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 the British puppet, King Idris, it was the poorest nations on the planet. Qaddafi managed to lift it up to become one of the richest African nations and, on human rights, levels even better than some European countries achieved according to the UN.

The official humanitarian reasons why Europe and America went to war with Libya have now been proved untrue as have the accusations of massacres and human rights abuses promoted in the UN and the media.