Clinton Emails Reveal NATO Killed Gaddafi To Stop Gold-Backed Currency
gold-backed currency would have taken on big banks in the West.
Among the freshly released 3,000, Hillary Clinton emails published on New Year's Eve exposes stunning proof that Western countries utilized NATO to fall, Libyan leader, Gaddafi to prevent the leaders try to create a gold-backed currency, which would have taken on big banks in the West.
The April 2011 email, sent out to the Secretary of State Hillary by the informal consultant and longtime Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal with the subject line "France's customer and Qaddafi's gold," exposes predatory Western objectives.
The Foreign Policy Journal reports:
The e-mail recognizes French President Nicholas Sarkozy as leading the attack on Libya with five particular functions in mind: t
To obtain Libyan oil, guarantee French impact in the area, boost Sarkozy's reputation locally, assert French military power, and to prevent Gaddafi's influence in what is thought about "Francophone Africa."
Most astounding is the lengthy area defining the big danger that Gaddafi's gold and silver reserves, estimated at "143 lots of gold, and a similar quantity in silver," positioned to the French franc (CFA) circulating as a prime African currency.
The e-mail makes clear that intelligence sources suggest the motivation behind the French attack on Libya was calculated to relocate to consolidate higher power, using NATO as a tool for imperialist conquest, not a humanitarian intervention as the general public was wrongly led to believe.
According to the e-mail:
This gold was collected before the present disobedience and was planned to be used to develop a pan-African currency based upon the Libyan golden Dinar.
This strategy was designed to offer the Francophone African Countries with an alternative to the French franc (CFA).
( Source Comment: According to knowledgeable people this amount of gold and silver is valued at more than $7 billion.
French intelligence officers discovered this strategy shortly after the existing disobedience started, and this was one of the factors that affected President Nicolas Sarkozy's decision to dedicate France to the attack on Libya.).
The e-mail provides a peek behind the curtain to expose how foreign policy is frequently carried out in practice.
While reported in the media that the Western-backed Libyan military intervention is essential to conserve human lives, the good driving aspect behind the response was shown to be the fact that Gaddafi prepared to create a high degree of financial independence with a new pan-African currency, which would minimize French influence and power in the area.
The evidence indicates that when French intelligence became aware of the Libyan initiative to develop a currency to take on the Western main banking system, the decision to subvert the strategy through military ways started, ultimately consisting of the NATO alliance.