On 27.09.2022, a so-called “state actor” blew up the Nordstream 1 and Nordstream 2 gas pipelines simultaneously in three places. Gas can no longer flow through the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany for the foreseeable future. It is unknown if and when gas will be able to flow through the Baltic Sea again.

In normal times, a – any – government would declare immediate crisis mode if the country’s existence-critical energy infrastructure was destroyed with an act of terrorism. But one does not really have the impression that our “rulers” and media attach more importance to this unheard-of, history-making, war-ground-displaying, act of terrorism than to the short-term low level of the Rhine last August.

Imagine, for example, the hysteria that would dominate news coverage in the U.S. for weeks if two gas pipelines had blown up in the Gulf of Mexico. Followed by the wiping out of a country that had nothing to do with it but is on the list of bad guys.

In Germany, however, this event, which threatens the very existence of the country, only barely makes it onto the front pages. No rush to the toilet paper because gas really can’t come across the Baltic Sea now, no cry for clarification, no call for immediate action, no demand for retribution. The media devote less space to the – I repeat: state-threatening – terrorist attack than to an alleged hate speech incident at a rainbow parade in Hinterscheißleiten. The indispensable statements of various position holders in the EU and Germany seem suspiciously contrived, the indignation almost artificial and forced. There is no comparison to the obsessive, bipolar hammering of concern by Baerbock, Von der Leyen and their ilk over the Russian military operation in Ukraine.

If you don’t see panic and outrage, it’s because there is no panic and outrage. Which brings us to the heart of the matter: Our government, this government, does not feel panic and indignation because it expected and wanted the attack. Before I explain why the planning and execution of the blast itself must be formally the responsibility of NATO, it is necessary to explain why the government, this government, benefits from the terrorist attack. Personally, politically. To the detriment of Germany.

One descends, whether one likes it or not, into that stinking shithole in which sociopaths, narcissists, political amateurs and geopolitical non-entities like Scholz, Habeck & Co. (Scholzbek for short) thrive, and indulge themselves daily in their own personal perverted logic of maintaining power, while being presented to the outside world, with media support, as if they were “governing”.

Sooner or later, Scholzbek would have had to give in to domestic political pressure and open Nordstream 2. Gas prices are too high, German industry is already taking irreparable damage, and the mood among the people is foreseeably reaching boiling point. The voices became louder and louder for, and the arguments in the weaker against the opening of NS 2.

Scholzbek had a real problem: an opening would be a loss of face that would endanger his office, since large parts of the green base actually dream of being able to free Germany immediately and completely from fossil fuels. Moreover, Scholzbek would also have had to refuse a tough order from the U.S., because for our ally, one of his most important foreign policy goals is to prevent Nordstream 2 from going into operation forever.

This requires courage that no chancellor has had since Gerhard Schröder. Scholzbek likes to threaten Germans whose opinions he doesn’t like with the cudgel of “defensible democracy,” but he doesn’t have the guts to say no to the United States. And Scholzbek doesn’t need that ass anymore. With the terrorist act, he was freed from the predicament of not being able to please the Germans and the USA at the same time. Because he, Scholzbek, even if he wanted to, cannot open Nordstream 2 now.

The U.S. has now cemented an important foreign policy goal with an act of terrorism and at the same time freed Scholzbek from a predicament. As a third objective, the U.S., traditionally a sore loser, has taken revenge on Russia with an act of terrorism for the humiliation it suffers daily in the proxy war in Ukraine. Now to NATO.

I will spare you and myself a long treatise on why only one state actor can be considered responsible for the terrorist attack. Everyone knows it and I will leave it at a bullet point list. The terrorist attack on Nordstream 1 and Nordstream 2

  • cannot be technically prepared and carried out by an underground combo without various secret services being aware of it in detail,
  • requires military equipment that you can’t get in an outdoor store,
  • requires massive quantities and quality of military explosives,
  • requires military logistics to place explosives and equipment,
  • requires the know-how to detonate the explosives simultaneously or to provide them with timed detonators, which you can’t order at Conrad Elektronik,
  • requires precise knowledge of the pipeline route,
  • requires the ability to hide and escape during preparation and execution (very difficult) or to carry out the crime undisturbed (very easy), because the whole thing is carried out from the base of a Corvette under, for example, a Polish, Swedish or American flag.

