TUCKER: [11:27] – If you prefer to read rather than listen, there is a transcript at the first link below.
Non-natural explosions have caused three [update: now four] leaks in the Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea. The explosions were so large that they actually registered on the Richter scale, but they took place in the water, not in the rock under the seabed. IOW, the pipes were not damaged by earthquakes.
As natural gas pours into the Baltic Sea, the largest leak is spreading bubbles more than half a mile in diameter. The smallest is creating a circle as wide as two football fields. The Nord Stream pipes are 230+ feet underwater. Diving to this depth requires special equipment, procedures, and advanced training. In addition, the steel pipes are 1.6 inches thick and coated with steel-reinforced concrete more than 4 inches thick. IOW, these pipes were not sabotaged by amateurs.
A German source is reporting that our CIA warned Berlin over the summer that they were seeing increasing signs of a possible planned attack on the pipeline. Some European leaders are pointing their fingers at Russia, which makes little sense, since the pipes were carrying Russian gas. Others fingers are aimed at the Biden administration, which has more than once threatened to “end” the Nord Stream pipeline. Is it my imagination or would this constitute an act of war?
This is obviously going to exacerbate a rapidly growing energy crisis in Europe, especially with what is predicted to be a bitterly cold winter coming in a matter of weeks. But the up side is that, shazam, another pipeline (the purple line on the map) just opened, bringing non-Russian gas to Europe. Will Russia respond by targeting something near and dear to us?
I have to wonder about the fact that the explosions that started the leaks happened on Rosh Hashanah. I seriously doubt the people who did it were aware of or cared about the date. But God certainly does. And “we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him.” – Romans 8:28
So let’s review the significance of Rosh Hashanah.
- First, Rosh Hashanah is the day after the end of the month of Elul, which is known as both the “Month of Mercy.” Could it be that the Nord Stream pipeline explosions mark the end of God’s mercy for the Earth?
- Second, the biblical name for Rosh HaShanah is Yom Teruah, which literally means “day of blasting.” Yikes!
- Third, it is also known as Yom haDin, or literally, the Day of Judgment. Double yikes!
CLICK https://rumble.com/v1lv248-who-bombed-the-pipeline-ep.-1861-the-dan-bongino-show.html [5:25 – 18:30] – Dan Bongino talks about not just the pipeline story, but also a financial story that he says marks the beginning of the end for our global economy.