"In 1951 Libya was the world's poorest country. Before the ZATO invasion Libyans enjoyed the highest standard of living in Africa and were ahead of Russia, Brazil and Saudi Arabia. Under Gadaffi Libya rose to become the world's freest state where "homes were considered a human right." Newly married couples were given $50,000 to buy their own homes and where electricity was free to all people.
Before Gadaffi, less than one-fifth of Libyans were literate (compared to America's slightly more than half). Now education [was] free and high quality and the literacy rate is 83%. Healthcare was also free and high quality. And if Libyans cannot find the education or healthcare they needed in Libya, then the Libyan government funded them to go abroad to access it.
All 'loans' were interest free by law. If a Libyan bought a care then the government paid 50% of the price. The price of gasoline was $0.14 per
Any Libyan wishing to become a farmer was given free use of land, a home, livestock and seeds.
On July 1st 2011 1.7 million people assembled in Green Square, Tripoli to show defiance against the NATO bombing of Libya. This represented around 95% of the population of Tripoli and about one-third of the entire population of Libya!
The Libyan Central Bank was state owned and unlike ALL banks in the west was not owned by Rothschilds and issued DEBT FREE money.
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