Social Credit and Mass Migration by M. Oliver Heydorn

We live now in an age of mass migrations and of rumours of mass migrations. With the term ‘mass migration’ we are referring, of course, to the movement, not merely of large numbers of people, but of whole groups of people, who constitute various racial-cultural gestalts, en masse from one nation or region to another. When it comes to explaining why this mass migration has been occurring, why it is, on the whole, a negative phenomenon, and what can be done to reduce migratory flows to saner proportions and saner forms, Social Credit theory has much to contribute to the public discourse.

The Economic Cause Behind Mass Migration
It has been commonplace to explain the existence of mass migration in the modern era in terms of technological advancements and particularly in terms of revolutions in communication and transport facilities, as though it were all a largely natural development. This overlooks the fact that a great deal of the more recent waves of mass migration, those with which we are most familiar, has actually been an effect of an international economic policy. Technology is what makes the mass migration possible, to be sure, but it really does not explain why it is happening. To this question of why, Social Credit provides an original and cogent answer.

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The Frankfurt School: Conspiracy to corrupt

by Timothy Matthews 

Western civilization at the present day is passing through a crisis which is essentially different from anything that has been previously experienced. Other societies in the past have changed their social institutions or their religious beliefs under the influence of external forces or the slow development of internal growth. But none, like our own, has ever consciously faced the prospect of a fundamental alteration of the beliefs and institutions on which the whole fabric of social life rests ... Civilization is being uprooted from its foundations in nature and tradition and is being reconstituted in a new organisation which is as artificial and mechanical as a modern factory.

Christopher Dawson. Enquiries into Religion and Culture, p. 259.

Most of Satan’s work in the world he takes care to keep hidden. But two small shafts of light have been thrown onto his work for me just recently. The first, a short article in the Association of Catholic Women’s ACW Review; the second, a remark (which at first surprised me) from a priest in Russia who claimed that we now, in the West, live in a Communist society. These shafts of light help, especially, to explain the onslaught of officialdom which in many countries worldwide has so successfully been removing the rights of parents to be the primary educators and protectors of their children.

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The Controversy over the Safe Schools Program – Finding the Sensible Centre by Patrick Parkinson University of Sydney - Faculty of Law

Professor Parkinson's Abstract and Conclusion make essential reading:
Full paper available here: SSRN-id2839084.pdf

"The Safe Schools program has attracted great controversy. On one end of the spectrum it is defended as an anti-bullying program. On the other end of the spectrum it is regarded as social engineering. It is important to have programs in schools that offer support for same-sex attracted youth, or those experiencing confusion about their gender identity, particularly those who do not have support at home. However, this particular program has some serious flaws.

"This paper seeks to draw attention to various problems in the Safe Schools materials which ought to be rectified if a program like this is to continue to be offered in schools.

"First, the materials present statistics on same-sex attraction and transgender prevalence that have no valid scientific basis.
Secondly, they present sexual orientation as fixed when for school-aged adolescents it is very volatile, and many same-sex attractions are transitory.
Thirdly, they present gender as fluid when for about 99.5% of the population, there is complete congruence between sexual characteristics and gender identity.
Fourthly, they promote gender transitioning without the need for any medical and psychological guidance and even without parental knowledge or consent.
Finally, they offer potentially misleading legal advice to teachers. While a program of this kind may offer benefits for some young people, there is reason to be concerned that it may cause harm to other young people who experience same-sex attraction or gender confusion. There is certainly a place for an anti-bullying program that addresses the issues with which the Safe Schools program is concerned, but this program needs to be rescued from its progenitors."

"It is unlikely that the concern about the Safe Schools program will go away. Without significant changes, the Safe Schools program risks conflict between school principals and teachers, and between schools and parents. Large ethnic communities are likely to become more vocal in their opposition. If parents knew that their school would assist their child to change gender identification at school without their knowledge and consent and without any expert medical or psychiatric involvement, the vast majority would, I expect, be extremely concerned. For the most part, politicians have defended the Safe Schools program because it is an anti-bullying program. If they continue to do so, without insisting on major reforms to it, they are likely to experience a severe political backlash in the more culturally diverse constituencies. Furthermore, the risk is that opposition to it will become so strong that eventually the baby will be thrown out with the bathwater and neither this program, or one like it, will continue to exist. That would be detrimental. In any school there will be students who are struggling with aspects of their psychosexual development.

