Sweden Finally Drops Nord Stream Sabotage Investigation But Keeps Findings Secret

The bombing of the Nord Stream was the single biggest act of industrial sabotage in human history. Despite the fact that this act totally transformed the nation of Germany, the German government has zero interest in finding out who was responsible.

Presumably, this is because they already know who is responsible, and they have no interest in prosecuting a case against that state.

It was either done directly by America or organized by the Americans through the state of the Ukraine. These are both great allies of Germany, apparently.


Sweden on Wednesday dropped its investigation into the explosions in 2022 on Nord Stream pipelines carrying Russian gas to Germany, saying it lacked jurisdiction in the case but had handed evidence it had uncovered over to German investigators.

The multi-billion dollar Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines transporting gas under the Baltic Sea were ruptured by a series of blasts in the Swedish and Danish economic zones in September 2022, releasing vast amounts of methane into the air.

Russia and the West, at loggerheads over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine in February that year, have pointed fingers at one another. Each has denied any involvement and no one has taken responsibility.

You almost forget that the Americans had the nerve to claim Russia bombed their own pipes.

Meanwhile, Russia was calling for an investigation, while America was suppressing any such attempts.

Swedish Public Prosecutor Mats Ljungqvist told Reuters: “We have a picture of what has happened, and what that picture consists of we cannot go into more detail, but it leads to the conclusion that we do not have jurisdiction,” he said.

It is not Sweden’s task to continue this investigation.”

Ljungqvist said the main task had been to establish whether Sweden or Swedish citizens were involved in the attack, which he said had taken place in international waters.

“The answer to that question is ‘no’ and there is nothing in this case that poses any risk to Sweden’s security now that we have seen how things stand,” he said.

Ljungqvist said the investigation had been extensive and the findings shared with German investigators, but secrecy laws prevented him from making the evidence public.

Well, that is certainly convenient.

See: Hersh Says Brandon Blew the Pipes Because Germans Didn’t Care Enough About Ukraine Democracy