A great, noble spirit passes – William Krehm
James Gibb Stuart, one of Britain’s pioneering monetary reformers, west of Scotland businessman, father and grandfather, died peacefully at his home in Bridge of Weir on Wednesday, September 25, 2013.
Aged 93, James was one of the few in the post-war era to recognise and publicise the absurdity of our privately-created, debt-based money system, and to foresee its catastrophic consequences.
He received a “Community Champion” award from the UK Islamic Mission on July 17, 2005, also the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the American Monetary Institute on September 23,2006, and the “Thomas Atwood Award for Services to Monetary Reform” on October 15, 2011, at the UK Bromsgrove Conference.
Source: October 2013 issue of the COMER Journal (www.comer.org)