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BP Oil Spill....different take

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Posted: 6/21/2010 6:07 PM

BP Oil Spill....different take 


Its looking more and more like BP/Goldman Sachs may have deliberately allowed this spill to happen and the Obama adminstration has been deliberately trying to slow down cleanup efforts. The CEO of BP and the CEO of Goldman Sachs (former CEO of BP) both dumped significant amounts of BP stock a week prior to the explosion. Obama  (who's largest campaign backer is Goldman Sachs) is starting to use this crisis to start pushing through the stalled cap and trade carbon tax scheme for which BP is strategically positioned to be a world leader. BP was part of the original team who thought up the cap and trade scheme with Al Gore and the good folks at Enron.

This thing stinks to high heaven.

Good Alex Jones video here outlining some of this using a lot of mainstream news links.

http://www.youtube.com/v/gNW0lkjTxAQ

Last edited 6/21/2010 6:35 PM by Bigcadaver

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Posted: 6/21/2010 8:55 PM

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I wouldnt believe that nonsense even if it was Bush.

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Posted: 6/21/2010 10:23 PM

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Bigcadaver wrote: Its looking more and more like BP/Goldman Sachs may have deliberately allowed this spill to happen and the Obama adminstration has been deliberately trying to slow down cleanup efforts.

The thread title cannot be accused of false advertising...

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Posted: 6/21/2010 10:33 PM

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Ok, just one dumb question.

Why would BP allow this to happen? And even if there were a conspiracy to make this happen, what would have those CEOs gained from dumping the stock?

They would have profited more from having BP go on as before, handing out large dividends and seeing the stock continue to rise.

All they got if what Cadaver claims is true is that they got a whole lot of capital gains and a chance to pay a whole lot of taxes.

These conspiracy theories really spin my head.

Now there is one small light of truth. Obama will try to use this disaster to try to pass Cap and Trade. But as for not jumping on this right away, the guy is simply not a good manager.

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Posted: 6/22/2010 8:11 AM

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wolley wrote: Ok, just one dumb question.

Why would BP allow this to happen? And even if there were a conspiracy to make this happen, what would have those CEOs gained from dumping the stock?

ME: Wolley...what did the CEOs gain? Other than 100s of millions of dollars? They gained two things...
1. They gained the long planned positioning of BP as the GREEN oil company that will be at the forefront of the cap and trade scheme if/when it is pushed through. BP was one of the architects of the whole idea along with Gore, Clinton and Ken Lay back in the late 90s.
2. Global warming and the politically motivated cap and trade scheme has been a major priority for the global elite for some time now. This is exactly the global crisis they need to "unite" the world and carbon taxes and carbon credits is a critical way for them to consolidate power and to enslave the population further.

You also need to realize one thing...these CEOs allegiance doesn't lay with their companies....these politicians' allegiance doesn't lie with their countries...and NONE of these guys' allegiances even lie with themselves. All these moves are made as a number 1 priority to serve the globalist agenda. Some of these guys have to act the stooge (Obama)...the dummy (Bush)...the incompetent (BP, CEO) but in the end they are just playing their assigned roles. Right now people are angry, outraged...watching the news mad at Obama...mad at BP. This is perfect cover to push this agenda forward. If you could finally connect that key dot you'd be able to understand this a whole lot easier.

They would have profited more from having BP go on as before, handing out large dividends and seeing the stock continue to rise.

ME: What's best for BP (AND the global agenda) is the the cap and trade legislation to go through. What's best for CEOs individually is secondary. Things fall into place once you can grasp this simple idea.

All they got if what Cadaver claims is true is that they got a whole lot of capital gains and a chance to pay a whole lot of taxes.

ME: No...they got an enormous news smoke screen to push their globalist agenda forward in the form of the perfect crisis to push the cap and trade legislation through. And....do you REALLY think these guys pay taxes?

These conspiracy theories really spin my head.

ME: I know....they did for me too until I was able to finally see and connect a few critical dots. Once you do everything makes much more sense. Right now you are ACTUALLY thinking in your head that these conincidences all make sense right? Golman Sachs (largest Obama campaign backer) CEO....FORMER CEO of BP....dumping a large quantity of his stock weeks before the explosion....the current CEO of BP doing the same....Halliburton buying up the largest oil cleanup company in the Gulf weeks before the explosion and being awarded huge contracts as we speak....BP documented as being part of the architects of the cap and trade scheme uniquelly positioned to profit enormously from it if/when it goes through...etc etc etc. These "conincidences" don't make your head spin?

Now there is one small light of truth. Obama will try to use this disaster to try to pass Cap and Trade. But as for not jumping on this right away, the guy is simply not a good manager.


Me: Nah....just doing the job....or playing the role I should say...that he was hired for.

 

 

Last edited 6/23/2010 2:58 PM by Bigcadaver

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Posted: 6/22/2010 8:36 AM

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I have trouble believing that ANY company would puprposefully cause one of the greatest enviornmental disasters in the history of the planet.

I just don't see much short or long term upside to that scenario.

