I’m not too convinced, especially when it comes to Keynesian regulatory policy –nobody wants more regulation unless it serves some kind of purpose. I’m also not convinced with this statement (emphasis mine):
After five years of Keynesian and other anti-market “remedies,” Europe overall is in recession
Europe definitely did not take any “Keynesian remedy”. I would rather call it a badly-implemented austerity program. One that ended up in: ↑T ↑G, T + G = ∞ , which might explain yesterday’s insane vote in Italy.