Social Credit, could it be part of the answer?

So after a few months of studying Social Credit, I think I can summarise it thus;

It would be a financial system that is neither capitalist, nor communist. It would create interest free money, free of anything we would recognise as banks or private central bank cartels, and would be able to provide everyone with a ‘national dividend’.

The national dividend, would be the difference between all productivity and the wages, capital gains and dividends given out to share holders of companies across the economy. The chart bellow shows the gap between productivity and wages, showing that there is not enough money in the system to buy all the production available, meaning people go into usurious debt to purchase part of the remainder.










So if we were to use a Social Credit like system, everyone would be credited an equal part of the difference, instead of having to go into debt. In the cases above, each American and Canadian, that is each man woman and child would get about $16,000 a year! That would be very handy when it comes to Christmas shopping, or getting a new car, or paying for a child’s education. This would mean that people could easily have as many children as they want, as a couple would make near to $30,000 a year, and $16,000 with each new child! Although, the dividend paid would depend on the year, the number of people working, as I imagine some people would not bother working and just like on the dividend, so it would fluctuate. Also this would mean the end of a welfare state, another very good by-product of the ‘national dividend’, as taxes would disappear, and with it government programmes, although this could happen over time.

I like the sound of that!

Next, the banks, which will be co-operatives, credit unions or publicly owned institutions, would lend to business and people as needed, but for only the return of the original capital, which is needed to keep the money supply stable, to preventing inflation. The loans would be for production, construction of houses, hospitals, schools and other needful things, roads, airports, seaports, bridges etc…without any local or national government having to go into the debt spiral, where they end up having to roll over debt just to keep afloat. Under a Social Credit system, most governments would not get into ridiculous debt, and if they did, they would not have the interest to pay, only the capital.

Another part of the Social Credit system which Clifford Hugh Douglas explained, is that we would not need political parties, now this is something I like, although I don’t think it is necessarily true, he tells us that parties are divisive, and he also opposed ‘democracy’, as I do, just read the next paragraph;

‘Now “the people” is a collective term which, in order to make its nature clearer, may be translated as “the mob”. I am not substituting what may appear to be a derogatory word for one which appears to be more respectable, with a view to expressing contempt for the population considered collectively, but because a good deal of attention has been devoted to the psychology of mobs, and the conclusions, where they are sound, are obviously applicable to democracy. The outstanding feature of a mob is that it does not reason, or certainly does not reason effectively. Its conclusions as based upon reason can be stated, with confidence, to be almost invariably wrong. A mob feels, it does not think, and consequently by whatever mechanism we represent a mob we can represent only a desire, not a technique. It is, of course, possible to contend that the desires of a mob are always or frequently wrong. That is the blasphemy based on the theory of original sin, which is evident in the world today in various forms which can be largely included in the word “Puritanism. I do not believe in original sin. It is, however, quite certain that desire, emotion, or feeling, however you wish to phrase it, is plastic and possesses from its nature a strong desire to clothe itself in forms, so that if a mob shouts “We want food and shelter” it is easy to get it to translate that into a cry “We want work”, which is, of course, not at all the same thing. Now in this country we have evolved a mechanism of election which is alleged to be for the purpose of making the will of the mob evident. But the most cursory examination of the slogans on which elections are fought is sufficient to show that the machinery has been completely perverted.’

So, here we have a philosophy, which opposes, sensibly, and rationally the power of the bankers and the oligarchs who are behind them, it opposes party and strife, which is used to divide us, it opposes communism and the attempt to create an utopia here on earth, it is as Douglas explained, practical Christianity. Which is probably why it would never be tried, and if it was, why it would be opposed violently.

The legal and frenzied thievery which the whole modern edifice of government and finance is committing is astounding, the trillions that they have accumulated through no effort, on the backs of wage slaves, is criminal and immoral. The party politicians who are bought and paid for, who whore out their people for a small cut of the action are traitors and criminals who should be executed. The doped mobs of morons who are glued to ‘Big Brother’ and ‘Glee’ are oblivious of how their standard of livings are dropping, how it is getting harder and harder to live at an acceptable level, how they seem to never be able to buy or even rent a nice home and how their labour is being stolen from them by lazy, immoral and cruel TRILLIONAIRES!

Capitalism is Communism with some restraint, or at least the look of restraint, it is Communism done subtly, whilst Capitalism is a licence to loot until the people have nothing left and have been enslaved de jure as well as de facto. The system is bust, the time has come for something new.

A system with no usury, no interest and no fat Trillionaires living the high life for doing nothing! A system where ‘democracy’ and party is disempowered, where localities would be freer and thus all men!

Why not give Social Credit a go?



What is Social Credit?

Clifford Hugh Douglas and Social Credit    

In the immediate aftermath of the First World War (1914-18) Clifford Hugh Douglas was introduced to Orage. As an engineer working for major international companies, Douglas had observed that, in the case of any individual project, there was only ever one problem which could not be overcome, and that was lack of finance. If a project was considered desirable for a local community, it was always possible to find the tools, the machinery, the skills, the materials, the workers and all essential resources. But if the finance was not forthcoming, the project was invariably scrapped, or put on hold until the finance was available. In other words, policies were being determined by the availability of finance.

During the First World War, Douglas was in charge of sorting out the finances of Farnborough Aircraft Factory. He turned his engineering mind to the observation of the movement of finances through the productive enterprise, first at Farnborough and later in 100 different firms throughout the country. His observations held true. The rate of flow of

incomes, in terms of wages, salaries and dividends, did not match the rate of flow of prices of goods coming onto the market. Douglas followed his initial researches into the financial system with a study of the methods used by the Government to finance the unprecedented waste of the ‘War to End All Wars”. The technical details of his analysis of the capitalist financial system are fully explained in Douglas’ many books, speeches, pamphlets and articles, many of which are available elsewhere on this website.

For some months, Douglas and Orage held long discussions. Orage quickly recognised that Douglas held the answers to his concerns about the financing of production, whilst Douglas applied his purely financial theorising to the political philosophy of Guild Socialism. The result was a body of socio-economic theory which became known as ‘Social Credit’.

Good Work and the National Dividend

Like a great many people of his times, Douglas delighted in the potential of the Machine Age to open up the lives of ordinary people so that they could enjoy the benefits of the new technologies. However, he also foresaw the dangers of allowing economic growth to be driven by purely financial considerations. As things stood, the debt-financing of industry was leading to ever-increasing wasteful production of superfluous consumer items, and the ultimate destruction of resources in warfare. Instead of becoming free, people had made themselves slaves of the Machine, bound to work for a wage or salary as the primary means of obtaining an income. This is not a necessary state of affairs.

Adam Smith’s very early observations on the economics of the Machine Age make interesting reading. By coming together into a factory, dividing up the labour and using more sophisticated machinery, production can be increased geometrically, out of all proportion to the efforts of any single individual. To whom, therefore, should the benefit of the vast increase in output belong? Is it to the owner of the factory? To the individual workers in that factory? Or to families in the community as a whole who, after all, supply the workers to all factories and places of ‘work’ without financial charge? Social Credit literature raises many questions of this type, and provides far more satisfactory answers than can be found in conventional economics textbooks.

A central plank of Social Credit literature is the observation that no single individual can make any significant contribution to total wealth by their own efforts. No matter how talented or skilled they might be, or how much energy and time they put into their work, every individual relies upon complex networks of transport and farming systems and so on. In short, the Bill Gateses of this world could make nothing whatsoever without the massive development of tools and processes built up over untold generations. This ‘common cultural inheritance’ forms the source of all wealth in the Machine Age. It would therefore make sense for all members of the community to receive their birthright in the form of a ‘dividend’ payable, like any dividend on shares, independently of any income from employment. The case for and against the payment of a ‘National Dividend for all’ is well rehearsed in the Social Credit literature available on this website.

A Credit-driven Financial System

Douglas had no quarrel with banks or with machines. Operating efficiently and in harmony, the financial system and the new technologies had created the potential for a sane economic system, offering sufficiency for all. The new technologies, and sensible financial policies could be used to eliminate poverty and scarcity. However, as things stood during Douglas’ lifetime, finance-driven policy decisions were creating poverty amidst plenty, environmental degradation and war on an unprecedented scale. Finance and the new technologies would make excellent servants of humanity. But they were making very bad masters.

