The story of the Nord Stream 2 sabotage operation

Investigations into the sabotage of Nord Stream 2 continue

but the geopolitical context has not changed since then, nor has the confrontation between the two superpowers, the USA and Russia. So the explanation lies either with the US or with Russia itself.

document: of 29 april 2023

A Russian Navy ship specializing in underwater operations was present near the scene of pipeline sabotage shortly before the explosions, according to the Danish newspaper Information.

What was the SS-750 doing in the region, four days before the blasting of the two pipelines? According to Joakim von Braun, “it is very likely that these ships were involved in the sabotage operation”. Moreover, according to Information, the very fact that Danish, Swedish and Polish patrol vessels were sent to the area at that time confirms that, for these countries, “something suspicious happened around 21-22 September”.

In early March, the New York Times reported that US intelligence sources had suggested that a “pro-Ukrainian group” was behind the sabotage, but that the US president, Volodymyr Zelensky, had not been involved.

For years, both pipelines have been at the center of geopolitical tensions, stoked after Moscow’s decision to cut off gas supplies to Europe in alleged retaliation for Western sanctions.

handout: june 7, 2023

An investigation by the Washington Post revealed that the CIA had been informed by an intelligence agency of a European country that Ukrainian forces were preparing to sabotage the Nord Stream gas pipeline.

Classified documents, released online in the spring, reveal this. US officials were reportedly informed of this plan in detail in June 2022, three months before the attack.

The paper relies on information from numerous classified documents allegedly published online by the young US soldier Jack Teixeira, before the leak was discovered by the military and the apprehended suspect in mid-April. The documents indicated that an intelligence agency from an unspecified European country had informed the CIA in a report, four months after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began, that military divers responding directly to the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces were planning the attack on Nord Stream.

According to the Washington Post, US intelligence services have long worried about operations that Ukraine might want to conduct against Russia, which could tip the war into a direct conflict between Moscow and the US and its NATO allies. Last February, Ukraine’s military intelligence agency agreed, “at Washington’s request,” to postpone a planned strike on Moscow, according to another leaked classified document. Since then, a drone strike on Russia’s capital on May 30, an unprecedented offensive, and armed incursions are increasing in Russia’s Belgorod region, which borders Ukraine. Kyiv continues to defend itself from involvement in these attacks.

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The search for motives among the states involved in the Russia-Ukraine conflict:

mobile 1 : Russia is the big winner of this sabotage operation.

Russia knew that its invasion of Ukraine would lead to economic sanctions and an embargo on its oil and gas exports. It also knew that the sabotage was going to have a negative impact on the economic activity of Germany, NATO’s main base near the conflict zone, which has based its development on the use of cheap Russian gas.

At the same time, the lack of Russian gas in Western Europe would create an energy crisis and limit European aid to Ukraine accordingly.

The arrival of shale gas and American oil to compensate for this loss of imports from Russia will take several years, after the end of the war against Ukraine for its membership in the Russian bloc, to the Great Russia of which this province had been an economic pillar both agricultural and industrial.

And we must add the destruction on Tuesday, June 6, 2023, of the Ukrainian Kakhovka Dam. Russia, which possessed it, had the means to mine the dam to bring about such destruction and flooding of a region that is becoming impossible for the Ukrainian army to cross temporarily. But that argument is equally valid for Ukraine, which will no longer be able to be invaded by Russian troops any time soon, except for the disastrous civil and economic consequences.

The logic of this sabotage pleads Russian responsibility. From there to come back so early on the responsibility of sabotaging the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, there is only a shortcut of history to go through…

mobile 2 : the US is the big winners from this sabotage

In the following February 8, 2023, document published by investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, the US for several years sought a way to stop the flow of gas into Europe, and especially Germany. Their goal is to sell their shale gas and oil to Europe.

The logic is therefore fully in action during this sabotage of Nordstream 2.

There is a custom, however, in the actions of the secret services that we do not attack an ally like Germany or, henceforth, Ukraine, but that we take this action away from another ally.

The example of the Echelon Network set up by the NSA to control satellite telecommunications is known with the subcontracting of this mission to England as regards the control of Europe.

Economic sanctions against Russia have resulted in difficulties in the Russian economy, and the absence of revenue from oil and gas exports does not allow Russia to support a high-level war effort imposed by Ukraine’s military resistance.

For the US arms industry, on the contrary, it regains the only possible mirific profits in time of war.

The question of subcontracting sabotage to Ukraine?

This is the optimal solution seen on the US and NATO sides, because Ukraine is the first concerned to weaken Russia’s economy by eliminating its gas exports to Germany.

mobile 3 : Ukraine alone decides sabotage action to weaken the Russian economy

The explanation here is also clear and logical.

The willingness of the Ukrainian leadership to ally itself with Europe has not had a clear and definitive answer on the acceptance of this highly strategic and geopolitical demand. The 2014 Minsk agreements were never implemented and respected.

