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Libya: All About Oil, or All About Banking?

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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:11 AM
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Libya: All About Oil, or All About Banking?


www.blacklistednews.com

In a statement released last week, the rebels reported on the results of a meeting held on March 19. Among other things, the supposed rag-tag revolutionaries announced the “[d]esignation of the Central Bank of Benghazi as a monetary authority competent in monetary policies in Libya and appointment of a Governor to the Central Bank of Libya, with a temporary headquarters in Benghazi.”

Newman quoted CNBC senior editor John Carney, who asked, “Is this the first time a revolutionary group has created a central bank while it is still in the midst of fighting the entrenched political power?
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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:11 AM
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The picture becomes clearer.

Gadaffi wanted to cease trading in dollars and euro's for oil (and other things) and wanted to create a mideast version of the euro for the purpose of oil trading.

The last country to do this was Iraq - and we all saw how that turned out.

Iran has done the same, and they are on the receiving end of the western propaganda machine.

Oil and money - just follow the two and people, as ever, can see the truth behind the lies.

Libya and Gadaffi are being bombed for no other reasons than economic ones, despite how the corporate media and governments try to spin it.

Protecting national interests overseas?
Or economic imperialism?

www.blacklistednews.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:22 AM
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Originally posted by budski

Protecting national interests overseas?
Or economic imperialism?





Read "Confessions of an economic hit man" and other documentation and you'll understand that military action is only one wing of US empire. Another weapon frequently used in rape and pillage of the world is the IMF and World Bank.

If you want the barest glimpse of just how insanely dirty fedgov has become, read up on the revelations of Sibel Edmonds (FBI wiretap translator/Whistle Blower) among many, many others. It's almost as if our government has been taken over by "people" completely divorced from the human condition and who care nothing about the founding principles of the US.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:26 AM
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I watched an ITN report of a child who was hit by gaddaffi shells. He looked dazed and blooded. He died of his injuries whilst being filmed. Its about him.. Also, the initial anti gaddaffi protest resulted in mass deaths by gaddaffi. Its about them. It is about a regime who would kill anyone who spoke out about them. I do not deny that oil plays a part, but i doubt our pilots think that. Its about saving lives and i am proud my country is playing its part



 
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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:29 AM
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They don't grow dope in Lybia
( like Afghanistan)
so oil, banking
and
WATER

oh yeah,
They have a pile of GOLD,
and they didn't do Lockerbie
but they did pay for that with sanctions..
They also did have some big bank accounts...(confiscated)
heh heh

They didn't support war on Iran

OH FLASH!

On the Radio ( power hour, genesis communications )
the rebels just asked for a 2 BILLION dollar loan
I guess for their new IMF central bank...
*Faceplant*
ooops heh heh PALM


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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:33 AM
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camera man didn't know anything about first aid...?
did you see the guy who pulled trigger?

who sold the munitions to the war zone?
both sides
Britian?
( nods yes...



yes, after framing the country for something like lockerbie
now lets bomb them and steal everything they own...
you brits make landmines too no?

the falklands had oil too it turns out...

Iraq too...
there appears to be a pattern here
www.abovetopsecret.com...
yemen is next according to Lindsey Williams...
so is 150 to 200 usd a barrel oil


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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:34 AM
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Originally posted by Yissachar1
I watched an ITN report of a child who was hit by gaddaffi shells. He looked dazed and blooded. He died of his injuries whilst being filmed. Its about him.. Also, the initial anti gaddaffi protest resulted in mass deaths by gaddaffi. Its about them. It is about a regime who would kill anyone who spoke out about them. I do not deny that oil plays a part, but i doubt our pilots think that. Its about saving lives and i am proud my country is playing its part



 
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What about the 300,000+ children your country has helped murder in the on-going
dastardly wars on fake terror?
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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:37 AM
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Originally posted by Yissachar1
I watched an ITN report of a child who was hit by gaddaffi shells. He looked dazed and blooded. He died of his injuries whilst being filmed. Its about him.. Also, the initial anti gaddaffi protest resulted in mass deaths by gaddaffi. Its about them.




I can't help but wonder if Gaddaffi's child looked like that when she died during US bombing in 1986 (along with other civilians). I can't help but wonder what victims of the "School of the Americas" graduates looked like when they died. Like the raped and murdered nuns in Central America.

As an amateur historian, I know what our flag represents - both good and bad. For the most part, I'm deeply ashamed. The people running our country are criminals and have been for quite time.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:40 AM
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Well thats it right there...
it isn't the average dumb peep

it is the criminals that got to where they are
because no one else could stoop that low...
and live with it.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:42 AM
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I do not support the "war on terror" and neither does the vast majority of this country, but i do support this. Benghazi would be a blood bath now if not for us so take your right on comments and shove them in that sweet spot you are talking out of.


