The New Start Journal
Volume 1, Number 4
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Who in Hell Needs Social Credit? …
A nine page article which doesn’t really seem to answer the question, but is worth a read nevertheless
The Making of the Mongrel Dog
If ever we do actually want to seriously rein in our politicians, that is, stop whingeing and really do it, this offers economy in doing it, as well as fun. A couple of A4 pages.
The Nature of Social Credit:-
These are the third set of three segments of a 14 part animation explaining the nature of Social Credit.
Each is of approximately 3 minutes
An article from The New Age journal in 1934. The misrepresentation of Social Credit had already begun.
The Three Tenors
The Three Tenors were a popular operatic singing group during the 1990s and early 2000s, consisting of Spaniard Plácido Domingo and José Carreras and Italian, Luciano Pavarotti taken from their London performance in 1996, duration of this clip is 23 minutes, but even time for a little listen is rewarding.
The full clip goes for 1&1/2 hours
The Monopoly of Credit:
Probably the most important book written in the 20th Century. Chapters 5 and 6 here.
Training Monkeys and Others …
Are Politicians making monkeys out of us, or are we making our Politians out of monkeys.