American human rights activist: Washington seeks to confront Germany after Russia

American human rights activist Ajamo Baraka believes that the United States seeks through the Ukrainian crisis to confront Germany after Russia, which is the second goal of the war it has fomented against Moscow in Ukraine.

Baraka said on Twitter, commenting on the US involvement in the bombing of the Nord Stream gas pipeline: “I emphasized from the very beginning that in the war that the US started with Russia, Germany was always the second target. “

Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist Seymour Hersh accused Washington of being involved in the bombing of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines of Russian gas flowing to Germany in Norwegian waters.

He said that “American divers planted explosives on the Nord Stream pipelines under the cover of NATO maneuvers, and the Norwegians activated them at a later time.

He explained that “On September 26, a Norwegian Navy aircraft shot down a sonar buoy to set off explosives.”

Source: News

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