As part 5 in the book American Babylon, reveals, Popper had been given a prestigious post at the London School of Economics (LSE) in 1946. The LSE had been created in 1895 by the Fabian Society founders Sidney and Beatrice Webb, George Bernard Shaw, and others to promote their particular brand of socialism. Popper founded the philosophy department at the LSE. He retired in 1969.

     To understand that Karl Popper was supported by the criminal cabal, we have only to know that he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1965 and invested by her with the Insignia of a Companion of Honour in 1982, was a member of the Mont Pelerin Society, along with Friedrich Hayek, its founder and other cabal supporters: Frank Knight and Henry Simons of the University of Chicago, the slavishly pro-British American Fabian Socialist Walter Lippmann, Sir John Clapham of the Bank of England, and of course, Ludwig von Mises.

All of these early members of Hayek's group met at Mont Pelerin, Switzerland to form the influential, highly-secretive, and elitist Mont Pelerin Society in 1947, the world's first international free market association. Its founding members also included the young Milton Friedman, Otto von Habsburg, the "heir" to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and Max von Thurn und Taxis the head of the ancient and massively wealthy Bavarian family dynasty.

For further information, see:

Nicholas Dykes, A Tangled Web of Guesses: A Critical Assessment of the Philosophy of Karl Popper

D.C.Stove, Popper and After: Four Modern Irrationalists

T. P. Uschanov, "The Strange Death of Ordinary Language Philosophy"

K. Demetriou, "A 'Legend' in Crisis: the Debate Over Plato's Politics, 1930-1960, Polis: The Journal of the Society for Greek Political Thought, 2002, vol. 19, no. 1-2, pp. 61-91