Thought **this article **was a fun read.
Satanist propaganda is actually at the core of the Libertarian doctrine and of Austrian economics.
These days, Austrian economist Gary North introduces *The Fable of the Bees *on his website as“the most important poem in the last 300 years”.
But what is so special about the *Fable of the Bees *that this fairly obscure poem, and his author, could have inspired such eulogies from Hayek, Mises, and Keynes?
**Good comes from evil, and other perversions
**In his writings, Mandeville argues that liberty represents man’s uninhibited pursuit of his natural, evil instincts, and that, rather than being evil, selfishness and licentiousness lead to prosperity.
According to Mandeville, evil is “the grand principle that makes us social creatures, the solid basis, the life and support of all trade and employment without exception”.
Adam Smith, influenced by Mandeville, came to the conclusion that individual self-interest is the pillar of a prosperous society. Hayek and Mises went further and railed against altruism and solidarity as hindrances to a society’s economic success.
Now, it is one thing to point to similarities between Satanism and Libertarianism. But, as we have seen with the Fable of the Bees, Satanist propaganda is actually at the core of the Libertarian doctrine and of Austrian economics.
The Austrian School is not the only economic school infected with Satanism, far from it. Like Hayek, Keynes was a member of the infamous Fabian Society. He was also known as a child molester. Karl Marx was himself a Satanist.