European World War II history demonstrates the lack of will and solidarity to eliminate both the Nazi threat in Germany and the threat of communism backed by Stalin’s Soviet Union.

We have shown that the explanation of this situation is well known since it was the leaders of the Anglo-Saxon high finance who, as early as 1919, prepared and financed the second world war mainly for the German army to conquer Russia’s wealth for their greatest profits from the bankers of the new world government.

By contrast, the Maidan events clearly demonstrated the will of a majority of Ukrainians to separate themselves from Russian influence and Putin.

So why not take charge of our own destiny and get out of this perverse game between Americans, Europeans and Russians?

Ukraine’s history has shown its leading role in the Soviet victory of 1945 and its leading role in the Soviet economy.

On February 24, 2022, Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine.

On September 26 and 27, 2022, Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines were hit by significant gas leaks.

How can we imagine for Ukraine that Germany and Europe will help it with all their might, precisely when this industrial and economic power is based in large part on the extensive use of Russian gas? To be sure, economic sanctions against Russia were imposed as soon as Russia invaded, but the will to use Russian gas in Europe en masse has not disappeared.

Can European politicians once again sacrifice Ukraine to conserve this convenient and available energy resource through Nord Stream 1 and 2?

Cutting this Gordian knot is vital for Ukraine in order to weld European and especially American support, whose consequences of this sabotage are nevertheless very profitable for it.

We are at that investigation level on June 7, 2023. As so often, we will have to wait until the state secret is lifted from the secret state archives to really understand what happened. Except that for a few years now, the digitization of these archives has made it very easy to leak. And it has been the case in the US.

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“That begs a very different question than to ask yourself cui bono? (who benefits?) – namely, who was it easiest to commit the sabotage? If the Russian navy had been able to conduct a vast sabotage operation in the middle of a maritime zone surrounded by NATO or candidate countries, 300 kilometers from the nearest Russian naval base, the Russians would have made a fool of NATO. This would have been an impressive display of Russian capabilities in seabed warfare.

But the Russians could have accomplished the simple destruction of Nord Stream 1 and 2 – without any demonstration effect – much more easily at their doorstep, in the Gulf of Finland.On the other hand, things were much easier for NATO: as recently as June, the US 6th Fleet, together with its NATO partners, conducted exercises off Bornholm, during which unmanned underwater vehicles were also tested. Exercise BALTOPS 22 could have been used as a test or camouflage backdrop to install explosive devices on gas pipelines. To be sure, there is currently no evidence that either party was responsible for the act, and a truly independent investigation is unlikely ever to take place. But, for an impartial observer, what if someone has ever called out “a thief!”?

source: Ralph Bosshard, Swiss Lieutenant-Colonel (ret’d) (ret’d) in his article:

Sabotage of Nord Stream pipelines: Swiss military expert clears fog

February 8, 2023

author: Translation by Bruno Bertez

Excerpts from the press report:

Biden’s decision to sabotage the pipelines came after more than nine months of top-secret discussions within Washington’s national security community about how best to achieve that goal. For most of that time, the question was not whether to do the job, but how to do it without knowing who was responsible.

From its earliest days, Nord Stream 1 was regarded by Washington and its anti-Russian NATO partners as a threat to Western dominance. The holding company behind it, Nord Stream AGNord Stream AG, was incorporated in Switzerland in 2005 in partnership with Gazprom, a Russian publicly traded company generating huge profits for shareholders, dominated by oligarchs known to be under Putin’s sway. Gazprom controlled 51% of the company, with four European energy companies—one in France, one in the Netherlands, and two in Germany—sharing the remaining 49% of the stock and having the right to control downstream sales of cheap natural gas to local distributors in Germany and Western Europe. Gazprom’s profits have been shared with the Russian government, and in some years state oil and gas revenues have been estimated to amount to as much as 45% and 45% of Russia’s annual budget.

America’s political fears were real: Putin would now have a major additional and indispensable source of income, and Germany and the rest of Western Europe would become dependent on cheap natural gas from Russia-while decreasing Europe’s dependence on America. In fact, that is exactly what happened.

The Navy has proposed using a newly commissioned submarine to directly attack the pipeline. The Air Force discussed dropping bombs with delayed devices that could be detonated remotely. The CIA argued that whatever was done should be secret. Everyone involved understood the stakes. “These aren’t kids’ stuff,” the source said. If the attack were traceable in the United States, “It’s an act of war.

The Norwegian navy was quick to find the right place, in the shallow waters of the Baltic Sea a few kilometers off the Danish island of Bornholm. The pipelines ran more than a mile apart along a seabed that was only 260 feet deep. This would be well within range of divers, operating from a top-class Norwegian mine-hunter, who would dive with a mixture of oxygen, nitrogen, and helium leaking from their tanks, and plant C4 loads on all four pipelines with concrete caps. It would be tedious, time-consuming and dangerous work, but the waters off Bornholm had another advantage: there were no major tidal currents, which would have made the task of divers much more difficult.

