The first world war was an important milestone in stopping the economic development of Europe, reaping huge profits of arms sales and interests on financing the war and advancing Usury Cabal's control through chaos and confusion. This was one step that was to lead Europe into a spiralling chaos of the second world war and the rise of the European Union, the Soviet Union resurrected. The Cabal has been on it for a long time, Ordo ab Cao, order out of chaos. All the huge turmoils in history were not coincidences, they were planned.
John Maynard Keynes (1883 - 1946) English economist is best known for his economic theories on the causes of prolonged unemployment. He advocated increasing government spending during recessions to fight unemployment but also surplus budgets during good times.
"A century after it was signed, the accepted view of the Treaty of Versailles remains that it was a gigantic mistake, so savage and vindictive that it drove the rise of Hitler and led directly to the Second World War. Germany, so it is argued, was deliberately and cruelly humiliated. The victors – France, Britain and the United States – seized its colonies and parts of its territory in Europe, imposed disarmament, and, above all, sought to keep it economically enfeebled through reparations – exorbitant payments ostensibly extracted to pay for the damage caused by war. All this was justified because Germany and its allies were held solely to blame for the conflict's outbreak in 1914. This, as many in the English-speaking world and Germany came to believe, and still do, was grossly unfair because Germany had actually not started the war."
"At the Palace of Versailles outside Paris, Germany signs the Treaty of Versailles with the Allies, officially ending World War I. The English economist John Maynard Keynes, who had attended the peace conference but then left in protest of the treaty, was one of the most outspoken critics of the punitive agreement. In his The Economic Consequences of the Peace, published in December 1919, Keynes predicted that the stiff war reparations and other harsh terms imposed on Germany by the treaty would lead to the financial collapse of the country, which in turn would have serious economic and political repercussions on Europe and the world."
"As part of the British delegation to the Versailles Peace Conference after WW1 Keynes had detailed knowledge of the debates about reparations which were demanded of Germany. He believed the demands on defeated Germany were too harsh and he resigned his government position and wrote this book explaining his reasons."