Its Economists:

In this new section we shall introduce  a reasoned critique of the different schools prior to this work, with analysis of the thesis of the ±60 most important economists of the ‘dismal science’, judging them by their objective scientific value (scientific economics) vs. their idol-ogical background (Theist Economics). The distinction between both kind of economists is sorely needed, as most of those dogmas that pass as science in economics have their origin in economists that neither respect the procedures of the scientific method nor the need for a humanist praxis in any discipline. Since a science must exist not only to objectively understand the species it studies but also providing a positive praxis for the betterment of mankind. 



Accordingly we can classify all economists in 2 main type of economists:

Theist, Creationist, Biblical Economics.

This ‘school’ is formed by Economists which fail the scientific method and consciously or unconsciously base their analysis of the economic ecosystem, its memes, products and laws, on subjective ‘idol-ogies’, to the service of the Financial-Media/Military-Industrial system and its selfish ‘memes of metal’.

Accordingly 3 types of ‘theist economists’ are paramount:

–  Those who defend the religion of go(l)d profits. Most of them are pamphletists working to the service of a 1% elite of bankers and ‘stockrats’. They tend to hide that service and use sophisms, rhetoric and complicated arguments that twist the cause-effect process of the scientific method (i.e. Ricardo’s ceteris paribus analysis of trade); reject ethical, human considerations (Adam Smith’s dogma of selfish behavior that contradicts the thesis of his ‘other book’ on morals) and often lie about the facts (Hayek’s affirmation of the evilness of public banks based in the Mark’s hyperinflation of the 20s that he blames on the Reich bank, a private concern). They despise democracy (Buchanan’s affirmation that it is a tyranny of the minority), are born on wealth often from banking, jewish dynasties (Bentham, Jevons, Ricardo, Modigliani, Austrian School) or serving them (Smith, a client of the Montagu family, owner of the Bank of England) and do not recognize in order to twist facts to achieve their ‘agenda’ conclusion, the scientific method (Friedman’s denial of need for experimental data).

For that reason they worship any possible mathematical argument, in which the false premises bring to false conclusions but seem to be certain written in mathematical terms. A fact that leads to the 2nd type of theist economists.

– Economists that worship technology and consider the future progress of mankind, the evolution of machines. They are mostly idealists under the spell of techno-utopian and mathematical dream models with little resemblance with reality.

This is the commonest type today, including most Nobel Prizes given by a private bank that usurped the name of Nobel, despite the protest of his heirs.

– Finally, unlike other lists of Economists we will study those who never wrote books on economics but practiced the ideologies of capitalism and its worship of selfish memes of metal, money, weapons and machines, shaping the world into the capitalist, self-destructive, terraformed planet we live in. Here we shall include the ‘actors’ that have controlled and keep controlling the world with money, paying ideologies in favor of their monopoly on finances (i.e. the ‘legendary’ Rothchild family, owner of ‘The Economist’ modern bible of capitalism; the series of Chairmen of the Federal Reserve, with Greenspan as the paradigm; the series of PResidents of the ECB bank, FMI and World Bank). We shall group them by families and Institutions.

To notice that this type of economists are overwhelmingly in its ultimate religious ideology, Calvinist or Jewish ‘orthodox, biblical believers’. i.e. 72% of Nobel prizes are orthodox Jewish; all central bankers in the west and 80% of C.E.O.s from financial institutions belong to the same denomination, and about 10% to calvinist-anglican denominations. This astounding concentration of Theist Economists in a single religion of ‘world power’ makes obvious the ‘theist’, memetic origin of these schools, and the ideological, power-driven nature of their arguments in defense of the ‘Chosen’s right to monopolize the issue of money and design a world according to their religion and its ‘racial’ dogmas, which allow the exploitation of the 99% of non-chosen as the ‘natural order’ of things.

They tend accordingly to believe in money as a commodity (Gold and SIlver – precious metals) following the fetishe nature of their religion from the time in which Temples acted also as banks and gold was both money, ex-vote and instrument of power and control of societies.

