Part two of a trilogy
Wow! There’s a lot here and I must say I love your overview of the “American system” with the tie-in from Hamilton to FDR, especially the emphasis on the significance of Henry C. Carey. I’ve been skipping and clicking on some of the links, so let me highlight those ideas that impressed me most and also put forward some reservations.
The “false opposite” duality between the Hayek and Keynesian theory of economics you’ve made clear. You also defined the significant differences between Keynes and the American system of economics as represented by FDR’s policies, effectively linking Keynes to British Intelligence & the City of London banking octopus.
However, I have to take issue with your “green new deal” link. Even if one were to accept the premise that human activity was not causing climate change, there can be no doubt that fossil fuels are a major cause of pollution. The proposition that nuclear power is a safe and efficient alternative is ludicrous in the shadow of Fukishima. It seems to me that nuclear power is the favorite alternative energy of the fossil fuel industry simply because they know it is no threat if the real cost of accidents is factored in.
Furthermore, although Lyndon Larouche is an articulate spokesman for peace and constructive projects like the Belt and Road initiative, his own lobbying efforts are intrinsically allied with the fossil fuel industry, so his views should be suspect on environmental issues. By abandoning sensible renewable energy alternatives opponents of neoliberalism are allowing them to co-opt an important issue.
Finally, I don’t believe Donald Trump has done anything to enhance the cause of American economic sovereignty. With the exception of General Flynn, all his presidential appointments have been disastrous and Flynn’s nomination was successfully undermined by his enemies. All the fires of conflict have been left lit; Benjamin Netanyahu and Mohammed bin Salman have been gratified beyond their wildest wishes. Trump has succeeded in making his corrupt successor look like a savior to most of the population. His allies in the Deep State must be breathing a sigh of relief.