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Russia-EU Gas Pipeline Explosion and Foreign Mercenary Cover-Up in Ukraine

Urgent Breaking News! Russia-EU gas transit pipeline explodes near #Poltava, #Ukraine. This pipeline is called Уренгой-Помары-Ужгород: Urengoy-Pomari-Uzhgorod. This is the main pipeline to Europe.

#Kiev government blames it on terrorists. Apparently those same terrorists created as a result of their inflammatory statements, history book lies, and support of the Ukraine criminal government by the US and EU.

Interview with Vladimir Rogov, a politician and activist from Zaporozhie: he says that the Kiev junta plan is to have several explosions in different sections of the Urengoy-Pomari-Uzhgorod pipeline, which goes through central and western Ukraine. This is a planned sabotage of the gas flow to Europe. According to Rogov, this was done following direct US orders. The main goal is to sabotage Russian gas supplies to EU, thus inflicting maximum damage on Russian and EU economies.

Also interesting: Rogov talks about recent downing in Donbass of the Ukraine army transporter and the acknowledged by Kiev deaths of 49 Ukraine military conscripts. He says this is untrue and a deliberate cover-up. The real number of deaths is 211. There were 211 people in the plane. 49 – Ukraine citizens, and the rest citizens of Poland and Lithuania, who were mercenaries from Polish private military company Apago. Most mercenaries sent to fight the people of Donbass were Lithuanians, who speak decent Russian and therefore wouldn’t raise red flags with locals (as Western, or even Polish-speakers would). Rogov: We are expecting to obtain video proof of these mercenaries boarding the airplane. Poland and Lithuania didn’t admit their people’s deaths, but they called the day of the crash “the Black Friday.”

Per multiple sources, ukro-nazi “right sector” leader #Yarosh had issued threats to blow up the pipeline. Oh, coincidence, Yarosh has been recently put in charge of the Russia-EU gas pipeline security! Talk about a fox in the chicken coup.

Another news from Rogov: Kiev is planning on putting a number of snipers on the Ukrainian-Russian border to prevent refugees crossing into safety, paid for by oligarch Kolomoysky. Rogov warns to be careful, especially those who are trying to take children across the border! Link to interview with Vladimir Rogov in Russian

On another note, I have learned that Ukraine army shot several rockets across the Russian border, killing one Russian border patrol soldier. This happened following the recent incident when 2 Ukraine armored vehicles crossed the Russian border + the attack on the Russian embassy in Kiev.

As we discussed previously, this to me is an absolutely clear indication that Kiev is trying to provoke Russia into bringing its troops into Ukraine – why would they want that? And why blow up the pipeline? The answers are clear to both.

Read my related articles that explain much more about all this in vivid detail, including analysis and far-reaching predictions: 

For more on the pipeline explosion, read new post on Maddie Walsh’s 1EarthUnite blog: Breaking News: Pipeline Explosion In Ukraine Could Be ‘Act Of Terrorism’.

I especially like the comment from a Ukrainian, which I will repeat verbatim:

“Russia cuts off gas for Ukraine, the next day a transit pipeline explodes. As they say in Ukraine “що не з’їм то понадкусую.” “What I cannot eat, at least I will take a bite out of.” I should say “as we say in Ukraine”, since I was born in Kyiv, but just beginning to be even more ashamed of being Ukrainian following recent events. Fine with the pipeline and all the russian b s but at least don’t bomb your own citizens in the east.”

Lada says: “What I can’t eat, at least I’ll take a bite out of” was my mother’s favorite Ukrainian saying. The story goes like this: A Ukrainian is carrying a heavy sack of apples, but at one point he knows he can’t carry it any more and will have to leave it on the road. So, he sits on the dusty road and bites into every apple, throwing the uneaten portion out. A man asks him: “Why are you destroying all these nice apples? If you can’t eat them all, perhaps another hungry traveler could have some.” “No,” says the Ukrainian, “If I can’t eat them all, at least I’ll bite into each. If I can’t have them, no one will.”

According to my mother (the 100% Ukrainian that she was), this not very flattering story depicts one of the disastrous and unfortunate traits of the Ukrainian people, which always gets them in trouble. Mind you, Ukrainians have some very good traits as well, but at this point they are making it very hard for others to see those.

Very sad.


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