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

3 July 2009 Thought for the Week:

‘Jesus said: Believe me, woman, the hour is coming when you will worship the Father neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem… But the hour will come – in fact it is here already – when true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and truth: that is the kind of worshipper the Father wants. God is spirit, and those who worship must worship in spirit and truth.’
- - Gospel of John 4:21-24.

“Social Credit is the Policy of a Philosophy”. What does this mean? It simply means that every action we take towards a certain policy is the result of a philosophy. There are two basic philosophies in the world, and, because these philosophies are diametrically opposed to each other, they give rise to conflicting policies.
The first philosophy is one which conceives of all power and authority arising from a point external to the individual. The second philosophy conceives of all power and authority arising from within the Individual.

The first philosophy automatically gives rise to policies which necessitate a certain type of organisation in order to impose certain conditions upon the Individual. This philosophy results in the Individual being subordinated to the State, the System, or some other abstraction.
The second philosophy, which conceives of reality as an environment in which the Individual can make the greatest progress towards self-development, gives rise to a social structure in which there is the greatest possible, decentralisation of all policies, including financial policies.

Jesus of Nazareth stated the Christian – the realistic philosophy, when he said: The Kingdom of God is within you.”

- - Eric D. Butler in Social Credit Training Course, Lecture 1  


A social crediter came across the following article regarding the development of what is essentially free energy technology:
He wrote that it would appear Nickola Tesla was right. Of course, he also points out, the same article goes out of its way to assert that such technology will never be able to run your house or your office. That is simply not true…. But first the article:-

“Prototype Nokia phone recharges without wires,” by Christopher Null:
“Pardon the cliche, but it's one of the holiest of Holy Grails of technology: Wireless power. And while early lab experiments have been able to "beam" electricity a few feet to power a light bulb, the day when our laptops and cell phones can charge without having to plug them in to a wall socket still seems decades in the future.

Nokia, however, has taken another baby step in that direction with the invention of a cell phone that recharges itself using a unique system: It harvests ambient radio waves from the air, and turns that energy into usable power. Enough, at least, to keep a cell phone from running out of juice.

While "traditional" (if there is such a thing) wireless power systems are specifically designed with a transmitter and receiver in mind, Nokia's system isn't finicky about where it gets its wireless waves. TV, radio, other mobile phone systems -- all of this stuff just bounces around the air and most of it is wasted, absorbed into the environment or scattered into the ether.
Nokia picks up all the bits and pieces of these waves and uses the collected electromagnetic energy to create electrical current, then uses that to recharge the phone's battery. A huge range of frequencies can be utilized by the system (there's no other way, really, as the energy in any given wave is infinitesimal). It's the same idea that Tesla was exploring 100 years ago, just on a tiny scale.

Mind you, harvesting ambient electromagnetic energy is never going to offer enough electricity to power your whole house or office, but it just might be enough to keep a cell phone alive and kicking. Currently Nokia is able to harvest all of 5 milliwatts from the air; the goal is to increase that to 20 milliwatts in the short term and 50 milliwatts down the line.
That wouldn't be enough to keep the phone alive during an active call, but would be enough to slowly recharge the cell phone battery while it's in standby mode, theoretically offering infinite power -- provided you're not stuck deep underground where radio waves can't penetrate. Nokia says it hopes to commercialize the technology in three to five years.” (emphasis added)

Meanwhile, Wallace Klinck of Canada has responded to the above article:

“Yes, the ‘powers that be’ want us to now believe that energy is ‘scarce’, thus creating an artificial scarcity complex. As we all know, energy can neither be created nor destroyed. Interesting! Just goes to further demonstrate that we do not know the future and cannot possibly predict what it may hold.

The universe consists of energy and matter. Our challenge as humans is merely to discover means of converting one to the other in forms useful to us. If we imagine that the energy and matter of the universe is not infinitely greater than man's relatively infinitesimal needs, then surely something is wrong with our thinking. We do, of course, need to be sufficiently innovative to accomplish this task. But so far the success rate has been continuous and growing at a stupendous exponential rate despite all the enormous sabotage characteristic of the system under orthodox financial policy.

