Nord Stream is dead,“whodunnit?” Means, Motive, and Opportunity

EUROPE - To fix a crime on a suspect, police try to establish means, motive, and opportunity. If the victim was shot in his home with no signs of forced entry or struggle, the suspects will be people known to the victim who had access to the murder weapon and reason to kill him. Take away any one element — means (gun), motive (gain), or opportunity (access) — and the case falls apart. If we bounce all three elements against the reasonable suspects, one suspect stands out.

Red heifer sacrifice could take place in one year in Jerusalem

ISRAEL - Texas businessman Byron Stinson – the man instrumental in locating and helping get five red heifers from the United States to Israel – told ALL ISRAEL NEWS that finding the sacrifice-ready cows was not the only objective. Boneh Israel, the organization Stinson is involved with, has also purchased land on the Mount of Olives that meets the requirements for a biblical sacrifice outside of a temple. Stinson explained that a sacrifice does not necessitate a new temple. It can also be conducted at a certain height and direction – and the plot on the Mount of Olives meets these requirements.

King Charles Can’t Serve Globalist Elites And The British People

UK - During the 2020 Davos World Economic Forum (WEF), then-Prince Charles officially launched “The Great Reset,” declaring that the Covid-19 pandemic “offers an unprecedented opportunity to rethink and reset the ways in which we live and do business.” The prince, who traveled to Switzerland on a private jet, stated, “We need nothing short of a paradigm shift, one that inspires action at revolutionary levels and pace.” By making himself the face of the WEF’s “Great Reset,” Charles made clear his brand of environmental activism isn’t hugging trees or establishing wildlife sanctuaries.

Are Britain's North Sea gas lines next?

EUROPE - Europe must prepare for 'previously unimaginable' threats to its offshore and undersea infrastructure, Germany's interior minister has said today, after the Nord Stream pipe was blown up in a suspected Russian attack. Leaders have already begun scrambling to shore up their defences with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg in Denmark today for talks which he said 'addressed the protection of critical infrastructure' while Norway said it was deploying the military to protect its oil and gas rigs. That move suggests Britain - which has two major gas pipes linking it to Norway, and dozens of rigs near Norwegian waters - is also at risk of attack. Mark Galeotti, an expert on Russia and former adviser to the British foreign office, told MailOnline that Putin is 'likely' behind the Nord Stream attack and intended it 'as a warning'.

 
FLASHBACK: Biden 'Promised' There 'Will Be No Longer a Nord Stream 2'

USA - Joe Biden's "promise" that "there will be no longer a Nord Stream 2" pipeline if Russia invades Ukraine is attracting new attention in the wake of the suspected sabotage of both Nord Stream 2 and Nord Stream 1. "If Russia invades, that means tanks or troops crossing the - the border of Ukraine again, then there will be - there will be no longer a Nord Stream 2," Biden threatened during a press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in February. "We will bring an end to it." "How will you do that exactly, since the project, and control of the project, is in Germany's control?" a reporter asked. "We will - I promise you - we will be able to do it," Biden said, smirking. Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland issued similar threats in January, warning: "If Russia invades Ukraine, one way or another, Nord Stream 2 will not move forward."

 
Ministers to slash BILLIONS off Whitehall budgets

UK - Ministers are drawing up plans for billions of pounds in spending cuts to reassure panicked markets that public finances are under control - as Liz Truss is set to break her silence this morning. The UK's giant welfare bill is facing a cut following a turbulent day in which the Bank of England made the shock and highly unusual move to declare it would be purchasing gilts in response to the 'significant repricing of UK and global financial assets' since Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-Budget announcement on Friday. It has emerged that the extraordinary intervention was triggered by fears that otherwise institutions would have been crushed within hours - putting the whole system at risk. Meanwhile, City minister Andrew Griffith said the £45 billion package was 'the right plan... to make our economy competitive'. But Cabinet ministers are understood to have privately raised concerns with Mr Kwarteng over the package of tax cuts. But despite signs of Tory nerves, Downing Street and the Treasury remain defiant, saying there is no prospect of a change in approach.

 
ITALY - The Very Serious Coup d’état

VATICAN - Archbishop Vigano shares in part the following on the reaction of voters to the ruling class: Certainly, most of the abstainers express the will not to accept taking part in a game, so to speak, in which the rules are decided by others. But to these must also be added those who do not vote due to trivial disinterest, or more simply – and this seems to me to be the case of the majority – because they are disgusted by a political class that has proven to be unworthy and corrupt beyond words. Vigano waits to see what this new Prime Minister will do. It remains to be seen whether the first woman Prime Minister will be able to distinguish herself from her predecessors or if she will prefer to bow to the deep state and continue the betrayal of Italian people.

