Gaddafi refused to do the bidding of the Rothschild-centered global banking cartel in 5 areas:
â€¢ A Gaddafi-Centered African Union With A Common Currency here
â€¢ A Gaddafi-Run Central Bank Of Libya here
â€¢ A Gaddafi-Holding Of 150 Tons Of Gold here
â€¢ A Gaddafi-Run Libyan Oil Industry here
â€¢ A Gaddafi-Run â€˜Blue-Goldâ€™ Water Reserves here
I'll also drop in this interesting interview with Tarek Fatah, who questions if the Arab Spring is moving in the right direction.
Read it on Global News: Global Toronto | Q&A: The future of the Arab Spring?
about the 'Arab Spring' from Global Toronto
Quote:...In a tweet you wrote shortly after Gadhafi had been killed, you seemed to denounce the Arab Spring.
Iâ€™m not denouncing it, Iâ€™m saying its turned out to be a complete falsehood. Because if the tradition of public lynching that goes back almost a thousand years in the Arab world had not happened, one would have said, â€˜Yes, thereâ€™s due process of law. Gadhafi was captured, now he will have a trial.â€™ But not only that, he was shot dead, they lied about a crossfire, and they dumped him. And the Americans, and British and Nato not one person stood up and said â€˜Wow, thatâ€™s unbelievable. You have evidence that the man was captured aliveâ€¦you just committed a war crime!â€™ What kind of Arab spring would there be if the slaughter of someone, extra-judicial killings would be considered fine. Not only by the Arabs but by the Americans.
So this is a smoke and mirrors thing, where theyâ€™re talking about democracy but arenâ€™t practicing it.
Far from it, far from it. I could have been wrong if there had been the process. This was the benchmark. You would know that a movement that wants the rule of law, which is the foundation stone of contemporary civilization, that a victory law and victory justice is a medieval concept. Now the point is this shows that the same sort of public lynching that happened with Najibullah in Kabul, that took place with King Faisal in Iraq in 1958, dragging bodies in publicâ€¦this is a medieval construct! It didnâ€™t happen in Vietnam, it didnâ€™t happen anywhere, but it is stuck in the Arab heritage of mass slaughter every time thereâ€™s a change in power. It isnâ€™t the first time that a dictator has been overthrown. In Pakistan it happened three times. But you donâ€™t have this spectacle. The gory detail of bullets flying, and a captured man shot dead. What sort of a Spring is this?...
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