The Robin Hood Tax

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Future News

The Robin Hood Tax campaign takes a cheeky look at what the world might be like in 2024, with a tax which tackles extreme poverty, climate change and cuts to public services.
Stephnie de Ruyter
Stephnie de Ruyter, Party Leader
Party Leader
 
 
 
The Origins of Social Credit
Development of modern banking has resulted in nations losing the power to issue most of their own money. The financial system, worldwide, is based on debt.
 
Media Releases
National's new Conservation Minister Maggie Barrie appears to have gone into hiding over the raging controversy surrounding New Zealand's continuing use of 1080, according to Democrats for Social Credit health spokesman David Tranter. 
Published: 26 January 2015



The nonsensical statements spouted by DHB bureaucracies in trying to justify their ever-expanding management empires has reached new heights with the WCDHB's latest production of a supposedly new administrative position of "General manager, people and capability", according to DSC health spokesman...
Published: 24 November 2014



Finance minister Bill English has again rejected the strategy of Reserve Bank loans to reduce DHB debt and has stated that he, "will not enter into further correspondence on this matter". This is in response to the series of letters put to him by Democrats for Social Credit health spokesman David ...
Published: 06 November 2014



"Under the regulatory coherence proposals for the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement the government's ability to create regulations to handle emergencies such as Christchurch's earthquakes could disappear" says John Ring, Democrats for Social Credit’s Foreign Affairs spokesman and Wigram candidat...
Published: 17 September 2014



“The government is lowering the standards for the repair of Christchurch's fresh water, sewage, storm water, and roading systems (collectively known as horizontal infrastructure),” says John Ring, Democrats for Social Credit candidate for Wigram.
Published: 16 September 2014



“Although on opposite sides of the House, Labour and National have played team tag when it comes to policy” said Katherine Ransom, DSC Social Issues Spokesman and Waikato electorate candidate. “While National panders to the prejudices of supporters  −  who assume that if you’re poor and out...
Published: 15 September 2014



Articles
Off to a poor start. In a speech of 1 December 2014, Mr Little said one of the biggest medium and long term challenges facing the country was "the future of work". I suggest that the future of work doesn't matter- it's the future of income that's the worry.
Published: 26 January 2015



I await with interest the usual New Year address by a Labour Party leader. Probably I'll be one of the few. The last election showed that Labour had lost its way. It could not attract those dissatisfied with National's drive to full privatisation of the country's resources and services. 
Published: 09 December 2014



The fog is getting thicker, and the rocks of danger are threatening our lives. What's causing this fog?  What danger threatening our lives can't we see? The fog is being manufactured by Prime MInister John Key and his National Government to prevent  most people seeing the danger ahead. The danger i...
Published: 08 November 2014



Democrats for Social Credit (DSC) basic policy is a reform of the financial system that is crippling New Zealand.  Our money supply is being created by commercial banks out of thin air, and lent to us with compounding interest and fees attached. DSC will direct the Reserve Bank to take over the m...
Published: 17 September 2014



In stark contrast to the tired old policies being promoted on the hustings by other parties, the Democrats for Social Credit Party has a workable policy platform for the 21st century.
Published: 16 September 2014



‘Efficiency’, like ‘restructuring’, mostly means fewer jobs, more poverty and more money for shareholders. Democrats for Social Credit (DSC) promote efficiencies that benefit everyone, including business.
Published: 15 September 2014



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The Guardian
Issue 65
Guardian Issue 64 
Something to celebrate!

 

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