Originally posted by ignant
As of back in the year 2000, there were seven countries without a Rothschild-owned Central Bank:
Then.......... along came the convenient terror of 9-11 and soon Iraq and Afghanistan had been added to the Roths bank list, leaving only five
countries without a Central Bank owned by the Rothschild Family:
The only countries left in 2011 without a Central Bank owned by the Rothschild Family are:
First off I want to say that It's common knowledge to anyone who thinks for themself that what happened in Libya was anything but democratic. I mean
within the first weak they had a central bank in place and were stealing oil to sell to Qatar. Gaddafi was a beloved leader who used his country's
wealth to benefit the lives of it's people. No Libyan in their right mind would protest the system that was in place. From monthly deposit's from
the oil trade, free electricity, free water, no taxes on food, interest free loans by law to free universal healthcare, free education including
college and university and also free study abroad.
The Libyans ran their own country.They had people's congresses where anybody could give his opinion. Libya has also been fighting Al Qaeda for
decades, long before the "war on terror." East of Libya was a strong recruiting ground for fighters in Iraq. Those are the same people that were
given money, arms, supplies, training and the NATO airforce. The war is far from over. The green resistance is very strong, in fact they have recently
liberated the town of Al Kufra. The NTC is very weak, they control nothing. The foreign backed terrorist militias fight for control of different parts
of Libya. It is chaos. There are many different brigades such as the North Misrata brigade, the Belhadj brigade, the Hefter brigade, The salabi
brigade, the Zintan's, etc. These are the main one's that i'm aware of and they constantly fight each other, with many deaths resulting.
The Zintan brigade has Saif Al Islam(Gaddafi's most influential son) in custody and has for quite a long time now. The NTC and all other brigades
have demanded they release him to Tripoli. They don't because they fear he will end up like his father. The NTC is in big trouble. Abdel Jalil has
escaped assassination twice, once beng shot in the hand. And Abdel Hakim Belhadj was also almost killed, and his brother was killed in Libya. I for
one wouldn't count out Libya just yet, they are very capable of getting ther country, inluding their bank, back under their control.
In regards to your list, Ignant. I remember your post as it's near identical to the one in the "Rothschild's want Iran's Banks," thread, I
suppose you missed my reply in that thread. There are currently 5 countries, not 3. They are Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Sudan and Venezuala.
Venezuala payed off all debt to the IMF and world bank in 2007 under Chavez. They control their own bank now and now debt free.
Sudan still does not have a Rothschild controlled bank. South Sudan does yes, but Sudan does not. South Sudan has 90% of all of Sudan's oil and have
recently turned off the oil, at the request of the US. Sudan is now in a difficult position and IMO Sudan will be a very hot place in terms of
conflict in the near future. Al- Bashir although has helped the rebels and the west in Libya with troops, ammo and weapons, and most recently he
deployed his airforce to bomb the city of Al Kufra after it was liberated by the Green Resistance.