Since the terrorist attack constitutes a cause of war, only a supranational organization can formally assume responsibility. There remains a residual risk that details will become public. If convicted, a single country would become the permanent pariah of the international community, would be diplomatically ostracized, and would face reparation claims as a sponsor of terror. An attack by NATO could, if necessary, be portrayed as an internal “conspiracy”. An unauthorized action by individual actors, so-called “rogue actors”. No loss of face for the USA, because it would be innocent.

Moreover, did Germany want to declare war on NATO? So to itself? Or to withdraw beforehand and then declare war on the rest? Absurd. In this sense, a NATO country blew up the pipelines of a NATO ally, an important action among friends, so to speak, “just business, nothing personal,” as they say on the other side of the Atlantic.

That NATO has practice in explosive attacks, shooting down aircraft and bombing civilian infrastructure has been known at least since the attack on Serbia. The organization can draw on in-house expertise that the “defense alliance” has accumulated in many successfully destabilized crisis areas.

No. This only proves that someone says that Scholzbek was allegedly warned by the USA. A well-planned terrorist attack is always flanked by equally well-planned propaganda measures. Whether this warning was given, by whom to whom in what form – is completely irrelevant to the facts of the case. Since the CIA does not disclose its sources and the press agency also quotes only anonymous sources, the reference to the warning is irrelevant.

Whoever wants to destroy Nordstream 2 must also destroy Nordstream 1. A selective attack on Nordstream 2 would look like an attack on Germany. Destroying both pipelines can be portrayed as an attack on Russian infrastructure. Apart from that, the U.S. has no disadvantage from destroying both pipelines.

The further course of the Nordstream terror saga is clear. An international investigation commission under the leadership of Denmark and/or Sweden with defined participation of other “affected parties”, for example certain Baltic Sea riparian states (of course under exclusion of Russia) – will present a result after months of industrious investigations and evidence gathering, which will be something like: “We do not know exactly, but according to the information available to us, it can only have been Russia”.

The investigation will be conducted in camera (to “protect” the investigation team or to allow the team to “work undisturbed”). Even the “pieces of evidence” – except perhaps wooden models of fragments of the blown-up pipeline – will be withheld from the public (“protection from inspection of our special investigation methods”, “national security” and the like). The result report will first, in order to live up to the claim of the most brutally thorough reappraisal, state that even the most idiotic hypotheses were investigated (with the sole purpose of rejecting them over many pages – see the widely discussed possibility of a meteorite impact (!) in the investigation of the causes of the crash of MH-17) – in order to then come to the politically predetermined conclusion.

As with all reports, the Western press will “frame” the arbitrary, alogical political conclusion of the report as proof of Russia’s guilt, missing (or suppressed) evidence or beam-bending dialectics in reasoning or not. All other explanations are relegated to the realm of conspiracy theories.

Entertaining but “in the big picture” immaterial are details on who exactly ordered the terrorist attack, who planned it, and who pressed the button (or set the timer) to detonate it: The explosive charges may have been set by a Ukrainian version of Navy Seals, then detonated by a Finnish, Polish, Estonian cruiser/fishing boat, the planning may have been done in Bristol by a special operation called “Nogas4EU” headed by a U.S. NATO general flown in from Hawaii especially for the purpose in June. All just freely made up by me, but not really disprovable or provable.

Expect an avalanche of such factoids, theories, hypotheses, explanations and conspiracy stories (also scattered by Western intelligence agencies) in the coming weeks and months. This expected avalanche of news has only one purpose: to wear you down and distract you from the essential under a constant fire of lies.

And the essential is: NATO did it. The USA ordered it. The German government wanted it. And you know it now, too.

2022-09-21 @ 13:25: Interview with Baerbock Economy | Fun | Politics

It is fortunate that Germany now has a foreign minister with a background in international law. She knows her stuff and can spout such clunkers as:

Putin is trampling on international law.

Source: Annalena Baerbock

It might have been even better if they had had someone older who still remembers the Kosovo referendum. And that Putin said at that time: Don’t do this, or someone will take this as a precedent and use it against you.

