Attack on Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines

Bird

Ostrich
Catholic
Gazprom official representative Sergei Kupriyanov revealed that the company had found a NATO Sea Fox underwater mine destroyer between pipelines of Nord Stream-1 gas on November 6, 2015.

They found it in 2015 and what did they do about it?
I'm sorry, but that's not comprehensible to me.

And the picture remind me of pictures posted in the "Did we land the moon" thread.
 

Sooth

Pelican
Gold Member
They found it in 2015 and what did they do about it?

Hopefully the sensible thing through back channels as to not cause a fuss - "Guys WTF is this?"

I'm sorry, but that's not comprehensible to me.

Who are you that this is relevant?

And the picture remind me of pictures posted in the "Did we land the moon" thread.

Sorry, I see now you work for NASA.
 

Bird

Ostrich
Catholic
Images of Nord Stream pipelines blown up show extent of destruction

The videos and images made with a drone show that the damage to the two Nord Stream pipelines is enormous. A piece of 50 meters is missing. It would take a huge explosive force to do that. Stockholm's lack of cooperation with Moscow to investigate the damage raises questions.

There is now publicly released footage of the damage to the Nord Stream pipelines. The Swedish newspaper Expressen has published this footage, taken by the Norwegian company Blueye Robotics using an underwater drone. The images show massive damage at a depth of more than 80 meters. An entire section 50 meters long is said to be missing from Nord Stream 1. The fact that the footage has to come from Norway is doubly embarrassing for Germany. The government had sent an investigation team, but did not provide it with the necessary diving equipment: German investigators travel to Nordstream blast site, "forget" diving material.



To cause such damage, it takes an enormous amount of explosive power. After all, these pipelines are made of steel 4.1 centimeters thick, encased in another 6 to 11 centimeters of reinforced concrete. The steel pipes of a single section weigh eleven tons; including the reinforced concrete, the weight increases to 24 to 25 tons. Corresponding images can be found in the following tweet by Javier Blas of "Bloomberg":



What is particularly interesting is the fact that the Swedes have not allowed Moscow to participate in the investigation of the leaks because it supposedly concerns "national security." What is Stockholm trying to hide? Perhaps, for example, that the Russians see images of fragments of a NATO torpedo or a clue to the authorship of the sabotage? After all, there is enough evidence to suggest that the Americans could be behind this attack.



One should not forget that already in 2015 a NATO Seafox explosive drone was found right next to Nord Stream 1, which did not explode. Gazprom published the pictures a few days ago. NATO claimed that it was lost during their military exercises.



In any case, the extent of the damage shows that repair will be very complex and expensive. At least in the case that there is a desire on the part of the Europeans to put it back into operation.
 

Ember

Hummingbird
Other Christian
Gold Member
It's looking like the Brits did the dirty deed.

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Akaky Akakievitch

Woodpecker
Orthodox Catechumen
It's looking like the Brits did the dirty deed.

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I can verify this further, after speaking with a friend over the weekend from a nearby Orthodox church (I'm based in the UK). His dad was an ex-Marine in Britain (equivalent of Navy SEALs in the US), and mentioned how all his military buddies were saying to each other when it happened:

"Yeah... Britain did it..."

It became blatantly obvious upon hearing this. When you consider not only Britain's current status as the "51st state" or yet another arm of the American empire (with a "special relationship" of course), as well as our very close proximity to the Nord Stream pipeline itself (at least relative to the US):


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... on top of our history of naval supremacy and unique specialism in naval strategy -- the penny dropped for me, in other words.

Also, he mentioned a special forces unit of the Royal Navy that I was not at all aware of, called the SBS, which he suspects were the primary force behind this operation -- I will share their opening Wikipedia entry below:


Special Boat Service​

The Special Boat Service (SBS) is the special forces unit of the United Kingdom's Royal Navy. The SBS can trace its origins back to the Second World War when the Army Special Boat Section was formed in 1940.[5] After the Second World War, the Royal Navy formed special forces with several name changes—Special Boat Company was adopted in 1951 and re-designated as the Special Boat Squadron in 1974—until on 28 July 1987 when the unit was renamed as the Special Boat Service after assuming responsibility for maritime counter-terrorism. Most of the operations conducted by the SBS are highly classified, and are rarely commented on by the British government or the Ministry of Defence, owing to their sensitive nature.[6][7]

The Special Boat Service is the maritime special forces unit of the United Kingdom Special Forces and is described as the sister unit of the British Army 22nd Special Air Service Regiment (22nd SAS), with both under the operational control of the Director Special Forces. In October 2001, full command of the SBS was transferred from the Commandant General Royal Marines to the Commander-in-Chief Fleet.[8] On 18 November 2003, the SBS were given their own cap badge with the motto "By Strength and Guile".[1][8] The SBS has traditionally been staffed mostly by Royal Marines Commandos.

