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BP SPILL – “Anti-British” Obama Comes Under Attack For Critisizing BP 25

Posted on June 24, 2010 by bp complaints

Barry Obama had better watch out, the British Elite may be starting to lose patience with the teleprompter n chief Obama. Big business in the UK now critisizing him over his handling of the disaster. John Napier, head of insurance giant RSA, would appear to be more concerned with US-UK trade relations than the ongoing ecological disaster in the gulf. Writing in an open letter, John Napier labelled Mr Obama “anti-British” for his attack on BP. In the note – seen by Sky News – the RSA boss said Mr Obama should act in a “more statesman-like way”. Mr Napier appeared in an exclusive interview on Jeff Randall Live and explained why he had written to the president. He said: “I’ve just put on record my concerns about the tone that has developed, particularly about the personalisational issues, which is alien to us in our culture. “And the fact it’s being received over here as an anti-British rhetoric – that may not be his intent, but that is how it’s reading.” In the letter, Mr Napier bluntly questions Mr Obama’s ability to take “the heat when under pressure”. It follows the president’s scathing attacks on BP and particularly its chief executive Tony Hayward in the wake of the oil spill, which was triggered by an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon rig on April 20. news.sky.com
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Evidence Points To BP Oil Spill False Flag Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones www.prisonplanet.tv www.infowars.com www.prisonplanet.com Tuesday, Jun 8th, 2010 – 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 Troubling evidence surrounding the Deepwater Horizon explosion on April 20th suggests that the incident could have been manufactured. On April 12th, just over one week before the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded, Halliburton, the world’s second largest oilfield services corporation, surprised some by acquiring Boots & Coots, a relatively small but vastly experienced oil well control companies. The company deals with fires and blowouts on oil rigs and oil wells. It was responsible for putting out roughly one third of the more than 700 oil well fires set in Kuwait by retreating Iraqi soldiers during the Gulf War. The deal itself is still under scrutiny with Boots and Coots facing an ongoing investigation into “possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of state law” Where this information gets really interesting is with the fact that Halliburton is named in the majority of some two dozen lawsuits filed since the explosion by Gulf Coast people and businesses who claim that the company is to blame for the disaster. Halliburton was forced to
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