Is Libya being bombed because Gaddafi wants to introduce gold dinar?
22 March 2011, 16:14
The present World Economic Crisis has forced a number of governments to
consider introduction of an interstate gold currency, writes a minor
Russian oligarch Sterligov on his blog.
Since gold yuan coinage was announced by China, talks about the gold
standard had been brought up in the Middle East. The main initiator of
non-payment in dollars and euros is the Leader and Guide of the
Revolution in Libya, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. He called on Arab and
African world to adopt a single current - the gold dinar.
On this financial basis, Colonel Gaddafi offered to create a
single African state with Arab and Black African population numbering
200 million people.
The idea of creating a single gold currency and uniting the countries of
Africa into one powerful federal system has been actively
supported during the last year by a number of Arabic and almost all
African states. Democracy-infested South Africa and the Arab League
opposed to the idea.
The US and the EU reacted very negatively to such a initiative.
According to a French Zio "president" Sarkozy, "the Libyans have set on
the financial security of mankind." Repeated calls by the Leader of the
Libyan Revolution yields some results: Gaddafi has made more and more
steps aimed at creating a United Africa.
Two false arguments have been invented to cover up the true reason
for the present Zio-Christian Crusade against Libya: officially - "to
defend human rights" and unofficially - an attempt to steal oil from the
Libyan people. Both of these arguments do not hold up to scrutiny.
The truth is that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi decided to repeat the attempts
by French General de Gaulle to abandon the use of U.S. junk paper money
called "dollars" and return to gold, i.e. he attempts to attack the
chief power of modern parasitic Zio Democracy - the banking system.
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