Role​

The principal roles of the SBS are Surveillance and Reconnaissance (SR), including information reporting and target acquisition; Offensive Action (OA), hostage rescue, sabotage, including the direction of air strikes, artillery and naval gunfire, designation for precision guided munitions, use of integral weapons and demolitions; and Support and Influence (SI), including overseas training tasks. [9] The SBS also provide immediate response Military Counter Terrorism (CT) and Maritime Counter Terrorism (MCT) teams.[9]

The operational capabilities of the SBS and the SAS are broadly similar. However, the SBS (being the principal Royal Navy contribution to UKSF) has the additional training and equipment required to lead in the maritime, amphibious and riverine environments. Both units come under the operational command of HQ Directorate of Special Forces (DSF) and undergo an identical selection process. They enjoy significant interoperability in training and on operations.

He was relaying from the conversation with his father, how there are not many units in the world that can conduct this kind of operation, and do it so successfully. It's a very niche ability, to be able to travel so deep underwater and cause huge destruction to a pipe line made of thick steel and reinforced concrete, that it would take a unit with highly specalised training to conduct such a mission, perhaps a "Special" force of some kind...

Certainly, I agree with Kim dotcom, the evidence he has shared, and with my friend's little testimony... it was the Brits that did it.

But in reality, that means that the Americans did it, because the Brits are just as hapless the Germans in their claim for sovereignty, as we're witnessing with Rishi Sunak going back on all the Brexit promises from eight years ago, and we're finding ourselves yet again being overruled by American foreign policy... but I digress.
 

sarmaticus

Robin
Orthodox
I can verify this further, after speaking with a friend over the weekend from a nearby Orthodox church (I'm based in the UK). His dad was an ex-Marine in Britain (equivalent of Navy SEALs in the US), and mentioned how all his military buddies were saying to each other when it happened:

"Yeah... Britain did it..."

It became blatantly obvious upon hearing this. When you consider not only Britain's current status as the "51st state" or yet another arm of the American empire (with a "special relationship" of course), as well as our very close proximity to the Nord Stream pipeline itself (at least relative to the US):


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... on top of our history of naval supremacy and unique specialism in naval strategy -- the penny dropped for me, in other words.

Also, he mentioned a special forces unit of the Royal Navy that I was not at all aware of, called the SBS, which he suspects were the primary force behind this operation -- I will share their opening Wikipedia entry below:




He was relaying from the conversation with his father, how there are not many units in the world that can conduct this kind of operation, and do it so successfully. It's a very niche ability, to be able to travel so deep underwater and cause huge destruction to a pipe line made of thick steel and reinforced concrete, that it would take a unit with highly specalised training to conduct such a mission, perhaps a "Special" force of some kind...

Certainly, I agree with Kim dotcom, the evidence he has shared, and with my friend's little testimony... it was the Brits that did it.

But in reality, that means that the Americans did it, because the Brits are just as hapless the Germans in their claim for sovereignty, as we're witnessing with Rishi Sunak going back on all the Brexit promises from eight years ago, and we're finding ourselves yet again being overruled by American foreign policy... but I digress.

The hook noses from City of London call the shots really. US is just a huge financial satellite (link to a good post).
 

Akaky Akakievitch

Woodpecker
Orthodox Catechumen
The hook noses from City of London call the shots really. US is just a huge financial satellite (link to a good post).

Great point, I had actually read that post the other day.

I think it's just easier in discourse to call them the "Americans", or "NATO" or whatever, but in reality it is more accurate to say the "Cabal" or "Talmudic deconstructivists" -- or let's just call them by the colloquial term of "Jews"...

 
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