Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
Il Governo tedesco ha fondati motivi per ritenere probabile una guerra civile in Germania.
Di conseguenza sta varando un’ordinanza che impone a tutti i cittadini di premunirsi con scorte di cibo ed acqua per due settimane.
Questa notizia è stata pubblicata sul Der Spiegel, Focus, Reuters, oltre alle altre testate, naturalmente.
«Upcoming Catastrophe – or Scaremongering for Police State? Germany Prepares for Civil War/War, Germany Readying Military for Internal Operations and Demanding Population to Store Emergency Food Supplies for 10 Days. ….
Predictable civil war between desperate German citizens who are unwilling to cede their old culture, religion, security, nation state, status as a white country to the manipulations of psychopatic Masons to create their one-world Agenda 21 with the deadly and mutilating blessings of Allahs Sharia. ….
Of course, there also is the civil war-potential between Muslim groups: In Denmark, an informant culture is developing in the Turkish foreign element: Turks are to report Gülen’s supporters to the Turkish Embassy – what ever that may lead to» [Fonte]
«Germany is on high terror alert following another round of attacks that have shocked the country leading Germany to urge citizens to stockpile resources for the first time since the Cold War»
«The German government plans to tell citizens to stockpile food and water in case of a catastrophic terror attack»
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Signori, state calmi.
Tutto è sotto controllo. Il Governo è all’opera. Immigrati islamici benevenuti!
Accogliete fraternamente gli immigrati islamici nelle vostre case: consegnate loro denari e gioielli di famiglia senza fiatare, porgete con garbo al terrorista il rasoio. Dopo che il terrorista islamico vi avrà sgozzati ed avrà violentato vostra moglie, le vostre figlie ed i vostri figli, avrete tre giorni di tempo per compilare in sette copie conformi autenticate da notaio il modulo Okw19 di richiesta danni, redatto in ognuna delle sue 167 pagine, da consegnarsi a mano alla Bundeskanzlerin Frau Merkel.
→ Reuters. 2016-08-22. Germany to tell people to stockpile food and water in case of attacks: FAS
For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the German government plans to tell citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reported on Sunday.
Germany is currently on high alert after two Islamist attacks and a shooting rampage by a mentally unstable teenager last month. Berlin announced measures earlier this month to spend considerably more on its police and security forces and to create a special unit to counter cyber crime and terrorism.
“The population will be obliged to hold an individual supply of food for ten days,” the newspaper quoted the government’s “Concept for Civil Defence” – which has been prepared by the Interior Ministry – as saying.
The paper said a parliamentary committee had originally commissioned the civil defense strategy in 2012.
A spokesman for the Interior Ministry said the plan would be discussed by the cabinet on Wednesday and presented by the minister that afternoon. He declined to give any details on the content.
People will be required to stockpile enough drinking water to last for five days, according to the plan, the paper said.
The 69-page report does not see an attack on Germany’s territory, which would require a conventional style of national defense, as likely.
However, the precautionary measures demand that people “prepare appropriately for a development that could threaten our existence and cannot be categorically ruled out in the future,” the paper cited the report as saying.
It also mentions the necessity of a reliable alarm system, better structural protection of buildings and more capacity in the health system, the paper said.
A further priority should be more support of the armed forces by civilians, it added.
Germany’s Defence Minister said earlier this month the country lay in the “crosshairs of terrorism” and pressed for plans for the military to train more closely with police in preparing for potential large-scale militant attacks.
→ Sputnik. 2016-08-22. Germany to Call for Stockpiling Food, Water Fearing Catastrophic Terror Strike
Germany is on high terror alert following another round of attacks that have shocked the country leading Germany to urge citizens to stockpile resources for the first time since the Cold War.
The German government plans to tell citizens to stockpile food and water in case of a catastrophic terror attack the Frankfurther Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reported on Sunday as the country finds itself in high alert after two Islamist attacks and a shooting rampage by a mentally unstable teenager last month. The country also has announced plans to allocate a considerable sum of additional resources to police and security forces to create a special cybercrime and terrorism unit.
