is another discussion group started by Bill Ryan, initially to try to explain
to me, completely, his extrapolation of Douglas’s A+B Theorem. Without all the usual side-tracking
that always seems to take place whenever this has been attempted in a broader forum in
the past, whether on this List or its predecessors.
Many who come to this
List have no previous knowledge of A+B or ‘Social Credit’. Some want to learn. Some don’t. Some have clearly come
here to try to promote something else.
Many more ‘Socreds’, particularly those
‘politically’ supporting some ‘Party’ with ‘Social Credit’ in its name, or supposedly
advocating something of that
name, are sure they know what A+B ‘really’ means. Though if asked to defend it in any
serious economic policy discussion with those clearly opposed to the commonly
held perceptions of ‘Social Credit’ in general, most probably couldn’t.
Those of us who have
read Douglas in detail also all
have more or less entrenched ideas as to what A+B really means. And how it is to be
interpreted. And with some
it seems this ‘entrenchment’ is so deep, and so
long held, they cannot conceive
that it may be wrong, and will countenance no discussion that varies from
their pre-conceived point of view. This is not to say that they ARE wrong,
they may not be, but that they may have difficulty in overcoming
their existing perceptions to the degree necessary to look beyond
So to try to overcome
that, and allow his full extrapolation to finally be viewed in its entirety,
(and also, I would think, whether ANY average ‘lay person’, such as myself CAN
actually grasp the concepts involved), “neweconomics” was formed. Intitially,
only Bill and I were subscribers.
But he has extended access to what’s been posted to Keith Wilde, and, I
believe, to you too, Michael, and
possibly others. The idea is not
to be ‘exclusionary’, but to first get it straight, in at least ONE mind (mine
~ if it can be done), what Bill has discovered in regards to his concentrated
study of A+B. I look forward to seeing what he’s
Sent: March 31, 2006 5:34 AM
someone tell me what "neweconomics@google"
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