“Libya’s Qaddafi” is a short feature on Muammar al-Qaddafi by William K. McClure on 60 Minutes, showing what life in Libya was like in the 1980s under Qaddafi. Under Qaddafi the people in Libya enjoyed a very high quality of life. Much of the revenue of Libya’s natural resources (especially oil) went to the people of Libya. Housing was considered a human right and Qaddafi’s goal was to provide everyone with a house and a means of transportation. Healthcare and education were free. All of this is confirmed in this video, and was completely in line with what he promised in his “Green Book” which I also highly recommend reading.
One can easily imagine why, over time, Qaddafi became and increasingly bigger problem to the financial elite who want to enslave the world through their monetary system based on usury and debt-slavery. Eventually they had to get rid of Qaddafi because he became too big of a threat when he wanted to introduce an independent gold-backed currency for the entire African continent. I discuss this in more details in my post “On money, Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general”.