The New Start Journal
Vol 2. Issue 3
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Freedom Potentials was a video series in twenty segments of approximately 20 to 30 minutes each, which was produced in the 1990’s.
It was created to assist and nurture the free society in the best Western tradition. This edition of New Start offers lesson 3.
This segment identifies some of the greatest societal problems as a preliminary to addressing them.
The Breakdown of the Employment System by C H Douglas.
This prophetic address was given by C H Douglas on January 31, 1923 to the Newcastle Commercial Staffs’ Association. The Fabians had declared their opposition to Social Credit “whether the scheme is sound or not: I don’t like its object.” Workers were not to be allowed to progressively become proprietors of their societies’ profitability. As technology progressively displaces human labour, workers’ vulnerability as employees, and as never anything but employees, must be maintained in the interest of an elite socialist coterie. Society has been stuck at about here for about the last 100 years.
Franz Liszt’s life story and his Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
11 minute video
8 minute video
A Behe interview.
This is an attempt by Edward Minton to explain why society always has less purchasing power than are the costs of consumer production.
Professor William Harper explains why CO2 cannot heat the atmosphere much more than it is doing so now.
A video of 23 minutes with a real scientist, who describes climate alarmism as just one of those mass hysterias which come along sometimes.
What's Wrong with Wind and Solar?
The renewable wind and solar energy sources are simply not going to meet the current expectations of them. This five minute video explains why.
“Income from a National Dividend”.
a text of address
This is the text of an address which puts the case for a national dividend quite comprehensively. Seven pages.
The passing of Supermarkets