I agree B&G, I see no evidence whatsoever that this is oil spill is anything more than an accident. I'm not going to cry any tears for BP, they have played down the risks of this type of drilling venture, for many years, because the profits from oil are so high. Government regulatory bodies also played down the risks, because they wanted the oil. Consumers never bothered to find out how risky these ventures were, because they weren't interested in where the oil came from, as long as it kept coming.
Scientists warned that this was a likely event, some scientists that I know personally. They were involved in the investigation of a very similar, but not quite so bad, oil spill, off the Western Australian coast. This spill was a likely event, not an unforseen accident.
I don't believe for one second that BP were unaware of this earlier oil spill, or that it was likely to suffer the same fate on any number of its own oil rigs. It just happened to be one off the coast of the USA.
Blaming some shadowy secret society, elite family, blah blah blah, certainly lets the real cuprits off the hook. I wouldn't be at all surprised if this was encouraged by BP and the government officials that were lax in their responsibility.
Better yet, call it an act of god, then they can all wring their hands and cry out for a miracle, or get excited 'cause disasters mean jesus is coming.