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

13 November 2009 Thought for the Week:

"Next month Kevin Rudd flies to Copenhagen to help seal a United Nations deal to cut the world’s emissions - and to make Australia hand over part of its wealth. So keen is the Prime Minister to get this new global-warming treaty signed that he’s been appointed a “friend of the chairman” to tie up loose ends.
So here’s the question: is Rudd really going to approve a draft treaty that could force Australia to hand over an astonishing $7 billion a year to a new and unelected global authority? Yes, that’s $7 billion, or about $330 from every man, woman and child. Every year. To be passed on to countries such as China and Bangladesh, and the sticky-fingered in-between.
And a second question, perhaps even more important: is Rudd really going to approve a draft treaty which also gives that unelected authority the power to fine us billions of dollars more if it doesn’t like our green policies?

It is incredible that these questions have not been debated by either the Rudd Government or the Opposition, whose hapless leader, Malcolm Turnbull, on Monday admitted he did not even have a copy of this treaty. Australia’s wealth and sovereign rights may soon be signed away, so why hasn’t the public at least been informed?...
Just this week the European Union said it would pay its share of an $82 billion cheque to this new body if countries such as ours come on board, too - so who’s applying the brakes? Not our politicians, for sure. So if you oppose this surrender of our billions and our freedom, better start saying so now, before it’s all too late."

- - Andrew Bolt Herald Sun 4/11/09


Watch the video clip:
Lord Monckton has repeatedly challenged Al Gore to a debate to which Gore has refused. Monckton sued to stop Gore’s film “An Inconvenient Truth” from being shown in British schools due to its inaccuracies. The judge found in-favour of Monckton, ordering 9 serious errors in the film to be corrected…

A draft of the treaty can be read here:-
Contact your State Senators and ask them to read this treaty and vote against the ratification of it by the Australian government.

Sydney’s Alan Jones Talks to Lord Monckton on Youtube:-
Part 1:
Part 2:

A must read: "Heaven+Earth Global Warming: The Missing Science" by Ian Plimer. Price $40 plus postage from Heritage Book Services. 


Tamil Boat People. Yes, it is a great tragedy that some of these boat people have lost their lives in dangerous waters north of Australia, but it is important that Australians grasp some relevant facts about them…

Source: “If you look at the map of Sri Lanka you will notice the short distance from the formerly held territory of the Tamil Tigers in northern Sri Lanka and the mainland of India at Rameswaram. Rameswaram together with Kashi, is considered to be one of the holiest places in India to Hindus. Hence, it is a bustling pilgrim centre.
The distance between Sri Lanka at Mannar Island across Paulk Strait and Rameswaram is only 20 kilometres. I repeat 20 kilometres.
This part of India is called Tamil Nadu, which is the ancestral homeland of the Tamil Tigers, the same boat people who have claimed political asylum in Australia. These are the same Tamil Tigers that mounted a bloody war against many innocent Sri Lankan’s over a period exceeding 30 years.

The state in southern India, Tamil Nadu and its people have welcomed the return of the Tamil Tigers to their ancestral homeland but a miracle has happened. Instead of going a mere 20 kilometres back to Tamil Nadu they have got their nautical bearings misinterpreted and have decided to go in mass in the opposite direction past the length of Sri Lanka, open ocean, past Malaysia, open ocean, past Indonesia, open ocean, and, miracles of all miracles found themselves in the benevolent territorial waters of Australia.

There are many pensioners and the poor doing it tough under the Rudd Labor Government but it seems the taxpayer-funded largesse for queue jumpers and illegal migrants is boundless. Poor Rudd - what an effeminate little be-spectacled coward he has turned out to be…”


by James Reed
Immigration continues to dominate the headlines. The opinions expressed by the chattering class are interesting and deserve analysis and critique. Greg Sheridan, foreign editor of The Australian in an article “Europe Looks Down Under for Answers on Immigration,” (The Australian, 24-25/10/09, p.23) gets off to a good start by saying: “Uncontrolled Muslim immigration into Europe has been a public policy failure, if not an outright disaster. This is the view of most Europeans as measured by opinion polls and of a large number of European officials and politicians. Having spent a month in Europe, talking to dozens of officials, politicians and immigrants, it is a view I reluctantly share.”

Sheridan is worried that the illegal Islamic boat people coming into Australia represent the thin-edge-of-the-wedge and once established will result in a flood. Indications are though that this has already happened. The likes of Sheridan represent the sentiments of “big immigration” which says to the world that Australia needs people to grow, that we want to expand our population without end. For the likes of Sheridan, there are seemingly no ecological limits to Australia’s growth. This sends a clear message to the illegals to come here: why shouldn’t they? It is the same pro-growth sentiments that led to Europe’s immigration disaster which Sheridan described. Consequently Sheridan’s position is logically inconsistent.