 
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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 08:05 AM
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stop watching the televison news you must be watching...it's lying to you...do your own research and come to your own conclusion,you could start with ATS,as there is loads of facts and truths on this site,about libya.

most of the people in libya infact like gaddafi..your all brain washed from the media over who gaddafi is and about,that you don't bother to check if all of this is true.

i've posted this before on ats,but i feel you need to watch it.


don't be fooled into thinking this is a humanitarian mission..or about oil...

gaddafi was actively trying to move away from the enslavemnt of the dollar....and if the african union was to fall inline with gaddafi on this,which they were all rumoured to be in-favored of,it would set a domino effect across the globe.

FACT:
Only five nations in the world left without a Rothschild controlled central bank: Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Cuba, and Libya.

am i the only one who see's the irony that Bank of Benghazi as a monetary authority competent in monetary policies in Libya are now in-effect while they don't even know who the rebels really are or about and still in the middle of this so called civil war...it's unheard of in history of civil wars.....it's so amazingly obvious whats going on here,so in your face obvious....

EDIT: the western private banking megalomaniac warmongers created all of this not gaddafi,so they can keep there agenda of ultimate power and enslavement of the planet.

just Iran/Sudan/Cuba and North Korea left now. ..and they already started making trouble in sudan...its like there in some mad rush to complete this secret agenda...or they realized more and more people are on to them now,so its full stream ahead regardless of how obvious it is.


latest on sudan...watch this space.




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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 08:15 AM
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This is about CONTROL and Libya as at the top of this list.

www.responsibilitytoprotect.org...

This is Soros' International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect. Based on their own guidelines for intervention, they need to add Iran and China to their list.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 08:16 AM
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Originally posted by Yissachar1
I watched an ITN report of a child who was hit by gaddaffi shells. He looked dazed and blooded. He died of his injuries whilst being filmed. Its about him.. Also, the initial anti gaddaffi protest resulted in mass deaths by gaddaffi. Its about them. It is about a regime who would kill anyone who spoke out about them. I do not deny that oil plays a part, but i doubt our pilots think that. Its about saving lives and i am proud my country is playing its part



 
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Proud that your country has caused another war over oil. Proud that your country is wiling to kill anyone anywhere in order to keep its petro-chemical dollar flowing (Google the term if you don't know it). Proud that your country and the ultra rich within it are making more profit from death and murder. Good on you mate, feel good, have nice dreams in your comfortable, warm, secure bed tonight.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 08:47 AM
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Originally posted by Yissachar1
Reply to post by pshea38
 


I do not support the "war on terror" and neither does the vast majority of this country, but i do support this. Benghazi would be a blood bath now if not for us so take your right on comments and shove them in that sweet spot you are talking out of.


 
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Sure it would mate. And you keep believing what your honourable beeb spoonfeeds you,
like a good, robotic, unquestioning little child. Just like the US, ye feign to be the solution to all the
worlds woes, when in fact ye are, and have always been, the problem.
BTW.. there are no real, actual battles ongoing in libya. All we are shown is faked
propaganda, as is par for the course these days, to justify intervention in a sovereign
nations political ideology. This is all about bringing every country on earth under the
auspices of a world banking system, to pave the way for the imminent new world order.
Now your turn to shove that in your not so sweet, sweaty, spotty crease.

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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:00 AM
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Originally posted by pshea38

Originally posted by Yissachar1
Reply to post by pshea38
 


I do not support the "war on terror" and neither does the vast majority of this country, but i do support this. Benghazi would be a blood bath now if not for us so take your right on comments and shove them in that sweet spot you are talking out of.


 
Posted Via ATS Mobile: m.abovetopsecret.com
 



Sure it would mate. And you keep believing what your honourable beeb spoonfeeds you,
like a good, robotic, unquestioning little child. Just like the US, ye feign to be the solution to all the
worlds woes, when in fact ye are, and have always been, the problem.
BTW.. there are no real, actual battles ongoing in libya. All we are shown is faked
propaganda, as is par for the course these days, to justify intervention in a sovereign
nations political ideology. This is all about bringing every country on earth under the
auspices of a world banking system, to pave the way for the imminent new world order.
Now your turn to shove that in your not so sweet, sweaty, spotty crease.

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Well, I say! What a strong opinion! And so elequently voiced. Long live the ne world order and the banks that pay for their endeavours! Long live the internet where we may all have our own opinions and air them without prejudice. Now lets all go out and expend some more expensive amunition so that the media have something to lie about and the arms companies can make more profit, the people can be mislead, and we can all be 1 step closer to our doom. Yipeee!!!



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:07 AM
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Nice to see you've fallen hook line and sinker for the party line.

If it's about saving lives, why aren't the US in half a dozen other african countries, not to mention sri lanka and other war zones.

It's about economic imperialism - the pilots follow orders, the orders come from the corpoorate and oil bosses via their political stooges.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:22 AM
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Originally posted by Yissachar1
I watched an ITN report of a child who was hit by gaddaffi shells. He looked dazed and blooded. He died of his injuries whilst being filmed.


Yes but i guess these bombs the americans are dropping from 30,000 feet never kill children on the other side because we don't see any on ITN news.

I know lets give the terrorists, Sorry rebels some more guns so that can ask gaddifi and his suporters to flee the country or did you beleive the BS the press is putting out that he has suporters at home.

