Pre-Deepwater Horizon BP put options and sell-off à la 9/11

Posted on June 3rd, 2010 Dan

Well this is shaping up into a possible environmental flase flag attack.  It certainly is the kind of catalyzing event they would need to ram thru all kinds of carbon taxes in the name of protecting the environment.   Problem-reaction-solution.

One would think that in the interest of keeping their NWO black ops secret, they wouldn’t allow dumping stocks and put options, because it’s a dead giveaway of foreknowledge.  Perhaps the insiders are either so greedy they can’t help themselves, or they think the general public is so stupid we won’t put 2 and 2 together.

Lets not be hasty though.  Time will tell.

Raw Story reports: Goldman Sachs sold $250 million of BP stock before spill

The brokerage firm that’s faced the most scrutiny from regulators in the past year over the shorting of mortgage related securities seems to have had good timing when it came to something else: the stock of British oil giant BP.

Other asset management firms also sold huge blocks of BP stock in the first quarter — but their sales were a fraction of Goldman’s. Wachovia, which is owned by Wells Fargo, sold 2,667,419 shares; UBS, the Swiss bank, sold 2,125,566 shares.

Wachovia and UBS also sold much larger percentages of their BP stock, at 98 percently and 97 percent respectively.

The first comment at the bottom of the Raw Story article was interesting…

Cheney’s Halliburton bought a company called Boots & Coots which became well known for putting out some of the world’s largest oil and gas fires. 8 days before the disaster http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/69…

Goldman Sachs shorted the Gulf Oil stocks the day before the accident http://www.examiner.com/x-8199-Breakthrough-Ene…

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.a…

Cementing of the oil rig well was finished only 20 hours before the explosion http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?st…

BP sent workers from the well head testing company home 11 hours before the explosion on April 20 — “without performing a final check http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/05/20/bp-smo…

A team from Schlumberger, which is highly regarded for their safety, asks a BP company man to use the Cement Bond Log (CBL) to dump fluid down the well and BP’s company man refused. Schlumberger rep decides to leave citing safety issues but only if they called in their own transport as BP rep would not let Schlumberger leave on a BP Chopper.
http://adropofrain.net/2010/05/rumor-schlumberg…


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