How Tony Blair and US Banks 'Lost' Colonel Gaddafi's Millions03:25 - Wednesday 08 June 2011 - In Categories Wha'Gwaan, UK News
Tony Blair has been accused of setting up deals that helped US banks such as Goldman Sachs con Libya out of more than £750 million.
Blair introduced Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi to US bankers, claims journalist and former banker Max Keiser
Apparently, Gaddafi invested £790 million of Libya’s money with the bankers, but they ‘lost’ £750 million (98%) of the cash in less than 12 months.
Keiser claims that consequently, Gaddafi has put out a hit on Blair, although it’s unlikely the money will be repaid if the Libyan leader is killed.
According to Keiser: ‘It all goes back to 2004 and Tony Blair over there in Libya making nice nice with Gadaffi and welcoming him back to the world community.
‘[Gadaffi] was going to dismantle his “weapons of terror” at that time. So Tony sets up the deals, makes intros, Libya has this huge sovereign wealth fund being in the oil business.
‘And Goldman comes in and says “Sure, we’ll manage this business”. And they manage to blow through 98% of that account by just spinning like these banksters do, engaging in their own weapons of banking destruction.
‘Blair’s involved; politics has merged with banks and this global cartel uses their influence to strong arm their way into the economies. And once they blow up Gadaffi, they won’t have to worry about any law suits.’
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