PART 1 OF 4 IN A SERIES OF REPORTS ON LIBYA
Its’ been a year now. A year since the fall of Tripoli to a mixed bag of insurgents, mercenaries and Anglo-American-Israeli stooges, a year since the debased, barbaric scenes in Sirte. A year since LIFG rebels were forced to share a platform with their less-than honourable allies in the Rothschild-NATO controlled NTC. A year, and the meticulously engineered civil war / staggered break-up concocted by the exponents of forth generation warfare, is well under-way.
A year, and Libya stands on the brink of collapse; her cities destroyed, her cultural treasures looted and spread-eagled for sustained exploitation by the impoverished hordes of Western Europe. A year, and the country that once enjoyed the highest standard of living in all Africa; is standing in the soup line, just like every other nation ‘liberated’ by the West: Welcome to the new Libya.
The naivety of those who celebrated the brutal demise of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi; is akin to that of the handful of hapless hangers on who cheered the execution of Saddam Hussein or applauded the perverse, fictional narrative created around Usama Bin Laden and an Anglo-American-Israeli front; that modern day ‘Operation Gladio’ they call ‘Al Qaida’. For unbeknown to those ecstatic, gun totting youths who lay claim to the streets of Sirte; is that their perception of a grand victory was no more than a grand illusion; a cringe worthy, colonial façade, for Libya was lost in a torrent of blood, of song and dance and flag waving tomfoolery.
But how does one explain that to a people who, for reasons not entirely without merit, hated their leader to such a degree that they wrecked their own country to oust him? For those were heady days; when emotive rhetoric and empty rants decimated any semblance of reason and logic like NATO payloads transformed quiet Libyan suburbs into smouldering piles of rubble.
How do you tell these so-called rebels, that the very powers they claim to oppose are now circling Libya like a craven flock of ravenous vultures, eager to pick on the bones of the man Africa once dubbed the ‘King of Kings’. How do you tell them; that the real war has just begun?
Cast your mind back to February 11th 2011, recall the thousands upon thousands of Libyans gathered in Green Square: dignified, resolute and willing to embrace their future in a sober and civilized manner. And look at it today. For if we condemn NATO and the Anglo-American-Israeli crime gang in Iraq and Afghanistan, we must condemn them in Libya and Syria as well. Acknowledge that the so-called leaders of the so-called transitional council hold little sway behind the scenes of this media war, backed as they are, by colonial parasites in the West; Rothschild run vassal states whose blood soaked history of oppression and tyranny in North Africa is unmatched. For lest we forget; that a roomful of NATO puppets do not hold a legitimate mandate to speak for all the people, especially people they’re still fighting in many parts of the country.
Anywhere between 20-30,000 Libyans have already been massacred by those the NTC call their allies, whilst countless others have been displaced or forced into exile: The NATO terrorist attack on the Misurata district of Zliten alone, where invaders murdered 85 people; 33 of whom were children, is a war crime comparable to the bombing of Guernica or the U.S. siege of Fallujah. NATO troops have also incited racist attacks on Libyans of Black African origin; attacks intended to deface the cultural landscape of Libya and reflect the racial tensions that afflict their own failed states / crisis ridden countries in the West.
And make no mistake, that it was the Rothschild-NATO allied NTC who instigated an armed conflict by setting up a fifth column in Benghazi: Would any sovereign nation tolerate the presence of a foreign financed and armed cartel on their land? Former Libyan PM Jadallah Azous Al-Talhi, along with the ‘African Union’, was working to broker a cessation of hostilities in late February. Colonel Gaddafi actually offered to resign in early March, long before some of the worst episodes of the conflict had occurred. But the rebellion’s handlers in the U.S. and Europe were having none of it: They wanted this war, just as long as it was the Libyans who were dying, of course. And as their vile paradigm began to take form, one couldn’t help but be reminded of that 19th century colonial maxim; when a smug French General was asked why he drafted Moroccan and Algerian Muslims to fight Turkish Muslims for the expansion of Europe; he scoffed and replied: “If our Arabs win, we get the credit, if our Arabs or others die, who cares?”
