On 22 Aug 2011 (before rebel fighters entered Tripoli) UN Special Adviser Ian Martin from England gave a report to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, detailing NATO's plan to dominate Libya. (I have reason to suspect that Martin is a Jew.)
Martin’s report says NATO will start by sending 200 military “observers,” plus 190 UN “police,” plus 61 “civilian staff” to help solidify NATO’s control. All non-state media will be controlled and censored (i.e. "monitored"). The African Union will be kept out of Libya.
The report puts Libyan assets stolen by various nations at $150 billion, and estimates that Libya’s GDP will decline by a catastrophic 47%. It praises Qaddafi in the fields of health and education. It also praises reforms by former Prime Minister Ghanem, and reforms by Qaddafi's son Saif al-Islam, now wanted by the International Court of Criminals.
It concedes that NATO-backed rebels used child soldiers, and committed many atrocities and war crimes. It expresses doubt (several times) about Qaddafi’s alleged use of foreign fighters or mercenaries.
England, France, and Italy are all vying for supremacy. England wants the UN's top man in Libya to be Ian Martin, who has never been to Libya. Sources in the UN's Department of Political Affairs say the Italians and French are competing against Martin.