Democrats for social credit
Business // Politics // New Zealand
Member since: 22 May 2008
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Democrats for social credit has a relevant present, a reputable past, and a stimulating future. Our policies are realistic, innovative and fair. They enrich the lives of future generations. The Party Tenets The Democrats for social credit, formerly the Social Credit Political League which first entered the political arena in 1953, have vigourously promoted reforms to enrich the lives of New Zealanders. Our monetary policies will reward individual enterprise, strengthen communities and safeguard our unique and precious environment. The Party Purposes To achieve a fairer society that works effectively for the people of New Zealand with a future that is economically and environmentally sustainable, the Democrats for social credit is a Party committed to changing the current debt cycle with progressive policies based on 13 fundamental purposes.
Tuesday, 27 January 2009
West Coast DHB Member Resigns in Protest
West Coast DHB elected board member David Tranter has resigned in protest over what he labels board secrecy and anti-health professional agendas which recently culminated in the loss of three top class, long-serving anaesthetists from Grey Hospital within a very short space of time.
Thursday, 22 May 2008
Tax cuts - no longer a monkey on Cullen's shoulder
Budget 2008 has seen the tax cut monkey effectively removed from Michael Cullens shoulder commented John Pemberton, Democrats for social credit Finance Spokesman.