Real reasons why Gaddafi was killed...

jackieguaccamo

Flat Earther
1. Libya had no electricity bills, electricity came free of charge to all citizens.
2. There were no interest rates on loans, the banks were state-owned, the loan of citizens by law 0%.
3. Gaddafi promised not to buy a house for his parents until everyone in Libya owns a home.
4. All newlywed couples in Libya received 60,000 dinars from the government & because of that they bought their own apartments & started their families. 5. Education & medical treatment in Libya are free. Before Gaddafi there were only 25% readers, 83% during his reign
6. If Libyans wanted to live on a farm, they received free household appliances, seeds and livestock.
7. If they cannot receive treatment in Libya, the state would fund them $2300+ accommodation & travel for treatment abroad.
8. If you bought a car, the government finances 50% of the price.
9. The price of gasoline became $ 0.14 per liter.
10. Libya had no external debt, and reserves were $150 Billion (now frozen worldwide)
11. Since some Libyans can't find jobs after school, the government will pay the average salary when they can't find a job.
12. Part of oil sales in Libya are directly linked to the bank accounts of all citizens.
13. The mother who gave birth to the child will receive $5000
14. 40 loaves of bread cost $0.15.
15. Gaddafi has implemented the world's biggest irrigation project known as the "BIG MAN PROJECT" to ensure water availability in the desert.
 
1. Libya had no electricity bills, electricity came free of charge to all citizens.
2. There were no interest rates on loans, the banks were state-owned, the loan of citizens by law 0%.
3. Gaddafi promised not to buy a house for his parents until everyone in Libya owns a home.
4. All newlywed couples in Libya received 60,000 dinars from the government & because of that they bought their own apartments & started their families. 5. Education & medical treatment in Libya are free. Before Gaddafi there were only 25% readers, 83% during his reign
6. If Libyans wanted to live on a farm, they received free household appliances, seeds and livestock.
7. If they cannot receive treatment in Libya, the state would fund them $2300+ accommodation & travel for treatment abroad.
8. If you bought a car, the government finances 50% of the price.
9. The price of gasoline became $ 0.14 per liter.
10. Libya had no external debt, and reserves were $150 Billion (now frozen worldwide)
11. Since some Libyans can't find jobs after school, the government will pay the average salary when they can't find a job.
12. Part of oil sales in Libya are directly linked to the bank accounts of all citizens.
13. The mother who gave birth to the child will receive $5000
14. 40 loaves of bread cost $0.15.
15. Gaddafi has implemented the world's biggest irrigation project known as the "BIG MAN PROJECT" to ensure water availability in the desert.
One of my mates worked in Libya. He was a headmaster of a school.
He absolutely loved it. Women dressed how they wanted in public and people very friendly. He had a silly run in with one of Gaddafi's sons, but there was no retribution and he carried on living and working there for years after, up until some group decided that Gaddafi had to go.

Honestly, I don't know that much about how life was like there, but my mate has no doubts that it was one of the best countries he had ever lived in.
 
You ever checked the reality of the copy and paste job in post 1?
Some of them claims are untrue...
But Gaddafi did, in the earlier days of rule, create a socialist Islamic state, combined with Sharia Law.
Yet wages always remained very low and the standard of living was poor for most.
Libya still has the 9th largest oil reserves and 110 years left of production.
Most of the largest oil reserves in Africa are around Sirte, where Gaddafi was born.
The Libyan elite, who like elites do everywhere - benefited the most and Sirte received the lions share of investment
With his position weakening, the US "accidentally" attacked his convoy and ended his rule.
Leaving the nation as a playground for various foreign powers, looking to control the oil...
But you can believe he was killed for the 15 reasons mentioned above, if you wish :)
 
You ever checked the reality of the copy and paste job in post 1?
Some of them claims are untrue...
But Gaddafi did, in the earlier days of rule, create a socialist Islamic state, combined with Sharia Law.
Yet wages always remained very low and the standard of living was poor for most.
Libya still has the 9th largest oil reserves and 110 years left of production.
Most of the largest oil reserves in Africa are around Sirte, where Gaddafi was born.
The Libyan elite, who like elites do everywhere - benefited the most and Sirte received the lions share of investment
With his position weakening, the US "accidentally" attacked his convoy and ended his rule.
Leaving the nation as a playground for various foreign powers, looking to control the oil...
But you can believe he was killed for the 15 reasons mentioned above, if you wish :)
Well at least things immediately improved all-round when they got rid of him, eh? šŸ˜®šŸ˜®
Like I said, sixthswan, I never visited Libya, so I can't comment. I'll have a beer with my mate in a week or two, and I'll run some of this by him. (Then you'll be able to quote what some bloke in a pub said.)
 
You ever checked the reality of the copy and paste job in post 1?
Some of them claims are untrue...
But Gaddafi did, in the earlier days of rule, create a socialist Islamic state, combined with Sharia Law.
Yet wages always remained very low and the standard of living was poor for most.
Libya still has the 9th largest oil reserves and 110 years left of production.
Most of the largest oil reserves in Africa are around Sirte, where Gaddafi was born.
The Libyan elite, who like elites do everywhere - benefited the most and Sirte received the lions share of investment
With his position weakening, the US "accidentally" attacked his convoy and ended his rule.
Leaving the nation as a playground for various foreign powers, looking to control the oil...
But you can believe he was killed for the 15 reasons mentioned above, if you wish :)
FFS :poop:
 
Well at least things immediately improved all-round when they got rid of him, eh? šŸ˜®šŸ˜®
Like I said, sixthswan, I never visited Libya, so I can't comment. I'll have a beer with my mate in a week or two, and I'll run some of this by him. (Then you'll be able to quote what some bloke in a pub said.)

Things turned even shitter, when the West ousted Gaddafi.
But he didn't preside over a Utopia and he certainly wasn't killed for anything other than geo-political power grabbing and seizure of the oil...
 
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