American News Network Has SMOKING GUN: French Nuclear Submarine Involved in Nordstream Explosions

Comment:  The Smoking Gun is in the FB.watch Link Below:

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Comment:  The CIA which Controls the United States controls the EU which does Include France.  I , myself, cannot rule out CIA directing their Proxy, France, to blow up the Russian Pipeline!  The CIA Controls the U.S. Media and most if not all of the EU Media as well.  Here is a limited Synopsis of CIA Controlling Narcotics Operations in France and other activities in France.  France invaded Libya With Other NATO countries and it was totally ILLEGAL.  This BLAST to Pipeline occurred just as Mohammed bin Salman made an agreement to ditch the Dollar and trade oil in Rubles.

French Connection[edit]

Illegal heroin labs were first discovered near MarseilleFrance, in 1937. These labs were run by Corsican gang leader Paul Carbone. For years, the Corsican underworld had been involved in the manufacturing and trafficking of heroin, primarily to the United States. It was this heroin network that eventually became known as “the French Connection”. The Corsican Gang was protected by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the SDECE after World War II in exchange for working to prevent French Communists from bringing the Old Port of Marseille under their control.[1]

 

Nord Stream Pipeline Blast Inquiry Turns Into a Sabotage Investigation

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Three of four pipelines in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 systems were damaged Monday, resulting in massive gas leaks in the Baltic (Danish Defence Command)

PUBLISHED SEP 27, 2022 9:31 PM BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE

 

The inquiry into the damage to the Nord Stream 1 and 2 subsea gas pipelines has transitioned into a sabotage investigation, according to leaders in Denmark and Sweden.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen confirmed Tuesday that her nation’s authorities believe that the ruptures in three subsea pipelines off the Baltic island of Bornholm are “deliberate actions” and “not an accident.” Sweden’s Prime Minister, Magdalena Andersson, confirmed to reporters that “this is likely a deliberate act, that is, it is likely an act of sabotage.”

The proximate cause of the damage appears to be a sequence of explosions, according to academic seismologists who recorded vibrations corresponding to two separate blasts. “There is no doubt that these were explosions,” Dr. Bjorn Lund of Sweden’s National Seismology Centre told local media.

Both Nord Stream 1 and 2 had already been shut down, the former by Russia (for claimed maintenance issues) and the latter by Germany (as a penalty on Russia for the invasion of Ukraine).

As recently as last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin called on German leaders to reverse course and allow Nord Stream 2 to enter service. If they did, Putin suggested, Germany would receive the Russian gas it had contracted to receive through other pipelines.

“The bottom line is, if you have an urge, if it’s so hard for you, just lift the sanctions on Nord Stream 2, which is 55 billion cubic meters of gas per year, just push the button and everything will get going,” said Putin on Friday.

Northern Europe appears to be headed in a different direction. The apparent attack on Nord Stream 1 and 2 occurred just before the inauguration ceremony for a brand new pipeline to deliver Norwegian gas to Poland via Denmark. Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen attended the ceremony in Budno, Poland, and she suggested that the new Norwegian supply “marks a crucial geopolitical step for all of us.”

“We have to do all we can to remove energy as a Russian instrument of power,” Frederiksen said.

Comment:  CIA/Rothschilds & Rockefellers Control France:

1950[edit]

Unconventional warfare preparation[edit]

CIA forms the French branch of Operation Gladio.[citation needed]

The CIA is suspected to have infiltrated the French Communist party and worked to support the growth of non-revolutionary communists within France to offset the Soviet influence on the more radical elements within the French Communist Party.[citation needed]

The CIA is suspected to have been involved in supporting the student riots against Charles DeGaulle to retaliate against his withdrawal from NATO and his Francophile policies.[citation needed]

“Charles De Gaulle undertook covert operations in Quebec using nationalist and separatist movements in Quebec, under the rubric of “Assistance et Cooperation Technique” or “Operation Ascot.” Jacques Foccart dispatched SDECE agents to Quebec to develop and foment the growth of separatist movements.”[2]

1961[edit]

