Who’s To Blame For The Pipeline Being Down? Russia, Of Course

by | May 11, 2021 | Headline News | 6 comments


Because the Colonial pipeline is now offline due to an alleged cyberattack, the ruling class has scrambled for an answer. Who’s to blame? Russia, of course.

Even though most of us are beginning to see through the facade, they are still trying to push agendas.  The central banks are hiding the massive inflation in energy prices, so it makes sense they’d use this false flag to benefit them from all sides. So in addition to hiding hyperinflation, they get the added benefit of destroying the economy and running out of gas and diesel to deliver food to people all while ramping up tensions with Russia.


It’s hard to believe that even though we can see through it, the masses are still blind. It’s time we apply critical thinking and this one “attack” checks off several boxes for their agenda.

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The mainstream media has made sure they blame Russia:

According to an unnamed “former senior cyber official” who spoke to CNN, the group “originated from Russia” and “typically targets non-Russian-speaking countries.” A London-based cybersecurity firm told the BBC that the gang is “likely to be based in a Russian-speaking country” since it “avoids” companies based in the Commonwealth of Independent States, comprised of some post-USSR countries. –RT

NBC News reported that the hack was a “criminal scheme” and not an attack by “national adversaries,” but qualified the remark by saying that Russian hackers “often freelance for the Kremlin.” A Washington Post report stated much the same thing, despite there being “no known foreign government nexus.”

“If the culprit turns out to be a Russian criminal group, it will underscore that Russia gives free rein to criminal hackers who target the West,” Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder of the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, told NBC. CrowdStrike, which counts House Speaker Nancy Pelosi among its investors, was the first to sound off on unfounded “Russian hacking” claims in 2016.

Even Joe Biden said there’s “no evidence” Russia was involved with this pipeline cyberattack, but Russia still bears some of the responsibility. Which is is, Sleepy Joe? “So far there’s no evidence from our intelligence people that Russia is involved,” Biden told reporters. However, he followed that statement by saying that the ransomware used “is in Russia,” and Russia, therefore, has “some responsibility to deal with this.”

The ruling class will stop at nothing to start a war with Russia. It’s been in the works since the election in 2016. They also need to destroy what’s left of the middle class (that still exists after lockdowns) and control the supply of food in order to get people to beg for their own enslavement.  There may not have ever been a more perfect false flag.


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    1. Colonial pipeline truth

      Excuses will be made but the Colonial closure is not about terrorism nor ransom demands. We have long warned that the oil and gas distribution in the US in the pipelines across the Mississippi River were vulnerable to the New Madrid Fault line rupture. The US Junta monitors the tension in the N American Plate intensely, and they are not about to allow these pipelines to rupture and create a gas spill and likely a massive inferno. We predict that the ransom demands will force other distribution routes, and the Colonial closure will become permanent.

    2. jakartaman

      Biden is responsible.
      This idiot stopped construction on a very good viable pipe line putting workers out of a Job!
      Now the idiot has allowed a cyber attack on one of the largest pipelines.
      Can you say red flag for inflation excuse!!!

    3. Bluesky

      How can you hack a pipeline? All it needs is electric to the pumps. This is CIA all the way

    4. Stupordave

      By law critical infrastructure like pipelines and Nuclear Power Plants have to have a AIR WALL electronic security, meaning no part of the system is accessible from out side of the pipeline companies own facilities… Hmmmm? This also means any malware attack had to be placed on the SCADA system from within company facilities. The entire narrative is 100% BULLSHIT. Any 8th grade computer student would know this. I suspect we are going to find out soon the problem with the pipeline is that there “isn’t enough product to feed into the pipeline” to keep product flowing”. That’s right, we can’t produce domestically enough oil to remain functional as a Nation and what oil we have is now been seized by our mass murdering military for upcoming operations to end life on earth.

    5. Bill

      I worked in a power plant control room for many years, and saw many control systems upgrades as technology developed. I know exactly what you are talking about. Most people don’t know about SCADA, DCS, HMI, GUI, etc. They also don’t know that systems that control various infrastructure are supposed to be isolated from the outside in a way that is impossible to access except under certain conditions. However, this is not always the case.
      There are volumes of various industry codes, fed./state laws, regulations, etc. that require back-up systems to safely manage shutdowns or even continue limited operation of infrastructure in the event of a primary control failure.
      I don’t know exactly what is going on with this pipeline business, but some do, and there’s no way the public is being told the whole truth.

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