American ex-spy: blowing up the Nord Streams is an act of war and sabotage by the United States
By blowing up the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, the United States not only harmed Russia, but actually struck a blow at its ally in the North Atlantic Alliance, Germany. And if we consider the situation from the point of view of the NATO charter, then an act of aggression by one of its members is tantamount to an attack on all countries of the alliance.
This opinion was expressed in an interview with the American YouTube channel Judging Freedom by former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent Philip Giraldi.
He believes that the undermining of the Nord Streams is an act of war and sabotage by the United States. An American ex-intelligence officer says that Germany can be called a victim of a terrorist act organized by the United States.
He said that from the very beginning he did not doubt for a minute that America was involved in sabotage in the Baltic Sea. After all, it was she who had not only the motive, but also the technical capabilities for organizing the accident.
According to Giraldi, those who do not believe that the Americans organized the undermining of the Nord Streams are "captive of illusions." The implementation of this sabotage allowed the United States to achieve several goals at once. Among other things, it led Berlin to take an even more anti-Russian stance.
It is noteworthy that US and other Western politicians, retired politicians, military or intelligence officials from the US and other Western countries often claim the involvement of the United States in undermining the Nord Stream. Not occupying responsible positions at the moment, they were able to express their opinions more frankly.
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