Worldview Matters: Part 5: The Man Behind the Destruction of the West
Our last entry of articles regarding Worldview. Worldview shapes everything about our existence. Everything is touched by someone's view of the world. Our current crises are dominated by a worldview that is in direct opposition to that of our founding fathers. Since the founding of our republic there have been individuals, organizations and movements attempting to impose a different paradigm on our nation. These worldviews are a threat to the United States of America and a threat to our families.
The Buoyantly Bolshevik John Maynard Keynes
“My Christmas thoughts are that a further prolongation of the war, with the turn things, have taken, probably means the disappearance of the social order we have known hitherto. With some regrets, I think I am on the whole, not sorry. The abolition of the rich will be rather a comfort and serve them right anyhow. Well, the only course open to me is to be buoyantly Bolshevik; and as I lie in bed in the morning, I reflect with a good deal of satisfaction that, because our rulers are as incompetent as they are mad and wicked, one particular era of a particular kind of a civilization is very nearly over.
John Maynard Keynes’s Letter to his Mother – 1917
“Within him are the seeds of rebellion.” R. F. Harrod – Official Biographer of John Maynard Keynes
“Keynes is a socialist that does not believe in the family.” Clarence W. Barron – 1918
“We are all socialists now.” Sir William Harcourt
The Center for Garden State Families would like to complete our series on Worldview by demonstrating that Keynesian Economic Theory is nothing more than an economic deception to promote the political movement of global communism. This political deception started long ago under the Fabian Society. American Fabianism began as early as 1887, and like a virus has infected many of our institutions of higher learning. The Keynesian theory of economics has saturated the academic world and is something that many consider unprecedented in modern times. Keynesian economics started its prominence at Harvard University. From Harvard, this Bolshevik virus-infected Yale, Princeton, the University of Chicago, the University of Wisconsin, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and from there almost every college and university in the United States of America. Because Keynesianism was the primary method of economic theory taught in academia, the graduates of this political deception would then take this Bolshevik virus into various government departments, including the State Department, the Presidential office, the Treasury, the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Labor.
By 1913 John Maynard Keynes, through his association with Fabian Socialists such as Sidney Webb, A. C. Pigou and Alfred Marshall began to promote the concept of eliminating the gold standard, which was at the foundation of the monetary system of the global economy. In exchange for the elimination of the gold standard would be a “managed currency.” A managed currency allows for State-Socialism, and the Fabian Socialists espoused this idea since the turn of the 20th century. In addition, it was John Maynard Keynes who influenced Franklin Delano Roosevelt twenty years later to begin the process of taking the United States of America off of the gold standard. When Franklin Delano Roosevelt went off the gold standard in 1933, John Maynard Keynes wrote in the London Daily Mail (June 1933) that “President Roosevelt is Magnificently Right” and Keynes added that Roosevelt’s policies “lead to the managed currency of the future.”
To continue, we must understand the significance of a managed currency and how it applies to our present COVID-19 crisis condition. From the book, “Keynes at Harvard” is the following quote “For years it had been a point of Socialist Strategy that complete government control of currency and all money and currency values is a chief lever in moving society toward redistribution of wealth and complete Socialism.” To achieve complete Socialism, you must also undermine private enterprise to lead the way toward nationalism, as was seen in Communist Russia and Fascist Germany and Italy.
John Maynard Keynes in the Yale Review of 1933 wrote his feelings on the subject of private enterprise; “The decadent international but individualistic capitalism, in the hands of which we found ourselves after the war, is not a success, it is not intelligent, it is not beautiful, it is not just, it is not virtuous -and it does not deliver the goods. In short, we dislike it and are beginning to despise it.”
At this point, we must now turn our attention to another significant individual who was the Chief Propagandist for Socialism in the United States of America. Stuart Chase was an American Economist, Fabian Socialist, and 1910 graduate of Harvard University. He wrote the book “A New Deal,” which was published in 1932. It was Franklin Delano Roosevelt who took this title to frame the Socialist Slogan for his administration. It was Stuart Chase who would celebrate that John Maynard Keynes was the “unofficial President of the United States.”
Again from “Keynes at Harvard,” we quote the following: “Keynesianism secured the blessing of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The Pandora’s Box was now open. Not only the socialists but communist agents and spies plus opportunists and careerists of all stripes climbed on the Keynesianism bandwagon. The socialists discreetly avoided mentioning that Keynes and the Keynesian theories were merely clever facades to cover the conquest by Fabian socialism of an unsuspecting population.” Once again, we turn to Stuart Chase, who said, “Mr. Keynes, following Karl Marx, used the great corporation as an institution increasingly ripe for state control or outright ownership. He finds many parallels with the state trusts of Soviet Russia.”
And from the book “Keynes at Harvard,” we find one of the most sobering of quotes “Traditional left-wing demands for greater constitutional rights actually disguise a plot to do away with the present Constitution altogether. Stuart Chase and other Keynesian agitators have questioned the fundamental validity of the Constitution of the United States. Chase has advised his readers that the Constitution is “outmoded” and should be scrapped in favor of a “more effective federal control” and “to circumvent the old doctrine of checks and balances, by setting up boards and commissions which, like the Federal Trade Commission, combine legislative, judicial and administrative powers.” This matches the Keynesian concept of a strong Central Government without checks and balances, which in effect would allow one bureaucratic body to be policeman, judge, jury, and executioner.”
It should be self-evident from this quote that the Keynesian formula as a result of its Bolshevik nature fits all ideologies of totalitarianism. Sadly, history bears the proof of this claim. Mussolini was very fond of John Maynard Keynes. The Nazi Fascists were especially enthusiastic supporters of John Maynard Keynes. Juan Peron’s dictatorship of Argentina used Keynesian techniques as the authority on economic and political matters. Even the United States was taken over in a silent Bolshevik coup by ushering in the New Deal under Roosevelt, which now seems to be reaching its zenith under the Global Green New Deal. Yet, the failure of Socialism and Totalitarianism litter the pages of history books, letting us see the fate that lies before us if we do not return to the original intended foundation of this country.
True liberty and freedom come from the Word of God. All forms of Socialism and Totalitarianism are opposed to the Word of God. All tyrants rise from the ashes of a debased mind handed over to itself. Like John Maynard Keynes, within them are the seeds of rebellion. William Ames – Puritan wrote, “Ownership and differences in the amount of possessions are ordinances of God and approved by Him.”
“The rich and the poor meet together; the Lord is the Maker of them all.” Proverbs 22:2 (ESV)
John Robinson was the Puritan Pastor of the Pilgrim Fathers before they left on the Mayflower. He commented, “God could…either have made men’s states equal, or have given everyone sufficient of his own. But he hath rather chosen to make some rich, and some poor, that one might stand in need of another, and help another, that so he might try the goodness and mercy of them who are able, in supplying the wants of the rest.”
We hear in the media that we are at war with an invisible enemy. That invisible enemy is the rise of modern-day Totalitarian Czars and Technocrats. They are using the Bolshevik framework of economics established long ago to usher in a One World Government and Global Communism.
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