Background Information About British Petroleum (BP)’s Oil Disaster
The Oil Cartel’s Goal: Toppling the Obama Government
Friday, July 16, 2010
The largest oil spill in US history was caused by British Petroleum (BP), a prominent member of the international Oil Cartel. While this environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has lasted for months, the decisive question still remains unanswered: Who benefits from this escalating crisis? This public health information here provides an answer from a historical perspective.
Exposing the Past of the Oil Cartel
The Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal Records show that:
- WWII was a conquest war by the German chemical, oil and drug cartel IG Farben (Bayer, BASF, Hoechst).
- This Cartel financed the rise of the Nazi party and prepared them technologically for war.
- They financed the overthrow of the democratically elected government to establish a dictatorship as the precondition for their world conquest.
The key elements of the Cartel’s strategy were:
- Financing the launch of a radical grassroots movement – the ‘brownshirts’ – with the purpose to destroy democracy.
- Deceptively promoting the brownshirts in Cartel media as ‘protectors’ of democracy and constitutional rights.
- Financing a terrifying event, the Reichstagsbrand, to portray the democratically elected government as helpless and replace it with a dictatorship.
The implementation of this Cartel strategy cost the lives of 60 million people and the destruction of entire continents in WWII.
After WWII, the German Cartel was dismantled and its shares transferred to US and UK-based multinational oil and drug corporations. The criminal past of the Cartel was hidden from the public.
2010 Oil Spill: Sobering Parallels
What is at stake for the Cartel today are no longer territorial claims – but its mere existence. The survival of BP and the Oil Cartel is threatened by technological advances in the area of renewable energies combined with the political determination to apply these tech no logies on a global scale. In 2008, president Obama was even elected on a platform ‘to end the tyranny of oil’.
With its very existence threatened, the Oil Cartel has an obvious interest in toppling the Obama government. Towards this end it supports an unprecedented campaign based on cartelcontrolled media, a grassroots movement destroying democratic culture with violent tactics and positioning ‘drill, baby, drill’ politicians to take over the White House.
Until April 2010, the only missing element in that strategy was a crisis that could be used as an emotionalizing political vehicle to turn the people against their democratically elected government. Then, the explosion of the BP oil platform occurred.
It is noteworthy that in the weeks before the explosion, another member of the Oil Cartel, Halliburton, was conducting ‘work’ at this very platform. This company had become notorious for its role behind the Iraq War.
While there is no direct evidence for a premeditated act causing this explosion yet, there is overwhelming evidence of criminal neglect to stop the leak. The Senate hearing of BP CEO, Hayward, gave striking testimony to this effect.
The perceived benefit for the Oil Cartel of this ‘strategy of neglect’ is clear: Every gallon of oil spilling into the Gulf of Mexico would increase the public perception of the Obama government as being inept and powerless. This negative image, in turn, could then be used in future election campaigns to take back the White House for the Cartel.
The Consequences of This Publication
Revealing these historical facts and their present-day context has immediate consequences:
- It crushes the Cartel’s strategy to topple the US government.
- With the exposure of the criminal past of the Oil Cartel, the Gulf tragedy backfires against the Cartel itself. From today onward, every gallon of oil reaching the shores of the US coast is a reminder that these interests were capable to risk the health and lives of millions before.
- Since the environmental damage of the BP oil spill will last for at least a generation, our generation now has the historic opportunity and responsibility to address the problem at its roots: Replace outdated dependency from oil with modern, renewable energy technologies.