As things stand to this very day, finance dominates the lives of virtually every single person on the planet. From the moment of birth to the moment of death, the availability or lack of finance dictates what a person can and cannot do. Yet very few people can attempt to explain with any clarity exactly how it is that finance rules our lives. Clifford Hugh Douglas was one individual who, by observation and interpretation, came to a rigorous understanding of the financial system which had arisen during industrialisation.

Douglas observed, as a matter of fact and not mere opinion, that finance flows into the economic system as bank-created debt. Firms use the debt-created finance to pay their costs of production. The wages, salaries and dividends paid out by firms form incomes to households. With their incomes, households can purchase the stream of goods and services coming onto the market. As the modern economic system has developed, it has created a massive bureaucracy. Behind that bureaucracy, obscured by the very complexity of the system, financial speculation, profiteering, marketing, advertising and a whole range of growth-driven economic activities are making human existence increasingly precarious. In Douglas’ view, this is not a necessary state of human affairs. The system is there to be studied. Such study will reveal that, by using relatively straightforward accounting methodology, production, distribution and exchange – i.e., all economic activity – can be credit-driven rather than debt-driven.


Constitution of the Commonwealth

We the People, in humble submission to Almighty God, do recognise our responsibility to uphold and exalt Christian values and norms, and acknowledge the sovereignty and guidance of Almighty God in all things. Furthermore, to ensure Justice, Peace and Freedom for our peoples, we recognise me must institute among ourselves a government which shall be limited in its power, just in its purpose and Honourable toward all men. We hereby ordain and establish the following constitution;




Everyone shall be free and shall have all their Rights and Liberties undiminished.


Everyones Right to life shall be protected by Law, whether born or unborn. No one shall be deprived of his life intentionally save in the execution of a sentence of a Court, following his conviction of a crime for which this penalty is provided by Law.


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Miscegenation is prohibited. Those guilty of such and offence shall be banished from all Commonwealth territory, forever. Those guilty of miscegenation and their tainted offspring and all descendants shall shall be prohibited, in perpetuity, from entering into any Commonwealth territory and they shall forfeit all Rights and privileges as citizens.


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Usury in all its forms, shall be prohibited. Those guilty of usurious actions shall be liable to indictment, prosecution and punishment.



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The General Assembly;

The High Council;

The Supreme Court;

The Tribune;

The Civil Service;

The Commonwealth Cities;

The Constituent Entities.




In order to obtain the general consent of the People, Senators and Delegates shall be summoned to a General Assembly, in which all legislative powers herein described shall be vested. The General Assembly shall consist of a Senate and House of Delegates.


The House of Delegates shall be composed of members chosen every third year by the constituent entities, the manner of their election shall be decided by each constituent entity.

Each constituent entity may choose however many Delegates they wish, the Delegation shall attend the General Assembly and each Delegate may speak in the House of Delegates. However, each Delegation shall be entitled to only one vote. The House of Delegates may allow Delegations from non territorial entities, which shall in all cases have the same Rights and privileges as all other Delegations.

Delegates shall, when elected, be an inhabitant of the constituent entity for which they shall be chosen.

When vacancies happen in the Delegation from any constituent entity, that constituent entity or the executive or legislature thereof, may fill such vacancies as they deem proper.

The House of Delegates shall choose their speaker and other officers, and shall have sole power of impeachment over them.


The Senate shall be composed of appointed Senators and Church Leaders.

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Senators shall be appointed to an open ended term and may serve as long as they desire. When they do retire or die, they may choose as their successor any other man, and the Senate need only confirm this choice by simple majority. If the Senate does not approve, his second choice shall be considered and so on, until the Senate agrees to a successor. When a Senator dies with no Will or Testament, the Senate shall offer the position to one of his family or friends who shall be suitably virtuous, learned and God fearing. If a Senator is removed for cause, his seat shall be offered to whomever the Senate agree is virtuous, learned and God fearing enough to be appropriate for the position.

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Church Leaders shall be chosen by lottery, and once chosen at random they shall be offered a seat in the Senate, if one refuse, another shall be chosen by lottery until all seats are filled. The term of office for a Church Leader shall be nine years, except that the term for the initial membership shall be staggered by lot, with one third of it, ceasing from office and replaced every third year.


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The General Assembly shall have power to;

Lay and collect taxes, duties and imposts;

Establish, issue and regulate the currency, credit and exchange of the Commonwealth;

Regulate financial, banking, credit and insurance institutions so that they shall be designed to serve the peoples needs;

Establish standards for weights, measures, accounting and records;

Establish uniform Laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the Commonwealth;

Make Treaties and regulate commerce with foreign state and within the Commonwealth;

Establish, alter, consolidate or abolish such ministries, commissions, offices, agencies and other parts of the Government as may be needed to carry out any and all of the functions of Government, subject to the specific provisions of this Constitution;

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Co-ordinate among the constituent entities, the rules of immigration, residence and naturalisation;

Promote the progress of science and useful arts;

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Own, administer and supervise the development and conservation of the oceans, sea-beds and the resources thereof;

Provide assistance in the event of large scale calamities, ecological disruptions and other disasters;

To review, amend and give final approval to each budget for the Government, as submitted by the High Council and to appropriate and allocate funds for all operations and functions of the Government in accordance with the approved budgets, but subject to the right of the General Assembly to revise any appropriation not yet spent or contractually committed;

To institute such controls and regulations of technology as may be found necessary to prevent or correct widespread hazards or perils, to public health and welfare, or the environment;

Exercise exclusive jurisdiction and control over nuclear energy research, testing, and nuclear power production;

Prohibit the testing, manufacture, sale, purchase, use and possession of weapons of mass destruction;

Prevent wars and armed conflicts among the constituent entities, territories and peoples of the Commonwealth and provide the means for peaceful and just solutions of disputes and conflicts among or between the constituent entities, territories and peoples of the Commonwealth;

Define and punish felonies and breaches of International Law;

Declare war and grant letter of marque and reprisal;

Provide and maintain a navy and make rules and regulations for its governance;

Provide for calling forth the militias of the constituent entities to execute Commonwealth Laws, suppress insurrections and repel invasions and to provide for organising, training, arming, governing and disciplining the militias when employed in Commonwealth service;

To exercise exclusive legislation over all property purchased by the Commonwealth with the consent of the constituent entity in which the purchased property shall be; and

Prepare, enact, amend or repeal Laws, legislation, regulations and directions as may be found necessary or desirable, for carrying into effect the powers granted to the Government under this Constitution.


All wars in which this Commonwealth shall be involved, except in the repelling of an immediate invasion or attack, must be approved explicitly by the General Assembly, through a declaration of war, which must then be submitted to the people for approval by referendum.

Every war shall be funded through a war tax, which shall be laid equally on every voter and which must be able to fund the entire war from these funds.

At times of official peace, the decision to aid, assist, or oppose any foreign government, or non-governmental movement will be reserved to the people, as individuals.


No money shall be spent without an appropriation made by Law;

Records of all receipts and expenditures by Government shall be published monthly;

No tax shall be laid on incomes, capital gains, inheritances, property or gifts;

No monies shall be borrowed at any time, Government shall live within its means;

No bill of attainer or ex post facto Law shall be passed;

No Law shall regulate or prohibit any activity that is confined within a single constituent entity;

No Law shall be made, which shall imperil the Rights of the constituent entities to decide their own Laws of immigration, residence and naturalisation;

No bill shall deal with more then one subject, and each bill shall be concise and easy to read and understand;

No Law shall grant copyrights or patents, or recognise their legitimacy.




Executive power is vested in the High Council, which shall consist of five High Councillors. They shall hold their offices during good behaviour and be elected as follows;

When a High Councillor resigns, dies or is removed for cause by the General Assembly, each House of the General Assembly shall appoint, in such manner as they choose, twelve electors each from among their number. The chosen twenty four members of the the General Assembly shall be joined by the five members of the Tribune and together they shall choose a High Councillor.

The chosen High Councillor may be any man of good repute, who is at least forty years old, and he may serve until he may resign, retire, die or be removed for cause by the General Assembly.

The decisions of the High Council shall be taken collectively.

The members of the High Council at all times shall be responsible both individually and collectively to the General Assembly.