Libya fluctuated from a populist uprising to an imperialist proxy war and is now firmly entrenched in the latter: The worst case scenario has more or less come true; for the people’s revolution became a Rothschild revolution; hi-jacked by the Kabbalist devils of usury and fractional reserve banking. Today, numerous militias and U.S.-Israeli backed terrorists roam the streets, Bani Walid is under siege and some of the rebels are only just beginning to realize they were duped by the West.
But a lot of this is academic, because the Anglo-American-Israeli crime gang has temporarily achieved its main objective in their war against the Libyan people: For in July 2012, extremist Jewry and its Shabbat goy acolytes imposed interest / usury into the Libyan banking system via NTC banking Law 46; which allows the Rothschild controlled, Benghazi central bank (set up in the early days of the war) to invest Libyan monies in any Rothschild central bank around the world, thus killing off the debt free, Islamic financial system in place under Gaddafi.
From 1969-2011, The Libyan economy operated on an interest free (i.e. debt free) basis; opted out of Rothschild’s fractional reserve central banking system, banned the practice of usury and ensured that banks never charged interest on any loans. This Islamic law, based on the Nizam-E-Umar welfare state system implemented in the early days of the Caliphate, was the main reason why Rothschild moneylenders wanted to assassinate Col. Gaddafi.
It was, alas, the same courageous decision that saw our our best and brightest Gentile leaders forced to go to war against these money lending devils and their henchmen: All our Prophets fought to abolish this parasitic system of usury, leaders like Julius Caesar, Liaquat Ali Khan, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, JFK and many others also joined the fight from their respective nations; few succeed, most were martyred.
In the months leading up to his assassination, Col. Gaddafi was also going to opt out of Rothschild’s Fiat-paper money scam altogether and go for complete economic independence to begin trading in the Gold Dinar, something that Rothschild and its deranged underlings simply couldn’t stand to see. The Rothschild central bank now hopes to plunge Libya into debt and economic enslavement, just as it’s done to almost every other country in the world today via the vicious, extremist Jew controlled, cycle of borrowing, interest, debt and war.
Remember, that Libya had no external debt and its reserves amounted to $150 billion -which are now frozen (i.e. being stolen) globally.
- Libya did not charge for electricity; reliable power was free to all citizens.
- It was enshrined in law that every Libyan should have a home and home ownership was considered a basic human right.
- Newly married couples would receive a free 60,000-dinar (i.e. $50,000) grant to get them on the property ladder and have a comfortable start to married life.
- Libya had a free national health service.
- Libya provided free education for all citizens.
- If any Libyans had other exceptional medical or educational needs, the government would fund their visits abroad, giving them $2,300 per month for accommodation and travel.
- Libyans who wanted to work the land were given some acres to farm, a little house, tools, livestock and seeds to begin their careers.
- The government would pay half the cost of every Libyan citizen’s first car.
- The price of petrol in Libya was $0.14 per litre.
- If a Libyan graduate was unable to find a job in his or her chosen profession, the government would pay the average salary of their desired job until they were in full time employment.
- A portion of every Libyan oil sale was credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens.
- Every family received $5,000 in child benefit.
- 40 loaves of bread in Libya used to cost $0.15.
- 25 % of Libyans had a university degree.
Libyans can kiss all that goodbye now.
And whilst I appreciate that some dissents had cause for their opposition, no honest commentator could possibly attempt to rationalize the strategic folly of collaborating with your worst enemies to achieve an unstable, short-term political objective at such a high cost.
MUAMMAR AL GADDAFI, 1942 –2011.
A man’s life is never judged in blurry snapshots from afar, but as a clear landscape from above; an empirical overview of how he lived, what he believed in and how he acted upon those beliefs. For me, there were three Muammar Gaddafis: One a heroic, inspirational freedom fighter in the mould of Yasir Arafat, Omar Mukthar and Gamal Abdul Nasser, the other; a flamboyant showman who’d lost sight of the struggle and the last; a set-in-his-ways dictator who cosied up to those who longed for his execution.
