James Gibb Stuart Trust


Debt-Based Money & Banking: Dr Robert Welham

The James Gibb Stuart Trust organised the 15th annual 3-day Bromsgrove Conference held on the 14-16 October 2011. Here are parts 1 to 3 of Dr Robert Welham speaking, on Saturday 15th, on the subject of “Debt-Based Money & Banking: Where Does Money Come From?” Dr Welham is a retired university lecturer and industrial researcher, specialising in Artificial Intelligence. He has a PhD in Mathematics, an MSc in Computer Science and an MA in Philosophy.

Is Money Destroyed when Loans are Repaid? Mike Black Answers this Frequently Asked Question

What happens to money when it is repaid to the bank? Mike Black addressed this important subject at the Bromsgrove Conference on the 15th October 2011. Mike’s first degree was in Mathematics at Oxford University, followed by an MA in Operational Research at Lancaster University. He worked for British Steel for many years in Operational Research, modelling steel industry logistics and project-managing Operational Research studies, and later worked in Consulting. In the third video, Mike makes reference to a handout which illustrates a bank loan and repayment from a customer’s point of view, and then secondly from the bank’s point of view. You can download that handout here (pdf).

Money Reform is the Lighthouse that overlooks our troubled Economic Sea: Alistair McConnachie

The following is edited from a speech by Alistair McConnachie on Tuesday 28 June 2011 to a meeting organised by the Get Britain Out group (formerly the Anti-Common Market League) with Austin Mitchell MP, at The Counting House, 50 Cornhill, London. Alistair has a degree in Agricultural Economics and a degree in Scots Law. After clicking on the picture below, then click on “Watch on YouTube”.