Economic Suicide the Keynesian Way

November 16, 2010 05:59

Although this article centers around economics, Fear Not, for I will mention no numbers, and keep things as interesting as possible.

By Jim O’Neill at Canada Free Press


“By a continuous process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens…and while the process impoverishes many, it actually enriches some….  The process engages all of the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner that not one man in a million can diagnose.” —John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946)    From “Economic Consequences of the Peace” 1920

Now that we officially have our first DOTUS (Dude Of The United States), it is more important then ever that “we the people” understand the Progressive’s despicable politics, nihilistic philosophy, barren spirituality, and suicidal economics.  (Link)

First published in 1969, “Keynes at Harvard” is claimed by some to have been written by one of Teddy Roosevelt’s sons, Archibald (Archie), using the pen name of “Zygmund Dobbs.”  However, a woman claiming to be Mr. Dobbs’ daughter, Stephanie, states that her father Zygmund was indeed the author of the book (and article).  (Link)

Regardless of who wrote it, the book is an enlightening analysis of the roots, and intent, of Keynesian economics.  A look at some of the book’s chapter titles should suffice to give one an idea of the book’s general tone:

  • Campus Socialism
  • Fabian Socialism
  • American Fabianism
  • Fascism—Keynesism—Socialism
  • The Social Consequences of Moral Depravity


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