By now, it’s conclusive that the U.S. Government blew up the Nord Stream pipelines and blamed Russia.

Eric Zuesse (blogs at

This is a succinct factual summary of the situation, as-of 21 March 2024: (without ads) (without ads) (with ads)

[I have cleaned up the auto-generated transcript because of its many successively repeated phrases and its many fillers such as “uh”, which hindered readability.]


GLENN DIESEN: Welcome to today’s talk. My name is Glenn Diesen and I’m joined by Alexander Mercouris and Dmitry Polyanskiy the First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the United Nations.


We really wanted to talk to you [Dmitry] today about the recent developments of Nord Stream or lack


thereof, because for anyone unfamiliar with Nord Stream, I


guess the quick summary is [that the Nord Stream pipelines from Russia to Germany were] attacked [blown up, destroyed] in September of 2022. This


was the biggest industrial attack in Europe in its history, plus an environmental


disaster. The Americans [Biden] had very openly threatened to destroy it, as


well as [they had already] sanctioned it; and once it was blown up, we remember they did their victory lap


saying what a great opportunity it was. Radoslaw Sikorski [Poland’s current Foreign Minister] was tweeting [“Thank you, USA.”, which quickly disappeared, which is the way that the U.S. regime censors-out history so as to pump lies].


And yet I found fascinating then that the politicians and media suddenly began to argue that all evidences were pointing


towards Russia [as having blown them up], even though there was never put forward any evidence [for that], and [NATO’s chief] Stoltenberg even implied this could have


been an Article Five attack {meaning that it might justify WW3 against Russia], but this was before the Seymour Hersh article which blamed the US [Biden] for the


attack. And then, we saw the narrative shift. The United States began to argue that it was a pro-Ukrainian group on a


sailboat who were behind this attack, and several NATO countries then began


these investigations which we want to ask about today. Russia {the co-owner of the Nord Stream pipelines along with Germany] was excluded from participating in or providing evidence to the investigation. The Russians put


forward a resolution at the United Nations to establish an independent investigation. From what I understand the


Western countries all rejected [the Russian proposal for an independent investigation], and we had a Washington Post article quoting a


European official who said that we don’t ask too many questions because we will probably not like what we find if we


keep digging. So, for the rest of us, of course, we were asked to keep quiet, not to


engage in speculations, while the investigators were allowed to do their job. so yeah Mr Polyanskiy, what is the


current status of those investigations? DMITRY POLYANSKI: Well, I think Glenn you made an excellent recap of what happened


before, and actually the


most recent developments were the decisions of Denmark and Sweden


to actually abandon their own investigation saying that they can’t proceed further because because they


really don’t see any any prospects of finding someone who is responsible for this; so, it actually means that for


one year, exactly one year, they were just beating around the bush, and


my assessment is that they were just trying not to come to these awkward questions that you mentioned that would


imply very awkward answers, awkward for them who — for those who listen to


this — answers [the basic question]. So, we now have technically [a] German investigation which


is going on, and which is a bit weird frankly, because


the place of the of this sabotage is in Danish territorial waters;


so, in my understanding, the most important of these investigations should have been Danish one. Germany is an


affected country in the same way as Russia is an affected country [since they co-own it], but actually it’s a big question what


kind of uh actions and conclusions Germany can make in the absence of Investigations from Denmark and Sweden [the countries nearest to the crime] so


I don’t think it will be a surprise for everybody when Germany will come to more or less the same conclusions. If I


compare it to to criminal investigation, that would mean that after a


murder, after a year of investigation then, all of a sudden, the


investigators come to the conclusion that the person was murdered, and that’s actually the outcome of Danish and


Swedish investigations, so we wasted one year. It was not


by chance. I think that it was deliberately to conceal the proofs,


conceal the facts on the ground. Of course, now it’s it’s much more difficult to conduct investigation. …


Investigative historian Eric Zuesse’s latest book, AMERICA’S EMPIRE OF EVIL: Hitler’s Posthumous Victory, and Why the Social Sciences Need to Change, is about how America took over the world after World War II in order to enslave it to U.S.-and-allied billionaires. Their cartels extract the world’s wealth by control of not only their ‘news’ media but the social ‘sciences’ — duping the public.

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