Videos About Libya: What Others Say About Libya and Qaddafi’s Regime
049 – Truth: Libya & Gaddafi
Uploaded by RiaRoseKnows on Aug 30, 2011
This is just one episode of many that I will be doing covering various news topics. I understand that some of my viewers do not like to heed attention to news such as this as it gives it ‘more power’ however, I feel the need to keep this information as alive as possible.
“The smartest thing the devil ever did was convincing us that he wasn’t real”
This information must be spread and we must keep the knowledge going out. With that said we must ALSO not heed to the NEGATIVITY behind it. We must not hate our opposition. We must not become depressed over the negativity. We must not let them rule our lives. Keep your eyes and ears open and your heart and mind receptive.
(***This is one of many videos that I have from foreigners who finally have woken up and have realized that the lies of CNN, BBC, SKY NEWS and the rest of the west media who has desperately tried to sell this war and is trying to sell another war in Syria and Iran.)
The lies that so many believed as divine truth
Uploaded by TheOzyism on Feb 20, 2012
Libya killing peaceful protesters, a lie which couldn’t be further from the truth and yet so many believed, why? How? When did we become so stupid? When did we stop thinking for ourselves and let a bunch of paid propagandists on a box do the thinking for us?
Protests were always allowed in Libya and protected by police, but the propaganda managed to twist facts, fiction and rumours in to one bloody product which is Libya now.
Take a good look at Libya now, that is the product of the propaganda spread by US and its client states, also the product of a brutal war of aggression against a tiny peaceful nation.
Chinese tribute video to the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya in their fight against NATO and its leader Gaddafi
Libya, Al Kufra today – The Green Lions are Back!
Uploaded by InomineX on Feb 21, 2012
Libya, Al Kufra today – the green lions are back!
Libyen, Al Kufra heute – die grünen Löwen sind zurück!
Libia, Al Kufra hoy en día – los leones verdes están de vuelta!
Libia, Al Kufra oggi – i leoni verdi sono tornati!
La Libye, Al Kufra aujourd’hui – les lions verts sont de retour!
Líbýa, Al Kufra dag – græna ljón eru aftur!
Либија Ал Куфра данас – Зелени лавови су се вратили!
Ливии, Аль-Куфра сегодня – зеленые львы возвращаются!
利比亞，阿爾Kufra今天 – 綠色的獅子又回來了！
リビア、アル·クフラ今日 – 緑のライオンは戻ってきた！
- हरी शेर वापस लीबिया, अल कुफ़्र आज!
ليبيا، آل الكفرة اليوم – الاسود الخضراء هي مرة أخرى!
Libya, the Forbidden Truth by Milovan Drecun
Uploaded by WolkenZwemmer on Aug 11, 2011
Report by Milovan Drecun. The sound is rather bad, but you can turn the sound off, because the video has got English subtitles and the man speaks the Serb language.
“Al Qaeda will Kill Us All !! – Gaddafi Speech March 8, 2011 – YouTube.flv
Uploaded by nmuhmin on Jan 3, 2012
In a March 8, 2011 press conference, the great leader of the masses, Muammar Gadhafi indicated alcohol had been left in a mosque in Al Zawiyah by Al Qaeda “rebels” whom he described as “beasts with turbans” who knew nothing about Islam and who would “kill us all”. A frightening prediction that would soon come true for countless thousands of Libyans. Shame on those who spent the blood of the libyan people for their own selfish gain.
Libyan Prime Minister Baghdadi al-Mahmudi Acquitted of Charges in Tunisia
VICTORY TO GADDAFI AND LIBYA!
Libya, What Fox News Won’t Tell You, 1 of 13
Published on Oct 27, 2012 by AfriSynergy
The Truth About The War On Libya Government Lies Revealed A Government Conspiracy 2011
Uploaded on Nov 16, 2011
We have all seen in the news over the past year the terrible conflict in Libya, but we are not all aware of the true story.
We have heard a very one sided argument presented to us from our media.
We have heard many lies, which appear to be covering the truth from us so we cannot make a clear, fair judgment for ourselves.
This film has been created to show the people of the world another side of the story. The side from the Libyan people themselves.
We have been led to believe the majority of Libyans wanted an over throw of their governmental but this is far from the truth.
Please watch and leave comment, I believe the people should discuss this matter together with open eyes. All comments are welcome (Not SPAM)
Why Gaddafi had to die
In 2010 Muammar Gaddafi offered to invest US$97 billion in Africa to free it from Western influence, on condition that African states rid themselves of corruption and nepotism.
