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.
Ewan Cornor




Ewan was born in Masterton, but raised on a dairy farm near Dargaville.  He attended Dargaville High then worked on dairy farms in the area until joining the Police in 1971. This career change led him to Auckland where he continued serving with the Police until he resigned in 1980. Ewan remained in Auckland working in various roles, including owning his own business.  In 2008 he  returned to Dargaville,

Ewan has been a staunch supporter of social credit all his life: his uncle; Gary Clun,; was one of the founding NZ members of Social Credit; and his father worked as secretary of Hobson branch during the time when Vernon Cracknell was elected to parliament.

Ewan's active involvement in the Party started during 1972 when he joined the Pakuranga Branch and worked to support former Party Leader and MP Neil Morrison.

Now living in Te Aroha, Ewan is semi-retired and pleased to have more time to spend promoting monetary reform.

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