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Eric D. Butler

The Truth About Social Credit (1946)

The Truth About Social Credit (1946) by Eric D. Butler

  • Social Credit stands for tha supremacy of individuals over all institutions, financial, industrial or political.
  • Social Credit is opposed to monopoly in any shape or form,
  • Social Credit has nothing to do with the nationalisation of industry.
  • Social Credit alone can provide the individu...

Eric D. Butler

The Labour-Socialist Road to Serfdom (1949)

A HANDBOOK OF ANTI-TOTALITARIANISM

The Labour-Socialist Road to Serfdom (1949) by Eric D. Butler

From The Introduction

This booklet is designed to outline briefly the manner in which the Australian Labor Party—it is really a Labour-Socialist Party— in its attempt to attain its socialisation objective, has consistently brought forward legisla...

Arthur Kitson

Essays in The New Age Magazine (1912-13)

These are three short articles written by Arthur Kitson, lifted from The New Age periodical.

Gold and State Banking (1912)

Published in:The New Age, 1037, Vol.11, No.13, July 25, 1912

THE Oracle has spoken! The Mountain has laboured and brought forth-a Mouse a miserable little spe...

Ezra Pound

America, Roosevelt and the Causes of the Present War (1994)

America, Roosevelt and the Causes of the Present War (1994) by Ezra Pound

Selected Quotes

The historical process has been understood at various times, but this understanding on the part of a diligent minority fighting for the public good is again and again thrust down beneath the surface. In 1878 my grandfather said the same things that I’m...

Bank for International Settlements

The Constituent Charter (1930)

Constituent Charter (1930) by Bank for International Settlements

Legal texts of the BIS, available on the Bank For International Settlements website. You need to read it to believe it, only four pages long. Essentially these banksters are a law unto themselves, based in neutral Switzerland, on inviolable territory, outside and above all...