Gaddafi Legacy

Before NATO and the United States attacked Libya, the United Nations was going to award to Gaddafi and his Libyan Jamahiriya government for their progress on human rights in the country. This drawing illustrates Qaddafi’s legacy on human rights and what he did for the Libyan people. When Gaddafi liberated Libya 40 years ago under

Gold Dinar

Gaddafi was destroyed because he upset the global elites. His gold standard would have liberated Africa from the clutches of western neo-imperialism, topple the US dollar as the world’s fiat currency and enable African countries to repair the damage of 600 years of colonial rule. The Gold Dinar would have dealt a death blow to

Dale Farm

A ten-year struggle between British law, international law and basic human rights. New British law states that travellers cannot travel as they have done for thousands of years therefore in the late 80s and early 90s they were encouraged to buy land and settle down like many did. On Dale farm the Travellers bought some

NATO Rats Embassy

The British Government usurped the sovereign Libyan Embassy based in London and handed it over to the illegal and traitorous Libyan Transitional Council otherwise rightly known as ‘NATO rats’. The US, UK and French backed murderers, racists and reformed al-Qaeda terrorists members to destroy a prosperous country independent of ruinous western control in the name

NATO Assassination

The unlawful assassination of Gaddafi broke many international laws, a first-time in modern history that a leader of a sovereign country could be killed while flying a white flag. His convoy of 40 cars were unmistakably surrendering. More grotesque that that was the televised admission of guilt by a gloating Hillary Clinton about having had

Humerberd

Without the fictional construct of fighting the ‘War on Terror’, western powers could not get away with exploiting the resources, hampering the development and depopulating the citizens of third world countries as they used to do with such relish in the good old colonial times. The WOT allows them to do all of this and

Stooden Prtest

This image illustrates the frustration of students facing crippling debt through higher tution fees, lower grants and government taxes on future earnings before a single penny has even been earned. It’s as if the progress made in the 1960s and 70s to open up higher education to a wider cross-section of society never happened. The