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.

An uninhabited Scottish island where government scientists once conducted experiments with Anthrax has been hit by a fire.

People who saw the fire on Gruinard Island from the mainland described the scene as “apocalyptic”.

They said the uninhabited island off Scotland’s north-west coast was ablaze from “one end to the other” on Saturday evening.

The island was used for germ warfare experiments during World War Two.

It was declared free of Anthrax by the Ministry of Defence in April 1990.

Source: BBC

Anyone had apocalypse on their bingo card?

The country has the highest penetration of any automated contact tracing app in the world, but one senior figure says it “wasn’t a game changer.”

But despite this early deployment and widespread use, one senior figure in the country’s covid-19 response says the real impact of Rakning C-19 has been small, compared with manual tracing techniques like phone calls.

“The technology is more or less … I wouldn’t say useless,” says Gestur Pálmason, a detective inspector with the Icelandic Police Service who is overseeing contact tracing efforts. “But it’s the integration of the two that gives you results. I would say it [Rakning] has proven useful in a few cases, but it wasn’t a game changer for us.”

Source: MIT Technology Review

Two thousand four hundred medical gloves were evaluated for leakage. Types of gloves examined (number of brands) included sterile latex (seven) sterile vinyl (four), nonsterile latex (six), and nonsterile vinyl (seven). Sampling was done from one box of each brand. Fifty gloves from each box were filled with 300 ml of water (the standard test used by the American Society for Testing and Materials). An additional 25 cm pressure was applied to water-filled gloves. Another 50 gloves of each box were donned and dipped into a basin that contained heparinized human blood. Only four brands of sterile latex surgeon’s gloves proved nonpermeable to water and blood. Other brands showed leakage that ranged from 1% to 52%. Analysis of proportions of pairs of gloves permeable to water or blood indicated a strong statistical association of nonsterile packaging or packaging in suction kits with increased leakage rates. These findings affirm that gloves can be regarded only as a means of reducing the risk of gross soilage from blood or body fluids. Quality control standards to ensure more uniform glove quality are needed.

Source: PubMed.gov

The same applies to all non-FFP3 face masks.

Authorities advise people to stay 1-2 meters apart, but researchers found that a bus passenger infected fellow travelers sitting 4.5 meters away.

The scientists behind the research said their investigation also highlighted the importance of wearing face masks because of the length of time it can linger.

Source: South China Morning Post

Any similarities are purely coincidental. Anyway, I think this looks quite familiar and “Bao Hu San” translates into protective umbrella, so they are actually Shanghai Ruilan Protective Umbrella Biotech Limited.

A global survey of attitudes towards science has revealed the scale of the crisis of confidence in vaccines in Europe, showing that only 59% of people in western Europe and 50% in the east think vaccines are safe, compared with 79% worldwide.
Around the globe, 84% of people acknowledge that vaccines are effective and 92% say their child has received a vaccine. But in spite of good healthcare and education systems, in parts of Europe there is low trust in vaccines. France has the highest levels of distrust, at 33%.
There have been major measles outbreaks in a number of countries, which have spread across the continent, linked to vaccine hesitancy.

Source: The Guardian

This is entirely good news, as it will solve lots of issues in this world. People who vaccinate and those who don’t are like the yin and the yang. We need you!

The Irish government plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030, as part of a major strategy to protect the environment.
The aim is to ensure that all new cars and vans on Irish roads in 11 years’ time are electric vehicles.
The proposed legislation was among 180 measures in the government’s Climate Action Plan, published on Monday.
The document also includes a target to implement an EU-wide ban on non-recyclable plastic by 2030.

Source: BBC

That will cause a massive raise on the second-hand car market.

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