THE GREAT GULF COAST HOLOCAUST
By Dave Hodges
October 14, 2011
The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse
“It was a cold, bright day in April and the clocks were striking thirteen.” – George Orwell – “1984,” first sentence.
The horrific event of April 20, 2010, 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.
The next several parts of The Great Gulf Coast Holocaust will demonstrate that 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. 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 resulting in the ecological destruction of an entire region with an ongoing and an ever-expanding perimeter of devastation.
“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 “The Four Horseman”. However, this incident is not just a case of unrestrained greed as the readers of this series will soon learn. The next several parts of this series will clearly reveal that the ultimate prize of the Gulf oil spill incident consists of acquiring unprecedented and unwarranted levels of power which will culminate in the establishment of a one world currency (i.e., technocracy), the ongoing forfeiture of private land in favor of the biofuel industry which will then be followed by the imposition of a scientific dictatorship which will ruthlessly rule over the planet and the remaining inhabitants.