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  • This is what a Social Credit government would work to achieve for New Zealanders

• To adapt the financial system in New Zealand so that the fulfilment of the reasonable wants of individuals, singly or in association, shall not be limited except by lack of natural resources or the unwillingness of anyone in the community to provide for those wants.


• To vest in the people of New Zealand as a whole, the ownership of credit and currency.


• To ensure that the Reserve Bank, which shall control the financial system on behalf of the people, shall be accountable to them.


• To secure the beneficial use of credit and currency to each citizen.


• To move progressively from a debt to a credit-based economy, with credits for production being cancelled upon the purchase of goods for consumption.


• To recover effective control of New Zealand's economic affairs and establish greater political independence.


• To ensure a property owning democracy, in which the ownership of assets is spread as widely as possible amongst individuals.


• To establish a social credit economy where people will be able to use the country's resources without mortgaging their own and their children's future.


• To protect and enhance our world's life support systems – air, water and soil – and preserve the richness and beauty of natural, biological ecosystems.


• Within the limits of resources available, to encourage the introduction of all forms of labour-saving technology, thereby increasing output, the standard of living and the quality of life.


• To ensure that, in an age of increasing automation, with machines taking over the work of more people, incomes will nevertheless be maintained so that we all may share the benefits.


• To restore and stabilise the purchasing power of money, thereby enhancing and protecting the value of incomes and savings.


• To encourage skill in all fields of endeavour by ensuring that ability is justly rewarded.


• To reduce the working week progressively, without loss of income or increased costs to employers, and without endangering either the employers or employees right to choose, so that all may have the opportunity to share equitably in the work and leisure available.


• To provide more educational, cultural and recreational facilities and encourage their use.


• To promote religious and racial tolerance, understanding and respect, accepting all cultures for mutual enrichment.


• To promote a stable community through protection of the family as a basic unit.


• To provide a democratic Parliamentary representation in which the members have regard to the expressed wishes of the Electorate.

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