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Failed Sabotage Attempt of the TurkStream Pipeline

Russia’s New Gas Pipeline

On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a key speech from Astana, Kazakhstan, where he participated in the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA). This followed meetings with Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan, the Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.

During the speech Putin was asked if Ukraine and Russia will continue to exist as states after the war, Putin said: “We never set ourselves the goal of destroying Ukraine.”

He added that there is “no need for massive airstrikes” on Ukraine after Monday. “For now. Then we’ll see.”

In the meantime, Reuters, reported yesterday that: “The Kremlin said on Thursday that several people had been arrested during a foiled attack on the TurkStream gas pipeline on Russian territory, Interfax news agency reported. Russia said it is stepping up security on the TurkStream pipeline, which carries Russian gas to Turkey, amid unexplained ruptures on the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea and an oil leak on the Druzhba pipeline in Poland.”

Threats to Erdogan

Following the sabotage of Nord Stream, TurkStream remains the only conduit for Russian NatGas to Europe, besides the pipelines that pass through Ukraine’s war-torn zone. Attacks on critical infrastructures in the European region have increased in recent weeks, as it appears these could be spill overs from the war in Ukraine executed by foreign agents from the U.S. or Great Britain, that seem to be sending a mafia-style message to the Turkish President Recep Erdogan to stop any further attempt to mediate with Vladimir Putin that offered to make Turkey a gas hub to preserve E.U. energy, even if the so-called “energy experts” of the West have questioned the viability of the Russian president’s proposal, saying it seemed unlikely that the bloc would approve new pipelines for Russian gas to Europe, as they continue to push up the price of oil and gas, so you might as well get used to high gas prices.  Earlier this month, brand new record highs were set all over southern California… where I live at the moment.

Dwindling Ferteliser Supplies

But that is not the only problem the real problem is natural gas. Thanks to the war in Ukraine, supplies of natural gas in Europe have become extremely tight, and this has pushed prices up. This is going to greatly affect food production in the months ahead.  According to Bloomberg, over two-thirds of all fertilizer production capacity in Europe has already been shut down due to soaring natural gas costs… Europe’s fertilizer crunch is deepening with more than two-thirds of production capacity halted by soaring gas costs, threatening farmers, and consumers far beyond the region’s borders. This is an massive story, but hardly anyone in the United States or Europe is covering it aside from Michael Snyder via TheMostImportantNews.com, Who says that: Global fertilizer production is going to be greatly reduced, and that is going to have very serious implications for agricultural production all over the world…

The Great Reset is sadly in full motion and famine and nukes will be used to reduce the global population as I stated in my latest book Confessions of an Illuminati Vol.7. We need to prepare as “our lifestyles are about to change in a major way, but the vast majority of the population still does not understand what is coming.”

NATO Sabotage Attempts

This is going to greatly affect food productions in the months ahead.  According to Bloomberg, over two-thirds of all fertilizer production capacity in Europe has already been shut down due to soaring natural gas costs… Russia and Turkey are two of 11 nations represented in Astana on Thursday for the CICA conference, and Turkey is the only NATO country that has good relations for the moment with the Russian Federation, and the latest sabotage attempt by members of the NATO Military Industrial Complex could risk making this alliance even stronger.

World War III Threat

In the meantime, a Russian Security Council official was quoted as saying on Thursday that if Ukraine is admitted into the U.S.-led NATO military alliance, then the conflict in Ukraine would be guaranteed to escalate into World War 3, while NATO said yesterday that a Russian nuclear strike would change the course of the conflict and almost certainly provoke a “physical response” from Ukraine’s allies that don’t seem too convinced. French President Emmanuel Macron that France will not respond with nuclear weapons should Russia use them against Ukraine, “Our doctrine rests on the fundamental interests of the nation,” Mr. Macron told public broadcaster France 2 on Wednesday showing the future weakness of NATO once the nuclear card is played by Russia.

NATO Madness

Despite this, NATO plans to go through with scheduled nuclear exercises next week as part of their drills, nuclear warhead-capable aircraft will be deployed in mock raids to piss off even further the Russian Federation and Vladimir Putin, who I don’t think will reach any deal with Turkey.

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