Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction
Christian based service movement warning about threats to rights and freedom irrespective of the label, Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"
Edmund Burke

Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction
7 April 2006 Thought for the Week

"There is a pressing need to discuss the subject of religion in secular - i.e. non-theological terms. Nevertheless, it will be found, as secular investigation approaches the vital central meaning of life, it begins to acquire numinous qualities; i.e. the meanings begin to glow, to be charged with feelings of value, and so begin to lose its cold secular character.
There is a word that can stand for religion, but it is not one in which the meaning of religion can be found; it is one which that meaning can be put.
It is the word 'Order'.
The problem for the individual today is that of achieving and maintaining order inside his own mind within a human environment which is rapidly falling into appalling disorder. The concept of 'Order' in this broad context can be imagined as representing the highest possible value, since everything, the worthwhileness of existence, survival itself, depends on it."
- Ivor Benson, in "Behind the News," January 1982.


by James Reed
A number of lady readers have expressed criticism at a couple of my articles which they believe are "unfair" to women. Not all women are feminists they have said, and many women get to positions of success without affirmative actions. "Your prejudices are showing through, James."
In reply, in the face of the massive threats which the West now faces, all that I can hope is that more people become as "prejudicial" as myself, quickly.
Across the world, especially in the West, but also in countries such as China, Singapore and South Korea, birthrates are below replacement level. People are often having no children at all. Sometimes this birth dearth is blamed on the high cost of child care (e.g., "High Cost of Holding a Baby," The Weekend Australian, 18-19/3/06, p.23) but in Sweden the State finances generous tax incentives for people to start families but it makes little overall difference.
Phillip Longman, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation has written a book about this birth dearth problem, called "The Empty Cradle: How Falling Birthrates Threaten World Prosperity and What To Do About It," (Basic Books, 2004). An extract of the deeply brilliant book was recently published in The Weekend Australian (25-26/3/06, p.29). Longman observes that falling birthrates have occurred before in human civilisation. Patriarchy, the system of male rule has traditionally kept birthrates high among the upper classes and "no advanced civilisation has yet learned how to endure without it." Male domination enables a maximisation of power and "those that didn't were either overrun or absorbed." Longman says that this "may be obnoxious to the enlightened, but it is set to make a comeback."

In one of my articles I said that the logic of women's liberation - working mothers with one pet child or women who pursued their brilliant careers rather than have a child at all - will by natural selection, work to eliminate feminism and restore patriarchy. Longman also argues along such lines. The members of the society of the future will be composed of individuals descended from parents who rejected those social tendencies and their views include, he says, "an adherence to traditional patriarchal religion, and a strong identification with one's own folk and nation." Longman notes that "those Europeans most likely to identify themselves as world citizens are also those least likely to have children."
Patriarchal societies only degenerate into misogyny when such societies are breaking down, Longman points out. Healthy patriarchal societies protect women. Male sexual energy is directed into marriage. Sex outside of marriage is a force which works to undermine the institution of the family and produce rogue males.
Longman quotes economist Nancy Folbre who has said: "Patriarchal control over women tends to increase their specialisation in reproductive labour, with important consequences for both the quantity and quality of their investments in the next generation." In other words, patriarchy produces better mothers.

Our present liberated system is one where both men and women have put the pursuit of money and material possessions in front of what were the basic values, such as having a family. Our side of politics readily blames the elite/rulers/conspirators for ills such as those described here, and rightly so. But the blame should be balanced. Part of the blame for the empty cradle lies with men and women. Women in particular are not robots or deterministic mechanisms. As a matter of choice and free will they have gone along with the requirements of the new world order. It is a matter of largely female choice that Australia's abortion rate approaches 100,000 per year. Women have not largely opposed a system which is conducting a war against manhood, with Australia having the highest (per capita) male suicides and middle aged male suicide rates in the world. Feminism commits the sins of commission but there are sins of omission as well. Generation X and Y women are quite happy to benefit from this war against manhood. Go to the universities and the pubs and observe them and weep. Observe the excuses for manhood that populate our universities and fear for the future.

