Last Updated on July 13, 2023
Henry Kissinger blamed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for the bombing of the Russian Nord Stream pipeline when Kissinger was reached by Russian prank callers pretending to be Zelensky. The pranksters asked Kissinger for his opinion on the pipeline’s demise, which occurred by way of an underwater explosion in 2022 that is widely believed to have been the result of a military sabotage operation backed by both the US and the Ukrainian governments.
Infamous neocon Henry Kissinger blamed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky himself for the bombing of the underwater gas pipeline that carried energy from Russia, through the Baltic Sea, and into the rest of Europe. While the US government and its Ukrainian counterparts have long been suspected of carrying out the 2022 Nord Stream bombing, they’ve never officially taken responsibility for it, though so-called world leaders reportedly treat US/Ukrainian responsibility for the bombing as an open secret.
The Russian pranksters who solicited the Kissinger Nord Stream comments reached Kissinger through what was apparently a video-taped web call, asking him, “How do you think? Who is behind the explosion of Nordstream 2?”
Kissinger looked hesitant to answer the question, prompting the pranksters to ask him once more.
“Who is guilty? How do you think?” they asked again, as Kissinger continued to take a lengthy pause, apparently pondering his answer.
“I frankly have thought you were,” a befuddled-looking Kissinger finally replied.
“Really? You think that we? No, no,” the pranksters responded.
“But I didn’t blame you,” Kissinger added.
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The video of Henry Kissinger blaming Zelensky and the Ukrainians for the Nord Stream bombing has hit the internet at a time when the Ukrainian leader and his colleagues are facing widespread humiliation and pushback on the world stage.
After Zelensky lashed out at NATO leaders for not approving Ukrainian NATO membership ahead of the alliance’s annual summit, photographs taken of Zelensky sulking around NATO’s meeting, rejected by the alliance’s leaders, went viral online.
Now, he’s desperately reversed the course of his attitude and a video has been released of Zelensky pleading with the citizens of NATO nations to continue sending him their tax dollars, while claiming that Ukraine will be admitted to NATO as soon as their war with Russia comes to an end.