THE REDESIGNING OF THE WORLD AND THE GAS PIPELINE EXPLOSIONS
THE REDESIGNING OF THE WORLD
THE GAS PIPELINE EXPLOSIONS
In the immediate aftermath of Russia's attack on Ukraine, we wrote this was part of the efforts, “to restore the falling authority of Zionism and retrieve control of the world...". In particular, the plan was to discipline the EU, which started to revolt against the hegemony of the United States and Zionism, and Türkiye, which appears to be on the verge of dangerous transformations in terms of their evil purposes.
Here, it was clear that the explosions that took place in the European country and especially in the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines carrying Russian natural gas to Germany in the Baltic Sea were carried out by the same Zionist entity. Sabotage was not in interest of Russia or Europe. Experts had explained that these explosions seemed unlikely due to technical problems or natural consequences such as sea pressure.
Yes, following the Russian and Ukrainian war, planned to create a new world balance again with a US-Russia-axis but more effective and cautious, when Russia officially annexed the occupied territories and by which almost cut off Ukraine’s connection with the Black Sea, Zelenskiy “announced his urgent will to enter NATO”, but the USA’s denial answering; “there is no need for this now... We already give Ukraine all kinds of support on the battle-field,” justified our opinion.
It is highly anticipated that these evil centres are after a progressive effort to make an excuse against Türkiye to be removed from NATO by thoroughly restricting from both the Aegean and the Thracian regions, also in Syria through PKK terrorists and ... attempting to make Türkiye not be accepted in Shanghai formation, but to leave it unattended and pushed to a position vulnerable to all kinds of attacks. According to these evil centres, another wrong of Ukraine was its selling the Turkish UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) and UCAV (Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle) engines; and even further, its mutual agreement on establishing a factory that would benefit in the joint production of these engines.
The explosion of natural gas carrier pipes under the Baltic Sea caused tens of billions of dollars in damage to both Russia and Europe except the UK. However, it would take months for these pipes to be repaired and reactivated, and the Zionist capital producer company would once again earn tens of billions in cash. Additionally, these gas shortages would lead to discomfort and public uprisings especially in Germany and in all other European countries, thus creating an opportunity to change the governments that resisted Zionism.
The possibility of sabotage was high. There was an explosion on the gas line in the Baltic Sea!
The Swedish National Seismic Network (SNSN) announced that two explosions were detected near leaks in Russian gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea. SNSN lecturer Björn Lund emphasized to the country's state television SVT that there was a shake similar to a palpable earthquake of magnitude 2.3 in the area where the gas network was located. "The first explosion was in the early hours in the Southeast of Bornholm Island, Denmark. The second and more powerful explosion that night was on the northeast side of the island. The reason for the shakes was no doubt caused by two major explosions that occurred in the region," he said.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen reminded that "he cannot ignore" the possibility of sabotage in the Baltic Sea in the detection of three leaks in a Russian-Europe pipeline. The Swedish Maritime Administration warned ships not to dock in the region after reporting two leaks in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines belonging to Russia. Nord Stream 2, the executive company of the so-named project, confirmed that a leak has been detected in the gas pipeline Southeast of Bornholm Island, Denmark. Kremlin spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov also stated surprisingly that the damage caused to the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines could have been because of sabotage, "We cannot rule out any possibility. This is unprecedented, requiring immediate research. We are extremely concerned about the developments," he revealed his astonishment.
The number of leaks in pipelines carrying Russian gas to the borders of the European Union had increased to four. The European Union shared suspicion that the leaks were caused by sabotage. There have been statements made by the EU, the United States and NATO that the damage was intentionally inflicted, but Moscow was not directly indicted. Kremlin made a statement arguing that sabotaging a pipeline of their own would be “stupid” and “predictable” and so, claiming that "the region where the leaks occurred was under the control of the U.S. intelligence", carrying on they implied that the U.S was to be held responsible. Russia was accused of using its natural gas supply as a weapon because of Western support for Ukraine.
The Danish Defense Ministry shared images of leaks, the largest of which was one kilometre in diameter. Andrey Kortunov of the Russian Council of International Relations told the BBC that "it makes no sense for Russia to harm any own property". Kortunov was right in making an explanation saying: “There are other ways for Russia to make life difficult for Europeans. They can cut off the gas flow without giving such damage to the infrastructure.”
Norway called the army on duty
Following the gas leaks, Norway, which is now the largest gas supplier in Europe, announced that it would deploy the army to protect key infrastructure facilities. At a press conference, Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere said the military would be "more visible" around gas and oil facilities and also stressed that "any attack would be dealt with by allies". The Norwegian state energy company Equinor also announced that it had increased security measures.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg reminded that the protection of critical infrastructure facilities was discussed with the Danish Defense Minister, the closest country to the leak. In the United States, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan stressed that his country would continue its efforts to protect Europe's energy security. The Nord Stream 1 pipeline started near the city of St. Petersburg, Russia and stretched under the Baltic Sea to northeast Germany for 1200 kilometres. Seismologists had explained that there were underwater explosions before the appearance of the leaks.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen explained that leaks in the Nord Stream pipelines were not accidental and were caused by deliberate actions. On the other hand, seismologists in Denmark and Sweden detected strong explosions near the leaks. In his speech with reporters, Frederiksen shared his concerns: "These are deliberate actions now being assessed by authorities. This was not an accident. There is no information yet about who may be behind these actions."
