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1. A new slavery; Canada and the New World Order
An interview with Pierre Marchildon on Radio Maryja in Poland We would like to present to our readers a transcription of a radio program that was broadcasted on the Catholic station Radio Maryja of ...
Created on 20 September 2021
2. The 1935 Alberta Experiment
Some people may have thought — and others may still think it today — that promoting a "Social Credit party" is the best way to promote Social Credit, but C.H. Douglas and Louis Even thought the exact opposite. ...
Created on 01 August 2021
3. Economic Democracy Not Through Politicians
But Humble Apostles Who Bring About God’s Action One of the obstacles that MICHAEL has been facing for a year or two is the emergence of a system of control and espionage in Communist China called "social ...
Created on 01 August 2021
4. Capitalism’s Financial Flaw can be Fixed
Capitalism, not Communism, published in this edition of the magazine, was written by Louis Even in 1971. He states that it is the financial system at fault, not capitalism, per se; that all citizens would ...
Created on 01 March 2021
5. The Great Reset: Reality or a Conspiracy?
We published an article on the Great Reset, the World Economic Forums’ (WEF) plan for the world, in the October/November/December 2020 edition of MICHAEL. The article discussed Founder and Executive Chairman’s ...
Created on 01 March 2021
6. Financing Consumers
The following article was written by Louis Even in 1936. Note that a new stove cost $48 at the time. Even so, the diagnosis of the problem and the proposed solution remain valid in 2021. We must finance ...
Created on 01 January 2021
7. For a Better Understanding of Social Credit
To print money... with no limits? Social Credit would put an end to the international bankers’ control of economic life. They fear Social Credit to such an extent that they use every trick in the book ...
Created on 01 January 2021
8. A Social Credit monetary system is necessary for a healthy economy
Developed by Major Clifford Hugh Douglas and explained by Louis Even Readers of this publication, MICHAEL, may be curious by the ideas expressed herein regarding economics and finance. The ideas are ...
Created on 01 August 2020
9. The Pandemic of Control
Reflecting on the measures taken to counter the coronavirus, which was designated a pandemic more than four months ago by the World Health Organization (WHO), many people are asking questions pertaining ...
Created on 01 August 2020
10. After the Warning and World War III
Father Michel Rodrigue (right) is a priest, exorcist and the founder and Abbott of a new religious order, begun in 2012: The Apostolic Fraternity of St. Benedict Joseph Labre in the diocese of Amos in ...
Created on 01 August 2020
11. The Aim of the Financiers is a One-World Government
and COVID-19 is a golden opportunity to execute their plan The basic flaw of the present financial system is that banks create money as a debt and charge interest on the money created. Banks do not ...
Created on 01 May 2020
12. The Social Dividend is the best form of Universal Basic Income
With the forced cessation of most jobs since the start of the lockdown following the coronavirus pandemic, governments in several countries have put in place emergency programs to help those who have ...
Created on 01 May 2020
13. Canadian government deficit catapulted by spending to unprecedented levels
Since all money is created as a debt it is impossible to get out of debt! We knew it was coming. With the astronomical expenditures made by the Canadian government to come to the aid of citizens and ...
Created on 01 May 2020
14. The Spirituality of Louis Even
It is good to explore the depth of spirituality that enlivened Louis Even, founder of the Pilgrims of St. Michael. Without his solid faith in God and an immense love for his neighbour, Louis Even would ...
Created on 01 January 2020
15. “Economic Democracy Is Magnificent!”
Fr. Henri Boulad attended our Week of Study in Rougemont, Canada in September (see his sermon on page 5 of this issue of MICHAEL). Here are some of his introductory remarks offered on the first day of ...
Created on 01 October 2019
16. Money Must be Created by the Island’s Inhabitants
for Exchanges Among the Island’s Inhabitants! The following article, written by Mrs. Gilberte Côté-Mercier, is a summary of Louis Even’s tale, “The Money Myth Exploded”, which helps us understand how ...
Created on 01 August 2019
17. The Origins of the Social Credit Movement Founded by Louis Even
Louis Even wrote the following article in 1964. He left it unsigned and referred to himself in the third person. It was in the later months of 1934 that Louis Even read a book on Social Credit for the ...
