There's some sort of story going on with that missing money of murdered Libyan dictator, Moammar Qaddafi. The trouble is, no one knows exactly what it is, but it has emerged, or rather, re-emerged, as a major story with the arrest and questioning of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy in connection with his financial dealings with the fallen Libyan dictator.  As I stated last week, this is the largest arrest of anyone connected to "the cabal". But again, exactly where Mr. Qaddafi's money is, or where those frozen Libyan assets in Belgium disappeared to, or what connection any of it may have with M. Sarkozy, no one really knows.

Mr. P.R., a regular reader here, sent me a review of articles related to the matter that I thought was so good I decided to pass it all along to you, and you can make of it what you will. Firstly, according to this article from the Suddeutsche Zeitung, there are connections to the Panama Papers and the law-firm Mossack-Fonseca:

Lost Treasure

The basic idea to take away from this article is that Qaddafi hid much of his foreign assets in a series of holding companies, most of them leading back to Mossack-Fonseca, the Panamanian law firm at the center of the Panama Papers controversy.

Then Mr. P.R. found this BBC article from 2007, indicating the Sarkozy-Qaddafi connection, with ties to the G.W. Bush administration:

Sarkozy signs deals with Gaddafi

This article notes that Qaddafi and Sarkozy inked certain deals, and that Libya accepted responsibility for the PanAm Lockerbie disaster and agreed to pay compensation to the victims. That, I suspect, is a part of this story, but one which perhaps we'll never learn. (However, for the record, it should be noted that there were a number of people on that flight that suggest that Libya's may not have been the only hand at work in the disaster. That's another story for another time perhaps.)

Then Mr. P.R. found this very suggestive story about Goldman Sachs apparently losing about 98% of a $1.3 billion investment from Qaddafi:

Goldman Sachs lost 98% of Gaddafi's $1.3bn investment

In fact, this one is so good, one has to cite a bit of it, especially given that the same firm now has a presence in Mad Madam Merkel's cabinet:

A bitter rift has opened up between the world's most powerful bank and one of its most fearsome dictators after Goldman Sachs invested $1.3bn (£790m) of Colonel Gaddafi's money – and lost virtually all of it.

According to an investigation by the Wall Street Journal, Goldman offered to make Gaddafi one of its biggest investors as compensation for losing 98% of the money the Wall Street firm invested on behalf of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA). This left the $53bn Gaddifi-controlled sovereign wealth fund, which elsewhere has stakes in companies such as Financial Times-owner Pearson and BP, with just $25.1m of the money it entrusted to Goldman.

The fund, which has soared in value in recent years on the back of Libya's growing oil wealth, was frozen by the EU and United Nations in February because of its close links with the Gaddafi family.

Under the terms of the proposed compensation deal, which was never consummated, LIA would have received $5bn worth of preferred Goldman shares, in return for a $3.7bn investment, allowing the fund to recoup its $1.3bn of losses.

So, Goldman loses a lot of Qaddafi's money in the 2008 meltdown, then offers to make it up to him by allowing him to become a "preferred investor" at around the same time that the European Union freezes Qaddafi assets, which, according to stories earlier this year, have several billions of euros missing from those supposedly frozen accounts, while M. Sarkozy is under investigation.

The Sarkozy investigation has also engulfed one of the former French President's primary aides in 2015:

What appears to be at the center of all of this is Qaddafi's gold and plans to create a gold backed currency(read the following closely):

That gold appears to have been stolen:

Who Stole 143 Tons of Gold From the Libyan People?

Where are ex-Libyan dictator Gadhafi’s missing billions? New UN report offers clues

We're very grateful to Mr. P.R. for putting together this review of the missing Libyan money and gold. The bottom line? The money, for which Mr. Qaddafi apparently had big plans, is still missing. A currency that by-passed the Western central banks, and which would have sponsored some sweeping infrastructure development, and made Mr. Qaddafi an almost heroic figure not only to his own people but to the wider northern African Muslim world, is gone, as are his plans. And virtually everyone who is anyone in power politics at the time appears, at some level, to be involved in the affair. Geopolitically, the West had much to lose if Qaddafi had succeeded.

All this puts an interesting, if dangerous, light on the recent moves in Saudi Arabia being made by crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, for a case could be argued that he has adopted at least some of Qaddafi's playbook. So far, he appears to be "getting away with it," even to the extent of meeting with the leader of the Egyptian Coptic church (see: Saudi Crown Prince Visits Christian Cathedral in Egypt, Meets with Coptic Pope). Such breathtaking moves bring something to my mind, and while it is relatively short for my normal high octane speculations, it nonetheless is a major factor that should be considered in all this context:

The Saudis know something...

...after all, if one reads all these articles carefully, at least one Saudi was involved as a "director" for all of Qaddafi's front companies.

See you on the flip side...


Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. DanaThomas on April 2, 2018 at 2:43 am

    A book entitled “The History of Jihad from Mohammed to Isis” by R. Spencer has been announced. I wonder if this author, billed as “politically incorrect”, will mention the Kaiser’s jihad and the role of the Oppenheim banking family, and how this German policy went forward almost seamlessly through the Nazi period to the Federal Republic and its US allies, so heavily influenced by “former” Nazis in key positions in the defence, scientific and espionage establishments.

  2. marcos toledo on March 31, 2018 at 6:26 pm

    First, there is no Anglosphere its real name is the Normansphere the French-speaking Northmen-Vikings hide behind the names English and British. To hide their real identity as for Qaddafi-Libyan gold it like the rest of the Worlds stolen wealth has gone in up smoke of our degenerate elites gambling schemes, after all, it’s not or has ever been theirs, to begin with.

  3. Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2018 at 4:49 pm

    Qaddafi was the agreed-upon-fable fall guy for the Pam Am Lockerbie.
    Qaddafi’s gold/billions became
    treasure off-shored chests
    of Goldman Sacs
    presently tax havened
    at various undisclosed
    treasure island tax-havens.

    That’s what such such financial advisors are known for,
    isn’t it.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2018 at 4:54 pm

      The U. S, Treasury Trust$ them.
      The U.S. government trust$ them to issue the nations currency; and charge interest$ for something the government could do at zero interest.
      The U.S. government could then modernize the nation’s currency. But alas, that’s not in Israeli’s Zion interest$.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2018 at 4:58 pm

        Modern the nation’s infrastructure at zero interest. Issuing trillions into the economy with American’s taking home healthy paychecks to boost our economy. The middle class would be back in action. We could strip financial hands from our election ballots. We could have, should have…?

  4. basta on March 31, 2018 at 4:06 pm

    Zio-Cabal alpha psychopaths in action. Golden Sacks is infamous for derogatorily calling its clients “muppets” and has about as much respect for them as Zuckerberg has for his, which he also infamously called “dumb **cks” for trusting him.

    Back in the day I’d read a detailed expose of Lockerbie and though the details have long since faded from memory, it was clear that Gaddafi was framed, then cornered and forced to take the fall, just as the Saudis willingly played the patsies for the ZioCon 9/11 op.

    You had Sarko, Blair, Hitlery and the rest of the the West’s glorious, narcissistic and psychopathic political class out to get Gaddafi for his gold-backed dinar, so what a surprise that that gold and all the cash went missing.

    The whole episode is disgusting. Chao ab ordo yet again. The West finally has to shake the grip of the AngloZio cabal and snap out of our collective Stockholm Syndrome and remove this psychopathic elite or we all will be Libyans in the end.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 31, 2018 at 4:39 pm

      Well said.

    • goshawks on March 31, 2018 at 5:53 pm

      Seconded. Well said…

  5. Helden Spirit on March 31, 2018 at 8:05 am

    The Rape of Africa by the Banksters, and yet again, in order to get away with it, they stage an Invasion of Europe to get the two victim sides fighting each other as the Perpetuator of Evil escapes yet again … this Narrative never seems to change …

    … and the Afro-Americains continue to be Pro-Bnakster and Pro-Israel. Even with the Synagogue on Goree Isle (oops .. we do not call it that anymore, it is just a room in the fortress that the traders used, and I guess that is not technically a lie!)

    … what is that old adage: “You can lead a donkey to water but you can’t make it Think.”

    • Helden Spirit on March 31, 2018 at 8:24 am

      … Apologies for the botched mixed metaphor there! Our beautiful English Language has been so Raped that even the very Liberal and loose laws of Grammar that exist today cause more confuse than precision. (And English was once famous for its descriptive precision!)

      … so I think the correct adage was closer to this:
      “None of the monkeys have fathers, but they really like to drink.” … but I am probably off the mark again here. [They just installed 5G in my building and I had no say in refusing the installation.]

  6. DanaThomas on March 31, 2018 at 7:03 am

    Thanks for the summary of this intricate intrigue. The fact that “somebody” leaked the news of the missing Libyan money in the first is indicative of Mafia wars, which at the drop of the hat can shift from secretive silence to the spewing out of compromising info as the guns blaze. And there is a lot more “missing money” sloshing around somewhere in the world, or even off-world.

    • DanaThomas on March 31, 2018 at 2:28 pm

      Petro-yuan: this time the Anglosphere will NOT be able to “do a Libya” to hang onto its waning influence.

      • BetelgeuseT-1 on March 31, 2018 at 10:35 pm

        Or, is the same cabal behind the petro-dollar also behind the petro-yuan?
        Deng Xiaoping meeting with Kissinger and Rockefeller back in the eighties?
        Say hello to the new boss, same as the old boss.

        All this saber-rattling between the US and China may just be theater. These two are so intertwined and dependent on one another, any war would likely destroy both of them. So not much point.
        Unless, this is just what the “third party” wants, and run away with the spoils.

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