|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] RE: Solomon Islands from Electronz - To Kenneth Pa|
|Date:||Monday, August 1, 2005 12:17:00 (+0100)|
|From:||Kenneth Palmerton <kenpalmerton @................uk>
Could you not have been a bit more perceptive in your criticism William?
How do you know how well, or badly I have studied Social Credit?
I think I have told you in the past that I do not accept that wisdom lies
only in one closed body of ideas. I will not worship at the feet of one
Guru alone :-)
In my addressing Dan did you not recognise a non approved version of the
National Credit Office? For that is what I was describing.
In any case, in the debate about effective demand/ productive capacity I
would argue, and defend the principle that the calculation of the amount
of the medium of exchange required in circulation at any one time comes
from a calculation of that productive capacity, or rather the bit of it
that actually DOES get created in that time period.
Much as you would like it to be otherwise, Social Credit is NOT the whole