From the Archives: Gaddafi in 1976

Editor’s Note: This 1976 BBC production shows Libya’s revolutionary leader, Muammar al-Gaddafi, hard at work for his people. There is also some interesting footage of his family life. The voiceover is prejudiced, but the unique glimpse into Gaddafi’s daily life and his articulation on the need to support revolutionary movements outweigh the occasionally inaccurate assertions of the narrator.

— Nina Westbury, Editor and Creator of Crimson Satellite

Also see:
Muammar Gaddafi: The Prince of Water
Clinton’s Reaction to Gaddafi Assassination Symbolizes Inhumanity of Empire

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