The main reason there is so much govt/parliament
control and over regulation of society by laws is the debt banking system and
their monopoly of the Community Credit as if their own.
Adding more laws as you advocate and defending
their usurpation of what is the peoples property is no answer, but a further
tinkering for 'the greater good'.
Its unDouglas to look to govt like socialism for
remedies by law outside of the fundamentals.
It is fundamantal to ensure property is not taken
by those who dont own it. This is natural protection of citizens but to
interfer within the fabric of the economy to fight symptoms will only cause
govt to grow through laws and society is already over regulated by this
Douglas remedies would see the reversal of
both. He represents political, constitutional, economic and financial
reform. This isnt tinkering with the philosophy/ideology which has
brought us the cruel world as revealed by our friend in the Philippines.
We in the west have it a lot better, at present, but poverty is on the increase
as we head for crisis on numerous fronts.
From Bretton Woods to today the scam-monopoly has
grown by crimes against humanity of various kinds including the likes of
international drug business and even wholesale wars to control prices and fill
coffers of the hangers on. military buildup and arms racing has
begun a new unprecidented level and I expect it will be to fight over the pieces
when the current system is collapsed.
If social crediters learn how to tinker I can see
no use for us in the future.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 12:09
Subject: Re: [socialcredit] Economic
(Peter wrote:-) the point is the abuse of
power in telling a legal entity what it will do with its money. If one
doesnt like the Articles of Association what ever the corp holds out to
investors as to its practise then one doesnt invest in it. Laws should
only be made to protect people from fraud etc not directing businesses what it
will do with its profits. This is a fundamental principle in any free
society and more so to Social Credit philosophy.
(Joe replies:-) But society is already
rampant with 'Laws' and 'regulations' telling 'legal entities' what
they will do with their money. And even some mandating what they
cannot do with it. Some examples were outlined in Douglas's testimony
before the Alberta Agricultural Committee, and that was back in 1934.
We have only seen an increase in those things,
ostensibly for the greatest 'public good', since then. It is a
legitimate function of 'government'. And, while there is certainly an
opening for 'abuse' of power by 'government', there are also 'checks and
balances' (still) in place to address that, (though they might well be
strengthened by greater public understanding of them, and use.)
And, in his Proposals to your own NZ
Government, also outlined in that same testimony, he clearly mandates
'how much' of a dividend, (6%), Banks could pay their
shareholders. Now, even though that seems to counter what I said in
regards to a greater distribution of their profits, as I understand them, the
NZ Proposals were to be an interim measure. A way to introduce the
SC principles to NZ while alleviating the Slump.
Regardless, there is still the principle
retained of Parliament being able to legislate in a manner that
governs 'legal entities' over and above what might be contained in
any business's particular Articles of Association, Letters Patent, Charter,
And then there is the 'natural monopoly' aspect of banking, and the need
for public oversight and regulation. As there would be with all
monopolies. . But that's already been well covered previously, so I
won't repeat the case for that here.
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