Erdogan’s Palace Built with blood of Libya


President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and UN-appointed Chairman of the Presidential Council of Libya Fayez al-Sarraj have made numerous “deals” in the name of Libya, but neither man has the rightful authority to do so.

Erdogan has built an astounding palace for himself as he attempts to recreate the Ottoman empire, but is it built on the blood of dead Libyans?

Jimmy & JoAnne Moriarty join me to share details and insights you will not hear anywhere else.

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  1. Counts for most elite palaces I think; war, damaging and polluting practices, etc. But it seems all OK. And maybe that’s why Ghadaffi had to leave , he gave people medicine, let them study, tried to green the desert, etc.