Created on 01 May 2019
18. Who was Clifford Hugh Douglas?
At the root of Social Credit was a man of genius, a Scot, Clifford Hugh Douglas. Born in 1879, he was the son of Hugh Douglas and Louisa Hordern. He graduated from Cambridge University with an honours ...
Created on 01 May 2019
19. A Congress of Passionate Apostles
During our annual Congress held in Rougemont, Canada, this past September 29-30 and October 1st 2018, we gave the floor to our most fervent apostles and the most successful solicitors of subscriptions ...
Created on 01 January 2019
20. The Charisma of Louis Even’s Work
Educating the Population and Offering the Gift of Self Reflection, Study and Action MICHAEL was launched in 1953 and published its 400th edition this year. Its French language counterpart, VERS DEMAIN, ...
Created on 01 November 2018
21. Unpayable Debts Bear Bad Fruit
Debt-free Financing through Social Credit Materially speaking, which is the richest country in the world? Everyone would agree the world's most prosperous country is the United States of America. The ...
Created on 01 September 2018
22. Why money matters
This article was first published in the August, 1939 edition of "Les Cahiers du Crédit Social". The root of all problems Why does MICHAEL insist on discussing matters related to money? It is because ...
Created on 01 May 2018
23. What is due to everyone is a dividend
Justice is the will to render each one his due In his "Summa Theologica", St. Thomas Aquinas defines justice as the constant and perpetual will to render each one his due. For example, what is due to ...
Created on 01 May 2018
24. For a Better World we need a Social Credit Society
We Have Lost Sight of the Goals In these modern times, the world has turned away from the fundamental questions. We have lost sight of the purposes of political life, economics and of life in society. ...
Created on 01 January 2018
25. Money at the service of the people to use their own productive capacity
Owner or vassal? If the owner of a house could not enter or leave it without first asking and then paying for permission from a private agency to do so, would he, in fact, be the owner of his house? ...
Created on 01 October 2017
26. Basic Income vs Universal Basic Income, vs a Social Dividend to All
In this age of plenty - Editor's Note Basic Income is the talk of the day: 4.24 million entries on Google for “Basic Income” alone, another 439 000 for “Universal Basic Income” and 1.87 million entries ...
Created on 09 March 2017
27. Social Credit and the Social Doctrine of the Church - Part II
Economic Democracy - Lesson 10 The subject that we treated in the previous lesson was the first of four basic principles, regarding the primacy of human beings over mere systems, as viewed through the ...
Created on 07 November 2016
28. Social Credit and the Social Doctrine of the Church - Part I
Economic Democracy - Lesson 9 Social Credit: applied Christianity Clifford Hugh Douglas once said that Social Credit is in essence applied Christianity. The Social Doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church ...
Created on 04 November 2016
29. The solution: debt-free money issued by society
Economic Democracy - Lesson 4 The cost of servicing the public debt increases proportionally to the debt, since it is a percentage of this same debt. To finance its debt, the Federal Government sells ...
Created on 03 November 2016
30. Banks create money as a debt
Economic Democracy - Lesson 3 Money begins in the banks In the previous lesson, we gave the following example: Let us suppose I am a businessman. I want to set up a new factory. All I need is money. ...
Created on 01 November 2016
31. Poverty amidst plenty - The birth and death of money
Economic Democracy - Lesson 2 Do goods exist? Do they exist in sufficient quantity to satisfy all of the consumers’ basic needs? Are we short of anything in our country to satisfy the temporal needs ...
Created on 29 October 2016
32. Louis Even
Louis Even and the Early History of the Pilgrims of St. Michael Louis Even was the 14th of 16 children born to Pierre Even and Marguerite Vitré on La Poulanière farm, in Montfort-sur-Meu, in Brittany, ...
Created on 29 October 2016
33. The National Credit
In this age of plenty - Chapter 17 It is alright to say that each man, woman and child, as member of an organized society, is entitled to the benefits of association. Also, it is exact to say that these ...
