Quite recently, Martin Ant has translated a number of blog entries from this website into Spanish and has made them available on Hispanismo.org. Most of these can be found at the following address: http://hispanismo.org/economia/20169-articulos-del-clifford-hugh-douglas-institute-oliver-heydorn-w-klinck-etc.html. He has also translated a large amount of material from Douglas and from other Social Credit authors that can be found in various places in the site's economic forum: http://hispanismo.org/economia/.
I would like very much to thank Martin for his stupendous efforts! The importance of Social Credit for Spain and for Europe in general, both in terms of their long-term survival as distinct cultural entities and in consideration of the present financial and economic crises, cannot be underestimated. As I explained in a speech that I recently delivered on the occasion of the New Times Dinner in Australia: “The Social Credit ideas of Major Douglas are still, after so many decades, the single most important set of ideas if we are to salvage civilization and especially western or European civilization ... There isn’t a single social problem, not a single symptom of societal decline, that is not in some way connected with what Douglas discovered ..."