Social Credit Movement

There is a long, but sad, history of the Social Credit Movement in Canadian history, primarily in Quebec, Albert and British Columbia. Social Credit parties have not won a federal seat in over 25 years.

The concept of Social Credit is very interesting and ideally suited for countries under the control of the international banking cartel, which includes all NATO & G-20 countries, and others. It is my pleasure to introduce you to a fantastic website The Clifford Hugh Douglas Institute for the Study and Promotion of Social Credit that focuses exhaustively on the concept of Social Credit. The site was started last year by Oliver Heydorn,  Ph. D. , of Ancaster, ON. Here are several links, which I feel, give a good introduction to what Social Credit is.

What is Social Credit All About?

It’s Time for an Economic Copernican Turn

The (Big!) Difference Between a ‘Basic Income’ and the National Dividend

Social Credit, Unemployment and Leisure  47:00
an address by Wallace Klinck – March 8, 1971