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IPFS News Link • WAR: About that War

Explaining the Unexplainable

•, By Karen Kwiatkowski

All of a sudden, "US government investigators" have identified a vessel from which the Nord Stream sabotage was committed and …wait for it…. traces to a company owned by Ukrainians, according to new reports in Die Zeit and the New York Times, and well, everywhere!

Who'd a' thunk it?

The pipeline sabotage was an act of war by the United States, as explained and documented a few weeks ago by Seymour Hersh with his extensive range of deep state sources. A major question remains: Was this an unlawful US Executive Act of War against Russia, against Germany, or horrifyingly, both? It is unlikely that German intelligence has not known the basic facts of the pipeline attacks for many months, but until Hersh's reporting the German Chancellor and his party could simply remain silent, and they did.

Once Hersh's report could no longer be suppressed by mainstream Western media, the US and its media apologists needed an alternative explanation – one that leaned away from the unlawful US act of war against German industry and economy, and towards something could be explained as a rational, if unfortunate, act of a Ukrainian patriotic group opposing the Russian aggressor. The story needed to make logical sense to the casual observer, and shift the blame away from Grandpa Joe Biden and his mad neoconservative national security team.  In no way could it paint this as an attack against Germany, by either the US, or by the US proxy regime in Kiev. The story also needed to glamorize and laud Ukrainian patriotism without damaging the Zelensky government's access to continued free and unencumbered Western fiat and weapons shipments.