The Attack On Libya Is Not As
You've Been Told
Gaddafi Was Loved By His People; Not The Tyrant He Was
Vilified To Be
NewsFocus, by Tim Watts - 103111
If you base your worldview on U.S. and western media (which
is a very bad mistake), what you think you know about Libya, compared to the
real truth, will stun you.
The unprovoked attack on Libya is all about nothing more than
new world order.
First off, many unenlightened Americans have no clue that
Gaddafi was not just the Libyan leader, but also the President of the Africa
Union. He, along with other African leaders, were working for a United States of Africa. This was a direct threat to the central
banking cartel and their plans for a new world order.
Like his Iraqi counterpart, Saddam Hussein, it
didn't help his cause that he openly told the powers that be that he too
would be dropping out of the Federal Reserve game and would
no longer be
accepting U.S. currency, as in Federal Reserve notes. He was planning a new
currency for Africa, the gold dinar. Needless to say, that didn't set well with
the corrupt Rothschild-Rockefeller bank cartel.
Africa is a continent blessed with much wealth, gold,
diamonds, water, you name it. They are abundant in natural resources. The powers
that be of the new world order crowd know this full well and they want it all
themselves. They certainly don't need it, but they don't want anyone else to
challenge their wealth and power.
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was not the villain that he was made out to be. His
people loved him, because he took care of them. The people of Libya were
guaranteed a home and were given free electricity. Education and healthcare were
free in Libya. Newlyweds received $50,000 to start their new life. Mothers
received $5,000 with every new child born. Loans in Libya were interest free. If
you bought a new car, the government paid half. The price of gas was just .14 cents
per liter. The price of 40 loaves of bread cost just .15 cents. A portion of all
Libyan oil sales went directly into an account for every single person in Libya.
If you could not find a job upon graduating college, the government paid you the
going rate of your chosen profession, until you found work. If you wanted to start
a farm, the government set you up, for free. Libya was also one of the biggest
advocates for woman's rights.
Libya enjoyed the
standard of living in all of Africa, even better than oil rich countries
such as Saudi Arabia, Brazil and Russia. Some tyrant.
One can bet that this will all now sadly come to an end for
the people of Libya.
Gaddafi even undertook the world's largest irrigation project,
the Great Manmade River Project, to bring water to the people of this desert
country. (A humanitarian resource that the U.S. and NATO destroyed immediately.)
Does all of this sound like a backwards civilization to you?
The only threat Gaddafi presented was to the criminal central
banking cartel that runs this world.
Most people that follow the corporate news machine had no idea
the UN was to present Gaddafi with a humanitarian award. Strange for the UN
to do this for an alleged tyrant. Funny how everything changed once Gaddafi said
he was pulling out of the Federal Reserve fiat money scam.
When Gaddafi was finely caught, he was not given a trial.
Instead he was sodomized with a very long knife. The entire event was caught on
videotape and released for the world to see.
Why was this brutal, savage act and murder taped and then
released to the public? This was a warning from the banking cartel to other
world leaders, if you resist the new world order plan, this will be your fate.
This was nothing more than pure thuggery and criminal intimidation.
The war on Libya was nothing more than an unprovoked savage,
brutal attack on one of the most advanced societies that our world knew. That is
all gone now, thanks to the new world order puppets, the United States and
Britain, and their NATO bully force.
What has happened in Libya is a horrendous tragedy that the
world should mourn.
Like Afghanistan and Iraq, another country has fallen to the
new world order crowd.
If you think you knew the truth about Libya before this,
perhaps its time you put down the TV remote and start seeking the real truth. A
"Niemoller Moment" is coming for you if you don't, because if you don't start
standing up for others in trouble, pretty soon there will be no one to stand up
and help when they come for you.
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“iconic figure’’ of Africa.
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