Gaddafi always dreamed of a developed, united Africa and was about to make that dream come true – and nothing is more terrifying to the West than a developed, united Africa.
Here is a selection of the initiatives Libya has already put in place in Africa, as well as some of the projects it is planning, explaining why the West’s illegal war against Libya also is a war against entire Africa.
AFRICAN UNION: Libya is one of the biggest contributors to the budget of the African Union. A Libyan diplomat told Reuters Libya is one of five countries – the others are Algeria, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa – which cover 75 percent of the Union’s budget. “Libya makes its full required contribution to AU funds. Not all countries do and that buys it influence,” a senior African Union official said.
MALI: For several years Mali has been confronted with the activities of the radical Islamist militia al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb in its northern deserts. Gaddafi’s money and diplomacy have helped to resolve conflicts in northern Mali between rebels and the government. In 2010 Libya (gave) Mali two security planes to combat insecurity in the north of the country.
CONGO:Libya put US$65 billion into sovereign wealth funds, including one specifically designed to make investments in Africa. The Libyan Arab African Investment Company, a vehicle of Libya’s Africa sovereign wealth fund, owned Le Meridien, one of the biggest hotels in Congo. In 2010, Libya planned to fund the building of a highway north of Congo’s capital Brazzaville, where also the building of a mosque was planned.
LIBERIA:Libya provided millions in investment projects, helping to strengthen the rule of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in one of Africa’s most impoverished nations. Gaddafi’s help included funding of a rubber processing factory built in Gbarnga, Bong County, a technical and vocational school for the handicapped, as well as Libyan assistance in helping Liberia tackle the food crisis and renovation for the Ducor Intercontinental Hotel.
NIGER: Also in Niger Gaddafi helped to prop up the government and the authorities. Libyan Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi Ali al-Mahmoudi visited Niger in August 2010 and announced the creation of a US$100 million investment fund for Niger as part of a strengthening of bilateral ties. Under earlier agreements, Libya contributed 100 million euro for the construction of a Trans-Sahara highway in the north of Niger, according to sources close to Niger’s Foreign Ministry. The local subsidiary of Libya Oil and were the major players in Niger’s fuel retailing business.
CHAD: Gaddafi was a key supporter of the government. Chad has been plagued by civil wars and invasions after its independence from France in 1960. After years of unrest, Gaddafi sealed a peace agreement for Chad between four Chadian rebel groups and the Chadian government in 2007, which agreement was signed in Sirte. In 2010 Libya made a huge investment in Chad’s National Telecom, which meant a boost of the number of the Chadian mobile phone users from 100 000 to two million.
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: Libya helped to prop up the fragile government, sending paratroopers into the capital in 2001 to defeat a rebel assault. In 2008 Gaddafi played a role in the formation of a peace agreement between the government and rebel groups.
MAURITANIA: Gaddafi was the first Head of State to visit after a 2008 coup which brought President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz to power. Aziz, who subsequently won a Presidential election, visited Gaddafi several times. Even Mauritanian opposition politicians went to Tripoli to pledge allegiance to the Libyan leader. Mauritania has debts to Libya of about US$200m. During discussions on debt relief in May 2010, the Libyan Central Bank announced Libya would provide US$50m in grants to build a hospital and a university. The university was to be named after Gaddafi.
SUDAN: The 20 000-troop peacekeeping mission in Dafur, jointly supported by the African Union and the United Nations, could be hampered if the AU loses funding from Gaddafi and destabilize the country. Gaddafi, who blamed the crisis in Darfur on Israel, made a number of attempts to broker peace talks between Darfur rebels and the Sudanese government.
In October 2010, Gaddafi warned ahead of a vote on possible independence for South Sudan that a partition of the country would be a “contagious disease” that could spread to other African states.
ETHIOPIA: The African Union, based in Ethiopia’s capital, could find itself in financial trouble if it loses the massive support from Libya. Under Gaddafi’s rule, Libya supplied 15 percent of the AU’s membership dues, and it also paid the dues of many smaller and poorer African nations. To seek for a solution of the Eritrea-Ethiopia conflict, Gaddafi sent a special envoy to Ethiopia in 2000. In 2008, Oil Libya bought Shell Ethiopia. This agreement also included retaining all Shell employees, who were hoping to work in a better environment.
SOMALIA: The African Union peace keeping mission, whose 8 000 soldiers are crucial to the battle against Islamic radicals in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu, could be severely weakened if the AU lost Libya’s financial support. In 2008 Libya decided to grant an investment fund to Somalia through the Sahel-Saharan Investment and Trade Bank to fund infrastructures such as roads and bridges within Somalia.
