The Fabian Society window was commissioned by
George Bernard Shaw as a statement of intent. It shows him and
Sidney Webb hammering the world into their chosen shape by manipulating the
Labour Party and the
Liberals. At the bottom is
Shaw thumbing his nose at the fools worshipping books on
Socialism. They are
The clearest pointer to Shaw's evil is the
in Sheep's Clothing
The BBC tells us about the window but conceals the truth about its meaning. Ditto for the Wiki.
Freedom Force Explains The Fabian WindowThis is the stained-glass window from the Beatrice Webb House in Surrey, England, former headquarters of the Fabian Society. It was designed by George Bernard Shaw and depicts Sidney Webb and Shaw striking the Earth with hammers to "REMOULD IT NEARER TO THE HEART'S DESIRE," a line from Omar Khayyam. Note the wolf in sheep's clothing in the Fabian crest above the globe. The window is now on display at the London School of Economics (LSE), which was founded by Sydney and Beatrice Webb.
Is an honest source on their evil.
"The window was subsequently stolen from the house in 1978," says LSE's archivist, Sue Donnelly. "It surfaced in Phoenix, Arizona, soon after, but then disappeared again until it suddenly resurfaced at a sale at Sotheby's in July 2005." The window was purchased by the Webb Memorial Trust and now is on loan to the LSE where it is displayed in the schools Shaw Library. In April of 2006, the window was officially unvieled [ sic ] by a ceremony attended by British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who is a member of the Fabian Society. 
The Fabians originally were an elite group of intellectuals who formed a semi-secret society for the purpose of bringing socialism to the world. Whereas Communists wanted to establish socialism quickly through violence and revolution, the Fabians preferred to do it slowly through propaganda and legislation. The word socialism was not to be used. Instead, they would speak of benefits for the people such as welfare, medical care, higher wages, and better working conditions. In this way, they planned to accomplish their objective without bloodshed and even without serious opposition. They scorned the Communists, not because they disliked their goals, but because they disagreed with their methods. To emphasize the importance of gradualism, they adopted the turtle as the symbol of their movement. The three most prominent leaders in the early days were Sidney and Beatrice Webb and George Bernard Shaw.  A stained-glass window from the Beatrice Webb House in Surrey, England is especially enlightening. Across the top appears the last line from Omar Khayyam:
Dear love, couldst thou and I with fate conspire
To grasp this sorry scheme of things entire,
Would we not shatter it to bits, and then
Remould it nearer to the heart's desire!
Beneath the line Remould it nearer to the heart's desire, the mural depicts Shaw and Webb striking the earth with hammers. Across the bottom, the masses kneel in worship of a stack of books advocating the theories of socialism. Thumbing his nose at the docile masses is H.G. Wells who, after quitting the Fabians, denounced them as "the new Machiavellians." The most revealing component, however, is the Fabian crest which appears Between Shaw and Webb. It is a wolf in sheep's clothing!
Can it be any plainer? The BBC manages not to know or, more likely not to tell but then it is run by Communists, Homosexuals, Traitors, Zionists and Fabians.
The Wikipedia version is from a woodcut by Francis Barlow, 1687; the end of "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing"
Fabian Window ex Wiki
The founders of the Fabian Society are depicted in the famous stained-glass Fabian Window designed by George Bernard Shaw. The window was stolen in 1978 and reappeared at Sotheby's in 2005. It was restored to display in the Shaw Library at the London School of Economics in 2006 at a ceremony over which Tony Blair presided.
The Wiki does not bother to enlighten us regarding the meaning of the window but then the Wiki was set up by Jews while the Fabians are subversives. Notice the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing and Wells thumbing his nose at the thick bourgeois swine worshipping the socialist books. An honest write up is at Fabian Society's stained glass window. The BBC also hides the truth about the window but then it is run by communists, homosexuals, traitors and Fabians.
This is my personal photo taken in the Shaw Library on the 6th Floor of the Old Building in the London School of Economics, Aldwych, London. It really does exist. Click to get the full size version.