View Single Post
Old 22-03-2018, 03:44 PM   #7
st jimmy
Senior Member
Join Date: May 2016
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Posts: 2,299
Likes: 1,499 (899 Posts)

Montenegro, Saif Gaddafi for president

The son of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, was also in business with Nathaniel “Nat” Rothschild and Oleg Deripaska in the £500 million Porto Montenegro project.

In 2008, Saif Gaddafi was invited by Nat Rothschild for a party held in New York.
In 2009, Saif Gaddafi visited the Rothschild estate in Corfu for a meeting with Lord Peter Mandelson:

Saif Gaddafi studied at the London School of Economics.
Saif met Mandelson (and Rothschild) again when they were guests at Lord Rothschild's mansion in Buckinghamshire.
Saif invited Nat Rothschild to his 37th birthday party in Montenegro, where they are investing in Porto Montenegro.

Saif even met the paedophile Prince Andrew at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle and they also met in Tripoli.
Others good friends of Saif Gaddafi include Tony Blair and the late Austrian politician Jörg Haider:

See Rothschild associates Saif Gaddafi and Oleg Deripaska.

Why do I post this information now?!?
On Monday, Rothschild puppet Saif Gaddafi launched his campaign to become president of Libya.
Libya descended into chaos after the NATO-orchestrated “Arab Spring”, with multiple governments competing for control of the oil-rich country. Saif claims that he runs to “rescue” his country.

Saif Gaddafi has not appeared in public since his release from prison in June 2017, where he had been detained by a local militia after he was captured in 2011. In July 2015, Saif was sentenced to death by Tripoli in absentia for war crimes, but Zintan authorities refused to execute the sentence. In June 2017, the Tobruk-based government granted Saif Gaddafi full amnesty.
Saif still has an outstanding ICC arrest warrant over alleged crimes against humanity during the 2011 “Arab Spring”. Saif Gaddafi is presumably hiding in neighbouring Tunisia:
Do NOT ever read my posts.
Google and Yahoo wouldn’t block them without a very good reason:
st jimmy is offline   Reply With Quote