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Russia Employs ‘Ghost Ships’ to Plot International Sabotage


As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to fail miserably, the Kremlin is examining each and every option available to them in terms of keeping the Western World from pouncing.

This is undoubtedly the weakest that Russia has ever looked on the world’s stage, with many suggesting that the mythos of their military might has been effectively shattered.  Now, in what appears to be an attempt to plot abject chaos, Russian “ghost” ships are secretly spying on some rather large and important pieces of international infrastructure.

Russia is using ‘ghost’ spy ships that are disguised as fishing trawlers off the UK coast to map out wind farms and communication cables for sabotage attacks in case it goes to war with the West, a probe has claimed.

The fleet of Russian ships, disguised as fishing trawlers and research vessels, are sailing through the North Sea to collect data on where wind farms, gas pipelines as well as power and internet cables are located, it has been claimed.

The vessels carry underwater surveillance to map out how the infrastructure is connected with the aim to plan sabotage attacks against the West, a documentary aired by public broadcasters in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland has claimed.

The purpose of the surveillance was rather frightening.

Russia is aiming to plan the sabotage attacks in case it goes to war with the West, with their goal being to paralyse the power supply in Europe, intelligence sources warned.

‘In the event of a conflict with the West, they are ready and know where to intervene if they want to paralyse the Danish society,’ counterintelligence chief Anders Henriksen from the Danish Police Intelligence Service told Denmark’s DR.

Russia’s desperation in Ukraine has forced the Kremlin into using ever more nefarious tactics, lending some serious credence to the idea that they would stoop low enough to terrorize the international community in such a way.

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