About a month ago, on September 26th, explosions rocked the undersea “Nord Stream” natural gas pipelines connecting Russia to Germany, sending boiling methane rushing to the surface in masses big enough to be seen from space.
We’ve all seen the video of Joe Biden promising last February, “There will no longer be a Nord Stream 2” and “We will bring an end to it.”
The history of America’s bellicose threats with regard to Nord Stream were far more expansive than just a clip or two.
Stopping Nord Stream was a central goal of American foreign policy for nearly a decade, with politicians from both parties pounding the table to stop it, and all that history was disappeared the moment the blasts took place.
We can’t say yet who blew up the pipelines.
Matt Orfalea’s video captures three troubling things we already know about the Nord Stream blasts: