Take healthcare, for example. Stephnie de Ruyter gives the solution to funding the public health system. It’s not complicated. "It’s that simple”. The current push by the government and its cohorts to extend fluoridation is described by David Tranter as “a web of lies and deceit”. Democrats for social credit opposes “compulsory mass
medication”. It is significant that the European Union has now declared fluoride a ‘medicine’ and its addition to the water supply “unlawful”.
Another policy plank to be hammered home is Binding Citizens Initiated Referendum (BCIR). This has just been adopted by the Wanganui District Council, thereby giving ‘Power to the People’. (Using BCIR, 74% of residents rejected fluoridation!) John Kennedy, the respected former editor of the Catholic publication, The Tablet, summed up our raison d'être: “The writing of Major Douglas, the founding prophet of Social Credit, saw the Socred monetary system as a means by which man would be enabled to develop to the full his intellectual, moral and religious aspects, he saw economic security as essential for the establishment of this individual freedom.”
In this issue, Trevor Crosbie hits the nail on the head when he asks “If Lab/Nat is the answer, why haven’t the problems gone away?” He says we must “hammer the message that supporting Lab/Nat simply means more taxes, more inflation, more controls and restrictions, a more uncertain future, less quality of life, less healthcare, more crime, etc.”