A simple FSB formula: What is behind the coup attempt in Germany

15 December 2022, 02:09 PM
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Will the Germans see the light regarding their attitudes towards Russia after the uncovering of this unsuccessful coup attempt ?

If you remember the post-war period, during which leftist movements swept through all the Western countries of Europe, everywhere in these left movements came about, there were combat brigades. And an inseparable component of the work of the KGB/FSB has always been cloned political forces and units, or combat brigades. This was an inevitable development, and it is already becoming obvious that when left- or right-wing radical movements were supported (the scheme is simple – left-radical movements were supported in southern and central Europe, right-wing movements were supported in northern Europe) they necessarily had combat units. From my point of view, a certain role was as-signed at the moment when these political forces acquired political weight and had to come to power.

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Incidentally, this process began in early 2006, when the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party started developing as a key political force in eastern Germany (the post-Soviet part). AfD won 10% in the last elections to the Bundestag. It is no coincidence that certain extremist groups have appeared around this political force. This is a natural phenomenon. British experts have written about this since 2012. For some reason, at that time, unexpectedly for Great Britain (though now it is obvious), leftist movements became more active, and they began to be noticed in opinion polls.

Recall Montenegro, especially the Balkans. There, in almost all countries, these groups have been found for the last three or four years. They are very closely connected to the embassies by Russian FSB intelligence agents acting under diplomatic cover. Resources for activities are transferred to local agents through these schemes. Well, in order for them to quickly gain notice, they are provided with a right-wing or left-radical mood, depending on the political situation. Southern Europe tends to be more left-wing, Northern Europe more right-wing. This is the simple formula that has always been used by the KGB/FSB.

There is one more thing that has always been used by the KGB for the Middle East and the Arab states.

It is also very evident today, both where these forces are in power or where they are in opposition.

People ask me whether the Germans will see the light regarding their attitudes towards Russia after the uncovering of this unsuccessful coup attempt. My answer is thus: if in the coming years either the Poles, or the Lithuanians, or the Ukrainians do not come to the leadership of the pan-European security structures, then France, Italy, and individual Scandinavian states will not keep the situation under control. Even Ukrainian intelligence, starting in 2015, has recorded very unpleasant things. Just remember the situation in Czechia with the undermining of military arsenals. I'm not talking about the fact that the secret services of many European countries, including France, knew that Marine Le Pen was officially funded by Russia. But when such a political force is financed, which is now breathing down the back of the head of the leaders of the political movement, and at the same time the former head of the French foreign intelligence service hosts a weekly television program on Russia Today, it is obvious that the corruption schemes that Russia has used against the security services of Europe’s leading countries have been put upon the shoulder blades and the security services of Germany, the security services of France, and the security services of Italy.

And if there is a force in Europe today which can withstand these schemes, then it is surely the Baltic States and Poland. But Hungary is not on this list because the situation there is so polluted by Russian corruption that there is nothing to talk about in terms of this state’s national security.

If we return to the question of Brexit, then one of the reasons why the British took the position they did was an increase in Russian corruption among the European establishment and the national elites of European states. Therefore, the situation there is rather complicated.

There is no need to say that today Europe has worked out mechanisms for countering the attack of Russian corruption on national governments.

Europe is saved by NATO as a structure quite autonomous from national governments. Remember the idea of creating a so-called European national security structure, and where it came from. This was a plan pushed by either the French or the Germans. This situation is rather complicated.

It goes without saying that completely different approaches are needed at this stage. Because, based on an analysis of the situation in Europe over the past decade in terms of the penetration of Russian intelligence, it is difficult. There hasn't been a year gone by where three or four cases have not been recorded where FSB representatives tried to penetrate the top of pan-European government institutions, not to mention the national level. This is a case long practiced by KGB/FSB forces, and here Europe and national governments need to work hard to cleanse themselves of this infection.

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When we talk about such countries as Germany and France, and this has now become known, remember the failed conspiracies in Montenegro and in the Czechia. I'm not talking about the situation in Serbia or Hungary. This is quite annoying from a security point of view.

Why are the Baltic States standing aside? For they understand all the "honesty" of Russia. Having paid a hundredfold for various kinds of cooperation with Russia, they understand the situation. The Poles, as well. Those who do not understand put themselves in the same wagon as Hungarians, as the Montenegrins, as the Serbs, and so on. Hungarian Russian agents will break Europe.

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