“Today, I was listening to the "Money Talks" radio call-in program from Vancouver (Canada) and what a marvelous opportunity it provided to expose the whole financial scam. Even the guests were pointing out that few people realized that money is created out of nothing.
They were speculating and seemingly even agonizing over what options are open to governments to deal with an admitted problem of excessive and unsustainable debt. They could see no way except by inflating through more debt and obviously they equate credit with monetary debt - not thinking in terms of real and financial credit, etc.
Where are the hundreds of thousands of informed Social Crediters who could have phoned in to make absolute nonsense of the whole set of misconceptions?

Social Credit exists incarnate in the here and now and we have to realize and maximize it not sometime or somewhere, but here and now, each day, as we live. If the various political parties are not interested in Social Credit policies then it is up to an informed, outraged and militant society to put the fear of God (and loss of office with it perks, "status" and privileges) into these people.

It is this fear ultimately to which the politicians will respond and they will only do so when they realize that the biggest threat to their sinecure comes from an informed and sustained multi-level consumer-citizen revolt. At that point they may even fall all over each other in advocating the appropriate reforms.
I think it is a great personal and societal tragedy for Social Crediters to await some future speculative success at the political polls in the hope of achieving their goals. Social Credit is a general social concern rather than a political party issue. We need to unify consumers in making effective demands for Social Credit policies.

Political parties tend to divide the electorate and thereby dissipate constructive energy which might otherwise be effectively mobilized toward the realisation of a genuine Social Credit dispensation.”

Further reading: “Prodigal Genius” : The Life of Nickola Tesla” by John O’Neill.
Tesla was an inventor, born in 1856. He was more than a producer of new devices, he was a discoverer of new principles, although he found it difficult to convince a number of scientists; especially his ideas on Alternating current. He dealt with and improved many aspects of electrical equipment, high frequency and high-powered current far in advance of the time. He invented radio telegraph, he could and did produce lightning and could transmit electrical power without wires.

He was a workaholic and his work generally took first place over love, family, money and people. Because of this he was exploited by many, a number of his inventions were claimed to have been the work of others, i.e. Edison. He was financed on different occasions by J.P. Morgan, Westinghouse and in fact anyone who he could convince with his experiments. All the money he did make, and this was quite substantial, went into more equipment and more building to carry out more experiments. He was aware that some of his inventions could be used for the wrong purposes but had no intention that they should be.

He was a man before his time … the book does not bog you down with technical details (there are other books which do that), it is a really good read for people with very little electrical knowledge.
In his final years he struggled with his health, and financially. He moved from hotel to hotel and the final chapter in the book describe his love of pigeons and concludes with a moving spiritual experience. You will have to read the book - orders taken. $35.00 plus postage.  


The following report came from the ISIS Report 25/06/09.
Water Electric: “Water charges up with electricity when exposed to sunlight, offering the potential for an inexhaustible supply of squeaking clean energy and challenging conventional understanding of bioenergetics” writes Dr. Mae-Wan Ho.
“Put some water next to any hydrophilic (water-loving) surface and expose it to sunlight, or even light from an ordinary light bulb, and the water will charge up with electricity all by itself. This is the latest in a series of extraordinary discoveries about water from the laboratory of US bioengineer Gerald Pollack at the University of Washington in Seattle…”
Full article can be found on the I-SIS website at:


“Another spectacular potential addition to the real credit of society?” asks Wallace Klinck of Canada. The message on the website reads:

Paradigm smasher:

This guy is going to ruin everything for the global warming/carbon tax crowd. Non-polluting cars that are high performance and fun? Tell me it ain't so Big Al (Gore). How are we supposed to wallow in "inconvenient truths" if trouble-makers like this mess things up by smoking the car companies with superior home brew engineering? Remember, the personal computer was the creation of a bunch of unfunded individuals, not the military-industrial complex.

It's pretty clear that the oil companies that control Detroit don't want us to have them. Even if it means bankrupting the car manufacturers and giving the market to the Chinese. But there's a silver lining... We're not far from being able to make our own. Then what? Criminalize battery possession?