Tim Soutphommasane, a rising intellectual star of multiculturalism and author of “Reclaiming Patriotism”, argues in his piece “Human Rights Can Thrive Alongside National Values”, (The Australian, 21/10/09, p.14) that the asylum-seeker debate “exposes conflicting ideas of citizenship”. Asylum seekers (illegals) aim to start a new life in Australia. Cosmopolitan values mean that when “push comes to shove, [cosmopolitan rights] should trump any right of nations to territorial integrity.” For the cosmopolitan, there are no real moral distinctions between nationals and strangers. To his credit, Soutphommasane recognises that a “world in which borders no longer count remains a distant dream” and that most Australians oppose open borders cosmopolitanism. But he thinks that a “fair go” should be given to boat people and he takes the middle ground of there being a more “liberal approach to asylum seekers”.

Even this approach essentially dooms Western civilisation to a Camp of the Saints tragedy of the commons scenario as one wave of asylum-seekers leads to another and in turn to endless chain migration. The middle-of-the-road position is essentially the Whitlam-Rudd position, which has put Australia on the immigration treadmill. Rudd himself in an interview with Kerry O’Brien said that he believes in a “big Australia”: “I actually think it’s good news that our population is growing”.
But also being a trendy, Rudd accepts that Australia faces massive ecological problems. He never concludes that it would help the environment by ending immigration because big business wants it. And what big bad business wants, big bad business gets. Unless – unless, we organise and fight them politically on this one.

View Dr. Fredrick Toben’s 1990 DVD on Multiculturalism. He recently said he would not change one word of his 1990 address. In fact, events are proving him ‘spot on’. Price $12.00 posted from Heritage Book Services P.O. Box 27 Happy Valley 5159.


by James Reed
Again Camp of the Saints–style boat people scenarios of invading refugees fill the papers. The current flood of coloured people is due to the generous offer that the Rudd government is making that anyone who reaches an offshore area will be processed, stamped and gift-wrapped and given a protection visa. Glazed-eye Anglo Saxon women will be waiting to sacrifice themselves at the Temple of Anti-Racism. Merely light a fire on your boat and shades of children-overboard, you will be released into the “community”.

According to Philip Ruddock, a “pipeline” of 10,000 illegals will flow into Australia each year. That’s a lot of diversity for any pinko to go into a politically correct frenzy. Consider: Unions are warning Big Kev 09 not to demonise refugees. What, is Kev doing that? What would it be like if he loved them?

The present situation is an immigration invasion. But then again, that is what Australia’s post World War II immigration policy has been. A betrayal of Anglo Saxon Australia. Our ancestors must despise us for our weakness and racial treason, allowing this to occur. After all, when Australia is a complete majority mixed-race theocracy, how many white refugees from what was once the West, do you think would be let in?

Australia – literally falling apart
Immigration contributed to 61% of Australia’s population growth in 2008. Roads are congested, the public transport system crumbling and the water supply of capital cities and other infrastructure under threat. Meanwhile, the real estate industry flogs off prime land to foreign speculators, while young Australians can’t afford to buy a home. We can no longer call Australia home, or soon, anything else. At least not in English.


by Brian Simpson
Reading an article on Islam at the View from the Right site, I came away with the question: why doesn’t the Left see their own doom? Thus, as argued at the site, feminists and gays from the Left support radical Islam, even though Sharia law means their demise.
First, it is important to note that it is not just the Left with this death wish, but white cosmopolitans – including most conservatives – who at some point embrace racially destructive values and who support ‘the other’ over their own kind.

Why don’t these people see their own doom? Of course some might, but do not care as it is thought to be in the distant future. Most don’t see their own doom because they don’t think much at all but live on politically correct nonsense.

But in general what is going on here is that both the Left and the Right of the white world accept their doom as a willing sacrifice. They have a death wish because the god of cosmopolitanism is like the Aztec gods, demanding a racial sacrifice. These elites boldly sacrifice other members of their race while they profit and hold out.
When the going gets tough in one country e.g., South Africa, they jump ship and move to another. As nihilists, they know that in the long-term they are dead but their hope is to burn out the planet in the meantime, so that ultimately a lifeless globe of ashes meaninglessly circles the sun until the sun explodes. In other words, the power elites do see their own doom, but as unnatural creatures do not seek self-preservation in the long-term but rather endeavour to party on and go out with a bang.


by Brian Simpson
A black University of California LA student pulls out a knife and stabs a white female student five times and then slashes her throat in a chemistry lab. Miraculously the female student did not die and her condition is apparently improving. The defence attorney said “It is a sad situation for all parties involved”. The defendant was described as a “hard-working biochemistry major with no criminal record” – until now. Yes, and now he may have to put his biochemistry career on hold.