Funnily enough, that was under the last Green foreign minister in Germany, Joschka Fischer. One would think that Baerbock would at least have known the landmines that her party comrades left her.

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered Russia’s first mobilisation since World War Two and backed a plan to annex swathes of Ukraine, warning the West he was not bluffing when he said he’d be ready to use nuclear weapons to defend Russia.

In the biggest escalation of the Ukraine war since Moscow’s Feb. 24 invasion, Putin explicitly raised the spectre of a nuclear conflict, approved a plan to annex a chunk of Ukraine the size of Hungary, and called up 300,000 reservists.

“If the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will without doubt use all available means to protect Russia and our people – this is not a bluff,” Putin said in a televised address to the nation.

Source: Reuters

It is only a small step from a special operation to a tangible war.

At the end of February 2020, the global village began to shake on its foundations. The world was presented with a foreboding crisis, the consequences of which were incalculable. In a matter of weeks, everyone was gripped by the story of a virus—a story that was undoubtedly based on facts. But on which ones? We caught a first glimpse of “the facts” via footage from China. A virus forced the Chinese government to take the most draconian measures. Entire cities were quarantined, new hospitals were built hastily, and individuals in white suits disinfected public spaces. Here and there, rumors emerged that the totalitarian Chinese government was overreacting and that the new virus was no worse than the flu. Opposite opinions were also floating around: that it must be much worse than it looked, because otherwise no government would take such radical measures. At that point, everything still felt far removed from our shores and we assumed that the story did not allow us to gauge the full extent of the facts.

Source: Mattias Desmet
2022-07-08 @ 09:37: NATO against Russia Economy | Politics

It was clear from the beginning that NATO could not win the war in Ukraine against the Russian army. How so? NATO has lost e.g. in Afghanistan against an opponent WITHOUT army! So how should it be possible to defeat a country WITH an army? NATO cannot even do its core business. War. It is a troop of duds, which is so incapable to assess a situation militarily correctly, that one must ask oneself, for what does this armament club spend billions for weapons since decades? That is money wasted. NATO “wins” only in the movies. In real life, this military alliance is a troop of morons who are too stupid to recognize when an opponent is vastly superior to them.

In October 2014, then-US Vice President Joseph Biden boasted in a lecture at the Harvard Kennedy School in Cambridge, Massachusetts: “We gave Putin a simple choice: ‘Respect the sovereignty of Ukraine or you will face the consequences.” By that time, the coup in Kiev that the US had been preparing for a long time – in defiance of Ukraine’s sovereignty – had already taken place, the civil war in eastern Ukraine had begun, and US President Barack Obama was pressuring leading European politicians against Russia with tough impose sanctions.

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The US agricultural machinery company AGCO has been the victim of an attack. The group also includes the Fendt subsidiary in the Allgäu region. Thousands of employees are affected by the outage.

At the tractor manufacturer Fendt, the assembly lines are currently at a standstill in Marktoberdorf and other factories in Germany. The majority of the 4000 employees of the manufacturer in the Bavarian town can not work, reported the Allgäuer Zeitung on Monday. Production and assembly at the industrial plant are affected, it said. There are neither parts out nor in, also the administration is partially paralyzed. The cause is a hacker attack on the U.S. parent company AGCO, which was discovered on Thursday and has an impact on production facilities worldwide.

Source: Heise

Ransomware is not an attack. It’s the failure of the management to hire highly qualified IT experts, get out of their way, and let them do their job.

One of the paradoxical lessons of the nuclear age is that at the moment when we are acquiring an unparalleled command over nature, we are forced to realize as never before that the problems of survival will have to be solved above all in the minds of men. In this task the fate of the mammoth and the dinosaur may serve as a warning that brute strength does not always supply the mechanism in the struggle for survival.

Henry Kissinger

Mankind has fucked up. Seriously, in thousands of years we have not even come close to developing a civilization based on peace, equality and respect. Instead, we’re doing everything imaginable to destroy ourselves. We’ve been through just about everything: Feudalism, Capitalism, Socialism, … You name it. None of it has worked – at least not in the long run.

