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Germany’s Lucky Break…

Writes Ron Unz:

Hi Lew,

You probably already heard about it, but there’s been an enormously important development.  Yesterday, someone left a comment on one of our articles highlighting the facts:

Jump on this scoop:

The vaunted US Navy screwed up. In the murky depths of the Baltic Sea they planted their explosives to blow up the ***FOUR*** pipes of the NS 1 & NS2 gas pipelines. (You didn’t know there were four pipes, did you? Neither did I.) But they appear to have screwed up and placed two of the explosive packages on one of the NS2 pipes — line A — leaving the other pipe — line B — with no explosive charge, and subsequently ***NO DAMAGE***. Line B is therefore ***READY TO GO*** with a capacity of 27.5 billion cubic meters per year … which for comparison is 50% of total capacity of Nordstream 1, which as you may recall was recently reduced to 20% capacity before being shut down completely. (2.75 times the capacity of the newly-opened Norway-to-Poland gas pipeline). See this.

So the Germans need only declare an end to Russian sanctions and open the surviving Nord Stream 2 pipeline, and their desperate energy crunch will be over.

Given the extremely strong likelihood that America tried to destroy the pipelines and devastate the German economy, I think we may see the end of NATO much sooner than anyone expected.

 

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