What is the future to which Blond and the Fabians would bring us through the brainwashed Tories? It is a return to the bliss of the Dark Ages, before it was destroyed by the Renaissance and the modern nation-state, represented by „secular monarchs. From the 14th Century on, they asserted their power and corrupted a pre-existing highly plural and reciprocal community with demands for top-down allegiance, authority and control,“ Blond wrote in a widely published September 2008 article, „Medieval Thinking,“ „Updating and recovering this earlier medieval model for the modern age is of course the task.“ Of course.
We will all become property-owners, Blond promises, as joint owners of community investment trusts, which will create local cooperatives and „indeed guilds, around which people can invest.“ Britain should hand its local post offices over to these local trusts, Blond writes. It seems the nation-state will wither away, as for Karl Marx. Will the local witch-doctor replace the National Health Service? Blond never quite gets to the answer.
All this medieval mummery is part of the ideology of especially Mussolini’s Fascist movement, as is well-known to the historically literate. But it doesn’t come from Mussolini. Blond openly declares that his models are John Ruskin and the British „Catholic“ fascists G.K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc,—for which, indeed, Blond has been sharply criticized by some in Britain. The so-called Catholics, Chesterton and Belloc, were indeed Mussolini supporters and fervent anti-Semites. But they were not imitators of Mussolini, as Lyndon LaRouche has pointed out. Rather, Mussolini’s British sponsors fashioned him in imitation of the British Fabian-Society authors of fascism, such as Chesterton and Belloc. And Phillip Blond.
And what of that recently born-again Catholic Tony Blair ?
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