Created on 17 October 2016
34. Price Adjustment
In this age of plenty - Chapter 16 The Just Price Since products are made for the consumer, it then follows that products must be offered to the consumer at a price which allows the consumer to acquire ...
Created on 17 October 2016
35. The Right to Bare Necessities
In this age of plenty - Chapter 11 The End of the Economic Body Canada's war production is a testimony to what Canada can achieve once it has decided to set aside artificial obstacles, financial obstacles. ...
Created on 16 October 2016
36. The Birth and Death of Money
In this age of plenty - Chapter 8 A mysterious birth  Where do potatoes come from? — From the farmer's field. Where are little calves born? — In the stable. Where do plums come from? — From ...
Created on 15 October 2016
37. The great question: What happens at the Final Judgment?
As you may have noticed, this issue of MICHAEL focuses largely on the new saint of the Catholic Church, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the “Saint of the Year of Mercy.” In all her actions, words and thoughts, ...
Created on 31 July 2016
38. A Dividend to All
...  We have said repeatedly that, at its origin, Financial Credit is the property of society as a whole. This is so because Financial Credit is based on Real Credit which is the country’s productive capacity. ...
Created on 27 May 2016
39. Financing Public Works
  What was just explained shows how Douglas’ financial proposals could be applied to the production and distribution of consumer goods. Could this method be applied also to the production and payment ...
Created on 27 May 2016
40. Financing Production
But, where will we get the Financial Credit, these “legalized figures”, to be used by the financial system that is in keeping with Douglas’ proposals? The Credits required to finance production and ...
Created on 27 May 2016
41. “Social Credit is a light upon my path”
A testimony given by Fr. Faustin Nyombayire of Rwanda In the previous article, Louis Even explains that today’s financial system is flawed, it is based upon false accounting, and people lack the purchasing ...
Created on 30 April 2016
42. A Basic Income through a Social Dividend
Finland will give $1,200 a month to each citizen For over 75 years, the Social Crediters of MICHAEL and Vers Demain have supported the idea of a social dividend – an amount of money to be given each ...
Created on 01 March 2016
43. Is a $25-Billion Deficit Good for the Canadian Economy?
The absurdity lies in counting as debt wealth the population has itself produced by Louis Even A few weeks ago, the Quebec Government announced that it ended its financial year with a $200-million ...
Created on 01 January 2016
44. Banks really do create money out of nothing
by Oliver Heydorn Oliver Heydorn is the founder and director of “The Clifford Hugh Douglas Institute for the Study and Promotion of Social Credit” (www.socred.org). He is also the author of two recent ...
Created on 01 August 2015
45. No to the dictatorship of the money-god
In almost all of his speeches, Pope Francis never misses an opportunity to denounce the dictatorship of the money-god. Why does the Holy Father insist so much on this? This is because money has become ...
Created on 01 August 2015
46. The Bank of Canada must finance our country, debt-free
Thanks to the sacrifices that have been made for over sixty years by the “White Berets” of MICHAEL and “Vers Demain”, more and more people in high places are discovering the absurdity of the present financial ...
Created on 01 March 2015
47. Money, or Credit, is a Social Instrument
To Issue it, Should be the Role of Society Louis Even Let us just say that I am a farmer. I need a hired man to help me in my work. Lacking the money needed to pay him, I might possibly ...
Created on 01 March 2015
48. The Bank of Canada does not fulfill its function
It is sued in Federal Court by a group of citizens In the previous article, Mr. Even writes: “Because money gives a claim to everyone’s products, it cannot justifiably be created by an individual or ...
Created on 01 March 2015
49. The New Evangelization with Our Lady’s Rosary in Hand
Pope Francis recently said, and I paraphrase, “If you want to encounter Christ you need to put your hands into His wounds, through service to the poor.” When I heard these words, I began viewing my ...
Created on 01 August 2014
50. Public budgets and tax bondage
This brilliant article was written by Louis Even in 1961. The figures, when he speaks of 300,000 unemployed, reflect, therefore, those years. This is an article which should be read and reread by all ...
Created on 01 May 2014

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