Libya under Gaddafi had a central bank that issued a debt-free currency and where people paid no interest. They also paid ZERO for electricity, health care, education (even abroad), gas, and if a Libyan wanted to become a farmer he would get land, seeds, a home …
For all the negative things we've heard about Gaddafi, and as much as human liberties may have suffered in Libya under Gaddafi, it's still curious how we never invaded other oil countries governed by autocrats and dictators, like Equatorial Guinea, as long as they're willing to sell their country's resources to us in US currency …
Also, if the gold dinar had become a prominent African currency under Gaddafi, this would have been hugely beneficial to African economies, allowing them to truly increase their wealth instead of having to use US currency and incur debt to OUR FEDERAL RESERVE in their international transactions … again, one other way in which the international banking cartel ensures that poor people stay poor and rich people stay rich.
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