 
Italy’s Move to the Right Shakes Europe’s Political Elites

ITALY - Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy party that won the most votes in Italy’s national election, was preparing to be the country’s first woman premier on Monday. The center-right coalition leader is bound for office declaring “We defend God, country, and family” built on opposition to gender ideology and the LGBT lobby alongside support for strong borders and an end to limitless mass migration.

Banking Crisis Will Start in Europe

USA - Legendary financial and geopolitical cycle analyst Martin Armstrong says nothing is going to get better by the end of 2022, and he is still forecasting “chaos” coming in 2023. Armstrong says the plunge in the stock market last week is all because of “extreme uncertainty.” Armstrong predicted a stock market crash two months ago and contends, “It’s not over.” Europe is in big financial trouble with Russian natural gas turned off as a retaliation from the sanctions. Armstrong explains, “In Europe, I believe they are actually deliberately doing this, and this is Klaus Schwab’s ‘Great Reset.’ They know they have a serious problem. All the pension funds are insolvent. Europe is fiscal mismanagement on a grand scale. There is no way it can sustain itself, and we are looking at Europe breaking apart.” So, could Europe suck the rest of the world down the tubes? Armstrong says, “Oh, absolutely. Europe is the problem... The crisis in banking will start in Europe... The debt is collapsing. They have no way to sustain themselves. The debt market over there is undermining the stability of all the banks.

 
Germany establishes new military command

GERMANY - Germany on Monday set up a new military command to boost the country’s defense capabilities and facilitate the domestic deployment of troops in crisis situations. The Bundeswehr’s Territorial Operations Command was activated with a ceremony at the Julius Leber Barracks in Berlin, which was attended by Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht and the top military commanders. Speaking at the ceremony, Lambrecht said the inauguration of the new command shows that Germany is taking rapid, concrete and effective steps to address new challenges following Russia’s war on Ukraine. “We are strengthening our readiness and our ability to act on the territory that we will defend in the event of an attack,” she said, adding that the new command will also bear responsibility as part of homeland security, hybrid threat situations, disaster relief, and matters of civil-military cooperation.

 
Seoul reluctant to get dragged into Taiwan conflict

SOUTH KOREA - South Korea’s president has expressed reluctance about helping the US defend Taiwan against a potential Chinese attack. Yoon Suk-yeo believes his country’s military – and American troops stationed on the peninsula – instead need to focus on the increased risk of a conflict with North Korea in such a scenario. “In the case of military conflict around Taiwan, there would be increased possibility of North Korean provocation,” President Yoon Suk-yeol outlined in a CNN interview that aired on Sunday. “Therefore, in that case, the top priority for Korea and the US-Korean alliance on the Korean Peninsula would be based on our robust defense posture. We must deal with the North Korean threat first.” The President stopped short of saying that Seoul should be a higher US priority than Taipei, but he suggested that the approximately 28,500 American troops in South Korea shouldn’t be diverted to fight in Taiwan. US President Joe Biden last week said that American forces would defend Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion, eliciting a furious response from Beijing.

 
Nord Stream explosions ‘were deliberate acts caused by sabotage’

DENMARK - Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen said sabotage could not be ruled out as the cause of the ‘unprecedented’ damage to the Nord Stream 1 and 2. The leader said: ‘It is authorities’ clear assessment that these are deliberate actions – not accidents.’ But she stressed that ‘there is no information indicating who could be behind’ it. Ms Frederiksen also rejected the suggestion that the incident was an attack on Denmark, saying the leaks occurred in international waters. In Sweden, acting prime minister Magdalena Andersson also said ‘it is probably a case of sabotage,’ but not an attack on her country. Meanwhile, Sweden’s National Seismology Centre (SNSN) confirmed an explosion recorded at the same time the gas pipeline was damaged measured at 2.3 on the Richter scale.

 
How a party of neo-fascist roots won big in Italy

ITALY - The Brothers of Italy party, which won the most votes in Italy’s national election, has its roots in the post-World War II neo-fascist Italian Social Movement. Keeping the movement’s most potent symbol, the tricolor flame, Giorgia Meloni has taken Brothers of Italy from a fringe far-right group to Italy’s biggest party. A century after Benito Mussolini’s 1922 March on Rome, which brought the fascist dictator to power, Meloni is poised to lead Italy’s first far-right-led government since World War II and is Italy’s first woman premier. Meloni still speaks reverently about the MSI and Almirante, even if her rhetoric can change to suit her audience. This summer, speaking in perfect Spanish, she thundered at a rally of Spain’s hard-right Vox party: “Yes to the natural family. No to the LGBT lobby. Yes to sexual identity. No to gender ideology.” Back home on the campaign trail, she projected a much more moderate tone and appealed for unity in her victory speech Monday. “Italy chose us,” she said. “We will not betray it, as we never have.”

 
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