The signs were indicating sabotage attemps regarding the leaks!
A media speech by a European security source noted that "There were some signs of sabotage," and there was ongoing research to reach a conclusion.
"Increased risk of explosion in the area"
The head of the Danish Energy Agency, Kristoffer Bottzauw, said in a statement that the leaks were very large and it might take weeks before the evacuation of gas from the Nord Stream 2 pipeline stopped, "The sea surface is full of methane, which means that the risk of explosions in the region is increasing" he warned.
Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Union (EU) Commission, reminded that gas leaks in the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines should be investigated, and that intentional actions that disrupt the energy infrastructure would face the strongest reaction.
Ship crossings was suspended
The Swedish Maritime Administration informed that there were two leaks in Russia's Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, warning that ships should not dock in the region! Nord Stream 2, the executive company of the Nord Stream 2 project, confirmed that a leak had been detected in the gas pipeline Southeast of Bornholm Island, Denmark.
Now, the gas flow to Europe was cut off from both lines!
Both pipelines were connected to Germany from under the Baltic Sea. There was no gas flow from both lines to Europe at that time. However, there was pressurized natural gas in the pipeline. Shipments via Nord Stream 1 pipeline were cancelled on August 31, 2022, due to maintenance failure. In the meantime, the Nord Stream 2 project was postponed by Germany in February 2022.
Russia had decided to annex about 15% more of the Ukrainian land after Crimea!
After Crimea, Russia annexed Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, adding about 15 per cent of Ukraine to its territory. Russian President Putin signed agreements on the annexation of the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions of Ukraine to Russia. The preparations at Red Square were caught on cameras.
The course of Russia's annexation of Ukrainian territory began with the public events in Kyiv, in 2014. After the overthrow of the pro-Russian rule in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, Russia made a military intervention in Crimea. After the so-called referendum held within the appearance of weapons, on March 18, 2014, Russia announced that it had annexed Crimea. In eastern Ukraine, during the same period, the so-called Donetsk people's Republic and Luhansk people's Republic, with a majority of Russian ethnic populations, were announced.
Russian President Putin signed the decree on 21 February 2022 to recognize the so-called people's Republic of Donetsk and the people's Republic of Luhansk at the Kremlin Palace and announced that they launched a "special military operation" in the early hours of 24 February to protect the Russians in Donbas. So, the Russian-Ukrainian war began.
During the months-long war, the Russian army focused on taking over one by one the residential units within the administrative borders of the Donetsk and Luhansk territories. Although all the settlements in the annexed Luhansk region were under the control of Russian forces, about half of the territory of the Donetsk region was under the control of the Ukrainian army. In the Donbas region, which houses the regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, there was a majority of the Russian-origin population. This area was known for its vast reserves of mines. In terms of rich coal reserves, Donbas was the 4th largest mining district in Europe.
Annexation of the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions of Ukraine
The Kherson region of Ukraine, annexed by Russia, was under Russian military control in early march about a week after the war began on 24 February. The Kherson region was located in the north of the formerly-annexed Crimean Peninsula. The region in question was a key zone for Russia to establish a land route connection with Crimea through the Donbas region. In addition, due to its water resources, Kherson was considered very important to Crimea, where water shortages occurred after being annexed.
Nearly 70 per cent of the Zaporizhzhia region, where the intense conflict was still going on, was under the control of Russian military forces. The Ukrainian army, on the other hand, controlled about 30 per cent of the region, including the city of Zaporizhzhia, the administrative centre of the region. Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe in the region in question, was also seized by the Russians on March 4. The power plant, with 6 nuclear reactors and a power generation capacity of 5 thousand 700 megawatts, provided 20 per cent of the total electricity in Ukraine. There were artillery attacks in the vicinity of the Russian army-controlled plant. Ukraine and Russia blamed each other for these attacks.
The justification for Russia's annexation was the so-called referendums held in four regions!
In the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, controlled by separatists, and the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions captured by the Russian army, referendums on joining Russia were held during September 23-27. It was announced that the referendum, which was held in an atmosphere of the war between Russia and Ukraine, had decided to "connect to Russia". According to data released by the so-called election commissions in the regions, 99.23 per cent of the referendum participants in the so-called Donetsk people's Republic and 98.42 per cent of the referendum participants in the so-called Luhansk people's Republic voted to join Russia!? It was argued that in the referendum held in the Zaporizhzhia region under the control of the Russian army, 93.11 per cent of the participants and 87.05 per cent of the participants in the Kherson region chose to join Russia.
