Tension with Russia in Ukraine

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Re: Tension with Russia in Ukraine




View Obamot » 28/09/22, 21:17

: Arrowd: Ugh! : Arrowd:
GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:A 28/09/22, 18:05
Except we don't know who sabotaged the gas pipelines.


pedrodelavega wrote:A clear culprit with the videos that run on the internet... :?: :?: :?:
Ideal for diverting the attention of a losing Poutine.... :?: :?: :?:

[...] anyway and will eventually be fixed.

If public opinion could believe that it's the cantankers, it's all good for the Kremlin.
But kilékon, when I considered you a kind of mental illiterate wanting to fart higher than his kuk, I was scolded, but you haven't changed, it's good now we know, you can get out, you you're below the bottom, you're swimming backwards in the basement of the bottom : Lol: I know I shouldn't say that, but you're so pathetic.
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View GuyGadeboisTheBack » 28/09/22, 21:23

Ridiculous : Arrowu: You can still be delusional, but no one knows who sabotaged the gas pipelines... : Mrgreen: : Arrowu: Grotesque and pretentious.
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Re: Tension with Russia in Ukraine




View SixK » 28/09/22, 21:31

What would Putin's interest be in destroying the 2 north-streams?
He doesn't already have his hand on the valves? (you have gas, you have more gas, you have gas, oh damn! we have a breakdown...)
In short, not impossible, but too few reasons to do so?
Who sells gas when Russia no longer sells gas?
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View GuyGadeboisTheBack » 28/09/22, 21:34

SixK wrote:What would Putin's interest be in destroying the 2 north-streams? <<< Fuck us
He doesn't already have his hand on the valves? (you have gas, you have more gas, you have gas, oh damn! we have a breakdown...) <<< As soon as we want it to work again...
In short, not impossible, but too few reasons to do so? <<< Yes, yes, to accuse Biden who again released a silly and belligerent dung while talking about the gas pipelines in question
Who sells gas when Russia no longer sells gas? <<< (Russia to) China (who resells it to us)
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Re: Tension with Russia in Ukraine




View pedrodelavega » 28/09/22, 21:35

SixK wrote:What would Putin's interest be in destroying the 2 north-streams?
He doesn't already have his hand on the valves? (you have gas, you have more gas, you have gas, oh damn! we have a breakdown...)
In short, not impossible, but too few reasons to do so?
Who sells gas when Russia no longer sells gas?

(they are not destroyed, they are damaged and unusable for a certain duration.)

Possible reason : Arrowd:
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View Obamot » 28/09/22, 23:23

News...

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View izentrop » 29/09/22, 02:39

Christophe wrote:Now that the #NordStream gas pipelines have been destroyed by probable sabotage, I believe the next step will be the destruction of the transatlantic communication cables.

This will produce a global internet shutdown for a long time.

In my opinion, the probability of a worldwide internet shutdown by the sabotage of transatlantic communication cables is greater than a 15% chance as of today.

I remind you that the destruction of the transatlantic communication cables will have absolutely staggering, incalculable economic consequences for the West, very much greater than all the consequences of all the sanctions against Russia combined.

From an escalation point of view in the ongoing World War of Civilizations, this option will be activated before the nuclear option.


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Yeah boo! A cut cable does not prevent the rest of the canvas from working, it is precisely the principle : Wink:
According to the professor at the ESCE International Business School, there are on average more than a hundred ruptures of submarine cables each year, generally caused by fishing boats dragging their anchor.
https://www.moustique.be/actu/monde/202 ... nde-247776
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View Obamot » 29/09/22, 05:26

So it's normal, as many gas pipelines burst because of fishermen : Mrgreen:
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Re: Tension with Russia in Ukraine




View Christophe » 29/09/22, 09:09

izentrop wrote:Yeah boo! A cut cable does not prevent the rest of the canvas from working, it is precisely the principle : Wink:
According to the professor at the ESCE International Business School, there are on average more than a hundred ruptures of submarine cables each year, generally caused by fishing boats dragging their anchor.
https://www.moustique.be/actu/monde/202 ... nde-247776


Yeah blah...We just have to do without netflix, youtube, facebook and especially Google and co...or else accept to use them with a speed of 56 kBit/s : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:

It's not entirely true: Google, at least, has datacenters in Europe...
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