Australia is not to be outdone
Back in Oz a Japanese law lecturer exposed her bottom in a Brisbane Court, screamed and made “disparaging comments about the justice system and wrestling with corrective services officers” (The Australian, 14/10/09, p.3). It makes one wonder what her law lectures were like: certainly ‘lively’. She has been jailed for “disgusting behaviour”.

Better yet: since Kev 09 Rudd took office, 60% of his staff have run out the door (The Advertiser, 17/10/09, p.25). Most senior advisors have gone. Insiders describe Kev as “manic” and “demanding and a bit all over the place”. Yes, like his essays. Manic Kev is truly the postmodern PM.


by Brian Simpson
Well, he did say “I’ll be back”. Yes, Eugene Terre Blanche is back, trying to arouse Afrikaner “volk” to resistance of their genocide: “All true Afrikaners must reach out and fight to the bitter end”. Yes, the AWB is back: but why did it go in the first place? Why didn’t they fight harder? Why did the Afrikaner care more about playing international sport than survival of the volk?

For the same reason that Anglo-Australians have surrendered; because over-civilisation makes people cosmopolitan pussy-cats. Because, at the end of the day, affluence ultimately produces racial decline, as all challenges have gone and the great surrender begins. Maybe, just maybe, Terre Blanche may get it together this time. But how about a flag-redesigning contest: the national socialist wannabe is a little off-putting. Maybe something more Afrikaaner.


by James Reed
Isn’t it funny (curious and also “ha-ha”) how none of the Freedom Movement types in Australia ever devoted much attention to feminism? Yet there is a clear case that such an early form of liberationism got the ball rolling on a whole range of liberal cosmopolitan issues such as race reform, multiracialism, non-white immigration and so on. Would the men of 1880 have tolerated the racial and social degeneracy we face today?

The Thinking Housewife ( website has an excellent article “Why We Must Discriminate” looking at liberationism for the damage that it has done to women. In short, liberationism has ruined women and threatens to destroy Western culture. The Thinking Housewife advocates customary discrimination against women in the workplace, the return of the solidity of the family, changes in divorce laws to make divorce harder. Further, the female author believes that women will support such moves:
“The end of customary discrimination was never in the interests of women. It has forced the majority to help support their families while raising their children and managing a home. The experiment was tried. The apple was eaten. Women now see that careers come with personal costs and that many jobs are not as thrilling as feminists claim. They are ready to embrace discrimination again.”

Let us hope so. Opinion polls show that the majority of women would prefer to look after their children than work outside the home. But our insane economic system forces them to work. Social credit supplies us with a way of restoring the traditional family, hopefully in the nick of time.


by Terence Holmes
It seems to me that in many areas of life, real progress has been neutralized by the fact that the target for many acts of compassion are misplaced. In the area of health there are quite a number of examples: One is the Cancer Treatment 'industry'.
So much time and cost goes into the bombardment of the body by methods of cut, burn and poison - to arrest a natural bodily function which has run rampant. These methods provoke more inflammation and make the situation worse. None of these methods, or any of the millions of dollars sunk into research, attempt to address the cause (which is unknown except in circles which have been silenced, refer: Edward Griffin, Phillip Day, Ernst Crebbs, etc.).

Research into Type 2 Diabetes presents another example
I remember, not too long ago, being asked to donate to a particular research foundation. Concerned about where my support would go, I looked at this foundation's website and found that the funding was distributed to 5 research initiatives. All of these 'initiatives' involved efforts to control the disease, but not a single dollar was expended to find a cure.
Ironically, one of the main fund raising efforts of this organization is through the sale of lollies and chocolates! It doesn't require much effort to realize that an overdose of sugar contributes to the proliferation of the disease! So blatantly ironic - yet unperceived by most of those whom I have challenged about it. The person who encouraged me to donate was disgusted that I had gone to such lengths to find a reason not to contribute!

The economy is sick! Nothing new?
This is nothing new, but at last an actual cause has been admitted - DEBT. Whether anyone in power will admit the obvious fact that you can't borrow your way out of debt is altogether another thing. I am so very frustrated that if only we could get the money question right, then the seemingly insurmountable issues of social life such as cultural conflict, wars (both military and economic), unemployment, industrial disputes, poverty, racism, distrust, environmental pollution, etc., would diminish.
A future almost void of these things is certainly possible, if and only if, the relatively simple rectification of the money system like that proposed by C.H. Douglas' Social Credit is implemented.

Church should have – and present – a realistic analyses of life
The Christian Church, which should have one of the most realistic analyses of life, is busy helping the suffering people at the bottom of the cliff, while there seems to be little attempt at erecting signs and barriers at the top of the cliff to warn people of the consequences of defying the Natural Laws of God in nature. Perhaps this is a symptom of the separation of policy from religion (the lock, stock & barrel abandonment of political issues over to the responsibility of 'independent' secular authorities).