With any form of government, at some point you come to the question, who controls the controllers? This reminds me of a quote from GTA San Andreas: “Even my assistant’s assistant needs an assistant.” Granted, it doesn’t fit 100% and the solution is more complicated than you might think. One cannot simply say that there is no need for a state, although the assumption is correct in principle.

Self-sufficiency would be a first step in the right direction. But it is deliberately and purposefully prevented by those in power. It is not wanted that man lives independently and self-determined. He must be controlled and moderated. Carrot and stick. Above all, a lot of stick and a constant media sprinkling, which permanently keeps before his eyes that he, the wage slave, is still far too well off in his cage. Look: hunger in the third world, war in rogue states, the enemy is doing bad things. The very fact that we distinguished between first, second and third world should make everyone think. It’s like on the train: first class, second class, cattle car. Nobody wants to ride in a cattle car. Nobody wants to live in the third world. It smacks of being subhuman, which in turn has the effect of dividing humanity as a society. It creates an image of the enemy where there really isn’t one and shouldn’t be one. Man is man. It doesn’t matter if your hair is green, if you are homosexual or if you are missing fingers.

But man needs an enemy image so that he loses sight of what is essential, what is really important. That is the basic principle of every state, which, with the help of the media, provide exactly that. Bread and games. And it works well. You donate against hunger in the third world and for peace in Ukraine. You soothe your conscience, but you overlook the big picture.

When was the last time you cared about the homeless or even about the old and lonely in your city? Oh, wait. Then you’d have to get your fat ass off the couch and directly and actively seek out contact and conversation. With people who stink, are drunk all the time and just want to steal from you anyway, rob you of your wealth. Then rather donate 5.- bucks to hungry children in Africa by SMS. That is easy and comfortable. At least as long as you don’t ask yourself why these children are doing so badly.

Africa is supposedly the origin of mankind. Accordingly, every human being comes from Africa. If this is true, which I assume here, the question inevitably arises, why has Africa not managed in all those thousands of years to develop into a permanent advanced civilization? The same is true for America – North and South. All technological progress effectively comes from Europe. Sure, production is done in Asia to drive down costs. But the original technology to make this development possible came from Europe.

Why haven’t the other continents been able to do this? Europe does not have any raw material deposits worth mentioning in this respect. Most of the raw materials needed were and still are mined in Africa or Asia. Why have former advanced civilizations such as Egypt, Greece, the Roman Empire or the Maya and the Inca simply disappeared? Why did these cultures not develop further? This inevitably brings us to another question: why isn’t the “Western” world, or what we call it, evolving? Where are the blockages? Why can’t we manage to jump over our shadows and admit that we’ve screwed up and need a fundamental change? And what could this look like?

There is a study from Canada, for example, where it was found that it is cheaper for the state, and thus actually for the taxpayer, to provide homeless people with small houses free of charge than to let them live on the streets for years. The argument was that social workers, rehab and medical care for people on the street is many times more expensive than making sure people don’t get into such a situation in the first place.

Why are billions being spent on armaments instead of investing the money sensibly and sustainably? Nobody will be so stupid as to press the big red button. This would set off an unstoppable chain reaction that would very likely seal the end of humanity. But it works well as a threat. Actually, there is no need for a military, no weapons, no borders. What is needed is a globally standardized language, evidence-based education, and enlightenment and abolition of all religions. Religion has never done anything positive in its entire history. It should be abolished immediately and banned from the school curriculum. The churches, mosques, synagogues and other houses of worship should be closed, because it is like religion: It has never brought about anything positive. On the contrary, if one thinks only times of the witch burning, the pedos in the catholic like also the Evangelist church or the Islamic religious wars in the Near East.

At the moment, there is war in the Ukraine. Allegedly, the Ukrainian population – especially the pro-Russian one in the east – has been harassed and fought by a national socialist government for at least eight years now. Ukraine is siphoning gas on a large scale from the pipeline that runs from Russia to Europe. Nord Stream 2 would have put an end to that. Moreover, Europe would then not be even more dependent on the Americans for its energy supply. Nord Stream 2 was prevented, and Europe now has to buy the Americans’ more expensive fracked gas to keep from freezing. Putin has long tried to create a peaceful solution with Ukraine. This was repeatedly prevented by both Ukraine and the EU, and thus by the United States. Russia’s alleged attack against Ukraine is nothing more than support for the pro-Russian population in Ukraine. Russia has waited far too long and should have intervened much earlier. Eight years of war and living in constant fear are too much even for the toughest person.

