Is Keynesianism socialist

Creeping Communism / Fabian Socialism & Globalism & Keynes

The socialist John Maynard Keynes once again had an impact on world finance. Strictly speaking, Keynes is the favorite state economist of the globalists - he has never left us. He is the patron saint of the modern, ruinous, central bank economy that collapsed economic systems around the world.

He was a hidden and sometimes public member of the socialist / fascist Bloomsbury group, and worse, a member of the Fabian Society.

Keynes, belonging to the elite, was an economic trigger man for a small group of powerful families (and their empowers and participants) who ran the world's central banks and tried to establish global governance.

This small, unusual, powerful group has become quite brazen and unscrupulous in their attempts to establish a new world order

But for the last century or so, they have been overly cautious in presenting the world with something called an "intellectual justification" for their globalist plans

In this regard, John Maynard Keynes, a man with obvious disdain for the world at large, was a valuable individual indeed. A mathophile who had an uncanny knack for marrying pompous and incomprehensible prose with econometrics in order to come up with justifications for the most logical, bankrupt economic conclusions.

He once met Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) to present his general theory and confused FDR with equations that the President later admitted he barely understood a word Keynes had said. And yet, without further ado, FDR and its administration put the Keynes theories into play. They generally became national economic legislation, though FDR may not have understood or wanted to understand them.

FDR and his socialist lackeys used Keynes' deceptive and complicated tenets because they justified massive government and central banking interventions in the market. Keynes never explained how recessions and lulls come about, but he knew the solution: Printing a lot of money is his ordinance that has been applied in the modern era.

This was the "genius" of Keynes: When the "Animal Spirits" one
If the economy slows down, the government has the right to step in and create employment.

In Keynes' view, the government could pay the people to dig holes and have them refilled - anything to keep the people busy

What was after Keynes was getting the money back into circulation, getting money into circulation. He wished the government would pay people to avoid poverty and be able to buy goods and services to get the economy going again.

Keynes believed that the state should save for a "rainy day". But in practice it meant that the central banks were printing the money that the state then used to stimulate the economy by practically paying people for "idle jobs". State-paid rogue jobs balance the “unemployment rate”.

The globalist regime with its institutionalized Keynesian bias - disbursed trillions to support the central banking economy with its commercial and commercial banks, favored "green industries", infrastructure wastes of money and other ineffective or useless businesses.

Under the globalists, national debts in many countries have increased dramatically and the amount of inflationary dollars and euros that have been printed is literally incredible.

But the whole thing is well and good, according to the globalists who, through their state media, promote government activism on numerous levels. They invariably argue for ANY kind of government involvement in the economy or in the life of the community.

These state media publications were discontinued to promote the viewpoint of the power elite. They are part of a larger dialectic that state power must always advocate within any area of ​​application. Without state power, the power elite have no mercantilist lever to pull and cannot hide behind the democratic process.

The power elite needs absolute state activism and must produce means of transport that represent state power. The International Monetary Fund is an example of such an institution that is determined to encourage disruption in the market. as a way of managing economic difficulties.

The defense of Keynesianism is intellectually bankrupt. There's no way around it. Especially when it comes to government interference in terms of “price fixing” in the free market economy.

The only instance that can determine how much money an economy needs is the free market itself. Money must be circulated privately and according to the laws of supply and demand. But Keynes' anodynum was used by government economists as a justification for central bank management of money supply.

Right now, all over the world, central banks are determining the amount of money an economy needs. The results have been absolute disasters. As market economists have long pointed out, over-printing money leads to booms and catastrophic failures.

Keynes' ordinance to stimulate the economy by injecting MORE money into the economy extends the problems.

This is possible because it gives the power elite the justification to print trillions of new dollars to sustain their failing and bankrupt finances.

These entities MUST fail in order for the people to distinguish between bankrupt and healthy companies. But that's not how it works these days.

Thanks to the J.M. Keynes - or the way Keynes has been interpreted - the
Fabian, socialist elites used his general theory as a
Justification for money printing. They ruined economies
ruined honest businesses, but propped up hundreds of failed banks and busted countries.

Keynes' theories have all been unprecedented disasters. They allowed the power elite to print the money with impunity and justified themselves by supporting their corrupt financial systems. Today the countries of the world fall from one economic crisis to another with this economic inefficiency

This is a direct result of the justifications Keynes provided to the globalist power elite via his spinner econometrics.

The globalist state media praises the IMF and its use of Keynesianism, but hides Kayne's Fabianism and contempt for ordinary people or the obvious failures of his general theory.

The IMF itself is a bankrupt institution with the reputation it deserves for making bad economies, then making them worse and literally starving people to death in the process.

The idea that one could weave the illegal monetary science of Keynesianism into the ruthless actions of the IMF and thus come up with something better is nothing but wishful thinking.

Keynes was wrong in almost every aspect of his "General Theory". The IMF has been a plague among impoverished nations for most of its existence.

The best thing to do would be to remove Keynes and the IMF from the annals of history