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Gaddafi, Mossad, and the Looting of Libya

Updated - September 7, 2011

Colonel Gaddafi has reportedly left Libya in a convoy of trucks loaded with gold and cash.  Burkina Faso is a country with very close ties to the Mossad, Israel's foreign secret service.  The president of Burkina Faso, Blaise Compaoré, is a Honorary Member of the Raoul Wallenberg Foundation, a Mossad operation where Yosef Maiman is one of the directors.  Burkina Faso is one of Israel’s most loyal friends in Africa, according to Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Daily Mail (UK) is reporting that Colonel Gaddafi fled Libya during the night of September 6-7 in a 250-strong armed convoy including lorries full of gold and cash.  The deposed tyrant, who ruled Libya for 42 years, was reported to be travelling towards the impoverished west African state of Burkina Faso, which has said it would give him sanctuary, in a deal brokered by South Africa. 

U.S. military officials said one of the Libyan convoys numbered between 200 and 250 vehicles and was escorted by Niger army personnel, according to a news report in The National of the Arab Emirates.


According to the Daily Mail report, "intelligence officials suggested an extraordinary agreement had been brokered by South Africa and France, acting on behalf of Nato, to ‘prevent further widespread bloodshed’ by allowing Gaddafi and his family to leave. Libya’s new leaders from the National Transitional Council refused to confirm the deal but were said to have ‘signed off’ on the agreement which allowed the toppled dictator to spend no more than 72 hours in transit passing through Niger, a poor and landlocked former French colony to the south of Libya. Gaddafi’s son and one-time heir apparent, Saif al-Islam, is said to have accompanied his father, together with lorries laden with gold and cash."
- "Has Gaddafi fled with looted gold? Tyrant and his son 'cross Libyan border with lorries full of cash'", by David Williams, Daily Mail (UK), 7 September 2011
If the convoy of looted Libyan gold and cash reaches Burkina Faso it is very likely that it will only be the conduit through which it will soon be on its way to France and Israel.  The president of Burkina Faso is an "honorary member" of the Raoul Wallenberg Foundation, an Israeli Mossad organization "founded" by the Argentinian Israeli Boruj (Baruch) Tenembaum.  Burkina Faso is one of the poorest nations in the world, where half the population lives on less than $1 per day.  Gold is its main export.

Baruch Tenembaum (left), founder of the Raoul Wallenberg Foundation, with Peter Zvi Malkin, the renowned Mossad agent who kidnapped Adolf Eichmann in Argentina. 

Another photo of Tenembaum with Zvi "Peter" Malkin (left), a high-level Mossad agent based in New York City.  Malkin played an architectural role in the planning of the false-flag terror attacks of 9/11.  To understand the role of Zvi Malkin in preparing the ground for 9/11 read "The Architecture of Terror".  Source: Raoul Wallenberg Foundation

Documents found in the office of Libya's secret service show that the regime of Moammar Gadhafi worked very closely with the C.I.A. and Britain's MI6. The Libyan secret service received individuals kidnapped by the C.I.A., interrogated, and tortured them -- for the C.I.A.

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"Libya - Year Zero" reads the headline of Liberation on September 1, the day of the Paris conference on the future of Libya.

The paper reports on a secret agreement with the rebels to allow France to exploit 35 percent of Libya's oil sector, a deal that was obtained last April, in return for France's recognition and support.  Three days ago, Italy, another partner in the anti-Gaddafi NATO coalition, announced an agreement with the rebels on a gas pipeline deal. Libyan oil output was about 1.3-1.4 million barrels per day before the conflict but could soon reach 1.6 million b/d of high-quality, light crude.  What secret deals were made with the other partners: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Canada, Britain and the USA?  Now we can see the real motivation for the NATO war in Libya, and their haste to wrap it up...

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WANTED BY NATO - NATO has ordered all available surveillance aircraft, including British spy planes, to focus on tracking Gaddafi. NATO actions in support of the rebels have clearly exceeded the mandate of UN Security Council Resolution 1973, the resolution which authorized military intervention in Libya.

The rescue of Benghazi mutated, as did the Iraq venture, into a wider war to remove a regime no longer to Britain's liking. Aid of every sort was given to the rebels, from political and diplomatic support to training, logistics and reportedly battlefield leadership in the attack on Tripoli.