Tucked next to Longman's extract is a short article entitled "The Severe Oversupply of Manpower" (The Weekend Australian, 25-26/3/06, p.29) by Martin Walker. The article reports on another topic which I have written about in the past: the sex imbalance in China. Although women usually outnumber men in most societies, the use of the ultrasound machine and female abortion has led to a sexual imbalance in China, with its existing one-child policy. By 2020 China may have as many as 40 million "frustrated bachelors." The article has this subheading: "Young western men face more competition from Asian counterparts for wives."
Don't say that I didn't warn you. When the White western male falls, the future will be as it is now in China-dominated Tibet. Now is the time for resistance of the slow death of the West.


 by Betty Luks
In late 1938 Major Clifford Douglas was host at a luncheon to those men who had gathered round him and helped form the Social Credit Secretariat. In the course of his remarks to the gathering Douglas explained the primary purpose for the invitation was to enjoy the personal pleasure it gave him in seeing them there. After all, any enterprise such as was contemplated by them, must involve, in itself, a sifting process. "And," he said, "we have just experienced something of that kind, and, while having taken very little part in it, I have watched with the greatest attention the sifting process going on. It has been, to a great extent a sifting of character.

If this sounds like rudeness it is really far from it - but it has been a sifting of character far more than of brilliance or superficial ability. I discount brilliance and superficial ability for very much the same reasons that, even a salesman discounts "flashy" brilliance.
There is a process by which to use the jargon of modern psychology, things become driven down into the subconscious, and it is by a steady process of that kind that the composite parts and tendencies of individuals become character, which is something very important. Dr. Tudor Jones has very properly defined character as "the policy of the individual." (The New Era 10 March, 1939).

The Devil is God Upside Down

In one of his earlier books, he quoted the English translation of the Latin proverb, Daemon est Deus inversus, and observed he was continually impressed by the fact that there are very few policies of modern governments which would not be first-class policies if they were turned upside down. But how do we get what we want?


First, please bear with me and think about what Douglas had to say on the matter. We know modern political parties have learned well the crafty art of 'divide and rule'.
But! said Douglas, we must Unite and Don't be Ruled!
How? Douglas observed:
"Another basis of (I hope) realism. Don't at all assume that you are going to do something with large masses of people, without being perfectly clear as to why you should be able to deal with large masses of people.
In this matter, we are dealing with forces which, however different they may be from mechanical forces, are nevertheless forces, and obey laws which have all the appearances of being just as rigid.
"I am sure many causes failed by basing action on the assumption that if you take a perfectly good and sound thing you can get a very large number of people to attend to it, or enlist a large number of people, who, by their attention to what you have to put before them, would get the thing done. "Much more important is to find out why they are already joining battle over some objective. If you can, get hold of what already someone else is doing and help him to get it quicker.
"We have to get organisation which works on what lawyers call "enabling bill" lines. (Enabling: providing legal power or sanction. Render capable or able for some task…ed)
"We have not to suggest what to do to be done, but make it easier to get it done. In doing that I believe we shall be pursuing a novel method, with attention to that supremely wise saying, 'If any man would be greatest among you let him be your servant.'"

And that is just what Nick Xenophon did!
While he certainly knows how to use the media well, when former Labor politician Kris Hanna became an Independent (and was also returned to State parliament!) Xenophon backed him up.
When the widow of the hit-run cyclist Ian Humphrey sought better victim support, Xenophon was by her side.
When the beleaguered South Australian egg producers wanted action Xenophon came out fighting for them.
He took on the movie megaplex at Westfield's Marion when the management insisted patrons could not take their own foodstuffs into the theatre but had to purchase from their overpriced retail outlet.
And of course he has been fighting the flood of Pokies into this state and the resulting human tragedies for many a year.

Look carefully at what he is doing.
He is "getting hold of what already someone else is doing and helping him to get it quicker." For his efforts, Nick Xenophon was not only returned to the Upper House, he received two and a half times the number of votes needed for a quota thus taking another Independent colleague into parliament with him.
The minor parties could learn some very important lessons from Nick Xenophon's approach to his fellow South Australians.