The High Council shall have power;

To make Treaties, provided that two thirds of each House of the General Assembly concur;

To appoint a Commander in Chief of the armed forces when the situation necessitates it;

To implement the Law as defined in this Constitution;

To implement legislation enacted by the General Assembly;

To propose and recommend legislation for enactment by the General Assembly;

To nominate, and with the approval of the General Assembly, appoint Censors and establish an office of Censorship;

To convene the General Assembly in special sessions when necessary;

To supervise the Civil Service;

To nominate, and with the advice and consent of the General Assembly, to appoint ambassadors, ministers, Judges and all other officers of the Commonwealth, whose appointments are not provided for in this Constitution, and which shall be established by Law, but the General Assembly may vest the appointment of such inferior officers, as they think proper, in the High Council, the Courts, or in the ministers.

To remove from office any ambassador, minister, and other officers of the Commonwealth, in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution and as specified in measures enacted by the General Assembly;

To prepare and submit annually to the General Assembly a comprehensive budget for the operations of the Government;

To define and propose priorities for legislation and budgetary allocations;

To be held accountable to the General Assembly for the expenditures of appropriations made by the General Assembly in accordance with approved budgets, subject to revisions approved by the General Assembly;

To fill up all vacancies that may happen during the recess of the General Assembly, by granting commissions which shall expire at the end of their next session;

Each High Councillor shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offences against the Commonwealth, except in cases of treason and impeachment;

Each High Councillor shall have power to knight other men for acts of greatness, courage, valour, piety or daring. Other titles, honours and awards as may be established, shall likewise be the gift of each individual High Councillor.


Members of the High Council may be removed for cause, either individually or collectively, by a two thirds majority vote in each House of the General Assembly.


The High Council shall not at any time alter, suspend, abridge, infringe or otherwise violate any provision of this Constitution or any legislation or Law enacted or approved by the General Assembly in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution;

The High Council may not act contrary to the decisions of the Courts;

The High Council shall be bound to faithfully execute all legislation passed by the General Assembly in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution, and may not impound or refuse to spend funds appropriated by the General Assembly, nor spend more funds than are appropriated by the General Assembly;

The High Council may not create, establish or maintain any administrative or Executive ministry or agency for the purpose of circumventing control by the General Assembly;

The High Council may not transcend or contradict the decisions of controls of the General Assembly, the Supreme Court or the provisions of this Constitution by any device of executive order of privilege, or emergency declaration or decree.




The judicial power of the Commonwealth shall be vested in one Supreme Court and in such Courts as the General Assembly may ordain and establish.


The Supreme Court, together with such regional and district Courts as may be established, shall have mandatory jurisdiction in all cases, actions, disputes, conflicts, violations of Law, civil suits, guarantees of civil and Human Rights, Constitutional interpretations and other litigations in Law, arising under the provisions of this Constitution, the Laws of the Commonwealth, Treaties made, or which shall be made, to all cases affecting ambassadors, ministers, to all cases of admiralty and to controversies to which this Commonwealth shall be a party.


In all cases affecting ambassadors, ministers and those in which a constituent entity shall be a party, the Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction. In all other cases before mentioned, they shall have appellate jurisdiction, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the General Assembly shall make.


The benches of the Supreme Court and their respective jurisdictions shall be as follows;

BENCH FOR HUMAN RIGHTS; To deal with issues of Human rights arising under the guarantee of Civil and Human Rights provided by this Constitution, and arising otherwise under legislation and the body of Law approved by the General Assembly;

BENCH FOR CRIMINAL CASES; To deal with issues arising from the violation of Laws and legislation by individuals, corporations, groups and associations, but not issues primarily concerned with Human Rights;

BENCH FOR CIVIL CASES; To deal with issues involving Civil Law suits and disputes between individuals, corporations, groups and associations arising under legislation and Law and the administration thereof;

BENCH FOR CONSTITUTIONAL CASES; To deal with the interpretation of this Constitution and with issues and actions arising in connection with the interpretation of this Constitution;

BENCH FOR INTER-COMMUNAL CONFLICTS; To deal with disputes, conflicts and legal contest arising between or among the constituent entities of the Commonwealth;

BENCH FOR PUBLIC CASES; To deal with issues not under the jurisdiction of another bench arising from conflicts, disputes, civil suits or other legal contests between the Government and corporations, groups or individuals, or between the governments of constituent entities and corporations, groups or individuals in cases involving legislation and Law;

APPELLATE BENCH; To deal with issues involving legislation and Law which may be appealed from the Courts of constituent entities; and to decide which bench to assign a case, action or litigation when a question or disagreement arises over the proper jurisdiction;

ADVISORY BENCH; To give opinions upon request on any legal question arising under Law or legislation, exclusive of contests or actions involving the interpretation of this Constitution. Advisory opinions may be requested by either House or any committee of the General Assembly, any High Councillor, any minister, the Attorney General, Solicitor General, the Tribune, or by any agency of the Government;

Other benches may be established, combined or terminated upon the recommendation of the College of Judges, with the approval of the General Assembly; but benches number one through eight may not be combined, nor terminated except by amendment to this Constitution.


A College of Judges shall be established. The College shall consist of a minimum of twenty four member Judges and may be expanded as needed, but not to exceed sixty members;

The Judges to compose the College, shall be nominated by the High Council and shall be elected by plurality vote of the General Assembly. The High Council shall nominate three times the number of Judges to be elected at any one time;

The terms of office for a Judge shall be twenty years, except that the terms for the initial membership shall be staggered by lot with one forth of it ceasing from office and being replaced every fifth year. Successive terms may not be served;

The College of Judges shall elect a Presiding Council, which shall consist of a Chief Justice and four Associate Chief Justices. Members of the Presiding Council shall serve five year terms and may serve two successive terms, but not two successive terms as Chief Justice;

The Presiding Council shall assign all Judges, including themselves, to the several benches of the Supreme Court. Each bench shall have a minimum of three Judges;

The numbers of Judges of each bench shall choose annually a Presiding Judge, who may serve successive terms;

The members of the several benches may be reconstituted from time to time as may seem desirable or necessary upon the decision of the Presiding Council. Any decision to re-constitute a bench shall be referred to a vote of the entire College of Judges by request of any Judge;

Any Judge may be removed from office for cause by a two thirds majority vote of each House of the General Assembly;

If a Supreme Court Judge, resigns, dies or is removed for cause before his term has expired, the High Council shall nominate three possible replacements, from which the General Assembly shall elect one by majority vote of each House. This Judge shall only serve the remainder of the term of the Judge he shall replace.

Qualifications for Judges of the Supreme Court shall be at least ten years of legal or juristic experience, minimum age of thirty years and evident competence in Law and the Humanities;

The salaries, expenses, remunerations and prerogatives of the Judges shall be issued by the General Assembly, but shall not be changed to the disadvantage of any Judge during a term of office. All members of the College of Judges shall receive the same salaries, except that additional compensation may be given to the members of the Presiding Council;

Upon recommendation by the College of Judges, the General Assembly shall have the authority to establish regional and district Courts below the Supreme Court, and to establish the jurisdiction thereof, and the procedures for appeal to the Supreme court or to the several branches thereof;

The rules of procedure for the functioning of the Supreme Court, the College of Judges and for each bench of the Supreme Court, shall be decided and amended by the College of Judges.


Decisions of the Supreme Court shall be binding on all parties involved in all cases, actions and litigations brought before any bench of the Supreme Court for settlement. Each bench of the Supreme Court shall constitute a Court of highest appeal.




The functions and powers of the Tribunes, as public defenders, shall include the following:

To protect the People against violations or neglect of their Human and Civil Rights which are stipulated in this Constitution;

To protect the People against violations of this Constitution by any official or agency of the Government, including both elected and appointed officials or public employees regardless of institution, ministry, office, agency or rank;

To ascertain that the administration of otherwise proper Laws, ordinances and procedures of the Government do not result in unforeseen injustices, or become stultified in bureaucracy or the details of administration;

To receive and hear complaints, grievances or requests for aid from any person, group, organisation, association or agency concerning any matter which comes within the purview of the Tribune;

To request the Office of the Attorney General or any Attorney General of any constituent entity, to initiate Legal actions or Court proceedings whenever and wherever considered necessary or desirable in the view of the Tribunes;

To directly initiate Legal actions and Court proceedings whenever the Tribunes deems necessary;

To review the functioning of the ministries, offices, commissions, institutions and agencies of the Government to ascertain whether the procedures of the Government are adequately fulfilling their purposes and serving the welfare of the people in optimum fashion, and to make recommendations for improvements;

To present an annual report to the General Assembly and to the High Council on the activities of the Tribunes, together with any recommendations for legislative measures to improve the functioning of the Government for the purpose of better serving the welfare of the People;


The Tribune shall consist of five members, one of whom shall be designated as Principle Tribune, while the other four shall each be designated as an Associate Tribune;

Members to compose the Tribune shall be chosen by lot from all the eligible voters of the Commonwealth. When one is selected by lot, he shall be offered the office of Tribune, if he shall refuse, another man shall be chosen by lot until all positions are taken;

The term of office for a Tribune shall be ten years;

The position of Principle Tribune shall be rotated every two years. The order of rotation shall be determined by the Tribunes;

The salaries, expenses, remunerations and prerogatives of the Tribunes shall be issued by the General Assembly, but shall not be changed to the disadvantage of any Tribune during a term of office. All members of the Tribune shall receive the same salaries, except that additional compensation may be given to Principle Tribune;

Any Tribune may be removed from office for cause by the General Assembly.