In the media, on the other hand, Russia is portrayed as the aggressor. In order to end the war in Ukraine as quickly as possible and, above all, to build up massive pressure on Russia, Chancellor Olaf Scholz is recommending that the population “freeze for peace”. A great idea. I bet Mr. Scholz will certainly not freeze. The old image of the enemy from the Cold War has been reactivated – taken out of mothballs, so to speak, and presented once again. People color their profile pictures in the colors of the Ukrainian flag without questioning anything. Without even thinking about the fact that they are supporting the Nazi dictatorship of Ukraine. Does this sound familiar? Not a little over 100 years ago, something similar happened. Unrest was deliberately created by assassinating a certain Austrian. This resulted in the First World War and a subsequent recession the likes of which had never been experienced before, reaching its peak in 1923. A few years later, on January 30, 1933, Reich President Paul von Hindenburg appointed another certain Austrian as Reich Chancellor. The latter, in turn, knew that there was a need for an enemy image among the population. The principle of “divide and rule” worked perfectly here, too. The rest is well known.

There was another division in society when Germany was divided after the end of World War II. During the Cold War, both West and East did everything possible to discredit the other. It was foreseeable that the then Soviet Union could only lose in the long run. The US dollar was too strong and the Federal Reserve Bank could and still can print as much money as it likes. In principle, the Soviet Union could do the same with its ruble, but no one wanted it on the world market. As a result, it eventually went broke from the constant competition with the U.S. and disintegrated into the states as we know them today.

This also brought about the reunification of Germany and the disappearance of the enemy. The Cold War was officially over. There was no longer any reason to represent anything to the outside world.

That was the beginning of the decay, which was pushed forward shortly afterwards by Gerhard Schröder (SPD) as chancellor at that time, by abolishing the social system and replacing it by repression and forced impoverishment, in short Hartz4, before he sweetened his old age as “Gazprom-Gerd” in Russia. His half-brother, Lothar Vosseler, on the other hand, lived on Hartz4 for a long time before he died in Detmold at the age of 71 on January 29, 2019.

When “Gazprom-Gerd” relinquished his office as chancellor to Angela Merkel in 2005 and this had a return to the CDU-led government, the majority of the population believed that with a woman at the top, the big turnaround would now come. Instead, in addition to further harassment and repression (cf. the Gustl Mollath case), there were above all 16 years of standstill, or rather regression. The population has been further impoverished, the education system has virtually ceased to exist and nuclear power is now just as green as electric mobility is sustainable and environmentally friendly. One has to seriously ask oneself in which parallel universe the ladies and gentlemen of the government live.

Finally, you have Corona, the deadly plague that is so dangerous and life-threatening that you have to wear a mask even alone in the car, on the bike or while hiking in the forest and disinfect not only your hands but preferably your entire body at every conceivable opportunity. Under no circumstances should you refuse to be vaccinated. Because it protects you from infection. No. But if you get vaccinated a second, third, fourth, … [insert any number here] time, you are protected. No. But you can no longer infect others and thus protect others. No. But one has a mild course. No. But you can no longer die from it. No. You die, but you go to heaven. Also wrong.

Fearing Corona infection, people have thrown their pets out the window in rows and have been locked in their homes by the government. According to a recent study, about 18 million people worldwide have died from Corona infection in the last three years. So about 6 million per year. Now you have to know that in the USA, for example, one person is murdered every two minutes. That’s over 250,000 people a year who fall victim to violent crime. This does not include accidents, death penalties and natural deaths. In the U.S. alone.

