WHY Did The United States Really Topple LIBYA – Same Reason They Want To Topple ASSAD?

by Pamela Williams
Hillary Clinton, as Secretary of State under President  Barack Obama, seems to have gotten away with all her crimes against the American people.  Of course, it was not just the American people she betrayed  There are many around the world whose suffering has been revived by Clinton.  When she and Obama toppled Muammar Qaddafi in Libya, they invited in a new modern day slavery.  
The ISIS invasion brought with it a revival of  human trafficking, slavery, and flesh markets.  I think the word “freed” was what she did for the Libyan people after brutally murdering Qaddafi.  That “freedom” brought Libya into anarchy and bloodshed followed.  The US inspired ISIS was more than happy to bring crucifixtion, decapitation, and sex slavery into Libya.  Now, a thriving human slavery market has emerged, thanks to Clinton and Obama.  
It seems globalists always use the word “free” to describe their policy of toppling another  government, and opening up a void terrorists are happy to fill.  Why do these elites have such a pattern of action in other Countries?  What do they really want?  What is really behind this policy?  
First, lets take a look at Qaddafi.  Could allowing Qaddafi to stay in power be worse for the Libyan people than human trafficking, sex slavery, and migration out of their home Country?  
Here are somethings I am sure you did not know about Qaddafi:

  1. In Libya a home is considered a natural human right

In Qaddafi’s Green Book it states: ”The house is a basic need of both the individual and the family, therefore it should not be owned by others”. Qaddafi’s Green Book is the formal leader’s political philosophy, it was first published in 1975 and was intended reading for all Libyans even being included in the national curriculum.

  1. Education and medical treatment were all free

Under Qaddafi, Libya could boast one of the best healthcare services in the Middle East and Africa.  Also if a Libyan citizen could not access the desired educational course or correct medical treatment in Libya they were funded to go abroad.

  1. Qaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project

The largest irrigation system in the world also known as the great manmade river was designed to make water readily available to all Libyan’s across the entire country. It was funded by the Qaddafi government and it said that Qaddafi himself called it ”the eighth wonder of the world”.

  1. It was free to start a farming business

If any Libyan wanted to start a farm they were given a house, farm land and live stock and seeds all free of charge.

  1. A bursary was given to mothers with newborn babies

When a Libyan woman gave birth she was given 5000 (US dollars) for herself and the child.

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  1. Electricity was free

Electricity was free in Libya meaning absolutely no electric bills!

  1.  Cheap petrol

During Qaddafi’s reign the price of petrol in Libya was as low as 0.14 (US dollars) per litre.

  1. Qaddafi raised the level of education

Before Qaddafi only 25% of Libyans were literate. This figure was brought up to 87% with 25% earning university degrees.

  1. Libya had It’s own state bank

Libya had its own State bank, which provided loans to citizens at zero percent interest by law and they had no external debt.

  1. The gold dinar

Before the fall of Tripoli and his untimely demise, Qaddafi was trying to introduce a single African currency linked to gold. Following in the foot steps of the late great pioneer Marcus Garvey who first coined the term ”United States of Africa”. Gaddafi wanted to introduce and only trade in the African gold Dinar  – a move which would have thrown the world economy into chaos.
The Dinar was widely opposed by the ‘elite’ of today’s society and who could blame them. African nations would have finally had the power to bring itself out of debt and poverty and only trade in this precious commodity. They would have been able to finally say ‘no’ to external exploitation and charge whatever they felt suitable for precious resources. It has been said that the gold Dinar was the real reason for the NATO led rebellion, in a bid to oust the outspoken leader.
Now, I want you to read the following very carefully:
Buried amid tens of thousands of pages of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s secret emails, now being made public by the US Government, is a devastating email exchange between Clinton and her confidential adviser, Sid Blumenthal. It’s about Qaddafi and the US-coordinated intervention in 2011 to topple the Libyan ruler. It’s about GOLD and a potentially existential threat to the future of the US DOLLAR as world reserve currency. It’s about Qaddafi’s plans then for the gold-based Dinar for Africa and the Arab oil world.
Two paragraphs in a recently declassified email from the illegal private server used by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the US-orchestrated war to destroy Libya’s Qaddafi in 2011 reveal a tightly-held SECRET AGENDA behind the Obama Administration’s war against Qaddafi, cynically named “RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT.”
Barack Obama, a weak President, delegated all presidential responsibility for the Libya war to Clinton. Clinton, who was an early backer of an Arab “regime change,” using the secret Muslim Brotherhood, invoked the new, bizarre principle of “responsibility to protect” (R2P) to justify the Libyan war, which she quickly turned into a NATO-led war. Under R2P, a silly notion promoted by the networks of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations, CLINTON CLAIMED WITH NO PROOF, THAT QADDAFI WAS BOMBING INNOCENT LIBYAN CIVILIANS IN THE BENGHAZI REGION.
NOW, THIS SOUNDS VERY FAMILIAR!  Is the United States trying to do the exact same thing in Syria?
Lets look at Assad and some of his actions as President of Syria:

  1. Assad has the support of many Christians within the country.
  2. The reason many Christians in Syria support Assad is because he has vowed to protect them from IS and other jihadists. By Middle Eastern standards, the Assad regime, including his father’s tenure as president, have treated Christians fairly.
  3. While some Christians initially saw reforms and pushes for democratization as a good thing, the optimism quickly soured as anti-Assad Islamist factions radicalized.
  4. A country of some 22 million, Syria has been wracked by a violent civil war that began in early 2011 and has so far killed over 100,000 people; it’s also created some two million refugees, half of them children. Peaceful protests presumably inspired by the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia rose up to challenge the country’s iron-fisted dictatorship, but the government responded by openly killing activists and terrorizing their families. Armed civilians then organized into rebel groups. 
  5. Assad is said to have learned from his father: Back in the early 1980s, then-dictator Hafez al-Assad, in responding to a Muslim Brotherhood-led uprising, killed thousands of civilians.
  6. Russia is Syria’s most vital ally: The country regularly supplies Syria with weapons. Iran is another key ally. 

It is very clear that Bashar Assad IS NOT the man Qaddafi was.  Qaddafi seemed to be a good President, and he seemed to care very deeply for his Country.  He was toppled by the globalists for gold and oil.
Assad does appear to be someone who does not really care about his people, and he has murdered innocent civilians in his regime.
Do the globalists really care about the above?  I do not think so, because of what they have done themselves for riches including oil.
We are hoping for the best in Syria, but we do know Assad is not a good leader to his people, and he has actually acted like the Elites of this World.
Source:  www.thefiscaltimes.com/Articles/2013/09/10/Syria-Crisis-13-Things-You-Didn%E2%80%99t-Know-About-Bashar-al-Assad


13 thoughts on “WHY Did The United States Really Topple LIBYA – Same Reason They Want To Topple ASSAD?”

  1. He was elected in honest elections (the U.S. should try it) and is loved by the Syrian people. The rest of your article is excellent and should be must read for everyone.

  2. Assad, despite all his flaws (some of which are fictitious propaganda, but some of which are very likely real) is the only one who can prevent Syria from falling apart into different countries (much like what happened to Yugoslavia after Tito).
    That’s why many Syrians who aren’t overly fond of Assad support him nevertheless.
    Of course, the US and Israel want the exact opposite – they want Syria to fall apart so there’s nobody left to complain about Israel stealing the oil under the Golan Heights.
    The primary US interest in Syria is the fact that Syria currently provides Russia with access to the Mediterranean. Can’t tolerate any opposition there. Only slave states are allowed to have access to the Mediterranean.

  3. If Assad was Ghengis Khan or Mother Teresa it really doesn’t matter. What matters is oil, oil, oil, either stolen from illegally occupied territory in Golan Heights, or piped through from Qatar once Syria has been reduced to smouldering rubble and incapable of resisting the construction of a US controlled pipeline. “Regime change” equates to murder and theft.

  4. Infinite psychopathy, intense greed, oil & gas interests and pipelines, the creation of Greater Israel, total ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, the extinction of Western Christian civilization… to name a few factors in today’s satanic agenda of the inbreds behind the curtain!

    • It was all best said by Lord Acton long ago.
      ‘Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
      The United States’ establishment is very near the last stages of that inevitable process.
      Israel and its greedy expansion against all rule of law and respect for human rights, by the way, are directly or indirectly responsible for virtually every horror in the Mideast for fifteen years.Some they handled directly, many the US handled for them.
      What is mistakenly called “international terror” is nothing but the work of desperate young men trying to strike a blow back for what has been done to their homes and families.
      Oh, there is another form of terror, and that is the one America deliberately uses in place after place to destroy governments it doesn’t like.
      Outfits like ISIS and Al-Nusra, etc, all were created under American aspices and have been supplied by America directly or by American allies like Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Oman – all with covert assistance from Britain and France.
      They are tools to get what you want, and when you have secured what it is that you want, the tools are quite disposable, as we see here and there. The hired mercenaries often end up killed themselves.
      You could think the Mafia actually ran America’s foreign affairs, but the Mafia is an amateur outfit compared to the American establishment with its supporting armies of CIA and the Pentagon – all with their filthy work nicely blessed by a meaningless corporate press.
      The entire horror of massive refugees armies, nearly destabilizing Europe, is caused by the same thing, as America bombs half a dozen countries and sends rag-tag mercenaries to kill in many of them. The people run for their lives, and America, who caused their plight, refuses to even take them.
      But, of course, what Israel really is is an American colony in the Mideast. It is no more meaningfully independent than Texas, and it serves a number of American imperial interests in the region, much the way the old corrupt Shah of Iran used to do. And most of its leaders are dual nationals.

