Milton Friedman and Friedrich Hayek from the Mont Pelerin Society vs socialists and Keyness
Some sketch videos just so you can analyze and see through the trues and lies of these people from the Mont Pelerin Society(seems Walter Lippmann, the American journalist and CFR co-founder ideas led to the birth to this Society) that many of them were jews and connected to the elite schools like Chicago University(Rockeller) and the London School of Economics(Rothschild) or fundations like the Rockefeller Fundations.
You should also be aware that the Mont Pelerin Society led to the creation of Think Tanks and Fundations to spread their ideas and coordinate thier objetives like Atlas Network, Red Libertad, Relial, Friedrich Numman, Adam Smith Institute, Institute of Economic Affairs,Federation for Economic Education and of course small ones that are linked and coordinated with the big ones like Federación y Libertad,Fundación Club de la Libertad, CADL, Libertad y Progreso, Federación Libertad, Fundación Libre,etc.
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The strategy is simple, if they cant infiltrate directly in the public sectors of a goverment with their marxists and communist ideology then they will persuade to infiltrate the private sectors with their liberal and free market ideas.
Both are ideologies that devide the nation, ones practically selling the idea that mediums of production should be public(marxists) which obviously leads to a tirany and oppression of a goverment and the others deffend that only private secotrs can lead to prosperity but a long as the goverment doenst interfere and that basically the economy and privatization can handle its own, sounds like the invisible hand doesnt it?, guess thats why they dislike so much keyness, of course when the most powerfull are benefited by the goverment they dont dislike that intervention.
Oh, and aonout the dollar losing its attachment to gold, you may thank...
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