Life in Libya with Leader Gaddafi:

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by nutmeg, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. Life in Libya with Leader Gaddafi:
    1. Electricity for household use is free,
    2. interest-free loans
    3. during the study, governmant give to every student 2 300 dolars/month
    4. receives the average salary for this profession if you do not find a job after graduation,
    5. the state has paid for to work in the profession,
    6. every unemployed person receives social assistance 15,000 $/year,
    7. for marriage state pays first apartment or house (150m2),
    8. buying cars at factory prices,
    9. LIBYA not owe anyone a cent,
    10. free higher education abroad,
    11. 25% of highly educated,
    12. 40 loaves of bread costs $ 0.15,
    13. water in the middle of the desert, drinking water,
    14. 8 dinars per liter of oil (0.08 EUR),
    15. 6% poor people,
    16. for each infant, the couple received $ 5,000 for their needs.

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  2. pspr


  3. I was just thinking we should hand out fliers that advertise this to all the people in the OWS movement.... maybe they will willfully deport themselves.
  4. I was on board with your plan until you started talking about compensating them when we are finished. :D
  5. Here are some facts and figures about Libya under the rule of Muamar Gaddafi and then guess why the USA and Obama want to capture the country!

    This article was prepared by Helen Shelestiuk for the Left Russia website. The article has not been endorsed by the editorial board of Left Russia and is published for its polemical interest only. We are publishing it as one of the elements of information on Libya in the wake of the massive desinformation that has followed the Libyan uprising.

    For several weeks now the entire world community, with bated breath, has been watching the developments in Libya. What do we know for certain about Libya? In fact, nothing, at least from the official media. The media persuade us that Gaddafi is a bloodthirsty dictator. But is it rightful to call Gaddafi a dictator and, of all the Arab leaders, "punish" him and his people with a full-scale intervention? Let us look at facts.

    The dismissed Russian Ambassador to Libya, Vladimir Chamov, when answering a half-question and half-statement of the interviewer whether Gaddafi had oppressed his citizens, said: "What oppression are you talking about? Libyans were lavishly granted twenty-year interest-free credits for construction of their houses, a liter of gasoline cost about 10 cents, food did not cost anything at all, and a new South Korean KIA jeep could be bought for a mere $ 7,500. That country is no more..." (1)


    * LibyaΓÇÖs GDP per capita is $ 14,192.

    * For each family member the state pays a $ 1,000 yearly subsidy.

    * Unemployed are paid 730 $ monthly.

    * The salary of a hospital nurse is $ 1,000.

    * For every newborn $ 7,000 is paid .

    * Newly weds are donated $ 64,000 to buy an apartment.

    * To open a private business one gets a one-time financial aid of 20 000 $.

    * Large taxes and duties are prohibited.

    * Education and medicine are free.

    * Education and Internships abroad are at government expense.

    * There are chain stores for large families with symbolic prices for basic foodstuffs.

    * For the sale of products past their expiry date large fines are levied, in some cases detention by the police is foreseen.

    * A number of pharmacies have free dispensing.

    * Counterfeiting medication is considered a major crime.

    * No rental payments.

    * No payment for electricity for the population.

    * The sale and use of alcohol is prohibited, "prohibition" is a law.

    * Loans for buying a car and an apartment are given at no interest.

    * Real estate services are prohibited.

    * If an individual decides to buy a car up to 50% of the price is paid by the state, to militia guards it donates 65% of the price.

    * Gasoline is cheaper than water. A liter of gasoline costs $ 0.14. (2) The profits from oil sale were spent on the population welfare and rising life standards.

    * Gaddafi has amassed more than 143 tons of gold. He planned to introduced the dollar-free zone use a gold dinar instead of currency in settlements with other countries. (3)
  6. pspr


    Geez. We've got Muamar Gaddafi all wrong. He must have been a Saint! :D