Louisiana has crept back into the news again, and again, this news is not good. It is long overdue that credit be given where credit is due with regard to the underlying conspiracy in relation to the Great Gulf Coast Holocaust. As the Gulf, once again, stands upon the precipice of disaster, it is time to begin naming names. After reading the next two articles, I believe that most readers will join me in calling for indictments and long prison sentences for the complicit officials of BP, Halliburton, Goldman Sachs and Transocean.
As I pointed out in a previous article, we now conclusively know that Methane laden oil and Corexit, resulting from the BP oil spill, permeates the entire geological structure and threatens to reap widespread devastation upon the beleaguered State and perhaps even the entire region. The methane and Corexit has even made its way into the New Madrid Fault prompting FEMA earthquake drills and the need to ship thousands of generators to Louisiana. Additionally, the ongoing health, safety of the food and the quality of the air are still seriously jeopardizing the health of Gulf Coast residents and I call for justice for this catastrophe which knows no bounds.
The so-called “BP oil spill,” arguably stands as the greatest ecological disaster in the history of mankind. What has been labeled as a tragic accident by the corporate controlled media, was anything but an accident. With the coastal regions of Louisiana facing such dire dangers, it is time to give credit where credit is due. It is time to identify the corporations and the individuals who have brought this devastation upon the goals.
Four predatory criminal enterprise corporations consisting of what I have dubbed, The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse (i.e., Transocean, British Petroleum, Halliburton and Goldman Sachs), had demonstrable foreknowledge of the impending explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. How can you be sure that this fact is true? The short answer is, to simply follow the money.
The actions of these corporations with regard to money movement in concert with each other, makes it clear that these four corporations had foreknowledge of what was going to transpire. Rather than alerting the authorities, the public and the employees stationed on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig of the impending disaster, instead chose to remain silent and to position themselves to profit from this event which resulted in 11 completely avoidable fatalities as well as the ecological destruction of an entire region with an ongoing and an ever-expanding perimeter of devastation which still serves to imperil Louisiana to this day.
Follow The Money
“Follow the money” is a familiar refrain when one is trying to ascertain the motives which underlie predatory criminal actions. Greed was certainly a motivating factor for the collective criminal actions of these for corporations.
Our journalistic trek will prove to be a surprisingly simple endeavor because all we will have to do to comprehend the motives and goals of these “spillioniares,” is to the follow the money trail. And for that, we begin with Transocean.
Transocean’s Nefarious Character
On the food chain of Gulf Coast co-conspirators, the evidence demonstrates that Transocean merely played the role of an errand boy. Yet, this criminally orientated transnational corporation willingly served as the perfect stooge from which to do the bidding of the masterminds of this event (e.g., Goldman Sachs).
Contrary to popular belief, BP did not own the ill-fated Deepwater Horizon oil rig. The owner of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig was Transocean. As with any criminal investigation, it is prudent to begin by analyzing the criminal character of the accused.
Transocean is indeed a proven criminal enterprise corporation with a long history of significant legal entanglements involving many national governments. Transocean’s legal transgressions include, but are not limited to, the bribery of foreign governmental officials, tax fraud, tax evasion and falsifying records.
It is now clear that Goldman Sachs, who will be proven to be the mastermind organization behind this tragedy, sought out Transocean in order to play the role of the “hit man” in this tragedy.
It is important to note that Transocean began an intimate relationship with fellow Gulf co-conspirator and orchestrator of this tragedy, Goldman Sachs, in 2007 as Transocean was merged into its current corporate state which included incorporating Transocean into a Cayman Island Corporation. A Cayman Island corporation would be more difficult to prosecute, and to secure evidence from, by the United States government. It does not take a great deal of imagination to understand why Goldman Sachs took an interest in creating the new look Transocean when one considers the “Stooge” role Transocean would soon play in the Gulf event, less than three years later. Transocean legal status had to extend beyond the reach of the United States justice system because they could have implicated the other three co-conspirators.
Transocean’s Criminal Past
Most recently, Transocean has been prosecuted by the governments of Norway and the United States. Transocean is being prosecuted by the Norwegian government for fraud and failing to pay taxes on over 10 billion dollars of profit.
Transocean is also being prosecuted by the United States government. In the case of The United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division, of the United States of America v. Transocean, the American government is prosecuting Transocean on four counts:
COUNT 1– Conspiracy to Violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (18 U.S.c. § 371
COUNT 2– Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Violation – Nigeria (15 U.S.C. § 78dd-l(a)).
COUNT 3– False Books and Records – Nigeria (15 U.S.C. §§ 78rn(b)(2)(A), 78m(b)(5), 78ff(a)).
COUNT 4– False Books and Records – Nigeria (15 U.S.C. §§ 78m(b)(2)(A), 78m(b)(5), 78ff(a))