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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

115. The Open Conspiracy: The Underground History of American Education by John Taylor Gatto from archive.org

The Open Conspiracy 

When I speak of Fabianism, or of any particular Fabians, actual or virtual like Kurt 
Lewin, once head of Britain's Psychological Warfare Bureau, or R.D. Laing, once staff 
psychologist at the Tavistock Institute, I have no interest in mounting a polemic against 
this particular conceit of the comfortable intelligentsia. Fabian strategy and tactics have 
been openly announced and discussed with clarity for nearly a century, whether identified 
as Fabian or not. Nothing illegal about it. I do think it a tragedy, however, that 
government school children are left in the dark about the existence of influential groups 
with complex social agendas aimed at their lives. 

I've neglected to tell you so far about the role stress plays in Fabian evolutionary theory. 
Just as Hegel taught that history moves faster toward its conclusion by way of warfare, so 
evolutionary socialists were taught by Hegel to see struggle as the precipitant of 
evolutionary improvement for the species, a necessary purifier eliminating the weak from 
the breeding sweepstakes. Society evolves slowly toward "social efficiency" all by itself; 
society under stress, however, evolves much faster! Thus the deliberate creation of crisis 
is an important tool of evolutionary socialists. Does that help you understand the 
government school drama a little better, or the well-publicized doomsday scenarios of 

The London School of Economics is a Fabian creation. Mick Jagger spent time there; so 
did John F. Kennedy. Once elitist, the Economist, now a worldwide pop-intellectual 
publication, is Fabian, as is The New Statesman and Ruskin Labor College of Oxford. 
The legendary Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Tavistock Institute for 
Human Relations, premier mind- bending institutions of the world, are Fabian. Theodor 
Adorno, an important if barely visible avatar of the therapeutic state, and a one-time 
eminence at Tavistock, traveled the Fabian road as well. 

You needn't carry a card or even have heard the name Fabian to follow the wolf-in- 
sheep's-clothing flag. Fabianism is mainly a value-system with progressive objectives. Its 
social club aspect isn't for coalminers, farmers, or steam-fitters. We've all been exposed 
to many details of the Fabian program without realizing it. In the United States, some 
organizations heavily influenced by Fabianism are the Ford Foundation, the Russell Sage 
Foundation, the Stanford Research Institute, the Carnegie Endowments, the Aspen 
Institute, the Wharton School, and RAND. And this short list is illustrative, not complete. 
Tavistock underwrites or has intimate relations with thirty research institutions in the 
United States, all which at one time or another have taken a player's hand in the shaping 
of American schooling. 

Once again, you need to remember we aren't conspiracy hunting but tracking an idea, 
like microchipping an eel to see what holes it swims into in case we want to catch it later 
on. H.G. Wells, best known of all early Fabians, once wrote of the Fabian project: 

The political world of the Open Conspiracy must weaken, efface, incorporate and 
supersede existing governments.... The character of the Open Conspiracy will then be 
plainly displayed. It will be a world religion. This large, loose assimilatory mass of 
groups and societies will definitely and obviously attempt to swallow up the entire 
population of the world and become a new human community.... The immediate task 
before all people, a planned World State, is appearing at a thousand points of light 
[but]... generations of propaganda and education may have to precede it. (emphasis added) 

Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote his famous signature book "Between Two Ages: America's 
Role in the Technetronic Era" in 1970, a piece reeking with Fabianisms: dislike of direct 
popular power, relentless advocacy of the right and duty of evolutionarily advanced 
nations to administer less developed parts of the world, revulsion at populist demands for 
"selfish self-government" (homeschooling would be a prime example), and stress on 
collectivism. Brzezinski said in the book: 

It will soon be possible to assert almost continuous control over every citizen and to 
maintain up-to-date files containing even the most personal details about health and 
personal behavior of every citizen, in addition to the more customary data. These files 
will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. Power will gravitate into the 
hands of those who control information. 

In his essay, Brzezinski called common people, "an increasingly purposeless mass." And, 
of course, if the army of children collected in mass schooling is really "purposeless," 
what argument says it should exist at all? 

l3 The government-created crisis, masquerading as an unexpected external provocation, is elementary Hegelian strategy. If you want to take 
Texas and California from Mexico, first shoot a few Americans while the press disinforms the nation that Mexican depredations against our 
nationals have to be stopped; if you want Cuba as a satrapy, blow up an American battleship and pin it on the Cubans. By this strategy, a nation 
which has decided to suspend its democratic traditions with a period of martial law (under which permanent social reordering would occur) 
might arrange a series of "terrorist" attacks upon itself which would justify the transformation as a defense of general public safety. 

l4 In the "world peace" phenomenon so necessary to establish a unitary world order lies a real danger, according to evolutionists, of species 
deterioration caused by inadvertent preservation of inferior genes which would otherwise be killed or starved. Hence the urgency of insulating 
superior breeding stock from pollution through various strategies of social segregation. Among these, forced classification through schooling 
has been by far the most important. 

An Everlasting Faith 

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