Videos on Social Credit Philosophy
This series of animated lessons was produced by advocates of Douglas Social Credit in Australia and addresses all aspects of Clifford Hugh Douglas' analysis beginning with Lesson 1, What is the Purpose of Money through Lesson 18, Social Credit and inflation.
The videos provide an analysis of the economic system developed by Douglas in the early part of the 20th century; an analysis that holds true to this day.
A sound money system is the answer to every social and economic problem - from highway congestion to paying property taxes to eradicating the causes of war! Enjoy this great teaching tool suitable for young and old.
Episode #1: What is the Purpose of the Economy?
Episode #2: What is Money and Where Does it Come From?
Episode #3: Money and the Economy
Episode #4: The Gap
Episode #5 - The Causes of the Gap
Episode #6 - Conventional Methods of Dealing with the Gap
Episode #7 - A Favourable Balance of Trade?
Episode #8 - The Consequences of the Gap
Episode #9 - Full Employment
Episode #10 - A National Monetary Policy
Episode #11 - The Compensated Price and Affordability
Episode #12: The National Dividend and Leisure
Episode #13 - Why Social Credit is not Socialism
Episode #14 - Scottish Social Credit vs. Chinese Social Credit
Episode #15: The 9th Consequence of the Gap
Episode #16: Social Credit and Usury
Episode #17: The Distribution of Credit
Episode #18: Social Credit and Inflation
Episode #19: Social Credit, MMT, and the Great Reset
Episode #20: Why Social Credit is not Capitalism
Episode #21: Social Credit and Classical Distributism
Episode #22 - A National Dividend vs. a Universal Basic Income