The Imperious and Mysterious "Lord Keynes" has spent months and years trying to debunk the Austrian Business Cycle Theory. He's found a few of the weaknesses in it that have bothered me for years. However, the essence of the Austrian School and the entirety of economics itself is the concept of human action, human exchange and economic calculation. Like all anti-Austrians, "Lord Keynes" just doesn't get it. Personally, I think it is a psychological aversion to the truth. One can no longer hold the religious beliefs of the Keynesian Hoax if one understands human action, human exchange and economic calculation. There's a reason why Keynes avoided this essential topic in its entirety in "The General Theory", a total aversion that continues to this day.
So, while understanding nothing, LK announces his syllabus of Debunking Austrian Economics 101. I'm thinking that this is a wonderful event because a newbie Keynesian who reads this stuff won't understand economic calculation anymore than LK does (not at all) and will not understand or even be aware that it is at the center of Austrian Thought. LK's pedagogical malpractice is the civilized world's gain.
So, go forth you Keynesians and spout LK's pitiful and uninformed critique of the Austrian School. We will see you coming from blocks away.
Also, you don't want to miss the MMTers rather spastic response to me pointing out that LK still does not understand economic calculation.