You might actually want to read some of Mises works, because you obviously don’t have the slightest clue about the ideas he put forth.
Adam Smith was certainly one of the great minds in economics, but his absolutely false labor theory of value gave credence and ideological support to Marxist theories.
Most of what Mises said was merely a comprehensive treatment of ideas which incorporated and expanded on those that sprouted in the 1870’s, primarily those of Carl Menger.
If you can lump Mises with Keynes and Marx, then you certainly don’t understand. Mises is the antidote for Keynes and Marx.
you obviously don’t understand the concept of false left/right paradigm. one false paradigm props up the other paradigm because neither are correct. there is always a perpetual struggle, and the congress utilizes myths of both to push towards a marxist state.
a true libertarian paradigm is not acceptable to the international banking cartel.
that is why they deliberately funded and pushed ludwig von mises on the population in the early 1900s, while they instituted the federal reserve and gold standard, usurping the constitution.
the economic theories of ludwig von mises are based on no empirical evidence nor supported with consistent definitions or logic. human action was written as poorly, if not worse with his obfuscating language, than even das kapital. i actually labored through the original propaganda of ludwig von mises. complete trash. anything said of value was already said by uncorrupted men and usually taken out of context. if you actually read ludwig von mises, rather than consume the foundation propaganda on a daily basis, you’d understand why i said “labored” through his work. if i didn’t throw it away, i may still have a copy for you to read if you enjoy torture. i consumed the propaganda on a daily basis from the mises foundations, but i had the intuition to realize there were things which didn’t add up, namely the treatment of currency and land as any other commodity.
they continue to push the gold standard because it is the favorite monetary fraud of tyrants throughout history. bringing back the gold standard would be economically destructive, whereas going on a true colonial scrip, greenback, or continental currency would provide the funding through the monetary expansion needed to end fractional reserve lending in order to eliminate the national debt and end income taxation. the endgame of tyrants is a world gold fiat, though a world debt fiat would be acceptable to them as well. they can always switch between debt fiat and gold fiat as one system causes complete economic breakdown, like a false left/right paradigm, pushing the former fraud as the solution to the current fraud.
that is why they also deleted henry george from the american memory even though henry george was america’s best-selling and most influential economist, selling millions world-wide of his self-published economic treatise.
if you ever spent a tenth of the time you spend reading rockefeller foundation funded ludwig von mises and the ludwig von mises institute propaganda, the constant parade of strawman, ad hominem, definition inconsistency, and reducto ad absurdum, by reading and studying henry george, you would see the cat.
you are guilty of what you accuse others. you’re part of the false paradigm and can’t see the truth. that is why the vulgar libertarianism you push has never caught on. it is difficult to be popular when you’re wrong.
you might want to take a look carefully at the libertarian party’s david nolan and the ludwig von mises institute’s robert andelson. both are georgists. robert andelson even wrote a text on how academia was corrupted. you might want to look at what people like milton friedman and albert einstein said about henry george. you might want to take a look at mason gaffney and fred foldvary, two georgists who aren’t paid to be silent or obfuscate, like murray rothbard. carl menger, thomas malthus, herbert spencer, max stirner, and ayn rand were dopes too. land, labor, commodities, capital, and currencies are distinct classes of objects.
ending income taxes good. funding government with monetary expansion and land value taxes good. regulations on financial fraud good. financial fraud bad. ending debt fiat and ending fractional reserve lending good. returning to gold fiat bad. marx bad. keynes bad. mises [feudalism] bad. classic liberalism good. mmmkay?