Fabianism is a radical, London-based movement initiated in the 1880s with the aim of undermining the existing order and establishing a socialist world government controlled by its leaders and the financial interests associated with it. The mostly very elitist members of the British upper class were also mostly engaged in the eugenics movement. Their principle of action was the evolution of society rather than a revolution. The Fabian Society was in close contact with the Rothschilds, both directly and through intermediaries such as Lord Arthur Balfour.
Gründer: Edward R. Pease, William Clarke, Hubert Bland, Percival Chubb, Frederick Keddell und vier weitere
Hauptsitz: London, Großbritannien