The Civil Service shall be organised to carry out the administration and implementation of legislation and Law;

The Civil Service shall be under the direction of the High Council, and shall at all times be responsible to them;

The Civil Service shall be organised so as to give professional continuity to the work of administration and implementation.


The Civil Service shall be composed of professionally organised ministries and other agencies in all areas of activity requiring continuity of administration and implementation by the Government;

Each ministry or major agency of the Government shall have as Chief of Staff a senior civil servant, who shall assist the minister and supervise the work of the ministry or agency;

Each senior civil servant shall be nominated by the minister of the particular ministry or agency and shall be confirmed by the High Council;

There shall be a Secretary General of the Civil Service, who shall be nominated by the High Council and confirmed by the General Assembly;

The functions and responsibilities of the Secretary General of the Civil Service shall be to assist in co-ordinating the work of the senior civil servants of the several ministries and agencies of the Civil Service. The Secretary General shall at all times be subject to the direction of, and directly responsible to, the High Council.


The employment of any senior civil servant and of the Secretary General may be terminated for cause by the High Council.

Each minister shall provide continuous liaison between the particular ministry or agency and the General Assembly. He shall respond to any questions or requests for information from the General Assembly, including committees of either House, and shall prepare an annual report for the particular ministry of Agency, to be submitted both to the High Council and to the General Assembly;

The High Council, in co-operation with the particular ministers in each case, shall be responsible for the original organisation of each of the ministries and major agencies of the Government.

The assignment of legislative measures, Constitutional provisions and areas of Law to particular ministries and agencies for administration and implementation shall be done by the High Council, unless specifically provided for in legislation passed by the General Assembly;

The High Council, may propose the creation of other ministries and agencies to have ministerial status; and may propose the alteration, combination or termination of existing ministries and agencies of ministerial status as may seem necessary or desirable. Any such creation, alteration, combination or termination shall require the approval of the General Assembly;

The General Assembly may specify the creation of new ministries or agencies of ministerial status, or may direct the High Council to alter, combine or terminate existing ministries or agencies of ministerial status.




Five Commonwealth Cities shall be established, for the purpose of locating the General Assembly, the High Council, the Supreme Court, the Tribune, the Secretariat and also the ministries, administrative departments, offices, commissions, agencies and other parts of the Government;

The location and administration of the Commonwealth Cities shall be determined by the High Council and General Assembly;

The primary seats of all institutions of Government shall be located in these Commonwealth Cities;


Choices for location of the five Commonwealth Cities shall be proposed by the High Council and then shall be decided by a simple majority vote of the General Assembly. The High Council shall offer choices of two or three locations for each of the five Commonwealth Cities;

Each institution of Government shall decide how best to apportion and organise its functions and activities among the five Commonwealth Cities, subject to specific directions from the General Assembly;

The General Assembly may decide to rotate its sessions among the five Commonwealth Cities, and if so, to decide the procedure for rotation;

Any Commonwealth City may be relocated by a two thirds vote of both Houses of the General Assembly.




Full faith and credit shall be given in each constituent entity to the public acts, records and judicial proceedings of every other constituent entity and the General Assembly may prescribe by legislation, the manner in which such acts, records and proceedings shall be proved and the effect thereof.


Each constituent entity is independent and sovereign. It shall retain all freedoms, powers, jurisdictions, Rights and privileges not expressly delegated to the Commonwealth. Each constituent entity has the right of secession from the Commonwealth at any time and for any reason, providing the People of that constituent entity have consented in a referendum, which shall require two thirds approval.


Anyone charged in any constituent entity with any crime, who shall flee from justice, and be found in another constituent entity, shall be removed to that place with jurisdiction of that crime, on the demand of the Executive authority of that place from which he fled.


New constituent entities may be admitted into this Commonwealth; but no new constituent entity shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any other constituent entity; nor any constituent entity be formed by the joining of two or more constituent entities, or parts of constituent entities, without the consent of the people, legislatures and Executives of the constituent entities concerned.


The Commonwealth shall respect and guarantee in Law, the autonomy of the constituent entities;

The Commonwealth shall assure all possible discretion to the member constituent entities, to determine their internal political systems and to organise their own affairs, taking into account their particularities;

The principle of subsidiarity shall guide the allocation and performance of all tasks;

Each constituent entity shall have power to establish, issue and regulate its own currency, credit and exchange;

Each constituent entity shall have the right to control the rules of immigration, residence and naturalisation to non constituent entity citizens. All constituent entities and the People thereof, shall have the right to seek the self preservation of their identity, ethnicity, language and culture. No Commonwealth Law may imperil this Right;

Commonwealth Law shall be implemented by the constituent entities in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution and Commonwealth legislation, Commonwealth Law shall take precedence over the laws of constituent entities;

The constituent entities shall be consulted by the Commonwealth Government on policy decisions that may affect their powers or their essential interests;

The constituent entities, between themselves, may authorise organisations or institutions, by Treaty or agreement, to issue legislative provisions implementing a Treaty or agreement;

Treaties and agreements between constituent entities must not be contrary to Law, to the interests of the Commonwealth or to the Rights of other constituent entities. The Commonwealth must be notified of such Treaties and agreements;

The Commonwealth Government may participate in such organisations and institutions within the scope of its powers, but only at the request of the constituent entities concerned;

Constituent entities may designate official languages, however, they must consider linguistic minorities;

Constituent entities may be known or referred to as states, cantons, counties, shires, provinces, communities, regions or any other name, and my be known or referred to in other languages.


Each constituent entity shall organise a militia, which shall, if necessary enforce the laws of that constituent entity, or assist in times of calamity or crisis to prevent public disorder;

Militias shall be the primary unit of defence for the Commonwealth, and, if necessary, shall be called on by the Commonwealth to enforce Commonwealth Law, suppress insurrections and repel invasions;

Every man must render military service as part of a militia, the Law may provide for an alternative service. Any man who renders neither military nor alternative service will owe a tax, which shall be levied by the Commonwealth Government and be collected by the constituent entity;

Constituent entities shall provide for organising, training, arming, governing and disciplining the militia when they are not in Commonwealth service. Constituent entities shall also appoint all officers of the militia.


No constituent entity shall pass any bill of attainer, ex post facto law, or Law impairing the obligation of contracts;

No constituent entity shall lay any impost or duty on imports or exports;

No constituent entity shall prepare for war in time of peace, enter into any agreement with a foreign power or engage in war, except in the repelling of an immediate invasion or attack;

No constituent entity shall contract a debt on the credit of their taxpayers;

No constituent entity shall lay a tax on incomes, capital gains, inheritances, property or gifts.

Section VIII

The Commonwealth shall guarantee to each constituent entity, protection against invasion; the Commonwealth shall also, be entitled to restore order within any constituent entity, if the assembly, the people or the Executive thereof, so request.




Those areas which are not under the jurisdiction of existing constituent entities at the time of the forming the Commonwealth, shall be designated as a territory;


The administration of territories shall be determined by the General Assembly and implemented by the High Council and shall apply to the following areas;

All and any lands, islands or atolls which are unclaimed and unused

All oceans and seas, together with the seabeds, beginning at a distance of twelve miles offshore, excluding inland seas;

The atmosphere, beginning at an elevation of one half of a mile above the general surface of the land;

Settlements and areas which may choose the status of territory.




This Constitution shall be transmitted to the People for final ratification, which shall be accomplished by a simple majority of votes cast in a popular referendum, providing that a minimum of fifty percent of eligible voters have cast ballots.


