Posted: July 11th, 2010 by Militant Libertarian
The BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is obviously a situation of unprecedented proportions. Even worse is that there is a great deal of evidence to indicate that this event was an engineered conspiracy. Even if one is not convinced of a conspiracy it is at the very least obvious that the U.S. government and the corporate media are not giving the general public a full picture of what’s going on.
First, a number of powerful players conveniently had the foresight to dump large numbers of BP shares prior to the event which began on April 20th 2010. This saved them from the substantial loss in value of BP shares that occurred after the event.
Goldman Sachs sold 44% of its shares in BP just prior to when this disaster began.
BP’s CEO Tony Hayward sold a large chunk of his BP shares a few weeks before the spill.
Both Wachovia and UBS also sold a large block of their BP shares before the spill.
Second, Halliburton which had been responsible for servicing the oil rig involved in this disaster purchased Boots and Coots a company specializing in extinguishing oil well and oil rig fires just days prior to the incident. Halliburton was also involved in conducting a cementing operation on the oil rig just 20 hours before it went up in flames. BP would eventually hire Boots and Coots to work with them on containing the oil spill.
Third, Peter Sutherland a member of powerful globalist organizations such as the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group has held high level positions at both Goldman Sachs and BP. It is highly probable that he played a role in Goldman Sachs decision to dump a large chunk of their BP shares prior to the disaster considering he has maintained an affiliation with both institutions. Conveniently the Trilateral Commission’s web-site removed his bio page from their web site but it is still available via the Way Back Machine here. There it details his role at both BP and Goldman Sachs.
Fourth, this disaster is now conveniently providing the U.S. government and the various powers that be the excuse to revamp energy policy. In particular, it provides the pretext to push ahead draconian cap and trade and carbon tax initiatives.
Fifth, on the day of the explosion the Coast Guard initially reported that there was an explosion on the oil rig three hours before it went up in flames. They later retracted the statement claiming that this was due to a computer time-stamp problem and that such an explosion never took place. This is a fairly ridiculous notion considering that accountability of time is taken incredibly seriously in every branch of the U.S. military. It is unlikely that such a mistake was made and more likely that this was merely an attempt to retract truthful information that didn’t fit in with how they intended on framing the official story.
Sixth, all attempts to plug the oil gusher have thus far failed. This in of itself isn’t strange but what is strange is that the tactics used to plug the leak have basically been the same ones that failed to stop a much smaller oil leak that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico in 1979. Why would so-called industry experts use the same tactics that failed 31 years ago on a much larger oil gusher? It doesn’t make any sense unless the intention was to prolong the disaster. Surprisingly, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow actually did a half-way decent job covering this aspect of the containment failures in one of her TV segments which can be viewed below.
From a more esoteric perspective the 2009 film “Knowing” starring Nicolas Cage shows a TV news report of an oil rig on fire in the Gulf of Mexico that looks very similar to the real life event that occurred a few months ago.
In the 1970s BP released a board game called “Offshore Oil Strike” which contained artwork and themes quite reminiscent of what we see unfolding with the current oil rig disaster today.
Many important historical events involving a significant amount of deaths have occurred on either April 19th or April 20th and more generally from April 19th till May 1st. This has led many to believe that the priest class elite see this as an important period of time to stage events which are in actuality blood sacrifice rituals. Officially, the oil rig explosion of April 20th 2010 resulted in the deaths of 11 people. Other recent events that have occurred on either April 19th or April 20th include the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the slaughter of the Branch Davidians in Waco in 1993 and the Columbine school shooting incident in 1999. On April 19th 1775 the first battles of the Revolutionary War at Lexington and Concord took place. In recognition of these battles, this day is now observed in Massachusetts as Patriots Day and is officially observed on the third Monday of the month of April. Even more interesting, is that the Virginia Tech Massacre which resulted in the death of 33 people including the shooter by way of suicide took place on April 16th 2007 which also happened to coincide with the date Massachusetts observed Patriots Day that year. April 20th is even Adolf Hilter’s birthday. April 20th is also the 110th day of the year and the 111th day on leap years which is a very interesting numerological connotation.
The bottom line is that the chances are very high that the BP oil disaster was an engineered event designed to push ahead cap and trade and other new sweeping regulatory reforms. It allows companies like Halliburton and others to profit off of what will be a very expensive clean up. All of the players that dumped BP stock before the disaster now have the opportunity to buy back into the stock at far cheaper prices. We could even see higher oil and gasoline prices especially if the moratorium on oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico implemented by the Obama administration remains in place.
Overall, if one looks at who gains from these events it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out who might have engineered them. The same can be said about the this on-going disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.