It is generally accepted that if one is 'doing their best' then this is the best one can do. However, it is possible to be sincere, but significantly diverted from the most important aspects of any issue. For instance, it is right and proper that we should support overseas aid projects, but if the political/financial oligarchy which enslaves these destitutes in their poverty is not addressed, then all we can do for the individuals concerned is merely temporary relief.
Yes, aid is needed - but the mechanisms of slavery, even though they seem harder to address, must not be ignored in the process.

Origins of products
On the subject of economic war (the precursor to military war), I discovered a witty anecdote:
"Joe Smith started the day early having set his alarm clock (MADE IN JAPAN) for 6 a.m. While his coffee pot (MADE IN CHINA) was perking, he shaved with his electric razor (MADE IN HONG KONG). He put on a dress shirt (MADE IN SRI LANKA), designer jeans (MADE IN SINGAPORE) and tennis shoes (MADE IN KOREA).

After cooking his breakfast in his new electric skillet (MADE IN INDIA) he sat down with his calculator (MADE IN MEXICO) to see how much he could spend today. After setting his watch (MADE IN TAIWAN) to the radio (MADE IN INDIA) he got in his car (MADE IN GERMANY) and continued his search for a good paying AMERICAN JOB.

At the end of yet another discouraging and fruitless day, Joe decided to relax for a while. He put on his sandals (MADE IN BRAZIL) poured himself a glass of wine (MADE IN FRANCE) and turned on his TV (MADE IN INDONESIA), and then wondered why he can't find a good paying job in - AMERICA.....”


by Brian Simpson
Things of madness seen in the US of A usually reach Australia in about five years. So we have five more years to wait for Hmong Shamans to be brought into our hospitals for Hmong patients as is occurring in California. In a multicultural society, where the declining protoplasm base consists of Anglo Saxons, ethnics need only ask to receive.
So expect in Australia voodoo culture and the reading of chicken entrails to replace scientific medicine in about a generation. In such a world we won’t have any need for economic reform because we won’t even have an economy. Economy? What’s that?


by James Reed
Overseas university student numbers could fall by up to 10% next year due to a fall in Indian inquiries (bashings, etc.) and the strong Aussie dollar (The Australian 21/10/09, p.23).
However, student visas are being used to smuggle people into Australia by “a network of unscrupulous migration and education agents, landlords and employers”, (The Australian 21/10/09, p.2).
Once in Australia the students don’t even show up for classes but are still marked as attending. And the scams go on – falsified Indian bank and loan statements have been used in people-smuggling operations focused on student visas (The Weekend Australian, 24-35/10/09, p.5).

There is a great need for the symbolic cavalry to come riding over the hill, trumpets blazing to save us as we fight on with wagons circled. No sorry, wrong metaphor. We have no fight. We have become great punching bags that take any abuse thrown our way. But let’s not be ‘negative’…


by James Reed
Here is one more reason for opposing immigration. Monash academic Ernest Healy in 'High Net Migration During a Period of No Net Job Growth: Implications for Young Job Seekers (People and Place, Vol. 17, 2009) puts the case thus:
'From July 2008 to July 2009 the labour force grew by 166,000 but there was no increase in the number of people employed. Consequently, this increase translated directly into growth in unemployment. But the burden of unemployment was not shared equally.

Previous work has shown that employment actually grew among people aged 55 and over but fell among those aged 15 to 34. Thus young people were disproportionately affected
Most of the labour-force growth (88%) has been due to immigration and most migrants in the labour force have found work, partly because changes in social welfare rules make this essential for them, regardless of wages or conditions.

In consequence, the competitive labour-market pressures facing young Australians are now intense. '

Now more than ever we need to get our message to young Australians whose future is being destroyed by the madness (psycho-criminal variety) of the immigration cult.


by Ian Wilson LL.B.
It is good that George Pell, Catholic Archbishop of Sydney, has waded into the charter of rights debate (The Australian, 23/10/09, p.12). Frank Brennan’s charter of rights will erode religious freedom. One “Trojan Horse version” consists of the government selecting a “definitive list” of rights from international treaties Australia has signed. Then Australian laws will be judged by, essentially, UN standards.
As Pell notes, the commission “is presently inquiring into whether religious freedom is compatible with human rights. It doesn’t even understand that religious freedom is a fundamental human right”. And the charter of rights is likely to be used to further undermine religious freedom.

As Pell notes, under the British Human Rights Act, religious freedom claims have seldom succeeded. Thus, religious people must oppose the charter, which will be used by the chattering classes as further assault against religion. In Britain, Sikhs are allowed to wear their turbans and daggers but Christians are banned from wearing a cross.