"There is a need to support same-sex attracted youth, especially those who are unable to discuss these issues in their families. Many will not be same-sex attracted ten years later, but while they struggle with their sexual orientation, they need support and reliable information about same-sex attraction in the appropriate classes in the school curriculum. So it is with young people experiencing gender confusion. Expert professional help from those with the relevant medical or psychological expertise is essential. The program, or something like it, will no doubt do much good if it is brought back into the sensible centre. While a program of this kind may offer benefits for some young people, there is reason to be concerned that it may cause harm to other young people who experience same-sex attraction or gender confusion. This is not good enough for an educational resource. The Safe Schools program needs to be rescued from its progenitors."


In his final speech to the United Nations General Assembly, US President Barak Obama “hailed progress on the world stage while warning against the perilous forces that seek to dismantle peace and prosperity” – reported Willa Frej reporter for The Huffington Post.

Obama warned against ‘Aggressive Nationalism’ And ‘Crude Populism’.  “We can choose to press forward with a better model of integration, or we can retreat into a world sharply divided and in conflict,” he said.  That statement, and a number of others Obama made before the U.N. ― grouping “aggressive nationalism” and “crude populism” into the same category as religious fundamentalism ― could be interpreted as swipes at U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
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These days one comes across such terms in the mainline press quite often, i.e., ‘aggressive nationalism’ and ‘crude populism’.
The internet tells me the meaning of ‘populism is: 
 “At its root, populism is a belief in the power of regular people, and in their right to have control over their government rather than a small group of political insiders or a wealthy elite. The word populism comes from the Latin word for "people," populus.”
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Could it not be that the regular people are not happy with what their political insiders and/or wealthy elite are doing to them and are rebelling?
As for ‘nationalism’, whether ‘aggressive’ or not…
noun: nationalism  patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts, "an early consciousness of nationalism and pride"
synonyms:  patriotism, patriotic sentiment, allegiance/loyalty to one's country, loyalism, nationality…
C. H. Douglas in an address “at the Central Hall, Liverpool, on October 30th, 1936, “The Tragedy of Human Effort,” noted that biologist Dr. Tudor Jones, stated that there is no evidence whatever to suggest that the human being of the present day is in any essential cleverer or more able than the human being of six or seven hundred years ago.
Douglas continued:  “I am particularly interested in this, because I have recently had access to some charters and other similar documents affecting the affairs of Scotland from the thirteenth to sixteenth centuries, which seem to me to possess an understanding of the realities of statesmanship at least as great as is evidenced at the present time. I am confident that the principles which ought to govern the management of the affairs of this world have been available for many centuries, and have been obscured to such an extent that the community's intelligence upon such matters is probably less now that it was a thousand years ago.”
“For this reason” he continued, “I trust you will bear with me if I endeavour to put to you my own understanding, in modern language, of these ideas.

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Our thanks go to Ellen Brown for her latest article, “Central Bank Digital Currencies: A Revolution in Banking”.  Whether the proposed concept is known as ‘digital currencies’ or I refer to it as ‘carbon currencies’, its implementation would achieve the same goal – and that goal is the control of a nation’s financial system being completely taken out of national governments’ hands and handed over to a  Central Banking System, starting with England, China, Canada and the United Sates.   
Ellen Brown who writes:

“Several central banks, including the Bank of England, the People’s Bank of China, the Bank of Canada and the Federal Reserve, are exploring the concept of issuing their own digital currencies, using the blockchain technology developed for Bitcoin. Skeptical commentators suspect that their primary goal is to eliminate cash, setting us up for negative interest rates (we pay the bank to hold our deposits rather than the reverse).

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2GB - Malcolm Roberts One Nation- Establish a Peoples Bank

Agenda 21

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Wages, Salaries and Dividends are only ever a Ratio of the Total Cost of Production

Economics, aside from financial conventions is simply the application of energy, human and non-human, to the conversion of material into forms having utility or pleasure for humans.  In nature these processes are automatic and simply flow—where nature abhors  a vacuum.  For example, we speak of the “balance of nature”, of homeostasis in physiology, the principle of sufficiency in engineering.  Production and consumption are merely two sides of an equation and neither has any reason for existing without the other—there is no incentive to produce without a prospect of consumption and there is no possibility of consumption without production.