Details: - Brasscheck.
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by James Reed
I am grateful to Mr Philip Gibson, for a leaflet pointing out an important fact: that the Human Development Index tells us that 70% of the top ten best countries to live in are Constitutional Monarchies. Only three republics are in the top ten countries but the twenty-four worst countries are republics. This, in my opinion, is no accident. Constitutional Monarchies triumph over republican systems because republicanism cannot rise above back-stabbing politicians.

Constitutional Monarchies have an essential link to our heritage, to God. The systems are therefore more rational and sound than republicanism, which is based on the shifting sands of human opinion. Give me God and tradition over Comrade Gough Whitlam any day!


by James Reed
It is good to get things back to normal, neat and organised. I had found myself agreeing with so many recent articles by The Australian’s foreign editor Greg Sheridan, that I was starting to get worried. Was it Greg…or was it me? Then he writes ‘Blind Eye to Racism’ (The Australian, 4/6/09, p.14) saying that the bashing of Indian students “is an appalling episode in this nation’s history”.
Come now, more Indian students get bashed in India by Indians in a few hours than has happened in Australia. In India entire ethnic minorities are oppressed. This is blowing a relatively minor incident into one which, the elites hope, will have international significance.

The pattern of lamenting about “how racist we are” continues in the media (eg., The Australian, 6-7/6/09, p.24). But if we were really racists, would we have allowed this multiculturalism mess to have even happened in the first place? Contrary to Sheridan, within a couple of weeks, the media will move onto something else and “curry bashings” will be forgotten. The media will find something else to whinge about.


by James Reed
The same pattern with boring monotony: a crisis occurs somewhere in the world, people want to flee and if they are non-white they are welcomed to Australia and the West with open arms. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, come from chain migration. Sri Lanka is said to face a “refugee catastrophe” (The Australian , 21/5/09, p.9) and the pattern may be continued.
About 300,000 displaced people are in a refugee comp in the northern city of Vavuniya. UN types want access because they want to do what they do best, as seen in Africa’s Darfur camps – move as many people as possible to the West. However the Sri Lankan government has restricted access to the camp.
Further, in a turnabout that has shocked the on world set, the Sri Lankan government has warned Western governments not to accept Tamil refugees.
This is good news as Australia could be swamped by Tamil refugees. Canberra though wants more refugees to help with its Asianisation programme. Australia has no moral duty to help these people.

An editorial in The Australian (22/5/09, p.13) said, “Sri Lanka became independent in 1948 with the hope that it would become a multi-ethnic, multilingual, multi-religious state, free of the religious dissention that bedevilled the independence of India and Pakistan. The Sri Lankan diaspora is tragic testimony to the failure of those high minded ideals, as is the brawling between Tamils and Sinhalese in Sydney at the weekend.”

Make Australia more multicultural and expect more of the same. At some point ethnic conflict will affect the smooth operation of Australian capitalism. What a dilemma our power elites face!


by Betty Luks
Mervyn Bendle (“Don’t Help the Nazis”, The Australian 29/5/09, p.12) argues that historians across the world are “contributing to what amounts to a sinister form of Holocaust denial”. The sin of these historians is to question the ‘singularity’ of the Holocaust. In other words, the Holocaust did occur, but it is one of many genocidal crimes that have occurred in human history. This, Bendle says, makes “the Nazi regime”, “less singularly murderous and pathological”.

Bendle then implicates Australian historians: “They have demonstrated a fierce and unquenchable desire to portray the history of indigenous Australians in terms of alleged genocides perpetrated by white Australians, involving the Black War, the Stolen Generations and other over-hyped alleged depredations”. “Alleged genocides” and “over-hyped alleged depredations” – is the Aboriginal industry watching?

Bendle has a point though, these politically correct historians “believe they have a higher duty to denigrate their own society and the West in general” than the Nazis. What then makes the Holocaust a ‘singularity’? Is it because it involves Jewish suffering and, from a Talmudic perspective, as the Jews are unique, this event is also unique? That is one arguable theological position, but it is quite out of fashion with modern cosmopolitanism and equalitarianism.

Another argument is that the Holocaust is unique because of the ‘numbers’. To take this line means that there needs to be rational examination of the ‘numbers’ and that as we know is a very sore legal point across the West. So is any scientific proof of the ‘singularity’ of the Holocaust possible? Bendle does not address this question. Please explain.


by Peter Ewer
Moscow’s Defence Ministry has published an article on its website claiming that Poland was responsible for causing World War II. Poland refused to give in to moderate German demands by the Third Reich to annex the Baltic city of Gdansk and to construct roads and railways on Polish land towards East Prussia (The Australian 6-7/6/09, p.15).

