When Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was in charge of Libya, Slave Trade was punishable by death.
Blacks were treated equally and he employed and surrounded Himself with them.
After his Government was toppled and he was killed by The Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton administration.
Libya has become a humanitarian dịsaster.
Terrorism and Slave Trade has resumed fully in Libya Today.
RT Reporter Murad Gazdiev raised an alarm recently after visiting Libya where he said that a black man sells for the sum of $200 Per Head.
Women are sold into sex slavery and forced Labour.
Libya was one of the best African Countries when Gaddafi was President before Barack Ọbama and Hilary Clinton happened to Libya.
Now look at this grave Injustice!
When CNN aired footage of what appeared to be African migrants being sold at a slave auction at a Libyan detention camp in November 2017, the outrage was immediate and global. The U.N. Security Council condemned the “heinous abuses,” the E.U. demanded “swift action,” and French President Emmanuel Macron called for a military rescue operation.
Yet just over a year on, little has been done to prevent these abuses. E.U. member states are renewing calls to halt Europe-bound migrants at the Libyan coastline. “The situation for refugees and migrants in Libya remains bleak,” says Heba Morayef, Middle East and North Africa director for Amnesty International. “Cruel policies by E.U. states to stop people arriving on European shores, coupled with their woefully insufficient support to help refugees reach safety through regular routes, means that thousands of men, women and children are trapped in Libya facing horrific abuses with no way out.”
Joy, who speaks the polished French of an educated woman, says the E.U. directive to curb migrant arrivals not only emboldens corrupt Libyans but also amplifies their deep-seated prejudice against black Africans. “The Libyans understood that if the E.U. doesn’t want blacks to come, it means we are not valuable as humans,” she tells TIME, cradling her newborn, in a shelter for trafficked women in Lagos, Nigeria. “The E.U. is essentially rewarding these militias for abusing us, for raping us, for killing us and for selling us.”
She said ”a government-backed militia, emboldened by the E.U. deal to crack down on migrant smuggling hubs, raided the compound where she was staying. She was picked up by a rival group and locked in a room with scores of other women for several months. The women were expected to work as prostitutes, and some were sold to buyers looking to staff their own brothels. Joy, several months pregnant at that time, was largely left alone, she says, but the conditions were “inhumane.”