A new website for education in Money Reform was launched:
The James Gibb Stuart Trust is an educational charity, established in April 2008, and named after, “the Grandfather of British Monetary Reform”.
Its Mission is to “reduce debt by educating about banking”.
It has a specific emphasis on explaining the banking and financial system of the UK and the world, to lay-people and legislators.
It organised last year’s 15th annual 3-day Bromsgrove Conference – an economic conference which examines the creation of money, among other issues.
Its website is now online at www.jgstrust.org.uk
So far you’ll find several videos of speeches, with more videos and content to be added in time.
You’ll find Dr Robert Welham speaking at the 15th annual Bromsgrove Conference on the subject of “Debt-Based Money & Banking: Where Does Money Come From?”
You’ll also find Mike Black explaining the “two tier” money system in more depth, and what happens to money when it is repaid. He answers the question, “Is it cancelled out of existence, or does it remain in the money supply?”
As the only charity in the UK dedicated to its specific Mission, its website is well positioned to develop into a unique and valuable resource.
We recommend that you keep in touch.
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The James Gibb Stuart Trust has also provided funding to help Positive Money get set up and supports the work of Positive Money.