Money is an artificial human construct or system of accountancy and there is no reason automatically to assume that it reflects accurately the relationship between production and consumption.  Our money or accountancy system should enable all available production factors to be mobilized as desired and all production to be accessible to the community simultaneously and dynamically as it is completed and becomes physically available. From a macro-economic standpoint the entire society of individuals should have access to the total production in any given production or costing cycle.  This is simply a fulfillment of natural law.  All organisms have an inherent right in natural law to draw sustenance from their environment.  This reality involves no abstract or pseudo-moral considerations.

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Leisure and Social Credit

Yes, leisure is the basis of culture ... and our contemporary 'culture'  is as degenerate as it is partially on account of the fact that we lack leisure.

Regarding depression after leaving the daily grind, I would suggest an alternative explanation: people are prepared and habituated to work under the present educational and economic systems by following orders and fulfilling routine tasks. Is it any wonder then that once the order-givers are no longer around some people, who are unable to compensate for the loss of direction, will feel lost? It would be much better if we educated people for self-direction so that they could find meaningful things to do on their own.

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Comment posted to the "Distributist Review"

From a Social Credit perspective, economic efficiency in physical terms means producing whatever we need to survive and flourish with the least amount of human labour and resource consumption.
Thanks to technological advances and modern industrial technique, it is possible for us to produce all that we need while calling on a small and continually decreasing portion of the labour force. As an example, it has been widely reported that, as part of the 'fourth industrial revolution', 50% of American jobs will be automated within 20 years. 

We can either accept this state of affairs as a benefit, because it increases the time we could be spending in leisure (i.e., self-chosen activities) or, if we insist that everyone must work and that the economy must provide everyone with a job, we must devise ingenious methods of having people 'dig holes and fill them up again'.

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As noted in article "To Distribute or Redistribute," 15 September, 2016 
“There is a debate going on beneath the nonsense of mainstream economic discussion. The contenders are agreed on one important point; that a better distribution of wealth is the solution to our economic woes and the road to a more functional society….”

But what are some of the solutions being proposed?  We see that The Distributive Review has placed an article on Productivity online:
“Distributism is often associated with bucolic scenes and G.K. Chesterton’s encomiums of a landed peasantry. Thus, the casual observer might be left with the notion that Distributism is something of a relic, with nothing to say to the high-tech world we have become. But nothing could be further from the truth. Indeed, Distributism is, to date, the only articulated answer to a particular problem that advanced technology has brought upon us.

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Australia’s Global ‘Exit’: Tribalism and International Institutions

Source:  On Line Opinion, 16 September 2016:  “Australia’s global ‘exit’: tribalism and international institutions
Binoy Kampmark believes that Senators Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts “hail from a long line of populists suspicious of the “international institution”…” the United Nations, and then brings to the readers mind American Senator Jesse Helms’ warning in the late 1980s to his own American people that the United Nations’ intention was  “to impose its moral authority on the United States in the name of international justice.” 
At the time Senator Jesse Helms still believed “The American people will not buy it”.
But just as Australians are now learning of the sell-out of Australia to the Chinese Communists so the American people have been sold out by their leaders.

International Finance and the Communist World
It was in 1978 that Eric Butler warned his people:  “As the Jaws of the World Trap Close”

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To Distribute or Redistribute

From Social Credit Angles

There is a debate going on beneath the nonsense of mainstream economic discussion. The contenders are agreed on one important point; that a better distribution of wealth is the solution to our economic woes and the road to a more functional society. As Martin Luther King said ‘it is now incontestable that the wealth and resources of the United States make the elimination of poverty absolutely practical.’ This is true throughout the industrial world and could be true everywhere.

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Australians need to be aware:  Ontario puts ideology above medical safety.
Starting June 13th, 2016, the Ontario (Canada) Liberal government began issuing medical identification cards differently.  Now, instead of "M" or "F", no sex is listed AT ALL on the cards—in order to be "inclusive" for those very few Ontarians who believe themselves to be transgendered.

Ontario's Liberal government has removed "male" and "female" from its medical identification cards, putting the health and safety of patients at risk! This will surely endanger Ontarians' lives by misdirecting emergency healthcare efforts.

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Marriage - the Bigger Picture

It is not just practising Christians who should be vitally interested in the proposed national plebiscite on ‘same-sex ‘marriage’.  As the outcome of such a move would eventually affect the very foundation of this nation, Australians one and all should be concerned.

