- "You won't believe this...Gadhafi's mother was Jewish", 22 February 2011
Of his early life little is known, and even less is certain. He was born, it is said, in Sirte, a desert town, the son of a goatherd. Other versions suggest that his real father may have been French, and his mother Jewish.
- "Colonel Gaddafi is turning into a mellow megolamaniac" (comments), The Telegraph, 13 June 2009
Colonel Gaddafi's close ties to the Rothschild family and the Mossad make complete sense when we consider the fact that he is a Jew, the son of a Jewish mother, according to a report aired on Israeli television. How much oil money has the brutal Libyan dictator secretly stashed away in Israeli banks?
The older of the two interviewees, Guita Brown, claimed that she is Gaddafi’s second cousin: her grandmother was the sister of Gaddafi’s grandmother. The younger of the two women, Rachel Saada, Brown's granddaughter , explained in more detail: “The story goes that Gaddafi’s grandmother, a Jewess, was married to a Jewish man at first. But he treated her badly, so she ran away and married a Muslim sheikh. Their child was the mother of Gaddafi.” While Gaddafi’s grandmother converted to Islam when she married the sheikh, according to Jewish religious law (and common sense), she was ethnically still Jewish. And that makes Gaddafi's mother a Jewess. And if Gaddafi's mother is a Jewess, what does that make Gaddafi?
At that point in the news report, the anchor exclaimed, “So, the point is that Gaddafi doesn’t just have Jewish relatives, he is Jewish!”
That may come in handy. According to Israel's Law of Return, anyone with a Jewish grandparent is entitled to become a citizen, no questions asked.
- "Mandy and the Lockerbie bomber and ANOTHER 'coincidence' in Corfu", Daily Mail, 18 August 2009
Swinging London is but one hub of Gadhafi Inc. - a useful networking site where the Rothschilds were able to point Saif Gadhafi to investment opportunities in marina complexes in Montenegro.
- "Gadhafi's stolen billions stashed in London" Daily Telegraph, 25 February 2011
The evidence indicates that Muammar Qaddafi, who controls the largest oil reserves in Africa, works closely with the Rothschild family and the Mossad. This makes complete sense, if, as the Israeli television program reported, Qaddafi is actually a Jew.
- Ali al-Essawi, Libyan Ambassador to India, 22 February 2011
Gaddafi’s youngest son Khamis was reportedly bringing mercenaries from African countries to fight against anti-regime protestors. Identity cards from Guinea, Niger, Chad, Mauritania and Sudan were found on individuals wearing Libyan uniforms and killed in the eastern city of Benghazi and other locations.
- Using Mercenaries to Quell Libya Revolution
A video image of one of Qaddafi's mercenaries who was killed...
...while other suspected African mercenaries stand in a room in a court in Benghazi as they are held by anti-Qaddafi protesters, February 24, 2011.
Major pipelines of Libya - Green lines are oil, red are gas
Yair Shamir (inset), the son of the notorious Zionist terrorist Yitzchak Shamir, is chairman and managing partner of the Catalyst Fund, a Mossad venture capital fund that received tens of millions of dollars from the Allen Stanford money-laundering operation. Shamir was also an investor in the Stanford bank.
Nat Rothschild works closely with the Qaddafi family.
The Daily Telegraph published an article entitled "Gadhafi's stolen billions stashed in London" that points out the Gadhafi family ties with the Rothschilds:
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of the Libyan dictator
Rothschild's son and heir, Nat, also a close friend of Mandelson, held a party in New York attended by Saif in 2008. Saif in turn invited Nat Rothschild to his 37th birthday party in Montenegro, where the financier is investing in a luxury resort.
Saif Gaddafi met with Lord Mandelson (left) and Jacob (4th Baron) Rothschild (center) at Rothschild's villa in Corfu in August 2009, one week before it was announced that the "Lockerbie bomber" would be released from prison. Rothschild's father (Victor, the 3rd Baron Rothschild) worked in British intelligence during World War II in disinformation and espionage. Victor is alleged to have been a Soviet spy, which led him to state in December 1986, "I am not, and never have been, a Soviet agent."
Mr Blair is said to be on first-name terms with the Libyan dictator and was treated like a 'brother' on his visit, according to the Daily Mail (U.K.)...
...although Britain officially blamed Qaddafi for the terror bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie.
The revolt and bloodshed in Libya will certainly lead to the end of the 42-year-old regime of Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi and his thugs. There is very little television footage coming from Libya, but the BBC Newhour program (of February 20) had an excellent telephone interview with a young Libyan woman named Sarah, in Tripoli. This is a very powerful and moving interview that helps one understand what is really happening in Libya. The interview with "Sarah in Tripoli" begins shortly after minute 26 and 30 seconds into the program. One can use the time button and begin listening at 26:30.
The interview can be heard on the BBC World Service website here:
Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi has been dictator of oil-rich Libya since 1969
Gaddafi and Silvio Berlusconi of Italy are quite close. Libya has many investments in Italy, the Guardian reported, "These include a stake of about 2% in Fiat, 7.5% of Juventus football club, a 2% stake in – and joint venture with – Italian aerospace and defence group Finmeccanica and 7.5% in UniCredit, the bank."
Britain's Tony Blair, who is controlled by Zionist money, was quite willing to embrace the madman of Libya - the same Arab tyrant who is said to have been behind the terror bombing over Lockerbie. How much sense does this make?
Qaddafi with Nicholas Sarkozy of France
Gaddafi and President Obama shaking hands
Hillary Clinton with Mutassim Gaddafi, one of his sons.
"You won't believe this... Gadhafi's mother was Jewish", IsraelMatzav.blogspot.com, 22 February 2011
Who Really Controls Our Political Parties?, by Christopher Bollyn, Solving 9/11http://www.bollyn.com/who-really-controls-our-political-parties
"Saif al-Islam Gaddafi: The new face of Libyan defiance", by Jamie Doward, The Observer, guardian.co.uk, 26 February 2011
"Oddball banker's friendship with Gaddafi's son is remarkable," by Ephraim Hardcastle, Daily Mail Online, 24 February 2011