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Posted: 6/22/2010 10:19 AM

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AtlSkin wrote: I have trouble believing that ANY company would puprposefully cause one of the greatest enviornmental disasters in the history of the planet.

I just don't see much short or long term upside to that scenario.

The short term gain is a massive media smoke screen through which these criminals can push their agendas forward while the masses are distracted.

The long term gain is obvious. If BP is indeed positioned to be a leader in the cap and trade scheme they would benefit enormously from this legislation finally moving forward. And again...this is at a company/CEO level....this is not the primary goal but a secondary one. Getting cap and trade pushed forward is the ultimate goal...climategate and just the growing knowledge that man made climate change is false has stalled this initiative. This crisis is just the shot in the arm it needs to get rammed through. Hopefully enough people will be made aware of it to stop it.
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Posted: 6/22/2010 10:56 AM

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Alrighty then!

HBTD!!!

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Posted: 6/22/2010 1:15 PM

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Posted: 6/22/2010 1:50 PM

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fosterslager wrote:

So mature!

Interested in weighing in on the conversation at all? Or do you want to ignore these "coincidences" and keep drinking your koolaid like a good little serf?
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Posted: 6/23/2010 7:46 AM

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This guy gets loonier every time I check in here.roll.gif

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Posted: 6/23/2010 8:18 AM

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AlvinWalton wrote: This guy gets loonier every time I check in here.roll.gif

Another intelligent informed post. Do you have any evidence that contradicts the information that has been put forward? Do you have any evidence that these CEOs DIDN'T dump their stock? That Haliburton DIDN't buy up Boots and Coots for $240 million a few weeks prior to the spill? That BP WASN'T part of the original cap and trade carbon credit architecture group with Al Gore, Bill Clinton and Enron in the late 90s?

If you can't find any of this evidence supporting your claim that i'm loonie for looking at alternative views then your rational is that all these are simple coincidences? Do I have your position on this issue correct?

Thought so. Bring in some intelligent rebuttal points then get back to me. Otherwise please keep out of my thread.
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Posted: 6/23/2010 10:20 AM

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Full story on Goldman Sachs selling their BP stock...

http://rawstory.com/rs/2010/06...llion-bp-stock/

Full story on BP CEO Tony Hayward selling his stock prior to the explosion...

http://topmoneyinvestor.blogsp...ares-weeks.html

Report of the purchase of Boots and Coots by Halliburton 8 days prior to explosion...

http://www.thestreet.com/story...oots-coots.html

Short write up on Halliburton buying Boots and Coots written after the explosion...

http://inspiredeconomist.com/2...-the-oil-spill/

Article with BP CEO Tony Hayward from March of this year (prior to rig exlplosion) speaking about CAP and TRADE. The first line is the article is a quote from Hayward saying...“I profoundly believe that a cap-and-trade mechanism is the only way we will solve the emissions issue,”

http://www.upstreamonline.com/...ticle209369.ece

Interesting article written in February regarding the assumed death of Cap and Trade in the U.S. and BP pulling out as a result....

http://www.globalwarming.org/2...nd-caterpillar/

Just too many coincidences!

Last edited 6/23/2010 10:51 AM by Bigcadaver

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Posted: 6/23/2010 11:33 AM

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Why do our presidents hate New Orleans?
First Bush sends Katrina to New Orleans to kill black people and now Obama sends an oil spill to New Orleans to destroy white fisherman. We should stop having presidents.

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Posted: 6/23/2010 2:46 PM

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AlvinWalton wrote: Why do our presidents hate New Orleans?
First Bush sends Katrina to New Orleans to kill black people and now Obama sends an oil spill to New Orleans to destroy white fisherman. We should stop having presidents.
lol

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Posted: 6/23/2010 2:51 PM

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fosterslager wrote:
AlvinWalton wrote: Why do our presidents hate New Orleans?
First Bush sends Katrina to New Orleans to kill black people and now Obama sends an oil spill to New Orleans to destroy white fisherman. We should stop having presidents.
lol
No researched rebuttal...no informed commentary. You've really contributed to this thread which deals with what will turn out to be the larges environmental catastrophe in history. Nicely done both of you!

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Posted: 6/23/2010 3:14 PM

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I don't do research on dribble spouted by fruitcakes.
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Posted: 6/23/2010 3:25 PM

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AlvinWalton wrote: I don't do research on dribble spouted by fruitcakes.
doctor-z.GIF

The material that has been put forward has been reported in varifiable sources. Fruitcakes you say? Good for you....keep drinking your koolaid and watching CNN...everything will be ok.
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Posted: 6/24/2010 10:16 AM

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Ponies and Baloons!!

First hand account from a lady who claims to have been allowed inside BP to witness some of this farce of a cleanup effort. Seems to mesh pretty well with everything that's been reported in this thread.

http://www.youtube.com/v/h3bzypjTIWg

Why isn't this witness all over the news stations? The same reason William Rodriguez wasn't....their accounts contradict the official account.

Last edited 6/24/2010 10:25 AM by Bigcadaver

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