Col. Muammar Gaddafi was, in part, the architect of his own demise; opening Libya up to a wretched gaggle of pro-Israeli cutthroats and conmen. Subsidizing the likes of Tony Blair, propping up vile Mossad henchman Nicholas Sarkosy and sleazy Silvio Berlusconi did nothing for Libya and only served to usher the Colonel into an early grave; betrayed, as he was, by each and every one of the aforementioned Rothschild stooges. Giving money to the LSE or paying out for a crime Libya had no part in (i.e. the Lockerbie bombing) further undermined the principals of his revolution and eroded some of the values that’d defined the republic for over 40 years.
It was this decade long policy of appeasement that turned Mummar Gaddafi from a respected Mujahid into little more than a paper tiger, a loose cannon caricature milked for all he was worth by criminal regimes in the West. And it was only his courageous last stand at Sirte; where he fell, guns blazing as promised, which gave us our final glimpse of the once great Bedouin warrior.
Appeasement continued to isolate Libya as a vanguard nation in the struggle against imperialism. Rare triumphs saw Gaddafi successfully sue the Berlusconi government for reparations relating to the decades of damage inflicted by Italian colonists in the 1920s. He also oversaw the completion of the awe-inspiring trans-Sahara water pipeline / Great Man-made River; an ambitious irrigation project which resolved water shortages in the country and helped give Libya the highest standard of living in all Africa. But the self-inflicted coup de grace came in 2003: Agreeing to disarm. Gaddafi made no bigger mistake then when he acquiesced to Western demands and signed away Libya’s right to defend herself. How many times have MENA leaders made this error, and how many times must we explain the simple dynamics of dealing with the Anglo-American-Israeli crime gang? The United States, Israel, Britain, the E.U. and NATO combined will never attack any nation that has even the slightest ability to defend themselves; The Rothschild run United States of America hasn’t won a war in over sixty years: they made no lasting territorial gains in World War II, were forced to broker a partition in Korea, were bled to death in Vietnam, blown away in Lebanon, humiliated in Cuba, annihilated in Afghanistan and chased out in disgrace from everywhere else in-between. The only countries they’ve ever managed to gang rape were those who were disarmed and continuously betrayed from within.
Col. Gaddafi actually once said: “Tony Blair is my friend”. I despaired at his innocence, shook my head in disbelief and wondered if it was just a bad translation. Had I been there at the time, I’d have told Gaddafi that Tony Blair was a pro-Israeli Shabbat goy with the blood of a million Iraqi civilians on his hands…but alas, I wasn’t there, and thus Gaddafi’s delusions of camaraderie with the real ‘Butcher of Baghdad’ were left to roam the ether unchecked. The United States also forged stronger ties with the man they’d been trying to murder for the better part of a decade; even America’s most famous p.o.w; John McCain came to visit!
Watching Libya edge ever closer to the Anglo-American-Israeli crime gang was like watching The Titanic approach an iceberg. It was a disaster waiting to happen.
Zionist Jew serial killer and U.S. war criminal Henry Kissinger put it best when he said:
“Being America’s enemy is dangerous, but being America’s friend is fatal”.
And as the sadistic cackles of a gloating Hilary Clinton were juxtaposed with the bloodied, naked body of Col. Gaddafi; dragged through the streets of his home-town and desecrated like Hector at the walls of Troy, one could look on at this most gruesome of sights and say of the Colonel: There goes a friend of America.
