Russian Spy Chief Confirms He Believes Truss’ “It’s Done” Text was About Bombing the Nord Stream

Every time I see a picture of Liz Truss, DMX starts playing in my head.

It’s sort of weird that Antony Blinken would tell Liz Truss of all people to oversee the bombing of the Nord Stream – and then not even tell her to not talk about it on unprotected channels.

But that’s apparently what happened.


The head of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) Sergey Naryshkin says he has “indirect confirmation” that the message reading “It’s done” that then-UK PM Liz Truss allegedly sent to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken was about the sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines. 

During his brief interview with Rossiya 1 channel on Sunday, Naryshkin was asked whether Russian intelligence believed there were “ample grounds” to link Truss’ text message to the explosions at the bottom of the Baltic Sea in late September, in which three out of four lines of the Nord Stream were damaged.

“I only have indirect confirmation that all this has grounds under it,” the spy chief responded.

In late October, Russia’s defense ministry openly blamed the UK for being involved in the sabotage of the pipelines, which carried Russian gas to Europe through Germany. According to the ministry, “British specialists” from the Royal Navy, based in the Ukrainian city of Ochakov, “took part in planning, supporting and executing” the attack on the pipelines.

London responded to the accusations with a tweet, claiming that Moscow was “peddling false claims of an epic scale.”

Last week,  Finnish-German tech businessman and social media personality Kim Dotcom claimed on Twitter that Truss messaged “It’s done” to Blinken “a minute after the pipeline blew up and before anybody else knew.”

The entrepreneur didn’t provide any proof to his claims, but suggested that Moscow based its accusations against London and Washington of Nord Stream sabotage based on the data it obtained from hacking the UK PM’s phone.

The story about the purported breach was reported by the British media, with anonymous sources telling journalists that the hackers – presumably working for Russia – were able to obtain a year’s worth of Truss’ highly sensitive communications with British and foreign officials.

What even is this?

Everyone knows these phones can be hacked. At the very least, couldn’t they turn off the iCloud function on their phones?

How irresponsible are these people?

But hey – I guess they just don’t care about getting caught. They can just say “Russia is lying tho” and the whole media will repeat their claims.