Friday, 25 March 2011


Britain gives £1.4 BILLION to their Contras in Libya (while bombing Libya)


BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — A U.S.-based economist appointed finance minister in the Libyan rebels' first attempt at a government admits they have made mistakes, missed opportunities and shown disorganization — but he says they aren't short of cash, and they'll get better at their jobs.


He added that many countries have agreed to provide credit backed by the Libyan sovereign fund, and the British government has also agreed to give the rebels access to 1.4 billion dinars ($1.1 billion) that London did not send to Gadhafi.


Anonymous said...

So who bankrolls you?

Anonymous said...

Why would Gadhafi trust the British to mint the Libyan Dinar? It looks like the rebels with their UN air power are now in control of the ports that manage the flow of oil from the Sirte fields. Split the country or the fall of Gadhafi?

Anonymous said...

Vessel with Libyan banknotes returns to Britain-The ship returned to Britain after failing to dock in the Libyan capital Tripoli