Admiral Pierre Lacoste stated that the CIA supported the French Gladio and the OAS right-wing extremist organization to attack Charles DeGaulle.[3]

1992[edit]

Clandestine intelligence collection[edit]

“According to the Director of Central Intelligence, Bob Gates, at least 20 nations from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America are involved in intelligence activities that are detrimental to our economic interests. Some of the specific cases are shocking. According to a recent New York Times article by Peter Schweizer, `between 1987 and 1989, French intelligence planted moles in several U.S. companies, including IBM. In the fall of 1991, a French intelligence team attempted to steal `stealth’ technology from Lockheed.’ Other accounts report that French intelligence units conduct 10 to 15 break-ins every day at large hotels in Paris to copy documents that belong to businessmen, journalists, and diplomats. According to other accounts, the French have been hiding listening devices on Air France flights in order to pick up useful economic information from business travelers.[4]

1993[edit]

Clandestine intelligence collection[edit]

“In 1993, R. James Woolsey, then a new Director of Central Intelligence, publicly announced that economic intelligence focused on European corrupt practices and bribery was now a CIA program. French intelligence had been aggressively going after information from American executives. Woolsey said “No more Mr. Nice Guy.”[5]

Shortly afterwards, the CIA Paris station had at least five officers working on understanding French national trade policy, and countering French economic espionage against the US. Four were under diplomatic and one under nonofficial cover.[6]

1995[edit]

Clandestine intelligence collection[edit]

The CIA Inspector General delivered a report on CIA clandestine service work on economic intelligence, which is likely[clarification needed] to end the careers of several officers, including Paris station chief Dick Holm, European CS division chief Joseph DeTrani, and at least four case officers.

France’s Interior Minister, Charles Pasqua, revealed the problem in February 1995. The officer under nonofficial cover as a foundation representative made two errors in posing as a foundation representative: communicating too openly with the C.I.A. station and communing too secretly with her target, a French official. Mr. Holm, the station chief, found out about the love affair she was conducting with the official. It was clear that the romance could compromise the operation. Holm convinced his chief to continue the operation.

The French, however, broke the usual agreement among Western services and announced what they had learned, expelling the embassy-based officer “incompatible with their diplomatic status.”.[7] Controversy flared over questions about whether spying on allies for economic data is a worthy pursuit for the CIA, even if the allies do it to the US, or if other missions have a higher priority.[6] While there were tragicomic aspects, the issue of what espionage is tolerable among nominal allies remains complex, especially when involving clear security issues as with Jonathan Pollard.

2006[edit]

Rendition and clandestine intelligence collection[edit]

The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the League of Human Rights (LDH) filed a complaint urging the French Public Prosecutor to investigate the alleged use of French airports by secret CIA flights transporting terrorist suspects.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alfred W. McCoy, Cathleen B. Reach, and Leonard D. Adams, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia (Harper & Row, 1972); Peter Dale Scott, The War Conspiracy (Bobbs-Merrill, 1972); Henrik Krueger, The Great Heroin Coup (South End, 1980); Leslie Cockburn, Out of Control (Atlantic Monthly, 1987). Carlo Cortes, AP, Manila, Oct. 25, 1989.
  2. ^ Federation of American Scientists, DGSE – General Directorate for External Security/Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure
  3. ^ Kwitny, Jonathan (1992-04-06), “The CIA’s Secret Armies in Europe”, The Nation.
  4. ^ William Cohen (June 24, 1992), “Countering Industrial Espionage in the Post-Cold-War-Era”Congressional Record (Senate): S8732
  5. ^ Woolsey, James (March 17, 2000). “Why We spy”Wall Street Journal.
  6. Jump up to:a b Weiner, Tim (March 13, 1996). “C.I.A. Confirms Blunders During Economic Spying on France”New York Times.
  7. ^ CIA 1995-1996 Economic Espionage in France Archived 2008-04-30 at the Wayback Machine (in English)
  8. ^ International Commission of Jurists (February 2006), “National Inquiries into allegations of secret CIA flights and detention centres”, E-Bulletin on Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights (PDF), archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-02-27, retrieved 2008-04-28

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