Next in a series?
Robert Bridge, sometime contributor to RT and to SCF - you know, that site with all those retired diplos and stuff, the kind of site Pedo Pete and Ursula don't want you to see - has commented on the (now four) Nord Stream breaches.
Whoever does his artwork is a genius.
And Bridge leads with a Kissinger quote.
'To be an enemy of the US is dangerous, but to be a friend is fatal.'
Bridge wants to continue right away with a tweet by a Pole, a tweet since removed, but of course preserved for all posterity.
Bridge, one may posit, gets the tweet completely wrong.
At first glance, it seemed that Sikorski was speaking sarcastically, berating Washington for carrying out an attack that will have severe repercussions for the people of Europe.
Oh no. You need to spend more time online, Robert, and see the kind of crap emanating from that country. They're OTT there. The homelands of Z-Big and Stepan Bandera, don't forget. They still want to kill all subhumans. It wasn't enough with their Holocaust ovens in the 1940s.
No, that tweet was deadly serious.
And why would the US blow up NS2? Because they said they would. Because, from halfway around the planet, they've opposed it from the get-go. That German-Russian deal was too straightforward, too intelligent, and - worst of all - it didn't cut in Zelensky for a piece of the pie.
A few paragraphs later Bridge sobers up.
In fact, the Polish diplomat was speaking one-hundred percent literally, thanking the United States for plunging the continent deeper into the abyss. This has been the attitude of European leaders from the start of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine: 'we will accept our self-destruction as scripted by Washington policymakers so long as the baddies in Moscow hears our virtue-signaling whimpers and screams'.
None of this would be possible of course without the virtuoso bumbling of Teh Ursula. She was opposed by Juncker, and had every major voice expressing their apprehension at appointing such a klutz - but now we're here, and she's acting more like Adolf's jilted sweetheart for every passing day. Go ride a horse, Rosie.
Back to Bridge.
But first, the big question: was the United States really responsible for the destruction of Nord Stream, as Sikorski seems to believe? Well, if we were are to take bumbling Joe Biden at his word, then the answer would seem to be yes.
But the US would never get directly involved. Of course not. Pepe Escobar spoke at length with RT earlier today and laid out the most plausible scenario, involving Poland natch at the top, ably assisted by NATO wannabe Sweden, with Antony Blinken yanking the puppet strings at a discrete plausible-deniability distance.
But perhaps Bridge is leading us in gently. For he now adds lots of juicy info about what's been going on in the area.
In terms of cui bono, Bridge wants to say the following.
The main motivating factor for Washington having a hand in destroying Nord Stream is the awesome powers - both financial and political - that it will reap. The economic crisis in Europe is already forcing companies and corporations to consider relocating to the US, which is providing a better business environment and more or less affordable electricity bills.
That's one take, sure. But how about General Winter? Protests grow all across Europe. The idiocy of Ursula is being exposed more and more - just recently she warned Italians not to vote against her wishes (and they defied her, the ingrates). Sooner or later the EU might send Rosie back to her stud farm and get someone to serenade Vladimir. In which case the OBVIOUS solution is NS2.
Which, of course, is no longer operable. Something the US Deep State wanted all along. Play by their games or they take away the ball. Your ball, true, but still and all the ball.