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[[Ellen Brown]] notes that one of the first actions taken by the Libyan rebels after the [[2011 Attacks on Libya]] was to set up their own central bank.<ref>{{UG |link=675 |type=episode |desc=how {{te}} lies by omission}}</ref>.
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'''Ellen Brown''' notes that one of the first actions taken by the [[Libyan]] rebels after the [[2011 Attacks on Libya]] was to set up their own central bank.<ref>{{UG |link=675 |type=episode |desc=how {{te}} lies by omission}}</ref>.
 
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Person.png Ellen Brown   Amazon WebsiteRdf-icon.png
(activist, author, researcher)
Born1945-09-15
Pleasanton, California
Member ofActivist Post
Interests • Banking
• Money reform

Ellen Brown notes that one of the first actions taken by the Libyan rebels after the 2011 Attacks on Libya was to set up their own central bank.[1].

15 September 1945| 

A Quote by Ellen Brown

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2011 Attacks on Libya“Gaddafi's government holds 143 tons of gold, and a similar amount in silver. This gold was intended to establish a pan-African currency based on the Libyan golden Dinar. This plan was designed to provide Francophone Africa with an alternative to the CFA."”14 March 2016The Ecologist


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