As for the Liberals, they are bewailing the fact the swing against them was as much as 10 per cent. There is much wailing and gnashing of teeth and promises to "reconnect with the people". It has been tipped the federal Industrial Relations legislation will prove to be a big headache for the Liberals in the future. The working public feel betrayed and very resentful that workers' rights and safeguards gained over many years have been wiped out by the Howard federal government.
Of course the League of Rights has pointed out time and again there is no resolution of the issue worker versus employer under the present policies/rules - in fact this conflict is at least a hundred years old!
The Liberals are chanting the mantra the Industrial Relations legislation was placed on the statute books for "The National Interest", and to improve productivity. Would somebody please point out to me who is this "National Interest"? A bit like the Scarlet Pimpernel - you can seek him here, you can seek him there, but he is always elusive. A shadowy figure is this "National Interest"!

If the production of a nation is not for the people of the nation then why on earth are we producing? If you follow the Liberals' line of reasoning, they would have us believe the people are for production - not the other way round. Another case of Daemon est Deus inversus.
The problem is not production - it hasn't been for many a year. The problem is distribution of that abundant production!
**Anthony Cooney's series on Social Credit provide answers to the resolution of the so-called conflict between workers and employers. Start with "Social Credit: Economics," $12.50 posted from all League Book Services.


by James Reed
The Sunday Times reports that the President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou-Nguesso paid over $US175,000 (AUS$231,000) in cash towards a $US295,000 hotel bill that he and his cronies ran up at a 2005 UN Summit.
He was negotiating with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to cancel most of the Congo's debts on the grounds that the country could not afford to repay them.
President Sassou-Nguesso has learnt the ways of Western politicians: live high while your country sinks into the quick sands of poverty and degeneration.


Two American researchers have caused a commotion by releasing a study of the Jewish Lobby's influence on America's foreign policy. The Israeli Jewish newspaper Haaretz reports on the matter.
The U.S. Middle East policy is not in America's national interest and is motivated primarily by the country's pro-Israel lobby, according to a study published March 16, 2006 by researchers from Harvard University and the University of Chicago. Observers in Washington said yesterday that the study was liable to stir up a tempest and spur renewed debate about the function of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC ) lobby.
"No lobby has managed to divert U.S. foreign policy as far from what the American national interest would otherwise suggest, while simultaneously convincing Americans that U.S. and Israeli interests are essentially identical, " write the authors of the study.
John J. Mearsheimer from the University of Chicago's political science department and Stephen M. Walt from Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government do not present new facts. They rely mainly on an analysis of Israeli and American newspaper reports and studies, along with the findings of the Israeli human rights group B'Tselem.
The study also documents accusations that American (Jewish) supporters of Israel pushed the United States into war with Iraq. It lists senior Bush administration officials who supported the war and are also known to support Israel, such as Paul Wolfowitz, Doug Feith and David Wurmser.
The authors say the influence of the pro-Israel lobby is a source of serious concern and write that it has even caused damage to Israel by preventing it from reaching a compromise with its neighbours.
An unedited version of the 82 page study is available at: or


by Brian Simpson
Various publications across this once fair land regularly take a swing at this movement for its "racist" views. You see, anybody defending White people is a "racist" and anybody wanting to preserve a sub-group of the White race - Nordics or Aryans - is "beyond the pale". Didn't the Nazis want to do that? Oh - guess what you guys are!

But the national socialists of Germany also introduced the world's first environmental protection and animal protection laws. So I guess by that "logic" environmentalism (now dominated by the Left) is a "Nazi" conspiracy as well.
The Nazis also invented rockets and the Establishment doesn't seem to have any racial guilt when using such weapons to blow its enemies apart.
Remember it is "racist" according to the "new class" to want to limit immigration to Australia. It is not racist to have imposed trade sanctions on Iraq which led to the deaths of 250,000 children - or so I was informed by literature given to me by an international socialist with dreadlocks and a picture of "Che" on his t-shirt. (Really a picture not of the real Che but of Marlon Brando from a movie).

Are liberals and the Left really so racially pure?