The second incarnation of Muammar Gaddafi manifested itself around the time when the British tried to assassinate him in 1994; allegedly using rouge elements from certain groups who would later participate in the NATO backed war. The Anglo-American-Israeli crime gang, now wearing the mask of ‘Al Qaida’, tried to ambush and bomb the Colonel’s motorcade. Gaddafi narrowly escaped and was saved thanks to the selfless intervention of his bodyguard, Aisha, who embraced martyrdom, in a swift and stunning act of instinctive bravery. The British-Rothschild conspiracy against Libya was only brought to light by MI6 whistle-blowers Annie Machon and David Shayler, the latter of whom was unlawfully imprisoned by the state for revealing their crimes.
Gaddafi, perhaps in another act of reactionary hubris, apparently began to crack down on perceived ‘Islamists’ in the country and it was in the wake of this externally orchestrated chaos that Libyan forces are alleged to have carried out a massacre in Abu Salim prison. Once again, the abundance of unreliable, anti- Gaddafi rhetoric, made reports on the supposed crime part and parcel of the usual propaganda package doled out to controlled and censored media outlets in the West. But supposing that we go on the testimony of the alleged crimes only witness; had there been those present who would speak the truth; they would have known to inform Gaddafi that his assassination was not planned in Tripoli by ‘Islamists’ but in London by M16, in Langley by the CIA and carried out at the behest of their Israeli Mossad handlers in Herzellia. That said, the Libyan Jamahiriya, just like the NTC today, made a huge error by collaborating with U.S.-UK regimes in the fraudulent ‘war on terror’, particularly the CIA’s kidnap and torture program, better known by the Orwellian euphemism: ‘Rendition’. And there is evidence to suggest that innocent Libyans were being sold out all over the place in 2002-04: The harrowing ordeals of Omar Deghayes, Sami al-Saadi, Khalid al-Sharif, the LIFG’s Abdel Hakim Belhadj and martyr Faraj Hassan can’t be wished away just because Libya was unsurprisingly betrayed by the Rothschilds. For whatever their internal disputes may have been; neither Libyan dissents nor Col. Gaddafi’s Jamahiriya should have collaborated with their common enemies to seal the Faustian pact that’s led Libya into its current state of socio-political turmoil.
Gaddafi’s enemies also utilised a variety of tried and tested Cointel pro and false propaganda methods to sour relations between Libya and other Muslim countries (specifically Iran, Pakistan, Lebanon and Palestine): mysterious reports of his expulsion of 30,000 Palestinians, accusations of involvement in the disappearance of popular cleric Musa al-Sadr and his alleged support for Indian occupation forces in Kashmir. All of which contradicted Gaddafi’s calls for an in independent Kashmir at the U.N., his friendly overtures to Iran and his unwavering support for armed intervention against Israel on behalf of Palestine.
By the end of the 90s, Gaddafi’s position as a world leader had been effectively destabilized, and as was the case in Latin America before Chavez, Islamic governments were no longer talking to each other, but directing their commutations through imperialist intermediaries with a vested interest in misrepresenting each side to the other.
But the Gaddafi I’d like to remember is the one who arrived on the scene in 1969, grandson of ‘The Martyr of Khoms’; Abdessalam Bouminyar, who fought back the first wave of Italian invaders in 1911. Bouminyar, like his grandson would a century later, battled to his last breath defending his land from the hostile presence of a foreign occupation.
Politically active in his youth, a seventeen-year-old Muammar took to the streets to protest the Anglo-Israeli invasion of Egypt and Gaza during the Tripartite Aggression (i.e. Suez Crisis) in 1956. Graduating from the Benghazi, ‘Royal Libyan Military Academy’ in 1966, Gaddafi became part of ‘The Free Officers Movement’ and trained with comrades who would later join his ‘Revolutionary Command Council’. Libya’s docile monarchy had little interest in addressing long-standing issues of poverty, education and health or in Gamal Abdel Nasser’s campaign to rectify the injustices afflicting MENA nations since the Jewish occupation of Palestine in 1948. Libya did, however, provide economic assistance with regards to oil prices after the ‘67 Naksa. Casual corruption within the system stagnated the country’s socio-economic progress whilst the regime’s inclination towards pro-Western polices proved unpopular with ordinary Libyans.
