Ryan E.
October 30, 2022

BREAKING: Russian Makes Shock Claim Regarding Staggering Explosion - World Responds...

Vladimir Putin's war isn't just impacting Ukraine, it's impacting the whole world. Russia has been up to no good for a while, now they can't understand why the rest of the world might be trying to hinder their progress.

Apparently, Britain's Royal Navy is not going to stand for it very longer.

Russia claims Britain has attacked.

According to the Russian defense ministry, Britain's Royal Navy helped execute a terrorist attack which damaged the Nord Stream pipelines from the European Union to Russia.

They called it a "terrorist attack against the ships of the Black Sea Fleet and civilian ships."

"The preparation of this terrorist act and the training of military personnel of 73rd Marine Special Operations Centre were carried out under supervision of British specialists in the city of Ochakov, Nikolayev region in Ukraine," Russia said. It should be noted that there was an obvious lack of evidence presented at the same time.

"According to available information, representatives of this unit of the British Navy took part in the planning, provision and implementation of a terrorist attack in the Baltic Sea on September 26 this year — blowing up the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines," they claimed again without evidence.

Could they be lying? Could Britain be fighting back? Only time will let the truth come out.

I'll tell you what though, there's a good chance that all of this is Russia's fault.

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