Social Credit, sometimes shortened to SoCred, is an economical system that advocates for social control of credit, a national dividend, and other policies that aim to raise consumer's purchasing power and decentralize economic power.
Foundations and Beliefs
Purpose of the Economy and Waste
SoCred believes that the purpose of an economy is to provide goods and services that increase personal well-being, however not every good serves this purpose, these goods are waste. This waste hurts the consumer, since the price of products is increased because of it, hurting his purchasing power.
Production and Cultural Inheritance
For them, there are four factors in production. Land, labor, capital, and Cultural Inheritance, with the last one having the most importance. Cultural Inheritance is the knowledge, process, and techniques that are developed by past civilizations. These ideas make it so that we don't need to reinvent the wheel, making production easier and more valuable
He hates being confused for Dengism or Xi Jinping Thought, and will be quick to correct anyone who makes this confusion, often going on a long-winded rant on how his ideology is perhaps the exact opposite of Chinese social credit.
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- Longism - Likes wealth distribution and increasing consumer purchasing power. Based.
- Lawsonomy - Anti-bank gang!
- Distributism - Great friend from the start. He helped influence a lot of the old social credit parties.
- Ricardian Socialism - Good influence on my ideas.
- Social Libertarianism - Likes universal income but I'm not sure if I like most of your other policies.
- Keynesian School - Doesn't think I'm completely insane.
- Pol Potism - Another anti-bank ideology but otherwise you are a maniac.
- Reactionary Socialism - You have quite a few ideas I can agree with but you take them too far.
- Financialism - I hate you for forcing the consumers to go into debt.
- Zionism - "What is interesting about ["The Protocols of the Elders of Zion"], is the fidelity with which the methods by which such enslavement might be brought about can be seen reflected in the facts of everyday experience."
- Dengism - You've ruined the great name of social credit! Now everyone confuses my ideology with you!
- Right-Wing Populism - Bastard who hijacked my party.
- Satirism - For the love of god, I'm not that Social Credit!
- PCM - You too, the thing above.
- Social Credit
- C. H. Douglas
- William Aberhart
- Social Credit Party of Canada
- Social Credit Party (New Zealand)
- Social Credit Party of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
- An Introduction to Social Credit - animated video by The Clifford Hugh Douglas Institute
- The weird "Social Credit" movement by J.J. McCullough
- Douglas Social Credit (YouTube Channel)