Widespread dissatisfaction soon matured into clear opposition; with Muammar Gadaffi leading a commendably clean and bloodless coup d’état on 1st September 1969: Colonel Gaddafi, at the ripe old age of 27, abolished the constitutional monarchy and set into motion a series of radical reforms as the bold, new leader of the Libyan Arab Republic.
In a daring and successful bid to end poverty, Col. Gaddafi considered nationalizing the oil industry as Nasser had done with the Suez Canal, but made a typically generous concession by ordering Western oil companies to fairly redistribute the wealth they earned off Libya’s resources. They complied: increasing Libya’s share from 50% to 79%. He also strengthened ties with Egyptian revolutionary Gamal Abdel Nasser and had the U.S. Wheelus Air base shut down; Ghadaffi went onto instigate a process limiting Western interference in his country, clearing out all remnants of the colonial past and encouraging moves to set up an Arab Socialist Union.
Establishing direct democracy via the Libyan Jamahiriya, Col. Gaddafi’s visionary reforms saw the literacy rate shoot up from 10% to 90% within a decade, human rights were established in accordance with The Holy Qur’an and all Libyans were considered equal before the law. Within a matter of months, Gaddafi had transformed Libya from a partially developed desert outpost into a thriving oasis of endless opportunity.
Life expectancy doubled and a welfare state ensured that every man, woman and child was provided access to free healthcare, education and housing. A variety of university scholarships and post-graduate employment programmes were introduced as the revolutionary council set down plans for a Great Manmade River which would, and did, provide clean water to every part of the North African country. (Today, that marvel of the modern world is a polluted, shrapnel ridden dump–Well done Libyans).
Needless to say, such drastic and positive reforms were frowned upon by parasitic, pro-Israeli regimes across the world; for when Margaret Thatcher was snatching milk from infants and marshalling prison hunger strikes, Col. Gaddafi was making the desert bloom. When Rabin & Begin were trying to exterminate Palestinian children, Col. Gaddafi empowered the fledging PLO to go forward and liberate their nation. When Ronald Regan was butchering unarmed islanders in Grenada, Col. Gaddafi was restoring dignity and valour to the people of North Africa. The fact that he managed to accomplish these great feats without taking out foreign loans meant that Libya was free of interest accrued debt, the fact that he absolutely refused to partake in fractional reserve banking infuriated the usurious curs of Rothschild, no end. Libya maintained her honourable stance against usury and remained one of the handful of sovereign nations who prevented Rothschild from contaminating their economy with a central bank . Today, the NTC have reversed that position to let those money-lending vampires in through the front door.
Muammar Gadaffi also went onto establish ‘Libyan Revolutionary Committees’ to raise political awareness amongst the people and supported a variety of freedom struggles around the world; The patron saint of just causes, Gaddafi was the most vocal of world leaders in his support for the imprisoned Nelson Mandela and the ANC’s war of liberation against the Anglo-American-Israeli backed Apartheid regime in South Africa. In the same year that the British government branded Nelson Mandela a terrorist, Col. Gaddafi declared him to the be the only legitimate leader in South Africa. Even a devastating, U.S. terror attack on his home didn’t dissuade him from upholding the truth, even the martyrdom of his six-year old daughter Hannah, her body ridden with shrapnel and crushed beneath the rubble of a wall bought down by a barrage of American bombs, did not intimidate the Colonel to contemplate surrender. In the end, he saw off six Rothschild appointed U.S. presidents, and could only be killed by treachery and the monumental cowardice of NATO; the most venal and disgraced military power on a par with the illegitimate state of Israel and the U.S.
