“Bad” Russian gas went through the “insidious” Nord Stream pipeline, while a sea tanker with “good” liquefied gas was stuck in a traffic jam near the blocked Suez Canal. Political scientist, author and host of the Iron Logic program Dmitry Mikheev discussed the attitude towards Russia and its growing influence in the world on the air of Vesti FM radio.
“When a good taknker with good liquefied gas stood in a traffic jam, bad Russian gas went through a bad pipeline, penetrating into Europe viciously and insidiously,” Mikheev argued ironically.
This is how the political scientist reacted to the news that the jam in the Suez Canal affected the European gas market, showing another competitive advantage of the Russian gas pipeline compared to sea supplies of liquefied gas.
Commenting on an article in the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter, Mikheev expressed doubts about the mental health of the authors of this article.
“This can be written either by a sick person with paranoia, who has a paranoid hatred of Russia, or an outright falsifier and manipulator,” concluded Mikheev.
The expert noted that perhaps the mainstream media also lacks the version that the traffic jam in the Suez Canal was arranged by Russia.