|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] Banque WIR|
|Date:||Friday, February 25, 2005 15:12:02 (+1000)|
|From:||socred <socred @.......au>
Thanks Bill for the response. I am well aware that some of things contained
in the info I sent are not Social Credit and I am also familiar with Heyek
and Gessell. I am also familiar with the London School of Economics which in
latter years has attempted to obtain some semblance of "respectability" or
at least cover up the real intentions of its existence. The Fabians (wolves)
under cover of their sheepskin clothing initiated the London School of
Economics financed by Lord Cassell in order to train the socialists to go
out into the world and obtain positions in government .i.e., public service.
Most people believe naively that governments run the country whereas it is
the public servants who do. In the US it is mainly within the State
I am also aware that the attempts by Francois De Siebenthal are not Social
Credit but his aim is to make people more aware of how they can manage their
own affairs and that there is an alternative. The Polish delegation who are
going to run a school and introduce Social Credit into their University,
like the Pilgrims are violently anti-socialist. They are adopting the
position of gaining support within the Catholic Church to have the message
spoken from their pulpits. The Bishops and Monsignors will not have time to
learn or teach the subject but will be endeavouring to gain support from lay
people to do just that.
The problem with gaining support for Social Credit policies has been both
lack of numbers to bring some pressure to bear and the lack of understanding
by those who may show some interest.
The effort by the Pilgrims of St. Michael and the Polish people may come to
nothing but as one Monsignor from Mexico said to me at Rougemont that he
intended to speak about Social Credit from the pulpit, " and I have one and
a half million people in my diocese. Translate this into the efforts of the
others at the Congress from Ecuador, Poland, Philippines, Benin, apart from
the U.S. France, Canada and it is the first time in my lifetime that there
has been an opportunity to promote the idea (not the detail) of Social
When it was proposed at Rougemont to commence a course I was asked how it
could be implemented. I advised that the first step was to gain support from
lay people whilst it was being promoted from the pulpit. Those undertaking
the Course would have the opportunity of obtaining support and advice from
the Pilgrims and if any further support or advice was needed the Pilgrims
could contact me or someone I chose to recommend. Each of the participants
would not seek advice from the other but direct their questions to the
Pilgrims of St. Michael who would then feed back the necessary information.
You can rest assured that I will be watching closely the developments and I
have already asked Francois to include more of Douglas' works particularly
Economic Democracy as per the following message.
Thanks for the information and the two latter messages. Please keep sending
the information on the progress. On the Course shown below I would have
liked to have seen some of the woks of Douglas included particularly
In addition may I suggest that the article that I have on the website
explaining "What is Social Credit?" also included.
The Home Page site is www.ecn.net.au/~socred/
I have forwarded the other info in another message.