Amendments to this Constitution may be proposed for consideration in three ways:

By a simple majority vote of either House of the General Assembly;

By petitions signed by one fifth of all eligible voters;

By request of one third of constituent entities, by the Executive or legislature thereof;


If one of the above conditions has been satisfied, a convention shall be called, where amendments to this Constitution shall be proposed, debated and discussed. Representatives of each constituent entity, members of the General Assembly, the Supreme Court, the High Council and Tribune shall be in attendance. Passage of any amendment shall require an absolute two thirds majority of each House of the General Assembly, the assent of two-thirds of the constituent entities, and a majority of the People in a popular referendum. All amendments so passed, shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of this Constitution; provided that no amendment which shall in any manner affect the privileges and powers of the constituent entities is passed without unanimous support of the constituent entities.


Ten years after the first sitting of the General Assembly, and every thirty years thereafter, representatives of the constituent entities, members of the General Assembly, the Supreme Court, the High Council and Tribune shall meet in special session comprising a Constitutional convention to conduct a review of this Constitution to consider and propose possible amendments, which shall then require action as specified in Section III of this Article, for passage.




This Constitution, as well as the Laws of the Commonwealth which shall be made in accordance with it and all Treaties made under its authority, shall be the supreme Law of the land; and everyone shall be bound thereby;


Except by following the amendments procedures herein, no part of this Constitution may be set aside, suspended or subverted, neither for emergencies nor caprice nor convenience.


Every man who shall be elected, appointed or chosen by lot to fill any office, or any civil servant, shall, before they take up that office, be required to take an oath or affirmation, it shall be as follows:

‘I, name, do solemnly swear/affirm that I shall, to the utmost of my power maintain the Laws of God and uphold the Constitution against all enemies, and that I shall bear true allegiance to the same. I take this obligation freely, and will faithfully discharge the duties of office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.’




The enumeration of certain Rights and Liberties, shall not be construed to deny others retained by the people.


The powers not delegated to the Commonwealth Government, nor prohibited, are reserved to the constituent entities or to the People.


Wherefore it is willed, and firmly enjoined, that all men in the Commonwealth have and hold all the aforesaid Liberties, Rights, Guarantees and Concessions, well and peacefully, freely and quietly, fully and wholly, for themselves and their heirs, in all respects and in all places forever.



I have added a few new links, one’s I’ve had bookmarked for a while, there are a few everyone should read, the first is an interesting site called ‘The Modern Fascist’, it is a new blog and is apparently written by an 18-year-old American. I’m amazed that anyone is brave enough and smart enough to have the gall to call themselves a ‘fascist’, especially in America. Another very interesting read is ‘In This Age of Plenty’, a work by a Catholic Quebecer on the theory of Social Credit, I would be interested if anyone has an opinion on it, as I’m still working my way through the theory and trying to grasp how it could work.

Another interesting read is a book which I’ve entitled ‘White Australia Policy’ which is actually a long chapter from a book called ‘Connected Worlds’ written by an opponent of white self-rule, but he does do a good job of explaining the various experiments of white societies, trying to stay white in the face of a ‘rising tide of colour’, there are also chapters on South Africa, Rhodesia and the American South, which are just as interesting.

It is, I suppose a depressing read in some ways, to think of all the defeats and no victories we have had in the last century, but, it needs to be done!

If you have not yet had a peek at ‘The Fall of the Russian Empire’, it is also worth reading, the writer makes an interesting point that it was a spiritual failing in Russia that led to the conditions in which the Russian people stood by whilst their Emperor was deposed, imprisoned and then murdered, and that the Imperial family, were a symbol of the future that lay in store for the Russian people.

In the Art, Design and Architecture section, you may want to check out ‘Utopia’, people like Vanishing American would probably appreciate it, lots of beautiful old paintings and pictures of lost times. ‘Paris 1900’ is along a similar vein.

A blog I have enjoyed, despite not wanting to, is ‘Eternal Bachelor’, it is written by a fellow in London, from what I can surmise, he does not have much of a warm spot for women, and would not be what you would call a feminist! He uses some strong language, and I must actually admit it can sometimes be quite sad to see a man so jaded with feminism that he hates all women. But that is another of the curses of our times, our women turn on us as well as our enemies!

I also have an older link, ‘Magna Grece’, which is mainly concerned with Southern Italy before the Risorgimento which overthrew the ancient kingdoms of Naples and Sicily, it is written by a scholarly fellow and I have learned much from him, so please take a look.

Also, just for your edification, in the language section, there are a few good and free language sites, I have spent the summer brushing up on my French, German and Russian and it is actually very effective, especially with my French and German, I find Russian very difficult, and have only been studying it for the last two years, so it has not been as useful with that! So if you know a little French, German or another language, try it out, you can take it as fast or as slow as you wish, and it is definitely worth having another language.

Also, just for fun, I included ‘Thor Steinar’, a clothes company that apparently antifas don’t like because they accuse it of being a NAZI shop! It does seem that it was set up by a nationalist and that nationalists do shop there, but in reality it is not really that blatant, I just want a few people to buy some stuff to annoy the lefties!

Establishment of the Left

‘What were fifty years ago the three most prominent non-leftist institutions in the world—the Roman Catholic Church, the United States of America, and the British monarchy—are now explicitly in the service of the left. And the conservative movement itself is now explicitly in the service of the left.’


The only thing I would haggle with is the idea that the United States was ever a ‘conservative’ institution. America has been a revolutionary state for most of its existence, being held back only by the Christian faith of the South, and after 1865, until Bolshevik Russia appeared, America was the trend setter in progressive thought and action, perhaps the only other radical state would have been republican France. It’s odd that America is in hindsight regarded as ‘conservative’! That is only a modern idea, I think, I wouldn’t think British, Russian, German or Austrian aristocrats would have considered America conservative in 1910.

But the main argument made by Lawrence Auster is correct, Every surviving institution from the ‘old days’ is an instrument of the left, and for conservatives that is a problem. Being conservatives, we naturally wish to see the continuance of that which is tried and tested, but, the values that these institutions now push, are the values of our enemies, so do we reject these institutions?

The universities, which used to send reliable Tory MPs to parliament, were pillars of the old order, and are now a part of the new order. Do we reject the universities? Do we set up our own? I do like the thought of setting up an online university, as is already happening, this could be used to begin new universities, or could be kept online.

The Army in Britain and now the US seem to be completely co-opted into the new order as well, I’m sure individuals can be conservative, but if you wish to climb the ladder of promotion, you need to brown nose and proclaim one’s fealty to the negro and paki. It is the same in the police forces, they are no longer on our side, they are the instruments of the enemy.

Is there any institution that has not been co-opted?

The churches have been taken over, the schools, the media is obviously in their hands, the Monarchy is a puppet, that regularly parrots the multi cult line, all of our institutions and constitutions have failed us and have been and will continue to be used against us.

I fear the only way to fight these things, will result in the abolition of everything we are familiar with. But I suppose that is exactly what a few long-term thinkers amongst our enemies were thinking.

The Foundation of Human Freedom

I believe that each of us must be committed to the preservation of Human diversity. I cherish not only the value of every form of life in what we call biodiversity, but also in the diversity of Mankind. I believe that every people has the right to preserve their expression of Humanity, its heritage and culture. That every people on earth has the right rule themselves and the right to be free and independent.

Human freedom is the principle that all peoples must be free to be different. Humanity is not one, it is many. Destroying the variety, diversity and freedom of a diverse Humanity is a destruction of Humanity itself. And not recognizing the inborn urge of every people to express their essence in their own forms of art, music, culture, religion, societal structure and government, leads to Human conflict and often to violence and Human suffering on a horrific scale.

Much of the world’s conflict is not because peoples and cultures are different, it is that they are not allowed to be different, because Globalists and imperialists seek to expand their empires. They want to control the resources and economy of other nations and real Human diversity, freedom and independence stand in the way of that.

Human Diversity is natural

Human life is expressed in a multitude of diverse peoples created by geographic and social adaption over the course of thousands of years. Whether we celebrate Human diversity as the handiwork of Nature or in a religious sense as the creation of God, we celebrate the rich tapestry of different peoples and cultures across the Earth.

We believe that every people and culture has the right to preserve its unique expression of Humanity, that every people has the right to maintain and enrich its unique culture, to nurture its particular expressions of art, music, literature, philosophies, architecture, religion, diet, traditions and values that make every people unique and add beauty and possibility for Mankind.

