The Milner-Fabian Conspiracy was written as a sequel to Carroll Quigley's The Anglo-American Establishment and Rose Martin's Fabian Freeway. As such, it provides a critical study of the Milner Group and the Fabian Society, two closely related organizations set up in the late 1800s by banking and industrial interests for the purpose of subverting the existing order and establishing a socialist world government controlled by themselves. The book documents the historical background, creation, development, interaction and global impact of the two organizations and their international network of power and influence, showing that members of an international elite have been the instigators of major events like the Russian Communist Revolution and the two World Wars as well as creators of organizations like the Council on Foreign Relations and its sister organization Chatham House (RIIA), the United Nations, the European Union and the Mediterranean Union. The same interests have also been operating through world leaders from Winston Churchill and Clement Attlee to F D Roosevelt, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and many others and have been responsible for major cultural and social developments such as mass immigration, multiculturalism and Islamization. The author is an independent historian and researcher whose first-hand experience of socialist rule in Eastern Europe coupled with extensive research carried out in the West have provided him with an invaluable insight into the connections between international financial interests and political developments in Europe and elsewhere. The copious references provided make the book a valuable work of reference for all those with an interest in recent historical events, their causes, and their impact on modern society.
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