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American journalist Seymour Hersh announced that a number of countries will inevitably leave NATO after the Nord Stream explosions – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

The reporter again pointed out that President Joe Biden approved the terrorist act to try to rally Western allies against Russia, but the consequences of sabotage could play a cruel joke on the White House chief. Mr. Hersh is convinced that the withdrawal of a number of countries from the North Atlantic Alliance is inevitable. “The question now is which country will leave NATO first? – summarizes the journalist.

The other day, the journalist appeared on the Rising program of the American political publication The Hill. On air, Hersh said he was convinced that next fall would be a “catastrophe” for Europe in terms of energy supplies and energy prices. The journalist pointed out that by ordering the closure of the pipelines, President Biden deprived the German government of the possibility of opening Nord Stream 2 and heating the citizens this winter and next winter. Hersh has always refused to reveal details about his anonymous CIA source, to whom he owed the sensational information.

At the same time, the journalist clarified that he has been spinning in this business for many decades and has managed to acquire trustworthy people “inside”. Moreover, according to the journalist, he would not “commit an act of suicide” by spreading false information.

It should be noted that Hersh did not think to publish his Nord Stream investigation in any of the major American publications, including the New York Times. The journalist was initially convinced that the newsrooms where he had previously worked would not appreciate a report compromising the current government. Therefore, he published his material on the independent portal Substack, which is not subject to censorship.

Previously, Hersh had refused to speak at a meeting of the UN Security Council to investigate the sabotage of pipelines in the Baltic. “I do not work with the official authorities, neither mine nor those of others,” he explained his decision. TASS. The journalist clarified that the taboo on public speaking does not imply exceptions, including for Congress. “I won’t go there even if they invite me,” the journalist concluded.

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