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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  • Mark Anderson Interviews Dr. Oliver Heydorn on RBN
    Mark Anderson has Oliver Heydorn on his show "Stop the Presses" - February 10th, 2020.
    Written on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 08:08 Read more...
  • Socialism, Social Credit, and the Monopoly of Credit - Part 5
    Looking back, we can observe that the triumph of the MoC, thanks in no small part to the role played by the Socialists (often unwittingly), has enabled it to turn the three revolutions to its advantage - at the expense of the common man. The Mechanical Revolution, the Electrical Revolution and the French Revolution were meant to liberate man from toil and tyranny: instead, they have led to his further subjugation through wage-slavery, debt-slavery and rising taxation. It is more than a little tragic that the sincere studies, serious struggles and severe sacrifices of countless radicals, revolutionaries and other activists who strove for a better world in the name of Socialism should have led to this outcome - the tightening of the invisible chains that bind mankind.
    Written on Sunday, 09 February 2020 11:32 Read more...
  • Socialism, Social Credit, and the Monopoly of Credit - Part 4
    The very first Social Credit work of Major Douglas - The Delusion of Super-Production was published in 'The New Age', thanks to A. R. Orage, who, prior to encountering Douglas, had been a guild socialist. Thus, Social Credit may be said to have emerged on the left side of the political spectrum, (though of course the philosophy of Social Credit transcends left and right, and Douglas himself was a conservative, albeit an unorthodox one.)
    Written on Friday, 07 February 2020 10:35 Read more...