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Speak of the devil and he appears. German Reich 3.5:
“The Reichsbürger movement is made up of a number of small organizations and individuals, mainly in the states of Brandenburg, Mecklenburg, Western Pomerania and Bavaria. They do not accept the legality of the Federal Republic of Germany or any of its government authorities. The movement argues that the German constitution prior to World War II was never properly nullified and that the formation of the former West Germany in 1949, and now reunified Germany, was therefore never valid (Deutsche Welle News)
They apparently want the Fourth Reich, or maybe Reich 3.5, mentioned in our previous post, which was actually written yesterday. These individuals are mostly from East Germany, where Putin served as a Stasi agent and the plotters even had a Russian advisor.
According to DW: “the group had already started planning all of this in practice and the the intentions of this group were quite significant they really planned to putin place a coup and the ringleader of this group had already according to the prosecutors reached out for example to representatives of Russia here in Germany, because the group saw Russia as the one country who could help them negotiate this new order new government that they wanted to install in Germany and also given the size of this operation to dismantle this group it seems like the threat was quite significant” https://youtu.be/J7KPWsubzIo
“3000 police officers deployed in raids over plot to overthrow German government” DW News: https://youtu.be/u0g8YWux1mU
“Who’s behind the plot to overthrow the german government”, DW News https://youtu.be/J7KPWsubzIo
From DW News: “In a nationwide raid, 25 suspected members and supporters of a terrorist organization were arrested early Wednesday. Officials said the network, part of a wider right-wing movement, was already well established with a concrete plan to overthrow the German state by force and install a new government. Prosecutors identified the suspected ringleaders only as Heinrich XIII P. R. and Ruediger v. P., in line with German privacy rules. The news magazine Der Spiegel reported that the former was a well-known 71-vear-old member of a minor German noble family, while the latter was a 69-year-old former paratrooper.
According to prosecutors, Heinrich XIII P. R., who the group planned to install as the new leader of Germany, had made contact with Russian officials seeking to establish a new order in German once the Berlin government was overthrown. A Russian woman, Vitalia B, had allegedly given him help with this. The Russian embassy in Berlin denied having links to far-right terror groups.
A currently-serving soldier in the Bundeswehr’s Special Forces Command (KSK) as well as several Bundeswehr reservists are also among suspects in the case, a spokesperson for Germany’s Military Counterintelligence Service (MAD) told the PA news agency. A search was reported to have been carried out at the soldier’s home and his barracks office in the state of Baden-Württemberg.
The trigger for the raids was an investigation into another Reichsbürger group that had planned to kidnap German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach…
The group had targeted members of the Bundeswehr and police for their wanted to win their goals. It had formed a military arm” and a council presided over by Heinrich XIII P. R. To implement their plans the group’s members were prepared to use military means and violence against state representatives and were willing to kill to achieve their goals.
According to the investigators, the members of the group “followed a conglomerate of conspiracy myths consisting of narratives of the so-called ‘Reichsbürger’ as well as
The Reichsbürger movement is made up of a number of small organizations and individuals, mainly in the states of Brandenburg, Mecklenburg, Western Pomerania and Bavaria. They do not accept the legality of the Federal Republic of Germany or any of its government authorities. The movement argues that the German constitution prior to World War II was never properly nullified and that the formation of the former West Germany in 1949, and now reunified Germany, was therefore never valid…” https://youtu.be/J7KPWsubzIo