On September 26, 2022, a Norwegian Navy P8 surveillance aircraft conducted a seemingly routine flight and dropped a sonar buoy. The signal spread underwater, first to Nord Stream 2 and then Nord Stream 1. Hours later, the high-powered C4 explosives were detonated and three of the four pipelines were taken out of service. Within minutes, pools of methane that remained in the closed pipes could be seen spilling onto the water’s surface, and the world learned that something irreversible had happened.

A few months later, when it emerged that Russian authorities had quietly obtained estimates of the cost of repairing the pipelines, The New York Times described the news as “complicating theories about who was behind” the attack. No major US newspaper has cited previous threats to pipelines from Biden and Under Secretary of State Nuland.

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We have been following this case since 2019 and the writing of the Poet’s Speech in Belfort. General Electric (GE) wanted to shut down gas turbines and other turbines in Belfort to transport the machines to its plants in the USA. It was a way to deprive Europe of gas turbines and to ensure that decisions on these turbines were made by the US government. The Nordstream 2 pipeline was being completed, and to use these new volumes of natural gas, new plants with gas turbines would inevitably be needed.

We had written that to save Belfort and its gas turbines, the Russians had to intervene to oppose the American will to close the plant.

Present on the web since February 2002, and its team have understood that with the Internet, everything can be known and this more or less quickly. While efforts to monitor, censor and shut down websites are taking place, whistleblowers are on the rise and better-informed Internet users have a clearer understanding of what is going on in these conflicts organized by the leaders of the Anglo-Saxon world government.

The politically sabotaged destruction of Nord Stream 2 was intended to coalesce with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The Dignity Revolution, also known as the Maidan Revolution, or February Revolution, took place between February 18 and 23, 2014, following the Euromaidan. Very quickly the political choice no longer concerns independence from Russia but also from the USA and NATO’s military activities in Europe. The pro-Russian government is driven out but the demonstrators are overtaken by the pro-European and American clan. And the war waged by Ukraine against the pro-Russian regions begins.

On March 2022, Nord Stream 2 SA announced the dismissal of all its staff and filed for bankruptcy, following the sanctions imposed by Germany, the European Union and the United States in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Engie is a creditor of Nord Stream 2 SA in the form of a loan in the order of €1 billion; its share fell by more than 13% on the Paris Stock Exchange.

On 26 and 27 September 2022, the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines suffered major gas leaks, manifesting on the surface of the Baltic Sea in boiling waves of several hundred meters in diameter, following several underwater detonations.

The sabotage of the pipeline uses the most advanced technologies.

First in the work of divers. This press article demonstrates this, and it presents the special diving school of the United States Navy.

The use of bombs later triggered by a low-frequency acoustic signal produced by a sonar buoy. The press article does indeed present this technological choice of using very low-frequency acoustic probes such as those of the “flutes”, these very low-frequency sonars which in the form of pipes follow the submarines several kilometers behind them to find the greatest silence. They are connected by a wire that contains a fiber optic cable so that these detected signals arrive at the computer of the submarine at the speed of light.

Sonar buoys, especially in the Baltic Sea, are legion to detect the slightest movements of Russian submarines just as the Russians use them to detect the movements of American or NATO submarines. One more is therefore not a problem.

On the other hand, in this sabotage of the two pipelines, the low-frequency signal is emitted to trigger a delayed ignition so as to scramble the tracks and not be able to connect this signal to the sabotage. This is new because these low frequency signals are not used for this kind of operation but since this type of sabotage is also a terribly worrying novelty…?

In conclusion

In February 2023, we now know more clearly what was deductible with rational reasoning when the facts occurred.

In November 2023, two newspaper investigations claimed to know who organized the pipeline sabotage


Nord Stream 1 and 2: Ukrainian officer named as perpetrator of pipeline sabotage

Col. Chervinsky allegedly led the team that detonated the two pipelines in the Baltic Sea in September 2022, according to a joint investigation by “Spiegel” and the “Washington Post.” He denies what could become an embarrassing case for Volodymyr Zelensky.

By Thomas Wieder (Berlin, correspondent) Published on November 12, 2023 at 11:30 pm

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We Europeans and French are facing the war in Ukraine and the absence of Russian gas and oil. Subordination to the Anglo-Saxon interests of the world government will result in Europe becoming poorer politically, economically, socially, militarily and culturally.

The savings of Europeans will be reduced through inflation and the energy price war which is immediately passed on to food. Their real estate and movable assets will lose a significant value with the rise in interest rates for bank loans on the one hand and on the other hand through the general impoverishment of the population which will no longer be able to pay for the acquisition of real estate and movable assets of high values. The destruction of public services, especially in France, will continue and accelerate under governments committed to Anglo-Saxon neo-liberal dogma.

We are at war, but we must choose our side and win to conquer the peace inseparable from our audacity to reconquer our Freedom.

Our struggles have a common goal that describes, says: to leave the systems of power that enslave us to criminal politics. We know how to live free without them!

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