[video] The Death of King Dollar

Many have predicted that the dollar will eventually fall and this short documentary continues that philosophy. The guys who put this together also claim to have the know how on how to combat this oncoming crisis. I don’t know about that claim but this video should provoke some thought on where our financial system is heading.

[pic]Colonel Moammar Gaddafi killed by Rebels, Pic released (Extremely Graphic)

His people say he is fine, this pic says otherwise. let’s the confirmations begin. I guess in a few minutes people will say why a pic of Gaddafi and not one of Bin Laden?

via The Mirror

An official said the ousted Libya dictator had been shot in the legs during his capture, but he had also been hit in the head during the firefight.

The picture of his dead body was released by agency AFP in an image credited to Philippe Desmazes.

Gaddafi is said to have died shortly after rebel fighters finally overran his loyalists defending the coastal town of Sirte – finally ending the last remnants of his 42 year hold on Libya.

Libyan National Transitional Council official Abdel Majid Mlegta said Gaddafi was captured and wounded in both legs at dawn today as he tried to flee in a convoy which NATO warplanes attacked.

“He was also hit in his head.” the official said. “There was a lot of firing against his group and he died.”

[video] Gaddafi family home movies released from 2005

They are the hunt for this guy to obviously kill him. Here is some newly released home movies of him and his family which probably were found during the recent raid of his compound. He vows to die in Libya so except a bloody end.

via Sky News

A spokesman for Tripoli’s new military council said it was only a matter of time until he was captured or killed.

Anis Sharif told reporters: “He can’t get out. We are just playing games with him.”

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The U.S. wants his head on a platter and the world court wants him arrested. Not a good week to be Gaddafi. This  probably won’t end pretty.

via BBC

The statement, read out by presiding judge Monageng, said there were “reasonable grounds to believe” that the three men were “criminally responsible for the murder and persecution of civilians.

As the “recognised and undisputed leader of Libya”, said the court, Col Gaddafi had “absolute, ultimate and unquestioned control” over the state.

He introduced a state policy “aimed at deterring and quelling by any means, including by the use of force, the demonstrations of civilians against the regime”, the court alleged.

The court had grounds to believe he had ordered attacks on civilians during Libya’s four-month uprising, it said.

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[video] Farrakhan warns, advises Obama on Libya

Minister Farrakhan blasted Pres. Obama and Secy. Clinton for their arrogance in meddling in another sovereign nation’s affairs and publicly recommending regime change. He then instructed Americans to look beneath the surface to see who stands to benefit from the unrest and warned Pres. Obama to be careful of the words coming from advisors lobbying him to move in with military forces to depose Libya leader, Col. Gadhafi. Read more @ http://goo.gl/3jzgo


Gaddafi’s Billions Help Him Crush Rebels

As I stated before, seizing $30 billion from Gaddafi is chump change, this dude has been raking it in for years with help from a bunch of countries doing oil business with him especially this country.

via NY Times

Colonel Qaddafi has control over the huge cash deposits, which have been stored at the Libyan Central Bank and other banks around the Libyan capital in recent years, the officials said.
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[video] Gaddafi’s son Saif says bombs were ‘misunderstanding’

Of course they were a misunderstanding.
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via Telegraph UK
In an interview with Sky News, Saif said: “First of all the bombs (were) just to frighten them to go away. Not to kill them.

“I’m talking about the harbour and the oil refinery there. Nobody would allow the militia to control Brega. It’s like allowing someone to control Rotterdam harbour in Holland.
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