  5. I want to respond to a reader who said that I was a liar about Assad, The following gives the source links, and copied facts from the link concerning what I said in my article.
    1. July 9, 2016 – Al-Assad is named in a wrongful death lawsuit filed in federal court in Washington, D.C. by the family of journalist, Marie Colvin, who was killed in 2012 while covering the war in Syria. According to the lawsuit, Colvin was targeted in a rocket attack by Syrian government agents because of her reporting. Colvin and other journalists were tracked by the Syrian regime, the documents say. Days later, during an interview with NBC News, al-Assad denies that the government was responsible for Colvin’s death. He says she entered the country illegally, putting herself at risk.
    2. In international affairs, Bashar was confronted with many of the issues his father faced: a volatile relationship with Israel, military occupation in Lebanon, tensions with Turkey over water rights, and the insecure feeling of being a marginal influence in the Middle East. Most analysts contend that Bashar continued his father’s foreign policy, providing direct support to militant groups such as Hamas, Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad, though Syria officially denied this.
    3. Though a gradual withdrawal from Lebanon began in 2000, it was quickly hastened after Syria was accused of involvement in the assassination of former Lebanese premier Rafik Hariri. The accusation led to a public uprising in Lebanon, as well as international pressure to remove all troops. Since then, relations with the West and many Arab states have deteriorated, and it seems that Syria’s only friend in the Middle East is Iran.
    4. Despite promises of human rights reform, not much has changed since Bashar al-Assad took office. For nearly a decade, he successfully suppressed internal dissention, due mostly to the close relationship between the Syrian military and intelligence agencies. In 2006, Syria expanded its use of travel bans against dissidents, preventing many from entering or leaving the country. In 2007, the Syrian Parliament passed a law requiring all comments on chat forums to be posted publicly. In 2008, and again in 2011, social media sites such as YouTube and Facebook were blocked. Human rights groups have reported that political opponents of Bashar al-Assad are routinely tortured, imprisoned and killed.
    5. Following successful regime change in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, protests began in Syria on January 26, 2011, demanding political reforms, a reinstatement of civil rights and an end to the state of emergency, which had been in place since 1963. Outraged by government inaction, the protests spread and became larger. In May 2011, the Syrian military responded with violent crackdowns in the town of Homs and the suburbs of Damascus. In June, Bashar promised a national dialogue and new parliamentary elections, but no change came, and the protests continued. That same month, opposition activists established a “National Council” to lead a Syrian revolution.
    6. By the fall of 2011, many countries were calling for President Bashar al-Assad’s resignation and the Arab League suspended Syria, leading the Syrian government to agree to allow Arab observers into the country. In January 2012, the Reuters News Agency reported that more than 5,000 civilians had been killed by the Syrian militia (Shabeeha), and that 1,000 people had been killed by anti-regime forces. That March, the United Nations endorsed a peace plan that was drafted by former UN Secretary Kofi Annan, but this didn’t stop the violence.
    7. In August 2013, al-Assad came under fire from leaders around the world, including U.S. president Barack Obama and British prime minister David Cameron, for using chemical weapons against civilians. However, he was able to stave off foreign intervention with assistance from Russian president Vladimir Putin, who agreed to help remove the Syrian stockade of chemical In June 2012, a UN official stated that the uprisings hadhad transitioned into a full-scale civil war. The conflict continued, with daily reports of the killing of scores of civilians by government forces, and counter-claims by the al-Assad regime of the killings beging staged or the result of outside agitators.
    8. weapons.
    9. Reelected to his post in June 2014, Bashar al-Assad continued his campaign against rebel forces while dimissing outside call to step down. His position was strengthened the following September, when Russia agreed to provide military support. By February 2016, the conflict had led to an estimated 470,000 deaths in Syria, and sparked international debate over how to handle the millions of refugees seeking to escape his BRUTALITY.
    A senior US official claimed that military and intelligence operatives had intercepted communications between the Syrian military and chemical experts discussing preparations for last week’s chemical-weapons attack in Syria, according to a CNN report Wednesday.
    Two officials alleged that someone had turned the Russian unmanned drone’s camera off just before a Syrian hospital was struck, suggesting the Kremlin was turning a blind-eye to the attack. The officials did not disclose how they were able to determine the camera stopped recording.
    “This is patterned behavior,” Jennifer Cafarella, a Syria analyst for the Washington-based Institute for the Study of War, said to BuzzFeed. “The Russians have consistently conducted precise airstrikes targeting civilian infrastructure and hospital in particular, for example in Aleppo.”
    The alleged sarin nerve agent attack was reported to have occurred at 6:50 a.m. local time on Tuesday after ordnance hit the road. As the agent began to spread, the nearest hospital began treating victims. However, as that was happening, officials say a Russian-made unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) began recording the scene of what they say was “clearly” a hospital.


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