Millions of African children die from water related diseases, yet out liberal intellectuals are typically obese and suffer from diseases of overeating. Their faces and bodies are soft with the flab of affluence. If they were really serious about their "anti-racism" they would sell off their resources, take the cash and go help the poor of the world. In the scheme of things, disliking a race of people is pretty minor stuff compared with the hypocritical sin of omission - of living in affluence whilst those whose cause you champion, die in poverty.

Dare I say it: the White supremacist who 'hates' coloured people enough to help them in their own land so that they don't become refugees in the first place, is a morally better person than the hypocritical liberal who never digs into his/her pocket to contribute to aid projects, yet is the first to chant "racist". These pompous, morally-righteous, bleeding heart liberals should refrain from saying that Australia is a nation of bigots long enough to ask the people who suffer in the Third World, which is the greater sin. They may be surprised by the answer.


It seems Tony Blair's Labour Party is not having it all its own way as it tries to introduce an ID card system in Britain - but of course it's not called that. The House of Lords has thrown out the Bill for the third time, with the Blair government insisting it is determined to drive the scheme on to the statute books.
With little sign of either House backing off, the impasse over the Identity Cards Bill threatens to develop into a constitutional crisis. The Lords recently voted by 218 to 183, a majority of 35, to reject proposals to require all people registering for a biometric passport to include their details on the new register that is intended to underpin the cards.
Peers protested that the proposal amounted to an attempt to introduce a compulsory ID scheme by stealth. The Tory spokeswoman Baroness Anelay of St Johns said:
"We believe quite simply that there are other and better ways of securing our safety, reducing the fraudulent use of services and managing migration."


American actor Charlie Sheen has courageously spoken out about his doubts of the official version of what happened on that fateful day in America now known as 9/11. It would seem his public stance caused a media 'firestorm' resulting in (predictably) an attack upon the person, but not an examination of the evidence presented.
Charlie Sheen has responded publicly by challenging his detractors to debate him on the evidence of 9/11 and not issues relating to his personal life. "I am an American citizen that loves my country and as a citizen with my passion for this great country I demand that I be challenged on the facts not on immature behaviour from twenty years ago," said Sheen. "If they continue to attack me personally it only gives credence to our side of the argument."
Sheen addressed the attack pieces generated from his comments.
"The majority of them, in fact 90% of them, were attacking me personally, were attacking my credibility, were attacking my observational or talents of insight or observance and what they did not attack is the specific points that I raised, the points that generate the most controversy about the events,"
Sheen told the U.S. Alex Jones Show.
"I was vilified for expressing my feelings about what I saw and I was demonized for expressing my gut reaction to what I saw." Sheen reiterated his main focus as being on what caused Building 7, which wasn't hit by a plane, to become only the third steel building in history to collapse from fire damage (the other two being the twin towers). Photographs taken prior to the building's collapse show minor fires before it falls in a textbook demolition fashion. "If there's a problem with Building 7 then there's a problem with the whole damn thing and guess what? There's a serious problem with Building 7," said Sheen.
Sheen demanded that Larry Silverstein, the owner of the WTC complex, explain what he meant when he told a September 2002 PBS documentary 'America Rebuilds' that the decision was made to "pull" the building, which is a demolition term for deliberate implosion. "When someone makes a statement like that I think it warrants a follow up response," said Sheen. "In fact, you know what, I'll come right out and say that I'm personally requesting a direct answer from Mr. Silverstein about what he meant....give him my number tell him to call me I'm just curious. Tell him to call CNN tell him to call somebody because you cannot make a statement like that and not follow it up, and not back it up and not explain it."
"Anyone that cannot view this as a controlled demolition, I would have to say that their chair was not facing the television. Anyone that can look at this and say 'yes, that is a random event caused by fire' really needs psychiatric evaluation," said Sheen. Sheen expressed his excitement at the response that his stance received and hinted that this was only the beginning of the journey. "It feels like you and I have started the revolution and God bless America," said Sheen in closing.


by American actor Bill Cosby:
The following article has been widely circulated via the internet.7 Sep 2005 EDT:

