|Subject:||RE: [socialcredit] Re: Michael Greaney's Anti-Social Credit Essay|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 10, 2009 17:47:00 (+0000)|
|From:||Kenneth Palmerton <kenpalmerton @................uk>
Thank you for that.
I have not found it easy to debate with you, because the very last thing I
wish to do is either insult, or demean you. Canadians have always had my
respect as fighters against the problems of indebtedness, in this I am
thinking of the Albertan farmers in particular.
I may be very wrong, but I think you have a much more open democracy than
we enjoy here in the UK, maybe due to learning from our mistakes :-)
Over many years I have collected as much information as I am able to
understand what is going on in the world of finance. Prompted initially by
my not understanding why it was that to return to the Island of my birth
was so difficult.
As a child I had been evacuated from the Island with my family immediately
prior to German invasion. My father fought legal battles to regain his
property, without success. It was only when I eventually got to college,
at the age of Forty, that I learned that many of the things I did not
understand were due to a very different monetary system.
To have what I do know for certain, and are an integral part of my life,
questioned because of some long running feud in a different continent is
disturbing, and quite frankly unacceptable.
I hope that we can get over this little difficulty :-)
-------- Original Message --------
*From:* John G Rawson <email@example.com>
*To:* Socred elistas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
*Date:* Mon, 9 Feb 2009 23:15:15 +0000
Sorry Ken. Give me the context I have lost, and I'll try to answer.
But if you mean when I came in to S C, at birth 1925. If you mean when I
started to take an intelligent interest in it, as a student, aged about
18, when I tried to debunk the "rubbish" my people believed in. And failed
in doing that.
> Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009 16:24:00 +0000
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> CC: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [socialcredit] Re: Michael Greaney's Anti-Social Credit
> In-Reply-To: <BLU116-W141B7182704C9E41A65F53BDC00@phx.gbl>
> Hi John.
> My biggest problem is not knowing where you came in :-)
> Forgive my impertinence, but there is no way I CAN know.
> For there has been detailed discussion and even a large measure of
> agreement amongst many MR people from the 1920s onwards on exactly those
> issues, and I wonder if you are aware of the literature?
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