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Chicago Today | Siemens asks the Network to send songs for the «lonely» turbine of Nord Stream 1, and Gazprom proposes a "music playlist dedicated to The Turbine of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline, blocked in the company's factory in Germany."
by Cat on Fri Aug 19th, 2022 at 04:17:57 PM EST
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Siemens Germany joins Mossad and NSA to send sabotaged Siemens control-system SCADA to the Mullah Republic of Iran ... susceptible to the Israeli designed Stuxnet malware virus.

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Fri Aug 19th, 2022 at 05:16:29 PM EST
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See how "Siemens asks the Network" becomes "Gazprom proposes"? Who is to know whether the twitterati "ratio-ed" Siemans or Gazprom or that Gazprom contributed one song to Siemens' playlist, when Siemens deleted its twitter thread and G7 "de-platformed" KREMLIN-LINKED broadcasters?

VOLdemoRT got-jokes? memorial:

Siemens Energy has offered to create a playlist on the Spotify streaming platform for the Nord Stream gas turbine, which is stuck in Germany with international sanctions preventing its return to Russia.

"Our famous turbine is still not where it should be. It stands alone on our site in Mülheim an der Ruhr. Let's do the poor thing a favor and create a Spotify playlist," the company tweeted on Wednesday, proposing to start with the song 'So Lonely' by The Police.
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Russia's Gazprom has also joined in, advising Siemens to include the track 'Breaking the Law' by Judas Priest.

also-ran replies to @Siemens_Energy
• The Clash, 'Should I Stay or Go?'
• Queen, 'I want to break free'
• T.Rex, 'Life's a Gas'
• Limahl, 'Never Ending Story'
• Depeche Mode, 'Tired of Being Alone', 'Enjoy the Silence'
etc.
by Cat on Sat Aug 20th, 2022 at 04:46:02 PM EST
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