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A Favourable Balance of Trade? - New Animated Video

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This is the first professional animated presentation of one key aspect of the Douglas or British Social Credit case (not to be confused with Chinese 'Social Credit'): the folly of 'favourable' trade balances under the existing financial system, where physical loss and inefficiency are financially rewarded.

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  • Comment Link Anon Sunday, 29 September 2019 17:00 posted by Anon

    In English speaking countries, central banks now have a policy of "low interest rates" (The Official Cash Rate etc). This is part of a global trend resulting in "negative interest rates". Why the low interest rates? And how do such low central bank interest rates gel with the Douglas social credit analysis?

    Do constant retail sales merely reflect the deficiency of purchasing power as revealed in the A+B theorem?

    The Social Credit discussion group is no longer available online. Do you have an update, please?

    Thank you.

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