A list of them by alphabetical order with its subconscious or not so metal-memes idol-ogy, either:

– A gold religion – only stated when its defense of the privileges of the banking dynasties to which they belong or work for is the ultimate leit motiv of their work, as in fact astoundingly enough all of them except a couple of exceptions belong to biblical sects.  This behavior tends also to coincide with the defense of their nation (Anglican->English Patriotism; Jewish->Defense of the banker dynasties and its monopoly on the issue of money , etc. For example, Mon and Adam Smith are moved by their beliefs in British Nationalism and in defense of their gold employees (Mon writes in defense of his employee, the East Indian Company; Adam Smith in defense of his mecenas, Montagu, founder of the Private Bank of England).

mechanist, when they worship machine and production as the ultimate goal of mankind (the so called GDP growth measured in terms of monetary and industrial capital, or math idealist when they do not acknowledge the experimental method and pretend that a mathematical construction is truth per se:

Arrow, Kenneth J. (math idealist)

Bentham, Jeremy (Gold religion, Jewish)

Bohm-Bawerk, Eugen Von (math idealist)

Buchanan, James M. (Gold religion, Baptist)

Calvin, John (Gold religion, Calvinist)

Cantillon, Richard (Gold religion, Anglican)

Clark, John Bates (math idealist)

Cohen, Aaron (Gold religion, Jewish)

Cournot, Antoine Augustin (math idealist, mechanist)

Edgeworth, Francis Ysidro (math idealist)

Fisher, Irving   (math idealist, mechanist)

Friedman, Milton (Gold religion, Jewish)

Hayek, Friedrich (Gold religion, Jewish)

Hicks, John (math idealist)

Hume, David (Gold religion, Calvinist, math idealist)

Jevons, William Stanley (Gold religion,Jewish)

Kaldor, Nicholas   (math idealist)

Leontief, Wassily (math idealist)

Locke, John  (Gold religion, Calvinist)

Lucas, Robert  (Gold religion, math idealist, Mechanist)

Malthus, Thomas Robert (Gold religion, anglican)

Marshall, Alfred  (math idealist, mechanist)

Menger, Carl  (math idealist, mechanist)

Mill, John Stuart (Gold religion, anglican)

Modigliani, Franco (Gold religion, jewish)

Mun, Thomas (Gold religion, anglican)

Ricardo,David  (math idealist, gold religion, jewish)

Say, Jean (Gold religion, calvinist)

Smith, Adam (Gold religion, calvinist)

Sraffa, Piero  (math idealist, gold religion, jewish)

Von Neumann, John (math idealist)

Walras, Leon  (math idealist)

Humanist, Scientific Economics.

They are true social scientists to the service of mankind, with an objective analysis of Economics and money as a ‘fiat’, legal, following the laws of the scientific method.

They are mostly agnostic or belong to social, love-religions, reject Economics as an ideal mathematical science, without need of experimental data and reject the traps of simplification that cancel the value of most arguments of the Theist School.

As they are a minority we ‘stretch’ our good will, including many ambivalent ones that show at least good faith and some arguments in favor of a humanist, scientific, objective, sustainable economy. Or else we will have hardly paraphrasing Einstein on his dictum on Physicists who are really in the profession for love of truth, not money and power (the military-industrial complex) a number that ‘i can count with the fingers of one hand’

This will be the work we shall analyze by alphabetic order:

Aquina, Thomas


Bakunin, Mikhail

Becker, Gary

Bergmann, Barbara

Fourier, Charles

Galbraith, John Kenneth

Keynes, John Maynard

Kondratieff, Nikolai

Kuznets, Simon

Lange. Oscar

Lasalle, Ferdinand

Lenin, Vladimir

Marx, Karl


Myrdal, Gunnar

North, Cecil

Owen, Robert

Pareto, Vilfredo

Petty, William

Pigou, Arthur

Quesnay, Francoise

Robinson, Joan

Samuelson, Paul

Schumpeter, Joseph

Sen, Amartya


Sombart, Werner

Stiglitz, Joseph

Tinbergen, Jan

Veblen, Thorstein

Weber, Max

Wicksell, Knut

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