Invisible Cloak !!! Who Really Owns B.P.?

 

Obama's Friends?        Bill Gates, ...

 

It's more than a cover-up. It's an invisible cloak.

 

It shouldn't be a state secret, but if you relied
on the US news media, you'd never know who
really owns and controls BP.

MSM ( corporate controlled mainstreammedia, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CNN) -- myth is it's "British-owned."

Only partially correct.

The media is protecting three well known - and
notorious - corporations.

Video:

https://www.brasschecktv.com/page/886.html

 

by Dinkiedow

 

 Posted 06/12/10

 

White House Regulars Own a strong part of B.P.!

They want to shift all the blame overseas..

That would shield his friends Trillions, Surprised?

 

Some of the Poor People hiding behind Obama's curtain!

 

JPMorgan Chase is the No. 1 holder of stock in BP. That distinction also has earned the Wall Street bank the title of "Global Ultimate Owner" of the oil giant, as it owns 28.34% of BP.

 

In the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP™s stock value has plummeted, prompting news stories identifying the company™s largest investors. Oddly enough, some media outlets have failed to identify the largest BP shareholder: the U.S. investment firm JPMorgan Chase.

 

see below list w/out JPMorgan Chase.

 

 

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 7,133,000 shares at $407,080,310
Trade Winds Global LLC 7,436,248 $424,386,673
Wells Fargo & Co.; 7,768,541 $443,350,634
FMR LLC 7,854,386 $448,284,051
Morgan Stanley 11,224,852 $640,602,303
Price(T.Rowe)ass. 12,442,139 $710,072,872
State Farm Mutual 13,052,048 $744,880,379
Bank Of America 13,911,165 $793,910,156
Barrow,Hanley Mewhinney 16,700,677 $953,107,636
Wellington Management 34,841,626 $1,988,411,595

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Then You Have The Obama Friends That Own The Clean-Up Companies!   "All In The White House Bundles"

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Not to mention the rape of the country's economy.

They have made and are still making billions.

I think the cost of the 2 wars is up to almost a trillion now.  

How do you get someone to agree to a no bid, cost plus contract to go to war anyway?   A gun to the head?
It's more than a cover-up. It's an invisible cloak.

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

 

In the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP™s stock value has plummeted, prompting news stories identifying the company™s largest investors. Oddly enough, some media outlets have failed to identify the largest BP shareholder: the U.S. investment firm JPMorgan Chase.

 

According to the European financial database Amadeus, JPMorgan Chase is the No. 1 holder of stock in BP. That distinction also has earned the Wall Street bank the title of "Global Ultimate Owner" of the oil giant, as it owns 28.34% of BP.

 

Next, at 7.99%, is Legal and General Group, a British-based financial services company with assets of more than $350 billion.

Another U.S. investment firm, BlackRock Inc., owns 7.1% of BP.

Other owners include the governments of Kuwait, Norway, Singapore and China.

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BP Board Members are: ----

* Carl-Henric Svanberg “ Chairman
* Sir Ian Prosser “ Non-executive director
* Byron Grote “ Chief Financial Officer
* Andy Inglis “ Chief executive, Exploration and Production
* Antony Burgmans “ Non-executive director, board of Mauritshuis, AEGON, Unilever
* Cynthia Carroll “ Non-executive director, CEO of Anglo American, also board of De Beers
* Sir William Castell “ Non-executive director chairman of The Prince™s Trust
* George David “ Non-executive director
* Tony HaywardCEO/MD BP Worldwide
* Iain Conn
* George David vice-chairman of the Peterson Institute for International Economics
* Erroll Davis, board of General Motors and Union Pacific.
* Douglas J Flint, CBE director HSBC
* Dr DeAnne Julius, director of Chatham House

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CNN News reported that Obama is using the crisis to push his "energy initiative," aka Global Warming Carbon Tax.

The president also used the oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico to advance his alternative energy agenda Wednesday, calling it a warning that America needs to transition away from dependence on fossil fuels.

"The catastrophe unfolding in the Gulf right now may prove to be a result of human error ” or corporations taking dangerous shortcuts that compromised safety," he said.

"But we have to acknowledge that there are inherent risks to drilling four miles beneath the surface of the Earth ” risks that are bound to increase the harder oil extraction becomes.

 

Just like we have to acknowledge that an America run solely on fossil fuels should not be the vision we have for our children and grandchildren."

There is no mention of tapping vast oil reserves on land. We could not locate a story on the BP Stock sale on their web site.