In the shocking report, the newspaper quoted a report by the German Interior Minister, titled “Concept for Civil Defense” as saying that “the population will be obliged to hold an individual supply of food for ten days.”
A spokesman for the Interior Ministry noted that the plan is to be discussed by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cabinet on Wednesday before being presented by the minister that afternoon, but declined to provide additional comment on the matter.
According to the plan, the German people are called upon to stockpile enough drinking water to last for five days as a precautionary measure against the scourge of Islamic terrorism.
People should “prepare appropriately for a development that could threaten our existence and cannot be categorically ruled out in the future,” the report states.
The disturbing call for civilian resource stockpiling comes on the heels of the German Defense Minister saying earlier this month that Germany now finds itself in the “crosshairs of terrorism” before calling on the security forces to train closely with police to prepare for a large-scale terror strike.
The demand upon the German people to stockpile resources has not been traced, per the German government, to any explicitly known catastrophic terror threat that would compromise the civilian infrastructure for a period of one week or longer but will certainly be used as ammunition by opponents to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open door policy regarding Syrian refugees.
In 2015 alone, Germany welcomed more than 1 million refugees, primarily those fleeing the Syrian war zone, and have seen as much of Europe a corresponding increase in the number of terror attacks. Links to the migration of populations have not been established at an empirical level, with a fair number of attacks being committed by long-time European residents but the public’s tolerance of the growing Islamic minority has been drilled down by the growing frequency of terror acts.
Merkel’s favorability rating has dipped to historically low levels with an April poll finding that 65% of the German people were upset with her open door immigration policy while only 34% approved.
→ Focus. 2016-08-22.
Die deutsche Bevölkerung soll sich im Katastrophenfall selbst versorgen können, zumindest wenn es nach der Bundesregierung geht.
Mit dem sogenannten Zivilverteidigungskonzept, dem ersten Vorstoß in diese Richtung seit dem Mauerfall im Jahr 1989, sollen die Bürgerinnen und Bürger wieder zur Vorratshaltung animiert werden. Das berichtet die “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung”.
„Die Bevölkerung wird angehalten, einen individuellen Vorrat an Lebensmitteln von zehn Tagen vorzuhalten“, heißt es in der „Konzeption zivile Verteidigung“, die am kommenden Mittwoch vom Kabinett beschlossen werden soll. Neben einem angemessenen Vorrat an Trinkwasser, rund 10 Liter pro Person, sollen auch Lebensmittel, Energie und Bargeld bereitgehalten werden.
Ein Angriff auf das Territorium der Bundesrepublik, der eine konventionelle Verteidigung erfordere, sei jedoch unwahrscheinlich, heißt es in dem 69 Seiten langen Konzept. Nichtsdestotrotz gelte es, sich auf eine “nicht grundsätzlich auszuschließende existenzbedrohende Entwicklung angemessen vorzubereiten”, so die Bundesregierung.
→ Spiegel. 2016-08-22. Katastrophenfall: Bundesregierung will Bevölkerung zu Hamsterkäufen raten
Zum ersten Mal seit 1989 will die Bundesregierung einem Bericht zufolge dazu raten, Vorräte anzulegen. Die Bevölkerung soll sich bei Angriffen oder Katastrophen selbst mit Essen und Wasser versorgen können.
“Die Bevölkerung wird angehalten, einen individuellen Vorrat an Lebensmitteln von zehn Tagen vorzuhalten”, zitiert die “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung” aus einem Konzept für die zivile Verteidigung, das die Regierung am Mittwoch beschließen wolle.
Bundesinnenminister Thomas de Maizière (CDU) werde die Pläne nach der Kabinettssitzung auch der Öffentlichkeit vorstellen, sagte ein Ministeriumssprecher am Sonntag. Über Inhalte des Konzepts machte er keine Angaben.
