‘Many have responded with a mixture of surprise, shock and horror to the “Civil Defence Concept” (KZV) officially presented by German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière on Wednesday. Extending over 69 pages, it details a series of measures to prepare the population for a war.
“One must pause for breath after reading these 69 pages,” wrote the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on Monday in a preliminary report on the document, noting that it dealt with issues one would rather suppress.
“How to be protected against attacks using biological or chemical weapons? How will the population be taken to safety if a radioactive cloud spreads? Where will the federal government hide if an attack is threatened? Where will cultural treasures be stored in the case of war? How can men and women be made to report for work in ‘sectors vital to life and defence?’”’
David Icke – You Are Watching A Movie – Called World War III
‘Regime Change” in Syria is the ultimate objective, coupled with the US-Turkey-NATO invasion and military occupation of Northern Syria.
The end goal is the installation of an Islamic State. Ultimately what is contemplated is the conquest of the entire country and the surrender of the Damascus government.
French President Francois Hollande calls for the “neutralization” of Syria’s president Assad as “a precondition for peace”:
“We must reduce the terrorist influence without maintaining Assad. The two are bound up together,”
We must create a political transition in Syria, it’s a necessity.’
‘“You can’t simply deal with ISIS and not deal with Assad,” Prince Turki al-Faisal told CBS News on Thursday.
The former ambassador to the United States said “if the need” for US ground troops arises in the effort to depose al-Assad he “hopes the president will change his mind.”
Asked if Saudi Arabia would send ground troops, al-Faisal said no way.’
‘With the humanitarian situation in Yemen growing ever more gruesome amid the bombing campaign by Saudi-led coalition, the Red Cross tells RT it had to provide the country with morgues as it is unable to deal with the influx of the dead and the wounded.
“In many cases you had several bodies stuffed on one shelf, in one morgue unit, so the situation was not sustainable, the hospitals asked for our support, and we decided to donate morgues, which is something that we rarely do,” Rima Kamal, Yemen-based spokeswoman for the Red Cross told RT, noting that it’s not in the usual Red Cross practice to deal with morgues, as their field of work mostly focuses on providing food, water and healthcare.’
Police are under fire over a “ Rotherham style ” abuse scandal in a town dubbed the child sex capital of Britain.
Officers are accused of taking too long to probe allegations contained in files stretching to 150 pages.
It is claimed reports of grooming in Telford, Shrops, were logged incorrectly and not taken seriously enough despite an earlier probe that led to seven men being jailed in 2012.
Theresa May has ordered every Cabinet minister to come up with a personal blueprint for Brexit amid concerns that civil servants are trying to frustrate Britain’s departure from the European Union.
The Prime Minister will demand action plans from each colleague about how their department can make Brexit work at a meeting at Chequers, her country retreat, this week.