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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Sparking debate about income gaps, the damage they do, and how to narrow them.
A simple solution to the debt crisis. Ever wondered why we're all in so much debt? Watch this three minute video to discover what we need to do.
New Zealand's foremost political magazine, specialising in the monetary reform question. It has a world-wide distribution and contains articles from experts in taxation, water purification, health, housing affordability, international energy situations and other current issues not prominently featured elsewhere.
Monetary Justice: An economic, political and social system which is built on the foundations of loving care, truth, justice and honest endeavor; where anything that is physically possible and desirable is financially possible; where systems are made for people, not people for systems; where individual and co-operative enterprise are the basis of economic organisation; and where we recognise that the proper purpose of industry is the production of goods and not the provision of employment.
Global Justice is the new paradigm and has five inter-related components: Monetary Justice, Social Justice, Economic Justice, Environmental Justice, and Peace Justice.
Imagine a world without poverty, hunger & debt. Social credit can make this happen.
CCMJ began in Scotland in the late 1950s with the work of the Congregational Union of Scotland (CUS) and its Christian Doctrine of Wealth Committee. The first report, often called the Dundee Report, was presented to the CUS Assembly in Dundee, May 1962. It aroused much public interest, was reprinted several times, and finally emerged with the title Money - A Christian View, with an enthusiastic foreword by the Very Rev. George McLeod DD.
"Within the forseeable future, water fluoridation will be recognised as one of the 10 biggest medical mistakes in history"
Cook’s articles on public policy issues appear widely on the internet and in print venues. He was an adviser to Congressman Dennis Kucinich during the 2004 and 2008 presidential campaigns and a contributor to the American Monetary Act drafted and currently being promoted by the American Monetary Institute. Cook’s most recent book is We Hold These Truths: The Hope of Monetary Reform, released in December 2008.
A collection of resources for anyone interested in this alternative monetary system. Also known as 100% reserve banking.
COMER monitors and evaluates economic and monetary policy through education, information, and suggestions of monetary and economic alternatives.
We are working for healthy economies for Aotearoa/New Zealand - balanced, sustainable and empowering - based on and respecting the living systems of our planet.
Working for a SANE alternative: this website is based on work of the past thirty years which continues today.
An independent network for the creation of a humane, just, sustainable and culturally appropriate economic system in South Africa.
It is a known fact that 1080 (sodium monofluoroacetate) kills everything that consumes it, & goes on killing. Many animals, insects and birds die after every aerial drop; kea, morepork, even our kiwi are dying through secondary poisoning. See what's really happening in NZ's bush & beyond as hundreds of thousands of hectares of bush and wilderness areas are bombarded with this insidious poison.
As we enter the Third Age, policymakers are faced with many challenges ranging from climate change to ageing populations and advancing debts in much of the world. For all our so called advances much of the world still lives in conflict and poverty.
Web of Debt, a book by Ellen Hodgson Brown J.D., unravels the deceptions in our money scheme and presents a crystal clear picture of the financial abyss towards which we are heading. Then it explores a workable alternative, one that was tested in colonial America and is grounded in the best of American economic thought, including the writings of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln. If you care about financial security, your own or the nation's, you should read this book.
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