetarianism, was a Fabian; he opposed British involvement in World War I but became an admirer of the USSR in the 1930s. “Sexologist” Havelock Ellis, who married a lesbian and was said to only become aroused when watching women urinate, was a member, as was Edward Carpenter, a vegan gay-rights activist and nudist. Economist John Maynard Keynes, whose theories influenced the policies of nearly all Western governments since the 1930s and are in vogue in the Obama administration today, was briefly a member.
The Fabian Society was disproportionately influential in the Labour government of 1945; though the Society numbered only several thousand, more than half of the Labour Party MPs were members. Nearly all leaders of the postwar Labour Party have been members, including Attlee, Harold Wilson, James Callaghan, Neil Kinnock and Tony Blair.
Just as the Fabians influenced the Labour Party agenda, today’s Democratic Party reflects the disproportionate influence of a clique of elite cultural and academic leftists now seeking to implement a socialist agenda they have been promoting since the 1960s. This agenda includes nationalized health care, taxpayer-funded abortion, federal control of education, gay marriage, openly-practicing homosexuals in the military, and much, much higher taxes.
Like the Fabian-influenced Labour government, the Obama administration has embarked on a course to “remake” America. The administration will effectively nationalize transportation and utilities through its “green energy” initiatives (indeed, Congresswoman Maxine Waters recently advocated nationalizing the oil industry) openly seeks to nationalize health care (the $787 billion “stimulus” bill includes billions of dollars to begin centralizing health care records) and is using the mortgage and banking crisis to effectively nationalize the financial services and banking sector.
In foreign policy, the Obama administration has announced a deadline to withdraw all combat troops from Iraq, and indicated a willingness to cease implementation of a missile-defense shield in Europe. Obama, who campaigned as a “citizen of the world” and effectively apologized to Middle Eastern audiences for the U.S. invasion of Iraq in his first televised interview as president, seeks to curtail American military hegemony and replace it with reliance upon global institutions such as the U.N.
On immigration, Obama and the Democratic Party support citizenship for 12 million mostly Spanish-speaking illegal aliens currently residing in the U.S.; such a plan would invariably allow those new citizens to sponsor even more non-English speaking family members to emigrate to the U.S.
The agenda of the American Left bears an uncomfortable similarity to that of the Fabian Society intellectuals that reshaped British society. If this agenda is successfully implemented by Barack Obama, the election of 2008 in the United States will be a watershed event, much like the British election of 1945.
But this analogy is not an optimistic one. If one wants to know what the United States will look like fifty years after Obama, one need only look at the fall of Britain from its imperial height in 1945 to the Britain of today — a second-rate, secularized “nanny state” whose disarmed citizens are monitored by thousands of police cameras and whose police actively prosecute “hate crimes” and offenses against “multiculturalism.”
Like Britain, the United States will almost certainly remain an important financial center and regional power several decades from now, but the center of global gravity will long since have shifted to the Chinese as the United States abandons it global dominance and becomes preoccupied with a liberal, postmodern, domestic agenda. It does not have to be this way — the United States can still assert itself as global hegemon if it has the will to do so – but the successful implementation of the Obama agenda will assure that it does not.
If Obama achieves the goals articulated in his campaign, his presidency will surely mark the end of “the American Century” just as the election of 1945 signaled the end of Victorian and Edwardian British global dominance.”
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“[Fabian co-founder] Henry Havelock Ellis, known as Havelock Ellis (2 February 1859 – 8 July 1939), was an English physician, writer, Progressive intellectual and social reformer who studied human sexuality. He was co-author of the first medical textbook in English on homosexuality in 1897, and also published works on a variety of sexual practices and inclinations, including transgender psychology. He is credited with introducing the notions of narcissism and autoeroticism, later adopted by psychoanalysis. He served as president of the Galton Institute and, like many intellectuals of his era, supported eugenics. …. Ellis was a supporter of eugenics, in line with many others of that era. He served as vice-president to the Eugenics Education Society and wrote on the subject, among others, in The Task of Social Hygiene: Eventually, it seems evident, a general system, whether private or public, whereby all personal facts, biological and mental, normal and morbid, are duly and systematically registered, must become inevitable if we are to have a real guide as to those persons who are most fit, or most unfit to carry on the race.
The superficially sympathetic man flings a coin to the beggar; the more deeply sympathetic man builds an almshouse for him so he need no longer beg; but perhaps the most radically sympathetic of all is the man who arranges that the beggar shall not be born.
Ellis resigned from his position of Fellow of the Eugenics Society over their stance on sterilization in January 1931.”
In the Middle East, the theories of Fabian Society intellectual movement of early-20th-century Britain [and Pierre Trudeau] inspired the Ba’athist vision. The Middle East adaptation of Fabian socialism led the state to control big industry, transport, banks, internal and external trade. The state would direct the course of economic development, with the ultimate aim to provide a guaranteed minimum standard of living for all. Michel Aflaq, widely considered as the founder of the Ba’athist movement, was a Fabian socialist. Aflaq’s ideas, with those of Salah al-Din al-Bitar and Zaki al-Arsuzi, came to fruition in the Arab world in the form of dictatorial regimes in Iraq and Syria. Salāmah Mūsā of Egypt, another prominent champion of Arab Socialism, was a keen adherent of Fabian Society, and a member since 1909.”
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