Protests from Poland against the orthodox wisdom, which sees WWII being caused by Nazi expansion (and what caused that ??) led to the article being removed from the website. Last word is that all is quiet on the Russian front.


by Brian Simpson
Rex Gilmore, author of “URU: The Lost Civilisation of Australia,” is a living example of the merits of scientists working outside of the politically correct university system. He has championed the thesis that races other than the Aborigines have in the distant past lived in this land. The Aborigines are not the first race to live here and he has found stone monuments and rock carvings to prove it.

In one instant, a major platform of political correctivism – Aboriginalism – collapses, because if Gilmore is correct, the Aborigines are not ‘aboriginal’. The significance of this is that the foundations of ‘Australia’ as we know it need to be sought in British culture. Before that, the landmass of ‘Australia’ was just a home for the many.


by James Reed
Much fanfare has accompanied the claim that a creature now called Darwinius Masillae, is the common ancestor to humans and primates. The 47 million year old fossil was discovered some decades ago, but was set in polyester resin and hung on a German collector’s wall for twenty years! In 2006 it was sold for over US$1 million to the scientists who now promote the fossil as the ‘missing link’.

A scientific paper has been published along with a film about the study of the fossil, a book release and other ‘deals’. The lead scientist Dr Hurum is quoted in the New York Times (18/5/09) as saying, “Any pop band is doing the same thing. Any athlete is doing the same thing. We have to start thinking the same way in science”.

At this point the alarm bells should start ringing. How can scientific objectivity be preserved with such orchestrated hype? The creature has some features humans have, including an opposable thumb, short arms and legs and forward facing eyes, but lacked features of modern lemurs, such as a grooming claw and a row of lower teeth called the ‘tooth comb’. According to Darwin enthusiast David Attenborough, “the little creature is going to show us our connection with all the rest of the mammals. The link they would have said until now is missing…it is no longer missing”.

Many scientists doubt this (The Australian 21/5/09, p.3). Hurum’s own scientific paper on the net concludes by carefully saying that Darwinius is not claimed to be a stem group from which primates evolved but rather that it “could” be. So what was all the fuss about? I suppose we need to see the film and buy the book to know. Science too is going down capitalism’s gurgler.


by James Reed
Here are some headlines about Obama’s Islam outreach service: “Obama Gives Israel an Ultimatum”, “Obama Speech Sparks fear in Israel”, “Obama Admits CIA Role in 1953 Takeover: US Staged Iranian Coup”, “Obama Reaches Out to Muslims”.
In Obama’s speech to the world’s Muslims he said that Middle East tensions had “been fed by colonialism that denied rights and opportunities to many Muslims”. Incredibly he said: “I consider it part of my responsibility as President of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear”.

Hardline Zionist groups portrayed Barack Hussein Obama as an “anti-semitic Jew-hater”. This is going a little too far. Obama definitely understands the American power system, but even so, his sympathies for Islam are ever-present in his consciousness. It is unheard of for a leader of a Western country to say that one of his roles is to “fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear”. That is being a defender of Islam. Imagine if Obama said that he would defend Christianity – what a stir that would have caused!

The role of an American president is not to address a religion but to talk to nations and people. Obama is, and will be, interpreted as saying that he is a defender of Islam. As such, Obama for no other reason than this, is not fit to be president of the United States and he should resign.

The Obama presidency represents the victory of the forces of political correctness and anti-West sentiment that have been raging a cultural war against the West, at least since the 1960’s. Let us hope the American ‘sheeple’ awake. Obama threatens to do more harm in the Middle East than any other Western leader in recent times.


by James Reed
Obama in action is the appointment of Judge Sonia Sotomayor, the first Hispanic judge to the US Supreme Court. According to an article in the New York Times (4/6/09), Sotomayer has spent a lot of energy focusing on “diversity” and ethnic “struggle”, especially for Hispanics.
She has frequently “exhorted young people to value immigration” and has seen America’s racial identity as “deeply confused”. She has portrayed herself as a stranger in a strange land, which is probably truer than even she thinks.