GAMBIA:Libyan firms owned two hotels and the “Dream Park” entertainment center in Gambia. Gambian agriculture received support from Libya, including a donation of seven new tractors. In 2009 Gaddafi gave two camels to Gambian President Yahya Jammeh as a gift. The Libyan and Gambian Presidents exchanged visits and senior Gambian officials attended ceremonies to mark the anniversary of Gaddafi coming to power. On September 7, 2009 Gambia celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Al Fateh Revolution: “In Libya everyone enjoys Freedom!”
Iran and Syria’s turn
Some researchers are pointing out that Iran is one of only three countries left in the world whose central bank is not under Rothschild control.
Before 9/11 there were reportedly seven: Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea and Iran. By 2003, however, Afghanistan and Iraq were swallowed up by the Rothschild octopus, and by 2011 Sudan and Libya were also gone. In Libya, a Rothschild bank was established in Benghazi while the country was still at war.
Islam forbids the charging of interest,a major problem for the Rothschild banking system. Until a few hundred years ago, charging interest was also forbidden in the Christian world and was even punishable by death.
It was considered exploitation and enslavement.
Since the Rothschilds took over the Bank of England around 1815, they have been expanding their banking control over all the countries of the world.
Their method has been to get a country’s corrupt politicians to accept massive loans, which they can never repay, and thus go into debt to the Rothschild banking powers.
If a leader refuses to accept the loan, he is oftentimes either ousted or assassinated. And if that fails, invasions can follow, and a Rothschild usury-based bank is established.
The Rothschilds exert powerful influence over the world’s major news agencies. By repetition, the masses are duped into believing horror stories about evil villains.
The Rothschilds control the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, the IMF, the World Bank and the Bank of International Settlements.
They also own most of the gold in the world as well as the London Gold Exchange, which sets the price of gold every day.
It is said the family owns over half the wealth of the planet — estimated by Credit Suisse to be US$231 trillion — and is controlled by Evelyn Rothschild, the current head of the family. – America Free Press
Mysteries of Muammar Gaddafi’s death
October 20 marked one year of the death of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The politician died a horrible death: Gaddafi was first tortured and then executed. Initially, it was claimed that the Colonel had been killed in a shootout. However, after the video of the terrible tortures spread around the world, the version of death in the shootout ceased to exist.
By this date, Human Rights Watch (HRW), an international human rights organization, released new evidence showing that Gaddafi, contrary to the official version, had not been accidentally wounded in a shootout. The newly released data shows that he was tortured by rebels. Afterwards, they killed his son Mutassim and 66 Qaddafi supporters. All the prisoners were subjected to severe tortures before death. The human rights organization published a 50-page report, “Death of a Dictator: Bloody Vengeance in Sirte.” The report emphasizes that the Libyan authorities have not kept their promise to investigate the death of Colonel Gaddafi and punish all those responsible for the massacre. HRW accused the Libyan government of harboring war criminals.
The report may damage the reputation of the Libyan authorities in the eyes of the West even further, after the recent assassination of U.S. ambassador, Christopher Stevens. At first, rebels claimed that Gaddafi was hiding in the drainage system and that he was seized there. Then it turned out that he wanted to break out of Sirte with 50 cars of his supporters. NATO forces bombed the column, and Gaddafi and his entourage was captured.
The prisoners were divided. The rebels immediately began to torture Gaddafi. They took his son to Misurata, where he was interrogated and then killed. Other followers of the colonel were placed underneath a concrete wall, where they were beaten and later executed. The rebels shot Mutassim Gaddafi on video. When he was being questioned, he was drinking water and smoking. In the evening, his body with a wound on the throat, which could not be seen on the previous videos, was not shown to people.
HRW interviewed several witnesses of the dictator’s captivity, particularly his surviving followers. The human rights activists also studied numerous recordings that the rebels made on their mobile phones and posted on the web. Some of them show the moment, when Gaddafi was captured. Director of Emergency Management HRW Peter Bouckaert is certain that the events that took place a year ago were nothing but a brutal war crime. The execution of prisoners took place without any trial. Under international law, the execution of prisoners of war is a war crime, and the Libyan authorities were obliged to investigate the crime and punish those responsible for it.