Throughout the campaign, the British government has said it is "for the Libyan people to decide their own fate" and its involvement would end once a tyrant had departed the scene. That was naive. Britain has, with Nato, most emphatically decided the fate of the Libyan people. It has brought anarchy in the place of order, hoping that anarchy will be brief. It cannot disown the consequences.
- "Libya is not an advertisement for intervention", Guardian (UK), 26 August 2011

NATO’s top commanders may have acted under color of international law but they are not exempt from international law. If members of the Gaddafi Regime are to be held accountable, NATO’s top commanders must also be held accountable through the International Criminal Court for all civilian deaths resulting from bombing. Otherwise we will have witnessed the triumph of a new international gangsterism.
- Dennis Kucinich, "Libya and beyond: How did we get there and what happens next?", 26 August 2011

Presently, ZATO is performing mass murder upon the people of Libya, who don’t have the proper banking scheme and whose leader wanted to organize the African nations to protect their resources and reject the debt enslavement, visited upon them by London bankers and assorted true vampires in search of plunder, death and destruction, in any order; it doesn’t matter. ZATO is the Zionist Alliance for Total Occupation. It has been misidentified for a long time as The North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Even a casual observation of their activities over recent times will disabuse you of the notion that they work for anyone but the central bankers of London and Tel Aviv. New York City is a secondary location that is controlled by the aforementioned.
- "ZATO and the Wannabe Whores of Babylon", 22 August 2011

Libya’s rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) is ready to recognise Israel, according to French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, who says he has passed the message on to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
- "Libyan rebels will recognise Israel, Bernard-Henri Lévy tells Netanyahu", 2 June 2011

Thierry Meyssan, founder of the Voltaire Network, was among the foreign journalists reporting from the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli.  Meyssan was interviewed by Russia Today earlier in the week.  In the RT interview Meyssan says that U.S. and British intelligence agents were posing as journalists among those staying at the Rixos.  He also described how intense NATO aerial attacks have been carried out during the night to open the way for the rebel fighters in the NATO-led war against Moammar Gaddafi.  Meyssan reported that the NATO-supported rebels tried to arrest him when he was evacuated from the Rixos Hotel by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). The journalists who had been trapped since Sunday inside the hotel Rixos were evacuated in the evening of 24 August 2011.

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The British media has reported that British special forces (SAS) are on the ground and are assisting the coordination between NATO and the rebels.  Defence sources have confirmed the SAS has been in Libya for several weeks, and played a key role in coordinating the battle for Tripoli.  Only six of the member nations of NATO are reportedly participating in the war for Libya.  In what must be a first, Danish and Norwegian fighter jets have been involved in the bombing of Tripoli.  Sweden, a secret member of NATO, sent fighter jets to support the NATO bombing effort and prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said on August 22 that he is ready to discuss the possibility of sending Swedish troops to Libya. 

Besides Sweden, the seven official NATO members involved in the military intervention are the United States, Canada, Britain, France, Italy, Denmark, and Norway.  NATO's Arab allies in the war effort include Jordan, Qatar, and the Emirates.

The Zionist agent Bernard Henri Levy (left) has played a key role in managing the NATO war for Libya.  Here Levy is seen with Libyan rebel leader Mahmoud Jibril

A "Friends of Libya" conference has been organized by French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister David Cameron. The high-level conference will be held in Paris on September 1 to discuss the future of Libya.  The following video, entitled "The Libyan Rebels and the Israeli Connection", focuses on the role played by the French Zionists Bernard Levy and Nicolas Sarkozy in NATO's war for Libya.

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Sources and Recommended Reading:

Bollyn, Christopher, "Gaddafi's Ties to Rothschild & Jewish Oligarchy", March 26, 2011

Jenkins, Simon, "Libya is not an advertisement for intervention", Guardian (UK), 26 August 2011

Kucinich, Dennis, "Libya and beyond: How did we get there and what happens next?", 26 August 2011

Libya Dossier,

"Libyan rebels will recognise Israel, Bernard-Henri Lévy tells Netanyahu", 2 June 2011, RFI (France)

"Libya Updates: The suffering of CNN's Matthew Chance ends after 3 days without caviar" by Les Blough, Axis of Logic, 25 August 2011 

Nasser, Nicola, "Sarkozy's U-turn on Franco-Arab ties", 31 May 2007

Thorne, John, "Qaddafi's inner circle flee to Niger", The National, 7 September 2011

Williams, David, "Has Gaddafi fled with looted gold? Tyrant and his son 'cross Libyan border with lorries full of cash'", Daily Mail (UK), 7 September 2011

Willsher, Kim, "Libya: Bernard-Henri Lévy dismisses criticism for leading France to conflict", The Observer (UK), 27 March 2011

"ZATO and the Wannabe Whores of Babylon", 22 August 2011

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