According to UNICEF, a child dies of malnutrition every 10 seconds in Africa. The number of unreported cases is likely higher in each case. Let me do the math: A year has 365 days * 24 hours * 60 minutes * 60 seconds = 31,536,000 seconds. This means that about 3 million children die of malnutrition per year in Africa. Add to that the usual deaths from disease, war, crime and natural causes. That’s bad. But does it have any impact apart from horror and grief? No. Of course it doesn’t. Especially not for all those who have no personal relationship with any of the children. It’s the same with Corona. Yes, of course people have died. Whether from or with Corona, or even from the side effects of the vaccination, remains to be seen. But what impact does it have on the world population?

What impact would it have on the world if you or your neighbor did not wake up tomorrow morning? The answer should be clear to you: Absolutely none. It doesn’t matter whether you are alive or dead. We all die at some point. Your life is meaningless. Realize that. The only reason you’re alive is because you’ve had hope planted in your brain from an early age that if you try really hard, you’ll “make it” someday. Let me tell you something: But the “it” is never specified; there is no commitment in what you are promised. Most of you – and by that I mean 99.99999% – will not make it. Not even close. You’ll be born, work, and eventually die without leaving Impact. If you don’t do your job, someone else will. Once a year, there are two weeks of vacation that you had to save up for the whole year before. And at the end of the day, you get a pension that you can’t live on and that you still have to pay taxes on. Are you looking forward to it as much as everyone else? Sounds great, doesn’t it? When will you finally wake up and realize that you’ve been screwed through the teeth since you were born? When are you going to get your fat ass off the couch and do something about your own patheticness?

I already know the answer, and it makes me doubt the intelligence of mankind.

Most people still have no idea what is coming, and here are Andrea Krüger’s thoughts.

Now Russia will be excluded from SWIFT. This is the ultimate madness and will come back as a boomerang. We are shooting ourselves into the biggest supply crisis ever and will wake up in a world where the West is facing the rest of the world.It is madness, pure madness, what is happening and Germany’s stupidest and worst government ever is in the middle of it.

To explain this once to all hysterics and morally outraged sanction drivers practically. If Russia drops out of the international payment processing system SWIFT, which is controlled by the Western banks, then the following happens:

The Russians shit on it. There is no other way to put it. The Russians have long discussed the option with China, and the Chinese have been waiting for it for years.

Then a new payment system will be created between the largest supplier of raw materials on earth – Russia – and the most dynamic economic power on earth – China. Without the dollar, without the euro.

Brazil will join in. Bolsonaro was in Moscow a few days ago.
India will join. Mori needs Russia’s raw materials and China’s technology.
Africa will join. There, the morally uppity Americans and the decadent Europeans are hated anyway. And the rest of the world will follow.

The U.S. will always be big – it controls an entire continent, has the raw materials in Canada and the cheap labor in Mexico and Central America.

But Europe – the decadent, weak and disunited Europe – is then screwed.
Nobody needs us – nobody wants us – and we just shoot ourselves with two machine guns in both knees!

The worst, most incompetent and stupid politicians together with the media idiots are just enjoying themselves in a hysterical way in their moral indignation about the Russian president.
They gamble each other up in their statements and demands and in their boundless incompetence and stupidity have no idea what consequences their actions will have just for all of us.

Social media is full of hysterics who brainonanize between lattes about how they would be “willing to sacrifice some of their wealth for solidarity.” First of all, these civilian losers have usually not earned the wealth they are sacrificing themselves, but have inherited it. And then these chatterers in their better-man hubris don’t think for a second that half of their fellow human beings don’t have any prosperity to sacrifice!

The Greens and the Neos, these decadence phenomena with their self-righteous moral chatter – I vomit when reading or listening!!!

Mr. Scholz, Mrs. Baerbock, Mr. Habeck and the rest of the “I-can-nothing”: Do you actually have a clue that there are millions of people in Germany who don’t know how to make ends meet every month anyway? How should they cope with a hyperinflation and a mass unemployment in the course of the threatening mega economic crisis? A crisis, which YOU just wantonly cause – you maniacs!

Politics is not moral, war is not moral. Putin was provoked to the point of no return and is now doing exactly what power politicians do. The civilian population of Ukraine is now paying a terrible price for the failure of politics on all sides . It is terrible , it is cruel and unfair .

But Ukraine is lost, Putin has already won the war.

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