Dem “FAS”-Bericht zufolge soll die Bevölkerung im Notfall zum Selbstschutz fähig sein, bevor staatliche Maßnahmen anlaufen, um eine ausreichende Versorgung mit Lebensmitteln, Wasser, Energie und Bargeld sicherzustellen. Daher solle die Bevölkerung auch angehalten werden, zur Erstversorgung für einen Zeitraum von fünf Tagen je zwei Liter Trinkwasser pro Person und Tag vorzuhalten, heiße es in dem vom Bundesinnenministerium erarbeiteten Text.
Laut “FAS” handelt es sich um die erste Strategie zur zivilen Verteidigung seit dem Ende des Kalten Krieges 1989. Sie war 2012 vom Haushaltsausschuss des Bundestages in Auftrag gegeben worden. In dem 69 Seiten langen Konzept heiße es, “dass ein Angriff auf das Territorium Deutschlands, der eine konventionelle Landesverteidigung erfordert, unwahrscheinlich” sei. Dennoch sei es nötig, “sich trotzdem auf eine solche, für die Zukunft nicht grundsätzlich auszuschließende existenzbedrohende Entwicklung angemessen vorzubereiten”. Damit wird die Bedrohungslage wie im Weißbuch der Bundeswehr dargestellt.
Laut “FAS” heißt es in dem Konzept zur zivilen Verteidigung, dass sogenannte “hybride Konflikte”, bei denen ein Gegner etwa Computerviren oder Sabotage einsetzt, als größte Gefahr gelten würden. Solche Angriffe könnten schwere Schäden anrichten – und sie könnten mit konventionellen und Massenvernichtungswaffen kombiniert werden, wenn ein Konflikt eskaliert. Mit diesen Annahmen wird auch bei der Nato geplant. Deshalb hätten sich beim jüngsten Sicherheitsgipfel in Warschau die Mitgliedstaaten dazu verpflichtet, ihre zivile Widerstandskraft gegen unkonventionelle Bedrohungen zu stärken, heißt es in der Zeitung.
Wie die “FAS” weiter schreibt, fordern die Autoren des geplanten Zivilverteidigungskonzeptes “einen offenen gesellschaftlichen Diskurs” über das erforderliche Schutzniveau und die Bereitschaft der Bürger, Risiken hinzunehmen.
→ Rusi. 2016-08-22. What the Recent Violent Attacks Mean for Germany
Germany’s interior minister Thomas de Maizière is set to announce new measures aimed at curbing terrorism after the Islamic State claimed two attacks in the country last month. Some may make a real difference, but many are intended to address the growing debate about the country’s immigration stance.
According to local media reports, the new measures will allow the deportation of migrants for being a threat to public security, speed up the deportation process of migrants convicted of crimes, and allow doctors to break the confidentiality agreement with a patient if they think they could be a risk for launching a terror attack. The recent attacks in the German cities of Würzburg, Munich, Reutlingen and Ansbach (three of which have been committed by migrants) have shaken Germany to the core, while simultaneously increasing the politically polarised debate that has simmered since Chancellor Angela Merkel decided to welcome hundreds of thousands of refugees into the country in 2015.
Some of the many questions that have followed from the recent wave of attacks are whether they are indeed fuelled by the ‘refugee crisis’, either partly as the result of an administration crisis rather than increased numbers of migrants, or whether the current climate of public alert about attacks has encouraged people with mental illness to gain notoriety by carrying out their own attacks. The attraction for mentally unstable people to gain global attention and paralyse whole cities is immense, whether they sympathise with Daesh or Norway’s Anders Behring Breivik or a different ideology. Similarities between current events and the Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who killed 150 people and himself by crashing into the Alps, are apparent. The possibilities of a ‘Werther-effect’, a spike of emulation suicides, should not be underestimated, as research has shown that following detailed reports of gun rampages there is often an increase in copycat crimes.
