I found this website, congress.org, who had the following headline for this story:
Evidence Points to BP Oil Spill False Flag
Halliburton link, BP is Bilderber, Dumping of Stocks & Shares
- Sales of shares and stocks in days and weeks beforehand
- Halliburton link, acquisition of cleanup company days before explosion
- BP report cites undocumented tampering with well sealing equipment
- Government uses disaster to push for Carbon Tax, Nationalization talk
Congress.org is not run by congress, it's a website where people can get involved and write their local officials about topics like this one. Here is
some more from the article:
As the New York Times  noted on May 26th, “BP officials chose, partly for financial reasons, to use a type of casing for the well that the
company knew was the riskier of two options,”
Workers from the rig and company officials have said that hours before the explosion, gases were leaking through the cement, which had been set in
place by the oil services contractor, Halliburton. Investigators have said these leaks were the likely cause of the explosion.”
Gases were set in place by Halliburton that probably caused the explosion? WTF?
And here is another great article talking about the coincidences between BP, boots & coots and goldman sachs.
Needless to say that BP is not the caring and generous corporation that they claim to be on television. That being said let us now move on to the
"preemptive" decisions that some of these key power players made prior to the explosion in the Gulf. First off is Halliburton's decision to buy the
company Boot's and Coots just 8 days before the disaster, Boots and Coots is well known for putting out some of the largest oil and gas fires in the
world. In another psychic and beneficial move, Goldman Sachs dumped half of their BP holdings, 4,680,822 shares, in the first quarter, right before
the disaster. This is despite BP posting record gains in the fourth quarter of last year.
Some other intuitive dumping was done by Wells Fargo, who sold off 98 percent of their shares of BP days before the disaster. The Swiss bank UBS also
sold off 97 percent of their shares prior to the explosion. In an overtly suspicious move Goldman Sachs placed shorts on Transocean stock, which is
betting that a stock will fail, the day before the explosion of the rig. As if all these moves aren't dubious enough BP chief, Tony Hayward, sold off
one third of his holdings of BP stock weeks before the disaster.
Guys.. it's wake up time, time to open up your eyes...