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Presidencies of Libya: Saif al-Islam, candidate for Libyans and Africans Cultures Économie Sociétés Internationale Politique Moyen-Orient

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*By: Alfred Djasnan
Speaking about international politics and geopolitics in Libya, we cannot address that without talking about the Libyan African leader who was killed by NATO forces in light of the silence, complacency and complicity of the international community, and the French desire was motivated by the personal hatred of the former French Nicolas Sarkozy.
From de Gaulle to Nicolas Surkozy, passing through the new tenant of the Elysium, Emmanuel Macron, French policy in Africa has not changed at his fingertips. They do it well to achieve its ultimate goal, the community of Western imperialists under the leadership of France, , led by Nicolas Sarkozy did everything in his power to eliminate Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi on October 20, 2011. 
The African leader, the defender of the African continent, leader Muammar Gaddafi, was assassinated. France committed this crime with the participation of a number of Arab leaders. In Africa, the Chadian army played under the leadership of Idriss Deby, who was close At the time of the Libyan leader was behind the plot when he decided to abandon Gaddafi under pressure from France while he was preparing to build. His rear base in the Chadian mountains of Tibesti to continue his fight against NATO, asserts a high-ranking general close to Gaddafi and still retains the right to Not being named for security reasons, the general says that there are documents signed to allow Muammar Gaddafi to build his military base on Chadian soil.
Through al-Qaed, the leader was planning to fight a long-term war to liberate the continent, and this began with the launch of the African Communications Satellite and the denomination of the single African currency, the African dinar.
Libyan chaos and national awareness!
That was on March 19, 2011, after the adoption of United Nations Resolution 1973, which was passed in the Security Council to protect civilians and was misinterpreted to justify the intervention of the French military. Communications This was before the issuance of the aforementioned decision. 
After that, NATO began launching its air raids and for a period of eight months, it delivered the most lethal types of weapons using fifteen satellites and more than thirty thousand air raids, sweeping the country across the length and breadth of the country.
Here, the Libyan people cannot forget that they are aware of all the massive destruction they suffered from the French attack led by NATO in 2011. 
The aim was to mislead the Libyans and to show the French and NATO intervention that it aims to serve the Libyan people. By establishing what was then called the National Transitional Council, led by a group of French intelligence agents, and to confirm an international alliance, the American intelligence agents who entered the line forcefully were brought in through the return of their agent, Khalifa Haftar, from Virginia in the United States, which is another trick.
At the same time, Britain worked to transfer British intelligence agents to Libya who launched the National Front to Save Libya. The goal was to destabilize and end Libya’s African role in favor of the forces of colonialism and global imperialism. The goal is to plunder the wealth and capabilities of this African country. It was the leader of Gaddafi's Libya, socially interconnected, all Libyans were equal
Saif al-Islam, absent present
Saif al-Islam, born in Tripoli on June 25, 1972, from his mother Safiya Farkash and father Muammar Gaddafi, continued his studies in Britain at the prestigious London School of Economics, a British university. Specialized in scientific research and academic teaching.
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi participated in the confrontation with NATO for eight months and moved from one region to another urging the Libyans to fight for their country and fell into captivity after he was exposed to the classroom in the Ubari region in the Libyan south. And his family was the absent Saif al-Qathafi. 
He was able, while in his detention, to solve many issues and reform between a number of Libyan tribes, and now the man returns to save his country and most Libyans know that he is a man of tolerance and national interests. His bounties, and then the shock of the enemies of Africa was great, and they tried to stop his career by challenging his candidacy for the presidential elections on the 24th of this month.
But he emerged victorious in the Sebha Court of Appeal on December 2, 2021 and became the official favorite. He knew very well that it was necessary to take some time to make the decision to get involved in the political scene of Libya because the political environment of the country is polluted by the imperialists and their mercenaries who have destroyed everything in their path and made the Libyans live in tragic conditions. Looting oil and destroying the Libyan dinar was among their priorities.
The Libyans were forced into exile to some neighboring countries who simply and purely refused to welcome Libyans as refugees but accepted them as tourists as if Libya were not at war!.
Libyans were forced to go to neighboring countries just to save their lives because assassinations and kidnappings are common from Benghazi to Tripoli via Derna, Misurata and so on...
By observing the political landscape of their country, from the outside as well as from the inside, the Libyans for the most part realized that their country was the target of a major international conspiracy aimed at destabilizing their country as well as killing their leader. 
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. And now, after all these lean years!? 
They realize that Gaddafi's Libya was doing very well today.
According to specialists in African and international geopolitics, Libyans and Africans would like to see the son of leader Muammar Gaddafi win the upcoming Libyan elections on December 24, 2021.
If Saif al-Islam wins the Libyan elections in December 2021 against his heavyweight opponents: in eastern Libya Khalifa Haftar, the former Minister of the Interior in the National Unity Government Fathi Bashagha, or the current Prime Minister of the interim government, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, The Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, Aguila Saleh, Libyans and Africans will be pleased to relive the good old days of Gaddafi and the new Libya with the charisma of the young Saif al-Islam, who polls confirm has a strong influence on Libyan public opinion.
Indicators confirm that in the event of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi winning the presidency of Libya. The candidate of the Eastern Force, Khalifa Haftar, will not hesitate to use force to defeat the will of the voters and circumvent their convictions, and he is thus writing his political end, which will lead to his exit from the Libyan political scene once and for all.
Unfortunately for Khalifa Haftar, the popular diplomacy polls in the African continent confirm that the electoral equation will not change in his favour. According to the information circulated from African and European decision-makers and centers, some figures surrounding Haftar began trying to make contacts with close to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi to come up with a deal, all of those attempts were unsuccessful. 
Failure, which confirms the generation of Haftar’s conviction that the coming winds of change are heading towards Saif Gaddafi’s coming to power in Libya through the ballot boxes, as Gaddafi’s supporters in the African continent hope.
In light of this, any attempt by Khalifa Haftar to seize power by force after the presidential elections in Libya will lead to a fire in the country towards a civil war, and the result will be catastrophic for the country and its neighbors. What is required of the international community is to protect the peace process and the road map that started a year ago and which ends with the success of the elections as the only way out for the country from its crisis.
We will return very soon in detail to the scenarios during and after the upcoming Libyan elections! See you very soon.
* African writer and journalist, editor-in-chief of the Charilogone Media Network