'''Germans Told To Build Home-made Bomb Shelters For Staged Planned World War With Russia''' Reader 01/29/2024 (Mon) 00:56 Id: cd3619 No.22009 del
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Germans Told To Build Home-made Bomb Shelters For Staged Planned World War With Russia

Germans will be expected to turn their homes into bomb shelters if a major war breaks out in Europe, newspaper Bild reported on Saturday, citing a draft document from the Defense Ministry.

According to the report, the ministry is set to complete work on the classified ‘Operational Plan’ (OPLAN) by April. The draft envisions Germany as a “transit country” crucial for the delivery of weapons and equipment, rather than a state with an active frontline. For that reason soldiers would be tasked with securing key highways, railway stations and ports, Bild said.

At the same time, the government would have to rely on civilians to step in and cover some duties typically assigned to the military and police, including the protection of power plants (an obvious death trap to civilians because power plants are the FIRST TAKEN OUT during times of war!).

There are only 579 functional bomb shelters in Germany, so the plan reportedly sees citizens setting up their own shelters in places such as basements and garages. Bild quoted the head of the Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance, Ralph Tiesler, as saying that building new shelters is “no longer feasible” due to time constraints.

Defense Minister Boris Pistorius stated this month that Russia could attack a NATO country “within five to eight years.” He later somewhat adjusted his assessment, telling Bild on Friday, “At the moment, I don’t see any danger of a Russian attack on NATO territory or on any NATO partner-country.”

Russia has repeatedly accused NATO of fearmongering and stoking tensions in Europe.

So in 3 years the Biden regime and it's European vassal states fucked up Ukraine, the Middle East, the US and potentially Europe. The only shoe that hasn't dropped for some reason is Taiwan.