We can although take issue with some of the claims made in it such as "as Gaddafi’s goal of creating a single, gold-based, African currency called the “gold dinar” with which he planned to trade African oil for. This would have conflicted directly with western corporate and banking interests and their international fiat monetary system upon which the IMF and their “casino economy” is built. " This a frequent assertion of challenging the oil dollar was also made about Saddam's Iraq, Iran and Venezuala's Chavez and fails to stand up to any serious scrutiny except wishful hopes of another economic reality.
We can accept the articles conclusion (but perhaps not their terminology) . "While the globalists attempt to sell their wars as moral and for the betterment of the world, they are at heart driven only by a desire to spread hegemony and consolidate control, with the ultimate goal being global hegemony."