posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 12:51 AM
That's a legitimate theory acmpnsfal. However, I suggest considering it from a different perspective.
Imagine you're the elites. The oil industry is secure in your grasp and the profits from it have been flowing nicely for decades. Unfortunately the
peons (non-elites) are restless as a result of the whole "global warming" subject having been shoved down their throats for several years, and now
the need to begin diversifying into "green" energy is becoming a necessity. While the discussions about how to deal with "global warming" have
been dragging on and on, I have little doubt that the elites have been putting the pieces together which would allow them to not only control the
biggest, cutting edge "green" industry companies, but also profit mightily from them. All that is needed is a means by which to, shall we say,
inspire people to begin the transition away from oil and into these so-called "green" forms of energy.
So, getting back to your theory. Whether or not the Gulf of Mexico oil leak was an accident, look for the elites and power brokers to find ways to
profit from it. People will see the impact of millions of gallons of oil on the environment and feel more compelled to "go green". The elites have
been waiting, planning, and scheming to motivate people to do just that, and this disaster in the Gulf may prove to be exactly what they needed.