11 Responses to “Was Libya about oil or currency? Gaddafi’s gold dinar was threatening the US dollar.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    A CIA man told me the US tried every way they could to buy Gadaffi, he said the goddam man lived in a tent, he wanted nothing,and would accept nothing so the man had to go and go he did.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The toss-pots behind the curtain always use the same mo when someone stands up to them. If the “Economic Hitmen” fail then the gloves come off and the fists (and worse)come out. There’s a few vids on YT with interviews by one of these “Hitmen” John Perkin or Perkins. Worth a listen if you have the time.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Both Gadaffi and Saddam both wanted their countries gold returned from the US which just wasn’t to be.
    On that same note, many countries and very wealthy people sent their gold to the US for safe keeping during WWII and were handed bonds but after the war and some years later when the depositors wanted their gold back they were told their bonds were forgeries and the US kept the gold.

  4. Anonymous says:

    They said that the US gold deposits at Fort Knox were only gold plated tungste bars, ( tungsten has the same specific gravity as gold)
    israel was blamed for this but nothing was done

  5. julie says:

    What happened to the $60 billion Libyan Sovereign Wealth fund? “The Libyan Investment Authority, the north African nation’s sovereign wealth fund, sued Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) in the U.K. over investments worth more than $1 billion.

    “Goldman Sachs abused the relationship of trust and confidence with the then newly-formed LIA, being the sovereign wealth fund of the Libyan people,” a spokesman for the fund, who declined to give his name in line with company policy, said in an e-mailed statement today. The fund suffered “significant losses.”

    Libya’s sovereign wealth fund built up assets of about $60 billion under Muammar Qaddafi, who was deposed and killed in a 2011 coup. The LIA lost about $1.75 billion betting on structured products in 2007 and 2008, about $900 million of which was with Goldman Sachs, its former chairman said in June 2012.

    Opinion: What Was Goldman Sachs Doing With Libya’s Options Bets?

    The details of the lawsuit, filed Jan. 21 at London’s High Court, aren’t yet public. Fiona Laffan, a spokeswoman for Goldman Sachs, declined to comment.

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is probing Goldman Sachs’s dealings with the LIA for possible violations of American anti-corruption laws”.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Probably the same thing is happening with Syria and the Ukraine and Turkey and…. fill in the gap.

  7. TMWKTMBNE says:

    I read at the time Quadafi was starting an economic block with the other nations of north Africa, to be based on the gold dinah. Maybe this is why they had the other ‘revolutions’ in other countries across that region? I do know that Libya was outside the BIS controlled global central banking system, that Quadiffi had spent billions greening parts of the desert, newlywed couples received $25,000 ‘nest egg’ from the government, studying at university abroad was free, paid by government, etc, etc. This is why Libya was invaded. Aldos Huxley wrote in the 1920’s ‘in the future, all wars will be fought under the banner of Freedom and Democracy’.

  8. shirlz007 says:

    Gold, African Dinar, threat to petro dollar, Oil, The Great Man Made River (built by Canadian firm SNC-Lavalin without any international loans, and with plans to irrigate ALL of Africa), Phosphates and Potash, threat to Morocco’s monopoly), plans for African communications and infrastructure network (including each own Satellite)… more than one reason Gaddaffi had to go!

    Without glorifying Colonel Gaddaffi… he’s one man who stuck it to the New World Order!!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Grand Theft NATO.
    Our mafioso corporate rulers don’t even bother to hide their criminality any more. They don’t need to. The masses have been completely pacified. We’ve finally reached that much heralded state where the oppressed really do love their servitude, enthusiastically cheering on the pathetic gluttony and unquenchable greed of their idiotic masters through each and every murderous twist and turn, no doubt in the vain hope they too may one day break out of the relentless grind and earn their place on the A-(hole) list. Of course, only really hard workers and true believers can “make it”. You just have to believe in yourself and strive to be the best you can be! “Keep swimming Dory!” They “tweet” and bleat their total support in full HD glory from their wondrously sophisticated and empowering touch-screen bubbles. “Isn’t technology simply marvelous, darling.” How did we ever exist without it?
    Libya and Syria have set new standards in the level of cognitive dissonnance required in order to simply fit in. That the perpetrators of the Libyan heist could so boastfully flag their success by forcing their supposedly devout anti-usury Muslim lackies into legislating a Libyan “reserve bank” as their very first act governance is simply stunning. But such is the confidence and arrogance of our “leaders”.
    To question the blatantly obvious thuggish contradictions perpetrated on our behalf is to commit social – and likely professional – suicide.
    But of course, such blind acceptance is the ideal way to separate the true believers from the nutty “conspiracy theorists” who dare doubt the righteousness of our battle against evil. Anyone silly enough to question the veracity of our new reality will find themselves quickly ridiculed and marginalised. “You’re either with us or against us!”
    Anyone pushing the “global awakening” line must be seriously deluded, hopelessly optimistic or disturbingly far removed from the realities of life in main-steam society.
    My advice: don’t touch the red pill!
    My one remaining hope: that the age-old adage that “the darkest hour comes just before the dawn” proves true.
    Chris B

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