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Tuesday, January 31, 1984

keynes - the greatest

There are many reasons western people need to recall for celebrating keynes as youth's sustainability system greatest mapmaker- he invested most of his legacy in the arts without which there would be no

  •  cambridge arts theatre (the first time a royal-approved university put arts at its centre)- without the Cambridge Arts there would be no footlights network- no michael palin whose amazing life as youth's unique media broadcaster spans
  • hanging pompous british newscasters with monty python
  • celebrating arctic circle people including russian with full circle - the first in a series of cultural appreciation of global that remains unequaled- who but palin would sing for his supper with the russian navy?



  •   then -palin  led the royal geographical society helping cement the bbc (eg paul rose, attenboroughs) and prince charles as the greenest English Language networkers of them all


of course the number 1 reason is last chapter of keynes general theory of employment, money and interest- it explains every western falsehood of big/fake media, big/fake banking, bug/fake health service and everything else that it is too old or too big to exist by mother nature's game rules of extinction or thriving

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