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 64
The Guradian Issue 64

Our Vision

Owen Horton is angry. He sees the greed, connivance and treachery of successive governments towards its citizens. His vision is that the power to change the system is within
the province of any democratic State. What is required, he says in his article, is a system of monetary reform and policies that Democrats for Social Credit has advocated for
years.

DSC leader, Stephnie de Ruyter, is concerned that, in a debt society rife with income inequality and financial serfdom, the rich-poor divide will inevitably grow to be a yawning
chasm.

Party President, John Pemberton states that the successful implementation of policies of social justice, environmental justice, and economic justice, will be heralded around the
world.

Deputy leader Chris Leitch, says it’s time to ‘come out of the closet’ and tell your friends, workmates, and neighbours about how simple and sensible the social credit solution is.

In his message to the 2013 DSC conference, the highly respected Reverend Canon Peter Challen called for those in this ‘troubled Globe’, to “get a grip on the universality of our
plight and of the specific elements of redesign that will redeem our troubled ways”.

That is our vision.
 
 
Published: April 2014


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