An article in July on Politico.eu presented a timeline of the attacks on Germany:
– 18 July: Ax-wielding teenage asylum seeker from Afghanistan shot dead after injuring five people in an attack on a train. ISIL claimed responsibility for the attack.
– 22 July: German-Iranian teenager goes on a shooting rampage in Munich, killing nine people, before shooting himself. He is said to have been obsessed with school shootings.
– 24 July: Syrian asylum seeker arrested in Reutlingen after allegedly killing a Polish woman with a machete and injuring two other people. Police suggest it was a “crime of passion.”
– 24 July: Failed Syrian asylum seeker blows himself up outside a music festival in Ansbach, injuring 15 people.
But what becomes evident is that these events are too complex to be simply listed. On the one hand, there are positive and encouraging examples of people like Aiham Shalghin, a Syrian law student and pool attendant, who are driving active integration work in Tübingen, but on the other, there are cases like those in Ansbach and Cologne, where people who came to Germany as refugees have committed crimes.
Yet neither of these negative examples allows us to draw conclusions as to the rights or wrongs of the German decision to take in large numbers of refugees since last summer, because, among them, there is, of course, every part of the mosaic of people.
Still, examples like these reveal the origins of the polarisation in German society. On one side are the supporters of Chancellor Merkel’s Willkommenskultur, the culture of hospitality, and on the other are the supporters of the angry far right, who feel that their opinions and grievances are being ignored. Recent events have not only highlighted the feelings of insecurity among many Germans who already believe that not only their homeland but even their traditional holiday destinations such as Turkey are no longer safe, but they have also boosted the stance of the far right who are now able to argue that Chancellor Merkel’s policies are responsible for the crisis of insecurity that has been brought upon Germany.
For the moment, it is essential for Chancellor Merkel to unify the nation and bring those who feel ignored by the political establishment back on board. This is necessary not only to secure her continued political primacy, with elections due next year, but also to prevent the far right from exploiting these sentiments further in their populist politics. The current crisis seems to emphasise Merkel’s weak side. In her response to the wave of attacks, Merkel defended her position and her refugee policies and fended off those who criticise her for staying silent. What she said is hardly a vision to carry Germany forward, although one conclusion is clear: the refugee crisis and how its challenges are dealt with will be emblematic of Merkel’s entire chancellorship. Many of her closest advisers told her that she would not politically survive the decision to open the borders temporarily last year, a decision that has never been officially rescinded, although in practice it was when borders were closed. So far, Merkel has outlasted her critics by steering the German economy through the financial crisis, which has brought her much praise, but the current situation is making different demands, and it remains unclear if she has the ability to capture people’s hearts.
Merkel has always convinced the electorate with her image as a technocratic rational politician; her decision to open the borders seemed very atypical, since it appeared to be led by feelings and emotion. Strongly criticised by her own party for that decision, Merkel is not the only political leader going against their own support base. Sahra Wagenkrecht, star of the left-wing party Die Linke, left her party base mortified when she announced after the attack in Ansbach that ‘now the state has to do everything to make people feel safe again’ and that ‘the immigration of refugees creates many more problems than Merkel’s “We Can Do It” attitude last autumn was suggesting’. Although many presume that Wagenknecht’s statements are based on political calculations, the irony of party leaders agreeing with the opposition against their own party line cannot be overlooked.
Maybe it would help if Merkel were to admit in public that it was a mistake to invite into Germany everyone who could make it, for such an admission may bring her closer to how many people feel. Still, her ‘We Can Do It’ attitude is needed, and upholding it should not be interpreted as underplaying the threat of terrorism facing Germany. Over the last few decades Germany has become more liberal and tolerant than ever, and the supporters of this Germany are paramount in this moment of insecurity. To speak up, not to be intimidated by the threat of terrorism, and to face the challenges of today, rather than be seduced by dark thoughts of a darker past.