Posts tagged Keyensian economics
This is too funny.
For readers who aren’t geeks of economics, “Keynesian” economics (say CANE ZEE AN) is a school of thought that worships white guys and believes they have scientifically larger brains, scoffs at foolish consumers, and seeks to cage and master an infinitely complex system (read: the economy) that can be tweaked, twisted and turned at the whims of their brilliant, all-knowing, godlike will–and without negative consequences or unexpected side-effects.
Yes I exaggerate (and believe in the unequivocal and complete equality of all mankind) but if you asked a room full of Austrian economists–who in my experience are funny guys–and true free-market pioneers that believe in your freedom to determine your life’s trajectory without the government telling you when, how or why to live your life, they’d probably agree with the above hyperbole.
If this is foreign or domestic to your own knowledge of the world, check out the short film/music video: The Fight of the Century Round Two. Pure genius; funny, true and masterfully produced.
The below video is brilliant–get wise folks or a smart ass with a blog is going to make you look retarded sooner or later!