Sotomayer has said that based on her life experiences, she would make a better judge than well…as Sen. Lindsay Graham said, a “white guy from South Carolina”. “Life experiences”, I suppose mean “ethnic victimisation”, not “legal experience”.
As she said to the National Puerto Rican Coalition in 1998:b “The shock and sense of being an alien will never again, I suspect, be as profound for any of us as that first experience, because I know from personal experience that our education and professional training have equipped us to deal better in this sometimes alien land”.

Sotomayer makes our own former High Court judge, Michael Kirby, look like a conservative! But that is how things are done in Obamaland.


by James Reed
Don’t take it just on my word; according to Vaclav Havel, president of the Czech Republic from 1993 – 2003, “UN is Electing Worst Offenders” (The Australian, 14/5/09, p.14). He says, “the abuse of victims is scorned at the Human Rights Council”.

Countries such as Cuba were supported for membership by Latin American countries and Asian countries supported China and Saudi Arabia. Thus human rights abusers were elected.
But we should not be like Havel and be surprised: the human rights industry is merely a branch of the political correctness industry and aims only to heap guilt upon the West and White people. China can do no wrong. What’s a Tibet between friends?


by James Reed
I buy few books these days, but I did buy Ian Plimer’s “Heaven and Earth,” which knocks the global warming idea for a six. Plimer knows all the weaknesses of the received science and goes straight for a kill. Carbon dioxide is a plant food and we should not be worried about it he says. Here, here. If I had the money I would buy an SUV and drive it around until its engine, or most likely me, was red-hot, emitting greenhouse gasses, increasing my carbon footprint and driving environmentalists mad. Yes, Plimer says what I have said as well, that environmentalism is a new type of fundamentalist religion.

Plimer has been heavily criticised, even in The Australian. For example, Professor Mike Sandiford (The Australian 6/5/09, p.16) says that the real danger from rising carbon dioxide levels is that our climate may return to a climate similar to the Pliocene epoch about five million years ago. That was a warmer, less windy and less climatically variable world than today’s world. Even orbital wobbles would not drive the planet into and out of ice-ages. Sandiford is alarmed at this because there will be higher sea levels.

Incredible! Surely the real danger facing humanity is another ice age and the return to a Pliocene-style climate would put off that evil day. Modern civilisation will not withstand an ice-age. That is the end, not of humans, but of the world as we know it. Even if – and that is a big if – climate change a la global warming is occurring, humanity can adapt. But an ice age, which can happen in as little as 20 years, is a cold tombstone. Thanks to Ian Plimer for tackling the coming ice-age question – a question too “cold” for our scientists.


by James Reed
Have you ever come across a juicy, revealing quotation which shows perfectly what a group of people you dislike really believe? Consider this one.
Leading environmentalist Richard Heinberg (peak oil and all that) says in Museletter 206 (June 2009 at
“What if a billion humans died over the course of say, the next ten years from starvation or swine flu? That would take a lot of pressure off natural systems. There would be more space for other species to flourish and consumption of natural resources…would decline dramatically, improving the economic prospects of the survivors. So from a certain perspective this unimaginable nightmare might be seen as a good thing…”

My question to Heinberg is: what if you were one of the billion unlucky ones?


Place the details of the day and the date in your diary now. The South Australian Annual Seminar and Frank Bawden Memorial Dinner will be held on Saturday, 8th August 2009.
The venue will be the Public Schools’ Club, 207 East Terrace, Adelaide. See you there!

Supporters need to know the location and venue for the National Weekend has been changed. Horsham, Victoria will be the host city for this year.

Details of National Seminar:
Venue: Best Westlander Motor Inn, Western Highway, Horsham, Vic 3400.
Phone number for advance bookings is: 03 5382 0191.
Dates: 16,17,18th October, 2009. Room Prices: $99.00, if only one bed is used, $110.00 if two beds are used.
New Times Dinner $35.00 - drinks from bar.
Seminar: $20.00.

All the functions will be held at the same venue For those who want ground floor accommodation please book early, the Motel has a coach booking on the Friday night so get in early. (Share a room and share the costs).