Behind the smoke and mirrors…

Spain’s “assistance” in helping get Cuban political prisoners “released” may not be solely about adding Spanish owned all-inclusive hotels and getting the EU to change it’s Cuba policy or even nudging the US to change their Cuba travel policy. All that smoke being blown up our collective behinds may be about…

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To wit:

Is Repsol-Spain-Cuba another BP-Scotland-Libya?

Also consider this: British Petroleum, whom you all know was responsible for the Deepwater Horizon disaster in The Gulf, gave more money, by far, to the Obama campaign than any other oil company. The disaster was cause for the Obama administration to impose drilling ban in US waters.

Thus, for us skeptics, the supposed changes in US/Cuba policy may not be all about the loosening of travel restrictions, but maybe, just maybe, they may be about the removal of sanctions against companies doing business with the castro regime. A Cuba Oil Drilling contract would be a boon for BP, being that they can no longer drill in US waters, plus the proximity of Cuba, and of course a lack of regulatory control by the Cuban government unlike that of the US.

Update: Coincidence?

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