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According to Russia Today, “International bankers have reportedly wasted billions of dollars invested by Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi. The Financial Times says giants like Goldman Sachs were dealing with the dictator’s investments when it needed to plug a hole during the economic crisis. Most of the money has been lost [read, "stolen"], but with what’s going on in Libya any repayment seems unlikely.”
Max Keiser implies that at least one reason (perhaps the reason) for invading Libya was to allow the global bankers to steal the Libyan “sovereign wealth fund” (which allegedly held billions of dollars).
Keiser is so freakin’ angry that he suggests that the only way to deal with the global bankers is behead them; that the only solution is a revolution by common people to overthrow the world’s banking system and most governments that support that system.
If Keiser is right, his information implies that Gaddafi was a fool. It’s common knowledge that Gaddafi has been portrayed by the West to be some crazed villain for at least 20 or 30 years. But there’s plenty of emerging evidence to show that Gaddafi has been “secretly” conspiring with western politicians for at least a decade. Gaddafi was secretly providing intelligence to western powers concerning the Middle East. Based on his secret efforts to assist the West, Gaddafi apparently thought he was one of the “insiders” who could play with the “big boys” (global bankers). It turns out that he was just a mark all along; that the bankers had been setting him up for five years to be robbed and killed. If Gaddafi hadn’t invested the billions of dollars in Libya’s sovereign wealth fund with global bankers, those bankers might not have been able to rob him, and might therefore have not incited the Libyan invasion.
There’s a lesson there for anyone who wants to associate with global bankers. If the “big boys” invite you to dinner, don’t be surprised if you turn out to be the main course.