Wallace, seven in 10 Americans support the right to legal abortion. The Supreme Court has upheld our constitutional right to choose. Still, we’re forced to defend it repeatedly as anti-choice politicians and organizations focus on undermining our rights and chipping away at access until they eliminate it completely. As long as the right to abortion is endangered, human rights are threatened.
To which Wallace Klinck Responded:
Monique Teal (Daily Kos)
Our “economic viability” is primarily determined, and sabotaged, by a dysfunctional, exploitative and costive financial system which is increasingly non-distributive, except by means of exponentially increasing financial debt, and which stops up the potential abundance of nations. If you prefer to ignore this final and definitive cause of our problems of poverty, crime, war, etc., and instead choose to encourage women to destroy the life within them without humanity, emotion or moral concern, you are hopelessly confused, and culpable if actually aware of the destructive and degrading nature of your actions, which seem to assume that women, along with the rest of humanity, are primarily and inevitably mere economic functionaries serving the powers of Mammon, as embodied in the banking and financial fraternity. You are basing your policies upon fear and avarice rather than upon faith, love and compassion. We live in a world of actual abundance and financial scarcity, and are deceived by the latter to believe in a material scarcity which does not exist except for the inhibiting influence of its false symbolic accountancy representation and determinant, which we call money. An increasing portion of the world’s human “work” is done not for any genuinely or justifiable productive purpose but rather merely to receive financial incomes enabling us to obtain not current but past production. This is called “salvation through works”—and the “works” (defined as expended human energy) become evermore irrelevant, wasteful, idolatrous, enslaving and threatening as technology replaces human energy as a factor of production. The crime is not the marvellous displacement of labour by technology but in our inability, or mindless and stubborn unwillingness, to provide a means for dispersion of the spectacular abundance which technology makes possible. A nation or society which has no Cultural Inheritance, or refuses to recognize, acknowledge and confer it, is doomed for consignment to the scrapheap of history.
Major C.H. Douglas on “Causes of War” - part 1 - YouTube - BBC 1934 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sw28HmmvNNs
A talk on BBC Radio in November 1934 by Major Clifford Hugh Douglas in a series on “The Causes of War”. Douglas was the founder of the Social Credit movement.
Major C.H. Douglas on ‘The Causes of War’ - part 2 - YouTube - BBC 1934 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=676UBQpBePc
Robert Klinck - “Economists’ Failed Professionalism” - 2016 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdcVuf8ajxc
This video is about how orthodox economic theory (an outgrowth of Puritanism) misinterprets and distorts reality and how for decades proposals for rectification have ...
Social Credit - Theory by Clifford Hugh Douglas
The C.H. Douglas Institute is a registered not-for-profit organization that is committed to furthering education of the theory of Social Credit.
“Social Credit and the Christian Ethic” by Norman F. Webb 1937