Following the application of so-called governments appointed by Russia in these regions of the referendum, Putin recognized the so-called independence of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions and signed the agreement to annex four regions in total. So, Russia annexed about 15 per cent of the Ukrainian territory. When the illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014 was added to this, the figure had risen to about 20 per cent.
In Russia, things were not going quite as planned for Putin!
Suddeutsche Zeitung pointed out that Putin had put pressure on him by moving on self-insistently:
“If his soldiers had suffered a greater defeat in the face of Ukraine, he could not reposition them at the front this time. In such a situation, Putin could no longer defend Russian territory. Another arising question is whether or not the enthusiasm for annexation can suppress the rage that awakened in the Russian mobilization. The supposed accession of new regions to Russia is considered the biggest trump card in Putin's hands in the face of the atmosphere in the country. Nowadays, he is in danger of ending the mobilization chaos with a fiasco. Perhaps that was the reason why Kremlin hesitated so long to arrange the appointment for Friday, September 30, 2022. For Putin, things didn't seem to be going quite the way he had planned.”
Yes, hundreds of thousands of Russian young people were fleeing to neighbouring countries to avoid military service!
In summary, La Stampa commented that the prevalence of nuclear weapons was paved:
“The war would now take a different turn from what we've seen so far... The reason for this was that it was a referendum that had no legal value due to the arbitrary and unilateral conditions in which it was held. But these did not change the fact that the referendums triggered Putin's nuclear threat: Such as, “From now on, if you attack Donbas or the coastline under our control, We consider this as an attack on Moscow or St. Petersburg and we have the right to defend ourselves with nuclear weapons!”
Great suffering awaited Ukraine!..
Adevărul was concerned that Russia would do everything in its power to destroy Ukraine:
“Russia has the opportunity to launch missile attacks on command and power centres in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv and other major cities. It can destroy electrical conduction points. It could tear down the dams to flood most of Ukraine. It can attack the railway network, bridges and major roads. It can do anything to paralyze the everyday life of tens of millions of Ukrainians. And this destruction in the country can last until the Ukrainian leadership raises the flag of surrender and calls for an end to hostilities.”
Russia was becoming a state of failure!..
Russian political scientist Ekaterina Schulmann, working in Berlin, commented on Facebook that Russia had lost control:
“The Russian Federation, as we know it, is entering a new stage existentially, turning into a state with borders that have lost their legitimacy. Not only is it legally recognized by other countries or international organizations, but it also contains regions that are not actually controlled by central management (unlike Crimea). ... Not every bad, cruel or poor state is automatically considered a failed state. For some, things don't go too bad. The matter is about administrative decay and the impossibility of performing its basic functions within its borders.”
El Periódico de España said that international pressure should be increased and that Russia should be compelled to sit at the negotiating table:
"Russia's desire to annex Eastern Ukraine, just like Crimea, and to provoke Europe through energy blackmail, makes it difficult for the conflicting parties to unite around the negotiation table. Efforts by the United States and the EU to provide war equipment for Ukraine and to drown the Russian economy are giving some results. ... However, diplomatic initiatives must be accompanied to strengthen Moscow's isolation. Making a deal with China is very important in this regard and must be put into action urgently.”
But as is observed, apart from the Milli Çözüm Magazine, no one could express the fact that Zionism was the real planner of all these troubles.
The reaction of the West to Russia’s annexation of four regions in Ukraine was insufficient!
After Russian President Vladimir Putin signed agreements on the annexation of the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions in Ukraine to Russia, messages of rejection and condemnation of the annexation came from Western countries, especially Ukraine and the European Union (EU).
Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelenski said they would not stop taking back all areas occupied and to be occupied by Moscow.
The Ukrainian leader shared on the instant messaging service Telegram that Ukraine was "keeping the situation under control" and had discussed plans with army commanders to liberate the Russian-occupied territories. Zelenskiy also reiterated his call to Western countries to provide them with more weapons and ammunition.
The leaders of the European Union countries also issued a joint statement, saying that Russia’s presence in eastern Ukraine is illegal, and that they will never recognize the annexation. The leaders expressed their strong rejection and condemnation of the illegal annexation of the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions of Ukraine by Russia.
In the statement of the Council of Europe formed by the EU member states, it was stated that Russia undermines the rules-based international order and endangers global security by violating international law and the UN charter.
“Crimea, Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk and Luhansk belong to Ukraine. We are calling on all countries and international organizations to reject this illegal policy in a certain way,” they said, but who would listen this call?
As a result:
Resulting of these insidious and evil plans of the Zionist Jewish centres, it is uttered that the world will face great chaos and even the 3rd World War is thought to have begun. With this government and this mentality, it is impossible for Türkiye to overcome the upcoming chaotic and critical process without trouble and in a successful manner. Therefore, a National Coalition Government is urgently needed. Blessed and glorious days will not be achieved without Milli Çözüm programs and policies.
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