NATO’s War on Libya Was Primarily a War for Water
But one of the prime motivators for the perverse US, UK, French invasion of 2011 was over a commodity that many people don’t even realise is of supreme value: fresh water.
Even wells by the Mediterranean cost are too near to the sea to produce drinkable water.
According to independent experts, there is enough groundwater in Libya to last for another 1,000 years.
Gaddafi’s River would pump fresh drinking water and water for irrigation into the populated regions of the country, thus literally making the desert bloom and making the country independent in terms of water supply.
Under present global conditions water is itself becoming a highly valued commodity as evidenced by recent reports that Turkey is now trading its water supplies to Iraq in exchange for oil.
Not only could Libya’s vast reserves of groundwater have been exported to poor and developing African nations that Gaddafi had warmly embraced as the world’s foremost pan-African leader, but Libyan experts could have helped other African nations access their own groundwater reserves, thus making such countries less dependant on cooperation with former colonial European powers and the neo-colonial United States.
In this sense a pan-African Great Man-Made River was even more frightening to the destroyers of Libya than a pan-African Dinar.
The triple threat of un-managed population growth, particularly in Africa, climate change and man-made environmental exploitation is going to make water a far more valuable commodity in the 21st century than at any time in modern history.
For Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Nicholas Sarkozy and David Cameron, this simply could not be.
This indeed was the plan as much as the plan also included forcing Africa to remain Dollar dependant and energy dependant.
[PDF] Viable Methods of Soil and Water Pollution Monitoring, Protection and Remediation (Nato Science Series: IV:)
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