posted on Sep, 1 2011 @ 04:26 PM
Perhaps we are all blinded by the trees in the forest.
Take a look at Libya’s assets and accounts in “foreign” countries.
If Kaddafi was such an “all for me and none for all” type guy, why would he be transferring all that wealth out of Libya and into the hives of
TPTB for the last 40 years.?
The fact is Kaddafi is an installed leader just like most, a mid-level agent of TPTB, inc.
TPTB gave him an option to exercise and he took the deal when he took over the CEO job of Libya, Inc.
He will retire will plenty of benefits at an undisclosed location of course. His trial and/or death will be fabricated with a double, as was Saddam
Hussein’s and others.
An article from last March has a partial list of “investments” controlled by the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA), and “investments” owned by
the Libyan central bank.
The Libyan Investment Authority was, oddly enough, recently formed in 2006…. Hmmm?
Stop and think how many $100’s of Billions has gone to TPTB holding tanks since 1969 !!$$!!
The LIA, Libya's largest store of oil savings, controls about US$64 billion (Dh235.06bn) of assets. [color=limegreen]It owns 3 per cent of
Pearson, the publisher of the Financial Times, and 7.5 per cent of Juventus Football Club, according to regulatory disclosures in November. It
also has 2.6 per cent of UniCredit, one of Italy's largest banks, and 2 per cent of Finmeccanica, an Italian conglomerate.
Any freeze on those assets could further restrain the regime from using financial muscle to quash the popular uprising.
Pearson said yesterday the LIA's 3.27 per cent holding was "effectively frozen", as its lawyers advised that the shares were subject to UN and UK
sanctions. The company has told the LIA that it "will not register any transfer or pay any dividend in respect of the shares until further notice".
Other government institutions also boast big foreign holdings. [color=limegreen]The Libyan central bank owns an additional 4 per cent of UniCredit,
plus almost 60 per cent of Bahrain's Arab Banking Corporation (ABC) and 14.45 per cent of Arab Insurance Group in Bahrain. ABC
said on Monday it had not been affected by the global asset freezes.
World divided on what Libyan assets to freeze .. Mar 2,
Current assets frozen are between $50 Billion and $100 Billion !!!
Now that NATO has just about destroyed most of Libya’s infrastructures, the next move is to award all the rebuilding contracts and continue the
exploitations of resources at a faster rate than before, since all new equipment will soon be in use.
The ancient merchant/business/banking elites have been in business for 1000’s of years.
The life of Corporations continues on regardless of who dies !
And Now They Meet to Decide the Fate of the Spoils !
edit on Sep-01-2011 by xuenchen because: