The Sabotage EXCLUSIVE
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The sabotage campaign began when we launched Umkhonto, and continued until 1963. This period from 1961 to 1963, was a particular phase in the life of Umkhonto. This was because it was the first time that the liberation movement began to use violent methods. It is also a particular phase because after this, Umkhonto changed its approach to the armed struggle.
During this period of the sabotage campaign, the leaders of MK had two major tasks. The first was to set up MK structures. The second was to send comrades out of the country for military training and to bring them back.
In both Norway and Denmark, suspicious drone activity has been observed especially in areas with critical energy structures such as drilling rigs and other gas and oil installations. The Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF) released a statement, after a virtual meeting on the 3rd of October, condemning the sabotage and promising to take collective measures by increasing its maritime presence and intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance activities. The JEF also stated that the gathered information would be shared and ensured only to act complementary and in alignment with NATO as well as with investigation led by Denmark, Sweden, and Germany.
Former CIA Director John Brennan last Wednesday told CNN that Russia is the "most likely suspect" and the apparent sabotage was meant to "signal to Europe that Russia could reach beyond Ukraine's borders."
Andrea Kendall-Taylor, a former US senior intelligence officer who led strategic analysis on Russia for the National Intelligence Council from 2015 to 2018, told Insider she believes the leaks were a result of "intentional" sabotage "executed by Russia."
At once practical handbook, philosophical inquiry, and series of fables set in Putin's Russia, The Sabotage Manuals throws a wrench into the machinery of contemporary language, generating strange solidarities between saboteurs past and present. Sourced from political pamphlets and factory workers' diaries, Borjel's profound poem allows for the most expansive (and explosive) sense of sabotage.
Thousands of windows shattered in lower Manhattan and Jersey City. Shrapnel pock-marked the Statue of Liberty. Three men and a baby were killed by the explosive energy that erupted from this act of sabotage.
At dawn on 29 October 1980, a powerful blast breached the hull of the Libyan flagship Dat Assawari, docked for repairs in the Italian port of Genoa. The sabotage was claimed by the Maltese Nationalist Front; however, such a complex operation would have needed larger resources and military capabilities that very few countries could deploy in 1980.
These lectures sketch a new history and theory of sabotage, one attentive to just how alien the act of turning means against their ends is to inherited ideas of political engagement. Sabotage remains an unwelcome tool and an unknowable enemy, because it implies and extends a different and ultimately inhuman kind of familiarity. It is one that learns how to listen to cues given by the circuits, patterns, and mechanisms themselves, how to access the embedded knowledge and hostility of all those materials waiting to help ruin the brutal perpetuity of work, gender, empire, and time.
The only possible scenario is sabotage. "The two areas of the leaks are so far apart that natural phenomena can be safely ruled out," says Bloomberg energy columnist Javier Blas. "The same is true of ships dragging anchors or trawl nets, or a submarine that happens to collide. This is deliberate". The hypothesis of a technical failure is therefore ruled out.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen acknowledged that sabotage cannot be ruled out. "It is hard to imagine that it could be accidental," she said hours before describing the events as "deliberate actions, not an accident". Her Swedish counterpart, Magdalena Andersson, pointed in the same direction. Neither, however, wanted to point the finger of blame. Denmark and Sweden had earlier opened a joint investigation into the incident.
The leaks coincided with the inauguration of the new trans-Baltic pipeline, which connects Norway and Poland. The Danish Prime Minister attended Tuesday's opening ceremony for the project, which costs up to 350 million euros and will pump 3 million cubic metres of gas over the next 10 years. In Warsaw she met her Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki. The right-wing leader of Law and Justice (PiS), one of the most combative figures against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, said he did not know the details, but associated the alleged sabotage with the situation in the neighbouring country, where Zelenski's troops have been recovering ground to the east.
There is no doubt that this is sabotage. The question is who is behind it. It is not clear a priori who could have benefited from the damage to the two pipelines, given that neither was operational. It is true, on the other hand, that the Nord Stream 2 project generated controversy in the weeks leading up to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Meanwhile, Nord Stream 1 has been used by Moscow in recent months as a pressure tool to generate friction between the EU-27, always with the aim of lifting the sanctions imposed by Brussels.
"The sabotage has practically no practical effect: it neither interrupts maritime navigation nor prevents an already non-existent supply. It only makes sense as a message: 'We can damage your infrastructure whenever we want'," writes Nar Research consultant Daniel Iriarte on Twitter, adding that the sabotage sends a "very calculated" message: "If they had damaged Norwegian or Baltic gas pipelines in operation, it would be an act of war against NATO countries. By sabotaging a disused infrastructure, however, we are moving into a grey or hybrid zone, to which there is no clear response".
This hypothesis would point to the Kremlin as the instigator of the sabotage, although it is also unclear what Russia would gain by damaging its own facilities through which it could supply in the hypothetical future, beyond intimidating and generating some instability in the European Union and NATO space.
In any case, the Biden administration's national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, reported that the United States would support the Danish- and Swedish-led enquiries, and would continue its work to "safeguard Europe's energy security". State Department spokesman Ned Price described the events as "apparent sabotage".
Orla Finch wants you to investigate who or what is destroying their crops at night. You have to gather at least 150 info points about the sabotage. After that, she indicates one of three groups must be responsible for the sabotage and your task is to find out which one.
On October 30, 1939, a series of 153 awards in the so-called Sabotage Claims against Germany was handed down by the Mixed Claims Commission under the Agreement of August 10, 1922, between the United States and Germany. These awards were made pursuant to the decision of the Commission rendered on June 15, 1939, and the order entered the same day, which held that German sabotage agents in this country were responsible for the destruction of the Black Tom Terminal on the night of July 29,1916, and the Kingsland Plant on January 11, 1917, and that Germany was liable for the damages resulting from these destructions. After the pleadings had been filed in 1927-1928, together with considerable evidence, and after the argument in Washington in April, 1929, and the reargument at The Hague in September, 1930, the Commission withdrew to Hamburg and rendered a decision dated October 16, 1930, dismissing all of the claims as not involving German responsibility. The Commission, however, found that the German Government had authorized a general campaign of sabotage in the United States during the period of neutrality and had sent men to this country for that purpose. The efforts of the American Agent in opposition to the German Agent to obtain a reconsideration of this decision resulted in several decisions of interest to the science of international law. The limited space permits only a summary discussion of the main questions.
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The German government turned to sabotage during World War I in an attempt to thwart U.S. trade with Europe. German agents working on U.S. soil targeted munitions factories and plants producing goods to be shipped to help the Allied troops on the battlefields of Europe. 2b1af7f3a8