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Nordstream Attacks: Just Minutes After Explosions, Former British P.M Truss Sent Chat Message To U.S Secretary of State Blinken, Writing “It’s done”

Just minutes after the Nordstream pipelines were blown up, the then British Prime Minister Liz Truss sent a chat message to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, writing “It’s done.”

This is what Kim Dotcom claimed in a series tweets, posted on October 30, just after it became it became known that the cell phone of then Prime Minister Liz Truss had been hacked. Dotcom said he got the information about Truss’s chat message through iCloud admin access.

In a tweet, he wrote:

“How do the Russians know that the UK, in cooperation with the US, blew up the North Stream pipelines? Because @trussliz used her iPhone to send a message to @SecBlinken a minute after the pipeline blew up and before anyone else knew, a message saying ‘It’s done’. iCloud admin access rocks!”

In another tweet, he then explained how he got the information that the British participated in the attacks on the Nordstream pipelines last September.

“Not only the Five Eyes have access to all Big Tech databases through a back door. Russia and China also have sophisticated cyber units. The funny thing is that top security clearance government officials still prefer to use iPhones over their NSA and GCHQ-issued encrypted shit phones.”

Russia Says It’s the Brits

On October 29, the Russian Ministry of Defense issued a statement accusing Britain of being involved in blowing up the Nordstream pipelines.

“According to the available information, representatives of this British naval unit were involved in the planning, supply and implementation of the terrorist attack in the Baltic Sea on September 26, when the gas pipelines Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 were blown up.”

Maria Zakharova, the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, said Moscow is waiting for an answer from London.

“Honestly, I don’t care who got this information and how. I am interested in London’s answer to the following question: Did British Prime Minister Liz Truss send a message to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken immediately after the Nord Stream pipeline blew up, saying ‘it’s done’? Millions of people around the world, who have a right to know about global energy security and the role of the Anglo-Saxons in this attack, are waiting for the official answer to this question.”

On 3 November, the head of the Russian Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, also commented on the chat message, drawing attention to the sequel of events and the indications provided therewith:

“Literally from the first minutes after the explosions at the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines, the US launched a major campaign aimed at condemning Russia. However, it is evident that the United States is the main beneficiary of these terrorist attacks. (…) One cannot help but notice a text message from then British Prime Minister Liz Truss, following the explosions at the pipelines, telling US Secretary of State Antony Blinken that ‘it’s done’.”

The Russian Defense Ministry alleged that British Royal Navy “took part in planning, supporting and implementing” the plot to destroy the key Nord Stream. No evidence was provided at the time the statement was made.
Earlier, the Russian Foreign Ministry claimed that NATO conducted a military exercise during the summer using “deep-sea equipment’’ close to the location of the explosions on Nordstream pipelines.

The United Kingdom has rejected the Russian accusation that it is carried out the attacks on the Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea.

Writing on Twitter on Saturday, the UK Ministry of Defence claimed that Moscow “is resorting to peddling false claims of an epic scale” to distract from “their disastrous handling of the illegal invasion of Ukraine.”

The Ministry said the accusation was an “invented story” which “says more about arguments going on inside the Russian Government than it does about the West.”

Commenting on the British response, the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said Russia had evidence of British involvement in the attacks and will in time make them public:

“The immediate reaction of the British Ministry of Defence did not go unnoticed. They tried to absolve themselves of responsibility for the attack – they said that they did not even know about anything like that. Strange reaction. They have contacts (as they always have) with the Russian Ministry of Defense. They could clarify (or they know the answer to all questions a priori, which is strange). There is no doubt that this attack took place. This is a confirmed fact, recorded, given the stuffing of this region with American, British technological equipment. These are drones, satellites, and other equipment. They know everything very well. The fact of the attack itself is neither rejected nor refuted. The British said that, as it were, they had nothing to do with it. To do this, perhaps it was necessary to ask what facts we have. But since they compromised themselves with such a zealous, instant statement about their own innocence, then I think this can be attributed to the “treasury” of evidence of the British side’s self-disclosure.

We are “polite people”. Therefore, materials that directly indicate the involvement of British specialists in the preparation and implementation of this terrorist attack will be handed over to the British side. You will also get to know them.”

Government Secrets and the “ordinary people”

In a tweet thread on 1 November, Kim Dotcom claimed that “the leaders of the top 20 spy nations know who blew up the Nord Stream pipeline”, and this information is being deliberately withheld to keep “ordinary people” in the dark:

“Govt secrets are only secret to ordinary people, not to nations engaged in the global cyberwar. The leaders of the top 20 spy nations know who blew up the Nord Stream pipeline. Let me explain the reality of the hyper transparent spy world we’re living in today.”

“Top secret” means nothing to the top spy agencies in the world. Secrecy exists to keep citizens in the dark. Russia and China know exactly who blew up the Nord Stream pipelines because in todays world it’s impossible for an operation like that to leave no trace. Let me explain:

“All big tech databases are backdoored by every major spy agency. Every smartphone is an open mic to them. Every computer that is connected to the net is wide open. All major chips and most hardware is trojanized. All the data that one spy agency collects is stolen by the others.”

“All leaders of nations are targeted by spy tech and not one of them, not even the US President, isn’t spied on successfully 24/7 by multiple foreign and domestic agencies. Even the encrypted devices that spy agencies give to their leaders are backdoored. That’s the reality.”

“Occasional private conversations in zero tech environments are possible but the rare exception. Something like Nord Stream attack involves hundreds of people from military, agencies and the leadership of multiple countries. Impossible not to have a weak link in such a scenario.”

“The perpetrators of major events understand that their adversaries know exactly who did it and it’s a game they play against each other at the expense of ordinary people who become victims of stupid dick swinging contests. It’s a secret war that has been going on for decades.”

“I used to be a hacker, turned data security consultant, hired the top hackers in the world, was paid by Fortune 500 companies to hack them. We never had any client we didn’t hack successfully. That’s the truth. There’s no effective data security at all. Everything is wide open.”

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