Conservatives, Social Welfare and Social Credit By Chris Knight

     Conservative websites are celebrating Trump’s food boxes:

““The Trump administration is proposing to save billions in the coming years by giving low-income families a box of government-picked, nonperishable foods every month instead of food stamps. White House OMB Director Mick Mulvaney on Monday hailed the idea as one that kept up with the modern era, calling it a “Blue Apron-type program” — a nod to the high-end meal kit delivery company that had one of the worst stock debuts in 2017 and has struggled to hold onto customers. Mulvaney said the administration’s plan would not only save the government money, but also provide people with more nutritious food than they have now. …”
http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2018/02/13/trumps-food-boxes/

     Correctly enough the “entitlement state” is going bankrupt across the West, with spiralling social welfare costs:
  http://www.amerika.org/politics/as-cities-go-bankrupt-the-entitlement-state-enters-its-deathbed/

     It is easy to sneer at “welfare bludgers,” until you are unemployed, or find yourself on an old age  pension, like me,  scrapping the bottom of the bin to get by. The conservative attack on welfare is an attack by an elite class whose real interests lie in globalisation, and who stand to benefit from flooding the West with migrants as a reserve army of the unemployed. We see this elitism in the Liberal party most clearly, although the Labor party better disguises it with their politically correct rhetoric. One of the insights of social credit, as applied Christianity is that human beings are children of the creator, who are not to be reduced to mere things, or means to capitalist ends. An economy that does that, which our present one does, is morally evil, and needs to be replaced for human dignity to survive.

 

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