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.
Issue 66
The Guradian Issue 66

Everything old is new again

The current upheaval in the European and world monetary system is described by the UK Guardian newspaper as “a kind of financial warfare not seen in the history of modern states”.

Stephnie de Ruyter says the common denominators are greed, vested corporate interest, and a morally iniquitous financial system generating indebtedness, poverty and fear. (p.3)


In New Zealand – particularly Auckland - the housing situation is reaching crisis point. Chris Leitch points out that thousands of New Zealanders were financed into new houses after WW2, funded by low-cost loans from the Reserve Bank. (p.5). This example of social credit in action was implemented by the Government – as it could be again.


After more than 60 years the rest of the world is finally catching up with what we have been saying all along (p.3). Delegates at this year’s Conference will consider a proposal to campaign as ‘Social Credit’ – with modern logo and marketing.
I am reminded of the song by Anne Murray:
Don't throw the past away
You might need it some rainy day
Dreams can come true again
When everything old is new again.
Published: August 2015

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