I see Andrew Bolt is more concerned, along with many another journalist, about the spat between the group of Christians and Turnbull than the proposed plebiscite:
“Turnbull vs Christians: which do you think is lying?”
But I don’t want to go into ‘who said what and when’, I am more interested in how the issue will eventually be played out for the Australian people to understand the real issues.

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A generation left behind: Millions of Chinese children abandoned as parents seek work

by China correspondent Matthew Carney
Around 61 million children are left behind in China's rural villages and towns while their parents work in the big cities.
Li Yikui is a 13-year-old boy who radiates warmth and friendliness. But inside he is hurting.
"I love to be with my classmates, so that I don't feel lonely," he said.
Yikui has not seen his father in four years. His mother visits just once a year.
When he is asked if he misses them, a big tear rolls down his cheek and he covers his face with his hands. It is a silent, but eloquent, answer.
Yikui is one of the millions of children left behind, the hidden casualties of China's rapid development.
Studies show about 70 per cent of the 'left-behind' kids suffer from emotional trauma, depression or anxiety.
They are sometimes called the lost generation, or the damaged generation.
About a third of the left-behind children — 20 million — will get involved in crime, while another third will need time in mental health institutions, according to a small Christian NGO called Children Charity International (CCI).
"I can't imagine what that would do to China," CCI founder Joseph Lim said.
So far young Yikui is staying on the right path.
We meet him in a noisy classroom at Xiaping school in central China's remote and mountainous Hefeng county.
About 40 per cent of his classmates are growing up without parents. They tend to lag behind other kids in their grades and behaviour, so they need extra help.
"The left-behind children lack the care and guidance of their parents. So they lack self-discipline to some extent," vice principal Mr Xu Liang said.

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How is the Alt-Right and white activism doing with woman?

“How is the Alt-Right and white activism doing with woman both politically and culturally? These efforts have been male-dominated. I get the sense that, in the main, the Alt-Right and white activism tend to be turn-offs to women. To the extent that that is true, why, and what can be done about it?”

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“Sam Dastyari had been in the Senate mere months when a ghost from his past came back to haunt him. He was sued by a marketing company over work it said he had commissioned and then abandoned while general secretary of the NSW Labor Party.
He settled the case for around $5000, but rather than pay it himself or get the Labor Party to help, he sent the bill to the Yuhu Group, reporting its support in the register of senators' interests.

The Shenzhen Yuhu investment development group was founded by Huang Xiangmo, a Chinese-Australian billionaire to whom $5000 was literally small change.”


Bill Pickering writes: “… So Mr Bean is on the communists’ payroll? Big deal! Well, it would be a big deal for any entity other than the Labor Party because for 80 years a right of passage to a Labor safe seat was the obligatory trip to Moscow to spill one’s guts over what an awful democratic direction Australia was travelling in.
Dastyari is a member of the NSW Catholic Right, the most notorious of factions that combined with the Victorian Left’s union power base to give us Bob Carr, Julia Gillard, Bill Shorten, Graham Richardson, Tony Burke and an array of other Labor sub-luminaries and Sydney underworld spivs…

After the break-up of the Soviet Union the ALP’s fascination with communism was limited to Cuba and China. China won. So there has been a steady trek of Labor’s up-and-comers, like Dastyari, to Beijing….”

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Basically, the Frankfurt School’s task was, as swiftly as possible, to undermine the Judaeo-Christian legacy. To do this they called for the most negative destructive criticism possible of every sphere of life which would be designed to de-stabilize society and bring down what they saw as the ‘oppressive’ order. Their policies, they hoped, would spread like a virus—‘continuing the work of the Western Marxists by other means’.

Carl Grünberg, the Institute’s director from 1923-1929, was an avowed Marxist, although the Institute did not have any official party affiliations. But in 1930 Max Horkheimer assumed control and he believed that Marx’s theory should be the basis of the Institute’s research. When Hitler came to power, the Institut was closed and its members, by various routes, fled to the United States and migrated to major US universities—Columbia, Princeton, Brandeis, and California at Berkeley.

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JoNova asks:  Most of Asia’s bankers ignore climate risks. Hmm. Rich and dumb, or rich and skeptical?

A survey in Asia found that 69% of financial institutions there don’t bother with assessing climate change risks when considering financing projects. Either these bankers have missed the last 20 years of IPCC messaging (careless inattentive bankers), or they’ve seen it and they know it’s baloney (skeptical bankers). Hmmm. What’s more likely?
Looks like two thirds of Asian banks don’t believe the IPCC:

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