Henry Kissinger Admits Ukraine was Behind Nord Stream Bombing to Zelensky Impersonator in Prank Video
Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger admitted that he believes Ukraine bombed the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline connecting Russia and Germany last year but still sympathized with Ukraine despite that act of terrorism.
Kissinger made the admission during a prank call by Russian trolls posing as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky who claimed to be calling Kissinger to celebrate his 100th birthday.
“Who do you think is guilty of the Nord Stream explosion?” the troll posing as Zelensky asked Kissinger.
“I thought you were… but I didn’t blame you,” Kissinger said in response.
The exchange can be seen here:
Russian pranksters Vovan & Lexus pretending to be zelensky called and asked Henry Kissinger: Who do you think is guilty of the Nord Stream explosion?
Henry Kissinger after a long pause: I thought you were. (He meant it was zelensky) 🤷♂️ pic.twitter.com/uvnCHLfN8d
— Roberto (@UniqueMongolia) July 11, 2023
Big League Politics has reported on the Nord Stream bombing being almost certainly an act of terror by Western powers:
“On February 9, 2023, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said that he was unsurprised by the investigation on the Nord Stream gas pipelines conducted by investigative journalist Seymour Hersh. He stated that Russian authorities always suspected the US was involved in this bombing.
“As far as Seymour Hersh’s investigation is concerned, of course, we have studied his publication thoroughly and attentively. It contains nothing sensational or unexpected to us,” he stated. “We assumed the involvement of the US and at least some of Washington’s NATO allies in this outrageous crime, which was an armed attack on a key element of critical infrastructure,” Ryabkov added.
The sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines would generally be considered as an act of war directed against Germany on the part of the US and the other state actors who assisted it. However, logic goes out the window when foreign policy leaders in the West are entranced by neoconservative/neoliberal interventionist foreign policies.
On top of that, the Russo-Ukrainian conflict represents a golden opportunity for the boosters of American hegemony to extend the US’s reach over European affairs. By knocking out the Nord Stream pipelines, the US has now rendered Germany more dependent on it for its energy needs. Like many other EU nations, Germany will need to rely on more expensive liquified natural gas now that it has been fully cut off from Russian gas sources. It also doesn’t help that green fanaticism has swept across Germany which has destroyed any semblance of energy sovereignty.”
Kissinger is no fool. It is no surprise that he knows that the Nord Stream was bombed by Ukraine-allied sources. Of course, Kissinger would never admit it publicly though. These Russian pranksters are owed a debt of gratitude for serving the public interest with their work.