Tuesday, February 22, 2011


Muttasim Gaddafi, who reportedly once plotted against his father.

We imagine that many of the top people in Libya have long been working for the CIA and its friends.

There will be CIA-generals and Loyal-to-Gaddafi generals.

Worryingly, NATO may use the unrest as pretext to invade Libya.

The USA's 'Delta Force' entered Libya in 1984. ("How Delta Force Works")

Are they back again?

Saif Gaddafi, friend of the Rothschilds.

Can Gaddafi trust his own children?

Gaddafi's adopted daughter Hannah was murdered by the USA in 1986.

Saif, the president's second-eldest son, runs a charity called the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation.

It has sent hundreds of tons of aid to Haiti. (Gaddafi's sons and their lavish spending)

Saif "has extremely powerful friends in Britain, among them Prince Andrew and the Rothschilds as well as Peter Mandelson." (Gaddafi heir Saif inevitably is a friend of Andy and Mandy)

Saif did a PhD at the London School of Economics, a place that reportedly recruits spies.

Saif and Prince Andrew "have a mutual close friend, the Kazakh-born socialite and businesswoman Goga Ashkenazy."

Nat and Saif and Nat Rothschild "have a friend in common, Oleg Deripaska." (Gaddafi heir Saif inevitably is a friend of Andy and Mandy )

Sa'adi, third-eldest son, has been a professional footballer and has had problems with drugs and alcohol. (WikiLeaks cables: A guide to Gaddafi's 'famously fractious' family.)

Mutassim Gaddafi, the fourth son, is currently National Security Advisor.

He spent years in Egypt after allegedly plotting to oust his father. (France24 - The Gaddafi family tree)

Ayesha, a Gaddafi daughter, joined the defence team of the fake Saddam Hussein.

She is a 'UN Goodwill Ambassador'.

The Land Destroyer blog (The Middle East & then the World) reports that the CIA plans are revealed in the RAND Corporation's 2007 report entitled "Building Moderate Muslim Networks" and the Brookings Institute's "Which Path to Persia?".

The chief targets are still Russia and China.

And they have already been infiltrated.

According to Land Destroyer:

"Men like Mikhail Khodorkovsky ... began building networks of NGOs modeled directly after those of the Anglo-Americans in the West, even naming this network the 'Open Russian Foundation' after George Soros' Open Society Foundation.

"According to geopolitical researcher William Engdahl, this Open Russian Foundation included Henry Kissinger and Lord Jacob Rothschild on its board of directors and its goal was to transform Russia from a sovereign state and into something more palatable for globalist consumption."

Thanks to Putin, Khodorkovsky is now in jail.

Freedom House's list of "Who's Next" includes: Belarus and the Ukraine.

"The globalists' hope is to renew political unrest in Russia's satellite regions." (Land Destroyer)

Bread market in Benghazi
Libda's Gallery

The globalists are keeping an eye on China which buys oil from the Sudan and Iran.

Chinese has been building ports in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar.

The US Strategic Studies Institute's (SSI) suggests that China can either join the New World Order or face military confrontation. (Land Destroyer)

"The US ... is attempting to balkanize Pakistan ... specifically the Baluchistan region where China is establishing a naval presence...

"The US is also heavily involved in destabilizing Myanmar (Burma)..."

Strategically important Thailand "has suffered multiple attempts by the US to affect regime change.

"Their man, Thaksin Shinawatra is an overt globalist, having formally served as an adviser to the Carlyle Group... (The Middle East & then the World)

Tripoli by Sammy Naas

What about South America?

Recently Argentina seized weapons and drugs onboard a US Air Force plane.

"This is leading many, including the government of Argentina, to believe the US is staging another round of destabilization efforts in South America." (The Middle East & then the World)

Venezuela and Bolivia are among the countries that have recently been targeted by the CIA.


Thanks to Brian for this link: BBC News Africa Mandela welcomes 'brother leader' Gaddafi


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