We believe that every people has the right to be politically free and independent, and not be ruled over or exploited by any other people or nation. And we reject the Globalist power that seeks to destroy the independence and freedom of every people and destroy Human diversity.

Every people must have the right to self preservation and freedom

We believe that every free people has the right to live in a harmonious society created in its own image, its own nature and spirit.

For example, the people of Tibet have the Human right to live in a society oriented to the heritage, culture and tradition of that nation, as should all peoples. Today the Tibetan people are threatened by massive non-Tibetan immigration forced by an imperial power meant to marginalize the heritage and culture of Tibetan people in their own homeland. The loss of the unique people and culture of Tibet is a horrific loss for them and truly a loss for all of Humanity. What is true for Tibet and the Tibetan people is true for every people on Earth. We believe that the people of Tibet and every nation have the right to defend their borders, and an inherent Human right to preserve its unique ethnic and cultural character, and its freedom and independence.

Nations more similar in their cultural, ethnic, religious and social traditions are tend to be far more harmonious that those wracked with internal cultural, ethnic or religious divisions.

We also affirm that states with significant ethnic and cultural minorities tend to be more happy, peaceful and cooperative when each group has the freedom to an autonomy that makes each group feel more at home in society.

If one looks honestly at the world, he quickly recognizes that the greatest source of civil conflict, hatreds, wars, genocide and other horrific Human rights violations comes from ethnic conflict, often accompanied by religious conflict. And when that happens it is like putting a fuse into dynamite.

It is a truism that if you want to reduce ethnic conflict, you must endeavor to give every people the Human right to live and to create society and community in its own values and, that every group respect the right of every other group to do this.

We believe that these endemic conflicts are rooted in supra-national states and globalist denial of the reality of Human diversity and denial of the natural Human desire of people to live in a society reflecting their own heritage, traditions, culture and values. One size does not fit all.

Instead of recognizing this reality, the globalists and empire builders seek to destroy the distinctions of Humanity so they will become more compliant to their control and exploitation. Instead of accepting the reality of Human nature and truly the diversity of all life, including Human life, the globalists continue to promote destructive policies that destroy the harmony of traditional societies and historical character of nations.

Massive immigration of diverse peoples into another people’s living space produces conflict not harmony

We believe that massive forced immigration of non-indigenous people into other people’s lands is almost always against the will of the indigenous people.

And this leads to civil repression, conflict, hatreds, violence. One does not have to look much further than the Palestinian Nakba, or the massive immigration into Tibet as examples of this universal truth, but this reality is just as true in Europe and other areas of the world that have undergone massive immigration into it regions and nation states.

Look at the riots and deep social unrest and conflict that have befallen traditional harmonious societies that have experienced massive, unwanted immigration.

A world of independent cultures is true diversity and freedom.

A multicultural state does not contribute to Human diversity. It does not contribute to Human happiness, peace and harmony. It more often than not lessens Human love and Human rights.

Just as in the natural world every life form needs its own living space, and needs the preservation of its own ecosystem to survive and flourish, so it is true for every people of Humanity.

Every people needs a living space and eco-cultural system in which it can thrive. Ignoring this reality leads to conflict. Diverse Human peoples and cultures and religions competing in a limited living space is the greatest single cause of civil war and crimes against Humanity.

United Nations studies show ethnic, cultural and religious conflicts within nations are the primary engines of civil conflict and war which takes an enormous toll in Human suffering, numbering hundreds of millions of dead, injured, and dispossessed Human beings.

This urge to diversity has always been in Mankind, and always will be.

In fact, with the rise of the idea that people have the right to be free, ethnic conflict is increasing as the imperial states created by conquest can no longer repress the desire of diverse people for their freedom and ethnic expression.

Nations whose rulers have established immigration policies ignoring Human differences are increasingly divided and conflicted.

Trying to change the natural urge toward freedom is like screaming against the tide

The global elite in government and media which has a huge stake in trying to regiment the world’s populations, tell us we are all the same and they endeavor to destroy every unique culture and Human expression .

They attempt to change Human nature, but history and an increasingly conflicted world show that this is like screaming against the tide.

Better to recognize Human nature, and within that context support national and regional freedom that lessons conflict and supports mutual respect.

It is time to teach the new ethic that recognizes the Human right of every people to exist and thrive. However, those who seek their own people’s freedom must understand that these rights must be afforded to every people. And any effort toward this worthy goal must be in the spirit of not destroying the rights of others and to peaceful resolution of the conflicts.

It is far better to recognize these realities and inherent desires of Humanity and avoid as much Human conflict as possible, than to try to destroy Human distinctions in pursuit of imperialist empire or globalist regimentation and conformity. Even if the destruction of people’s is based on a utopian vision, because it goes against basic human nature it ultimately leads not to a dreamed of peace and love between people but to conflict and hate.

Attempts to control, exploit or harm any people is a crime

We must condemn violence and the harming or destruction of any people. We must adopt a clear Human ethic that attempts to control or exploit any other nation or people is a crime against Humanity.

We support Human freedom and we support Human diversity and we support the right of every people to have their own nation or society, but we do not support supremacism, control or repression of any other people. Efforts to control or exploit is a crime against Humanity.

As a person of European descent I see that much of the repressive globalism damaging the world originates in mostly European peopled nations that are today called the West. I see that this globalism not only damages and harms the world’s diversity of peoples but that it harms my own people. And I have learned that we must not allow this exploitation of our own heritage and be just as committed to the well being of all of humanity.

This is a life-changing lesson that I have learned in my own life. As a very young man I joined a non-violent Klan organization in my community. Like so many young people across the world, I longed to identify with my own people, to defend the heritage that I love and that I believed was threatened.

But still as a young man I left the organization because I came to realize I have no moral right to speak about Human rights for my own people unless I embrace the idea of the same Human rights for every people, and further, that we must be committed to securing Human rights, not with war, not with violence, not with Human suppression but the power of human ideas and ideals.

I believe that the vast majority of the earth’s people believe in the principles I set forth here. In my own life I further realized that other peoples have the same the desires for their own people’s heritage and rights that I have for mine.

I realize fully that only in a context of genuine commitment to respect the rights and freedoms of all Humanity, can one morally campaign for your own people’s fundamental rights.

Defending the Diversity of Humanity is a defense of Humanity itself

There is nothing wrong with a people defending their own rights and heritage. In fact defending and preserving the diversity of Humanity is defense of Humanity itself.

But, it must come with a genuine concern for the rights and heritage of all.

In that context and only with that understanding, can we move toward peaceful resolutions of social, religious and ethnic conflicts and at the same time preserve our own heritage and the diversity and freedom of Humanity.

Nations that have an overwhelmingly unifying heritage, culture, religious and social tradition have the right to preserve their expression of Humanity and their societal harmony.

It is a crime to destroy those values in pursuit of so-called multiculturalism. And if one wants to see where massive immigration of alien peoples, cultures and religions lead, just look to what happened in the war-ravaged now dismembered nation once called Yugoslavia, look to the cultural and ethnic genocide in Tibet, look to the tribal and religious conflicts in many nations of the Mideast.

Group differences run deep. Even though the Muslim Qur’an repeatedly teaches Muslim unity, still some extremist elements of Shiites and Sunnis blow up the children of each other in the other’s holy places of worship. Nor did the admonitions of Jesus Christ against violence and for love and reconciliation stop Irish Catholics and Scottish-derived Protestants from a cascade of violence that has lead to the death of countless innocents.

Although we understand the historical motives of mass immigration of one people into another people’s lands, we must not continue to repeat those mistakes in the modern world and create more divided and strife-torn communities, regions and nations.

Models of self rule and societal harmony

And just as a majority has the Human right to live in a social fabric in harmony with its history and values, so minorities must be accorded their Human right to have their own communities or regions that reflect their own essence, or helped to migrate to a sovereign region of compatriots.

This is Human freedom and this is Human rights on the most fundamental level. Those nations with significant minorities of diverse people should strive toward recognizing their desire for freedom and self expression.

Autonomy within nations, such as the German language speaking South Tyrol region of North Italy and the Italian, French and German-speaking Cantons of Switzerland offer models of how recognition of differences in language, heritage, ethnicity and a liberal degree of autonomy can lead to a more peaceful national fabric.

Nation states that seek imperial power through the conquering and subjection of other peoples are now coming apart at the seams because of the inherent will to freedom and identity that grow in suppressed people.

