The Social Credit Proposal—explained in 10 lessons & From Debt to Prosperity
By Alain Pilote and J. Crate Larkin. More and more people realize the fundamental need for a full monetary reform in Western Societies and the destructive criminal role that the Federal Reserve System plays in America.
This book explains the theory of social credit, the history of bank credit and the related political corruption, interest, usury, depressions and the globalists’ need for tight control of information on this up-and-coming movement.
Social credit can offer fundamental, honest solutions for today’s financial problems.
The two books also explain the maldistribution of industrial and farm products.
Winston Churchill had it right for once when he said: “The root problem of modern economics [is] the strange discordance between the consuming and producing power.”
Is Social Credit the answer? Such men as Ezra Pound, C.H. Douglas and Louis Even thought so.
A real eye-opener that could help Americans break up the money trust!
Softcover, two volumes, 251 total pages, $15.00 for the two volumes.