Libya under Gaddafi … and … what’s left of Libya today

Libyan Free Press

WARNING, EDITORIAL STATEMENT: October (2011), marks the four-year anniversary of the disappearance of Libya’s leader, Muammar Gaddafi, and the decline into chaos of one of Africa’s greatest nations.
The position of this network is (and always was) that brother Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, born the 7 June 1942, never physically died: he is alive, he will live forever in the hearts of millions of people in Libya, in Africa and in the whole world, and will remain forever the worst nightmare for Libya’s enemies, that one after the other will be overwhelmed by their evil actions, and by themselves and between themselves each other they will be eliminated and eternally damned.
(the editorial team)


O Libya:
Whole world weeps with you!


Libya was burnt, its countrymen were decimated and their land was ravaged, while we were made to think that people who were long…

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3 thoughts on “Libya under Gaddafi … and … what’s left of Libya today

  1. In his book Arabesque$: Investigation into the Role of the US in Arab Uprisings, Ahmed Bensaada writes that the CIA conducted a destablization campaign against Gaddafi that went on for over a decade. He was determined to keep Libya’s oil profits for the Libyan people, rather than allowing US oil corporations to capture them. This automatically made him an enemy of the US government and the CIA.

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