Senate Blocks Investigation into BP, Largest Environmental Disaster in History

Kurt Nimmo

Damn Rustics. It seems they think it is doable to investigate a transnational oil corporation owned by the Square Mile London financial district, the House of Windsor, the Club of the Isles, and last but not least the Lord of Mann, known to you commoners as Queen Elizabeth II, England’s Lord Proprietor.

The Merry Old Monarchs have come a long way since Queen Victoria acquired Jardine Matheson Holdings, the company responsible for addicting millions of Chinese to opium.

The Richest Lady in the World, through her Venetian-style fondo (trust), owns castles, jewelry, gobs of art, and a portfolio of blue chip stocks and bonds and real estate investments around the world. Her investment portfolio, as of the late 90s, was estimated to be worth £3 billion (for you Rustics, that is $4.66 billion). As the Doge of the financier-oligarchy, she is the largest land-holder in the world. Most of it was stolen from natives.

Do you think the Black Nobility of Germany and the City of London are about to allow a few lowly senators in a former colony investigate the largest environmental disaster in history? Not.
Now please move along. Nothing to see here.

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