|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] question|
|Date:||Sunday, October 7, 2007 20:38:40 (+1300)|
|From:||Peter <cymric @.......nz>
|In reply to:||Message 5040 (written by william_b_ryan)|
At the back of The Big Idea, in the 'About the author', page 73 it says:
" Despite rejection by the Economic Establishment of the day, Douglas was
called upon to give evidence before the Canadian Banking Enquiry in 1923 and
the McMillan Committee in 1930, and undertook several World Tours in which
he addressed many gatherings, especially in Canada, Australia and New
Zealand, and also at the Wolrd Engineering Congress in Tokyo in 1929. In
1935 he gave an important address before the King of Norway and the British
prime Minister at the Oslo Merchants Club, and in the same year he was
appointed Chief Reconstruction Advisor to the "United Farmers" Government of
the Province of Alberta, Canada..."
I agree with Joe, Rowbothem could have made a better job of it.
---- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2007 3:24 AM
Subject: [socialcredit] question
> The current issue of "The Social Crediter" contains
> this statement from Michael Rowbotham's book, *The
> Grip of Death*:
> "...Douglas was a massive political influence in his
> day, and a major figure on the world stage. He not
> only had a world-wide following, but gave evidence at
> countless official inquiries in Great Britain, Japan,
> Canada, New Zealand and Australia."
> Question: What "official inquiries" did Douglas give
> evidence to in Japan and Australia?
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