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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  • Social Environment Implications of Social Credit Proposals for Income Supplementation
    It is peculiar that discussion of governmental policy frequently proceeds with hardly a nod to the most clamant fact in the world of economics, namely the massive, and burgeoning, financial debt that hangs like the sword of Damocles over human society. The dimensions of this debt, which is growing at an exponential rate, have been calculated variously by different organizations applying themselves to its study. One such organization, the Institute of International Finance, has calculated total global debt at the end of 2016 to be $217 trillion, having risen by something approaching a quarter of this sum over just the previous decade. Even more shocking than these numbers is the fact that the aggregate debt is reckoned to be more than three times globally aggregated GDPs.
    Wednesday, 11 July 2018 15:26 Read more...
  • The Economy of the Gift
     The implications of a debt-free universal dividend via C.H. Douglas’s Social Credit monetary and economic reform, a dividend that would be distributed equally to everyone, will be far more than just extra cash in one’s wallet. There would be deep and far reaching impacts in the areas of society and culture where changes would occur that would most definitely be for the betterment of mankind.
    Sunday, 01 July 2018 14:21 Read more...
  • The True Purpose of Political Association According to Social Credit
    “It is a legitimate corollary of the highest conception of the human individual that to the greatest extent possible, the will of individuals shall prevail over their own affairs.”[1] [1] C.H. Douglas, The Brief for the Prosecution (Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Ltd., 1945), 72.
    Thursday, 21 June 2018 14:53 Read more...