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Major explosions, closely synchronized, ruptured Russia's Nordstream 1 and Nordstream 2 pipelines in multiple places, leaking large quantities of gas into the sea.  Both lines may be permanently destroyed due to corrosive salt water entering the pipes to replace the gas.


Ukraine would probably have liked to have done it, but they lacked the means. Their last working submarine was taken by Russia when it seized Crimea in 2014.  Biden once threatened Nordstream, and the US has the capability, but doing that at this juncture would make little sense.  Of course, much Biden does makes little sense.

One suspect has been Russia itself, and that theory is expounded in The Spectator, a centuries-old British conservative publication:


Also Russian naval support ships and submarines were seen in the area of the explosions shortly before they happened:


Glenn Beck had another interesting take on his radio show today, that it was the German government.  The Russians were not using the pipelines to send gas to Germany or Europe, and in fact Nordstream 2 never even officially was put into use.  The destruction of the pipelines could give the German government an excuse for their own energy failings when things get tough this winter.  It could also serve the globalist cause of trying to end use of fossil fuels.  One has to remember that the Green Party is a coalition partner in the German government.  Like Russia and the US, Germany would have the capability of orchestrating this sabotage.

Here is the take from the Daily Mail of London:


On a possibly related note, mystery drones were reported flying around Norway's oil and gas platforms in the North Sea.

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( September 29th, 2022 @ 10:03 am )
Joe is witless enough to do this, but probably more to help the WEF globalists than to impact Ukraine, but I think Beck may be onto something with the leftist government in Germany. It helps them with their climate craze and gives them an excuse for this coming winter. Their agenda benefits more than anyone.
( September 29th, 2022 @ 12:15 am )
Only one country has said on multiple occasions that if the Russians invaded Ukraine, one way or another, Nordstream would never pump again. This was said by the US President and echoed at a later date by the US State Department. There is zero question in my mind that Slow Joe did this.
( September 29th, 2022 @ 9:45 am )
Interesting perspective on this.
"The question – one it seems I keep asking the last two years – is “does it really matter?”
Maybe the Americans blew it up.
Maybe the Russians blew it up.
Maybe someone else blew it up.
Or maybe nobody blew it up, and the entire story is a fabrication.
Whatever the truth may be, the end result remains the same. Gas and electricity will be more expensive. There will be a huge push to turn to “renewables”, talk about “climate catastrophe”, and maybe even be energy rationing and/or blackouts.
People will freeze, starve and probably die this winter. That has always been part of the plan, what reason is there to think this “attack” is anything but more of the same?
Everyone is abuzz with talk of who did what, and asking “Was it sabotage?”
But the simple answer to that is “yes, of course it was.”
No matter the exact specific details of the situation, the Nordstream explosion was definitely an act of sabotage.
The same sabotage we’ve been seeing for two years.
The sabotage of our entire way of life, by people who would profit both monetarily and politically from a sea-change in the way our society is structured.
The sabotage that leads to faking a pandemic, gutting our healthcare, locking us in our homes and ruining our businesses.
The sabotage of our economy, our society and our very bodies.
The sabotage of us, by them.

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