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John Maynard Keynes and Economic Fascism

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Uploaded on Mar 6, 2009

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John Maynard Keynes and Economic Fascism

A video by Matthew D. Jarvie

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Music:

Funkadelic - 'Maggot Brain' (1971)

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To quote something Keynes said back in 1920:

"There is no subtler, no surer means of overturning the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency. The process engages all the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner which not one man in a million is able to diagnose."

What is stated above is both an incredibly alarming and important statement from a very dangerous psychopath, as it highlights the elite agenda almost perfectly. This agenda entails the destruction of national currencies to usher in a totalitarian police state and a completely managed global economy, with a one world currency and central bank (something Keynes was advocating back in the 1920s and 30s).

Keynesism and neoliberalism (veiled Marxism) are one and the same, despite what many on the left may think. Government management of the economy is what Keynes advocated, and government management of the economy (for the benefit of the corporations and the banker-controlled state) is what we see today and have been seeing for the past many decades. This is neoliberalism. Free markets, which do not exist and have not existed for a very long time, means zero government manipulation of the markets. This would be called classical liberalism (not neoliberalism).

Keynes was one of the leading people behind Bretton Woods, giving us the World Bank and IMF, two of the most corrupt and inhuman institutions existing today. He was a darling of the super-elite, yet liberals act like he is some godsend sent out to save humanity, when he was just another statist eugenicist like all the rest. It's really the media that has made Keynes out to be this hero. People have just taken the ball and run with it, not looking at the facts.

Keynes advocated in his writings that the purpose of the individual is to serve the state. He wrote about an integrated system where people would serve the world state, and that the idea of people working for themselves would have to go out the window. Keynes knew that Bretton Woods would be necessary to bring in the next part of the plan, which we are seeing emerge today, that is heading in the direction of a completely managed world economy.

What can you call this recent "stimulus" package, put forward by establishment NEOLIBERALS of the Anglo-American Establishment, as being anything other than Keynesism? If the ultra-wealthy opposed Keynesism so much (an idea which is absolutely laughable), as some on the left may have you believe, then how come they seem to be embracing it so heavily today (and always have)? Certainly neoliberals like Obama and his globalist ilk do not seem to be opposed to it, nor was the previous clown in office opposed to it.

Keynes was one of the first people to call for a world currency, called the Bancor, managed by a global central bank. Keynes was a Fabian socialist (a member of the British Fabian Society), a member of the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), and later a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Aside from everything I just mentioned above, John Maynard Keynes was a staunch fascist and an admitted supporter of fascist regimes. This is what he wrote in his foreword to the German edition of his General Theory (1936):

The theory of aggregated production, which is the point of the following book, nevertheless can be much easier adapted to the conditions of a totalitarian state [eines totalen Staates] than the theory of production and distribution of a given production put forth under conditions of free competition and a large degree of laissez-faire. This is one of the reasons that justifies the fact that I call my theory a general theory.

This is not surprising once you come to realize that fascism is and always has been largely about the control of private industry by way of inflation, taxation and regulation, all of which Keynes was a hardcore proponent of. Fascism, which includes socialism and communism (both are fascist ideologies based on corporate-state control), has always been about keeping the taxpayers at the bottom (the peasants) in perpetual bondage in order to keep the few at the top living in the utmost luxury.

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