Tuesday, July 27, 2010


BP oil spill viewed from space.

The plot:

Exxon does not have enough oil fields.

(Is Exxon Mobil's future running dry? - MSN Money / Exxon Reserves - WSJ.com)

Reportedly, Exxon wants to take over BP.

Allegedly, sabotage takes place.

The BP share price drops and BP becomes a takeover target.

To further hurt BP, the US blames BP for the release of the innocent Megrahi.

Reportedly, the evidence in the Lockerbie trial was faked to cover up 'alleged' CIA drug smuggling involving Monzer al Kassar.

The drug smuggling was to have been revealed by Major Charles McKee and his team who were travelling on PanAm 103 with their evidence.

The oil spill story may have been exaggerated?

Around 750 boats drafted in to scoop up oil from the Gulf of Mexico are having 'trouble' finding any crude in the sea, a top US official has said.

"We are starting to have trouble finding oil," US pointman Admiral Thad Allen, who is in charge of handling the government's response, told reporters.

The boats are "really having to search for the oil in some cases" around the area of the capped well, he added. (AFP: Gulf boats having trouble finding any oil: US official)

(Thanks to Dublin Mick for the link)

The USA is angry that BP is to drill for oil off the coast of Libya. (BP to begin deep-water drilling off coast of Libya)

If Exxon takes over BP, Exxon gets more oil, including that off the coast of Libya.

In 1975, the CIA's Philip Agee testified that he had conducted personal name checks of employees for a subsidiary of what is now Exxon.

Exxon was "letting the CIA assist in employment decisions, and my guess is that those name checks...are continuing to this day." (Philip Agee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Halliburton bought an oil cleanup company days before BP explosion.

(Halliburton to Buy Boots & Coots for $232 Million - FOXBusiness.com)

A BP report refers to tampering with well sealing equipment. (False Flag )

Important people sold BP shares just before the explosion

The Obama regime may use the BP disaster to push for a Carbon Tax and to change the ownership of BP.

Does the US government hope that a US company can grab BP?

In December 2008 we read in The Telegraph that "The most startling takeover target of the year will be BP, which will attract interest from Exxon Mobil...

"BP will be historically cheap by most measures..." - After a year of shocks, prepare for more in 2009

The days when water was cleaner.

On 8 June 2010, Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones at Prisonplanet.com, wrote that evidence points to the BP oil spill being a False Flag

Among the points made:

1. On 12 April 2010, just over one week before the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded, Halliburton bought Boots & Coots, an oil well control company.

Halliburton is named in the majority of some two dozen lawsuits filed since the explosion by Gulf Coast people and businesses who claim that the company is to blame for the disaster.

Halliburton carried out a cementing operation on the Deepwater Horizon rig 20 hours before the accident.

The lawsuits claim that four Halliburton workers stationed on the rig improperly capped the well.

2. BP’s prepared testimony briefing notes that the Hydraulic Control System on equipment designed to automatically seal the well in an emergency was modified without their knowledge sometime before the explosion.

3. Goldman Sachs dumped 44% of its shares in BP Oil not long before the BP accident.

Other asset management firms also sold huge blocks of BP stock in the first quarter.

Before the accident, Wachovia, owned by Wells Fargo, sold 98% of its shares in BP and Swiss bank UBS sold 97% of its BP shares.

As reported by the London Telegraph on June 5th 2010, Tony Hayward, the chief executive of BP, sold £1.4 million of his shares in BP weeks before the spill.

4. The Obama administration is renewing talk of a carbon tax and has created the opportunity to reintroduce the idea of nationalizing oil, which the Democratic leadership has long sought.

Market Analyst: ‘BP’s Not Going to Last as a Company More Than a Matter of Months’