This is a ‘Social Credit’ forum. To learn about the ‘social credit’,
the basic principles as put forward by Major CH Douglas, and his proposals to
increase it. It is NOT one for the promotion of ‘Geonomics’. Nor
to engage in promoting yourself as some superior intelligence who understands
better than we do ourselves ‘‘what is good for us’’.
If you, as one who is
concerned about ‘land’ and its ‘ownership’, want to comment on, question, or criticize “Major Douglas On
The Land Question”, (the PDF file previously sent you by Wally Klinck), which states very clearly how Douglas viewed land ownership within the context of his Social Credit proposals, please do.
Otherwise, you are wasting our time, and your own, pedalling
‘Geonomics’ here. As Peter Haines so succinctly put it this
morning, we’ve “run into your type before” on here. People who come to ‘blow their own
horns’ promoting their own economic remedies of one type or another without even making an
attempt to understand what Douglas ‘Social Credit’ has to offer.
For myself, I admit to having an unchangeable bias against
the ‘single-tax’ ideas of Henry George, which have been thoroughly
vetted on here and other forums I’ve participated in before. They will not lead to the type of society of
which I wish to be a member.
I also admit to utter
contempt for the ‘‘Sierra Club’’ and the tactics it and
its cohorts resort to in the name of ‘Environmentalism’. And for very good reason. They have led to the continuing demise of the
‘independent producer’, whose activities in resource extraction and
processing actually had the most benign effect of all on the overall
environment we need to use to sustain us.
And his replacement by the
mega-corporation, whose activities and impact on the overall environment continue
to be anything but benign. Though they
can easily afford the PR hype necessary to make them seem so.
these so-called “Environmentalists” were truly concerned about the ‘environment’
they would have long ago re-directed their energies to finding and correcting
the ultimate ‘cause’ of the degradation they so profess to deplore
~ a defective system of macro-economic cost accounting. But they won’t. Because they’d be ‘biting
the hand that feeds them’.