How Western Imperialism Killed Gaddafi

What do you think of when you hear the name Colonel Gaddafi? Tyrant? Dictator? Terrorist? Well, a national citizen of Libya living under his rule may disagree, but we want you to decide.

Muammar Gaddafi was certainly not killed for ‘humanitarian reasons’, as the western public have been led to believe.

Gaddafi talks about Reagan’s foreign policy being controlled by ‘hostile sources’.

Gaddafi’s autocratic populist leadership was hugely popular.

Muammar Gaddafi spearheaded an autocratic political, social, and economic revolution; transforming a desolate, third-world, poverty-stricken Libya into one of the most promising booming economies of Africa.

Gaddafi was not only the leader of Libya, he had ambitions to free Africa from the nefarious fangs of the west. Despite being called a dictator and despot by the west – they do that to anyone who doesn’t submit to Washington’s rules – he was very much liked by Libyans, by his people. He had a more than 80% approval rate by the Libyan people.

The Libyans never knew the meaning of poverty under Gaddafi.

For over 40 years, Gaddafi promoted economic democracy and used the nationalized oil wealth to sustain progressive social welfare programs for all Libyans. Under Gaddafi’s rule, Libyans enjoyed not only free health-care and free education, but also free electricity and interest-free loans.

His enduring legacy proves that in the hands of a true ‘for-the-people’ populist, politics can work to make everyone prosperous and happy. It is a supreme model of government that we all must aspire to, and a model that is called ‘impossible’ by the tyrants in the shadows of Western governments.

Gaddafi set an example to counter globalism.

Unfortunately, Gaddafi was unpopular with international bankers because of this exceptional model for independent, nationalist prosperity. His planned gold-backed currency, the dinar, being the focal point of this. Gaddafi’s currency might have devastated the US dollar hegemony, as well as Europe’s control over the African economy. Gaddafi fought neo-colonization and the soft imperialism that still plagues the third world. Africa remains poor because powerful people behind western governments want to keep it that way.

Like Iran’s 2007 Tehran Oil Bourse to trade oil in any non-dollar currency, and Saddam Hussein’s promise to sell oil in euros, Gaddafi met the same fate of brutal suppression for his de-dollarization economic policies.

Gaddafi was struck down by the monopolistic globalist bullies.

He was demonized with a slew of fabrications and propaganda, a kangaroo court ruling permitted Western sanctions and military intervention, and a false Libyan ‘people’s revolution’ was funded. Gaddafi was finally captured and assassinated in October 2011 as a result.

When Gaddafi moved to harm the US petrodollar, the economic imperialists moved to kill Gaddafi.

Anybody, to this day, who threatens the dollar hegemony will have to die. That means anybody other than China and Russia (who have the influence to defend themselves), because they have already a few years ago largely detached their economy from the dollar, by implementing hydrocarbons as well as other international contracts in gold or the respective local currencies. That alone has already helped reducing dollar holdings in international reserve coffers from almost 90% some 20 years ago to a rate fluctuating between 50% and 60% today.

The Washington / CIA induced “Arab Spring” was to turn the entire Middle East into one huge chaos zone – which today of course, it is. And there are no plans to secure it and to return it to normalcy, to what it was before. To the contrary, chaos allows to divide and conquer – to ‘Balkanize’, as is the plan for Syria and Iraq.

One of the Washington led western goals of this chaos of constant conflict is to eventually install a system of private central banks in the Middle Eastern / North African countries controlled by Washington – privately owned central banks, à la Federal Reserve (FED), where the neocons, the Rothschilds and freemasonry would call the shots. That is expected to help stabilize the US dollar hegemony, as the hydrocarbons produced in this region generate trillions of dollars in trading per year.

