Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Social Credit Principles

The following is a short list of principles that I believe best encompass Social Credit:

1) The individual is the most important entity in any society.
 
 
2) Systems should be made for men, not men for systems.
 
 
3) The universe is Trinitarian in structure, and systems which most accurately reflect this structure are in accordance with natural law.
 
 
4) Individual and cooperative enterprise should be the basis of economic organisation. Where state-owned enterprises are necessary or desirable they should conform to the same conditions and rules as privately owned concerns.


5) Freedom is the ability to choose or refuse one thing at a time.


6) People sacrifice their individual freedom in order to associate for
economic efficiency.


7) The less sacrifice each individual has to make in terms of economic
association, the better off they are.


8) Capital and Technology are reducing the need for economic
association by individuals.


9) The purpose of production is consumption.

 
10) The real cost of production is consumption over an equivalent period of time.

 
11) Capitalized costs represent past consumption.
 
 
12) Past costs should not exist in the present, as a consequence a form of purchasing power must be distributed to all consumers in order to defray capitalized costs.
 
 

Sunday, 23 February 2014


Social Credit Economics -  by Oliver Heydorn Ph.D

A very comprehensive book on the subject of Social Credit economics.  Dr. Heydorn has done an outstanding job combining all of Douglas ideas on the subject of economics in one book.  The book can be purchased at amazon via the following link.

http://www.amazon.ca/Social-Credit-Economics-Oliver-Heydorn/dp/1493529765