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Economic Suicide the Keynesian Way [Keynes a homosexual pedophile!]
Gulag Bound ^ | November 17, 2010, 2:01 pm | Jim O'Neill

Posted on 11/18/2010 6:28:40 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March

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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.

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[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 didn’t 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


TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; Government; Philosophy
KEYWORDS: economics; gulagbound; homosexualagenda; keynes; keynesian
Good article all the way through, but ... !
1 posted on 11/18/2010 6:28:46 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March
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To: SunkenCiv; Jeff Head; Impy; TigersEye; floriduh voter; snippy_about_it; ovrtaxt; syriacus; ...

So this is the master mind of modern progressive economics.


2 posted on 11/18/2010 6:30:51 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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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]
http://www.nomediakings.org/malte/ha/ha_weiku.htm

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.


3 posted on 11/18/2010 6:34:25 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March
To update the quote from Keynes himself, in the long run, he's dead...

Unfortunately, his misguided take on economics is alive and well, with a stranglehold on government policies...

4 posted on 11/18/2010 6:41:20 AM PST by MaggieCarta (What are we here for but to provide sport for our neighbors, and to laugh at them in our turn?Austen)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

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.


5 posted on 11/18/2010 6:50:12 AM PST by lurk
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

Interesting article. Problem is, the mention of his sexual ‘proclivities’ would only further endear him to his leftist acolytes.


6 posted on 11/18/2010 7:05:09 AM PST by VR-21
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

“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.


7 posted on 11/18/2010 7:25:08 AM PST by ModelBreaker
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To: VR-21
I think Obama would fit right in with that group of young British men lying on red carpets, smoking hashish and cavorting the night away with each other while extolling the virtues of anything that destroyed the very foundations of how they got to be such young, naive, self-important princes. Keynes, at the very end of his life understood that he had truly undermined the very things that allowed him the excesses of his youth. Keynes remains popular because he resonates still with youth and those who never want to grow up. Soros, Keynes and all progressives know it is easier to destroy something than to create, cultivate and maintain.
It is easier to destroy your home than to build and maintain it. It is easier to have an abortion than to bear a child and raise it to adulthood. It is easier to deal with your own sex and never be bothered with even the possibility of parenthood.
8 posted on 11/18/2010 7:29:25 AM PST by madinmadtown
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To: madinmadtown
"Soros, Keynes and all progressives know it is easier to destroy something than to create, cultivate and maintain."

I agree. They are very much the children of Jean Paul Sarte.

9 posted on 11/18/2010 7:35:07 AM PST by VR-21
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March
In viewing the PBS TV series on economics Commanding Heights in episode one one of the commentators is shown speaking from Keynes former home. I was always struck by the homo-erotic painting on the wall in the background. Note this video series is available online and is a great introduction to market based economics. I have all my macroeconomics students view it as a class assignment.
10 posted on 11/18/2010 7:44:30 AM PST by The Great RJ (The Bill of Rights: Another bill members of Congress haven't read.)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

ffr


11 posted on 11/18/2010 9:03:33 AM PST by Mrs. Don-o ("You can observe a lot just by watchin' " . --- Yogi Berra)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

BM


12 posted on 11/18/2010 9:27:21 AM PST by Para-Ord.45
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

Anyone surprised about weirdos on far left?


13 posted on 11/18/2010 1:13:24 PM PST by Kackikat (There is no such thing as a free lunch, because someone paid, somewhere.)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March; sickoflibs; fieldmarshaldj; Clintonfatigued

I did not know this about Keynes.


14 posted on 11/19/2010 2:08:44 AM PST by Impy (Don't call me red.)
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To: Kackikat; Quix

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.


15 posted on 11/19/2010 6:41:00 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: lurk

“Keynes and his generation of ‘intellectuals’ were totally lost, spiritually and factually.”

Gratifying to confirm what we always suspected though, isn’t it?


16 posted on 11/19/2010 6:42:15 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: MaggieCarta

It’s going to be hard though, isn’t it, to promote Keynesian while conservatives snicker at them?


17 posted on 11/19/2010 6:44:06 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: All
We are well on the way to another pagan greco-roman/pink swastika controlled world.

All I can think to say is pray for revival and national repentance or hang on to your hats.

18 posted on 11/19/2010 6:44:06 AM PST by glassylassie
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To: VR-21

Maybe the Village People should work on an economic plan. At least I haven’t heard of them molesting little boys.


19 posted on 11/19/2010 6:46:16 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: ModelBreaker; Impy

It’s about what I had always assumed — when you aren’t busy raping little boys, rape taxpayers. Same thing.


20 posted on 11/19/2010 6:47:40 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: madinmadtown

Well said. Wicked self gratification at the expense of others — “Learn to like it; it’s for your own good.”


21 posted on 11/19/2010 6:49:33 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: The Great RJ

Thank you for adding that observation Great RJ. [He openly displayed a homo-erotic painting on PBS?]