Even European nations divided by slight differences in history, identity, genetics and culture, seek this freedom. The artificially created nation of Czechoslovakia was composed of Czechs and Slovaks held together by 50 years of intense totalitarian physical suppression, propaganda and conditioning.

When the communist tyranny collapsed they used their new freedom to create the independent states of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic.

They did this with mutual respect and not war, and without horrific crimes against Humanity.

Contrast that to the artificially created state of Yugoslavia created in name of empire, and then held together under a ruthless authoritarian regime. When Communism fell, people wedded to old ideas of empire tried desperately to hold on to control over vast areas of diverse peoples. As a result, a long war and brutality and massive crimes against Humanity occurred on both sides of the conflict.

How much better if all parties in the conflict had embraced the ethic that all people have a right to self rule and self expression in their own regions. Take for example two of the many peoples trapped in the old Yugoslavia, the Serbians and the Croatians. Even though Serbians may have dominated the government of Yugoslavia, to effectively control other peoples such a totalitarian state must suppress the natural differences in people and force a regimentation and conformity.

So even the Serbian people lost some of their unique identity as well as the other peoples over whom they ruled. People now warmly embrace the right of Serbians and Croatians to be themselves and rule themselves.

Globalism is a continuation of Yugoslavian totalitarianism on a global scale

Ironically, the Serbians and the Croatians and indeed all of us, face globalist tyrants demanding to control the economy of Serbia and Croatia, their currencies, controlled by New York and London rather than by their own people, and increasingly they are subject to a media controlled by Hollywood and New York rather than the spirit of their own traditional heritage and values.

And in the height of insanity, the Globalists are eyeing mass immigration into both Serbia and Croatia of massive numbers of non-European immigrants who are far more fundamentally different than Serbs and Croats. A prescription for future Human conflict.

The rights of both majorities and minorities

There are many harmonious nations on earth that are overwhelmingly of one primary heritage, with only minor differences among their inhabitants.

But, nations corrupted by the globalist power and media elite, and propagandized that Humanity is one and not many go against the people’s will and usher in massive immigration of an alien population.

This process is almost always against the democratic will of the nation’s inhabitants as history repeatedly shows. And then as the numbers increase and societal differences and conflicts and discord increase, the globalists resort to the old totalitarian tactics of suppressing free speech, free association, and all kinds of Human liberty, even to the point of forbidding the public displays of the traditional culture of the vast majority.

A powerful example is how the American government has now made it illegal to display a Christian Christmas motif on public ground, even in an overwhelmingly Christian cultural nation. America supposedly created by e pluribus unum (out of the many, one) is now dominated by identity and ethnic politics.

The most powerful lobby in American politics by far is, for instance, the Jewish Lobby, comprised of an ethnic group of two percent of the American people but driven by ethnic and religious supremacism. Jewish organizations lead the fight in the destruction of Christian Christmas traditions.

The political landscape of America is dominated by special interest groups to which every politician must now bow, except of course the European American majority which must silently watch as its cultural traditions, such as Christmas are destroyed. Of course, it goes far beyond Christmas. Americans are experiencing increasing identity politics and division such as generated by massive illegal immigration.

The rights of small nations cannot be sacrificed

On the international level it must be recognized as a crime against Humanity for any imperial state to occupy another people’s lands for exploitation of its labor or resources. Where autonomy or independent regions are not possible, a degree of autonomy is certainly possible where significant groups in an area can have community institutions, schools and other structures oriented toward both their needs and their spirit.

It is time to stand for freedom for all peoples. It is time to stand up to Globalist destruction of biodiversity, destruction of Human diversity, destruction of the earth’s indigenous cultures, artistic expressions, lifestyles, traditions and independence.

Zionist Globalism is actually supremacism

The globalists seek the destruction of every unique expression of Humanity. They want to destroy the unique character of your people and every people on the earth.

They seek to destroy the Human diversity of the earth so they can more easily rule over all of us, and market the same brands of junk movies, media and music. They want you and all of us to consume the same junk food from a world agribusiness and media that advertises it, that not only destroys the planet’s ecosystems, but destroys your health and the health of hundreds of millions of people spawning epidemics of obesity, heart disease, diabetes and other ills.

They want to control the value of the currency in your pocket, and force you and your nation under a corrupt Zionist-controlled global banking system that exploits you and all of us and put whole nations and peoples as slaves in a perpetual debt.

They want to put you and all of us under a soulless, Globalist government that takes away your freedom and that of every people and every nation.

And these globalists want war, perpetual wars and conflicts in their attempts to expand their power over the earth and over all people.

They grow stronger by divide and conquer tactics, and they seek to stamp out Human diversity and seek to regiment all of Humanity to their New World Order all while the New York centered Globalist media supports Israel as a quote “Jewish State”, and supports Zionist control of the International Banks and the Globalist media. So in reality, Zionist-Driven Globalism is actually form of Jewish supremacism.

Globalism is Imperialism on a global level, and the greatest threat to human freedom, diversity and independence in all of world history.

Yes to Freedom, yes to Diversity and Independence

But, my dear friends all over the world, in my homeland of America and that of my brethren in Europe, but among all freedom loving people across the globe, millions of us say no to globalism.

We say yes to freedom, yes to Human diversity and independence.

We say no to globalist wars such as the Iraq War, the Afghanistan War, the planned war on Iran, horrific wars that are part of the Zionist, Globalist agenda.

We say no to the Zionist dominated Globalist media that spout the lies that fuel these wars.

We say yes to a free Internet and the freedom of people create their own media, literature, music and art forms. No longer will we drink the toxic poisons of the Globalist elite.

We say no to Globalism, yes to Human freedom, yes to Human diversity, yes to world of peace and prosperity.

We say yes to every people’s striving to preserve their way of life, their particular heritage, their particular expression of Humanity.

Whether we are Kurds, or Pakistanis, or Iranians or Palestinians. Whether we are Chinese, or Japanese, or Africans or Indians or of European heritage, we say no to globalism.

We say yes to Human Freedom and Global Diversity. We say yes to the peoples of our own nations and societies determining our destiny.

We say no to the Global corporations and huge imperial powers wiping out Human diversity in pursuit of their ungodly power. We say yes to preserving our heritage and our way of life, yes to our independence and freedom no matter who we are or where we live upon the earth.

We are Humanity. We are many.

Because we honor our own heritage and traditions, we honor every heritage and tradition.

Because we value our own freedom and independence we value the freedom and independence of every people on Earth.

Because we refuse to be economically exploited we pledge not to exploit others.

Just as most Europeans now want to preserve their own heritage and cultures, we refuse to support the Globalists who seek to use us to control and exploit other nations around the world.

Because we love peace, we refuse to support their Zionist-driven globalist wars.

A New Paradigm of Human Rights

This is a new affirmation of Human rights, a new paradigm. It is the Human freedom movement and it is found wherever there are free people who desire to preserve their heritage and freedom.

It is found where people yearn for Human societies allowed to be as naturally diverse as the biodiversity in Nature.

The Globalists have global economic, media political and military power. But we represent the true desires of Humanity for freedom.

We represent the natural desires of every majority population to want to preserve the character of their nation and people, and every minority population who seeks more freedom and autonomy in their own communities or regions.

Human Diversity, Freedom and Independence

We must resist rule of the Globalists over us with a Global coalition of mutually free peoples.

We are rising in every nation.

Our Paradigm for Human Freedom and Diversity is growing among people all over the world.

The Globalists cannot rule over us without our consent. They cannot defeat us if we rise in defense of Human freedom and diversity, not just for ourselves but as a new principle for all Mankind, good for all people on this planet.

The principles we stand for we hold, for our own people and for every people on the face the Earth.

This is the world I am committed to, the Humanity I am committed to, the nation in my own land that I am committed to.

I hope you join me in this quest for a new paradigm for Humanity, a new commitment to Human freedom and diversity.

Smallness Works

Well, it seems to help.

I believe that a part of our problems, whether they be economic, social or cultural stem from the prison that is the modern-day nation-state, where once we had a small and distant government rule over a small and lightly populated(by todays standards) polity, we now have a large and increasingly belligerent state, attempting to rule over millions, tens of millions and sometimes hundreds of millions of people, resulting in misrule, tyranny and increasing impoverishment.

It is a simplistic argument, I know, but hear me out. Is it at all possible that a ‘democracy’ like the United States can actually represent the will of 310 million people, in an area the size of Europe? Each representative in the Congress represents on average about half a million people, I’m not sure about you, but I don’t think it is even possible to meet half a million people in one lifetime, and even if it were, could anyone remember very many of them? Can an elected representative in the American Congress actually represent 500,000, as they would wish to be represented?

The senators, represent the states, so, the Alaskan senators, will represent about 600,000, a large number, the Californian senators will represent 35 million people. Now even if you think that there may be a possibility, however unlikely, that a representative can actually represent half a million people, can anyone, in their right mind say that someone can accurately represent 35 millions?

What about a world government? Some people seem keen on that, how many representatives would we have to a world Congress or Parliament or Assembly or whatever it might be called? One thousand? That would mean each representative would represent about seven million people, so we could increase the representatives to ten thousand, then what? Well we could all be represented, but how efficient would such an assembly be? Could there be a possibility of companies, pressure groups and others buying votes? Could it mean an ineffectual, pointless debating chamber that would quickly be overtaken in importance by the bureaucracy?

The European Union is an attempt to make things big, about 400 million people jammed together to form one state, well they are trying. The European Parliament is famous for its irrelevance, there are 736 MEPs(Members of the European Parliament) and there will be 750 MEPs at the next European elections, due to the expanding EU. Britain has 73 MEPs, Germany 99, Malta 5, France 74, Ireland 13.

Now, if for some reason, every MEP from Ireland, Malta and Britain voted against something which they believed would be harmful to them, say, banning English, they would be outvoted and their votes would mean nothing. In a world parliament, if every white nation joined together to prevent, lets say, compulsory compensation to third world states for colonialism, imperialism, apartheid, slavery and racism, what do you think the result would be?

Even democrats should be able to see this, democracy can’t, and won’t work as the state or nation becomes too large, the only form of government which works in a large nation or state is dictatorship, or at least authoritarian government. China is run by one party, Russia is a managed democracy, India is a corrupt democracy, Brazil is another corrupt democracy.

These places work, after a fashion, but they are not in any sense ‘democratic’ and nor should they be, democracy would cause chaos and lead to wholesale looting of one group or region, to placate the violent anger of another.

America is the odd one out, it resembles a managed democracy at the federal level, but at the local level can actually be very free, towns, townships and counties which are rural and white tend to be ably governed, even small states like Vermont, New Hampshire, North Dakota and other mid western and Rocky Mountain states seem to get along fine. It is when we look at the large states where problems arise, California, New York, Florida and Texas. Texas seems well run(I’m an outsider) but the diversity being allowed will kill that place too.

Small polities on the other hand seem more likely to be wealthier, healthier, happier and freer than the teeming empires of diversity and crime.

The first examples are the ones above, the small American states, they are reputedly some of the best places to live in the world. And then we have some small places in Europe;

The bailiwick of Sark, is about two square miles, it has its own government, and is very lightly taxed, no diversity(I’m sure someone will try to cure that soon), a pleasant landscape, and plenty of sea views. No poverty, no crime and no cars! only 600 people live here and their parliament, the Chief Pleas, has thirty members, meaning each person, not voter, each man woman and child has one member for every twenty of them. Now, is it possible to get to know your twenty electors? I think there is, and if three or four tell you how strongly they feel about something, do you think the representative will take notice?


The other Channel Islands are also small, rich, happy and free, Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney all have their own assemblies, elected by a few thousand people, who know each other and so can actually have an effect on their votes, and who can call them afterwards to have a cross word if necessary. None of them are in the EU, all have low taxes and good public services.

The Isle of Man is another good example of a successful small country, although it has a somewhat larger population then Sark, at 85,000 and is about 500 square miles. But it is small enough to be run well, for its own people. It has, the Manx say, the oldest parliament in the world, the Tynwald, which has 24 members, meaning that they represent about 3,500 people apiece. A massive electorate when compared to their Sark counterparts, but still a wee bit less than the half million that each American representative has. It still seems likely that each member of the House of Keys(the lower house in the Tynwald) will know a good part of his electorate, or at least be available to all of them, if they so wish. Man is rich, lightly taxed and again not in the EU. They also have a wonderful custom, where each year on Tynwald Day, they read aloud all the laws passed by their assembly over the last twelve months, in English and Manx. I imagine this may give the members pause for thought when a long and boring piece of legislation is passed, knowing they will have to stand at Tynwald hill and listen to it being read out out twice!

A Part of Man












Another interesting place is the Principality of Liechtenstein, it is a small place, that makes Switzerland look big. It is about 60 square miles and has 35,000 people. It is ruled by a prince whose family have held this fief for over 400 years, the people are rich and lightly taxed, the public services work, the streets are clean and it is not in the EU! Surprise surprise! This little place has had no experience of war since Napoleon and was the only place in Europe to give asylum to 500 Russian nationalists who fought against the Soviet Union in the Second World War, whilst larger more powerful states like the US and Britain happily handed over hundreds of thousands of poor souls who disappeared in Siberia.












San Marino, the worlds oldest republic, is a tiny little place in Italy with only 24,000 people, it is independent, and has been since St Marius established his monastery on Mont Titano in 301AD, it is not part of the EU, is rich, happy and free. It has no national debt, unlike neighbouring Italy, and has no ‘diversity’ to talk of. It is lightly taxed and has a constitution that can be traced back over 400 years.

San Marino

We have all heard of Monaco, another rich, free place ruled by a prince, and Andorra? A Co-Principality between Spain and France, which is also rich and free.

Gibraltar, a British colony on the south Spanish coast. Iceland a large country, but with a small population, only about 300,000. Luxembourg, the Faeroes and the Swiss Cantons, some of which are not much bigger than Liechtenstein.


All of these places have something in common, they are all small, all have small homogenous populations, all are wealthy, all have contented populations, all of them are well-governed and lightly taxed, all of them are free. Even the principalities, even here the people are freer then many of us who live in big ‘democratic’ states, which exposes the lie about monarchies being old-fashioned totalitarian states. Iceland was able to reject enslavement to the IMF due to its small size. A few thousand people converged on their parliament, which is about as big as a normal house, and threatened to burn it down if the parliament passed the act which would have enslaved them. This forced the government to put the issue to referendum which resulted in its rejection. Man, Sark, Alderney, Jersey and Guernsey are not completely independent, but this means very little in any real sense, they rule themselves for the most part, foreign policy and coinage being the only things they don’t have, and for small places like this, foreign policy doesn’t really mean all that much anyway. Politics in these places is extremely local, people don’t go into politics to make their fortune, or to lord it over anyone else, as who would be impressed that you are a member of the Chief Pleas or Colonial Assembly of Gibraltar?(Well I would, I would be fascinated) People don’t go into these assemblies to conquer the world, or change the world, only to have a say in how the local school is run, or to oppose licence changes for pubs, or to campaign for a road to be repaved. these are boring, irrelevant things to the entire world, except for the tiny corner where it does matter. In short, those who lust after power, leave these places for pastures new, leaving these little pieces of well-governed earth, to remain the same. Perhaps the most tory of places?

So what am I saying? Well, small government is good government. And perhaps if we are to focus on politics, we should focus on the small? Although I despise ‘democracy’ as a sham, as it is in large states like Britain and America, on a small, local scale, representative government, as opposed to democracy is a good thing. If you could go and get yourself elected to a parish council, or a town council, you could have an effect. You could oppose foolish spending, you could oppose some silly declaration or propose a good and worthwhile thing. Immigration can’t be stopped at the national level yet, perhaps we could make illegal immigrants uncomfortable at the local level by denying a business licence, you don’t have to say why, or you could oppose it on environmental grounds!

I have read that the future will be one of small states, city states and the like, I don’t know if it is true, but I do think it would be a good thing. The large, centralised, bureaucratic states of the last century are failing. They have lost their legitimacy and are about to go bust, they no longer look out for their people, they only look out for their own financial futures. Too many in government, such as that worm Tony Blair and Nickolas Sarkozy, used the power of their states to wage cowardly wars against third world nations, partly, I’m sure because it massaged their egos. A Tony Blair as a member of the Chief Pleas or House of Keys would be of no danger to the world, or even to a country, even if he managed to convince the assembly to import millions of immigrants, the other parts of the country would be ok.

So let us get elected to our small local councils, lets start positioning ourselves to be the leaders of  the remnants of these failed nation-states, I predict that this is where and how we begin to take back what has been so unjustly taken from us and ours.