Social Credit Action

Green shirt marchingIn the “Social Credit Action” section of this website, you will find two blogs: one dedicated to reporting events that are newsworthy from a Social Credit perspective and another dedicated to providing Social Credit commentary and opinion pieces on a variety of important topics.

The Social Credit Action pages also comprise all of the information required to animate the activities of those Social Crediters who would like to associate under the banner of the institute in order to forward the aims of the Social Credit movement. There is a list of active Social Credit Action Groups and their contact persons, a Social Credit Action FAQ designed to orient newcomers to the field of Social Credit action, and, finally, a page containing various resources for promotional use by Social Crediters.

 
“Faith without works is death.” It is a matter of no consequence whatever that a large number of people believe in the truth of Social Credit. The question is – what are they going to do about it?

C.H. Douglas, The Approach to Reality

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  • "Blessed are the Market-Makers?"
    The making of markets in its broadest sense, i.e., the facilitation of existing trade, as well as the opening, invention, and conquering of new markets, is often presented as one of the prime advantages and chief features of ‘capitalism’: people with money invest in schemes to make more money by commercializing an ever-greater portion of our lives, as markets expand and offer to do more and more things for us that we were once able to do for ourselves, or didn’t even ‘know’ that we ‘needed’.[1]This results in more, and sometimes even better, and sometimes even cheaper goods and services for the consumer, and thus we all derive some benefit. And indeed it so: the breadth and depth of what is on offer in the market of the typical Western industrialized country, and of more and more non-Western countries to boot, is astonishing and would dizzy the heads of our…
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  • Social Credit: The Basic Principles
    C.H. Douglas was a British engineer who, in the 1920s, founded an international movement for monetary reform centred on his ideas which were known as "Social Credit".
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  • Le Crédit Social: Les Principes de Base
    Aujourd’hui je vais vous parler un petit peu de C.H. Douglas, et de ses idées pour la réforme financière et économique. Pour commencer, je vais vous donner un peu d’historie. C.H. Douglas était un ingénieur britannique qui, durant les années vingts, a fondé un movement international pour la réforme monétaire autour de ses idées qui s’appelait “Le Crédit Social”.
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