(**** and who will force the Libyan authorities and FUKUS to investigate the matter after all Qaddafi knew too much for their liking’s and he should die! There was no negotiation from the beginning the FUKUS wanted Qaddafi dead no exile no resigning from the government, no nothing, THEY wanted him DEAD FROM THE START! I never said anything before but its time to speak up! That is why he did not step down, Qaddafi tried to negotiate with them telling them NOT TO BOMB LIBYA THAT HE WOULD STEP DOWN THAT HE WOULD GO TO EXILE WHAT EVER THEY WANTED, AND THE ANSWER WAS “NO WE WANT YOU DEAD YOU KNOW TOO MUCH SO YOU CAN NOT STAY ALIVE” THAT MY FRIENDS I KNOW FROM A CONFIRMED SOURCE WHICH UNFORTUNATELY HAS GONE TO HEAVEN BUT BEFORE HE LEFT THIS FORSAKEN WORLD HE TOLD ME, and as I didn’t believe him he played the tape which I heard it word for word and that is when his children decided to go to war and said that Qaddafi isn’t going anywhere! Unfortunately the tape has been destroyed and the man has gone to heaven.)
Gaddafi was injured; he was bleeding. Instead of providing medical help to the colonel, the rebels began to brutally beat and bayonet him. In one of the videos posted on the Internet by the rebels, one can see Muammar Gaddafi being dragged on the ground. Someone bayonets him in the buttocks. When they finally took him to hospital, the colonel was showing no sign of life, which can be clearly seen on video.
Gaddafi’s guards were shot dead at a hotel located nearby. On October 22, 2011 HRW staff found there the remains of 53 people. Most of the victims had their hands tied; they were shot in the back of the head. The human rights organization compared the faces of the dead with the persons who could be seen on videos. They found 17 complete matches. These facts ramshackle the official version that said that the supporters of Gaddafi and himself died in the crossfire.
Human Rights Watch does not see any wish of the Libyan authorities to investigate the events that happened on October 20, 2011 near Sirte, and punish those responsible. HRW even found the names of rebel commanders who gave the order to shoot the prisoners, thus committing a war crime. All the evidence was handed over to the Libyan authorities, but the latter showed no response. This was the basis for disclosing the results of the investigation - the most heinous one during the whole experience of HRW.
However, experts say that even if the government in Tripoli wanted to prosecute the commanders, who ordered to kill the prisoners, it would be hard for them to do it. The central government does not control the situation in many regions. The Attempts to arrest local commanders would lead to new bloodshed. The facts released by HRW can split the Libyan government with key Western states.
It seems that Western “builders of democracy,” who supported the Libyan rebels against Colonel Gaddafi, built a strange democracy there. Its quality was questioned during the moment when the Libyans were filmed near Gaddafi’s corpse and was shattered after the recent assassination of the U.S. ambassador. To crown it all, numerous reports from the war-torn country say that armed gangs still happily exist in Libya, although they are no longer needed there. Perhaps, the European countries that launched the military operation in Libya, are now more preoccupied with the economic situation in their own countries, rather than with the situation in Libya.
Moreover, Sarkozy, the main supporter of NATO’s invasion of Libya, is no longer in power, and France is now not worried much about the situation in Tripoli. NATO’s operation against Gaddafi started and ended illegally. It was launched on the base of the corrupted UN Security Council Resolution from 1973. The resolution entitled only to protect civilians – it did not stipulate a combat operation. The end of this operation was also illegal: the extrajudicial murder of the ex-leader of the country.
The brutal murder of Muammar Gaddafi by a crowd of rebels received a predictable response from the US authorities. American officials welcomed the murder. Barack Obama, being a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was supposed to condemn it, at least for decency. He did not. Law ceases to exist as soon as it interferes with an intention of U.S. authorities to get what they want. The moral responsibility for the murder of Gaddafi lies on the President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, and on other leaders of NATO members. They warped the essence of the UN resolution and began the bloody war.
The Libyan precedent should be the last in this sense. It is no coincidence that China and Russia did not sanction NATO and the U.S. for the destruction of Syria’s. Russia and China did not vote for the resolution, which would formally impose sanctions, but would then be interpreted as the right to kill the Syrian leadership. After all, there is an obvious trend: first – Milosevic, then – Hussein, and then – Gaddafi. None of these politicians attacked the U.S. and Europe.
The first lesson to be learned from the life and death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi - is that a political leader should not relax. Gaddafi believed that he was on good terms with the West. In addition, he had a strong presence in Africa, serving as the President of the African Union, uniting 53 states.
The second lesson is that a person, who stays in power for a long time, must be very realistic about political situation. Gaddafi could not adequately assess the internal state of affairs. Libya exploded as a result of the Arab Spring that struck Tunisia and Egypt. Gaddafi clearly underestimated the Arab Spring.
The third lesson – Gaddafi had to stop on time. If he had left power about 5 years ago, it would have remained a respected former head of the country. Younger politicians would have visited him for advice and, most importantly, he would have been alive. (**** we agree to disagree on this lesson)