The sale of stocks before the spill has led some to allege that Goldman Sacs knew of the pending "accident" that caused the oil spill. The "accident" would give added public opinion for the cap-and-trade bill proposed by Kerry and others.(more)

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 British Petroleum

  

Founded in 1909 to explore the oilfields of Persia (now Iran). Originally called the Anglo-Persian Oil Company. Generally markets itself as "BP".

Official Website:


https://www.bp.com/

Industry:


Energy

EXECUTIVES

Name

Occupation

Birth

Death

Known for

David Allen

Business

c. 1955

 

Group Chief of Staff, BP, 2000-08

John Browne

Business

20-Feb-1948

 

CEO of British Petroleum, 1995-2007

Anna C. Catalano

Business

c. 1959

 

Former executive at BP-Amoco

Rodney F. Chase

Business

c. 1943

 

Former BP executive

Iain Conn

Business

c. 1963

 

CEO Refining & Marketing, BP

W. Douglas Ford

Business

c. 1944

 

Former BP/Amoco executive

Stephen F. Gates

Business

20-May-1946

 

Former EVP, Conoco-Phillips

Byron Grote

Business

c. 1948

 

CFO of BP

Thomas M. Hamilton

Business

c. 1944

 

CEO of EEX Corporation, 1997-2002

Richard Haythornthwaite

Business

c. 1957

 

Chairman of Mastercard

Tony Hayward

Business

c. 1957

 

CEO of BP

Robert B. Horton

Business

18-Aug-1939

 

CEO of BP, 1989-92

Andy Inglis

Business

c. 1960

 

CEO Exploration & Production, BP

William J. Johnson

Business

c. 1934

 

President of Apache Corporation, 1991-94

William G. Lowrie

Business

c. 1944

 

President of Amoco, 1995-98

Larry D. McVay

Business

c. 1957

 

Edgewater Energy Partners

Charles J. Pitman

Business

c. 1942

 

Retired Amoco executive

James H. Ross

Business

c. 1940

 

Chairman of National Grid, 1999-2002

David J. H. Smith

Business

c. 1942

 

CEO of Whatman plc, 1996-2001

Enrique J. Sosa

Business

c. 1940

 

Former Dow Chemical/Amoco executive

Dan A. Westbrook

Business

c. 1953

 

Former executive, BP China

 

CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS OR DIRECTORS

Name

Occupation

Birth

Death

Known for

David Allen

Business

c. 1955

 

Group Chief of Staff, BP, 2000-08

Antony Burgmans

Business

13-Feb-1947

 

Chairman of Unilever, 1999-2007

Cynthia Carroll

Business

c. 1956

 

CEO of Anglo American

William Castell

Business

c. 1948

 

CEO of GE Healthcare

Iain Conn

Business

c. 1963

 

CEO Refining & Marketing, BP

Erroll B. Davis, Jr.

Business

c. 1943

 

Chancellor, University System of Georgia

Douglas J. Flint

Business

c. 1956

 

Group Finance Director, HSBC

Byron Grote

Business

c. 1948

 

CFO of BP

Tony Hayward

Business

c. 1957

 

CEO of BP

Andy Inglis

Business

c. 1960

 

CEO Exploration & Production, BP

DeAnne S. Julius

Economist

14-Apr-1949

 

Chairman, Royal Institute of International Affairs

Walter E. Massey

Business

5-Apr-1938

 

Morehouse College president, physicist

Tom McKillop

Business

19-Mar-1943

 

Chairman, Royal Bank of Scotland

Ian Prosser

Business

c. 1945

 

CEO of Six Continents plc, 1987-2000

Peter Sutherland

Government

25-Apr-1946

 

First Director General of the WTO

 

CNN News reported that Obama is using the crisis to push his "energy initiative," aka Global Warming Carbon Tax.

The president also used the oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico to advance his alternative energy agenda Wednesday, calling it a warning that America needs to transition away from dependence on fossil fuels.

"The catastrophe unfolding in the Gulf right now may prove to be a result of human error ” or corporations taking dangerous shortcuts that compromised safety," he said.

"But we have to acknowledge that there are inherent risks to drilling four miles beneath the surface of the Earth ” risks that are bound to increase the harder oil extraction becomes. Just like we have to acknowledge that an America run solely on fossil fuels should not be the vision we have for our children and grandchildren."

There is no mention of tapping vast oil reserves on land. We could not locate a story on the BP Stock sale on their web site.

The sale of stock just prior to the spill has led some to allege that Goldman Sacs knew of the pending "accident" that caused the oil spill. The "accident" would give added public opinion for the cap-and-trade bill proposed by Kerry and others.

(more)

 

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