George Orwell’s 1984 and the Fabian Society

Unfolding right in front of our eyes today is the world of Big Brother and Thought Control portrayed by George Orwell in his classic book 1984.

1984 was written over 60 years ago in 1948. It portrays a stunningly accurate and frightening picture of where we are potentially heading as a global society. Despite being released as fiction, and despite the book’s title,  it was almost certainly based on a vision of the future that is planned, not for 1984, but for a few years later. The year 1984 was used symbolically and is significant to Orwell’s secret society connection.

George Orwell, (real name Eric Blair), was educated at Eton College, a well known Illuminati education center – it has produced 19 British Prime Ministers including David Cameron. While at Eton, Orwell was taught French by Aldous Huxley, it was here they became lifelong friends. Huxley, who was also the author of another interesting book, ‘Brave New World’, introduced Orwell to the Fabian society.

The Fabian society is a secret society at its core, although anyone can join, like all of these societies there are many levels of initiation (such as with the Freemasons), meaning the majority of people involved in the organisation have no idea of the true agenda and carry out their roles creating a front for the fraud at the heart of the organisation. The Fabian Society has been instrumental in the global fascist agenda. It was the force behind the creation of the Labour Party in Britain but operates both officially and unofficially across the globe as I will detail elsewhere.

The name Fabian is said to come from ‘Fabius’, the Roman general, Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus. Fabius employed carefully planned strategies to wear down his enemies over a long period of time avoiding battles that could prove decisive either way. And of course this is exactly how the global agenda has been planned out. What is more, the Fabian society has a wolf in sheep clothing for its logo (right), how appropriate, and its motto is “Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire”, also appropriate.

The significance in the title of Orwell’s book is the fact that 1984 is the centenary year of the Fabian society, perhaps just another tidy coincidence but it is speculated that he became disillusioned with the society and 1984 was written not as fiction but an expose of the knowledge of the Fabian agenda. And that would then explain why the Fabian Society reportedly controls the copyright of ‘1984’ until at least 2025, they control the rights to his estate and they own and have sealed Orwell’s archives.

It would also explain how Orwell could write a book in 1948 telling in great detail how the mass population could be so easily controlled by the relative few elite.

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