Herald of Social Credit
Those who possess the skills
hold the whip-hand of financial power - if they did but know it. And there is
no great difficulty about their being made to know it. Indeed the secret can no
longer be kept.
Ecology and Social Credit: |
The Legacy of Tom Robertson
the financial mechanism infiltrates all, means that its raw nerves are exposed
at every point. If the octopus has its tentacles everywhere all you have to do
|Michael Lane's two booklets Charles Ferguson:
Herald of Social Credit and Human Ecology and Social Credit: The Legacy
of Tom Robertson are now available from Triumph of the Past for U.S. $7 and
$6 plus postage, respectively, or a personal check for the equalivent in your
local currency to Triumph of the Past, P.O. Box 29535, Columbus, OH 43229
"How is it that in
1495 the labourer was able to maintain himself in a standard of living considerably
higher, relatively to his generation, than that of the present time, with only
fifty days labour a year, whereas now millions are working in an age of marvelous
machinery the whole year round, in an effort to maintain themselves and their
families just above the line of destitution?" C.H. Douglas
Social Credit: Aspects
I conceive it, Social Credit covers and comprehends a great deal more than the
money problem. Important as that is, primarily important because it is a question
of priority, Social Credit fundamentally involves a conception...of the relationships
between individuals and their association in countries and nations, between individuals
and their association in groups." Clifford Hugh Douglas 'The Approach to
A century ago C.H. Douglas
revealed to the world that banks creat money out of nothing. He challenged the
monopoly of credit and those who control it. Increasing and unrepayable world
debt has rekindled interest in Douglas' works, his practical proposals and glimpse
| || |
Heralded as the Einstein of
economics, Douglas gave a glimps of reality to the world. He warned that debt,
heavy taxation and inflation was inevitable under centralised financial policies
which are in need of correction.
"If we do not restore the Institution
of Property we cannot escape restoring the Institution of Slavery". An introduction
to this celebrated thinker and writer. He challenged the state on social and economic
issues by contending that the dignity of man as a rational being require both
freedom and security.
Sword at Least: G.K. Chesterton|
A glimpse at the genius of Chesterton, author of over 100
books, poet, jounalist, editor, contor-versialist, biogapher, publisher, playwright,
debater, traveller, lecturer, illustrator and prophet. Readers are challenged
to discover Chesterton for themselves.
Also available are Anthony
Cooney's highly recommended titles Social Credit: Obelisks, Social Credit:
Aspects, Social Credit: Asterisks, Clifford Hugh Douglas, Hilaire
Belloc and One Sword at Least: G.K. Chesterton for U.S. $8.00, $6.50,
$5.25, $3.50, $4, and $5 plus postage, respectively, or equivalent. This is a
beautifully produced paperback series.
and Daughters of the Wind, Conclusion
should order from: P.O. Box 163, Chidlow, WA 6556 Australia, Phone/fax.
08 9574 6042.|
New Zealanders from P.O. Box 12-752, Penrose,
Auckland, New Zealand.
by Michael Lane "Herald of Social Credit" $11.50, "Human
Ecology: and Social Credit" $9.50.
by Anthony Cooney "Social Credit: Obelisks" $11.50, "Social
Credit: Aspects" $9.50, "Social Credit Asterisks" $8.50; "Clifford
Hugh Douglas" $5.50; "Hilaire Belloc 1870-1953" $6.50,
Sword at Least - G.K. Chesterton" $8.00. Prices include postage and handling.
Available from all League Book Services.