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Russia drops gas pipeline supply to Germany by half while building massive new pipeline with China

The West is crumbling under the globalist Great Reset while Russia, China and Iran are increasingly aggressive. Germany is now seeing unexpected runaway inflation because of a reduction in gas supply from Russia. Globalists focused on their misguided green plans, but those plans are now backfiring. Green-pushing Germany is turning to coal to offset the gas crisis stemming from Russia’s gas restriction.

Russia has dropped its gas pipeline supply to Germany by half, while building a massive new pipeline with China.

With the global megashift, other countries are reshuffling for survival as well. Russia is also now expanding the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) — “a 7,200-kilometre (4,474-mile) network of railroads, highways and maritime routes that connects Russia and India through Iran.” India is excited about the project since it allows it to bypass Pakistan. And in June, Iran launched a “pilot transit of goods from Russia to India using the INSTC.”

The worst enemies of America are realigning to strengthen their economies, while Joe Biden compounds his failures and “progressives” remain fixated on transgender issues and how to sink Donald Trump.

Trump was ridiculed at the UN when he warned Germany about its dependence on Russian oil; Germany has now admitted it was wrong.

Even in the face of the mess that Biden continues to make of America, the Leftist hounds are still primarily focused on Trump for whatever role they conjured up — despite evidence to the contrary — that he supposedly played on January 6, 2021. Democrats are doing everything they can to continue the globalist agenda of the Great Reset that would see America destroyed. They are also fully aware of what Trump’s Make America Great Again plan would do to their global Great Reset.

“Germany accuses Russia of ‘power play’ as gas pipeline supply drops by half,” by Philip Oltermann, Guardian, June 27, 2022:

Germany has accused Moscow of engaging in “power play” over energy exports, as Russian state-run Gazprom further throttled gas supplies into Europe.

As announced two days earlier, the energy giant on Wednesday reduced the gas flow through Nord Stream 1 to 33m cubic metres a day – about 20% of the pipeline’s total capacity and half the amount it has been delivering since resuming service last week after 10 days of maintenance work.

According to network data from the gas transfer station in Lubmin, north-east Germany, only about 17m kilowatt hours of gas arrived between 8am and 9am, compared with more than 27m kWh between 6am and 7am.

Meanwhile, the Italian energy major Eni said it had been told by Gazprom it would only receive “approximately 27m cubic metres” of natural gas on Wednesday, down from around 34m cubic metres in recent days.

The Russian gas firm said gas flow was down because one of the last two operating turbines had to be halted due to a “technical condition of the engine” – an argument the German government in strong terms dismissed as a made-up pretext….

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