It is a beautiful, if creepy thing, this Fabian Window. And since I first wrote about it four years ago—before Obama’s socialist administration came to power—the message contained in the stained glass has become creepier still, for the message in the glass portends where Obama has taken us the last four years and where he intends to take us yet. It illustrates his game plan, his program, his ideology and his modus operandi. And it might as well hang in the White House for all to see. For the sheep’s clothing has been removed and we see the wolf for what he is…..
The wolf plays a prominent role in socialist thought. V.I. Lenin once said “When you live among wolves you must howl like a wolf,” meaning, of course, that if political necessity requires you to act like a capitalist or live among capitalists while you organize and work for socialist causes, you must act like those among whom you live. This is simply a matter of expediency. Norman Thomas, a founder of the A.C.L.U. once said:
“The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program until one day America will be a socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”
There is a stained glass window (see above) currently on display in the London School of Economics. Designed by George Bernard Shaw to commemorate the founding of the Society, the “Fabian Window” features Society members hammering the world in order, as the motto proclaims, to “REMOULD IT NEARER TO THE HEART’S DESIRE.” [sic]. A close and politically astute friend of mine—and leading expert on socialism—exclaimed: “How brazen are the socialists!” When I asked why, he pointed to the image of the wolf dressed in a sheepskin displayed prominently on the Fabian Window—a stark and ostentatious reminder that the goal of the socialists is to work secretly, in disguise (just as Lenin counseled) and adapt to the flock, herd, or society in which you are moving and working. Put simply, if you read and study socialist thought, the message is very clear: work to remould the world to your heart’s desire and work for socialist causes discreetly—in disguise—and adapting to whatever milieu in which you are working. This, of course, begs the question: “Whose heart desires to remould the world and how? Depending on who has the hammer—we may or may not like the change.
Obama looks good. He is (as Biden once said during the 2008 primaries) “intelligent and articulate.” He wears nice suits. He has wonderful stage presence and he is a rock star. And people still have no idea who he is, where he came from, who influenced him or what his plans are if he—the most inexperienced politician ever to come out of nowhere—is re-elected president. Influenced by Uncle Frank Marshall Davis (a communist organizer in Hawaii who was no fan of racial equality and whose agenda was only to promote racial and class struggle), Billy Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn—two unapologetic American terrorists who went underground for years to foster terrorism and support our enemies right here in our own country, a radical black liberation “minister” and others, Obama has an agenda. And, the change of which he speaks may well not be what most Americans think, or want.
What are his plans for America?
If this sounds suspiciously like the message on the Fabian Window, the writings of V.I. Lenin or Antonio Gramsci, well, it should. He has plans for America and the world. He has had the sledge hammer for four years now. He continues to “remould the world nearer to [his] heart’s desire.” We must ask who he is really. Americans have not asked enough; they are far too trusting and far too naïve when it comes to Obama.
And this November, we must take away his hammer.
Copyright © 2012 William Kevin Stoos
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William Kevin Stoos (aka Hugh Betcha) is a writer, book reviewer, and attorney, whose feature and cover articles have appeared in the Liguorian, Carmelite Digest, Catholic Digest, Catholic Medical Association Ethics Journal, Nature Conservancy Magazine, Liberty Magazine, Social Justice Review, Wall Street Journal Online and other secular and religious publications. He is a regular contributing author for The Bread of Life Magazine in Canada. His review of Shadow World, by COL. Robert Chandler, propelled that book to best seller status. His book, The Woodcarver (]And Other Stories of Faith and Inspiration<strong>) © 2009, William Kevin Stoos (Strategic Publishing Company)—a collection of feature and cover stories on matters of faith—was released in July of 2009. It can be purchased though many internet booksellers including Amazon, Tower, Barnes and Noble and others. Royalties from his writings go to support the Carmelites. He resides in Wynstone, South Dakota.
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