Fact is Gadaffi has just as much suport from his own tribe as Obama has in the USA because a lot of people want to see the back of him too but unless the zionists say he must go then Obama can continue to take away the freedom for americans to see both sides of the news.

Did you know a lot of news channels are banned in the home of the free.

We can all play the child death card and thats shows how desperate they have become and yet the people in Lybia had a dam site more freedom than people in saudia arabia but nothing gets said.

Don't do the devils bidding and be taken in by this zionist BS because its selective reporting at best and dam right lies at worse.

Just look at the lies where no-fly = boots on the ground and WMD lies from the cock suckers running the show.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:27 AM
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I reckon the western dogs of war will eventually lose in Libya...just like in Iraq/Afghanistan/Pakistan.
The simple fact most western people don`t understand, is that people want to be free, not slaves,puppets and dupes.

No doubt Libya will be bombed back to the dark ages, but I know that once a people ahve tasted freedom, like they have under Gadaffi, they will never go willingly into the night.

Long live the Libyan arab socialist revolution!



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:30 AM
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Theres a few details missing from the story.

af.reuters.com...



Tarhouni, a U.S. based academic and exile opposition figure, was designated last week by the Benghazi-based national council to steer its financial and oil policy.

He said the rebel leadership had set up an escrow account monitored by auditors that would be used to receive revenues from oil sales.

The rebels also plan to take out loans backed by Libya's sovereign wealth fund, he said.

"We would keep the fund frozen until the entire country is liberated," said Tarhouni. "Instead, what we will do is take loans backed by the sovereign fund."

He said he saw no serious liquidity problems for the rebels, who were well placed in terms of foreign currency reserves. (Writing by Edmund Blair and Tom Pfeiffer in Cairo; Editing by Elizabeth Fullerton and David


So Ali A. Tarhouni takes over the economy of captured Libyan cities. Where did he come from the USA.

www.washington.edu...



Ali A. Tarhouni, a senior lecturer in the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, has been named finance minister by the Libyan opposition national council. The group is arranging a transitional government in the event Moammar Gadhafi is ousted from power.

“Tarhouni understands the Western mentality,” opposition spokeswoman Iman Bugaighis told Reuters. Rita Zawaideh, owner of Caravan-Serai Tours in Seattle and a friend of Tarhouni, confirmed that he has been named to the post.

“We hope Ali and his relatives are safe and not in harm’s way. We're also proud to have one of our longtime faculty members playing a significant role in Libya’s transitional government,” said James Jiambalvo, dean of the Foster School.

Tarhouni, 60, holds a doctorate in economics and finance from Michigan State University.



af.reuters.com...



* Rebel official sees oil shipments within a week

* Says rebel-held eastern Libya has no money problems

* Sees Brega terminal operating again for domestic supply

(Adds detail)

By Alexander Dziadosz

BENGHAZI, Libya, March 27 (Reuters) - A senior Libyan rebel official said on Sunday Gulf oil producer Qatar had agreed to market crude oil produced from east Libyan fields which are no longer in the control of Muammar Gaddafi.

"We contacted the oil company of Qatar and thankfully they agreed to take all the oil that we wish to export and market this oil for us," said Ali Tarhouni, a rebel official in charge of economic, financial and oil matters.

"Our next shipment will be in less than a week," Tarhouni told reporters in the rebel-held eastern city of Benghazi.

State-owned Qatar Petroleum said it had no comment.


And he is already set to sale oil to Qatar.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:57 AM
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This is not an either or subject. It is both plus global control.


This is how it all went down. The Crown temple was formed by groups of Bankers and Lawyers and they devised a plan. In 1913 they signed a surrender treaty with the U.S. removing power from the Government and enslaving every citizen. In 1933 the US declared bankruptcy and the Crown Temple took possession of the land and mineral rights. fskrealityguide.blogspot.com...
This sparked a new plan and they went to the Arabian countries and devised an agreement with them for their oil. If they allowed drilling, the money, minus fees, costs and services, would be put into and account, but they could not touch it for 30 years. Then they helped most of the European, and African Countries out of bankruptcy. Then on to South America.( Then when the Thirty years came up in the 80s they called in their dept and took over almost every country on the planet through finances, land and mineral rights, and judicial systems). Because they are not a Government but a corporation, they had to Change the Law to suit them. They took the copyright to capital letters and began to alter Maritime Law or the law of water. This law structure is designed by business and acted upon by business and therefore gives them rights to judge a company. They then required of THEIR governments to issue "BIRTH" certificates(birth is a maritime word) that were then turned into companies by capitalizing all the letters making you a company not a Human being. You are then, by way of your bond(created from your birth) in open trading. You act as if you are your name. This is how they get you. What you need to understand is you are a Human(presumably) and your name is what you are called. You are separate, but every time you use one of their words you link yourself to your fictitious company self. The Law of Water was renamed Statutes and instituted on land. As you are a company, you fall under their law, not constitutional law, thus as Bush said "The Constitution is nothing but a piece of paper" There you have it in a nutshell as to who is in control and why things are happening .

P.S. The Arab Nations are the only ones they did not get in the transaction so go back to the 80s and look to the war history with new eyes.
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