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John Maynard Keynes — Famed Economist was Gay Pedophile

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“Keynes was the chief intellectual influence on English public life in the twentieth century,” — biographer Richard Davenport-Hines. 

By Henry Makow | 26 July 2019

HENRY MAKOW —  Keynes’ name is synonymous with stimulus spending and debt, which enriches the central bankers. He is additional evidence that pedophiles run Western society on behalf of the Rothschilds.

“Keynes was a libertine hedonist who wasted most of his adult life engaging in sexual relationships with children, including travelling around the Mediterranean visiting children’s brothels. [This is verified by references in his letters. See footnotes] …Keynes was part of a generation that rose against Victorian traditions and regarded them as a repressive institution to be brought down. It is impossible to understand the economics of Keynes without understanding the kind of morality he wanted to see in a society he increasingly believed he could shape according to his own will.” Saifedean Ammous The Bitcoin Standard p.95

John Maynard Keynes: New biography reveals shocking details about the economist’s sex life 
by Sean O’Grady
(henrymakow.com) 

Putting “sex lives of politicians” into Google yields 6,820 hits. The Roman emperors score 3,220. For great artists, it’s a respectable, if that’s the word, 2,090 hits. But “sex lives of economists”? “No results found”.

Perhaps that’s to be expected for what Thomas Carlyle described as the “dismal science”. Yet the greatest and most revolutionary economist of the 20th century, John Maynard Keynes, (1883-1946) applied the same sort of unconventional adventurism to his sex life, and this most intellectual of men was also possessed of considerable carnal curiosity. In the latest biography of him, by Richard Davenport-Hines, we learn a great deal more about his habits. […]

2 Comments on John Maynard Keynes — Famed Economist was Gay Pedophile

  1. J.M Keynes is ugly both on the inside and the outside. As the mouthpiece for powerful people his sole job was to make reckless tax and spend policies sound sensible.
    The people who lent J.M. Keynes respectability would have known about his penchant for buggery. Their silence echos a sick approval.
    Makes me wonder how many other undercover NAMBLA-ites exist in the ranks of the elite.

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