When the uprising in Libya just started, my first thought was, “Is somebody else involved in this besides the people of Libya itself?” From what we all should have heard and learnt from throughout history, nothing is exactly what it appears to be. There is always a hidden truth in every political scene that the mainstream media either cannot touch or refuse to cover. People of the world should be aware of this by now. The elites, the people in high places, or whomever you want to call them do not even bother anymore to cover up their real agenda. A lot of the truths are out through different kinds of channels such as the Wikileaks, books and interviews by former CIA agents, confessions of former high ranking members of secret societies, as well as talks by former hired executives of the global corporatocracy. Currently a new tendency has formed – they are left alone and still alive, whereas before nobody would have survived to this point.
I believe it is not a coincidence that the elites or the corporatocracy (or whatever you prefer to call them) do not even bother to cover up their actions anymore and to kill to shut the mouths of their former hired-men. Their tentacles have reached so far into the world and the grips are so strong now that they believe no power can shake the corruptive system they have trapped the whole world into. Thus they believe, their ultimate agenda for a New Economic and Political Order will not encounter any significant interruptions. David Rockefeller of the American bank cartel admits this in Baden-Baden, Germany, in 1991.
“It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and more prepared to march towards a world government.” ~David Rockefeller.
If today was before 1991, the hidden masters of the world, the puppeteers, would have still tried hard enough to wipe out the mouths that were speaking the truth. But today, it does not matter so much anymore whether one person or millions talk, write or blog about their actions. They are too big and too strong and almost too omnipresent to be overthrown.
So when the uprising of Libya started, I wondered what this really was all about. Could it be about the oil? Could it really be about Muammar Gaddafi being a tyrant that needed to be overthrown? Or was it actually about money and loans? For some time I toyed with those possibilities and was not sure which could be closest to the truth.
It was not until John Perkins, author of Confessions of An Economic Hit Man, wrote a comment about the uprising in Libya that I started paying attention to the current events in the banking world of Libya and the Arab spring. For centuries the supply of money and credit was monopolized by the European banking cartel. Almost all of the central banks all over the world belong to the cartel which is owned by the notorious family of the banking dynasty. There are only five countries whose central bank is 100% state owned, not even the notorious banking dynasty has a share in them. One of them is Libya.
Wikipedia writes about the Libyan Central Bank:
The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) is 100% state owned and represents the monetary authority in The Great Socialist Peopleâs Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and enjoys the status of autonomous corporate body. The law establishing the CBL stipulates that the objectives of the central bank shall be to maintain monetary stability in Libya, and to promote the sustained growth of the economy in accordance with the general economic policy of the state.
Russia Today covered the news regarding the last move in the banking system in Africa which involved Libyaâs Central Bank which is 100% owned by the Libyan government. The European banking cartel has not had any of its tentacles clutched on it so far. The following news was out some time before the uprising started. Muammar Gaddafi organized two conferences in 1986 and 2000 in Africa and most countries that attended the conferences responded positively to Muammar Gaddafiâs proposed plan. He called out on African and Muslim nations to join together in order to create a new currency that would rival the US dollar and the euro. Now that you understand the background, it draws suspicion regarding the Arab spring that has been going on for a while now, does it not?
When Muammar Gaddafi came to power in 1969, he kicked out foreign troops in Libya that have comfortably set a base in the country under the reign of King Idris. Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was only 28 when he became ruler of Libya and he nationalized a lot of institutions such as the Central Bank of Libya along with all other banks and also the oil industry. Together with Egypt, Sudan and Tunisia, Muammar Gaddafi planned to merge the countries and also the currency and promoted to only accept the gold dinar for exchange with oil and other resources in the Arab world. Hence we know now the root of the Arab spring.
The gold dinar would be introduced to the world as the single currency that the nations of Africa would accept for payment of oil and other resources around the world. The move of course would shift the global economic balance and cause a great threat to the worldâs reserve currency, the US dollar. Obviously it would not be welcomed by the power elite today, the same people who are responsible for controlling the world’s central banks.
About the possibility that the Libya uprising has to do with Muammar Gaddafi being dismissed for his plan to implement a rival currency against the US dollar, Anthony Wiles, founder and chief editor of The Daily Bell says,
âYes, that would certainly be something that would cause his immediate dismissal and the need for other reasons to be brought forward from moving him from power.â
Ministry of Peace founder Dr James Thring commented on Russia Today, âIt’s one of these things that you have to plan almost in secret, because as soon as you say you’re going to change over from the dollar to something else, you’re going to be targeted.â It is happening right now, as it happened before. Saddam Hussein announced in 2000 that they would only trade the Iraqi oil in euros instead of the US dollar. Soon afterwards, the invasion followed before the OPEC could have the chance to transfer oil trading in all its members into euros. The full news by Russia Today can be watched below:
This speculation of what is behind the Libyan war was also confirmed by the fast actions of the âLibyan rebelsâ that have already established a new Central Bank, right in the middle of a life and death civil war. Not only that, while Muammar Gaddafi was still in power the same rebels also managed to form a new national oil company. Isnât that interesting?
According to Bloomberg, the Transitional National Council has “designated the Central Bank of Benghazi as a monetary authority competent in monetary policies in Libya and the appointment of a governor to the Central Bank of Libya, with a temporary headquarter in Benghazi.”Â Somebody seems to be in a hurry to organize the control of the banks in Libya and the money supply before a new government is formed!
Libyaâs ambition to create the new currency using the gold dinar would devalue the US dollar. If the Libya uprising was really about the people of Libya and protecting themselves from the tyranny of Muammar Gaddafi, the fact that Henry Kissinger called for creating US grounds in Libya would be slightly irrelevant. According to former Bilderberg journalist, Jim Tucker, Henry Kissinger gave the same speech at three different Trilateral Commission conferences held over two weeks in April 2011 and mentioned this there. Tucker writes,
âIn all three speeches, Kissinger played the reluctant damsel who was firmly convinced that the United States must put boots on the ground in Libyaâamong all the wars that the U.S. is already involved in.â
But there is a general rule to it, Kissinger in his speech said,
âBut as a general principle, our country should do so militarily only when a national interest is also at stake.â
So what exactly is the US national interest that is at stake in Libya? Besides the apparent gold dinar currency, in his speech, Kissinger seemed to be keen in making the connection between Libya and Iran. From Kissingerâs speech it looks as if the end goal of the war in Libya is to further isolate Iran in preparation for a US-led attack carried out in the name of protecting Israel. Things are getting more and more convenient for the US to start another war with somebody else after Libya.
By interfering in Libya, the US is only making matters worse.Â Muammar Gaddafimay be a horrible dictator, but this was a fight for the Libyan people to sort out and nobody else.