I wonder why the corrupt, pro-Israel Murdocracy and its tabloid media acolytes didn’t just go all out with a proper Gaddafi death apocryphal; perhaps say he was found hiding in a drainpipe, begging for his life whilst wearing a blouse and clutching some Lady Gaga albums. The fact is that we’ve heard it all before; when these vermin killed Che they tried to hide their shame with tall tales of how he surrendered; lies that weren’t believed when they were first told or any time since. Same old story with Allende, Lumumba, Idi Amin, Hussein, Bin Laden and so on. For despite the best efforts of spluttering Rothschild subordinates to discredit or undermine Gaddafi’s fighting spirit, the world is all too aware of the fact that the Anglo-American-Israeli media machine is about as reliable an organ for truth as a leaky boat is for sailing across the Atlantic. Say what you will about the man, but he didn’t run or hide, displayed the courage of his convictions and put his life on the line to demonstrate the sincerity of his beliefs.
I hope Libyans understand the conflict they’re caught up in, I hope the victorious factions impart some Islamic morals and discipline amongst their unruly partisans. But most of all, I hope Libya doesn’t fall back into the clutches of colonial misrule, because it took 30 years for The Lion Of The Desert to mortally wound his Italian prey; how long will it take to drive out the morally bankrupt dead beats of Europe, Israel and America? Used car salesmen like David Cameron and carpetbaggers from every corner of the Western world have already been instructed to:
“Pack their suitcases for Libya”
by Con-Dem Defence Secretary Phillip Hammond MP. And each and every one of these knife wielding whores is looking for a handout, every last one of these shameless robber barons are looking for a piece of the land Tony Blair described as a:
“…goldmine waiting to be discovered”.
Now some Muslims have been conditioned to believe that we can’t change our political landscape unless we provide a macabre spectacle for criminal regimes in the West to broadcast on CNN. Some grand, violent gesture that makes us look no better than extremist Jews; the sort of people who sodomize a dead man in the streets of his hometown whilst chanting slogans that espouse the diametric opposite of the scenes you’re actually witnessing. For how can anyone lay claim to the embarrassing, barbaric spectacle that transpired in Sirte, why should Muslims work with NATO criminals against their own country; are we incapable of bringing our leaders to account without destroying our entire socio-political infrastructure in the process or routinely violating our principals at the behest of Anglo-American-Israeli parasites? Evidently, if Libya and Syria are anything to go by.
With the fall of Col. Gaddafi, Libya is still officially up for grabs, winning bid and the ability to perpetrate the most terrifying acts of ultra violence gets the lot: If the LIFG and Green Army have any sense between them, they’ll form a temporary alliance to restore order, lift the siege on Bani Walid and keep the country united, for I seriously doubt that anyone, be they pro or anti-Gaddafi, is content with the situation as it is. No sane, patriotic Libyan could’ve wanted this when they revived the Green, Red and Black in Benghazi; and its Libyans and Libyans alone who must stand united and reclaim their sovereignty from enemies within and enemies’ abroad. So farewell brother leader, so long NATO and May Allah (swt) guide the people of Libya.
“This is my will.
I, Muammar bin Mohammad bin Abdussalam bin Humayd bin Abu Manyar bin Humayd bin Nayil al Fuhsi Gaddafi, do swear that there is no other God but Allah and that Mohammad is God’s Prophet, peace be upon him.
I pledge that I will die as Muslim.
Should I be killed, I would like to be buried, according to Muslim rituals, in the clothes I was wearing at the time of my death and my body unwashed, in the cemetery of Sirte, next to my family and relatives.
I would like that my family, especially women and children, be treated well after my death.
The Libyan people should protect its identity, achievements, history and the honourable image of its ancestors and heroes.
The Libyan people should not relinquish the sacrifices of the free and best people.
I call on my supporters to continue the resistance, and fight any foreign aggressor against Libya, today, tomorrow and always.
Let the free people of the world know that we could have bargained over and sold out our cause in return for a personal secure and stable life. We received many offers to this effect but we chose to be at the vanguard of the confrontation as a badge of duty and honour.
Even if we do not win immediately, we will give a lesson to future generations that choosing to protect the nation is an honour and selling it out is the greatest betrayal that history will remember forever despite the attempts of the others to tell you otherwise.”
The Last Will And Testament of Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi
Sirte, Libya, October 17th, 2011