JUST IN — The Washington Post drops bombshell report alleging Ukraine blew up the Nord Stream pipeline.
"A senior Ukrainian military officer with deep ties to the country’s intelligence services played a central role in the bombing of the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline last year."
This event, which was the largest environmental terrorist attack ever, not only destroyed a crucial gas pipeline to Europe during an energy crisis but also significantly escalated tensions in a proxy war between nuclear superpowers.
Notably, President Biden had forewarned of the demise of Nord Stream 2 in the event of a Russian invasion, stating just days before the conflict erupted in 2022, "If Russia invades...then there will no longer be a Nord Stream 2. We will bring an end to it."
Weeks before that, Victoria Nuland, a neoconservative figure within the U.S. State Department, asserted, "If Russia invades Ukraine, one way or another, Nord Stream 2 will not move forward."
Following a failed counter-offensive and a shift in focus towards conflicts in the Middle East, one must speculate whether Washington D.C. and the U.S. intelligence officials, who often shape these types of narratives in the Washington Post, are preparing the American public to end their support for President Biden's $100 billion Ukrainian proxy war against nuclear-armed Russia?
Why else would the narrative shapers at The Washington Post, known for their pro-Biden and pro-war stance, suddenly be blaming Ukraine for the Nord Stream terrorist attack?