"They're standing on the corner and they can't speak English. I can't even talk the way these people talk: Why you ain't, Where you is, What he drive, Where he stay, Where he work, Who you be... And I blamed the kid until I heard the mother talk. And then I heard the father talk. Everybody knows it's important to speak English except these knuckleheads. You can't be a doctor with that kind of crap coming out of your mouth. In fact, you will never get any kind of job making a decent living.
People marched and were hit in the face with rocks to get an education, and now we've got these knuckleheads walking around. The lower economic people are not holding up their end in this deal.
These people are not parenting. They are buying things for kids. $500 sneakers for what? And they won't spend $200 for "Hooked on Phonics".
I am talking about these people who cry when their son is standing there in an orange suit. (Prison clothing…ed) Where were you when he was 2? Where were you when he was 12? Where were you when he was 18 and how come you didn't know that he had a pistol? And where is the father? Or who is his father?

People putting their clothes on backward
Isn't that a sign of something gone wrong? People with their hats on backward, pants down around the crack, isn't that a sign of something? Or are you waiting for Jesus to pull his pants up? Isn't it a sign of something when she has her dress all the way up and got all type of needles [piercing] going through her body? What part of Africa did this come from? We are not Africans. Those people are not Africans; they don't know a thing about Africa. With names like Shaniqua, Taliqua and Mohammed and all of that crap, and all of them are in jail. Brown or black versus the Board of Education is no longer the white person's problem. We have got to take the neighborhood back. People used to be ashamed. Today a woman has eight children with eight different 'husbands' -- or men or whatever you call them now. We have millionaire football players who cannot read. We have million-dollar basketball players who can't write two paragraphs. We as black folks have to do a better job. Someone working at Wal-Mart with seven kids, you are hurting us.
We have to start holding each other to a higher standard. We cannot blame the white people any longer."


The Fund keeps moving forward thanks to your generous support and contributions. As already announced, the League will bring out its second CD-Rom in the not too distant future. This time you will have fifty years (at least) of The New Times social and political commentary and history from a social credit perspective at your finger tips.
The making of it has consumed at least two years of time and effort on the part of a dedicated team. Phew! These projects will ensure the work of the League will be handed on to the next generation who will grasp the 'torch of truth and freedom' to take it forward into the future. There will be no 'dropping it down the memory hole'!
The Basic Fund has now reached $24,646:75. Will you give generously to the Fund to help ensure the work of the League continues strongly? All cheques to be made out to: Australian League of Rights, and posted to: Box 1052 GPO Melbourne 3001.


Sydney Conservative Speakers' Club (SCC): Tuesday evening 25th April, 2006.
Guest speaker Joan Michie, Subject: "An educator's long term experience in Sarawak."
SCC May meeting: Guest speaker will be the League's National Director. His subject: "A New Look at Telstra". This is a great opportunity to meet the League's new National Director, appointed last October at the National Weekend, Albury 2005.

Adelaide Conservative Speakers' Club:
Monday 1st May, 2006. National Director Don Auchterlonie, "A New Look at Telstra".


A schoolboy 'howler' from a League friend.
"The most important feature of the Treaty of Versailles was the establishment of the League of Rights".

Breaking News
At New York's Kennedy Airport today, an individual, later discovered to be a public school teacher was arrested trying to board a flight while in possession of a ruler, a protractor, a setsquare, a slide rule, and a calculator. At a morning press conference, US Attorney General, John Ashcroft said he believes the man is a member of the notorious al-Gebra movement.
He is being charged by the FBI with carrying weapons of maths instruction. "Al-Gebra is a fearsome cult," Ashcroft said. "They desire average solutions by means and extremes, and sometimes go off on tangents in search of absolute value. They use secret code names like 'x' and 'y' and refer to themselves as 'unknowns', but we have determined they belong to a common denominator of the axis of medieval with coordinates in every country. As the Greek philanderer Isosceles used to say, 'there are 3 sides to every triangle''.
When asked to comment on the arrest, President Bush said, "If God had wanted us to have better weapons of maths instruction, He would have given us more fingers and toes".