Berlin: – A shocking conspiracy, to assassinate the eminent leaders in Germany, by taking advantage of a likely collapse of the civil administration, as a consequence of the German governmental fall, has been exposed. An underground network, which follows the far-right ideology has hatched the plot. Commandos and former personnel from the German military are believed to be a part of the conspiracy. A news report from Focus, the German weekly informs of the plot.
The German police exposed the plot which specifies a certain ‘Day X’. Some have foretold of a state of anarchy arising after the fall of the German government and this day would be referred to as the ‘Day X’. As per the German weekly, the plot envisages taking advantage of the situation due to anarchy in the country, so as to kidnap prominent leaders, take them to a secret place and carry out a mass execution.
The German agencies have their hands upon credible evidence regarding the plot, and the German left-wing politician Dietmar Bartsch is enlisted as one of the targets. The plot is claimed to have been hatched by an underground network of members coming together from various far-right groups. However, the name of the network has not been revealed. The inclusion of the commandos from a ‘Special Operations Unit’ known as the KSK as members of the network, has created a sensation.
Apart from the active commandos, former military and security agency officials were also found to be a part of the network. This Network has amassed a large stock of arms in independent warehouses and has made provisions for places that could store fuel in significant quantities. The article in the weekly, claims the information of the network was dispensed by an undercover officer from the German intelligence.
Since the last few years, the influence of the right-wing groups in Germany seems to be rising. The German population is reportedly turning in favour of the right-wing ideology since the German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced the immigrant policies. Besides the right-wing, the followers of German Dictator Adolf Hitler’s Nazi ideology is also revealed to be on the rise.
The right-wing parties have begun deterring the established German political parties, on political as well as social levels. The election results over the last one year and the increasing response received by the anti-immigrant demonstrations well underlines this fact. Therefore, the established German political parties are making frantic efforts to turn the citizens on their side.
Under such circumstances, reports that link such right-wing groups to the anti-national activities being accused of plots leading to anarchy gains significance.