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Anyone want to go to one of these libraries and try to check out this book?

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The most common story:

Before the American War for Independence in 1776, the colonized part of what is today the United States of America was a possession of England. It was called New England, and was made up of 13 colonies, which became the first 13 states of the great Republic. Around 1750, this New England was very prosperous. Benjamin Franklin was able to write:

“There was abundance in the Colonies, and peace was reigning on every border. It was difficult, and even impossible, to find a happier and more prosperous nation on all the surface of the globe. Comfort was prevailing in every home. The people, in general, kept the highest moral standards, and education was widely spread.”

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Another story from it:

Would Social Credit Cause Inflation ?

on Wednesday, 01 June 1955. Posted in Social Credit

So much false and misleading propaganda is spread about the monetary proposals of Social Credit, that it is necessary to examine a few questions frequently asked.

Does Social Credit advocate the use of worthless ‘paper money'?

No, it does not. Social Credit is not concerned with the physical composition of money. Today the most convenient and widely used medium is paper money – legal tender (bills) and chequebook money, drafts and so on. But we do not consider the paper money and credit instruments we use today to be worthless. The Government's stamp on our bills gives us confidence, even though they are made of paper.

Would Social Credit advocate the manufacture of money indiscriminately?

No, it would not. Social Credit teaches that money itself is not wealth — it merely serves as a claim on wealth, a claim on goods and services. It is disastrous to have a dollar without a corresponding dollar's worth of real wealth; i.e., production - goods and services. But it is folly to have the dollar's worth of real wealth and not have the dollar to facilitate its distribution and consumption. We need a dollar to represent every dollar's worth of our production, if we are to enjoy full distribution and consumption, which in turn means full production and a high standard of living.

The basis for all money must be Goods. And the volume of purchasing power must bear a scientific relationship to the price of goods for sale. But we must have the goods and services to back up the dollars. No more dollars would be created than there were goods for sale.

Therefore, Social Credit would not manufacture money indiscriminately (as it is today, with periods of inflation and deflation). Money or credit would be created scientifically, based upon production of goods and services, and financial policy would be so oriented as to reflect the physical facts. What is physically possible, would be made financially possible — without foreover going into debt and taxation.

Didn't some similar 'scheme' cause inflation in Germany after World War I?

No, it did not. Money was issued indiscrimanately in Germany, without the goods and services to back it up. Money was issued without having any relationship to goods and services. But this was deliberately done by the international bankers in their own greedy interests. In the book, UNROBING THE GHOSTS OF WALL STREET, we read the following account of the 'German’ inflation::

"In a conference in Paris and later in Berlin, in 1937, an outstanding German Banker explained to me (the author) that the German mark was not destroyed by the German Government, but by the International Bankers of Germany and other nations; that Germany had no more control of her finances at that time than has the United States today; that Germany as a nation, had it had control of its money, could have managed very well and retained the mark. All that was necessary was to raise the price level of labor and commodities to correspond with the increased number of marks, or in other words reduce the purchasing power of the mark scientifically. But this would have reduced the purchasing power of capital and interest, and this the big bankers objected to, so after they had sold their marks to America and other nations, and disposed of their German bonds, or had them reissued in the new gold mark, they destroyed the old German mark, and let the people and other nations suffer the loss.

“The banker also explained that one year or more previous to the destruction of the German mark that there was a whispering campaign going on among the class that controlled the money of Germany (and their friends and relatives were let in on the secret) advising them to buy all they could and promise to pay one year hence when the German mark would be worthless. This was all a premeditated plan by the International Bankers, the same as is our money panics.

“This banker informed me that the confiscation of property in Germany was largely due to this whispering campaign. Those that had been informed actually got property for practically nothing. This banker further informed me that the terrible poverty of Germany during the time Von Hindenburg was President was caused by the old mark being destroyed and the new mark restricted in volume by the German International Bankers, so it made a terrific scarcity of money, that naturally was followed by extreme poverty. That it was not so much the destruction of the old mark, but the restriction in volume of the new mark that created Germany's dark days of poverty."

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