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.
 
Articles
Following a viewing I had of a half hour interview with John Key on the CNBC television channel , I have reached the conclusion that in foreign affairs our Prime Minister is hedging his bets, not that that would be strange to a former currency trader.
Published: 20 August 2015


"Across the country, the poorest queue at soup kitchens, while [the] well dressed citizens, too proud to queue, wait for restaurants to close so they can rummage through the bins." [London Sunday Times 5-7-15]. The newspaper was reporting about those living in Greece. But trans-positioning situati...
Published: 01 August 2015


All loans made to the Greek Government or to its central bank by the IMF or the European Central Bank, or other banks, has been made with money created out of thin air – it is not money from depositors.   Greek citizens are under no obligation to repay them, nor any interest on them, and G...
Published: 09 July 2015


The result of the Greek referendum on whether to accept stringent debt repayment conditions has done nothing to avert Greeks, their children, and grandchildren from a potential life of financial enslavement to foreign groups.
Published: 06 July 2015


I want to pose three questions:  What do we believe most Kiwi's want?  Do we believe the system, both political and economic we currently operate under, delivers what it should to most Kiwis?  If we believe that it doesn't, then what needs to change to improve things?
Published: 17 June 2015


James Shaw doesn't know the password. For those who have no idea who James Shaw is, he is the new Green Party leader, or rather part leader.
Published: 12 June 2015


The first government in 43 years to raise social welfare benefits above inflation is not an indication that National has any intention or objective of tackling the problem of financial poverty and inequality in New Zealand. However a hint of tax cuts in election year 2017 by Bill English is a sign...
Published: 03 June 2015


Pattrick Smellie’s article in this week’s Listener -  “To  TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership) or not TPP”  - sheds some welcome light on an international agreement currently being negotiated in secret that very few appear to be aware of (at least the Listener’s readers are no longer in the dark).
Published: 31 May 2015


The internet shows that the British housing price boom has been a topic in the UK general election and reports show that the political parties will promise anything to get votes (that's nothing new of course). Government (ie taxpayers') loans,and grants to first time buyers to help them put their f...
Published: 05 May 2015


You won't  hear about it from the New Zealand news media.  "Iceland's government is considering a revolutionary monetary proposal"  [London Daily Telegraph web site 7-4-15]. The reason why is that New Zealanders - or the older ones at least - may recall hearing it all before.On the other hand they...
Published: 09 April 2015


What's on
Wednesday, 9 September 2015
at 7:00:00 p.m.

 

The Guardian
Issue 66
 
The rest of the World is catching on!

 

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