Officials in the EU have determined that the Nord Stream pipeline leak likely occurred due to sabotage, and President Joe Biden’s past comments suggest he may have been behind it.
Back in February of 2022, prior to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Biden threatened that there will no longer be a Nord Stream pipeline. When asked specifically how the United States would ensure that given that the pipeline is under German control, the president said, “trust me, we will bring an end to it.”
The CIA also has a longstanding history of sabotaging critical pieces of infrastructure in other countries so it wouldn’t be all too surprising if the U.S. actually did launch an attack on the pipeline.
In fact, the CIA warned Berlin about a coming attack on gas pipelines in the Baltic sea “weeks ago.”
German investigators concluded that attack had to be deliberate because it would have been carried out by special forces, navy divers or a submarine which were able to reach the bottom of the sea and place mines or explosives.
All countries with an interest in the matter have been pointing the finger at one another. Russia has suggested that the attack looks like “state-backed terrorism” adding that the United States stands to benefit from the destruction of the pipeline.
The U.S., meanwhile, has claimed that Russia may be behind the attacks, alleging that Russian navy ships including submarines had been observed in the area.
But the general consensus remains that Biden and the U.S. are behind it. Former Polish Defense Minister, Radek Sikorski, thanked Washington for carrying out the attack by tweeting, “Thank you, USA.”
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