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.
 
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With the US of A being presided over by an impulsive, ignorant and stupid oaf, it’s not surprising that the rest of the world worries about the chances of nuclear war. The tweeted insults to his Little Rocket Man counterpart in North Korea, himself a tyrant with even fewer restraints on his behavio...
Published: 09 June 2018


Even setting aside the specific provisions of a TPPA, however, there is no doubt that – for a small economy - getting into bed with powerful foreign corporations is fraught with danger, and almost inevitably raises the possibility of a loss of our power to decide important matters for ourselves. ...
Published: 08 June 2018


Northcote Democrats for Social Credit Party members were astounded that organisers of the Beach Haven Birkdale Residents’ Association meeting last week initially opted to hear only from candidates of the four parties with existing representation in Parliament.  
Published: 02 June 2018


The cost of home ownership remains astronomically high. The amount of debt being taken on by first home buyers is mind-boggling. One international analyst  warns   that the mortgage debt levels in New Zealand are not sustainable.
Published: 29 April 2018


If mainstream economists had thought and behaved differently after 1980, then arguably the world would not be in its current state of disarray, and much of the social and environmental dislocation that we have witnessed over that time-span would not have occurred.
Published: 03 April 2018


Although the corporate PR machine floods the media with claims that the global economy is ending poverty and bringing unprecedented prosperity to everyone, the daily experience for most people is an increasingly desperate struggle to make ends meet.  We have thoroughly tested the neo-liberal theor...
Published: 20 March 2018


The trouble is we haven't seen it yet. But when I read the big print, I am apprehensive. 
Published: 06 March 2018


Social movements arise to solve problems of inequality, injustice, exploitation and oppression. In other words, they are solutions to society-wide problems plaguing the many but not the few
Published: 30 January 2018


It is beyond doubt that the current money system has a huge impact on the distribution of power and wealth and heavily contributing to systemically worsening inequality. Even though there is growing public awareness and debate about the problem of inequality, so far the focus has been on the distri...
Published: 10 January 2018


New Zealanders like to think that we are, in most respects, up with - if not actually ahead of – the play.  Sadly, however, as a new government is about to emerge, there is no sign that our politicians and policymakers are aware of recent developments in a crucial area of policy, and that, as a re...
Published: 03 January 2018


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