Deepwater Horizon oil spill

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Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Deepwater Horizon oil spill - May 24, 2010 - with locator.jpg
Year 2010
Date 04/20
Place United States
(italic is official story)
British Petroleum, Halliburton
Cluesforum [CF 1]

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill was a psyop taking place in the Gulf of Mexico, United States from April 2, 2010 onwards. Allegedly, the Deepwater Horizon well drilling the Macondo prospect in the Gulf of Mexico for BP was leaking oil to the surface because of a failing Blow Out Preventer (BOP).

Obvious media fakery and stories about not being able to find the oil show this being a fraud. The stock markets were affected by the psyop. In 2016, the movie Deepwater Horizon was released about this event, conforming to the Zal rule. The event was also presented before in prescriptive programming in the movie Knowing (2009).

Official story

• Bla bla bla BS
Wikipedia[MSM 1]


Discoverer Enterprise and the Q4000 work around the clock burning undesirable gases from the still uncapped Deepwater Horizon well in the Gulf of Mexico (06/26, 2010)


Photo 1

  • Photo of an allegedly burning platform, but the boat on the left is spraying the other boat. Colors do not seem to match either.[CF 2]


  • Ridiculous media fakery; video footage allegedly filmed on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico is actually in a studio, with three times the reflection of a door opening (@ 0:29, 0:38 and 5:12).[1]
  • Another video, allegedly coming from the sea floor shows flames as if it was not filmed below 2000 m/6000 ft of water... footage is looped, a.o. @ 4:30.[2]


  • "So reason why so little 'oil' was found in the Gulf in May 2010 is that it was already gone away in August!"[CF 3]
  • The Macondo prospect was the winning name in a contest (not the normal way to name prospects) after the fictitious cursed town in the novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Colombian Nobel Prize-winning writer Gabriel García Márquez.[CF 2]
  • 2016 the movie Deepwater Horizon was made, starring Mark Wahlberg and getting 37,7 million USD in subsidies.[CF 2]
  • 2009 movie starring Nicholas Ford Coppola Knowing.[CF 1]

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