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Reichsbürger – Russian project to destabilize Germany

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Rusija ima razgranatu mrežu agenata u EU, koji se mogu koristiti za sveobuhvatnu destabilizaciju, a Putin ubrzano povećava prijetnje Europi. 

Pokušaj državnog udara u Njemačkoj koji se dogodio 7. prosinca klasičan je primjer hibridne agresije Ruske Federacije. Među 25 uhićenih osoba koje su planirale skinuti Scholza s vlasti bio je i ruski državljanin koji je bio u bliskim odnosima s Heinrichom Reissom, koji je de jure i de facto bio na čelu Reichsbürgera. Ta je organizacija dobila sredstva od Ruske Federacije: ako bi u Njemačkoj došlo do veće društveno-političke destabilizacije, cijela bi EU bila u sustavnoj krizi. Rusija izaziva hibridnu agresiju čak i nevojnim sredstvima, a to je velika prijetnja Zapadu.

On 7th December, the marginal political group Reichsbürger planned to carry out a coup d’état in Germany with the seizure of power and physical elimination of Olaf Scholz. Throughout Germany, members of this marginal party created 300 militant groups, which, in the event of a successful coup, would begin to carry out systematic terror against all authorities in the federal states of Germany. The German police and security forces conducted large-scale counter-terrorist measures almost all over Germany, hundreds of people involved in the plans of the Reichsbürger to destabilise the socio-political situation in Germany were arrested.

Russia is known for generously funding fringe parties and movements that it can use in the context of its foreign policy goals. Among the 25 people who were the ideological organisers of the attempted coup d’état of 7th December were Russian citizens, who acted as the link between the Kremlin and Reichsbürger. Germany is a key country and the first economy in the EU; moreover, Scholz is increasingly inclined to support Ukraine. German weapons, in particular the “Gepard” anti-aircraft system, are highly effective in countering Russian ballistic missiles. In these circumstances, Russia is planning options for hybrid aggression against the EU, including socio-political destabilisation.

Russia must be declared a terrorist state. Putin’s actions have long been devoid of common sense and they know no limits. He will stop at nothing to destabilise Europe, which he hates. The circumstances demand that Russia must be completely isolated, receive the maximum possible sanctions and be recognised as a terrorist state by the parliaments of Western countries.

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