By Davide Donateo
I want to begin by clarifying that in this case, I do not have access to privileged information. The conclusions I am about to share are based solely on my experience, public news, and publicly accessible sources. So, there is no reason for the reader to attribute this information to secret or hidden sources, as it comes directly from my analysis.
However, in recent days, during a meeting between peace advocates and influential international actors in the field of geopolitics, there has been a growing tension. This tension has been fueled by the concern that, if Ukraine does not agree to a peace proposal or, at the very least, a de-escalation of the conflict, significant events may occur in the Black Sea.
Certainly, at this moment, a dangerous game of accusation and suspicion is underway, revolving around the hypothesis of a possible “false flag” operation. On one hand, British intelligence advanced the idea last week, publishing an alarming report, that the Russians may be behind a “false flag” operation in the Black Sea, suggesting that they could deploy sea mines against civilian ships and falsely attribute the responsibility for the attacks to Ukraine. According to the British report, this move could increase pressure on the Ukrainian economy.
On the other hand, it is interesting to note that the Russians, in turn, seem to harbor suspicions of a possible “false flag” operation orchestrated by the United States during Operation Sea Breeze 23.3 in the Black Sea. This suggests that both sides are considering the possibility that the other side may seek to use a provocative event to justify further military actions or to blame the enemy.
Already in July of last year, the U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) reported warnings from the United States that Russia could use sea mines to blow up a ship and attribute the attack to Ukraine. Ambassador Michael Carpenter at the time stated that Russia could use such an incident, known as a false flag attack, to justify further attacks on civilian ships in the Black Sea.
Two warning signals, one from British intelligence and the other from the United States, shed light on the situation in the Black Sea. Considering the modus operandi of intelligence agencies from these countries (serial deceivers), we could conclude that their warnings may conceal exactly the opposite of what is officially stated.
Currently, there is an ongoing military operation in the Black Sea, specifically a naval exercise scheduled from September 11th to September 15th, “Sea Breeze 23.3.” A multinational naval exercise that took place precisely in Constanta, Romania. This exercise involved military personnel and naval forces from various countries, including the United States, Romania, Ukraine, Bulgaria, France, Great Britain, and Turkey.
Concerns arise that this exercise could be used as cover for a “false flag” event orchestrated by the United States. To support this concern, I refer to past events such as the Nord Stream pipeline incident during Operation BALTOPS, where the U.S. Navy was accused of placing explosives on the pipeline and then blowing up the Nord Stream pipeline. This had serious consequences for the German industry and significantly weakened Germany.
Throughout history, false flags have often been used by the United States to maintain their power, conceal evidence, or justify military actions. These tactics have also been used to bypass constitutional limitations in times of crisis and initiate military conflicts by blaming the enemy.
Operation Sea Breeze 23 may have been used to provoke Russia or justify an attack by the United States. It is not difficult for me to even hypothesize the possibility that the United States, if necessary, may launch a nuclear attack on its own naval assets in the Black Sea, blaming Russia for such an attack as a pretext for a nuclear war.
To cover up an orchestrated attack from the West, it is not even out of the question that such an event could take place using Russian materials to prevent the identification of the origin of a potential nuclear device through the analysis of radioactive isotopes.
We must remain extremely vigilant. In the event that (and especially IF) something erupts, whether it is a nuclear conflict or otherwise, it will mark the beginning of World War III.
Article by Davide Donateo – Publisher at News Academy Italia – Intelligence For Freedom