French flagpolish flagspanish flag

Vinaora Nivo Slider 3.xVinaora Nivo Slider 3.xVinaora Nivo Slider 3.xVinaora Nivo Slider 3.xVinaora Nivo Slider 3.xVinaora Nivo Slider 3.xVinaora Nivo Slider 3.xVinaora Nivo Slider 3.x

6192 Subscriptions in a Single week

on Wednesday, 01 February 1956. Posted in Social Credit apostolate

For the 16th anniversary of a Social Credit paper "Vers Demain", French Organ of the Social Credit Movement, Founded, Nov. 1939)


What does this result mean?

This magnificent result proves at least two things: 1. That the social credit movement has mobilized a fine battalion of devoted people who know how to give their leisure time to the cause, without asking for a cent of commission for their work; 2. That there is good response from the public because the ideas outlined in this paper are in accord with the profound aspirations of individuals and of families.

This paper fights against financial dictatorship

We ask that money obey instead of commanding; that finance conform itself to decisions instead of making them. That everything that is physically possible and asked for by the people, be made financially possible.

This paper fights against public loans

Not against public works, but against financing by loans which put the country in debt. Every new development is enriching and should be expressed actively, not passively. Every new production should be financed by a freeing of new credit and not by a new indebtedness.

This paper fights against taxes

We oppose all raising of taxes, whether it be by raising the assessment value or by raising the tax rate or by new taxes or by any other means whatsoever.

This paper calls for Social Credit

The establishment of Social Credit signifies:

A gradual and rapid reduction of taxes;

A lowering of the cost of living:

Lower prices for the purchaser without prejudice to the producer, without nationalizing industry, and without any expropriation of business concerns.

Guaranteeing at least what is necessary

by a periodic dividend to each individual, whether employed or not, and without impairing the income he may get from other sources.

Social Procedures

Social Credit asks that social measures be based, not on taxes, but on the immense production capacity of the country. This is why this paper stands for and promotes the following demands:

Doubling of Family Allowances:

Since the cost of living has doubled since 1945, the family allowance rate should be doubled so as to reach its proper value.

Old age pension of $60 at the age of 60:

Without means test, unconditionally, at the specified age. Industry no longer employs people who have reached the age of 60.

A real pension for the disabled:

To be given to all disabled persons who are incapable of earning a livelihood, and not, as is the case to-day, limited to those only who cannot walk by themselves or take their meals unassisted.

Real allowances for needy mothers:

At least $60 a month, plus $10 for each child in her charge.

*  *  *

The country is quite capable of furnishing all the production necessary to supply these demands. The problem to-day is not one of production but rather of distribution of products. In order to distribute it suffices to put money in step with the possibilities of production on one hand, and with human needs on the other hand.

The people understand this language and that is why they subscribe to our Social Credit publications.

Will governments eventually understand too? They must, under the ever-growing pressure of people who are becoming better informed and more and more determined to call for a more logical and more human financial system.

Leave a comment

You are commenting as guest.

Latest Leaflets

Who are the true rulers of the world ?

In this special issue of the journal, MICHAEL, the reader will discover who are the true rulers of the world.  We discuss that the current monetary system is a mechanism to control populations. The reader will come to understand that "crises" are created and that when governments attempt to get out of the grip of financial tyranny wars are waged.

An Efficient Financial System

An Efficient Financial SystemAn Efficient Financial System, written by Louis Even, is for the reader who has some understanding of the Douglas Social Credit monetary reform principles. Technical aspects and applications are discussed in short chapters dedicated to the three propositions, how equilibrium between prices  and purchasing power can be achieved, the financing of private and public production, how a Social Dividend would be financed, and, finally, what would become of taxes under a Douglas Social Credit economy.  Study this publication to better grasp the practical application of Douglas' work.  

Reflections of African bishops and priests

Reflections of African bishops and priests after our weeks of study in Rougemont, Canada, on Economic Democracy, 2008-2018

A Social Dividend: An Income Guaranteed to Each Citizen

The Social Dividend is one of three principles that comprise the Social Credit monetary reform which is the topic of this booklet. The Social Dividend is an income granted to each citizen from cradle to grave, with- out condition, regardless of employment status.

Books on Social Credit

Economic Democracy

Economic Democracy is a book to explain Social Credit in lessons presented in logical order so it may be easier to the reader to grab the main principles of Social Credit rapidly and somehow easily.

In This Age of Plenty

In This Age of Plenty deals with Social Credit, but it does not exhaust the topic. Social Credit principles address social and political matters, as well as, or even more so, than economics and will put civilization on a new course.

From Debt to Prosperity

From Debt to Prosperity outlines briefly the economic analysis and constructive proposals known as Social Credit.

Upcoming Events

Your Cart

Latest Issue

Newsletter & Magazine



Go to top
JSN Boot template designed by