22 posted on 11/19/2010 6:51:33 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March
The Keynesian theory is quite often the only one offered in High School textbooks.

It's really very sad.

Oh, great, now I feel guilty for playing hooky from subbing today. I'll just go shopping until the feeling passes...

23 posted on 11/19/2010 6:52:24 AM PST by MaggieCarta (What are we here for but to provide sport for our neighbors, and to laugh at them in our turn?Austen)
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To: Mrs. Don-o

Did you catch Post 10 right above your’s?


24 posted on 11/19/2010 6:52:24 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: MaggieCarta; glassylassie; Kackikat; onyx; TigersEye

He apprently even displayed a homo-erotic painting on PBS [post 10].

I guess he would be happy giving 3 year old boys patdowns at airports.


25 posted on 11/19/2010 6:56:11 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March; The Great RJ
What painting was it? Inquiring, art loving minds want to know...

Isn't IKEA open yet?

26 posted on 11/19/2010 7:03:31 AM PST by MaggieCarta (What are we here for but to provide sport for our neighbors, and to laugh at them in our turn?Austen)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

I think they know they are so far along in their plans that nothing will stop them at this point.

Besides, they want chaos and bloodshed in the streets.


27 posted on 11/19/2010 7:35:03 AM PST by Quix (Times are a changin' INSURE you have believed in your heart & confessed Jesus as Lord Come NtheFlesh)
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To: Quix

“I think they know they are so far along in their plans that nothing will stop them at this point.”

They are insecure and frustrated. So long as you see signs of that, it’s not over.

In a battle, it is normal to feel like you are losing when you are actually winning. I think the war of words and politics is even more difficult to perceive who is winning.


28 posted on 11/19/2010 7:39:13 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

At first I thought it said the “Kenyansian Way”, but then again it’s pretty much the same thing.


29 posted on 11/19/2010 7:41:03 AM PST by dfwgator (Texas Rangers -Thanks for a great season.)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

Good points.

However, the Biblical outline will be the truth at some point.

We don’t know precisely which nations will be unreliable, contentiously under the AC’s rule. I suspect China will be one.

And we don’t know how thoroughly every square inch of territory will be effectively controlled.


30 posted on 11/19/2010 7:41:35 AM PST by Quix (Times are a changin' INSURE you have believed in your heart & confessed Jesus as Lord Come NtheFlesh)
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To: dfwgator

“Kenyan...sian Way”... Ah. I could imagine.

I don’t think Kenyans yet realize what an evil man he is.


31 posted on 11/19/2010 8:23:48 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: Quix

True.

Fatalism’s only place is based on certainty. Otherwise, “Evil triumphs when good men do nothing.”


32 posted on 11/19/2010 8:30:38 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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To: The Great RJ; Impy
Years ago E. Michael Jones was writing about Keynes' "homosexual economics," and I naively objected to him that this phrase was needlessly prejudicial, since Keynes' sexuality was not relevant to his monetary ideas. Now I suspoct Mike Jones was right, although I think the difference is not beween "straight" and "gay" economics, but between "parents'" and "non-parents'" economics. What I'm getting at, is that people who tend to think only of themselves and their own generation and their own short-term benefit--- that would be, non-parents --- tend to assume that borrowing money, consuming high on the hog, printing lots of currency and goosing the system from time to time to keep the economic juices flowing, is a real good thing. The long-term results don't matter, because -- in Keynes' phrase --- "in the long run we're all dead."

People with kids, family-men, tend to put more emphasis on the distant consquences of their actions, limit the self-serving impulse spending, and favor solid long-term processes which will benefit children and children's children. They'd say "In the long run, our children will inherit all this (this legacy or this mess.)"

I guess we're doomed?

33 posted on 11/19/2010 8:44:57 AM PST by Mrs. Don-o ("You can observe a lot just by watchin' " . --- Yogi Berra)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

Nothing merely political.

Their primary opponents have intended to counter with unrestrained military force since the 1950s.
Homosexuals in the military has been one of their primary goals since the 70s for a reason. They need a military faction, and a spartan life of discipline is an anethema to hedonistic leftists. But if the military could be turned into a sexual smorgasboard ala Hollywood’s take on “Starship Troopers” ...


34 posted on 11/19/2010 4:56:02 PM PST by MrEdd (Heck? Geewhiz Cripes, thats the place where people who don't believe in Gosh think they aint going.8)
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To: Arthur Wildfire! March

INDEED.


35 posted on 11/19/2010 5:13:45 PM PST by Quix (Times are a changin' INSURE you have believed in your heart & confessed Jesus as Lord Come NtheFlesh)
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To: MrEdd; Marine_Uncle

“But if the military could be turned into a sexual smorgasboard ala Hollywood’s take on “Starship Troopers” ...”

I’ve been concerned about that myself. One naval vessel had a huge percentage of pregnant crew members a few years back. Sickening.


36 posted on 11/20/2010 4:15:35 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March (Economic reform? Great. But without education reform -- history will repeat itself.)
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