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What communists are afraid of

on Sunday, 01 August 1954. Posted in Quotes

"The International Bankers have never been afraid of Communism. On the contrary, money power and Communism have always worked hand-in-hand. But they are afraid of Social Credit, because Social Credit would give man economic freedom, and take away their means of keeping him in subjection.

"The Communists fear Social Credit, because they cannot get control over the world, where men are free and independent. Social Credit destroys and smashes the whole theory of class welfare, because it unites Capital and Labour. While Communism calls out the parrot phrase:

"Workers of the world, unite, you have nothing to lose but your claim",

the Social Crediter cries:

"Capital and Labour, unite; you have nothing to lose but your debts”.

N. J. FURNER, Newsletter, Dec. 1953.


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