Skip to comments.Economic Suicide the Keynesian Way [Keynes a homosexual pedophile!]
Posted on 11/18/2010 6:28:40 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March
Dobbs goes on to describe Keynes homosexual relationships and fondness for young boys, which Keynes usually acquired in third-world countries where such services were more easily, and discretely, purchased than in more developed countries.
(As a much older man, Keynes wrote of those halcyon days of his youth, We repudiated all versions of original sin, of there being insane and irrational springs of wickedness in most men. We were not aware that civilization was a thin and precarious crust and only maintained by rules and conventions. It did not occur to us to respect the extraordinary accomplishment of our predecessors in the ordering of life, or the elaborate framework that they had devised to protect this order. We completely misunderstood human nature, including our own).
While Sugar Keynes is no doubt an eye-opening account of Keynes sexual proclivities, bed-mates, and Far Left soul mates, the book Keynes at Harvard by Dobbs is where to go if you want to understand how truly poisonous Keynesian economics is.
[Article actually starts off with two economic quotes ...]
"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
I have always harbored an exaggerated view of my self-importance. To put it bluntly, I fancied myself as some kind of god or an economic reformer like Keynes . George Soros from The Alchemy of Finance 1987
I learned that free-market capitalism is the greatest source of revolutionary fervor that the world has ever seen. And I didnt need conservatives to teach me that lesson. Karl Marx explained it, right in The Communist Manifesto. He described the bourgeoisie as the greatest revolutionary class the world has ever known, constantly trying to undermine and improve upon its advances of but a few years ago. He was right. Bruce Abramson
So this is the master mind of modern progressive economics.
Weird and Wonderful US History
“In 1923, the United States produced 49% of all products worldwide. 6 In the years between 1919 and 1927, the American economy grew ten times as fast as in the years of 1900-1919. 7”
[Twenty years dominated by Teddy and Woodrow Wilson — 1900-1919. Even sharper than that — a depression that spilled into 1921. 1919 and 1927 ... sharper than that ... the Harding Recovery from 1921 policy / Roaring Twenties, leaping out from Wilson’s depression through tax cuts AND spending cuts! It would be interesting to compare Teddy’s Panic of 1907 on through to Wilson’s depression into 1921 with Harding’s 1922 - 1927]
5 Detlef Junker, “Die Aussenpolitik der USA 1920-1940”, in: Otmar Franz ed., Am Wendepunkt der europaeischen Geschichte (Goettingen, 1981), p. 202.
6 Hermand, p. 49.
7Ibid., p. 52.
8 Ibid., p. 49.
9 Ibid., p. 51.
10 Ibid., p. 52.
11 Mary Nolan, Visions of Modernity: American Business and Modernization of Germany (Oxford, 1994), pp. 30ff.
Unfortunately, his misguided take on economics is alive and well, with a stranglehold on government policies...
I keep telling ya, Keynes and his generation of ‘intellectuals’ were totally lost, spiritually and factually. They were jokes.
Somehow their ideological thoughts took seed, and here we are.
Interesting article. Problem is, the mention of his sexual ‘proclivities’ would only further endear him to his leftist acolytes.
We repudiated all versions of original sin, of there being insane and irrational springs of wickedness in most men. We were not aware that civilization was a thin and precarious crust and only maintained by rules and conventions. It did not occur to us to respect the extraordinary accomplishment of our predecessors in the ordering of life, or the elaborate framework that they had devised to protect this order. We completely misunderstood human nature, including our own
Pretty much encapsulates progressivism in one sentence—except for the part about figuring out they were wrong.
I agree. They are very much the children of Jean Paul Sarte.
Anyone surprised about weirdos on far left?
I did not know this about Keynes.
I’m surprised at how open they are about this kind of thing. I guess he didn’t expect an internet would be able to trumpet the dark secrets the way the Bible foretold.
“Keynes and his generation of intellectuals were totally lost, spiritually and factually.”
Gratifying to confirm what we always suspected though, isn’t it?
It’s going to be hard though, isn’t it, to promote Keynesian while conservatives snicker at them?
All I can think to say is pray for revival and national repentance or hang on to your hats.
Maybe the Village People should work on an economic plan. At least I haven’t heard of them molesting little boys.
It’s about what I had always assumed — when you aren’t busy raping little boys, rape taxpayers. Same thing.