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
"If the government is so confident it has sold the benefits of the TPPA to Kiwis, then it should put New Zealand’s participation in it to a binding referendum”, leader of the Democrats for Social Credit Party, Stephnie de Ruyter, told the Party conference in Christchurch yesterday.
Published: 16 October 2016

An apology from CDHB corporate solicitor Greg Brogden for the failure of DHB staff to provide information requested under the OIA by Democrats for Social Credit Party (DSC) health spokesman David Tranter, highlights how bureaucracies evade answering questions when the enquirer is entitled to have ...
Published: 09 October 2016

The growing practice of New Zealand hospital meals being supplied frozen by overseas-owned companies again raises the question of why the government and Health Ministry are pursuing such a ridiculous agenda, according to Democrats for Social Credit Party (DSC) health spokesman David Tranter.
Published: 05 October 2016

Of all the atrocities in Syria’s five year civil war, the worst is surely the horrendous air strikes on the hapless civilian population of Aleppo.
Published: 03 October 2016

The pursuit of political power at any cost in terms of principles was never more blatantly shown than by some of the statements made by retiring Green Party MP Kevin Hague, according to Democrats for Social Credit Party health spokesman David Tranter.
Published: 15 September 2016

The latest political and bureaucratic failures to act over the desperate situation of patients suffering horrendous consequences of surgical mesh operations gone wrong is again highlighted by government stalling and Medsafe's waffling on National Radio's Nine to Noon programme, (31 August) accordi...
Published: 05 September 2016

PM John Key is master of the flip, whether that’s a flip-flop, flip-off, or flippant comment to side-step hard questions and deflect blame. And now, speaking on the subject of measuring child poverty, it seems he’s added ‘flipped out’ to his repertoire.
Published: 04 October 2016

The Bank of England is actually finding it difficult to persuade investors to sell it sufficient government bonds to facilitate its planned bank reserve for government bond swap (sometimes called ‘quantitative easing’).
Published: 01 October 2016

It's painful to watch Al Jazeera documentaries highlighting the disgraceful conditions in which many of the world's children are forced to live, but especially to work.
Published: 28 September 2016

During the past 20 years the telecommunications industry has undergone worldwide revolutionary changes. This is having and will continue to have profound social implications.
Published: 14 September 2016

The recent on and off again deal with the fading Greens (yes, the same ones who support the mass medication of our citizens with the poison fluoride) to obtain political power seems to indicate that Labour has nothing to excite, stimulate, the NZ voting public with radical helpful solutions to imp...
Published: 06 September 2016

It can be very depressing to have to endure the woeful decisions being made by the National Party administration. The trouble with the present clutch of government politicians is that of rigid party discipline which (unless one is a Minister of the Crown), requires strict adherence to conform to s...
Published: 26 August 2016

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Tuesday, 8 November 2016
at 7:30:00 p.m.

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at 7:00:00 p.m.


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


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