Here’s some big factors that point to why Gaddafi was unpopular with the Globalist ‘hidden hand’ established powers-that-be:

  • Gaddafi wanted to detach his oil sales from the dollar, i.e. no longer trading hydrocarbons in US dollars, as was the US / OPEC imposed rule since the early 1970s.
  • Gaddafi wanted to introduce, or had already started introducing into Africa a wireless telephone system that would do away with the US / European monopolies, with the Alcatels and AT and T’s of this world, which dominate and usurp the African market without scruples.
  • Gaddafi promoted a successful independent autocratic political model. It was a viable way for a resource-rich nation to gain massive prosperity outside of the dollar, and was an example that threatened the globalist’s imperial ambitions.
  • Gaddafi’s plan for Africa meant a new banking system for Africa, away from the now western (mainly France and UK) central banks dominated African currencies. It could have meant the collapse of the US dollar – or at least an enormous blow to this fake dollar based monetary system.
  • Gaddafi banished all Western influences from Libya, he disallowed Western corporate influences from gaining a financial foothold in the nation.
  • Gaddafi’s progressive social policies eliminated radical ideologies. His modernization efforts would have brought Africa out of the dark ages, and into the global arena as the next superpower. This would not have benefited the Globalist imperialist agenda that actively exploits a weak, divided, and illiterate Africa. Western interventions have produced nothing but colossal failures in Libya, Iraq, and Syria. Lest we forget, prior to western military involvement in these three nations, they were the most modern and secular states in the Middle East and North Africa with the highest regional women’s rights and standards of living.

Deception: Western media demonized Gaddafi to gain public support for their military ‘intervention’.

Gaddafi’s policies were against the leading banking family’s best interests, he threatened to popularize an independent, anti-globalist, and anti-usury model of government, and get Africa off its knees.

“If Gaddafi had intent to try to re-price his oil or whatever else the country was selling on the global market and accepts something else as a currency or maybe launches a gold dinar currency. Any move such as that would certainly not be welcomed by the power elite today, who are responsible for controlling the world’s central banks,” says Anthony Wile, founder and chief editor of the Daily Bell.

Post-intervention Libya lies in smoldering ruins, and is festering with Islamic extremism and economic stagnation.

Ever since Gaddafi’s downfall, Libya has fallen back into destitution. Western-backed and trained ISIS and other warring Jihadist factions keep the region divided and ripe for economic exploitation. Today, Libya is a burning, hollow wasteland, a shadow of its former self.

1. In Libya a home is considered a natural human right

In Gaddafi’s Green Book it states: ”The house is a basic need of both the individual and the family, therefore it should not be owned by others”. Gaddafi’s Green Book is the formal leader’s political philosophy, it was first published in 1975 and was intended reading for all Libyans even being included in the national curriculum.

2. Education and medical treatment were all free

Under Gaddafi, Libya could boast one of the best healthcare services in the Middle East and Africa.  Also if a Libyan citizen could not access the desired educational course or correct medical treatment in Libya they were funded to go abroad.

3. Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project

The largest irrigation system in the world also known as the great manmade river was designed to make water readily available to all Libyan’s across the entire country. It was funded by the Gaddafi government and it said that Gaddafi himself called it ”the eighth wonder of the world”.

4. It was free to start a farming business

If any Libyan wanted to start a farm they were given a house, farm land and live stock and seeds all free of charge.

5. A bursary was given to mothers with newborn babies

When a Libyan woman gave birth she was given 5000 (US dollars) for herself and the child.

6. Electricity was free

Electricity was free in Libya meaning absolutely no electric bills!

7.  Cheap petrol

During Gaddafi’s reign the price of petrol in Libya was as low as 0.14 (US dollars) per litre.

8. Gaddafi raised the level of education

Before Gaddafi only 25% of Libyans were literate. This figure was brought up to 87% with 25% earning university degrees.

9. Libya had It’s own state bank

Libya had its own State bank, which provided loans to citizens at zero percent interest by law and they had no external debt.

10. The gold dinar

Before the fall of Tripoli and his untimely demise, Gaddafi was trying to introduce a single African currency linked to gold. Following in the foot steps of the late great pioneer Marcus Garvey who first coined the term ”United States of Africa”. Gaddafi wanted to introduce and only trade in the African gold Dinar  – a move which would have thrown the world economy into chaos.

The Dinar was widely opposed by the ‘elite’ of today’s society and who could blame them. African nations would have finally had the power to bring itself out of debt and poverty and only trade in this precious commodity. They would have been able to finally say ‘no’ to external exploitation and charge whatever they felt suitable for precious resources. It has been said that the gold Dinar was the real reason for the NATO led rebellion, in a bid to oust the outspoken leader.

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